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Salvador PinonesHistory11Chapter 21.How did the Columbian exchange lead to redistribution of power and population?2.Why did the Spanish conquest of Mexico succeed, and how did the Spaniards govern the conquered territory to maintain their dominance?3.How did the Spaniards’ and Indians’ perceptions of each other shape their interactions?1.The Columbian exchange became unbalanced to the “New World” as they call it. It became more unbalanced with Europe’s successful appropriation of the “New World” staplecrops originally developed by the Indians. The European and African population swelled up as American crops helped to overcome old world famine. 2.The major work was done when Pizzaro and Cortes - by their individual efforts - conquered Mexico and the Incan empire. After the remarkable efforts of these two men, all that remained for Spain to conquer (or at least, claim title