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What proves to be Paris's fatal flaw? inability to understand poetic language and double-meanings mediocre looks his desire to defy social conventions his fiery temper and desire for violence
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Choose the answer that best describes the form of bias expressed in the following problem. A campaign pamphlet for a presidential candidate uses photographs of other candidates. The opposing candidates photos are cut-and-pasted into photographs of angry crowds, giving the appearance that people are upset or disapprove of the opposing candidates. This photo exemplifies_____. bias by arrangement point of view bias layout bias bias in a photo all of these
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Select four conjunctive adverbs. while when therefore nevertheless as if however consequently provided
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The four conjunctive adverbs are therefore, nevertheless, however, and consequently.
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Aristotle is known for which contribution to taxonomy? grouping living things into useful or harmful recording all the plant names of his time classifying animals into two main groups assigning two Latinized names to each species
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Aristotle is known for classifying animals into two main groups which contribution to taxonomy.
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Select all that apply. Receptors that provide animals with information from the external environment are located in the _____. ears skin blood vessels joints tongue eyes muscles nose User: Fish have mechanoreceptors along the sides of their body called _____. a lateral line system a bilateral system a radial line system setae
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Receptors that provide animals with information from the external environment are located in the ears, skin, tongue, eyes and nose.
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