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Q: how did the kingdom of Ghana's location contribute to its development as a wealthy empire? A. Ghana's location allowed its military to easily raid trading centers on the Mediterranean coast.
B. Ghana's location allowed its people to develop slave trading routes along the Atlantic coast. C. Ghana's location allowed its merchants to easily control trade along the Gambia River. D. Ghana's location allowed its rulers to control the Saharan trade in gold and salt.
A: A. Ghana's location allowed its military to easily raid trading centers on the Mediterranean coast.
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User: how did the kingdom of Ghana's location contribute to its development as a wealthy empire? A. Ghana's location allowed its military to easily raid trading centers on the Mediterranean coast. B. Ghana's location allowed its people to develop slave trading routes along the Atlantic coast. C. Ghana's location allowed its merchants to easily control trade along the Gambia River. D. Ghana's location allowed its rulers to control the Saharan trade in gold and salt.

Weegy: A. Ghana's location allowed its military to easily raid trading centers on the Mediterranean coast.
Expert answered|thewolf010|Points 65|

User: The Great Rift Valley in East Africa is currently being shaped by A. the spreading of the earth's crust along an oceanic trench. B. continental plates that are pulling away from one another. C. continental plates that have collided with one another. D. fault lines that are causing violent earthquakes.

Weegy: B. continental plates that are pulling away from one another
Expert answered|thewolf010|Points 65|

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