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2. For revolutionaries like Sam Adams, the term _______ embraced a way of life, a core ideology, and an uncompromising commitment to liberty and equality. A. federalism B. Americanism C. independency D. republicanism
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User: 2. For revolutionaries like Sam Adams, the term _______ embraced a way of life, a core ideology, and an uncompromising commitment to liberty and equality. A. federalism B. Americanism C. independency D. republicanism

Weegy: B. republicanism
scijoe21|Points 2275|

User: 3. Among members of George Washington's cabinet, __________ had a pessimistic view of human nature and a dread of democratic excess. A. Jefferson B. Hamilton C. Marshall D. Adams

Weegy: Among members of George Washington's cabinet, C. Jefferson had a pessimistic view of human nature and a dread of democratic excess.[smile]
Mayang30|Points 3592|

User: 4. The first stirrings of the first Great Awakening took place in A. New England. B. the Carolinas. C. the backcountry. D. Virginia.

Weegy: The first stirrings of the first Great Awakening took place in, Answer: New England
wtf20142014|Points 35|

User: 5. With respect to the eighteenth century, the concept of the "middle ground" is helpful in A. explaining the relationship between German and Scots-Irish settlers in the backcountry. B. understanding the role of Catholic priests in California and the Spanish Southwest. C. explaining the attitudes and preferences of the Scots-Irish. D. understanding the attitudes of Indians living between the Appalachians and the Mississippi.

Weegy: With respect to the eighteenth century, the concept of the "middle ground" is helpful in B. understanding the attitudes of Indians living between the Appalachians and the Mississippi.
yeswey|Points 21425|

User: 6. Anti-Catholic sentiment erupted in Maryland when, in 1689, news arrived of the deposition of A. Charles I. B. James I. C. Charles II. D. James II.

Weegy: B. James II.
shifa saleheen|Points 9966|

User: 7. In 1700, which of the following colonies had the largest slave population relative to its overall population? A. South Carolina B. Massachusetts C. Virginia D. Pennsylvania

Weegy: In 1700, which of the following colonies had the largest slave population relative to its overall population? C. Virginia
tektek10|Points 482|

User: 8. Sir George Grenville, King George's Chancellor of the Exchequer, enacted the Revenue Act of 1764 to raise revenue for maintenance of the British Army in America. In the colonies, it was commonly known as the _______ Act. A. Stamp B. Tea C. Quartering D. Sugar

Weegy: Sir George Grenville, King George's Chancellor of the Exchequer, enacted the Revenue Act of 1764 to raise revenue for maintenance of the British Army in America. In the colonies, it was commonly known as the - - A. [ SUGAR - Act. ]
yumdrea|Points 12953|

User: 9. Before departing for what would become the Plymouth Colony, the Scrooby Separatists first lived for a time in A. Belgium. B. the Chesapeake. C. the Netherlands. D. Scotland.

Weegy: Before departing for what would become the Plymouth Colony, the Scrooby Separatists first lived for a time in: A. the Netherlands.
andrewpallarca|Points 46359|

User: 10. In the southern campaign launched by the British, Cornwallis lost a battle with the Americans under Nathaniel Greene at A. Cowpens. B. Camden. C. Charles Town. D. Savannah.

Weegy: The Battle of Cowpens, January 17, 1781, was in South Carolina. It was when Nathaniel Greene beat Cornwallis and was a turning point. [ - See more at: ]
Onlineexpert|Points 496|

User: 11. Parliament passed the Coercive Acts, known in America as the Intolerable Acts, in response to A. Patrick Henry's Resolves. B. insults addressed to the customs commissioners. C. the Boston Massacre. D. the Boston Tea Party.

