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Why can only about one-fifth of Mexico’s land be used for farming? A. Because the soil is too damp B. Because of a lack of natural resources C. Because of mountains, poor soils, and dry climates D. Because there are too many rivers in Mexico
Only about one-fifth of Mexico’s land can be used for farming: Because of mountains, poor soils, and dry climates.
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