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Which ancient society featured a religion that believed that humans would be reborn again and again in different forms? A. Olmec B. Oceania C. Egypt D. India
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User: Which ancient society featured a religion that believed that humans would be reborn again and again in different forms? A. Olmec B. Oceania C. Egypt D. India

Weegy: India is the ancient society which featured a religion that believed that humans would be reborn again and again in different forms.
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User: What name was given to the eastern Roman Empire after the Empire split? A. The Holy Roman Empire B. The Turkish Empire C. The Ottoman Empire D. The Byzantine Empire

Weegy: The Byzantine Empire name was given to the eastern Roman Empire after the Empire split
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User: Granada was the last Islamic kingdom in what area of Europe? A. Iberian Peninsula B. Germany C. Italian Peninsula D. England

Weegy: Granada was the last Islamic kingdom in: Iberian Peninsula.
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User: Which of the following allowed European monarchs to develop strong central governments from the 1500s to the 1700s? A. Help from the Mongol Empire B. A large resurgence of patriotism C. The Black Death plague left common people weakened. D. New forms of taxation to raise money

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New forms of taxation to raise money allowed European monarchs to develop strong central government from the 1500s to the 1700s.
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A line connecting a vertex of a scalene triangle with the midpoint of the opposite side is the A. median. B. perpendicular bisector of the side. C. bisector of the angle at the vertex. D. altitude.
Weegy: A line connecting a vertex of a scalene triangle with the midpoint of the opposite side is a Median. (More)
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How many degrees are there in each exterior angle of an equilateral triangle? A. 120° B. 60° C. 90° D. 30°
Weegy: There are 120° in each exterior angle of an equilateral triangle. Because, each interior angle of an equilateral triangle is 60 degrees, so each exterior angle is 180 - 60 = 120 degrees. (More)
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A part of a circle bounded by an arc and a chord is a A. radian. B. sector. C. segment D. secant.
Weegy: A part of a circle bounded by an arc and a chord is a: SEGMENT. User: What is the length of an arc if we know the radius of curvature is 12 in. and the area of the sector created is 252 in2? A. 12 in B. 36 in C. 42 in D. 24 in (More)
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Which of the following was a motive for European exploration between 1400 and 1800? A. They wanted to spread Islam throughout the world. B. Escape from Old World diseases C. The wealth that could be made through trade D. They were forced out by the Mongols.
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The wealth that could be made through trade. - was a motive for European exploration between 1400 and 1800.
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Before the development of agriculture what was the most likely reason for groups of people to move from one place to another constantly?
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Before the development of agriculture,people moved as they used up local food sources was the most likely reason for groups of people to move from one place to another constantly.
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