Weegy: Parliament passed the Coercive Acts, known in America as the Intolerable Acts, in response to C. the Boston Tea Party. [ Four of the acts were issued in direct response to the Boston Tea Party of December 1773; the British Parliament hoped these punitive measures would, by making an example of Massachusetts, reverse the trend of colonial resistance to parliamentary authority that had begun with the 1765 Stamp Act. ]
debnjerry|Points 65210|

User: 12. At the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Madison drafted the plan presented by Virginia Governor Randolph, and William Patterson of _______ presented a plan that was similar to the Articles of Confederation. A. Pennsylvania B. Massachusetts C. New Jersey D. South Carolina

Weegy: At the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Madison drafted the plan presented by Virginia Governor Randolph, and William Patterson of New Jersey.
mamarugz|Points 318|

User: 13. Jacques Cartier sailed to the New World in 1534 in search of A. Newfoundland. B. Montreal. C. a northwest passage to China. D. the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

Weegy: Jacques Cartier sailed to the New World in 1534 in search of D. a northwest passage to China.
indi|Points 278|

User: 14. Which of the following was the primary interest of the British government in approving James Oglethorpe's Georgia colony? A. Developing new lands for rice production B. Providing an asylum for British debtors C. Thwarting Spanish claims in the area south of Carolina D. Increasing immigration to the southern colonies

Weegy: The primary interest of the British government in approving James Oglethorpe's Georgia colony was: Providing an asylum for British debtors.
debnjerry|Points 65210|

User: 15. Under the _______ system, Spanish conquistadores were rewarded with local villages and control over the local labor force. A. impresario B. plantation C. encomienda D. land reform

Weegy: Under the C. encomienda system, Spanish conquistadores were rewarded with local villages and control over the local labor force.
OxTornado007|Points 6899|

User: 16. In which of the following colonial wars did the American colonists capture the fort at Louisbourg and begin to crave domination over the entire western region that included the Ohio Valley? A. King William's War B. Queen Anne's War C. King George's War D. War of Spanish Secession

Weegy: C. Queen Anne's Wa
hyundaikorea22|Points 10|

User: 17. "All powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution . . . are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people." This language, drafted by _______ and incorporated into the _______ Amendment of the Bill of Rights was intended to address the concerns of the Antifederalists. A. Hamilton; Fourth B. Hamilton; Tenth C. Madison; Tenth D. Madison: Fourth

Weegy: This language, drafted by and incorporated into D. Madison; Tenth
MrG|Points 14147|

User: 18. In Jefferson's view, George Washington's action in addressing the Whiskey Rebellion A. wouldn't have been necessary save for the influence of Republican clubs. B. was a fitting response to an immediate threat to the federal government. C. amounted to an inappropriate overreaction. D. was appropriate but not sufficiently bold.

Weegy: In Jefferson's view, George Washington's action in addressing the Whiskey Rebellion was appropriate but not sufficiently bold.
MrG|Points 14147|

User: 19. In Virginia, colonists who could pay their way across the Atlantic were granted 50 acres of land to lease for a modest rental fee. The term for such an arrangement was called A. land assurance. B. land granting. C. headright. D. indenturing.

Weegy: In Virginia, colonists who could pay their way across the Atlantic were granted 50 acres of land to lease for a modest rental fee. The term for such an arrangement was called D. Headright. [ [smile] An indenture is a legal contract between two parties, particularly for indentured labour or a term of apprenticeship but also for certain land transactions. ]
Mayang30|Points 3592|

User: 20. The Committee of Correspondence was initiated by A. John Adams. B. Samuel Adams. C. Ben Franklin. D. Patrick Henry.

User: 1. The politicians who met at the Hartford Convention in 1814 A. represented the interests of the cotton-growing states. B. recommended changes in the Constitution. C. favored secession from the Union. D. were mainly concerned with increasing trade with Britain.

Weegy: The politicians who met at the Hartford Convention in 1814 : recommended changes in the Constitution.
jeifunk|Points 37787|

User: 2. Which of the following was true of the Webster-Ashburton Treaty? A. It settled British and American claims to the Oregon Country. B. It established the northern boundary of California. C. It established the southern boundary of Alaska. D. It established a definite northeastern boundary with Canada.

