Select one a 12425 kilometers 对 b 5000 kilometers c

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Select one:a. 12425 kilometers
b. 5000 kilometersc. 2000 kilometersd. 23455 kilometerse. 8000 kilometersf. 10000 kilometers
Question 4Answer savedPoints out of 1Flag questionQuestion textWhat is Fuser supposed to do with the 15 American dollars?
Question 5Answer savedPoints out of 1Flag questionQuestion textWhat is the climate around the San Pablo leper colony
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Points out of 1Flag questionQuestion textWhere do Fuser and Alberto go to a fancy dinner and dance with a bunch of rich people?
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Points out of 1Flag questionQuestion textWhat was the significance of Fuser's "night swim"?Select one:a. Going from the ‘well’ side to the ‘sick’ sideb. Going from the rich side to the poor sidec. Going from the easy life to the difficult lifed. All the above e. None of the above
Question 8Answer savedPoints out of 1Flag questionQuestion textWhere do Fuser and Alberto part ways, never to meet again?
Question 9Answer savedPoints out of 1Flag questionQuestion textWhat was the name of the mine that Fuser and Alberto visit?
Question 10Answer savedPoints out of 1Flag questionQuestion textWhen Alberto first sees the Miramar house that Fuser's girlfriend lives in, he says "Where the f*** are we, in __________?"
Points out of 1Flag questionQuestion textWhat is Chile's most important mining product?Select one:a. Cobaltb. natural gasc. iron ored. golde. oilf. copper
According to this filmmaker, why does Fuser do the "night swim" which is the beginning of his evolution into a revolutionary figure?
Question textThe couple that Fuser and Alberto met and camped out with—why were they traveling?
What famous desert did they travel through—where they went to the mine?
Where do Fuser and Alberto meet the indigenous couple who were traveling to look for work?

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