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Bolivia Morphology

Bolivia Morphology

Bolivia is essentially made up of two parts: one high, to the west, and a low, mostly flat, east. The western part consists of a section of the Andean system and includes a central depressed area, still partially covered by large lake basins without drainage to the sea (Titicaca, PoopĆ³) and two higher marginal areas, surmounted by peaks often exceeding 6000 m. The central depressed zone, directed from NO. to the SE., it is 3800 m high on average. to…

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Bolivia Children and School

Bolivia Children and School

School in Bolivia In Bolivia, children start school at the age of six. You wear a school uniform. There are usually 30 to 40 children in a class. There are grades in Bolivia too. However, they are expressed in points from 0 to 100. Those who achieve 91 to 100 points receive a “very good”, so that would be like a one with us. You need at least 50 points to pass a test. 87 percent of children in Bolivia…

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