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A constellation is _______ that forms a pattern resembling animals, mythological characters, or objects. A. a group of meteors B. an entire galaxy C. a group of stars D. one single planet
A constellation is A GROUP OF STARS that forms a pattern resembling animals, mythological characters, or objects.
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12. Which of the following words can be used as a noun? A. Happily B. Younger C. Love D. If
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The word LOVE can be used as a noun.
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Identify the compound sentence. A. Last summer, we decided to drive to the beach. B. The rain began to fall, but we did not want to leave. C. While it rained on the beach, we swam in the ocean. D. Because it had been sunny all week, we did not bring umbrellas.
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The compound sentence is: The rain began to fall, but we did not want to leave.
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When the water level of a stream or river exceeds its natural banks, it has reached its A. capacity. B. crest. C. flood stage. D. plateau.
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Geologist James Hutton argued that the geologic processes occurring today have occurred since the formation of Earth. This idea is known as A. principle of inclusions. B. uniformitarianism. C. superposition. D. original horizontality.
Weegy: Geologist James Hutton argued that the geologic processes occurring today have occurred since the formation of Earth. This idea is known as Uniformitarianism. User: The greenhouse effect is related to the phenomenon of an increase in average surface temperature known as A. global warming. B. conservation. C. agricultural improvement. D. air pollution. (More)
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The greenhouse effect is related to the phenomenon of an increase in average surface temperature known as global warming.
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Infiltration is the process by which rainwater becomes A. river water. B. saltwater. C. groundwater. D. ocean water.
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