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Each main idea in a paragraph should be supported by ____ pieces of proof or evidence. two four five three none of the above
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While primary production refers to the synthesis of plant material, secondary productivity refers to the synthesis of _____.
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While primary production refers to the synthesis of plant material, secondary productivity refers to the synthesis of animal tissue.
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Spanish conquistador conquered the Aztecs
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Hernán Cortés: Spanish conquistador conquered the Aztecs.

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Mendel's principle of dominance suggests a _____ gene will always be masked by the presence of a _____ gene. haploid diploid recessive dominant
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What best defines isolationism? America became more involved in European affairs. The relation of protection and control by a stronger nation. The U.S. policy of not being involved in world affairs.
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The U.S. policy of not being involved in world affairs best defines isolationism.
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