The highest infant mortality rates are in west Europe south Asia north America Africa Latin America?
Asia 3,879,000,000 Africa 900,000,000 Europe 850,000,000 north America 550,000,000 south America 400,000,000 Australia 390,000,000
Europe and North America.
Africa crude death rate 15 crude birth rate 38
The Atlantic Ocean separates the Americas from Europe and Africa. The ocean that lies between North America, South America, Europe, and Africa is the Atlantic Ocean.
Northern Hemisphere: North America, Europe, Asia, South America, and Africa. Southern Hemisphere: South America, Africa, Asia, Australia, and Antarctica. Western Hemisphere: North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Antarctica. Eastern Hemisphere: Europe, Africa, Antarctica, Asia, and Australia.
Here are some examples: Corn: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Tobacco: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Carrot: North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. Turnip: North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.
Highest Points: Asia - Mount Everest South America - Aconcagua North America - Mt. McKinley Africa - Mount Kilimanjaro Europe - Mount Elbrus Antarctica - Vinson Massif Australia - Puncak Jaya Lowest Points: Asia - Dead Sea Africa - Lake Assal South America - Laguna del Carbón North America - Death Valley Antarctica - Deep Lake Europe - Caspian Sea Australia - Lake Eyre
North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, Antarctica North America, South America, Australia, Africa, Antarctica, Europe, and Asia
Afghanistan Asia Albania Europe Algeria Africa American Samoa Australasia Andorra Europe Angola Africa Anguilla Caribbean Antigua and Barbuda Caribbean Argentina South America Armenia Europe Aruba Caribbean Australia Australasia Austria Europe Azerbaijan Europe Bahamas Caribbean Bahrain Middle East Bangladesh Asia Barbados Caribbean Belarus Europe Belgium Europe Belize North America Benin Africa Bermuda Caribbean Bhutan Asia Bolivia South America Bosnia-Herzegovina Europe Botswana Africa Bouvet Island Africa Brazil South America Brunei Asia Bulgaria Europe Burkina Faso Africa Burundi… Read More
North America, with an average life expectancy of 77 years, has the highest life expectancy. According to a study in the BMJ North America: 77.6 Oceania: 74.6 Europe: 74.3 Latin America and the Caribbean: 71.8 Asia: 67.7 Africa: 50.6 2000-2005
Smilodon: North & South America Homotherium: Europe, Africa, Asia & North America Xenosmilus: North America Machairodus: Africa, Asia, Europe & North America Megantereon: North America, Africa & Eurasia
2 possible answers : Europe to Africa to America OR africa west indies america OR EUROPE TO WEST INDIES TO AMERICA
Europe imported goods 2 Africa Africa imported slaves to America then America imported sugar to Europe
Each of theses mountains are the highest on their continent Name the continent where you found each one Aconcagua Mcmckinley Kilimanjaro and Elbrus?
Aconcagua - South America. McKinley - North America. Kilimanjaro - Africa. Elbrus - Europe.
By landmass: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, Australia. By population: Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, South America, Australia, Antarctica.
Population: Asia Europe Africa North America South America Australia Antarctica Area: Asia Africa North America South America Antarctica Europe Australia
Africa Antarctica Asia Australia Europe North America South America Or if you want them backwards: South America North America Europe Australia Asia Antarctica Africa
Antarctica, Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Africa, Europe
It goes Antarctica, Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and then South America.
the seven continents are Africa, Asia, Australia, and north and south America You have forgotten Europe and Antarctica. The answer is... North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Antarctica and Australia.
By area they are: Asia Africa North America South America Antactica Europe Australia. By population they are: Asia Africa Europe North America South America Australia Antarctica.
Eastern (Asia, Australia, and most of Europe and Africa) Western (North and South America) Northern (North America, Europe, Asia, parts of Africa) Southern (most of South America, parts of Africa, and Australia)
Andorra (continent of Europe) Burundi, (continent of Africa) Bangladesh, ( continent of Asia) Swaziland (continent of Africa) Canada (North America) Cambodia (Asia) Denmark (Europe) Djibouti (Africa) England Europe) Ecuador (S. America) El Salvador Grenada (N. America) Iceland (Europe) Ireland (Europ India (Asia) Indonesia (Asia) Jordan (Asia) Macedonia, Republic of (Europe) New Zealand Poland (Europe) Rwanda, Africa Sauda Arabia (Asia) Switzerland (Europe) Sudan, Africa Thailand (Asia) Uganda (Africa) United Arab Emirates (Asia) United States (North America)
Spain is in Europe, South Africa is in Africa, Canada is in North America, and BRAZIL is in South America.
