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Why did sugar plantations produce such high profits?

A.
Sugar cane was easy and cheap to grow.

B.
The colonial governors placed a high tax on sugar.

C.
Europe had a high demand for sugar, molasses, and rum.

D.
Spanish plantation owners sold tons of sugar to English colonists.

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  1. Suspect it was C

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  2. answers to check, not cheat with for the spanish empire quick check

    1. Europe had a high demand for sugar, molasses, and rum. (C)
    2. to convert, educate, and Europeanize natives (D)
    3. Creoles: owned ranches, owned mines
    Peninsulares: held highest postions in government, held highist postions in the catholic church.
    Neither of those worked on plantations

    for the Spanish Empire quick check.

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  3. the guy above me is 100 percent right

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  4. I just used that fellow’s answers, and yes they are correct, Thank you kind stranger.

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  5. Thanks @Anonymous I got 100% correct 💖✔

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