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What is the height of an equilateral triangle with a side length of 5 inches?
Weegy: Use the pythagorean theorem. A^2 + B^2 = C^2. A = 5/2 = 2.5 and C = 5. Solve for B by subtracting 2.5^2 from 5^2 and taking the square root. The height of this triangle is approximately 4.33 inches. User: thanks for the help :) Weegy: You're welcome! Come back to weegy if you have any other questions! :) (More)
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Which statement below best explains why Robert E. Lee was so effective as a military general?
Weegy: He had qualities that were seen as strongly Confederate - a noble bearing, a willingness to take big risks, and a bold, thrusting style of attack that appealed to the rank-and-file. These bold thrusts, however, were mainly carried out by T.J. [ ("Stonewall" ) Jackson, who was very much the other half of the Lee phenomenon. Also, in his first year as an Army commander, Lee was facing Union generals who did not measure up to his calibre. ] (More)
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Why was it such a huge mistake for Civil War generals to adhere to Napoleon Bonaparte's famous military strategies?
Weegy: Bonaparte inspired a ragged, mutinous, half-starved army. He often times made poor judgments and was not a great innovator as a soldier himself, he just had good ideas about war. (More)
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conert 3 over 8 to a percent
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3/8 = 37.5%
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convert 3 over 8 to a percent
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3/8 = 37.5%
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