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In a republic, __________ represent territories and citizens in government. A. absolute monarchs B. dictators C. elected officials D. military leaders
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In a republic, Elected officials represent territories and citizens in government.
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Which of the following definitions best describes the term devolution? A. the creation of a united central government B. the establishment of a coalition between member states C. the breakup of a state into smaller, independent states D. the transfer of power from one dictator to another
Weegy: Definitions best describes the term devolution is the transfer of power from one dictator to another . User: In a parliamentary republic, a __________ often serves as both head of state and head of government. A. prime minister B. king C. dictator D. monarch (More)
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In a parliamentary republic, a prime minister often serves as both head of state and head of government.
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The aorta pumps blood out of the heart to the rest of the body. true or false
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The aorta pumps blood out of the heart to the rest of the body.

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The LEFT VENTRICLE pumps blood out of the heart to the rest of the body via the aorta.

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The human cardiovascular system is considered closed because __________. A. blood is continuously circulated in the body. B. blood provides nutrients to organs. C. blood collects oxygen from the lungs D. there are no holes for blood to enter or leave the system
Weegy: our circulatory system is considered a closed one because we have blood vessels that transport the blood throughout the body. the blood cells are confined within these vessels and could only flow in one direction. [ an open circulatory system is characterized by absence of blood vessels and the blood cells are not found within any closed area but instead, blood cells on an open circulatory system are scattered throughout the body. ] (More)
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The human cardiovascular system is considered closed because there are no holes for blood to enter or leave the system.
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What percentage of blood is made up of plasma? A. 55% B. 40% C. 10% D. 5%
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55% of blood is made up of plasma.
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