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Your central idea is a statement that captures in a single sentence: A. the essence of your speech. B. your general purpose. C. your specific purpose. D. your topic.
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A good resource person to go to when asking help in conducting research is a(an): A. Internet expert. B. TV reporter. C. librarian. D. insurance agent.
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A good resource person to go to when asking help in conducting research is a: LIBRARIAN.
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Which hominid group do anthropologists think was the first to use fire? A. australopithecines B. Homo habilis C. Homo erectus D. Homo sapiens
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The New Stone Age began when early people learned to A. make weapons out of stone. B. use fire for cooking. C. use tools. D. farm.
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What Greek philosopher believed good conduct meant pursuing the “golden mean”? A. Socrates B. Plato C. Sophocles D. Aristotle
Weegy: Aristotle's theory of the Golden Mean is one of his best known pieces of ethical thinking, found in his book Nicomachean Ethics.In philosophy, especially that of Aristotle, the golden mean is the desirable middle between two extremes, [ one of excess and the other of deficiency. For example courage, a virtue, if taken to excess would manifest as recklessness and if deficient as cowardice. Read more ] User: One reason why most conquered people remained loyal to Rome was that Rome A. did not require them to pay taxes. B. allowed some of them to become citizens. C. allowed their leaders to be senators. D. threatened them with destruction should they revolt. Weegy: B. allowed some of them to become citizens. IS One reason why most conquered people remained loyal to Rome was that Rome (More)
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