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Mark three factors that drew rural people to the cities.
higher wages, or money
to join the Ku Klux Klan
greater opportunities for advancement in society
cities were centers of entertainment, trends and popular lifestyles
to defend traditional values and ideas

Weegy: The three factors that drew rural people to the cities. higher wages, greater opportunities for advancement in society, and cities were centers of entertainment, trends and popular lifestyles. (More)

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Asked 11/7/2012 7:41:43 AM

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_____ is the colonization of smaller countries by industrial nations for raw materials.
Colonialism
Imperialism
Militarism
Nationalism

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Imperialism is the colonization of smaller countries by industrial nations for raw materials.

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Needing a better economic situation prior to World War II, _____ was determined to take control of islands in the Pacific Ocean that had much-needed rubber and oil resources.

Weegy: Needing a better economic situation prior to World War II, Japan was determined to take control of islands in the Pacific Ocean that had much-needed rubber and oil resources.
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Each cabin had exactly 8 occupants. The number of occupants for all of the cabins was 208. How many cabins were there altogether? a.200
b.216
c.26
d.1664

Weegy: b.216 User: 6 1/4 x 3 3/5 = Weegy: x+(4)/(x)+2=x+(1)/(x)+5
To add fractions, the denominators must be equal. The denominators can be made equal by finding the least common denominator (LCD). In this case, the LCD is x. [ Next, multiply each fraction by a factor of 1 that will create the LCD in each of the fractions.
x+(4)/(x)+2=x*(x)/(x)+(1)/(x)+5*(x)/(x)
Multiply x by x to get x^(2).
x+(4)/(x)+2=(x^(2))/(x)+(1)/(x)+5*(x)/(x)
Multiply 5 by x to get 5x.
x+(4)/(x)+2=(x^(2))/(x)+(1)/(x)+(5x)/(x)
Combine the numerators of all expressions that have common denominators.
x+(4)/(x)+2=(x^(2)+1+5x)/(x)
Reorder the polynomial x^(2)+1+5x alphabetically from left to right, starting with the highest order term.
x+(4)/(x)+2=(x^(2)+5x+1)/(x)
Find the LCD (least common denominator) of x+(4)/(x)+2+((x^(2)+5x+1))/(x).
Least common denominator: x
Multiply each term in the equation by x in order to remove all the denominators from the equation.
x*x+(4)/(x)*x+2*x=(x^(2)+5x+1)/(x)*x
Cancel the common factor of x in the denominator of the first term (4)/(x) and the second term x.
x*x+(4)/( x )* x +2*x=(x^(2)+5x+1)/(x)*x
Reduce the expression by removing the common factor of x in the denominator of the first term (4)/(x) and the second term x.
x*x+4*1+2*x=(x^(2)+5x+1)/(x)*x
Multiply x by x to get x^(2).
x^(2)+4*1+2*x=(x^(2)+5x+1)/(x)*x
Multiply 4 by 1 to get 4.
x^(2)+4+2*x=(x^(2)+5x+1)/(x)*x
Multiply 2 by x to get 2x.
x^(2)+4+2x=(x^(2)+5x+1)/(x)*x
Reorder the polynomial x^(2)+4+2x alphabetically from left to right, starting with the highest order term.
x^(2)+2x+4=(x^(2)+5x+1)/(x)*x
Cancel the common factor of x from the denominator of the first expression and the numerator of the second expression.
x^(2)+2x+4=(x^(2)+5x+1)/( x )* x
Cancel the common factor of x from the denominator of the first expression and the numerator of the second expression.
x^(2)+2x+4=(x^(2)+5x+1)
Remove the parentheses around the expression x^(2)+5x+1.
x^(2)+2x+4=x^(2)+5x+1
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Read the sentence.
If you finish your yard work, you can take the car to the movie.
What type of clause is underlined in this sentence?

Weegy: The clause 'If you finish your yard work' is an adverb clause. (More)

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