What is 1 2/3 as an improper fraction? A. 8/3 B. 6/3 C. 2/3 D. 5/3
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User: What is 1 2/3 as an improper fraction? A. 8/3 B. 6/3 C. 2/3 D. 5/3

Weegy: 8 2/3 as an improper fraction is 26/3.
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1 2/3 as an improper fraction is 5/3.

Which movement in the 1800s stressed the reduction or banning of consuming alcoholic beverages? A. Temperance movement B. Suffrage movement C. Abolitionist movement D. Prison movement
Weegy: The Temperance Movement in the 1800s stressed the reduction or banning of consuming alcoholic beverages. (More)
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How were northern lawmakers convinced to allow Missouri into the union as a slave state under the Missouri Compromise? A. Maine was added to the United States as a free state. B. Ohio was added to the United States as a free state. C. The Florida territory was also added to the United States. D. Slaves were now taxed as four-fifths of a person.
Updated 245 days ago|12/1/2020 1:03:43 PM
Northern lawmakers were convinced to allow Missouri into the union as a slave state under the Missouri Compromise when Maine was added to the United States as a free state.
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Northern lawmakers were convinced to allow Missouri into the union as a slave state under the Missouri Compromise when Maine was added to the United States as a free state.

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The Antifederalists opposed the ratification of the Constitution because the New Constitution A. divided the nation into North and South. B. was difficult for the average person to understand. C. didn't expand federal power enough. D. didn't have a bill of rights that would guarantee basic freedoms.
Weegy: The Antifederalists opposed the ratification of the Constitution because the New Constitution didn't have a bill of rights that would guarantee basic freedoms. (More)
Updated 245 days ago|12/1/2020 1:05:09 PM
The Antifederalists opposed the ratification of the Constitution because the New Constitution didn't have a bill of rights that would guarantee basic freedoms.

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Hamilton's goals for the early United States included A. avoiding foreign entanglements and political parties. B. encouraging the growth of American industry and establishing the nation's credit worthiness. C. encouraging the growth of fur trading and paying off all debts with the cash earned. D. encouraging the growth of American agriculture and establishing a powerful system of forts
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Hamilton's goals for the early United States included: encouraging the growth of American industry and establishing the nation's credit worthiness.
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Hamilton's goals for the early United States included: encouraging the growth of American industry and establishing the nation's credit worthiness.

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Many Americans wanted a new plan of government because the Articles of Confederation was too A. strong. B. expensive. C. weak. D. hard to understand.
Weegy: Many Americans wanted a new plan of government because the Articles of Confederation was too weak. (More)
Updated 245 days ago|12/1/2020 1:07:05 PM
Many Americans wanted a new plan of government because the Articles of Confederation was too weak.

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