history 2.14

By about how much did the price of oil decline from 19:31-1932?

A~10 percent
B~ 19 percent
C~50 percent
D~90 percent

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asked by recah
  1. umm.. I don't know.

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    posted by oof
  2. Thanks for trying "oof".. :/

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    posted by recah
  3. DCA

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    posted by Vanna
  4. Thank you so much! But, nest time can you just help me instead of giving me the answers?

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    posted by recah
  5. You wouldn't have put them in if you didn't want the answers.

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    posted by Vanna
  6. What's your answer? I'd be glad to check it.

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    posted by EEEE

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