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Which theory is supported most by the finding that the moon is similar in composition to the outer portions of Earth? impact theory co-formation theory capture theory synchronous theory
Weegy: The Giant-impact theory User: The discovery that the moon is similar in composition to the outer portions of the earth most supports the _____ theory. impact co-formation capture synchronous Weegy: The Giant-impact theory User: What causes the seasons on Earth? Changes in the amount of energy produced in Earth's core during different seasons. The earth moving closer to and further from the Sun as it orbits. The tilt of the earth exposes different areas to direct sunlight as the earth orbits the Sun. The amount of sunlight blocked by the moon changes as the earth orbits the Sun. Weegy: The energy from the sun that reaches the Earth's surface is in the form of electromagnetic waves, which are also called photons. These electromagnetic waves are also called light User: The earth is the _____ largest planet. third fourth fifth sixth User: What do we call the days when the Sun is directly overhead the equator? solstices aphelions eclipses equinoxes Weegy: equinoxes User: _____ is the densest planet. Mercury Venus Earth Mars Weegy: The Earth is the densest planet. User: Approximately, how far is the earth from the Sun? 150,000 km 150,000,000 km 150,000,000,000 km 150,000,000,000,000 km Weegy: Approximately, how far is the earth from the Sun? 150,000,000 km (More)
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Factor z3 - 2z2 + 9z - 18. (z2+ 9)(z- 2) (z2+ 2)(z- 9) (z2- 9)(z- 2)
Weegy: The factors z^3 - 2^2 + 9z - 18 are (z^2 + 9)(z - 2) User: Factor ab + bc + b2 + ac. b(a+b)(b+c) (a+c)(b+c) (a+b)(b+c) User: What are the dimensions of a rectangular box with a volume of 50b3 - 3 - 2b + 75b2? (2b+ 3); (5b- 1); (5b- 1) (2b+ 3); (5b+ 1); (5b- 1) (2b- 3); (5b- 1); (5b+ 1) Weegy: The answer is 50b3 + 75b2 - 2b - 3 = (2b + 3)(5b + 1)(5b - 1) User: Factor x2 + xy - 2x - 2y. (x+ 2)(x-y) (x+y)(x- 2) (x-y)(x+ 2) (More)
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ab + bc + b^2 + ac = (a + b)(b + c)
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x^2 + xy - 2x - 2y = (x + y)(x - 2)
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Factor x2 + xy - 2x - 2y. (x+ 2)(x-y) (x+y)(x- 2) (x-y)(x+ 2)
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x^2 + xy - 2x - 2y = (x + y)(x - 2)
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The first Christian Roman emperor was: Constantinople Diocletian Augustus Constantine
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The first christian roman emperor was Constantine the Great( also known as Constantine I or Saint Constantine, Roman Emperor from 306 to 337). Scholars debate whether Constantine adopted his mother St. Helena's Christianity in his youth, or whether he adopted it gradually over the course of his life.
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