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What purpose do the em dashes in this sentence serve? A. They set apart a list. B. They restate the main idea. C. They reveal conflicting feelings. D. They set apart an abrupt change in thought.
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What committee decides which bills move to the House floor for debate and sets the terms for the debate? A. House Oversight Committee B. House Rules Committee C. House Ways and Means Committee D. House Appropriation Committee
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Sally is making a model of magnesium for her chemistry class. She has foam balls for the protons, neutrons, and electrons. She has added 6 neutrons to her model so far. How many more neutrons does she need to add to complete her neutral atom of magnesium? A. 3 B. 6 C. 9 D. 12
Weegy: Sally is making a model of magnesium for her chemistry class. She has foam balls for the protons, neutrons, and electrons. She has added 6 neutrons to her model so far. [ How many more neutrons does she need to add to complete her neutral atom of magnesium? ANS: B. 6 ] (More)
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What is the midpoint of a segment whose endpoints are (9, -9) and (-3, 7)? A. (3, -1) B. (6, 8) C. (-1, 3) D. (-8, 6)
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The midpoint of a segment whose endpoints are (9, -9) and (-3, 7) is (3, -1). M = [(x1+x2)/2, (y1+y2)/2]; M = [(9-3)/2, (-9+7)/2]; M = (6/2, -2/2); M = (3, -1)
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Who invented the steam engine? A. James Watt B. Eli Whitney C. Thomas Edison and Benjamin Franklin D. Thomas Savery and Thomas Newcomen
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Thomas Savery and Thomas Newcomen invented the steam engine.

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