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Points are usually labeled as: numbers capital letters lower case letters Roman numerals none of the above
Weegy: Points are usually labeled as: numbers. (More)
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Points are usually labeled as: capital letters.
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A point is represented by a: line dot square none of the above
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A point is represented by a: dot.
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The ancient power structures fortified into independent units of strength were called: fortresses city-states barracks assemblies
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The ancient power structures fortified into independent units of strength were called: City-states.

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As government becomes more complex, specialized workers are needed. a.True b.False
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As government becomes more complex, specialized workers are needed. TRUE.
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Nobles had overthrown most of the monarchs by: 400 B.C. 650 B.C. 750 B.C. 1000 B.C
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Nobles had overthrown most of the monarchs by: 750 B.C.

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