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How did Southeast Asia’s geography contribute to the region’s economic development?

A.
Much of Southeast Asia is separated from the rest of Asia by high mountains, making it a difficult place to invade.

B.
Many Southeast Asian countries were positioned strategically along the Silk Road and therefore developed into trade centers.

C.
Some Southeast Asian countries commanded important waterways and controlled rich trade routes.

D.
Many Southeast Asian countries were easily accessible by monks and therefore adopted Buddhist culture. **

is this right

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  1. No.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. so then what is it i really need help

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  3. What does your text say?

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  4. it doesnt say anything about the effects it just says where everything is located

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  5. So where is Singapore and what do they do there?

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  6. Like maybe Google Singapore :)

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  7. And also Google
    "strait of malacca"
    I am a ship designer and get touchy about questions like this.

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  8. this isnt helping i just need the answer and explanation

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  9. Now really, do the Strait of Malacca Google and it will be clear. I am not here to answer for you but to show you how to find the answer.

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  10. so is it c

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  11. The Buddhist culture has nothing to do with economics.

    Are there a lot of mountains in southeast Asia?
    Is southeast Asia near the Silk Road?
    Are a lot of southeast Asia along waterways?

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    Ms. Sue
  12. yeah there are a lot of mountains and some waterways and the silk road but im still confused im just gonna go with c

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  13. Yes, C.

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  14. thank you ms sue and damon

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  15. You are welcome.

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  16. Now for extra credit, where is the silk road route (Google Marco Polo, outbound) ?

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  17. Note the huge differences between the Marco polo outbound routes and his return route. That is what this is all about.

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  18. I'm pretty sure that he didn't look it up.
    But thx for the answer.

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