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1. compilation of dictionaries
2. first to use quoted literature in etymologies
3. dictionary of every English word and its origin
4. dictionary of synonyms
5. derivations
6. booklist
7. grammatical function
8. British dictionary stressing Standard English
9. first to include American terms in a dictionary
10. D.A.E. **Weegy:** May i know what is exactly your question? Thanks! (More)

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The law of mass action suggests thatThe law of mass action suggests that _____.
_____.
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An equation _____ has one solution.
always
sometimes
never
**Weegy:** It's either a trick question, [ or the person who wrote the question is guilty of fuzzy thinking.
a linear (1st order) equation will have one solution
a quadratic (2nd order) equation will have two solutions
a cubic (3rd order) equation will have three solutions
...
an nth order equation will have n solutions.
An equation may have more than one solution, or the solution(s) may be complex, rather than real, but it will always have one solution - and sometimes more than one.
Had the question been "An equation _____ has only one solution", the answer would have been #2, "sometimes". ] **User:** Select the equation that most accurately depicts the word problem.
A class of 19 pupils has five more girls than boys. Let n = the number of boys.
n + (n + 19) = 5
n + (n + 5) = 19
n - (n + 5) = 19
n + (n - 19) = 5
**Weegy:** 1. Simplify each side if needed
2. Use Add./Sub. Properties to move the variable term to one side and all other terms to the other side.
3. Use Mult./Div. Properties to remove any values that are in front of the variable.
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Choose the category of connective used in the following example:
He won the race easily. Nevertheless, his attitude prevented the team from being truly happy.
take away or limit a preceding idea
indicate order
show consequence
indicate repetition of an idea
show space relationship **Weegy:** Cause and effect is the category of connective. (More)

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