Which Renaissance artist was famous for his paintings of Mary and the infant Jesus, called Madonnas?

Raphael is an Italian High Renaissance painter and architect of the Florentine school, celebrated for the perfection and grace of his art.

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Which value for x makes the sentence true?
3x = -3x + 24 **Weegy:** 4 is the value of x that makes the 3x = -3x + 24 true. Solution: 3x = -3x + 24,
3x + 3x = 24,
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Which value of x makes the following equation true?
2(x + 10) = x + 25 **Weegy:** Which value of x makes the following equation true? 2(x + 10) = x + 25. The answer is 5. Solution: 2x + 20 = x + 25. 20 - 25 = x - 2x. -5 = -x. 5 = x. Checking: 2(5 + 10) = 5 + 25. 30 = 30. (More)

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Which value for x makes the sentence true?
2x - 2 = 10 **Weegy:** 6 is the value for x that makes the 2x - 2 = 10 true. Solution: 2x - 2 = 10,
2x = 10 + 2,
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Which book did fifteenth-century inventor Johannes Gutenberg print on his printing press?
A.
The Bible
B.
The Book of the Courtier
C.
The Prince
D.
The Divine Comedy
**Weegy:** A. The Bible is the the book fifteenth-century inventor Johannes Gutenberg printed on his printing press. (More)

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Which individual from the Renaissance is known as the "father of humanism" because of the education program he introduced?
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Dante
B.
Giotto
C.
Cosimo de' Medici
D.
Petrarch
**Weegy:** D. Petrarch is known as the "father of humanism" because of the education program he introduced.
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