Hopkins's use of "seared," "bleared," and "smeared" is an example of
A. metaphor.
B. alliteration.
C. simile.
D. assonance.

Hopkins's use of "seared," "bleared," and "smeared" is an example of assonance.

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1.What's the difference between the speed and velocity of an object **Weegy:** Velocity deals with direction, while speed does not is the difference between the speed and velocity of an object.
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describes the differences between the SI and English systems of measurement

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The SI system, which is based on the metric system, has been more widely adopted than the English system, which is harder to use accurately describes the differences between the SI and English systems of measurement.

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If a stone with an original velocity of 0 is falling from a ledge and takes 8 seconds to hit the ground, what is the final velocity of the stone?
A. 156.8 m/s
B. 42.6 m/s
C. 78.4 m/s
D. 39.2 m/s

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If a stone with an original velocity of 0 is falling from a ledge and takes 8 seconds to hit the ground, the final velocity is 313.6 meters.

y(8) = -1/2 (9.81 * 8 ) = 313.62

y(8) = -1/2 (9.81 * 8 ) = 313.62

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An object has a mass of 13.5 kilograms. What force is required to accelerate it to a rate of 9.5 m/s2?
A. 128.25 N
B. 81.00 N
C. 132.30 N
D. 173.75 N

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128.25 N force is required to accelerate it to a rate of 9.5 m/s2.

force = ma

= 13.5 kg * 9.5 m/s2

= 128.25 N

force = ma

= 13.5 kg * 9.5 m/s2

= 128.25 N

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An object has a mass of 13.5 kilograms. What force is required to accelerate it to a rate of 9.5 m/s2?
A. 128.25 N
B. 81.00 N
C. 132.30 N
D. 173.75 N

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128.25 N force is required to accelerate it to a rate of 9.5 m/s2.

force = ma

= 13.5 kg * 9.5 m/s2

= 128.25 N

force = ma

= 13.5 kg * 9.5 m/s2

= 128.25 N

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