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    The Triangular Trade was a trading system established by Europeans to transport their goods from Europe. They would then trade their goods for people that were in Africa and then the people, now African American slaves, would be transported to the Americas where they would endure a lifetime of servitude. Millions of Africans were kidnapped from their homeland to help meet the supply and demand for slaves in the Americas and the surrounding areas. However African Americans took action to help stop

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    as the “Triangular Trade.” The first section of this triangular route was the “Outward Passage”, this was the voyage from Europe to Africa. Then came the “Middle Passage.” This is the stage of triangular trade in which millions of African natives were transported to the New World as part of the Atlantic slave trade. Lastly, the “Return Passage” was the closing voyage from the Americas to Europe. Europeans gathered African slaves by trading for them and used the Middle Passage as a trade route to

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    The Triangular Trade was the fundamental foundation of many economic and social developments of this nation. However, this historical turning point in America’s history did not develop overnight. In Africa, the practice of enslavement had been occurring internally for centuries, but as the Triangular Trade developed between the Old World and New World, the slave labor system transformed and began to become an integral part of many nation’s economic systems. As the demand for agricultural products

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    least ten million Natives. This exploitation and the introduction of these diseases to these people was done through the “triangular trade”. The "triangular trade" is a historical term referring to the 18th-century trade between South America, New England, and the west coast of Africa. The commodities involved were several, but principally they were sugar, rum, and slaves. The trade brought much wealth to North America and the profits ultimately became the foundation of American capitalism. Sugar became

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    transatlantic slave trade had an immense impact on the lives of millions enslaved Africans. The consequences of importing slaves across the middle passage included the loss of connections to their family and culture, as well as their freedom. These changes had a devastating impact on their emotional wellbeing. Not only did the treatment affect their mental state, their physical health also severally declined due to poor conditions and horrendous punishment. The triangular slave trade significantly impacted

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    does it relate to a specific time period? (contextualization) WHAT major events can be linked to this document? (continuity and change or compare) The historical context of this document was the increase of slave trade and labor in the colonies as well as the transatlantic slave trade in the 18th and 19th century, which is shown by the description of the kidnapping of Olaudah and his sister into slavery, the journey on a slave ship to Barbadoes, and the process of a slave auction. Slaves were becoming

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    of new civilizations. The period from 1500 to 1750, Latin America, also including the Caribbean, were involved interregional trade with a myriad of diverse regions. As a result of the desire to produce sugar on sugar plantations within Latin America, numerous slaves were imported from Africa to Latin America, as additional labor was required. Economically, the triangular trade led to the

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    Pierre Auguste Renoir

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    children. Throughout this paper I will describe the formal properties of this painting such as composition, line and color, texture, space and volume and use of light.                                                             The painting as a triangular composition, containing all four figures, they are in turn drawn together within a harmonious ensemble. The painting itself depicts an older peasant woman selling fruit to what seems to be a middle class woman and her children. The painting is set

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    Ugali, which is a main dish made out of either yellow or white corn flour that closely resembles mush before it is fried, is eaten along with the nyama uchoma. Chapatis, which are like soft flaky tacos, are also served either rolled up or cut into triangular pieces. The final dish served would be a watery stew with peas, carrots, and a few chunks of beef, served over pilaf rice. Sodas and/or beer are provided as beverages, in addition to chai, which is prepared by first warming milk, boiling tea leaves

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    information for three different triangles and we are trying to find any similarities or differences between this family of triangles (Pythagorean triangles). We want to try and see if this works only for Pythagorean triangles or if it works with other triangular families. I have decided to put it into a table, so that I can then compare the relationships and try to find the nth term for the shortest side, middle side, hypotenuse, area and the perimeter. N Shortest side (s) Middle side (m)

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