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Not yet answered Points out of 1 Flag question Question text What geographical feature is the primary reason for the general north/south differences in religion, vegetation, climate, and history in the continent of Africa? Select one: a. The dense jungle in Sub-Saharan Africa b. The Atlas Mountains c. The Nile River d. The Great Rift Valley e. The Sahara Desert Question 10Not yet answered Points out of 1 Flag question Question text What movie does Profess Boyer reference when describing sub-Saharan Africa? NextQuestion 1 Not yet answered Points out of 1
Flag question Question text What geographical feature is the primary reason for the general north/south differences in religion, vegetation, climate, and history in the continent of Africa? Question Not yet answered Points out of 1 Flag question Question text Arab/Berber Muslims initially swept into the Iberian Peninsula and became known as Moors in what year? 2 Question 3 Not yet answered Points out of 1 Flag question
Question text What group does Professor Boyer reference as increasingly “hiding out” in the Sahara Desert? Select one: a. Terrorists b. Rebel groups c. Drug cartels d. All of the above e. None of the above Question Not yet answered Points out of 1 Flag question Question text The Magreb and Atlas mountain region is comprised of traditionally __________ peoples. 4 Question Not yet answered Points out of 1 Flag question Question text Magreb consists of parts of all of the following countries EXCEPT 5
Question Not yet answered Points out of 1 Flag question Question text In the video, the Professor named a variety of commodities that where transported from Sub-Saharan Africa to northern Africa via the Saharan trade routes. Which if the following was NOT mentioned? 6 Question Not yet answered Points out of 1 Flag question Question text Why did trans-Saharan trading fizz out? 7 Select one: a. Starting in the 20th century, traders drove around the Sahara b. The Sahara ran out of valuable resources. c. All the camels were recruited for a cigarette company d. Starting in the 20th century, you could fly the goods over the desert e. Starting in the 15th-16th century, you could ship the goods around Africa

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