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After writing the correct formulas for the reactants and products, the equation is balanced by a. adjusting subscripts to the formula(s). b. adjusting coefficients to the smallest whole-number ratio. c. changing the products formed. d. making the number of reactants equal to the number of products
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the idea that citizens of each new territory should be allowed to decide if they wanted to permit slavery or not
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Despite being _______________, Robert E. Lee signed on as a Confederate General because he was __________________. a. anti-slavery / pro-Virginia c. anti-slavery / pro-secession b. anti-union / pro-slavery d. anti-secession / pro-slavery
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Despite being anti-slavery, Robert E. Lee signed on as a Confederate General because he was pro-Virginia.
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