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What did the popular pamphlet Common Sense encourage the American colonists to do? A. pledge their loyal to the king B. pledge their loyalty to France C. fight for independence from Great Britain D. fight for a repeal of Great Britain's restrictive policies
Weegy: What did the popular pamphlet Common Sense encourage the American colonists to do?B. pledge their loyalty to France (More)
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The popular pamphlet Common Sense, written by Thomas Paine, encourage the American colonists to C. fight for independence from Great Britain. This pamphlet is often called the writing that sparked a revolution.

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Belle, the cat, is looking down at a 12° angle from the top of a tree that is 30 ft tall, when she spots a bird on the ground. How far away is Belle from the bird? Round to the nearest hundredth. A. 88.09 ft B. 36 ft C. 20 ft D. 30.67 ft
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Which is the best summary of this information for a note card? A. In the seventies and eighties, minority populations did not grow. B. White populations are expected to shrink in the next decade. C. By 2020, Hispanics will be the largest minority population in the U.S. D. Asians are the fastest growing U.S. minority population.
Weegy: Answer: C. By 2020, Hispanics will be the largest minority population in the U.S. SUMMARY NOTE CARD: This type of note card is used if you want to record only the general idea of large amounts of material. [ This is usually done either in outline or bulleted form. Even though you are not using the author’s exact words, the ideas you are using are not yours and therefore must be cited. ] (More)
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