Weegy: The answer is D. It established a definite northeastern boundary with Canada.
jaydrag|Points 51|

User: 3. The keystone to what Henry Clay called the American System was A. encouraging British competition. B. a low tariff C. abolishing slavery. D. a high tariff.

Weegy: The keystone to what Henry Clay called the American System was HIGH TARIFF.
tektek10|Points 482|

User: 4. Which of the following utopian communities was founded and established in New York State? A. Oneida B. New Harmony C. Spiritualist D. Shaker Village

Weegy: Oneida was founded and established in New York State.
jeifunk|Points 37787|

User: 5. The first fully developed American factory system emerged in the _______ industry. A. iron B. distilling C. sugarcane D. textile

Weegy: Yes, D. textile.
debnjerry|Points 65210|

User: 6. Which of the following was true of the Judiciary Act of 1801? A. It expanded the federal court system. B. It reduced the power of the federal courts. C. It was opposed by the Federalists. D. It packed the Supreme Court with Democratic Republicans.

Weegy: It packed the Supreme Court with Democratic Republicans was true of the Judiciary Act of 1801.
EXCON|Points 554|

User: 7. Andrew Jackson's specie circular of 1836 stipulated that after August 15 only _______ would be accepted in payment for public lands. A. silver B. special banknotes C. gold D. gold and silver

Weegy: The answer is B. Gold and silver. Andrew Jackson's specie circular of 1836 stipulated that after August 15 only GOLD AND SILVER would be accepted in payment for public lands.
andrewpallarca|Points 46362|

User: 8. The election of 1824 that brought _______ to the presidency was the most controversial and complicated election in American history. A. Andrew Jackson. B. John Adams. C. John Quincy Adams D. James Monroe

Weegy: John Quincy Adams
DEANA|Points 1091|

User: 9. The largest of the five so-called "civilized tribes" was the A. Creek. B. Seminole. C. Cherokee. D. Choctaw.

User: 10. After the War of 1812, the first expansionist goal of the republic was the acquisition of A. Canada. B. California. C. Florida. D. the Oregon Country.

Weegy: After the War of 1812, the first expansionist goal of the republic was the acquisition of FLORIDA.



User: 11. The Liberator was to William Lloyd Garrison as the North Star was to A. Theodore Dwight Weld. B. Harriet Tubman. C. Frederick Douglass. D. the Grimke sisters.

Weegy: B. Frederick Douglass. Frederick Douglass published the North Star until June 1851
migzptz|Points 7632|

User: 12. Elias Howe invented which of the following? A. A method for vulcanizing rubber B. The steel plow C. The sewing machine D. The mechanical reaper

Weegy: Elias Howe invented A. The sewing machine
jameshand|Points 2049|

User: 13. The West African nation of Liberia was founded under the auspices of A. the American Peace Society. B. William Lloyd Garrison. C. Dorothea Dix. D. the American Colonization Society.

Weegy: The West African nation of Liberia was founded under the auspices of the American Colonization Society.




User: 14. The Panic of 1837 resulted in large measure from A. the costs associated with Indian removal. B. the policies of Martin Van Buren's administration. C. complex changes in the international economic system. D. the policies of John Quincy Adams.

Weegy: The Panic of 1837 resulted in large measure from: D. complex changes in the international economic system.
andrewpallarca|Points 46362|

User: 15. Under America's second party system, the Whigs stood for A. a "liberally negligent" state. B. policies that kept government hands off business and industry. C. policies that directly supported commercial enterprises. D. a "negative liberal state."

Weegy: Under America's second party system, the Whigs stood for: C. policies that directly supported commercial enterprises.
beezy_187|Points 461|

User: 16. John Marshall's 1803 decision in Marbury v. Madison A. established the principle of state sovereignty. B. established the principle of judicial review. C. was repudiated by Thomas Jefferson. D. found in favor of Marbury.

