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Zimbabwe and Ethiopia are typical sub-Saharan African countries, with regard to development.

This means that __________. a. they are average with regard to sta...

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Zimbabwe and Ethiopia are typical sub-Saharan African countries, with regard to development.

This means that __________.
a. they are average with regard to standard of living, income, and life expectancy
b. they have a very low standard of living, most people live in poverty, and life expectancy is below the world average
c. they have a high standard of living, most people make a good living, and life expectancy is higher than the world average
d. they have a high standard of living and average income, but life expectancy is below the world average

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Zimbabwe and Ethiopia are typical sub-Saharan African countries, with regard to development.
This means that they have a high standard of living, most people make a good living, and life expectancy is higher than the world average.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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