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Which of the following was not a part of Dalton's atomic theory? A. All elements are made of atoms. B. Atoms are always moving. C. Atoms of the same element have similar mass and size. D. Atoms combine in simple ratios. User: Rutherford's experiment showed that subatomic particles A. all have similar sizes and characteristics. B. do not influence the behavior of an atom. C. are the same size and shape as the atom. D. don't take up most of the space in an atom. ...
Weegy: B. do not influence the behavior of an atom (More)
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The statement that is NOT part of Dalton's atomic theory is: Atoms are always moving.
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Rutherford's gold foil experiment showed that subatomic particles: don't take up most of the space in an atom.
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Niels Bohr proposed his model of the atom about ________ years ago. A. 50 B. 100 C. 200 D. 400
Weegy: Neils Bohr proposed his model of the atom about 100 years ago. User: The modern atomic model is also sometimes called the ________ model. A. quark B. Einstein C. final frontier D. quantum mechanical Weegy: The modern atomic model is also sometimes called the quantum mechanical model. (More)
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Why did Captain Cook lay out a set of rules for trading with the people of Tahiti? A. It was his intention to swindle them. B. He wanted to maximize the value of his trade items. C. Certain trade goods had been intended only for certain islands. D. It was important to honor previous trade agreements with native peoples.
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The answer is , B. He wanted to maximize the value of his trade items. ; In Order to prevent Confusion and Quarrels between the crew of Capt. Cook and the Natives, and would infallibly lessen the value of such Articles to trafick with.
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How many feet are in 96 inches? 10 6 8 4 User: What is the greatest number which can be made using each of the digits 5,3,1,4,7? 75,431 75,413 74,531 77,431
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One foot is 12 inches, therefore 96 inches is equal to 8 feet.
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What population characteristic makes visual storytelling important? A. illiteracy B. curiosity C. fluency D. artistry
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D. artistry
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