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In the United States, the Roman Catholics and Presbyterians are examples of a. sects. b. classes. c. cults. d. denominations.
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User: In the United States, the Roman Catholics and Presbyterians are examples of a. sects. b. classes. c. cults. d. denominations.

Weegy: B) sect
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User: By far, the largest single denomination in the United States is a. Judaism. b. Islam. c. Baptism. d. Catholicism

User: Today, _______ in the United States exceeds 10 million. a. Chinatown b. Germantown c. Little Italy d. Polonia

Weegy: b. Germantown
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