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1. How did William Penn’s children make money? A. Fur trade in Pennsylvania B. Stocks C. The American Navy D. Exploration adventures in Pennsylvania
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User: 1. How did William Penn’s children make money? A. Fur trade in Pennsylvania B. Stocks C. The American Navy D. Exploration adventures in Pennsylvania

Weegy: Through the fur trade in Pennsylvania.
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User: 2. What land did Penn and Baltimore dispute? A. New York B. Delaware C. New Jersey D. Northern Pennsylvania

Weegy: D. Northern Pennsylvania
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User: 3. Penn wanted Pennsylvania to be a haven for Quakers and other dissident religions. A. True B. False

Weegy: A. True. Penn wanted Pennsylvania to be a haven for Quakers and other dissident religions.
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User: 1. This helped fund military expansion during WWII. A. War bonds B. Depots C. Black market D. Rations

Weegy: A. War bonds, This helped fund military expansion during WWII
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User: 2. What caused many residents in Centralia decide to relocate? A. The air pollution caused an elderly couple to die of a heart attack. B. The fire consumed the entire main street in 1971. C. A 150-feet deep whole opened up beneath a boy. D. The state offered money to buy out properties.

Weegy: B. The fire consumed the entire main street in 1971.
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User: 4. According to the current state constitution, what is the last step in approving a constitutional amendment? A. Proposal by constitutional convention B. Approval from a majority of voters in the next general election C. Approval by a majority of both houses of legislature D. Approval by the next elected legislature

Weegy: Please can you identify the state that this question relates to so that I can help you with this.
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User: 5. Air pollution triggers A. lung cancer. B. heart attacks and strokes. C. chronic bronchitis. D. asthma

Weegy: Asthma attacks can be brought on by triggers, such as air pollution, tobacco smoke, ... which includes asthma, chronic bronchitis and ... [ (including lung cancer) ... ]


User: 6. Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by A. a Serbian nationalist. B. a Bosnian nationalist. C. a German nationalist. D. A Russian nationalist.

Weegy: Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by Gavrilo Princip - a Bosnian nationalist.
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User: 7. Conservationists work to A. protect the environment from pollution and rebuild polluted areas. B. protect industrial growth. C. provide support for heavy industry. D. protect only the animals in state parks.

Weegy: A. protect the environment from pollution and rebuild polluted areas.
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User: 8. December 7, 1941 marks the day when A. Hitler invaded Poland. B. the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. C. the Nazis took Paris. D. the Japanese invaded China.

Weegy: On 11 December 1941, four days after the Japanese bombed ... of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor speech, Hitler concluded that ... [ invaded Poland as ... ]


User: 9. How many career hits did Clemente make at bat? A. 317 B. 3,000 C. 1,000 D. 400

Weegy: B. 3,000
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User: 10. How many constitutions have Pennsylvanians had? A. 5 B. 1 C. 2 D. 7

Weegy: Pennsylvania has had five constitutions since independence: 1776, 1790, 1838, 1874, and 1968.
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User: 11. The Central Powers included which countries? A. England, France, Russia B. Austria, Germany, Turkey C. Austria, Germany, Russia D. England, Germany, America

Weegy: England, France and Russia ... it was between the Entente and its supporters and the Central Powers (Germany, Austria ... [ Countries felt that if there was a war they'd ... ]


User: 12. The draft of millions of men caused what to happen in Pennsylvania? A. Housing shortages in Philadelphia B. Increase in number of female workers C. Increase in racial tensions D. All of the above

Weegy: The draft of millions of men caused (b) increase in the number of female workers
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User: 13. The first commercial pretzel company opened in 1861 and it was called A. Sturgis Pretzel House. B. Anderson’s Bakery Company. C. Snyder’s of Hanover. D. Herr’s Pretzels.

Weegy: It was called A. Sturgis Pretzel House.
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User: 14. The GI Bill did not help returning war veterans A. go to college. B. buy new homes. C. buy washing machines. D. gain low interest rates.

Weegy: The GI Bill did not help returning war veterans buy washing machines.
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