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Where did most slaves taken from Africa to the western hemisphere end up? A. North America B. The Caribbean C. England D. Mexico
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User: Where did most slaves taken from Africa to the western hemisphere end up? A. North America B. The Caribbean C. England D. Mexico

Weegy: The Caribbean is where most slaves taken from Africa to the western hemisphere ended up.
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User: Which of the following was a result of slave raiding by Portuguese slavers in Kongo? A. Portugal split apart into three separate nations B. Portugal went to war with England C. Relations between Kongo leaders and the Portuguese became strained D. England went to war with France

Weegy: Relations between Kongo leaders and the Portuguese became strained was a result of slave raiding by Portuguese slavers in Kongo.
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User: Which American crop became popular in the Islamic empires during the early modern era? A. Tobacco B. Corn C. Wheat D. Silk

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Tobacco crop became popular in the Islamic empires during the early modern era.
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What is the square root of 64? A. 4 B. 32 C. 16 D. 8
Weegy: The square root of 64 is 8, since 8 x 8 is 64. User: On Monday John bought 7 apples. On Tuesday he bought 3 times as many apples as he did on Monday. How many apples did John buy on Tuesday? A. 3 B. 21 C. 10 D. 28 (More)
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On Monday John bought 7 apples. On Tuesday he bought 3 times as many apples as he did on Monday. John bought 21 apples on Tuesday.

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