Test: AP Human Geography


The key difference that led to the partition of India and Pakistan was that __________.

India was predominantly Muslim, while Pakistan was predominantly Hindu.

India was predominantly English-speaking, while Pakistan was predominantly Urdu-speaking.

India was predominantly Hindu, while Pakistan was predominantly Muslim.

India was a former British colony, while Pakistan was never under colonial rule.

India was allied with capitalist nations, while Pakistan was allied with communist nations.

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