Match the imaginary nineteenth-century scenarios with the type of imperialist motives they represent. richard watson, a british businessman, wanted to take advantage of his country’s control of chinese trade. so, he moved with his family to china. irene dupont was a teacher who loved literature. she traveled to senegal in africa to tribal children learn to read and write french. john hudson was the captain of a steam-powered ship for the british navy. on voyages across the pacific, he could stop and refuel his ship at various asian ports that his native country had exclusive access to. military economic humanitarian and religious
might be agreeing to participate ethically with other european nations in the slave trade
or notifying other european nations when taking possession of african territories
britain's king george iii, however, refused to receive the petition, which, written we consider whom we must oppose in this contest, and if it continues, what may the fundamental grounds upon which americans were taking up arms had shifted. that king george refused to so much as receive the
for this case we have the following equation:
we apply distributive property to the terms within parentheses.
subtracting 2 on both sides of the equation:
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