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Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were charged, convicted, and executed specifically for: A. being members of the communist party. B. violating the Smith Act. C. passing secrets about nuclear science to the Soviets. D. being subversive and disloyal Americans.
Weegy: 3. passing secrets about nuclear science to the Soviets. User: Television programs in the 1950s often A. did not allow commercial advertising. B. dealt with real-life problems, such as illness, alcoholism, and depression. C. gave equal air time to African American and other minority characters and stories. D. idealized families centered around the father as breadwinner and the mother as homemaker. Weegy: D. idealized families centered around the father as breadwinner and the mother as homemaker. User: What was the chief complaint of conservatives against the New Deal? A. promoted free enterprise and individualism B. made the government too powerful C. brought changes that were too radical for most Americans D. concerned only with saving the banking system Weegy: B. made the government too powerful. User: Which industry division decreased the most between 1947 and 1957? A. manufacturing B. other production C. wholesale/retail trade D. other services Weegy: D. Services (More)
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Manufacturing decreased the most between 1947 and 1957.
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As American forces approached Japan, Japanese forces A. won an important victory in the Philippines. B. conquered every island the United States held. C. surrendered quickly and joined the Allied forces. D. fought to the end, preferring to kill themselves rather than surrender.
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What is the relationship in which the ratio of the manipulated variable and the responding variable is constant? A. inverse proportion B. direct proportion C. slope D. interdependent
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Direct proportion is the relationship in which the ratio of the manipulated variable and the responding variable is constant.
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The phase change in which a substance changes from a solid to a liquid is A. freezing. B. melting. C. sublimation. D. condensation.
Weegy: The phase change in which a substance changes from a solid to a liquid is melting. User: The phase change in which a substance changes from a gas directly to a solid is A. condensation. B. vaporization. C. deposition. D. sublimation. User: Which of the following phase changes is an endothermic change? A. condensation B. vaporization C. deposition D. freezing Weegy: Vaporization is an endothermic change. (More)
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The phase change in which a substance changes from a gas directly to a solid is deposition.
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In an experiment, if doubling the manipulated variable results in a doubling of the responding variable, the relationship between the variables is a(an)
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In an experiment, if doubling the manipulated variable results in a doubling of the responding variable, the relationship between the variables is a: Direct Proportion
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