What's .25 as a fraction in simplest form? A. 1 4 B. 25 10 C. 1 5 D. 25 100
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User: What's .25 as a fraction in simplest form? A. 1 4 B. 25 10 C. 1 5 D. 25 100

Weegy: .25 as a fraction in simplest form is 1/4.

User: This question is based on the circle graph below, which shows how an electrical contracting company divides its monthly income. 13. What percent of the contractor's income is spent on salaries? A. 72% B. 76% C. 47% D. 25%

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This question is based on the circle graph below, which shows how an electrical contracting company divides its monthly income. 47% + 25% = 72% of the contractor's income is spent on salaries.
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Which statement about paragraphs is accurate? A. They are always indented. B. They are always focused on a main idea. C. They are always the same length. D. They always contain a topic sentence
Weegy: They are always focused on a main idea. -is the accurate statement about paragraphs. User: Supporting details can do all of the following except A. introduce the main idea. B. support a point of view or opinion. C. explain how to make or do something. D. describe a person, place, or thing. Weegy: Supporting details can do everything except, introduce the main idea. User: Both Seagulls and wild geese are large birds. They're also similar in that both kinds of birds can fly over great distances. On the other hand, seagulls are scavengers, while wild geese aren't. Seagulls, for example, are often found around garbage dumps. Geese, however, feed on things like seeds and insects. Another important difference between the two kinds of birds is that geese fly on long annual migrations of well over 1,000 miles. Seagulls will migrate far inland to search for food. However, they don't follow seasonal patterns of migration like wild geese. Two important contrasts between seagulls and wild geese are A. feeding habits and migration. B. size and long-distance flying. C. migration and size. D. long-distance flying and feeding habits. (More)
Updated 353 days ago|8/16/2020 2:00:27 PM
Both Seagulls and wild geese are large birds. They're also similar in that both kinds of birds can fly over great distances. On the other hand, seagulls are scavengers, while wild geese aren't. Seagulls, for example, are often found around garbage dumps. Geese, however, feed on things like seeds and insects. Another important difference between the two kinds of birds is that geese fly on long annual migrations of well over 1,000 miles. Seagulls will migrate far inland to search for food. However, they don't follow seasonal patterns of migration like wild geese. Two important contrasts between seagulls and wild geese are: feeding habits and migration.
Added 353 days ago|8/16/2020 2:00:27 PM
Since the desert air was so dry, the bread quickly turned stale. In this sentence, which word serves as a clue that there is cause and effect? A. Since B. So C. Quickly D. Stale
Weegy: Since the desert air was so dry, the bread quickly turned stale. The word "Since" serves as a clue that there is cause and effect. User: Which of these words clues the reader that the author is using chronological order to organize the writing? A. In addition, B. On the other hand, C. Because D. Next Weegy: The word "Next" is using chronological order to organize the writing. User: Which one of the following statements contains an example of an explanation? A. Blizzards have become more common on the East Coast in recent years. B. Global warming is having impacts on weather patterns across the planet. C. The thermostat, which controls the temperature in the house, broke last night. D. Whenever it gets too cold outside, my husband worries about the pipes freezing. Weegy: The thermostat, which controls the temperature in the house, broke last night. -contains an explanation. User: Both petroleum and coal are made up of complex carbon-based molecules, and both originated with living creatures of some kind. Both are vital sources of energy for the modern world and both were formed by geologic processes over millions of years. However, petroleum was mainly formed from the remains of ocean-dwelling microorganisms. Coal, on the other hand, originated from decayed vegetation in ancient swamps and bogs. In any case, it took millions of years for both coal and oil to be produced. This is the case because it took that much time for overlying sediments to produce the unimaginable heat and pressure that would one day allow us to harvest these energy resources. What is one clue word or phrase in the passage that indicates a contrast? A. Because B. In any case C. However D. Both (More)
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Both petroleum and coal are made up of complex carbon-based molecules, and both originated with living creatures of some kind. Both are vital sources of energy for the modern world and both were formed by geologic processes over millions of years. However, petroleum was mainly formed from the remains of ocean-dwelling microorganisms. Coal, on the other hand, originated from decayed vegetation in ancient swamps and bogs. In any case, it took millions of years for both coal and oil to be produced. This is the case because it took that much time for overlying sediments to produce the unimaginable heat and pressure that would one day allow us to harvest these energy resources.
"However" is one clue word or phrase in the passage that indicates a contrast.
Where do supporting details usually appear in an essay? A. In the topic sentence B. In the conclusion C. In the body D. In the introduction
Weegy: Supporting details usually appear in the body of an essay. (More)
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Where do supporting details usually appear in an essay? A. In the topic sentence B. In the conclusion C. In the body D. In the introduction
Updated 10/13/2018 10:57:55 AM
Supporting details usually appear in the body of an essay.
Where do supporting details usually appear in an essay? A. In the topic sentence B. In the conclusion C. In the body D. In the introduction
Weegy: Supporting details usually appear in the body of an essay. (More)
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