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Which of the following posed a threat to the Safavid, and Mughal Empires? A. Asia B. France C. England D. Afghanistan
The Sikhs posed a threat. They are from the Punjab region in Asia.
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User: Which of the following posed a threat to the Safavid, and Mughal Empires? A. Asia B. France C. England D. Afghanistan

Weegy: The Sikhs posed a threat. They are from the Punjab region in Asia.
MABOO11|Points 655|

User: Which empire was the world's biggest exporter of guns in the 17th century? A. Yuan dynasty B. Songhai Empire C. Ottoman Empire D. Byzantine Empire

Weegy: c
mjane25|Points 746|

User: How did gunpowder technology affect politics in the Ottoman Empire? A. The resources needed to supply and use the weapons resulted in a greater centralization of government. B. The weapons allowed for armed rebellions of the lower classes, which resulted in a unstable government. C. Neighboring empires quickly outpaced the Ottoman Empire in gunpowder technology and swiftly overran the empire. D. The weapons did not coincide with Islamic teachings, which caused friction between religious leaders and political rulers.

Weegy: A. The resources needed to supply and use the weapons resulted in a greater centralization of government.
jerryjoseph002|Points 1502|

User: Which ruler of the Ottoman Empire ruled from 1520 to 1526, revised many law codes and continued the expansion of the Ottoman Empire throughout Asia and Europe? A. Selim I B. Ibrahim C. Osman I D. Suleyman

Weegy: D. Suleyman
jerryjoseph002|Points 1502|

User: By the 17th century which European nation was most successful at exerting control over Southeast Asia? A. England B. France C. Portugal D. the Netherlands

Weegy: A. England
jerryjoseph002|Points 1502|

User: Which two nations turned to policies of isolation by the 17th century? A. India and Java B. China and Japan C. Portugal and Spain D. the Netherlands and Safavid Persia

Weegy: C. Portugal and Spain
josh_josue|Points 265|

User: What was a main goal of Portugal, in terms of increasing trade within the Indian Ocean basin? A. to forge military alliances with important empires B. to secure a pathway to trade within the Indian monopoly over trade in the region C. to capture bases and forts in order to exert increasing influence over the region D. to forge economic alliances with local traders in order to establish peaceful relations

Weegy: b
mjane25|Points 746|

User: Which of the following was NOT a main trade zone of the Indian Ocean Basin? A. Arab zone B. Indian zone C. African zone D. Chinese zone

Weegy: Chinese zone
Expert answered|yestfl|Points 738|

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