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In some countries, every young person must serve two years in some form of military service. The United States Congress has, from time to time, considered a similar policy for our country. Write an
essay stating your position on this issue and supporting it with convincing reasons. Be sure to explain your reasons in detail.
for this essay, i would consider discussing:
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Which choice gives the center and radius of the circle represented by the equation? (x-3.5) squared + (y-2.4) squared = 8 A: (3.5, 2.4); 2 square root of 2 B: (3.5, 2.4); square root of 2 C: (3.5, 2.4); 2 D: (-3.5, -2.4); 2 square root of 2
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