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Q: Which region of the Indian subcontinent is generally arid and unproductive for farming? A. The Western Ghats B. The Deccan plateau C. The
Gangetic Plain D. The Eastern Ghats
A: B. The Deccan plateau
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User: Which region of the Indian subcontinent is generally arid and unproductive for farming? A. The Western Ghats B. The Deccan plateau C. The Gangetic Plain D. The Eastern Ghats

Weegy: B. The Deccan plateau
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User: Which of the following is one of Buddhism’s Four Noble Truths? A. All life is full of suffering, pain, and sorrow. B. Before all, honor your father and your mother. C. Superior men and women understand righteousness. D. Nirvana may be reached through harsh self-denial.

Weegy: A: All life is full of suffering, pain, and sorrow.
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User: Cities of the Maya are especially well known for their huge stone temples and palaces. A. True B. False

User: Women in Hellenistic times had more power than other civilizations, including the possibility of ruling. A. True B. False

User: One reason why most conquered people remained loyal to Rome was because Rome… A. did not require them to pay taxes. B. allowed their leaders to be senators. C. allowed some of them to become citizens. D. burned the villages of its enemies.

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User: The Tamil kingdoms of the Deccan… A. had a flourishing trade with China and the Roman empire. B. persecuted and drove out believers in Buddhism. C. discouraged the writing of poetry and other literature. D. consisted mostly of herdsmen and subsistence farmers.

Weegy: a. had a flourishing trade with china and the roman empire
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User: The capital of Egypt, and the center of the Hellenistic, world was Cairo A. True B. False

User: Archimedes’ Principle states that doctors must look for the cause of disease, not blame the gods. A. True B. False

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