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Why were the Chang and Xi rivers important to China’s development? a. They helped keep invaders out. c. They kept China isolated. b. They provided a route for ships to travel inland. d. They provided
boundaries for the different political sections.
The geography of china c. kept it isolated. [ ]
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User: Why were the Chang and Xi rivers important to China’s development? a. They helped keep invaders out. c. They kept China isolated. b. They provided a route for ships to travel inland. d. They provided boundaries for the different political sections.

Weegy: The geography of china c. kept it isolated. [ ]
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User: Which of the following best describes the Xia? a. They were hunter-gatherers. b. They were industrialists. c. They were traders. d. They were farmers.

Weegy: The following best describes the Xia: d. They were farmers.
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