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Where did most the fighting during the Civil War take place? A) North B) South C) West D) Northeast
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The most fighting took place in the South.
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Which of these components is not necessary for current to flow in a series or parallel circuit? A. wire B. switch C. resistor D. All of these are needed.
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All of these components are needed (wire, switch, and resistor) for current to flow in a series or parallel circuit.
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Which of these components is not necessary for current to flow in a series or parallel circuit? A. wire B. switch C. resistor D. All of these are needed.
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Updated 173 days ago|1/10/2016 3:34:00 AM
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All of these components are needed (wire, switch, and resistor) for current to flow in a series or parallel circuit.
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Who won the Election of 1864? A) Lincoln B) McClellan C) Johnson D) Buchanan
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Lincoln won the Election of 1864.
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Which of these can create voltage? A. a switch B. a battery C. a resistor D. a closed circuit
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A battery can create voltage.
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