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What do these terms have in common? Google, Yahoo!, Bing
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User: What do these terms have in common? Google, Yahoo!, Bing

Weegy: They are all search engines.
Expert answered|samn|Points 2124|

User: Identify the source described as primary, secondary , or tertiary . a newspaper account of the President of the United States' latest press conference

Weegy: Answer: secondary. newspaper account of the President of the United States' latest press conference is a secondary source. [ a newspaper article reporting what a scientist says at a press conference is a great secondary source documenting what a scientist stated. ]
Expert answered|piash|Points 2165|



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