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Gucchi:

What can you infer about what Lewis and Clark saw as they moved west from the Mississippi River? The land on the east coast was more fertile than the land in the west. The landscape rose sharply and then flattened as they went farther west. The Mississippi River was higher than the mountains in the east. The mountains in the west were taller than the mountains in the east.

Gucchi:

QuestionCoveBot:

Is there two correct answers for this?

Gucchi:

im so confused on this am i right with b? Or is it C?

Gucchi:

no only one

Gucchi:

idk im think d aswell

Gucchi:

@tetsxpreme

QuestionCoveBot:

Eliminate B and C because the river is not higher than the Appalachian Mountains, otherwise that river would a "high river mountain". The land does rise, but not like the Rocky Cliffs (Cliffs in the west). The land in the east is more fertile than the west. The Rockies are taller than the Appalachian. Which would guess then? A or D?

Gucchi:

D?

QuestionCoveBot:

Yes, because Lewis and Clark relied on the surrounding area for food not the land. They had to pass the Rockies to get to the Pacific.

Gucchi:

@questioncovebot wrote:
Yes, because Lewis and Clark relied on the surrounding area for food not the land. They had to pass the Rockies to get to the Pacific.
thank you

QuestionCoveBot:

You're welcome.

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