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The "March on Washington" took place on August 28, 1963. True False
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The "March on Washington" took place on August 28, 1963. TRUE.

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What was the main point of the Fifteenth Amendment? giving the right to vote to all American males giving citizenship to the slaves the abolition of slavery making it illegal to discriminate against a person because of their race
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The main point of the Fifteenth Amendment is giving the right to vote to all American males.
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Which of the following would not be used to detect radioactivity? cloud chamber Geiger counter photographic film battery
Weegy: Battery is not used to detect radioactivity. So the answer will be Battery. User: Beta particles cannot penetrate very far into solids because they _____. have low velocity have negligible mass have no mass are confined to orbits Weegy: The answer is "have no mass " User: Which of the following isotopes would most likely be unstable and therefore radioactive? helium-3 calcium-40 molybdenum-98 mercury-194 Weegy: molybdenum-98 User: The instrument that is commonly used to measure the intensity of radioactivity is called a _____. photographic plate magnet Wilson cloud chamber Geiger counter Weegy: The instrument which is commonly used to measure the intensity of radioactivity is called a: 1.Geiger counter. target=_blank rel='nofollow'>http://dwb4.unl.edu/Chem/CHEM869K/CHEM869KLinks/' target=_blank rel='nofollow'>www.ruf.rice.edu/~bioslabs/methods/radioisotopes/rad1.html]] User: Which of the following is not a current use of radioisotopes? medical diagnosis sterilization of equipment detection of leaks in building structures light fixtures Weegy: sterilization of equipment User: Determine the number of neutrons for the given isotopes. helium-3 Weegy: It must be one, because yo can't call it helium unless there are 2 protons. User: Determine the number of neutrons for the given isotopes. carbon-14 User: Determine the number of neutrons for the given isotopes.nitrogen-15 Weegy: 8. (More)
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In tropical regions known for warm, daily showers, the cloud coverage is most likely to be _____. nonexistent rare cloudy most of the time cirrus clouds
Weegy: In tropical regions known for warm, daily showers, the cloud coverage is most likely to be: cloudy most of the time. User: _____ clouds indicate possible precipitation. Cirrus Short cumulus Stratus Cirrostratus Weegy: Cirrostratus clouds indicate possible precipitation. User: Nimbostratus or cumulonimbus clouds will most likely bring _____. rain sunshine warm weather cold weather Weegy: Nimbostratus or cumulonimbus clouds will most likely bring RAIN. User: Snow and sleet are different. Snow forms when water vapor turns directly into ice crystals, while sleet forms when _____. water vapor turns to ice crystals and melts into water water vapor turns to ice crystals that continue to build when wind gusts push falling crystals back into the clouds water vapor turns to water which then freezes into ice (More)
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Snow forms when water vapor turns directly into ice crystals, while sleet forms when water vapor turns to water which then freezes into ice.
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Which of the following statements is true? The melting and freezing points of a substance are the same. The melting and boiling points of a substance are the same. The freezing and boiling points of a substance are the same. The heat of fusion and the heat of vaporization for a substance are the same.
Weegy: Processes that takes place at the same temperature are condensation and vaporization. User: The stability of atomic nuclei seems to be related to the ratio of _____. protons to electrons neutrons to protons isotopes to neutrons neutrinos to gamma rays Weegy: The stability of atomic nuclei seems to be related to the ratio of neutrons to protons. (More)
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The following statement is true: The melting and freezing points of a substance are the same.

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