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All of the following are types of symbiotic relationships except for A. parasitism. B. commensalism. C. mutualism. D. competitive exclusion.
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User: All of the following are types of symbiotic relationships except for A. parasitism. B. commensalism. C. mutualism. D. competitive exclusion.

Weegy: All of the following are types of symbiotic relationships except for competitive exclusion.
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User: Which of the following could be said about ecological footprints? A. The average ecological footprints for various countries are nearly identical. B. Ecological footprints don't take into account resources needed to absorb and manage wastes. C. Ecological footprints can't be used to determine carrying capacity. D. Exact ecological footprints are often difficult to calculate, but estimates can be useful in comparing populations.

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Exact ecological footprints are often difficult to calculate, but estimates can be useful in comparing populations, could be said about ecological footprints.
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The _______ was a foreign policy embarrassment for the United States during the Kennedy Administration. A. Berlin Airlift B. Bay of Pigs C. Iran-Contra scandal D. Cuban Missile Crisis
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A naval blockade is how President Kennedy responded to the information that the Soviet Union was placing nuclear missiles in Cuba.
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The _______ Agreement ended many trade barriers among the United States, Mexico, and Canada? A. Central American B. North American Free Trade C. United States Free Trade D. Mexico to Canada
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The North American Free Trade Agreement ended many trade barriers among the United States, Mexico, and Canada.
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Why were the elections of 2000 and 2016 notable? A. The winner of each election was a Democrat. B. The winner of each election was a man. C. The winner of each election was a Republican. D. The winner of each election won despite losing the popular vote.
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What was the goal of the neutrality acts of the 1930s? A. To side with the Axis B. To avoid repeating the mistakes of World War II C. To avoid repeating the mistakes of World War I D. To side with the Allies
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The goal of the neutrality acts of the 1930's was to avoid repeating the mistakes of World War I.
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