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Which of the following environments is conducive to a herding way of life? A. Alluvial plains B. Swamps C. River valleys D. Steppes
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What three types of land are best suited for agriculture? A. Alluvial plains, prairies, and uplands B. Swamplands, forests, and steppes C. Swamplands, alluvial plains, and uplands D. Tundra, alluvial plains, and lowlands
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On what basis were the Khmer people able to coalesce into a single large kingdom? A. Wealth from mining and timber B. Development of its pottery industry C. Exploiting the flooding of the Mekong River D. Wealth from its trading fleet
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