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Where did the song "Somewhere down the road came from?" I want a 3 sentence answer. :) PLEASE?
Weegy: came from and if this ... disc made up primarily of songs from Behind the Eyes. ... cohesive album User: To whom did Barry dedicate the Song? or is there a story behind the song, if yes please? (3-5 sentence) Weegy: Somewhere Down The Road by Barry Manilow. ... i really like this song,it was dedicated to my HONEY,ilove you so much hon. ... Barry Manilow - Where Does The Time Go? User: Don't erase the History! Thanks weegy. Weegy: Okay you are welcome my friend and hope you have a great day.. (More)
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can you give me a SHORT issue that skill related is present..short issue about skills.
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Rewrite the ff in Ax + By = C 1) F(x) = -5x + 10
Weegy: Assuming that this question is asking the slope of the equation y = -5x + 9, the slope is the coefficient of the x term. In this case, the slope is equal to -5. User: No, the topic is Linear Function Weegy: Algebra question: Are all linear equations functions? yes yes No, vertical lines are not functions ... The equation x=c where c is a constant is the equation of a vertical line. ... [ ] (More)
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Use the conjunction "unless" in a sentence and identify the Dependent Clause & Independent Clause
Weegy: He will fail the test unless he studies hard. Independent clause = He will fail the test. Dependent = He studies hard. User: What makes Independent & Dependent clause different? I really can't understand. Weegy: An independent clause is a group of words that contains a subject and verb and expresses a complete thought. An independent clause is a sentence. [ A dependent clause is a group of words that contains a subject and verb but does not express a complete thought. A dependent clause cannot be a sentence. Often a dependent clause is marked by a dependent marker word. ] User: OMG I get it now! Thank you. Can you please stay with me for a while? :O I need another sentence for "unless" with Dependent & Independent clause Weegy: The plant will die unless it gets enough sunlight. IC = The plant will die. DC = unless it gets enough sunlight. User: Thank you. I will make my own sentence for the next conjunctions, can you check if they are correct? Weegy: Sure. Go ahead. User: I will tell you the truth as if I'm brave enough. :D IC = I will tell you the truth DC = as if I'm brave enough Weegy: That is correct! As you can see, it's just easy. :) User: Yes! Can I make another & can you check it? :) Weegy: Sure. User: I told you the truth before I left. IC = I told you the truth DC = before I left. (I'm not sure though) Weegy: Correct again. Additional info: A dependent marker word is a word (conjunction) added to the beginning of an independent clause that makes it into a dependent clause. User: Two more. I still have two conjunctions left. Can you check again if I'm not bothering you? Weegy: No problem. Go ahead. User: 1) I will not leave if only you didn't lie. IC = I will not leave DC = If only you didn't lie (I don't know how to use "whether" in the middle of the sentence) :( Weegy: Correct. Whether: I will play whether you like it or not. User: Thank you so much Weegy! You are so kind. :) Rated ... (More)
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