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Which of the following is an example of changing physical capital? A. hiring more workers to do a job B. building extra space in a factory C. switching to cheaper fuel D. lowering workers’ wages
Weegy: The same productivity but higher wages is an example of changing physical capital. User: All goods and services are scarce because A. some goods cost more than others. B. resources are limited. C. things are either needs or wants. D. greedy people want too many goods. (More)
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Updated 2 days ago|2/17/2017 8:00:06 PM
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All goods and services are scarce because: resources are limited.
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Images sent back to Earth from the Hubble telescope were the first to show the features of the moon. sun and its planets. planet Earth from space. farthest reaches of the universe.
Weegy: Images sent back to Earth from the Hubble telescope were the first to show the features of farthest reaches of the universe. (More)
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Asked 2 days ago|2/17/2017 5:55:04 PM
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An object in space has a parallax angle of one arcsecond. Which term describes the distance from Earth to the object? A. parsec B. light-year C. petameter D. astronomical unit (AU)
Weegy: An object in space has a parallax angle of one arcsecond. The term that describes the distance from Earth to the object is parsec. (More)
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Updated 2 days ago|2/17/2017 1:19:23 PM
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The Limited Test Ban Treaty forbids nuclear testing in every area but _____. aboveground outer space underwater underground
Weegy: The Limited Test Ban Treaty forbids nuclear testing in every area but outer space. (More)
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Updated 2 days ago|2/17/2017 12:33:56 PM
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The Limited Test Ban Treaty forbids nuclear testing in every area but underground.
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Which of the following is an example of changing physical capital?
Weegy: Building extra space in a factory is an example of changing physical capital. (More)
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Asked 2 days ago|2/17/2017 9:21:13 AM
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Which list correctly orders the lifecycle of a piece of debris as it passes from space down to Earth's surface? A. meteoroid meteor meteorite B. meteorite meteor meteoroid C. meteor meteoroid meteorite D. meteor meteorite meteoroid
Weegy: Meteoroid-meteor- meteorite correctly orders the lifecycle of a piece of debris as it passes from space down to Earth's surface. (More)
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Updated 2 days ago|2/17/2017 7:58:50 AM
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Which of the following did not occur during the Cold War? A. a space race B. an arms race C. a series of proxy wars D. direct conflict between the two global superpowers
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Updated 2 days ago|2/17/2017 7:54:38 AM
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Direct conflict between the two global superpowers did NOT occur during the Cold War.
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In an atomic model that includes a nucleus, positive charge is A) located in the space outside the nucleus. B) spread evenly throughout an atom. C) concentrated at multiple sites in an atom. D) concentrated in the center of an atom.
Weegy: In an atomic model that includes a nucleus, positive charge is concentrated in the center of an atom. (More)
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Updated 2 days ago|2/17/2017 6:34:22 AM
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What is the Office of Space Science and Applications MOST LIKELY responsible for? A. aiding foreign allies in manned space missions B. studying the origin and structure of the universe C. conducting college-level courses in astrophysics D. maintaining equipment for future space missions
Weegy: B. studying the origin and structure of the universe User: What is one way the Federal Communications Commission regulates radio and television broadcasts? A. by issuing licenses to radio and television stations B. by nominating heads of major broadcast companies C. by enforcing copyright laws for musicians and actors D. by regulating the number of radios and televisions sold Weegy: One way the federal communicatins commission regulates radio and television broadcast? A. by issuing licenses to radio and television stations User: The main reason President Nixon created the Environmental Protection Agency in 1970 was to A. regulate the transportation industry. B. address the growing need for energy. C. raise standards to protect national parks. D. set national guidelines on pollution control. (More)
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Updated 2 days ago|2/17/2017 6:08:32 AM
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The main reason President Nixon created the Environmental Protection Agency in 1970 was to: set national guidelines on pollution control.
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Which term best describes the surface quality of an object, or how it feels or appears to feel to the touch? A. space B. texture C. value D. weight
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Updated 2 days ago|2/17/2017 5:52:51 AM
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Texture is the term that best describes the surface quality of an object, or how it feels or appears to feel to the touch.
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How far has manned space exploration reached? A. Mars B. Jupiter C. the Moon D. Earth's orbit
Weegy: Space exploration has reached as far as the Moon. (More)
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Updated 2 days ago|2/17/2017 5:27:13 AM
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The most important recent scientific discoveries about space have been made by the A. Deep Impact mission. B. Space Shuttle program. C. Hubble Space Telescope. D. International Space Station crew.
Weegy: The most important recent scientific discoveries about space have been made by the Hubble Space Telescope. (More)
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Updated 2 days ago|2/17/2017 5:27:07 AM
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Where is all the water that once flowed on Mars? Select all that apply. A. underground B. in polar ice caps C. evaporated into space D. Water never flowed on Mars.
