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Which of the following tends to increase when a country is becoming more democratic? (3 points) Select one: a. resources b. poverty c. literacy d. crime
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saging, provide a link to a source which confirms your answer.

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I am sorry i forgot the link.
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If 3.2 moles of NaCl are dissolved in enough water to make a 0.98-liter solution, what is the molarity of the solution? (3 points) Select one: a. 0.31 M NaCl b. 0.77 M NaCl c. 1.3 M NaCl d. 3.3 M NaCl
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The Articles of Confederation placed most government power and responsibility with the (3 points) Select one: a. local governments b. state governments c. federal government d. national government
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What does the lion represent? Why did the rulers of England include so many of them on the Coat of Arms?
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