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One major cause of floods is A. rapid spring snowmelt. B. light rain over a large area. C. a decrease in stream discharge. D. increased capacity of stream channels.
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One major cause of floods is: Rapid spring snow melt.

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The primary difference between a high relief and a low relief is that _________________ a. a high relief must project at least halfway off the background. b. a low relief is carved into the background, where as a high relief is projected out. c. low reliefs are found only in Egyptian tombs and in Grecian art. d. a high relief must project no more than one-half of its images from the background.
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The primary difference between a high relief and a low relief is that: a high relief must project at least halfway off the background.

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Which of the following might have led to problems during President Nixon's second term in office? A. man landing on the moon B. improving relations with China and the Soviet Union C. the break-in at the Watergate Hotel D. efforts to end inflation and protect working families
Weegy: D. efforts to end inflation and protect working families User: Which of the following was NOT a charge filed against the Watergate burglars? A. conspiracy B. burglary C. extortion D. wiretapping Weegy: B. burglary User: Which of the following best defines the Watergate scandal? A. burglars robbed a hotel and stole cash and jewels from the safe B. an investment scam involving rivers and dams in Maryland went bankrupt C. supporters of President Nixon tried to spy on the Democratic plans for the 1974 election D. President Ford violated the U.S. Constitution by ordering the cover-up of bribes and tax evasion Weegy: D. President Ford violated the U.S. Constitution by ordering the cover-up of bribes and tax evasion. User: Why were many African American witnesses afraid to testify in trial against the men accused of murdering Emmett Till? A. they were worried about retaliation B. they didn't thing the men accused were guilty C. they didn't know Emmett Till D. there were no witnesses Weegy: A. they were worried about retaliation User: On which 1960 event did people's opinions vary based on if they had seen it on TV or heard it on the radio? A. the World Series B. the presidential debates C. the Republican National Convention D. the Democratic National Convention Weegy: Sir/Madam the answer isletter " B. the presidential debates " User: Which of the following was NOT a phrase that Kennedy used in one of the speeches you read about in this chapter? A. “The only thing we have to fear, is fear itself.” B. “Ask not what your country can do for you...” C. “We cannot fail their trust, we cannot fail to try.” D. “We shall pay any price, bear any burden...to assure the survival and success of liberty.” Weegy: C. "We cannot fail their trust, we cannot fail to try. User: Which army did the United States give aid and advice to following the French withdrawal from Vietnam? A. Vietcong (VC) B. Army of the Republic of Vietnam ... (More)
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Japan occupied Vietnam during World War II.
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Which one of the following sentences includes a prepositional phrase? A. Lois treasured her time off. B. Terry and Rowena met Craig at the mall. C. Because it was raining, Gladys stayed indoors. D. He came when I was away.
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Terry and Rowena met Craig at the mall is the sentence that includes a prepositional phrase.

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According to the authors of the book Generations, how many cycles of history have there been in the history of the United States? A. seven B. twelve C. one D. five
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According to Book of Generations, there have been five cycles of history in the U.S.
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What is the written form of the number 39? We waited in line at the supermarket deli until our number, 39, was called. A. thirty-nine B. thirty nine
Weegy: What is the written form of the number 39? ANSWER: thirty-nine User: What is the written form of the fraction ? Patty stirred 1/3 cup of milk into the macaroni and cheese. A. one-third B. one third Weegy: Patty stirred one-third cup of milk into the macaroni and cheese. The written form of the fraction 1/3 is one-third. (More)
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What is the written form of the fraction ? Patty stirred 1/3 cup of milk into the macaroni and cheese. A. one-third B. one third
Weegy: Patty stirred one-third cup of milk into the macaroni and cheese. The written form of the fraction 1/3 is one-third. (More)
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During a transmutation a. Atoms covalently bond to form compounds c. The atom is destroyed b. Atoms of one element change to form atoms of another element d. Atoms covalently bond to form new atoms
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During a transmutation: Atoms of one element change to form atoms of another element.

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What was happening in Europe during the late 1920s and early 1930s due to economic and political chaos? A. Revolutions were spreading. B. Anarchist social clubs were spreading. C. Communist regimes were taking over Great Britain and France. D. Totalitarian regimes were taking over in several nations.
Weegy: Totalitarian regimes were taking over in several nations, was happening in Europe during the late 1920s and early 1930s due to economic and political chaos. User: Which great American novel is about the devastation of the Dust Bowl? A. The Great Gatsby B. Uncle Tom's Cabin C. The Grapes of Wrath D. Gone With the Wind Weegy: The Grapes of Wrath is about the devastation of the Dust Bowl. User: What was the nickname given to the shanty towns that sprung up during the Great Depression? A. the down-and-outs B. nowherevilles C. bumtowns D. hoovervilles Weegy: Hoovervilles was the nickname given to the shanty towns that sprung up during the Great Depression. User: How many banks in the United States failed from the years of 1930 to 1933? A. one out of fifty B. one out of twenty-five C. one out of seventy-five D. one out of five Weegy: One out of five banks in the United States failed from the years of 1930 to 1933 User: What was the unemployment rate during the height of the Great Depression? A. 5 percent B. 5 percent C. 25 percent D. 50 percent (More)
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The unemployment rate during the height of the Great Depression was 25 percent.
