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Q: 2. By the late eighteenth century, Mogul prosperity was shaken by (1 point) the rise of women. the coming of the British. new architectural styles. Shah Jahan.
A: The answer is the coming of the British.
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User: 2. By the late eighteenth century, Mogul prosperity was shaken by (1 point) the rise of women. the coming of the British. new architectural styles. Shah Jahan.

Weegy: The answer is the coming of the British.
tjdcet|Points 361|

User: 3. Local, lower-ranking officials called zamindars did all of the following EXCEPT (1 point) receive farm plots. keep part of the taxes they collected. exercise considerable power. command small armies.

Weegy: Local, lower-ranking officials called zamindars did all of the following EXCEPT D)command small armies
Monsman|Points 100|

User: 4. Babur's forces entered India through the (1 point) Khyber Pass. port of Chennal. state of Bengal. Fort William.

Weegy: Babur's forces entered India through the: A) Khyber Pass.
andrewpallarca|Points 17077|

User: 5. Ottoman expansion in the early fourteenth century led to their control over which area first? (1 point) the Danube Valley the Bosporus and the Dardanelles Constantinople the Hungarian plain

Weegy: Ottoman expansion in the early fourteenth century led to their control over which area first? (1 point) the Danube Valley the Bosporus and the Dardanelles Constantinople the Hungarian plain 6. [ What was the name of the group of Ottoman religious advisers that administered the legal system and schools for educating Muslims? (1 point) pasha vizier politicos ulema 7. The Safavid rulers were eagerly supported by the pelletes, who believed (1 point) they would be rewarded with beautiful wives. the Safavids would return power to the landed pellete aristocrats. that Shah Ismail was a direct successor of the prophet Muhammad. that the Sunnis would be destroyed by the might of a strong Safavid empire. 8. Who established the Mogul dynasty? (1 point) Akbar Babur Lex Khan Timur 9. Sir Robert Clive was an aggressive British empire builder who (1 point) allowed the Dutch to take over British forts because of his shortsightedness. mismanaged the British South India Company until it went broke. angered the British government by falsely acting as its representative. was empowered by the British crown to fight any force that threatened the East India Company's power in India. 10. Shah Jahan had the _____ built in Agra in memory of his wife. (1 point) Taj Mahal Mumtaz Isfahan Plassey Local, lower-ranking officials called zamindars did all of the following EXCEPT (1 point) receive farm plots. keep part of the taxes they collected. exercise considerable power. command small armies. ]
daryljoy|Points 20|

User: 5. Ottoman expansion in the early fourteenth century led to their control over which area first? (1 point) the Danube Valley the Bosporus and the Dardanelles Constantinople the Hungarian plain

Weegy: Ottoman expansion in the early fourteenth century led to their control over which area first? (1 point) the Danube Valley the Bosporus and the Dardanelles Constantinople the Hungarian plain 6. [ What was the name of the group of Ottoman religious advisers that administered the legal system and schools for educating Muslims? (1 point) pasha vizier politicos ulema 7. The Safavid rulers were eagerly supported by the pelletes, who believed (1 point) they would be rewarded with beautiful wives. the Safavids would return power to the landed pellete aristocrats. that Shah Ismail was a direct successor of the prophet Muhammad. that the Sunnis would be destroyed by the might of a strong Safavid empire. 8. Who established the Mogul dynasty? (1 point) Akbar Babur Lex Khan Timur 9. Sir Robert Clive was an aggressive British empire builder who (1 point) allowed the Dutch to take over British forts because of his shortsightedness. mismanaged the British South India Company until it went broke. angered the British government by falsely acting as its representative. was empowered by the British crown to fight any force that threatened the East India Company's power in India. 10. Shah Jahan had the _____ built in Agra in memory of his wife. (1 point) Taj Mahal Mumtaz Isfahan Plassey Local, lower-ranking officials called zamindars did all of the following EXCEPT (1 point) receive farm plots. keep part of the taxes they collected. exercise considerable power. command small armies. ]
daryljoy|Points 20|

User: 5. Ottoman expansion in the early fourteenth century led to their control over which area first? (1 point) the Danube Valley the Bosporus and the Dardanelles Constantinople the Hungarian plain

Weegy: Ottoman expansion in the early fourteenth century led to their control over which area first? (1 point) the Danube Valley the Bosporus and the Dardanelles Constantinople the Hungarian plain 6. [ What was the name of the group of Ottoman religious advisers that administered the legal system and schools for educating Muslims? (1 point) pasha vizier politicos ulema 7. The Safavid rulers were eagerly supported by the pelletes, who believed (1 point) they would be rewarded with beautiful wives. the Safavids would return power to the landed pellete aristocrats. that Shah Ismail was a direct successor of the prophet Muhammad. that the Sunnis would be destroyed by the might of a strong Safavid empire. 8. Who established the Mogul dynasty? (1 point) Akbar Babur Lex Khan Timur 9. Sir Robert Clive was an aggressive British empire builder who (1 point) allowed the Dutch to take over British forts because of his shortsightedness. mismanaged the British South India Company until it went broke. angered the British government by falsely acting as its representative. was empowered by the British crown to fight any force that threatened the East India Company's power in India. 10. Shah Jahan had the _____ built in Agra in memory of his wife. (1 point) Taj Mahal Mumtaz Isfahan Plassey Local, lower-ranking officials called zamindars did all of the following EXCEPT (1 point) receive farm plots. keep part of the taxes they collected. exercise considerable power. command small armies. ]
daryljoy|Points 20|

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