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Why did Shi Huangdi tear down the walls of Chinese kingdoms?

A.
He needed building materials for the Great Wall.

B.
He wanted to ensure the nobles could not defend against him.

C.
The walls did not meet his standard specifications.

D.
He wanted the walls rebuilt with stronger materials.

I think it's B or C, but I'm leaning more towards B.

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  1. I agree with your answer of B.

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  2. Thank you !

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  3. It is not B, if you are from connexus, you need to either go back to the to china test review we did on kahoot.

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  4. this website is so helpful THANK YOU SO MUCH!!

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  5. Matthew Doyle what is the answer for connexus?

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  6. Oh hush “Mathew Doyle”

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  7. Vixen - Connexus b is correct

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