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Why did Justinian want to reform the law of the Byzantine Empire?
Weegy: Justinian I want to reform the law of the Byzantine Empire because: The code needed to be reorganized. User: Why did Justinian I fail to regain all of the former provinces of the old Roman Empire? His general made military blunders. His troops mutinied. He ran out of money. He didn't equip his troops well. Weegy: He didn't equip his troops well. User: “A person who takes a thing belonging to another by force is liable to an action of theft, for who can be said to take the property of another more against his will than he who takes it by force?” —Justinian Code, Institutes, Book IV, Chapter 2 According to the law above, which of the following is a theft? a person who spreads vicious rumors about others. a person who takes another person’s wallet by force a person who borrows a painting and forgets to return it a person who steals someone else’s identity Weegy: According to the law above, "a person who takes another person’s wallet by force" is a theft. (More)
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y = 2x + 6 and 3y = 6x + 18
Weegy: There is no solution as 1st equation we can say is 6x + 3y = 6 and the second says 6x + 3y = 12. We know that this cannot have two solutions. User: Which pair of terms contain opposite coefficients? 3 and –3 –3 and –3 3x and 3x –3x and 3x Weegy: -3x and 3x. A number and coefficient means there is a variable and a number. If it's opposites, then that means one has to be negative. (More)
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Phillip bought 12 used CDs and DVDs. CDs cost $2 each and DVDs cost $3 each. He spent $31 not including tax. How many DVDs did Phillip buy?
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