who as a relative pronoun what is it? The salesman who sold it to me was effective. or, Who was he?

The correct use of who as a pronoun is "The salesman who sold it to me was effective."

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Select interior, exterior, or on the circle (x - 5) 2 + (y + 3) 2 = 25 for the following point.
(0, - 3)?
interior,
exterior or,
on the circle? **Weegy:** (0, - 3) is in exterior of circle (x - 5) 2 + (y + 3) 2 = 25. (More)

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Find the coordinates for the midpoint of the segment with endpoints given.
(10, 6) and (-4, 8)?
(7, 7),
(3, 7)or.
(7, 3)? **Weegy:** (3, 7) (More)

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Find the distance between these points.
R(-1, 0), S(8, 6)?
v(26),
v(85)or,
v(117)? **Weegy:** the distance should be 11
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can you help find the distance between these points. R(-1, 0), S(8, 6)? v(26), v(85)or is it , v(117)? **Weegy:** The distance between R(-1, 0) and S(8, 6) is 9 units along the x axis and 6 units along the y axis. Using pythagoras, the total distance is the square root of (81 + 36) = sqrt (117) = 10.8. (More)

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The sentence Dad brought presents for her and me is grammatically correct.?
True or its
False? **Weegy:** False, it is not grammatically correct. (More)

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Updated 6/7/2012 3:49:39 PM

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Dad brought presents for her and me. This is grammatically correct. Both her and me are objective pronouns.

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Confirmed by andrewpallarca [5/31/2014 6:59:40 AM]

False

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Flagged by Janet17 [6/8/2014 5:59:39 PM]

This is correct. There is a way that you can always tell if the pronouns are correct... For example, this sentence would appear like this.... Dad brought presents for me. Or Dad brought presents for I. Which was is correct? ME, that is right, so with this being said, the sentence, Dad brought presents for her and me. Is correct. Thanks.

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