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10. All of the following statements about the Great Lakes and Mississippi River system are true except
a. they aided the growth of industry in the Midwest
b. they are still important trade routes today
c. cities connected by this transportation network are home to heavy manufacturing
d. they have helped the region become the nation's center of business and finance
D?


11. The province of Quebec has its strongest ties to the customs and culture of
a. Britian
b. US
c. France
d. Native American
C

Thanks
-MC

  • Geography -

    Both answers are right. :-)

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    Thanks :D
    -MC

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