Weegy: John Marshall's 1803 decision in Marbury v. Madison D. established the principle of state sovereignty.
BRAINSTORM|Points 3130|

User: 17. Who successfully negotiated the final terms of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo? A. John Slidell B. Nicolas Trist C. James Polk D. Zachary Taylor

Weegy: A. Nicholas Trist
debnjerry|Points 65210|

User: 18. The main impact of the invention of the cotton gin in 1793 was on A. the cost of cotton goods. B. the ability to process long-staple cotton. C. the ability to process short-staple cotton. D. cotton production in the Upper South.

Weegy: The main impact of the invention of the cotton gin in 1793 was on: The ability to process short-staple cotton.




User: 19. As drafted by Vice President John C. Calhoun of South Carolina, the right of a state to set aside federal law was called A. abdication. B. nullification. C. reconciliation. D. excision.

Weegy: The right of a state to set aside federal law was called A. nullification
MrG|Points 14147|

User: 20. Who initiated the phrase "manifest destiny"? A. James K. Polk B. John L. O'Sullivan C. John Tyler D. William Henry Harrison

Weegy: John L. O'Sullivan, 1874, was an influential columnist as a young man, but is now generally remembered only for his use of the phrase "Manifest Destiny" to advocate the annexation of Texas and Oregon
mythmoh|Points 5349|

User: 1. In the election of 1860, the _______ won the electoral votes of all the free states, except a fraction of the New Jersey votes. A. Whigs B. Democrats C. Constitutional Union Party D. Republicans

Weegy: In the election of 1860, the Republicans won the electoral votes of all the free states, except a fraction of the New Jersey votes.
jeifunk|Points 37787|

User: 2. The Wilmot Proviso was a proposed amendment to a military appropriations bill that would A. permit the slavery issue to be determined by popular sovereignty. B. ban slavery in territories acquired from Mexico. C. establish slavery in the territories acquired from Mexico. D. regulate competition between free and slave states.

Weegy: D. ban slavery in territories acquired from Mexico.
selymi|Points 17774|

User: 3. In the later phases of the Civil War, General __________, running for president against Lincoln, declared that he would not make emancipation a condition of reconstruction. A. Longstreet B. Meade C. Sherman D. McClellan

Weegy: In the later phases of the Civil War, General C. McClellan, running for president against Lincoln, declared that he would not make emancipation a condition of reconstruction. [ [smile] Source: ]
Mayang30|Points 3592|

User: 4. During the bitter struggle over reconstruction policy, Congress overrode Johnson's veto of the A. Radical Reconstruction Act. B. bill intended to nullify the South's black codes. C. Civil Rights Act. D. bill extending the life of the Freedman's Bureau.

Weegy: Congress overrode Johnson's veto of C. Civil Rights Act.



User: 5. In 1866, the Sioux Chief Red Cloud ambushed and massacred Union soldiers in an incident that would be referred to as the _______ Massacre. A. Wounded Knee B. Chivrington C. Fetterman D. Little Big Horn

Weegy: In 1866, the Sioux Chief Red Cloud ambushed and massacred Union soldiers in an incident that would be referred to as the B. Fetterman Massacre.
matahari|Points 6282|

User: 6. The Wade-Davis Bill passed by Congress, then vetoed by Lincoln, stipulated that _______ percent of voters in a Confederate state must take an oath of future loyalty to the Union before a process of restoration could begin. A. 50 B. 10 C. 20 D. 70

Weegy: The Wade-Davis Bill passed by Congress, then vetoed by Lincoln, stipulated that 50 percent of voters in a Confederate state must take an oath of future loyalty to the Union before a process of restoration could begin. [ target='_blank' rel='nofollow'>http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:FTDkXvsVQwUJ:' target='_blank' rel='nofollow'>www.pearsonhighered.com/samplechapter/0205572707.pdf+&cd=5&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ph ]
emdjay23|Points 18518|

User: 7. If you were a reform-minded person who, above all, loathed the social problems associated with alcohol, you would have been especially sympathetic to the A. Mugwumps. B. evangelical efforts of Dwight L. Moody. C. WCTU. D. Comstock Law.

