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How did the Inca trade with other tribes?

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AnswerThey used a system call terrasing, it takes advantage of the ground around a hill or a mountain by creating flat surfaces in which they could plant and grow crops. They probably traded in with other groups around the same area in open markets kind of the same way they still do to this day.they had sects
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