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2. Which one of these is not part of the water cycle? A) Evaporation B) Percolation C) Precipitation D) Restitution
Weegy: D) Restitution User: 1. What percent of the water on Earth is freshwater that is readily available for use by humans? A) 97% B) 3% C) Weegy: B) 3% User: The local water budget usually changes with __________. A) consumption B) desalination C) the seasons D) sedimentation Weegy: A) consumption User: 4. What are two ways that fresh water supplies can be maintained? A) Conservation and alternating methods of obtaining fresh water B) Conservation and condensation C) Conservation and evapotranspiration D) Conservation and declassification (More)
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Which of the following religions did NOT originate in India? A. Islam B. Jainism C. Buddhism D. Hinduism
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A, Islam did not originate in India.
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did islam originate in india?
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The origin of Islam can be traced back to 7th century Saudi Arabia.
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list 3 techniques that will persuade a reader in persuasive essays?
Weegy: If you want to persuade a reader in persuasive essays you should speak in the first person, tailor your subject to the reader and showcase your viewpoint. (More)
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where were the three classical civilizations established?
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Chinese, Roman and Indian civilizations
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What was NOT a tactic used by John J. Pershing in World War I?
Weegy: use of tanks and artillery User: What was NOT true about the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk of 1918? (More)
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Asked 1/4/2011 10:21:49 AM
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Which need do you find most challenging and why?
Weegy: What do you mean by need? A personal need? Like food? (More)
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how can i improve my finances when dealing with responsibilities?
Weegy: Learn to manage your money wisely. Think about a purchase before you make it, and ask yourself if the purchase you are making is really necessary. Do you have any other questions? (More)
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Why is it important to be ojbjective when receiving feedback
Weegy: Feedback is a term used to describe every kind of information returned or fed back into a system, so that the behaviour or performance of the system is adjusted. [ It provides our participants with information that they are on the right track. The purpose of giving feedback is to improve performance in the future. How effective it can be, may be judged from some research based in the USA. In this experiment a sports psychologist, Bandura, assigned 80 cyclists to one of four different groups: 1) Set performance goals but had no feedback. 2) Received feedback but were not set any goals 3) Had both feedback and goal setting 4) The control group had neither Results showed that a continuous process of setting goals and receiving feedback outscored the others by almost 3:1. No matter how good participants are, they can always get better. ] User: How might you use feedback to revise your rough draft to make it as effective as possible? Weegy: look at this (More)
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Explain why the daughter cells produced by meiosis are genetically different from each other, whereas the daughter cells produced by mitosis are not.
Weegy: In mitosis a cell will produce an identical replica of itself with same number, patters of genes and chromosomes, [ and in meosis there is a special pattern of cellular division where cells are created containing gene patterns of different types and combinations with 50% of the number of chromosomes of the original cell? ] (More)
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what is 5% of 171
Weegy: 5% of 171=8.55 (More)
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Which of the following is a characteristic of a Gen Nexter? A. opposed to immigration B. politically apathetic C. uncomfortable with globalization D. receptive to cultural diversity
Weegy: B. politically apathetic User: Which of the following is an effect of faster, easier communication? A. People are more apt to question information. B. Lower classes are more likely to lead the way in globalization. C. Cultures become less diverse and more cohesive. D. Metanarratives become more popular. Weegy: A. People are more apt to question information. (More)
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what are some changes to make to revise your paper?
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When revising a paper, you can make corrections to spelling, punctuation and grammar, improve variation in sentence structure, omit repetition and redundancy, clarify confusing sentences, and add information if necessary.
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Why does academic writing usually codemn the use of first and second person pronouns such as I, me, my, you, and your.
Weegy: There is a distinction between formal and informal writing. Personal pronouns are considered informal as you would write a letter to a friend. Academic writing is supposed to be formal. [ It's like holding your pinkie finger up when you drink a cup of tea. Nobody has any idea what the purpose is but that's how it's "supposed to be" done. ] (More)
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wheres Lake Edward
Weegy: One moment please while I find that for you.. Weegy: Lake Edward or Edward Nyanza is the smallest of the Great Lakes of Africa. [ It is located in the western Great Rift Valley, on the border between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Uganda, with its northern shore a few kilometers south of the Equator. ] (More)
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2. Which one of these is not part of the water cycle? A) Evaporation B) Percolation C) Precipitation D) Restitution
Weegy: D) Restitution User: 1. What percent of the water on Earth is freshwater that is readily available for use by humans? A) 97% B) 3% C) Weegy: B) 3% User: The local water budget usually changes with __________. A) consumption B) desalination C) the seasons D) sedimentation Weegy: A) consumption User: 4. What are two ways that fresh water supplies can be maintained? A) Conservation and alternating methods of obtaining fresh water B) Conservation and condensation C) Conservation and evapotranspiration D) Conservation and declassification (More)
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Asked 12/19/2010 10:08:15 PM
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Which of the following religions did NOT originate in India? A. Islam B. Jainism C. Buddhism D. Hinduism
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Updated 1/4/2011 10:30:53 AM
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A, Islam did not originate in India.