Weegy: If you were a reform-minded person who, above all, loathed the social problems associated with alcohol, you would have been especially sympathetic to the B. WCTU.
SDRam|Points 95|

User: 8. Which of the following was true of the Know-Nothing party? A. It focused on containing the expansion of slavery. B. It rejected nativism. C. It gained the widespread support of new immigrants. D. It wanted to undermine immigrant voting strength.

Weegy: Which of the following was true of the Know-Nothing party? The answer is C. It wanted to undermine immigrant voting strength.
jerry06|Points 21767|

User: 9. The National _______ Act of 1902, provided proceeds from the sale of public lands for the construction of dams, canals, and irrigation systems in sixteen Western states. A. Reclamation B. Development C. Land Grant D. Recovery

User: 10. After Lincoln "fired" George McClellan, his successor, General _______ proved himself an equally inept commander at the Battle of Fredericksburg. A. Johnston B. Burnside C. Hooker D. Meade

Weegy: After Lincoln "fired" George McClellan, his successor, General BURNSIDE proved himself an equally inept commander at the Battle of Fredericksburg. [ ]
emdjay23|Points 18518|

User: 11. Which of the following noted American authors wrote works that supported slavery? A. Ralph Waldo Emerson B. Edgar Allan Poe C. Harriet Beecher Stowe D. Henry David Thoreau

Weegy: b.edgar allen poe. edgar allen poe wrote works that supported slavery
migzptz|Points 7632|

User: 12. In the new cities of the 1800s, streetcars were to the suburbs and residential neighborhoods as glass and steel were to A. palatial mansions of the rich. B. factories. C. railroad stations. D. skyscrapers.

Weegy: C. railroad stations.
rhovy06|Points 234|

User: 13. The richest discovery in the history of mining occurred in 1873. This so-called "Big Bonanza" made _______ the richest man in the world. A. Henry Sutter B. Henry Comstock C. John Mackay D. John Placer

Weegy: The richest discovery in the history of mining occurred in 1873. This so-called "Big Bonanza" made C. John Mackay the richest man in the world.
cecillereign|Points 664|

User: 14. General Grant's army came closest to defeat in the West as a result of a surprise Confederate attack at the Battle of A. Shiloh. B. Fort Henry. C. Vicksburg. D. Manassas.

Weegy: General Grant's army came closest to defeat in the West as a result of a surprise Confederate attack at the Battle of C. Fort Henry.
fishda1720|Points 10|

User: 15. Which of the following statements about John D. Rockefeller is most accurate? A. He considered competition to be the central ideal of capitalism. B. He invented the concept of vertical integration. C. He drilled the first oil well near Titusville, Pennsylvania. D. He founded the Standard Oil Company when he was 24 years old.

Weegy: D. He considered competition to be the central ideal of capitalism. of the following statements about John D. Rockefeller is most accurate
Marvel2|Points 6260|

User: 16. In the Battle of _______, a disastrous charge against forces holding Cemetery Ridge led to Confederate defeat. A. Antietam B. Gettysburg C. Cold Harbor D. Vicksburg

Weegy: In the Battle of - - C. GETTYSBURG - - , a disastrous charge against forces holding Cemetery Ridge led to Confederate defeat.
yumdrea|Points 12953|

User: 17. As ratified in 1870, the _______ Amendment prohibited any state from denying the vote to any male citizen on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude. A. Thirteenth B. Sixteenth C. Fifteenth D. Fourteenth

