Question and answer
Whats 2+2=?
Question
Asked 3/24/2012 5:09:42 PM
Updated 1/27/2014 6:18:57 AM
1 Answer/Comment
Flagged by jeifunk [1/27/2014 6:18:57 AM]
g
Get an answer
Original conversation
User: Whats 2+2=?

Question
Asked 3/24/2012 5:09:42 PM
Updated 1/27/2014 6:18:57 AM
1 Answer/Comment
Flagged by jeifunk [1/27/2014 6:18:57 AM]
New answers
Rating
3
2 + 2 is 4.
Added 1/27/2014 6:18:56 AM
This answer has been confirmed as correct and helpful.
Comments

There are no comments.

Add an answer or comment
Log in or sign up first.
Questions asked by the same visitor
Which of the following was a famous foreign policy of George Washington? A. The U.S. should embrace imperialism and establish colonies throughout the world. B. The U.S should not get involved in foreign wars. C. The U.S. should help European nations retain their colonial powers in the Americas. D. The U.S. should not trade with foreign nations
Question
Not Answered
Updated 1/14/2018 7:53:47 AM
1 Answer/Comment
The U.S. should not get involved in foreign wars is a famous foreign policy of George Washington.
Added 1/14/2018 7:53:47 AM
This answer has been confirmed as correct and helpful.
Which of the following is a presidential legacy of Washington's? A. the White House B. the Bill of Rights C. our national character D. bicameral legislature
Weegy: The Houses are the Congress and the Senate. User: Hamilton's proposal that the federal government repay all foreign loans, repay government certificates at face value, and assume the debts of the states was called the A. repayment plan. B. commerce plan. C. assumption plan. D. debt plan. Weegy: Alexander Hamilton believed the Federal Government was more intelligent about money than the people. [ [ The whole concept of a national government assuming all debts owed by the states puts the government in a power position with no freedoms for the state rights or people. It is in essence a National Dictatorship with the bureaucrats holding states up to corruption at the highest level. Read more: ] ] User: Who tied Thomas Jefferson in electoral votes for president in 1800? A. John Adams B. Aaron Burr C. Charles Cotesworth Pinckney D. James Madison (More)
Question
Expert Answered
Updated 9/1/2014 1:24:35 AM
1 Answer/Comment
John Adams tied Thomas Jefferson in electoral votes for president in 1800.
Added 9/1/2014 1:24:35 AM
This answer has been confirmed as correct and helpful.
31,902,835
questions answered
Popular Conversations
What is 1+2=
Weegy: 2+2=4
7/2/2020 3:57:40 PM| 5 Answers
Before the slave trade what was African culture like
Weegy: Before the slave trade, African culture was agricultural and advanced. User: What happened to the settlement ...
7/7/2020 2:40:15 PM| 4 Answers
was is 1 1/3 ×3=
7/2/2020 3:54:11 PM| 3 Answers
Which of the following statements is true about plants? A. Plant ...
Weegy: cells use up oxygen for photosynthesis.
7/2/2020 6:17:46 AM| 2 Answers
What is the definition for the "Protection" mission area?
Weegy: A mission statement is a statement of the purpose of a company, organization or person, its reason for ...
7/3/2020 5:28:16 PM| 2 Answers
GET
Answers.
GET THE APP.
weegy*
*
Get answers from Weegy and a team of really smart live experts.
S
L
R
R
R
Points 1415 [Total 4752] Ratings 2 Comments 1135 Invitations 26 Online
S
L
Points 1016 [Total 2256] Ratings 1 Comments 1006 Invitations 0 Offline
S
L
Points 904 [Total 1653] Ratings 7 Comments 834 Invitations 0 Offline
S
L
Points 766 [Total 1322] Ratings 1 Comments 756 Invitations 0 Offline
S
L
P
Points 653 [Total 4811] Ratings 0 Comments 653 Invitations 0 Offline
S
L
P
R
P
R
L
P
P
C
R
P
R
L
P
R
Points 385 [Total 11452] Ratings 3 Comments 345 Invitations 1 Offline
S
L
Points 324 [Total 813] Ratings 0 Comments 324 Invitations 0 Offline
S
L
Points 309 [Total 2280] Ratings 0 Comments 309 Invitations 0 Offline
S
L
1
Points 301 [Total 2949] Ratings 0 Comments 301 Invitations 0 Offline
S
L
R
Points 248 [Total 2380] Ratings 2 Comments 228 Invitations 0 Offline
* Excludes moderators and previous
winners (Include)
Home | Contact | Blog | About | Terms | Privacy | © Purple Inc.