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KaylaMariee
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Many ethnic groups lived in arctic regions. The Inuit lived near the Atlantic Ocean in Greenland, and the Saami lived in the arctic regions of Norway. In North America, three main ethnic groups lived in the arctic region: Aleuts, Native Americans, and Inuits. The Aleuts inhabited the area around the Bering Sea, while Native Americans occupied the grasslands. Which of the following best summarizes the passage? A. Many ethnic groups lived in the arctic regions of Greenland, Norway, and North America. B. There are groups of ethnic people living in places all over the world. C. Many ethnic groups like to live in North America. D. The Aleuts inhabited the area around the Bering Sea, while Native Americans occupied the grasslands.

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pinkponymo1

The option that best summarizes the passage is the first one: A. Many ethnic groups lived in the arctic regions of Greenland, Norway, and North America. B is incorrect because the text doesn't say these ethnic groups live all over the world, but it only mentions arctic regions. C is incorrect because North America isn't the only place where these groups like to live. D is incorrect because not only the Aleuts and Native Americans are important in the excerpt. 

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