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The Articles of Confederation limited the powers of what body? A. national government B. state government C. state military D. Supreme Court
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Rachel Carson's book Silent Spring, published in 1962, exposed the dangers of numerous poisons present in the environment. Her book and the resulting public concern led directly to the passage of which act? A. the 1965 Water Quality Act, which required states to clean up their rivers and other waterways B. the 1967 Air Quality Act, which set federal air pollution guidelines and extended enforcement powers C. the 1965 Wilderness Preservation Act, which prohibited the use of pesticides in ...
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Rachel Carson's book Silent Spring, published in 1962, and the resulting public concern, led directly to the passage of (A.) the 1965 Water Quality Act, which required states to clean up their rivers and other waterways.
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Which of the following elements has eight valence electrons? A. argon B. beryllium C. chromium D. oxygen
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The elements that has eight valence electrons is (A) argon.
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The principle of conservation of matter states that matter is neither created nor destroyed, but it can _____. A. grow larger B. leave Earth C. alter its shape D. change its form
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The principle of conservation of matter states that matter is neither created nor destroyed, but it can change its form.
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