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What is tolerance?
Weegy: Tolerance is the ability or willingness to tolerate something, in particular the existence of opinions or behavior that one does not necessarily agree with. (More)
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Who started the Poznan Uprising? A. mothers with hungry children in Russia B. striking workers in Poland C. former Nazi soldiers in Germany D. socialists in England
Weegy: Striking workers in Poland started the Poznan Uprising. User: What happened to China in late 1949? A. It became communist. B. It was taken over by the Japanese. C. It became a democracy. D. It was overrun by venture capitalists. Weegy: In late 1949, A. It became communist. ............... User: What was the Soviet response to the Western alliance known as NATO? A. the Berlin Blockade B. the Warsaw Pact C. the Eastern Bloc D. the Satellite Treaty Weegy: The answer is B. The Warsaw Pact. User: According to Winston Churchill, what was the “Iron Curtain”? A. an imaginary geopolitical barrier that separated the Soviet Union and its satellites from Western Europe and the United States B. a Soviet nuclear bomb that could take out both Western Europe and the United States C. the method of intimidation that Soviet leaders use to keep their people and the satellites under their control D. a nickname for the incredible amount of Soviet industrial production during the Cold War Weegy: The Iron Curtain was an imaginary geopolitical barrier that separated the Soviet Union and its satellites from Western Europe and the United States . Answer A. User: Which of the following men became infamous due to his accusations that communists had infiltrated the government in the 1950s? A. George Marshall B. George Patton C. Douglas MacArthur D. Joseph McCarthy User: What is the domino theory? A. a political theory that was developed during the Cold War that stated if one nation fell to communism surrounding nations would likely fall to communism as well B. a military theory that was developed during World War II that stated if you eliminate one nation in an alliance that others will quickly fall C. an economic theory that was developed by John Maynard Keynes during the Great Depression that stated if government did not engage in massive spending businesses would topple like dominos D. a social theory that was developed by John Locke that ... (More)
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Many governments in Eastern Europe encouraged its broadcasts in their countries is not true about Radio Free Europe.
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A multi-party system a. tends to produce a stable government. b. helps one party win the support of a majority of voters. c. is composed of parties with special interests. d. promotes the ideological consensus of the public.
Weegy: A multi-party system: is composed of parties with special interests. User: In recent years the major parties have: a. become bigger c. have lost potential members to independent voters b. have each maintained their size d. have failed to nominate a presidential candidate Weegy: c. have lost potential members to independent voters. In recent years the major parties have lost potential members to independent voters. User: The two-party system developed in the United States mainly because a. the Constitution established a democratic government. b. conflicts about the Constitution created opposing viewpoints. c. leaders and voters agreed on the existence of two parties. d. it was voted on and approved by both houses of Congress. Weegy: The two-party system developed in the United States mainly because: Conflicts about the Constitution created opposing viewpoints. User: The branch of government that would be involved with court cases would be this branch. a. legislative c. judicial b. executive d. military (More)
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Judicial branch of government would be involved with court cases.
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The 1920s revival in African American culture, including literature and music, is known as the A. Great Gatsby. B. Jazz Era. C. Harlem Renaissance. D. Jelly Roll generation. User: Which of the following was NOT an outcome of the Sacco and Vanzetti case? A. The two Italian immigrants were executed in the electric chair. B. Protests broke out throughout the world by many who felt the two were targeted more for their beliefs than for a crime. C. Many realized how strongly bigotry lay ...
Weegy: D. The two were finally freed after an appeal. This was not an outcome of the case. User: Which of the following do many consider to be the most influential factor in facilitating Mitchell Palmer's campaign to rid the United States of any radical ideology? A. the army B. tolerance C. the support of Congress D. fear Weegy: D. Fear is the most influential factor User: Which of the following is NOT evidence of the consumer culture of the 1920s? A. a nationwide craze over sports and spectator games B. an increased focus on leisure time C. a decline in advertising D. a growth in industry Weegy: A. a nationwide craze over sports and spectator games User: What is it popularly called when the sale of alcohol is forbidden by law? A. censorship B. suffrage C. monopoly D. prohibition User: In which order were the following U.S. presidents elected? 1. Herbert Hoover 2. Calvin Coolidge 3. Woodrow Wilson 4. Warren G. Harding A. 1, 4, 2, 3 B. 3, 4, 2, 1 C. 2, 3, 1, 4 D. 1, 2, 4, 3 Weegy: Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) was the 28th president of the United States. Warren Gamaliel Harding (1865-1923) was the 29th president of the United States. Calvin Coolidge (1872-1933) was the 30th president of the United States. Herbert C. [ Hoover (1874-1964) was the 31st president of the United States. (We hope weegy was able to help you today! Have a great one! :) ] User: Which term refers to the post–World War I, pre–Great Depression generation? A. hippies B. the lost generation C. flappers D. the greatest generation Weegy: B. the lost generation refers to the post World War I, pre Great Depression generation. .............. User: Which of the following from the list below is NOT a lost generation author or poet? • T. S. Eliot • Ezra Pound • E. E. Cummings • F. Scott Fitzgerald • Kurt Vonnegut • Ernest Hemingway • Sinclair Lewis • Sherwood Anderson • Willa Cather A. Ezra Pound B. Ernest Hemingway C. Kurt Vonnegut D. Sinclair Lewis ... (More)
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The Great Plains was region of the U.S. called the Dust Bowl.
