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Mark the statement if it accurately describes Magellan’s expedition. A. The expedition was successful–it reached the Indies by sailing west. B. Magellan was killed when he tried to enslave the inhabitants of the Spice Islands. C. Magellan found a strait that led through the southern tip of South America, from the Atlantic to the Pacific. D. The expedition did not conduct trade along the way.
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anonymous
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The answer is A. The expedition was the first to successfully circumnavigate the globe. Magellan and his crew were not the first to try to do this, although they were the first to do it successfully. Hope this helps!
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