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Which option accurately describes the impact the Columbian Exchange had on the indigenous people of the Americas?

A. The Columbian Exchange enabled the trade of the coca plant, which was later made into an early form of cocaine.

B. Europeans brought disease in the form of germs that infected the indigenous people of the Caribbean.

C. Europeans brought rum and coffee to the Americas in exchange for bananas and papaya.

D. The Columbian Exchange was a barter system between European explorers and the indigenous people, who exchanged gold for Rum and Spices.

I believe its D

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  1. That's terribly wrong -- even for a wild guess.

    Please read your text.

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  2. is it B?

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  3. Idk why some of you guys are rude to Ms. Sue she has been on this site for 10+ years helping students with their homework for free. The only catch is that she won't let you cheat.

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  4. Its B :)

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