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Which political party did FDR belong to? A. Republican B. Democratic C. Federalist D. Independent
Weegy: B. Democratic User: Who won the presidential election of 1936 in a landslide? A. Herbert Hoover B. Harry Truman C. Alfred Landon D. Franklin D. Roosevelt User: What was the “court-packing” plan? A. a plan devised by FDR to add new justices to the Supreme Court who would rule in favor of New Deal legislation B. a plan devised by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court to encourage justices who were over seventy years of age to retire C. a plan devised by enemies of FDR to add justices to the Supreme Court who would rule against New Deal legislation D. a plan devised by Speaker of the House to reduce the number of Supreme Court justices from nine to six Weegy: A plan devised by FDR to add new justices to the Supreme Court who would rule in favor of New Deal legislation is known as "court-packing? . answer is A User: All of the following are true statements about FDR's New Deal EXCEPT which one? A. The New Deal showed that recessions could be combated by increased government spending. B. The New Deal created jobs and improved the nation's infrastructure. C. The New Deal did not eliminate unemployment. D. The New Deal proved that the United States had to go back to an unregulated economy. Weegy: D. The New Deal proved that the United States had to go back to an unregulated economy. User: Why was FDR so angry about the Supreme Court ruling in the case of United States v. Butler? A. It ruled that it was unconstitutional for a president to propose new legislation. B. It ruled that an important piece of New Deal legislation was unconstitutional. C. It ruled that the Good Neighbor Policy was illegal. D. It ruled that his “fireside chats” were in violation of the 1st Amendment. Weegy: FDR so angry about the Supreme Court ruling in the case of United States v. Butler It ruled that an important piece of New Deal legislation was unconstitutional. User: What kind of movies tended to be popular during the 1930s? A. dark ... (More)
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The purpose of the Rural Electrification Administration was It made electricity available to rural communities throughout the U.S.
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Your teacher is concerned about ______ sleeping in class on occasion. Which word correctly completes the sentence Select one of the options below as your answer: A. your B. him C. you
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Your teacher is concerned about your sleeping in class on occasion.
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One major goal of a political party is to get the electorate to vote: a. a split ticket c. a straight ticket b. in at least every other election d. for the other parties candidate
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One major goal of a political party is to get the electorate to vote: a straight ticket.
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Which word in the sentence is a gerund? Winning isn't important, or so the fans are saying since our loss. A. saying B. important C. winning D. loss
Weegy: Winning isn't important, or so the fans are saying since our loss. Gerund: Winning User: Which one word is a gerund? Thunder, rumbling, like a bear's growling, made the walls shake. Weegy: Thunder, rumbling, like a bear's growling, made the walls shake. Gerund: growling User: Which one word is a gerund? Dreaming of flying, I lay there on the soft grass. (More)
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Dreaming of flying, I lay there on the soft grass.
Gerund: Flying
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Which of the following was a result of the Land Ordinance of 1785? A. the first examples of public schools in the U.S. B. the first examples of federally funded roads in the U.S. C. the first examples of public housing in the U.S. D. the first examples of federally funded railroads in the U.S.
Weegy: A result of the Land Ordinance of 1785 was A. the first examples of public schools in the U.S. User: All of the following states were at one time a part of the Northwest Territory EXCEPT which one? A. Ohio B. Wisconsin C. Michigan D. Tennessee Weegy: D. Tennessee was not part of the northwest territory. [smile] User: How did New Englander Thomas Pickering and many others living in the thirteen original colonies view those that settled on the frontier? A. as self-righteous and selfish B. as independent and strong C. as uncultured and miserable D. as daring and savvy Weegy: New Englander Thomas Pickering and many others living in the thirteen original colonies view those that settled on the frontier as self-righteous and selfish .... suite101.com/article/the-louisiana-purchase-and-us-ratification-a86863 User: Which of the following best describes the new government under the Articles of Confederation? A. alarmingly strong B. intentionally weak C. overbearingly intrusive D. effectively centralized Weegy: B. intentionally weak User: Which of the Founding Fathers suggested the Albany Plan of Union? A. Alexander Hamilton B. George Washington C. Thomas Jefferson D. Benjamin Franklin Weegy: Benjamin Franklin suggested the Albany Plan of Union. User: What was the Articles of Confederation? A. the United States' first national constitution B. the peace treaty that ended the Revolutionary War C. the document that verified the American colonies' alliance with France D. the document that formally separated the American colonies from Britain (More)
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The Articles of Confederation was the United States' first national constitution.
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