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Updated 3 days ago|2/16/2017 10:00:31 PM
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The water that once flowed on Mars is: underground; in polar ice caps; or evaporated into space.
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Which of these are terrestrial planets? Select all that apply. A. Mars B. Earth C. Venus D. Jupiter E. Mercury F. Neptune
Weegy: Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are terrestrial planets. User: What did the protoplanets become? A. nebulae B. planets C. solar nebulae D. planetesimals Weegy: Protoplanets become planetesimals. (More)
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Updated 3 days ago|2/16/2017 8:34:34 PM
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Which "spheres" are involved when sedimentary rocks form from parts of sea shells at the bottom of the ocean? A. biosphere; atmosphere; geosphere B. geosphere; hydrosphere; biosphere C. geosphere; exosphere; hydrosphere D. hydrosphere; biosphere; atmosphere
Weegy: Which "spheres" are involved when sedimentary rocks form from parts of sea shells at the bottom of the ocean? D. hydrosphere; biosphere; atmosphere User: In which fields of Earth/space science might scientists study the formation of hurricanes over the ocean? A. geology and oceanography B. meteorology and astronomy C. astronomy and oceanography D. meteorology and oceanography User: Based on the diagram below, which of the following is NOT a substance that carbon is likely to be a part of as it moves through the carbon cycle? A. water B. fossil fuels C. crab shells D. carbonate rocks Weegy: Water is NOT a substance that carbon is likely to be a part of as it moves through the carbon cycle. (More)
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Which of the following must be equal to the incoming solar energy? A. the amount of sunlight reflected plus the amount of sunlight absorbed B. the total amount of energy reflected plus the total amount absorbed by the atmosphere C. the amount of sunlight absorbed by the land and oceans plus the amount of energy radiated to space D. the total amount of energy radiated to space plus the amount of energy carried to the atmosphere by conduction, convection, and evaporation
Weegy: Which of the following must be equal to the amount of sunlight reflected plus the amount absorbed? B. the total amount of energy reflected plus the total amount absorbed by the atmosphere. User: Which type of process repeatedly moves matter between different forms on Earth? A. a cycle B. natural laws C. a closed system D. conservation of matter Weegy: Natural laws is a type of process repeatedly moves matter between different forms on Earth. User: Which step in the water cycle involves matter changing form? A. infiltration B. precipitation C. groundwater D. surface runoff Weegy: Precipitation is a step in the water cycle which involves matter changing form. User: Most of the energy on Earth comes from which of the following? A. wind B. sunlight C. earthquakes D. heat from Earth's interior User: Why isn't Earth a closed system? A. Earth reflects and radiates energy. B. Matter continually cycles between the "spheres." C. Large amounts of matter currently reach Earth from space. D. Earthquakes, volcanoes, and hot springs release energy from Earth's interior. Weegy: Earth isn't a closed system because large amounts of matter currently reach Earth from space. User: Which "spheres" are interacting when water runs off a glacier? A. biosphere and atmosphere B. atmosphere and cryosphere C. hydrosphere and geosphere D. cryosphere and hydrosphere Weegy: The spheres that only earth has are a hydrosphere and biosphere. User: On several occasions in Earth's history, huge numbers of volcanoes have erupted. These eruptions have sent particles into the air that blocked sunlight to plants, possibly causing the extinction of some species. Which "spheres" interacted in these situations? A. exosphere; biosphere; geosphere B. geosphere; biosphere; cryosphere C. biosphere; geosphere; atmosphere D. exosphere; geosphere; atmosphere Weegy: On several occasions in Earth's history, huge numbers of volcanoes have erupted. These ... (More)
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Most stars spend the majority of their lifetimes as which type of star? A. giant B. dwarf C. protostar D. main sequence
Weegy: Most stars spend the majority of their lifetimes as MAIN SEQUENCE star. (More)
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Updated 3 days ago|2/16/2017 2:10:54 PM
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What is the farthest that manned space exploration has reached? A. beyond our solar system B. Earth's orbit C. the Moon D. Mars
Weegy: THE MOON is the farthest that manned space exploration has reached. (More)
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Updated 3 days ago|2/16/2017 1:55:20 PM
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Both of these studies have to do with the sky. However, ______ focuses on space and structures within it, like stars and meteoroids, and ______ focuses on weather elements, like wind currents and cold fronts.
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Updated 3 days ago|2/16/2017 1:25:24 PM
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Both of these studies have to do with the sky. However, astronomy focuses on space and structures within it, like stars and meteoroids, and meteorology focuses on weather elements, like wind currents and cold fronts.
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How can a speaker vary the tone of the speech? A. by asking the audience questions B. by using the space around the podium C. by making eye contact with the audience D. by changing the inflection of the voice
Weegy: By changing the inflection of the voice is how a speaker can vary the tone of the speech. (More)
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