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Cosmic microwave background radiation found uniformly spread throughout the universe is supposed to be _____. A. a heat imprint from the big crunch B. radio waves from distant galaxies C. proof
that the universe is expanding D. a heat or energy imprint from the big bang
The answer is C. proof that the universe is expanding
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User: Cosmic microwave background radiation found uniformly spread throughout the universe is supposed to be _____. A. a heat imprint from the big crunch B. radio waves from distant galaxies C. proof that the universe is expanding D. a heat or energy imprint from the big bang

Weegy: The answer is C. proof that the universe is expanding
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User: Which law best describes why the planets are pulled toward the Sun and orbit it? Newton's law of universal gravitation Kepler's law of ellipses Newton's 2nd law of motion Newton's 3rd law of motion

Weegy: The answer is Newton's 3rd law of motion
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User: If equal force were applied to a basketball and a baseball, which would travel further, according to Newton's 2nd law of motion?

Weegy: The basketball.
Expert answered|alfred123|Points 77|

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