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Wordsworth's "1802" is an address to which famous English poet
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Which theory suggests that the moon and the earth formed at the same time from dust from the solar nebula that formed the Sun? impact theory co-formation theory capture theory synchronous theory
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100 K = _____ -173°C 0°C 100°C 373°C
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100 K = -173°C

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143°C = _____ -130 K 0 K 143 K 416 K
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143°C = 416 K

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The Victorian Age is characterized by variety in thoughts and lifestyles.
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The Victorian Age is characterized by variety in thoughts and lifestyles. TRUE.

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