Which accurately describes the experience of gold seeker traveling to the Klondike?

a. most gold seekers travel the whole distance by water b. about half of the gold seekers complete the journey to the Klondike*** c. all gold seeker were aided by the North-West Mountain d. nearly all gold seeker became incredible wealth from their findings

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*** - My Answer


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    Ms. Sue
  2. Thanks and I agree with ur answer i got it right.

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  3. 1. B
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    3. False

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    InMemoryOfStephanKarl is right. Thank yous!

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  5. thank you @kiwi and @InMemoryOfStephanKarl 100%

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  6. B

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    The Call of the Wild QC
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  10. ..........ok.......? Well any ways lexxy, kiwi, in memory, ruby, and Bobby Tarantino are all correct! thank you so much to those people!!!

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  11. Hey, I just wanted to say I've been coming to this website a lot, and I thank everyone for not dissing on Ms. Sue because of her not telling the answers, I just wanted to thank Ms. Sue for helping because we don't always just need the answer, we need to work our brains.

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    Is still correct in 2020!

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