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Which of the following statements is true? A. A convex lens is thicker in the middle and refracts light inward. B. A convex lens is thinner in the middle and refracts light inward. C. A convex lens is thicker in the middle and refracts light outward. D. A convex lens is thinner in the middle and refracts light outward.
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The following statement is true:
A convex lens is thicker in the middle and refracts light inward.
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Which of the following is an example of a public good? A. when the government defends the country B. a road C. administering education systems D. building a library
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A Road is an example of a public good.
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Drawing electoral-district boundaries in a way to favor a particular group is called? A. gerrymandering B. redistricting C. cheating D. salamandering
Weegy: A. gerrymandering is the practive of drawing electoral-district boundaries in a way to favor particular groups. User: Which of the following is NOT a type of public participation within the government to raise awareness? A. public hearing B. advisory committee C. ballot initiatives D. jury duty (More)
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Jury duty is NOT a type of public participation within the government to raise awareness.
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All of the following are types of debates EXCEPT which one? A. town hall debate B. single participant debate C. panel debate D. single moderator debate User: In which type of debate do journalists or experts question the candidates about the issues? A. panel debate B. single moderator debate C. town hall debate D. question answer debate
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All of the following are types of debates EXCEPT: single participant debate.
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In a panel debate, journalists or experts question the candidates about the issues.
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