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Q: The chariot helped this group to become one of the most powerful empires in the world. They didn't just adapt the chariot from other groups, they perfected it. Their design made it light enough to be
carried by two men, and the axle was moved to the rear to increase speed and stability. Egyptians Hittites Hyksos
A: The chariot helped this group to become one of the most powerful empires in the world. They didn't just adapt the chariot from other groups, they perfected it. [ Their design made it light enough to be carried by two men, and the axle was moved to the rear to increase speed and stability. Read more: ]
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User: The chariot helped this group to become one of the most powerful empires in the world. They didn't just adapt the chariot from other groups, they perfected it. Their design made it light enough to be carried by two men, and the axle was moved to the rear to increase speed and stability. Egyptians Hittites Hyksos

Weegy: The chariot helped this group to become one of the most powerful empires in the world. They didn't just adapt the chariot from other groups, they perfected it. [ Their design made it light enough to be carried by two men, and the axle was moved to the rear to increase speed and stability. Read more: ]
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User: The chariot helped this group to become one of the most powerful empires in the world. They didn't just adapt the chariot from other groups, they perfected it. Their design made it light enough to be carried by two men, and the axle was moved to the rear to increase speed and stability. a. Egyptians b. Hittites c. Hyksos

Weegy: b. Hittites
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User: As evidenced by names, crops, religion, and manufacturing, the Mycenaean civilization adopted much of its culture from the _____. a. Mesopotamians b. Persians c. Minoans d. Sumerians

Weegy: a. Mesopotamians
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The method used to determine the equivalence point of an acid-base solution is called? a. eutralization b. precipitation c. titration d. hydration
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The method used to determine the equivalence point of an acid-base solution is called precipitation.

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The method used to determine the equivalence point of an acid-base solution is called: TITRATION.
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As per my understanding, the answer should be precipitation as we use titration methodology in precipitation method. Precipitation method is used for determining equivalence point.
Added 170 days ago|12/30/2017 7:37:43 AM
The precipitation method is a form of titration (and not even the best, or most applicable, method), so the basic answer is "titration".
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