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Which accurately describes aspects of the Trans-Saharan Trade in the 1400s between Europe and Africa?

the trans-Saharan trade included slaves as a primary commodity, which slavery being permitted by Islamic practices

the trans-Saharan trade included copper, which was sold to Muslims along the silk road by European merchants

the trans-Saharan trade included tobacco and sugar, which were purchased by Europeans in exchange for steal weapons

the trans-Saharan trade included sought-after teas that Europeans purchased from the Sahelian kingdoms

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  1. No. The Sahel is north of the Sahara.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. B?

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  3. No. I checked two of your answers. Now you're on your own.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. Liar I thought your here to help

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  5. 499 posts later...does anyone else think "malia" needs a different schooling option?

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  6. bruh its the slaves

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  7. wow

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  8. Shes up to 687 now

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  9. so inappropriate, all of you

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  10. It's a.

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  11. Sam is right, the answer is A

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  12. Can you guys stop being childish?????

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  13. And here I thought there was only something with the teacher. Of course she can't keep her head on straight; she is being commented on by a bunch of seven year olds.

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  14. Considering Malia gets most of them correct the first time, maybe she's making sure she's correct which is a perfectly normal thing to do. Maybe actually look at the posts instead of just assuming!

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  15. I truly think that this all shouldn't be of any matter. Although, I do think that Ms. Sue does bring a bad attitude and should not bully students for getting wrong answers. They are allowed to make mistakes, just as any of us. Please take into consideration, Ms. Sue that you were once a student struggling to get answers right as well. Terribly sorry for intruding, have a nice day.

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  16. bru these post have me dead lol

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  17. This is funny as heck!

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  18. who know some of the funniest stuff would come from people fighting with each other on a website meant to find answer for test

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  19. This is so , but hilarious all at the same time.

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  20. Who else is thankful for Malia to post every question in World History from Primavera. I legit passed bc of her.

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  21. ms sue is a boomer

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  22. ok boomer

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  23. You guys are so rude to Malia. Not gonna lie shes the reason that I'm not failing world history.
    Thank you, Malia :)

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  24. Malia is the only reason my parents aren't completely disappointed in me.

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  25. Malia is insane no cap

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