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New Mexico, California, and Texas have the largest percentages of Latino populations. This information is A. a summary of facts. B. source information. C. a direct quotation. D. a sub-topic.
Weegy: B. source information User: Growing political pressure to address immigration is met with resistance by an increasing Hispanic population. What evidence BEST supports this student's topic statement? A. "Most of the laws relating to immigration were codified by the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952." B. "Data released by the U.S. Census Bureau in 2004 showed that by 2003 Hispanics/Latinos had become the largest minority group in the U.S." C. "Granting amnesty encourages the violation of our laws, and perpetuates illegal immigration." D. "Two other states with large Latino populations- Florida and New York- had much higher percentages of Latinos of Central or South American or Caribbean ancestry." Weegy: Post all the choices please. Thanks! User: Which source is likely to be the MOST unbiased? A. Immigration and America: A History by Sarah Stanley, PhD. Harvard University Press, 2002. B. Good Fences Make Good Neighbors: Why We Must Increase Border Security by Ron Riley. Bass Press, 2006. C. "America's Crisis" call-in talk radio show transcript. KNNN. October 12, 2001. D. Libertdad! pamphlet produced by the Center for Immigrant Rights, 2005. Weegy: D. Libertdad! pamphlet produced by the Center for Immigrant Rights, 2005. User: What two situations can result in plagiarism? A. Using a direct quotation or paraphrasing information from a source. B. Synthesizing information from wide readings and developing a research topic. C. Using a direct quotation without quotation marks and citation, and paraphrasing without citation. D. Writing about generally accepted knowledge and failing to support an argument with evidence. Weegy: C. Using a direct quotation without quotation marks and citation, and paraphrasing without citation. User: According to estimates by the Pew Hispanic Center, more than 11 million unauthorized migrants were living in the U.S. as of March 2005; of ... (More)
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Which of the following is an example of a public good? A. when the government defends the country B. a road C. administering education systems D. building a library
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A Road is an example of a public good.
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In the First Amendment, what is meant by “right to petition the government for a redress of grievances”? A. the right to impeach the president B. the right to run for office in order to change a law C. the right to practice any religion or not practice religion at all D. the right to send a complaint to the government asking for a resolution
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In the First Amendment, the "right to petition the government for a redress of grievances" means the right to send a complaint to the government asking for a resolution.

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what is 5 times 2
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5x2 = 10
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