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The quantum mechanical model of the atom ____. a. defines the exact path of an electron around the nucleus b. was proposed by Niels Bohr c. involves the probability of finding an electron in a certain position d. has many analogies in the visible world
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The quantum mechanical model of the atom: c. involves the probability of finding an electron in a certain position.
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The turning point of the play occurs when A. Caesar is assassinated B. Brutus allows Antony to speak C. Brutus makes his own speech D. Antony speaks at Caesar s funeral audience
Weegy: D. Antony speaks at Caesar???s funeral audience User: In The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, what are the connotations of Antony’s image of Caesar as a hart, or deer? a. untamed, shy, hidden c. timid, weak, quick to flee b. gentle, attractive, tender d. free, noble, proud Weegy: d. free, noble, proud (More)
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The turning point of the play occurs when Brutus allows Antony to speak.
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According to the following statement, what mistake is the cause of Cassius problems in The Tragedy of Julius Caesar? Flatterers! Now, Brutus, thank yourself; / This tongue had not offended so today, / If Cassius might have ruled. a. not following his instincts and killing Antony along with Caesar b. not paying enough attention to the words of Antony c. not flattering Antony to get on his good side d. not inviting Antony to join the conspiracy against Caesar
Weegy: a. not following his instincts and killing Antony along with Caesar User: what is the effect of Cassius’ belief that he is doomed to die? a. He tries to enjoy each moment of his life. b. He takes unnecessary risks. c. He loses all hope of surviving the battle. d. He fears being captured.' Weegy: The effect of Cassius’ belief that he is doomed to die is that: c. He loses all hope of surviving the battle. (More)
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______________ are what the speaker uses to prompt action on the part of the audience. a. Exigencies c. Problems b. Constraints d. Ideographs
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Exigencies are what the speaker uses to prompt action on the part of the audience.
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