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Which of the following describes how a moving neutron will interact with magnetic fields? A. It will both be affected by magnetic fields and create magnetic fields. B. It will neither be affected by magnetic fields nor create magnetic fields. C. It will be affected by magnetic fields, but will not create a magnetic field. D. It will not be affected by magnetic fields, but will create a magnetic field.
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Controversies over immigration have ignited new political action in many communities (Breenan, 142). What is the information in parentheses? A. a definition B. a note card code C. a source citation D. an outline code
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Controversies over immigration have ignited new political action in many communities (Breenan, 142). The information in parentheses is: A Source Citation.


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which conference was the Allied invasion of Italy agreed upon? A. Tehran B. Casablanca C. Yalta D. Potsdam
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The Allied invasion of Italy agreed upon the CASABLANCA conference.
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The Senate is made up of __________ senator(s) from each state. A. one B. two C. four D. five
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The Senate is made up of TWO senators from each state.
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