World History

Which British colony became very valuable when gold and diamonds were discovered there?

1.) Cape Colony
2.) Suez
3.) Canada
4.) India

I think it’s Suez. Am I correct?

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asked by Kayla
  1. No. What does your text say?

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. I do not think so. I associate Suez with a greedy private water company and with a canal.

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    posted by Damon
  3. Where in Africa do gold and diamonds come from?

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  4. I can’t look back on my text because I’m completing a quiz. Can you attach a link I could read?

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  5. If your school doesn't want you to cheat, we are certainly not going to cheat for you.

    Do not reply to this post.

    If anyone posts the answer, both of you will be banned.

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  6. its cape colony

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