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The man wanted the dog to go in front of him so that the dog would a. find the trail c. test the ice b. set the pace d. scare off wild animals
The man wanted the dog to go in front of him so that the dog would: a. find the trail
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User: The man wanted the dog to go in front of him so that the dog would a. find the trail c. test the ice b. set the pace d. scare off wild animals





Weegy: The man wanted the dog to go in front of him so that the dog would: a. find the trail
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User: The man stopped to make a second fire in order a. prepare his lunch. c. wait out the cold snap. b. give his dog a break. d. dry his socks and moccasins.

Weegy: The man stopped to make a second fire in order to: d. dry his socks and moccasins.
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User: According to the old-timer on Sulphur Creek, what was the man’s biggest mistake? a. traveling alone c. failing to bring extra clothes b. stopping for too long at lunch d. not watching for hidden springs

Weegy: According to the old-timer on Sulphur Creek, what was the man’s biggest mistake? a. traveling alone
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User: Why was it so difficult for the man to light the last fire? a. The fuel was too cold. c. His hands were frozen. b. The matches were old. d. The firewood was damp.

Weegy: Why was it so difficult for the man to light the last fire? a. The fuel was too cold.
Expert answered|alfred123|Points 1171|

User: When the man first tried to eat his lunch, he could not because a. his food was frozen. c. his frozen beard held his mouth shut. b. he couldn’t unwrap the package. d. he was shaking from the cold.

Weegy: When the man first tried to eat his lunch, he could not because: c. his frozen beard held his mouth shut
Expert answered|alfred123|Points 1171|

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