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How was the Atlantic slave trade different in the 1700s than it was in the 1800s? A. In the 1700s, more slaves from West Africa were sent to the Caribbean than to Asia. In the 1800s, about the same amount of slaves were sent from West Africa to both places. B. In the 1700s, more slaves from West Africa were sent to the Caribbean than to South America. In the 1800s, about the same amount of slaves were sent from West Africa to both places. C. In the 1700s, more slaves from West Africa were sent to the Caribbean than to North Africa. In the 1800s, about the same amount of slaves were s
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anonymous
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whats the rest of the last one?
anonymous
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I would say B, slave ships stop comming to america in 1808 and the civil war broke out in 1861 and no slave ships really went to Asia so by process of elimination i would choose B

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that sounds legit
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Which of these situations is an example of a diaspora? A. Many people from a country are forced out by a conquering nation and settle in communities scattered throughout the world. B. A family of four decides to migrate to another country, but they are unable to make a living there and eventually move back home. C. A group of people from one country establishes a colony in another country, and many people decide to move to the colony. D. Two countries agree to exchange half their populations in order to increase cultural diversity in certain communities.
anonymous
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dispora was for the jews living outside israel so i would choose A
anonymous
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A because disapora means jews living outside of isreal
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How did the Age of Exploration contribute to European involvement in the African slave trade? A. Europeans established trade routes to Asian kingdoms, which had a huge demand for slaves. B. Europeans came into contact with African slave traders while exploring the coast of Africa. C. Europeans determined that African slaves actually produced finer goods than Asian craftspeople. D. Europeans discovered the African slaves made excellent guides and servants on merchant ships.
anonymous
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B im pretty sure because a huge demand in slaves came up and slave traders were very much needed
anonymous
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dats ight
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How was the East African slave trade in the 1600s different from the Atlantic slave trade in the 1700s? A. The East African slave trade in the 1600s was organized by Christians, while the Atlantic slave trade in the 1700s was organized by Muslims. B. The East African slave trade in the 1600s was operated by Africans alone, while the Atlantic slave trade in the 1700s was operated by Europeans alone. C. The East African slave trade in the 1600s caused major disruptions to African society, while the Atlantic slave trade in the 1700s had few long-term social impacts. D. The East African slave trade in the 1600s operated within Africa, Europe, and Asia, while the Atlantic slave trade in the 1700s also included the Americas.
anonymous
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A im pretty sure i can do more research to check but i remember something along that line what do you think @corig
anonymous
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c
anonymous
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C
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How was the treatment of slaves different in West African cultures than in the Atlantic slave trade? A. In West African cultures, slaves were constantly whipped, while in the Atlantic slave trade, they were given more care. B. In West African cultures slaves were treated like people, while in the Atlantic slave trade they were treated like property. C. In West African cultures, slaves were considered the upper class, while in the Atlantic slave trade, they were the lower class. D. In West African cultures, slaves were allowed to eat with their masters, while in the Atlantic slave trade, they were not.
anonymous
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A i believe
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Which of these situations is an example of coerced labor? A. A shop owner pays people to work in her shop. B. A farmer forces people to work in the fields. C. A man picks his friend up at the airport as a favor. D. A student writes a paper for her college course.
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anonymous
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b
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How was the Portuguese colonial experience in Africa in the 1490s different from that of the Dutch in the 1650s? A. The Portuguese were met with legal action, while the Dutch were treated as honored guests. B. The Portuguese were met with complaints, while the Dutch were met with armed resistance. C. The Portuguese were met with cooperation, while the Dutch were met with threats of banishment. D. The Portuguese were met with hostility, while the Dutch were able to open trade relations.
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i know i am a jw and i beleive that too
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same here, a jw is a christian
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anonymous
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let me do some research real quick
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anonymous
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I would say D
anonymous
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same here
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Why did Europeans look to Africa for a source of labor to use in the Americas? A. European diseases wiped out much of the indigenous labor force. B. Africans were willing to work for lower wages than indigenous peoples were. C. Europeans already had earned the respect and trust of African laborers. D. Indigenous peoples' resistance made it impossible for Europeans to work with them.
anonymous
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D, many natives were always running away
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How was the Atlantic slave trade different in the 1400s and 1500s than it was in the 1600s? A. In the 1400s and 1500s, more slaves were sold to Asian countries than across the Atlantic. In the 1600s, more slaves were sold across the Atlantic. B. In the 1400s and 1500s, more slaves were sold to European countries than across the Atlantic. In the 1600s, more slaves were sold across the Atlantic. C. In the 1400s and 1500s, more slaves were sold between African countries than across the Atlantic. In the 1600s, more slaves were sold across the Atlantic. D. In the 1400s and 1500s, more slaves were sold to the Middle East than across the Atlantic. In the 1600s, more slaves were sold across the Atlantic.
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Why did many slaves die during the Middle Passage voyage from Africa to the Americas? A. Most of the slaves had no immunity to European diseases. B. Most of the slaves faced horrible conditions on the ships. C. Most of the slaves were very old by the time they began the voyage. D. Most of the slaves were sick when they were sold.
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b i say
anonymous
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yea thats right

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