Correct answer choice for question 1 is :
C) Muslims made Arabic the regions educational system
The success of the Maghreb began in 647 and achieved in 709 with the Byzantine Roman Empire failing its last surviving refugees to the then-Umayyad Caliphate. All further Muslim victories were soon discontinued, however, by a civil war among rival Arab clans that ended in the murder of Caliph Uthman in 656. He was succeeded by Ali, who in turn was assassinated in 661. The Umayyad Caliphate of large temporal and genetic Arab caliphs then set itself at Damascus and Caliph Muawiyah I began joining the empire from the Aral Sea to the western border of Egypt. He put a governor in place in Egypt at al-Fustat, creating a lower seat of power that would remain for the next two centuries.
Correct answer choice for question 2 is:
B) They set up an effective trade network linked to India and China.
The Islamic Empire’s great efforts and progress in trade certified to be a major advantage to the Muslims, as well as to the rest of the world. International trade expanded and continued development of the empire. Materials for making purposes, leisure, and food were in great need and supply among the people. The flow of goods taken in for sale at the lowest possible prices increased the income of merchants, improved the speed of import, and raised the importance of traders internationally. Major countries such as India and China exported pepper, spices, valued stones, fine cloth, and ceramics to the Muslims, in exchange for coral ivory, and textiles.
Correct answer choice for question 3 is :
A) As in the larger kingdoms, farming and trading were key to prosperity.
Agriculture takes the African tale like no other financial project both the ties and traditions of the past and the hope of a bright future. Cut in our history, farming draws us back to the land in our villages while giving the promise of a modern, vibrant and flourishing future. There are many various sorts of exports that come out of Western Africa. The most popular crops are peanuts, sorghum, cotton, rice, cassava, coffee, and livestock. One of the most significant crops for countries like Cote d’Ivoire and Ghana is cacao, which is produced in the productive soil of the wet areas.