This is actually a difficult question to answer because it ranges from 4-7 continents. Here are the possible outcomes: 7 continents: -North America -South America -Europe -Africa -Asia -Australia -Antarctica (This is the most commonly used) [6 continents are rarely used because you would have to combine either Europe/Asia, Europe/Africa, Africa/Asia or North/South America, and if you only combine one why not the other?] 5 continents: -America (North/South America) -Eurasia (Europe/Asia) -Africa -Australia -Antarctica 4… Read More
Yes, Europe is a Continent. There are 7 Continents. North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and Antarctica.
Pacific Asia, North America, South America, Oceania Atlantic North America, South America, Europe, Africa Indian Africa, Oceania, Asia Antarctic North America, Europe, Asia Arctic South America, Africa, Oceania I added in the fifth.
The highest paid footballers from Africa in Europe are Samuel Etoo, Dider Drogba and Michael Essien.
The countries with the highest infant mortality rate in Europe are: Azerbaijan (54.60)* Turkey (23.07)* Kazakhstan (23.06)* Armenia (18.21)* Bulgaria (16.13) All numbers equal deaths per 1,000 births. Every country listed above, with the exception of Bulgaria, is either transcontinental or geo-politically considered European. If disregarding these countries, the five highest infant mortality rates in Europe would be: Bulgaria (16.13) Albania (14.12) Moldova (13.65) Romania (10.73) Bosnia and Herzegovina (8.47)
triangle trade route went from Europe to Africa, then Africa to America, then back to Europe
Atlantic ocean? Europe Africa- Mediterranean sea North South America- Caribbean sea
The continents by area are: * Asia * Africa * North America * South America * Antarctica * Europe * Australia.
Slaves from Africa to America, Cotton and Sugar from America to Europe, Textiles and manufactured goods to Africa.
South America is closer to Europe. This is a big Country.
Africa, America, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, and Europe.
There are seven continents- Asia Africa Europe Australia North America South America Antarctica There are technically only 4: America (North & South America) Afroeurasia (Africa, Europe & Asia) Australia Antarctica
Central Africa, as the equator already runs through that part. Northern Europe is at one of the highest latitudes in the world.
Do you mean height? Of the two, South America has a taller highest point and average elevation than Europe. However, Asia contains the tallest highest point in the world.
Only by mainland, 6 countries are in 2 continents: Panama (North & South America) Egypt (Africa & Asia) Turkey (Europe & Asia) Georgia (Europe & Asia) Azerbaijan (Europe & Asia) Kazakhstan (Europe & Asia) By all territories, an additional 8 countries are in 2 continents: Spain (Europe & Africa) Yemen (Asia & Africa) Japan (Asia & Oceania) Norway (Europe & Antarctica) Australia (Oceania & Antarctica) New Zealand (Oceania & Antarctica) Argentina (South America & Australia)… Read More
NO. Africa is it's own continent, south of Europe. It is the third largest continent after Asia and North America.
The continent with the highest percentage of Christians is South America at roughly 90% Christian. North America is slightly less Christian at around 84% Christian. Europe is about 76% Christian, although many in Europe are nominally Christian. Oceania is about 73% Christian. Asia and Africa have Christian minorities not exceeding 30%. Antarctica has no permanent settlements, but most researchers in Antarctica are nominally Christian.
In the triangular trade route, there were 3 main points of trading- Africa, Europe, and America. Manufactured goods went from Europe to Africa, slaves went from Africa to the Americas, and luxury goods from the Americas to Europe.
North America, with an average life expectancy of 77 years, has the highest life expectancy. According to a study in the BMJ North America: 77.6 Oceania: 74.6 Europe: 74.3 Latin America and the Caribbean: 71.8 Asia: 67.7 Africa: 50.6
North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Antarctica.
North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Antarctica.
North America, South America, Antarctica, Africa, and Europe.
Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica and Australia.
North America, South America, Europe and Africa
north america, south america, africa, asia, europe, australia, and antarctica.
Antarctica, North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia