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1. Which of the following statements is true? A.
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Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. Atoms are mostly empty space. B. The nucleus of an atom has a positive charge. C. Atoms of the same element can have different masses. D. Atoms of isotopes of an element have different numbers of protons.
Weegy: Atoms of the same elements has to have same mass, or they would be different elements Nucleus of an atom always has a positive charge Atoms of isotopes of an element have different number of neutrons (not protons) Atoms are indeed mostly empty space, [ nucleus is very small, and electrons are even smaller than it So your best answer would be A. ] (More)
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Atoms of isotopes of an element have different numbers of protons, is NOT a true statement.

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What war ended with the Treaty of Paris in 1898? A. Philippine-American War B. Russo-Japanese War C. Spanish-American War D. Cuban war for independence
Weegy: C. Spanish-American War User: What war ended with the Treaty of Paris in 1898? A. Philippine-American War B. Russo-Japanese War C. Spanish-American War D. Cuban war for independence Weegy: C. Spanish-American War User: What war ended with the Treaty of Paris in 1898? A. Philippine-American War B. Russo-Japanese War C. Spanish-American War D. Cuban war for independence Weegy: C. Spanish-American War User: All of the following countries came under some form of U.S. control as a result of the Spanish-American War except A. Puerto Rico. B. the Philippines. C. Cuba. D. Hawaii. User: Yellow journalism is a sensational style of writing that exaggerates the news to lure readers. A. True B. False User: The Open Door Policy was designed as a way for the United States to further A. its trade interests. B. its desires to annex foreign nations. C. international diplomacy. D. the establishment of democratic governments. User: Which country's residents became citizens of the United States in 1917? A. the Philippines B. Hawaii C. Puerto Rico D. Cuba Weegy: C. Puerto Rico became citizens of the United States in 1917. User: In Puerto Rico the United States used the same sort of concentration camp practices that it had condemned Spain for using in Cuba. A. True B. False Weegy: The statement "In Puerto Rico the United States used the same sort of concentration camp practices that it had condemned Spain for using in Cuba" is False. Sources: [ ] (More)
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