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Which of the following equations could be used to solve for the tenth term of the following sequence? A(10) = 15 + 10(-2) A(10) = 15 + 9(-2) A(10) = 15 + 9(2) A(10) = 15 + 10(2)
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A Prime Minister remains in office until the day following a general election, which is held at least every five years.
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The atmosphere can produce the same effects as a prism when the Sun is low in the sky. True False
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The Manhattan Project was responsible for the creation of the ATOMIC BOMB.
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