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How did Ming emperors try to erase Mongol influence on China? Select all that apply.

A.
They restored the civil service system.

B.
They embraced foreign trade.

C.
They became suspicious of foreign visitors.

D.
They rejected Confucian values.

E.
They moved the capital to Hangzhou.

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  2. Sooooo is the answers A and B? That's what I got out of the text.

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  3. Yes

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  7. You spelled connexus wrong. It doesnt have that extra e u added at the end

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  8. A & B

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