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Q: Which group was the first to unify much of Mesopotamia and create a true empire? A. Egyptians B. Akkiadians C. Sumerians D.
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A: Akkiadians were the first to unify much of Mesopotamia and create a true empire.
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User: Which group was the first to unify much of Mesopotamia and create a true empire? A. Egyptians B. Akkiadians C. Sumerians D. Eridu

Weegy: C.Sumerians
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-8(5b - 2) = -40b + 16
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