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8. Which author portrayed upper-class Americans in his or her novels? A. Jack London B. Sarah Jewett C. Edith Wharton D. Stephen Crane
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35. What was the original purpose of the row house? A. To integrate lower-class neighborhoods. B. To provide inner-city housing for wealthy families. C. To provide single-family homes for working-class families. D. To alleviate slum conditions.
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The original purpose of the row house was: to provide single-family homes for working-class families.

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22. In the Southwest, many Mexicans earned a living as A. railroad workers and agricultural laborers. B. small business owners. C. dockworkers and canal diggers. D. household servants and mail carriers.
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35. What was the original purpose of the row house? A. To integrate lower-class neighborhoods. B. To provide inner-city housing for wealthy families. C. To provide single-family homes for working-class families. D. To alleviate slum conditions.
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The original purpose of the row house was: to provide single-family homes for working-class families.

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17. The law that states that the volume of a gas is directly proportional to its temperature in kelvins if the pressure and the number of particles is constant is A. Boyle s law. B. Bose s law. C. Einstein s law. D. Charles s
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The law that states that the volume of a gas is directly proportional to its temperature in kelvins if the pressure and the number of particles is constant is: Charles’s law.


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