anonymous
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Which statement accurately contrasts the Ottoman and Safavid empires in the 16th century? A. Safavid rulers were Muslims who persecuted Hindus living within the empire, whereas Ottoman rulers practiced Sikhism, which shares some beliefs with both Hinduism and Islam. B. Safavid rulers believed that Muhammad's successor was his close friend Abu Bakr, whereas Ottoman rulers believed that Muhammad's successor was his son-in-law Ali. C. Ottoman rulers believed that Muhammad's successor was his close friend Abu Bakr, whereas Safavid rulers believed that Muhammad's successor was his son-in-law
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anonymous
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Ali D. Ottoman rulers were Muslims who persecuted Hindus living within the empire, whereas Safavid rulers practiced Sikhism, which shares some beliefs with both Hinduism and Islam.
anonymous
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ya, D
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anonymous
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okay, thank you so much
anonymous
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Which of these achievements was crucial to the Ottoman Turks' ability to capture Byzantine cities in the 15th century? A. Their mastery of gunpowder B. Their democratic form of government C. Their control of trade routes D. Their religious tolerance
anonymous
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do you know this one ? by chance
AloneS
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hey why this question is closed??
anonymous
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I am not sure ):
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let me see if i can help :P
anonymous
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that would be awesome !!
AloneS
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i belive it's a gun powder :)
anonymous
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You are awesome
anonymous
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i have two more if you wanna help(:
anonymous
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What was the relationship between Western Europe, East Asia, and the Ottoman Empire in the 16th century? A. European kings and Ottoman sultans defended one another from East Asian emperors. B. East Asian Muslims and Ottoman Muslims cooperated to convert European Christians. C. The Ottomans grew wealthy by taxing trade between Europe and East Asia. D. Armies from Europe and East Asia conquered large chunks of territory from the Ottomans.
wwhitlock
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Ottomans=Asia Minor, eastern Europe. Safavids=Persia, Hindus=India. Ottomans and Safavids are both Moslem, Hindus are, well, Hindu. None of them lived in Turkey or Iran. (Asia Minor and Persia) Any choice mentioning Hindus with Ottomans or Safavids is wrong. The Safavids were Sufi. Among other things they are different from other Muslems because they back the brother-in-law cousin of Mohammed not his friend. Ottomans are vice-versa. The Ottoman empire took control of trade routes after the Mongols. No more free trips on the Silk Road for Europe and the Byzantines. The Ottomans charged Europeans to get to China and other east Asia places. You didn't ask but, Europeans started being interested in sailing around Africa to avoid Ottomans taxes. And then, Columbus.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So leaning towards c?
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@wwhitlock
wwhitlock
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for the first one, yes
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