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The economic security of the Inca Empire was based on A. extensive trade with the Aztec Empire. B. a horizontal compilation of terra firma. C. environmental diversity. D. intensive maize
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A. extensive trade with the Aztec Empire. The economic security of the Inca Empire was based on "extensive trade with the Aztec Empire."
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