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What significant effect did the Treaty of Paris, signed after the French and Indian war, have on France?

I cannot find it in any books, can I have a link or something?

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    1. D
    2. A
    3. A B C
    4. C
    5. D
    6. D
    7. A
    8. C
    9. A
    10. A C D
    11. C
    12. B
    13. B
    14. C
    15. B
    16. C
    17. C
    18. C
    19. A
    20. Summarize the reasons for writing the Declaration Of Independance.
    I searched up: "the reasons for writing the declaration of independence" and found some pretty good resources.

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    Gage the answers are here
    1.D. France had lost most of its territory and power in North America.
    2.A. The Iroquois likely had better knowledge of the area and could lead British troops through the woods.
    3.A. They were enemies with some other tribes who were fighting with the French.
    B. The British charged lower prices than the French and therefore trusted them more.
    C. They had long traded with British fur traders and didn’t want to upset the relationship.
    4.C. By claiming that women have the right to rebel if they do not have a voice in government
    5.D. By confirming the repressive actions of the British government, the engraving would increase the desire to rebel against it.
    6.D. The acts caused the colonies to unify against the British government.
    7.B. It failed to bring about peace and only angered King George III.
    8.C. colonists had a better knowledge of the land than the British.
    9.A. The American soldiers were able to use cannons captured at Fort Ticonderoga to intimidate the British.
    10.A. They launched a surprise attack on Fort Ticonderoga and defeated the British.
    C. They secured valuable supplies of gunpowder and cannons.
    D. They secured a key route into Canada.
    11.C. “He has dissolved Representative Houses repeatedly, for opposing with manly firmness his invasions on the rights of the people.”
    12.B. They most likely strengthened the colonists’ desire to act on their wish to separate from Britain.
    13.B. Americans were beginning to lose hope of winning their independence.
    14.. As trained soldiers who could prepare for battle quickly, they fought the British at Lexington and Concord.
    15.B. The French were angry with Britain and wanted to support its enemies.
    16.C. He retreated to Yorktown where he was trapped.
    17.C.They were encouraged to support the patriot effort.
    18.C. Hays operated a cannon in battle and Ross made the American flag.
    19.A. the hope that the war would also bring an end to slavery
    20. look at my other post for the summeray.
    Hope this helps.(;
    For pearsonconnexus so don't get mad at me if your on a diff web site

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    7 is B but the rest of cece's answers are correct :)

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  4. hmm, are these actually right, checking answers and i don't know if i should trust these

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    For the essay use mine (btw for pearsonconnexus social studies 8)
    The Declaration of Independence is one of the most important documents in American history. It tells the major ideas that the Founders had about government. The Declaration also contains the Founders' complaints against the British king.

    For many years after the colonists landed in the New World, the British government let the colonists govern themselves with little interference. Then in the 1760's, Britain began to tighten its control over the colonies. The British government began passing new laws which taxed the colonists and controlled their trade. The colonists became alarmed and thought these laws threatened their right to govern themselves. Because the colonists did not have the right to vote for people to represent them in the British government, they felt their rights were not being protected. The British felt just the opposite. They believed that since their government supported and defended the colonists, they had the right to tax the colonists and control their trade.

    So in 1774, the colonists sent representatives to a meeting called the First Continental Congress to decide how to handle this problem. Some of the delegates to this meeting wanted to stop trading with Britain. Others wanted to fight the British. In April 1775 war broke out between Britain and the American colonies. This war was called the American Revolution. The thirteen colonies became the thirteen original states of our country.

    Soon after the American Revolution began, the American colonists created a new government. In 1776 this new government, the Continental Congress formed a committee to tell People why the colonies wanted to be free. Thomas Jefferson was chosen to be the head of this committee. He was an excellent writer. Jefferson wrote a paper that became known as the Declaration of Independence. On July 4, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was signed by the members of the Continental Congress.

    The Declaration of Independence is an important part of American democracy because first it contains the ideals or goals of our nation. Second it contains the complaints of the colonists against the British king. Third, it contains the arguments the colonists used to explain why they wanted to be free of British rule. hope this helps

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  6. mines have 21 questions

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  7. I got a 23/23 only one that is wrong is 7

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    Heyyy! 2019! just took the test answers are:
    1.D
    2.A
    3.A B C
    4.C
    5.D
    6.D
    7.B
    8.C
    9.A
    10.A C D
    11.C
    12.B
    13.B
    14.C
    15.B
    16.C
    17.C
    18.C
    19.A
    20. You have to look up why the declaration of independence was written or something along the lines of it :) hope this helps!
    (btw i copied " cece " and got them all right except for 7 so here is the correct one! )

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  9. yes, all right, 100% do the essay yourself please it's already enough help that you have all the answers

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    So doodle:) got me 20/23 which is not that bad TBH but for 2020 connexus academy Social studies 8 A Unit test the answers are
    1.D
    2.A
    3.A B C
    4.C
    5.D
    6.D
    7.B
    8.C
    9.A
    10. A C D
    11.C
    12.B
    13.B
    14.C
    15.B
    16.C
    17.C
    18.C
    19.A.
    20. Your on your own cuz its not that hard.

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  11. its a 21/23...

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  12. about to find out...

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  13. Oh when danger comes to you

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  14. Cece answers are correct thxxx just number 7 is b YOU'RE THE BEST ^-^

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    The Treaty of Paris of 1763 ended the French and Indian War/Seven Years' War between Great Britain and France, as well as their respective allies. In the terms of the treaty, France gave up all its territories in mainland North America, effectively ending any foreign military threat to the British colonies there.

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  16. mine only has twenty

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  17. you guys are the best so thank you
    I going back to listen to AlxAnDer HmiLtIon

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  18. mine has 21 questions

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  19. Thank Chu~~ 🖤

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    For those of you with 21 questions, the answer to 19 and 20 are
    19. C
    20. A

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