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After a summit meeting with Soviet Premier Khrushchev in 1961, President Kennedy A. increased the defense budget. B. enlarged the armed forces by 300,000. C. sent 40,000 additional troops to Europe. D. all of the above
Weegy: The answer is D. all of the above User: Which of the following statements about John F. Kennedy is not true? A. During Prohibition, John F. Kennedy smuggled liquor into the United States from Canada. B. Kennedy served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. C. Kennedy served in the House of Representatives. D. Kennedy served in the Senate. Weegy: During Prohibition, John F. Kennedy smuggled liquor into the United States from Canada.- is not a true statement about John F. Kennedy. (More)
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Which countries were involved in the Cuban Missile Crisis? A. Cuba B. The Soviet Union C. The United States D. All of the above User: Who was the Soviet leader during the Cuban missile crisis? A. Nikita Khrushchev B. Josef Stalin C. Leonid Brezhnev D. Mikhail Gorbachev
Weegy: A. Nikita Khrushchev User: Following the Bay of Pigs invasion, the Soviet Union pledged to defend Cuba against any attack from the United States. A. true B. false User: Which of the following statements about the resolution of the Cuban missile crisis is not true? A. Fidel Castro was overthrown by members of his own party. B. The United States pledged not to invade Cuba. C. The Soviets removed all missiles from Cuba. D. The United States removed missiles from Turkey. Weegy: The answer is d. The United States removed missiles from Turkey. That statement is not true. User: What was President Kennedy's first move in the Cuban Missile Crisis? A. He sent U.S. warships to blockade Cuba. B. He launched an invasion of Cuba. C. He bombed Cuba. D. He threatened to use nuclear weapons against Cuba and the Soviet Union. Weegy: President Kennedy's first move in the Cuban Missile Crisis was that he sent U.S. warships to blockade Cuba. User: The Bay of Pigs invasion A. was carried out by 1,500 Cuban exiles, trained by the CIA. B. was moderately successful. C. greatly increased the credibility of the United States. D. hurt President Kennedy's approval rating. Weegy: The Bay of Pigs invasion was carried out by 1,500 Cuban exiles, trained by the CIA. User: How did the United States learn that there were missiles in Cuba? A. Spies obtained the information. B. Khrushchev bragged about the missiles on the floor of the United Nations. C. Castro told President Kennedy. D. Arial photos revealed the presence of the missiles. Weegy: the answer is D User: The Berlin Wall was one of the lasting ... (More)
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Which is the correct path that air takes to deliver oxygen to the bloodstream? A. Bronchi, nasal hairs, windpipe, trachea B. Nasal hairs, bronchi, alveoli, trachea C. Nasal hairs, windpipe, bronchi, alveoli D. Alveoli, bronchi, trachea, nasal hairs
Weegy: The answer is C.Nasal hairs, windpipe, bronchi, alveoli.. ***Air enters trachea (wind pipe) via nostrils. From trechea it goes into left and right bronchus. [ It is then channeled into progressively narrower channels and finally it reaches alveoli where gaseous exchange occurs. This whole event is assisted by movement of diaphragm and of ribs. ] User: If a patient’s lung volumes (L) are as follows, what is her TLC? IRV - 1.9 TV - 0.5 ERV - 0.7 RV - 1.1 A. 0.7315 L B. 4.2 L C. 2.38 L D. Unable to determine based on data Weegy: A. Bronchi, nasal hairs, windpipe, trachea (More)
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