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Which statement best describes the physical geography of Arabia and Iraq?

a. largely hot and dry with pockets of mountains and fertile river valleys

b. tropical, with equal parts rainforest and desert.

c. mountainous, with diverse terrain and climate based on altitude

d. generally flat and moderate with seasonal variations in precipitation

A

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    A
    B
    D
    B
    B

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    Lesson 3: Geography of Arabia and Iraq
    Social Studies 7 B Unit 2: Southwest Asia

    1:A
    2:B
    3:D
    4:B
    5:B
    Connexus 7 grade
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