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What effect did the oil industry have on the overall economy in Texas?

A. More oil rig workers gained employment

B. Fewer workers were hired

C. Oil related sectors of the economy grew

D. The boom and bust cycle ended

2. After the strikes at Spindletop which was the next regents of experience Oil strikes?

A. Galveston Bay

B. Panhandle

C. South-central

D. Southwest

3. What is the main purpose of the permanent university fund

A. To find K - 12 education

B. To provide support for high school students

C. To support research in education

D. To benefit higher education

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  1. We'll be glad to check your answers.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. 1.c
    2. b
    3.A
    That’s what I’m thing

    posted by Help please ? :))
  3. 1.c - yes
    2. b - I don't understand the question.
    3.A - no

    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. So is number 3 D ?

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  5. Yes, 3 D.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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