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the principle of federalism in the U.S constitution is best defined as A. the sharing of power between national and state governments B. the right of the senate to amend the constitution C. the ability of the president to rewrite the constitution D. the sharing of power between state and local governments
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The principle of federalism in the U.S. Constitution is BEST defined as "the sharing of power between national and state governments".
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The principle of federalism in the U.S. Constitution is BEST defined as A. the sharing of power between national and state governments. B. the right of the Senate to amend the Constitution. C. the ability of the president to rewrite the Constitution. D. the sharing of power between state and local governments.
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The principle of federalism in the U.S. Constitution is BEST defined as "the sharing of power between national and state governments".
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A 60 kg rower is paddling a 30 kg canoe with a 2 kg paddle at a constant speed of 10 m/s. If she loses her grip on the paddle and it flies backward with a velocity of -20 m/s, what is the final momentum of the boat and rower?
Weegy: Its just my guess, but when the velocity became -20 m/s then the momentum would be doubled. (More)
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Which selection is a good example of a noun that also became a verb due to technological developments? A. car B. engine C. text D. chip
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Text is a good example of a noun that also became a verb due to technological developments.
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