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Which US region is most often considered a historical center for finance, medicine, education, and commerce? A. the West Coast B. the Midwest C. the Northeast D. the South
Weegy: D. South User: Which region in the United States is most likely to have a population of predominantly Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, German, and Polish backgrounds? A. the West Coast B. the Midwest C. the Northeast D. the South Weegy: B. the Midwest region of the United States experienced the greatest increase in population by percentage from 2000 to 2004.. (More)
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The Northeast US region is most often considered a historical center for finance, medicine, education, and commerce.
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The Midwest region in the United States is most likely to have a population of predominantly Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, German, and Polish backgrounds.
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Over half of the African American population in the United States lives in the __________. A. Northeast B. West C. Midwest D. South
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Over half of the African American population in the United States lives in the South.
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Though no longer a series of colonies, the United States retains close ties to Britain as __________. A. a commonwealth B. a dependency C. a dominion D. part of a “special relationship”
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Though no longer a series of colonies, the United States retains close ties to Britain as part of a “special relationship”.

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One immediate outcome of the Battle of Thermopylae was that Athens and Sparta finally united. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
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One immediate outcome of the Battle of Thermopylae was that Athens and Sparta finally united. FALSE.
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Though no longer a series of colonies, the United States retains close ties to Britain as Special Relationship.

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