Test: AP World History

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The significant increase in population that occurred in Japan during the Edo period can be most closely attributed to which of the following?

Technological improvements in cultivation, especially rice, taking place during a period of stable government rule.

The development of extensive terrance farming in mountainous regions.

Large-scale emigration of the Japanese population to Korea, which freed up more land for cultivation

Extensive trade with China and importation of New World crops.

Government incentive programs designed to reward families that produced large numbers of children.

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