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did islam originate in india?
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Updated 1/4/2011 10:30:14 AM
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The origin of Islam can be traced back to 7th century Saudi Arabia.
Added 1/4/2011 10:30:14 AM
list 3 techniques that will persuade a reader in persuasive essays?
Weegy: If you want to persuade a reader in persuasive essays you should speak in the first person, tailor your subject to the reader and showcase your viewpoint. (More)
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Asked 1/4/2011 10:19:34 AM
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where were the three classical civilizations established?
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Updated 1/4/2011 10:56:31 AM
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Chinese, Roman and Indian civilizations
Added 1/4/2011 10:56:31 AM
What was NOT a tactic used by John J. Pershing in World War I?
Weegy: use of tanks and artillery User: What was NOT true about the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk of 1918? (More)
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Asked 1/4/2011 10:21:49 AM
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Which need do you find most challenging and why?
Weegy: What do you mean by need? A personal need? Like food? (More)
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Asked 1/11/2011 3:52:45 PM
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how can i improve my finances when dealing with responsibilities?
Weegy: Learn to manage your money wisely. Think about a purchase before you make it, and ask yourself if the purchase you are making is really necessary. Do you have any other questions? (More)
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Asked 1/11/2011 3:57:35 PM
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Why is it important to be ojbjective when receiving feedback
Weegy: Feedback is a term used to describe every kind of information returned or fed back into a system, so that the behaviour or performance of the system is adjusted. [ It provides our participants with information that they are on the right track. The purpose of giving feedback is to improve performance in the future. How effective it can be, may be judged from some research based in the USA. In this experiment a sports psychologist, Bandura, assigned 80 cyclists to one of four different groups: 1) Set performance goals but had no feedback. 2) Received feedback but were not set any goals 3) Had both feedback and goal setting 4) The control group had neither Results showed that a continuous process of setting goals and receiving feedback outscored the others by almost 3:1. No matter how good participants are, they can always get better. ] User: How might you use feedback to revise your rough draft to make it as effective as possible? Weegy: look at this (More)
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Asked 1/17/2011 9:08:24 AM
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ask
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Asked 1/24/2011 12:09:29 PM
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Explain why the daughter cells produced by meiosis are genetically different from each other, whereas the daughter cells produced by mitosis are not.
Weegy: In mitosis a cell will produce an identical replica of itself with same number, patters of genes and chromosomes, [ and in meosis there is a special pattern of cellular division where cells are created containing gene patterns of different types and combinations with 50% of the number of chromosomes of the original cell? ] (More)
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Asked 1/24/2011 12:09:41 PM
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what is 5% of 171
Weegy: 5% of 171=8.55 (More)
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Asked 1/28/2011 3:13:19 PM
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Which of the following is a characteristic of a Gen Nexter? A. opposed to immigration B. politically apathetic C. uncomfortable with globalization D. receptive to cultural diversity
Weegy: B. politically apathetic User: Which of the following is an effect of faster, easier communication? A. People are more apt to question information. B. Lower classes are more likely to lead the way in globalization. C. Cultures become less diverse and more cohesive. D. Metanarratives become more popular. Weegy: A. People are more apt to question information. (More)
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Asked 2/2/2011 8:08:53 PM
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what are some changes to make to revise your paper?
Weegy: Where is the paper? (More)
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Updated 2/6/2011 11:26:28 PM
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When revising a paper, you can make corrections to spelling, punctuation and grammar, improve variation in sentence structure, omit repetition and redundancy, clarify confusing sentences, and add information if necessary.
Added 2/6/2011 11:26:28 PM
Why does academic writing usually codemn the use of first and second person pronouns such as I, me, my, you, and your.
Weegy: There is a distinction between formal and informal writing. Personal pronouns are considered informal as you would write a letter to a friend. Academic writing is supposed to be formal. [ It's like holding your pinkie finger up when you drink a cup of tea. Nobody has any idea what the purpose is but that's how it's "supposed to be" done. ] (More)
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Asked 4/3/2011 4:52:46 PM
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wheres Lake Edward
Weegy: One moment please while I find that for you.. Weegy: Lake Edward or Edward Nyanza is the smallest of the Great Lakes of Africa. [ It is located in the western Great Rift Valley, on the border between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Uganda, with its northern shore a few kilometers south of the Equator. ] (More)
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