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What is one benefit of reservation life?

A.Schools on reservations are unusually good because of their small class sizes.

B.Native Americans can practice their traditions and culture with others who share them.

C.Most Native American reservations are in the center of major cities.

D.Native Americans have many opportunities to invest in new businesses.***

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  1. I actually think the answer is B. Could you explain why you said d?

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  2. I disagree with D. You need to read more about life on the rez:

    http://www.bing.com/search?q=life+on+an+indian+reservation&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=069325d12a3547529acba4bf2c40c2cb&pq=life%20on%20an%20indian%20reservation

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  3. whats the answer

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