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Which aspect of chinese culture was never adopted by the japanese?

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Answer: Tradtions on certain holidays

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2018 minnesota ranked 4th in the production of what crop

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Answer: Minnesota is one of the essential agricultural entities in the United States.

Explanation:

In addition to corn, Minnesota is one of the essential soybean distributors in the country. In addition to these crops, a large number of farmers are engaged in growing hay, barley but also wheat and sugar beet. Peas, potatoes and sweet corn are the leading vegetable crops grown and distributed in this part of the country.

And if a small population is employed in agriculture, this branch of the economy is a significant economic entity in this part of the country. The result is economic and technological investments in this branch of agriculture and the use of advanced agricultural achievements in the field of agro-culture.

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The first territory the United States acquired beyond the borders of its 48 contiguous states was a. Alaska.
b. Guam.
c. Hawaii.
d. the Philippines.

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The correct answer is A. The first territory the United States acquired beyond the borders of its 48 contiguous states was Alaska.

Explanation:

In 1867, US Secretary of State William H. Seward carried out the purchase of Alaska from Russia for US $ 7.2 million. The lack of cash from Russia (in a complicated financial situation) and the fear of losing territory in some future conflict with their British rivals, urged Tsar Alexander II to sell the territory to the United States after the failure in the Crimean War. The purchase became effective on October 18, 1867, today remembered as Alaska Day. Although the purchase was harshly criticized at the time of its occurrence, it was finally seen as an advantageous business thanks to the discovery of gold and oil in Yukon. The main settlements were established in Juneau, Nome and Fairbanks.


i think that it was alaska because hawaii was the last state i think
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Answer quickly brainylest Explain the benefits of the steam engine and the Transcontinental Railroad.
· Who is John McAdams and why is he important to transportation?
· What is the Erie Canal? How did railroads and canals benefit shipping goods?

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1. The Transcontinental Railroad System provided jobs across the nation.  The invention of the steam engine caused transportation to improve. As a result, businesses made profit, and transporting products were easier and faster.

2. John McAdams was a Scottish engineer who modernized the way we built roads. He is important to transportation because of the changes he made to roads. He changed the roads by making sure the roadbeds were raised to make sure there was adequate drainage. The roadbeds were then laid with broken stones in symmetrical patterns, and covered with small stones to make a hard surface. McAdam discovered that the best stone or gravel for road surfacing had to be broken or crushed, and then graded to a constant size of chippings. This revolutionized roads, and helped a lot in regards to transportation, making it easier and faster.

3. The Erie Canal was a canal located in New York City and was completed in 1825. We benefited from railroads and canals while shipping goods because it made shipping cheaper and faster. Before railroads and canals took in place, shipping took longer because they had to deliver them, most likely on horses, and it often made the goods damaged.

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To whom does the Tenth Amendment reserve rights A) The executive branch
B) military organizations
C)the states
D) criminal suspects

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The Tenth Amendment reserves rights to the states. So the answer would be C
Tenth Amendment - Reserved Powers. The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
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4 Select the correct answer. Read this excerpt from a leaflet that the United States circulated in Japan in 1945. Then answer the question that follows. The Soviet Union, because of this rejection on the part of the military, has notified your Ambassador Sato that it has declared war on your nation. Thus, all powerful countries of the world are now at war with you. Also, because of your leaders' refusal to accept the surrender declaration that would enable Japan to honorably end this useless war, we have employed our atomic bomb. A single one of our newly developed atomic bombs is actually the equivalent in explosive power to what 2000 of our giant B-29s could have carried on a single mission. Radio Tokyo has told you that with the first use of this weapon of total destruction, Hiroshima was virtually destroyed. Before we use this bomb again and again to destroy every resource of the military by which they are prolonging this useless war, petition the emperor now to end the war. Our president has outlined for you the thirteen consequences of an honorable surrender. We urge that you accept these consequences and begin the work of building a new, better, and peace-loving Japan. Based on the excerpt, which sentence best summarizes the Allies reason for using the atomic bomb on Japan? A. The United States wanted to make Japan surrender before the Soviets arrived. B. Japan was prolonging a terrible and bloody war that had an inevitable outcome. C. An atomic bomb caused damage more efficiently than B-29 bombers. D. Nations that failed to surrender to the Allies were asking for a nuclear attack.