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Lesson 5 - The most immediate economic impact of the slave...

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The most immediate economic impact of the slave trade was the loss of human labor and redistribution of the population in Africa true Question 2 The earliest economies in sub-Saharan Africa were based on all but one of these: agriculture Question 3 According to the UCA text, one of the three basic views on rapid population growth in Africa is that economic development is not a solution to high rates of population growth. true Question 4 One of these is not a benefit of the diversified agricultural systems common among the majority of African farmers: allows for seasonal break from farming Question 5 It is estimated that the United States will obtain about what percentage of its oil from Africa by 2015? 15-25% Question 6 This causes the most struggles for land between humans and wildlife on the African continent: development Question 7 All but one of these serve as major sources of calories in humid lowlands: roots plantains tubers Question 8
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In 2001, oil production generated 20 percent of the combined GDP of sub-Saharan Africa. true Question 9 One of these is not a factor that has contributed to deforestation on the African continent: civil wars drought mineral extraction Question 10 The economy of most African countries is not specifically dependent on low-resource agriculture. true Question 11 Which of the following is not a significant effect of HIV/AIDS on agriculture in Africa? decline in pests Question 12 Goats and ________ are predominant in Africa's humid lowlands. cattle Question 13 According to UCA, debt in sub-Saharan Africa increased from $6 billion in 1970 to this amount in 2003: $231.4 billion Question 14 According to UCA, in Rwanda, a woman has become the president of the supreme court, and women hold this percent of seats in Parliament: 45.3% Question 15 Unfortunately, in the early economic development in Africa, the change to crop cultivation and livestock management did not provide surplus food, production specialization, expanded trade, or commercial networks.
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false Part Two – Listing the Answer. 20 points Provide the requested list of events, reasons, factors, and principles in the following questions (questions 16-21). Question 16
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course AFST 2100 taught by Professor Ojo during the Spring '10 term at UGA.

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Lesson 5 - The most immediate economic impact of the slave...

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