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That the tigris amd euphrates are in mesopotamia

and the nile river is in egypt

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    What do these rivers plus the Indus and Yellow Rivers have in common?

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    The answers to your questions and the implications of those answers should be readily available in your textbook or other course materials. You can also look these places and their significance up online.

    If you need help learning how to search, including how to choose good search terms, go here and scroll down to the links under HOW TO SEARCH THE INTERNET:
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    Thank you for your help =)

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    You're welcome. I'd really like to see your answer to make sure that you understand the question and have a good answer.

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    well the tigris and euphrates are in mesopotamia which today is known as iraq and syria and the valley of the nile in egypt, mesopotamia and egypt influenced early civilizations in western asia and northern africa among them were the hittites and the syro- plaestinian city states.

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    Thank you for posting your answer.

    You're heading the right direction -- but definitely need more information. You also need to delete the extraneous information.

    The Tigris, Euphrates, Nile, Yellow, and Indus Rivers all have fertile land around them. Ancient peoples first learned to farm in these regions. Because of annual flooding and irrigation systems, these people grew more food than they could get by their previous hunting-and-gathering economies. When people settled down to farm, not everyone was needed to supply food. Some people were then free to develop literature, laws, and government. These rivers were the centers of our earliest civilizations.

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