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Which of the following describes the explorations of John Cabot in the late fifteenth century? He sailed under the flag of Italy. He was the first to circumnavigate the globe. He sailed east
to discover new trade routes. He sailed under the flag of England.
He sailed under the flag of England.
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User: Which of the following describes the explorations of John Cabot in the late fifteenth century? He sailed under the flag of Italy. He was the first to circumnavigate the globe. He sailed east to discover new trade routes. He sailed under the flag of England.

Weegy: He sailed under the flag of England.
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User: What locational problem did using the astrolabe help to solve? The astrolabe could determine the correct latitudinal location of the ship. The astrolabe made it possible to cut through heavy seas. The astrolabe could determine the correct longitude location of the ship. The astrolabe made it possible to steer into the wind

Weegy: The astrolabe could determine the correct longitude location of the ship.
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User: What locational problem did using the astrolabe help to solve? The astrolabe could determine the correct latitudinal location of the ship. The astrolabe made it possible to cut through heavy seas. The astrolabe could determine the correct longitude location of the ship. The astrolabe made it possible to steer into the wind.

Weegy: The astrolabe could determine the correct longitude location of the ship.
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Organisms that have two different alleles for a trait are said to be A. homozygous. B. heterozygous. C. purebred. D. recessive.
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Organisms that have two different alleles for a trait are said to be: HETEROZYGOUS.
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