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Read the following sentence. Family names derived from people's surroundings were common in the Middle Ages. Which of the following sentences is NOT true? (1 point) The sentence includes a past participle. The participial phrase modifies the words Middle Ages. The participial phrase is essential. No commas are needed. The participial phrase is derived from people's surroundings.
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Family names derived from people's surroundings were common in the Middle Ages.
The statement that is not true is: The participial phrase modifies the words Middle Ages. It modifies names.
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One more rectangular-shaped piece of metal siding needs to be cut to cover the exterior of a pole barn. The area of the piece is 30 ft². The length is 1 less than 3 times the width. How wide should the metal piece be? Round to the nearest hundredth of a foot. (1 point) 3.33 ft 4.3 ft 1 ft 30 ft
Weegy: or 8. Let width = x then length = 3x -1 area = l*w ATQ 30 ft^2 = xft*(3x-1)ft 30 = 3x^2 - x ...3x^2 - x - 30 = 0... 3x^2 -10x + 9x - 30 = 0.. x(3x - 10) +3(3x - 10) = 0... [ (x + 3)(3x - 10) = 0 so x = -3 or x = 10/3 length cannot be negative so x = 10/3 = 3.33333..... so ans is 3.33 ft ] (More)
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Soils can be quite different from one another, due mainly to the different amounts of _________ they contain. (1 point) diamond, graphite, and silicates erosion, weathering, and sedimentation iron, nickel, and silicates sand, silt, clay, and organic matter
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