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A magnifying glass is an example of a _______ lens. A. plano-concave B. converging C. plano-convex D. double-concave
A magnifying glass is an example of a plano-convex lens.
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If both the president and the vice president are unable to fulfill their duties, who takes over as president? A. Secretary of state B. Attorney general C. Speaker of the House D. President pro tempore of the Senate
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If both the president and the vice president are unable to fulfill their duties :the speaker of the house takes over as president.
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A _______ agrees to help an immigrant become a citizen. A. sponsor B. Republican C. Democrat D. federalist
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A sponsor agrees to help an immigrant become a citizen.
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The process by which the Constitution was approved by the states is known as? A. vetoing. B. ratification. C. impeachment. D. levying.
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The process by which the constitution was approved by the states is known as :A ratification.
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The stipulation requiring that accused persons be told they have "the right to remain silent" stems from A. the Patriot Act. B. Miranda v. Arizona. C. the Monroe Doctrine. D. Marbury v. Arizona.
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