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What statement best describes the significance of the settlement of Cape Town? (1 point) It was an area rich in the spices that Europeans wanted. It was the first place Europeans traded slaves in
Africa. It was the first Portuguese settlement built in Africa. It was the first permanent European settlement in Africa.
What statement best describes the significance of the settlement of Cape Town? C. It was the first permanent European settlement in Africa.
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User: What statement best describes the significance of the settlement of Cape Town? (1 point) It was an area rich in the spices that Europeans wanted. It was the first place Europeans traded slaves in Africa. It was the first Portuguese settlement built in Africa. It was the first permanent European settlement in Africa.

Weegy: What statement best describes the significance of the settlement of Cape Town? C. It was the first permanent European settlement in Africa.
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User: In the early 1500s, what method did Afonso de Albuquerque use to establish Portuguese outposts in India? (1 point) He drove Dutch traders from key coastal towns. He burned coastal towns and destroyed Arab fleets. He pitted Indian princes against one another. He allied himself with the Dutch East India Company.

Weegy: The answer is C. He burned coastal towns and destroyed Arab fleets..
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User: When the Mughal empire weakened, British and French armies fought for power in India with the help of Indian troops known as (1 point) Boers. rajahs. sepoys. Gurkhas.

Weegy: When the Mughal Empire weakened, British and French armies fought for power in India with the help of Indian troops known as SEPOYS.
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User: How did the Chinese economy fare under the Qing dynasty? (1 point) Internal markets declined due to widespread civil war. Internal markets declined due to widespread famine. The economy boomed due to expanding trade with Europe. Farm output increased and Chinese industry expanded.

Weegy: The Chinese economy fare under the Qing dynasty: D. Farm output increased and Chinese industry expanded.
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User: Why did Japanese shoguns turn against foreign traders in the mid-1500s? (1 point) The pope declared his plans to make Japan a Christian nation. A British diplomatic mission insulted the Tokugawa shoguns. Japan saw foreigners as a threat after Spain seized the Philippines. Japan saw foreigners as a threat after the Dutch seized Malacca.





Weegy: The Japanese shoguns turned against foreign traders in the mid-1500s because Japan saw foreigners as a threat after Spain seized the Philippines. [ ]
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