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The total energy of the universe remains constant. True False User: The total energy of the universe remains constant. True False?
Weegy: Total energy may or may not be constant, given the nature of black holes and dark energy. No one, at the moment, can state if the energy is constant or not because no one knows everthing about the universe. [ There might be a phenomenon whic actually 'creates' energy. ] (More)
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The total energy of the universe remains constant. True.
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After two hours, 1/16 of the initial amount of a certain radioactive isotope remains undecayed. The half-life of the isotope is: 15 minutes 30 minutes 45 minutes 60 minutes
Weegy: The half life is 15 minutes. User: A hydrogen atom is in its ground state when its orbital electron: is within the nucleus has escaped from the atom is in its lowest energy level is stationary User: The uncertainty principle states that: Moving bodies exhibit both particle and wave properties. Moving charged particles resemble electromagnetic waves in their behavior. Neither the position nor the mass of a particle can ever be precisely determined. The position and momentum of a particle cannot be precisely determined. Weegy: The position and momentum of a particle cannot be precisely determined. (More)
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What kind of lasting effects did the Spanish-American War have on the United States?
Weegy: The formal peace negotiations took place in Paris, beginning on Oct. 1, 1898. The American representatives had committed themselves to an expansive imperialistic policy for the United States. [ Spain granted Cuba its independence, and the United States was given Puerto Rico and Guam. The difficult issue was the Philippines. McKinley was undecided on what to do about the 7,000-island former Spanish colony. Soon, however, he was caught up in the fervor of imperialism that was sweeping the United States. He finally concluded that "the march of events rules and overrules human action." The Philippines would be annexed, and- in the words of New York Tribune editor Whitelaw Reid- the Philippines would "convert the Pacific Ocean into an American lake." Spain parted with the Philippines in exchange for a payment of 20 million dollars from the United States. In so doing Spain lost the last remnants of its world empire and for the first time in centuries it could concentrate on internal problems and development. The United States, in contrast, gained an empire. The flush of victory was soon dissipated, however, and the nation became fiercely divided over the matter of imperialism. To keep the Philippines the United States fought a bloody three-year guerrilla war. The United States found itself doing in the Philippines precisely what it had condemned Spain for doing in Cuba. In moving forcefully into the Pacific, the United States soon found itself in competition with the rising power of Japan. As early as the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt, the groundwork had already been laid for conflict with Japan in World War II. The Spanish-American War assured that the Panama Canal would be built (since the United States now needed a two-ocean navy) and thus that commerce would flow to both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. The war also advanced the career of the assistant secretary of the Navy, Theodore Roosevelt, who won the vice-presidency in 1900 and became president in ... (More)
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Power is the time rate of change of work. True False
Weegy: ability: possession of the qualities (especially mental qualities) required to do something or get something done; "danger heightened his powers of discrimination" User: Chemical reactions drive electrons from the negative terminal to the positive terminal within the battery. True False Weegy: True. Chemical reactions drive electrons from the negative terminal to the positive terminal within the battery. (More)
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George W. Bush defeated John Kerry,Al Gore, Edward Kennedy in the 2004 presidential election.
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George W. Bush defeated JOHN KERRY in the 2004 presidential election.
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