How did the Nile River floods differ from those of Tigris and Euphrates?

The Nile River wasn't higher that Tigris and Euphrates, so the Nile River didn't really flood anyting
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How did the flooding of the Tigris and the Euphrates rivers both help and hurt farmers?

It hurt the farmers by flooding their fields and the farmers never knew when to plant their crops............. it helped farmers by giving them a close irragation and transpor (MORE)
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Because the people lived or lived near in the Tigris and Euphrates river can use the river to tradeing it was important to summarens to get other things from different places, (MORE)