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Your resume can get you an interview, but your references can seal the deal on getting the job. A. True B. False
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Your resume can get you an interview, but your references can seal the deal on getting the job. True.
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3. The canal era’s high point ended by the 1870s. A. True B. False
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The canal era’s high point ended by the 1870s. This is FALSE.
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1. How many Pennsylvanians served in the Union Forces during the Civil War? A. 100,000 B. 25,000 C. 300 D. 350,000
Weegy: 350,000 Pennsylvanians served in the Union Forces during the Civil War. (More)
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The Youghiogheny River cuts through Laurel Ridge in Ohiopyle. A. True B. False
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8. Fifty-six percent of what is 23? What proportion would you write to solve this problem? A. B. C. D.
Weegy: You can use the proportion (56/100)=(23/x) 56% and 23 are parts. 100 and x are totals. To solve, cross multiply. 56x= 23(100) 56x=2300 x=2300/56 (More)
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A.T.Q., 56% x 23 = 56/100 x 23 = 0.56 x 23 = 12.88

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A.T.Q., 56% x 23 = 56/100 x 23 = 0.56 x 23 = 12.88
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