User: 18. Founded by Oliver H. Kelley, the organization that came to be known as the _______ provided educational, social, and cultural activities to its rural members. A. Prairie Alliance B. Okies C. Farm Guild D. Grange

Weegy: Founded by Oliver H. Kelley, the organization that came to be known as the - - D. GRANGE - - provided educational, social, and cultural activities to its rural members.
yumdrea|Points 12953|

User: 19. A series of legislative acts passed under the Grant administration in 1870 and 1871 authorized federal protection for black suffrage through the use of the Army against the Ku Klux Klan. Together, these were known as the _______ Acts. A. Grant B. Force C. Reconciliation D. Klan

User: 20. Which of the following statements about the provisions of the Compromise of 1850 is true? A. The principle of popular sovereignty was abandoned. B. The slave trade was abolished in the District of Columbia. C. Fugitive slaves were denied any and all constitutional rights. D. The New Mexico Territory was absorbed into Texas.

Weegy: Which of the following statements about the provisions of the Compromise of 1850 is true? A. The slave trade was abolished in the District of Columbia.
jtj_hello|Points 566|

User: 1. Theodore Roosevelt's first major trust-busting victory resulted from a suit brought against A. the American Tobacco Company. B. the DuPont Corporation. C. the Northern Securities Company. D. Standard Oil.

Weegy: Theodore Roosevelt's first major trust-busting victory resulted from a suit brought against: the Northern Securities Company.



User: 2. After the Spanish-American War, the _______ reserved the right of the United States to intervene in Cuba's internal affairs. A. Caribbean Accord B. Foraker Act C. Platt Amendment D. Open Door policy

Weegy: After the Spanish-American War, the Platt Amendment reserved the right of the United States to intervene in Cuba's internal affairs.
jeifunk|Points 37787|

User: 3. The last of Wilson's Fourteen Points called for A. Belgian neutrality. B. the creation of a League of Nations. C. the establishment of an independent Poland. D. heavy reparations to be assessed against Germany.

Weegy: B. the creation of a League of Nations.
tinkermei|Points 1301|

User: 4. After the election of 1890, organized groups supporting farmers called for the formation of a third party that became generally known as the _______ Party. A. Socialist B. American C. Ocala D. Populist

Weegy:
After the election of 1890, organized groups supporting farmers called for the formation of a third party that became generally known as the POPULIST party.




User: 5. As passed by the Congress after McKinley delivered his war message to Congress, the declaration of war against Spain was modified by the Teller Amendment, which stipulated that A. trade with Spain would continue as usual. B. Spain must abandon all claims to territories in the Western Hemisphere. C. the United States wouldn't annex Cuba. D. the United States reserved the right to annex Cuba.

Weegy: As passed by the Congress after McKinley delivered his war message to Congress, the declaration of war against Spain was modified by the Teller Amendment, which stipulated that D. the United States wouldn't annex Cuba
tory11|Points 30|

User: 6. During the election of 1936, declaring their party a "millionaire's union," Franklin Roosevelt focused mainly on defeating the A. Union Party running William Lemke. B. Union Party running Gerald K. Smith. C. Liberty League running Father Coughlin. D. Liberty League running Alfred M. Landon.

Weegy: During the election of 1936, declaring their party a "millionaire's union," Franklin Roosevelt focused mainly on defeating the Liberty League running Alfred M. Landon.
yeswey|Points 21425|

User: 6. During the election of 1936, declaring their party a "millionaire's union," Franklin Roosevelt focused mainly on defeating the A. Union Party running William Lemke. B. Union Party running Gerald K. Smith. C. Liberty League running Father Coughlin. D. Liberty League running Alfred M. Landon.

Weegy: During the election of 1936, declaring their party a "millionaire's union," Franklin Roosevelt focused mainly on defeating the Liberty League running Alfred M. Landon.
yeswey|Points 21425|

User: 7. The Niagara Movement, headed by _______, sought equal rights for blacks. A. William E. Walling B. William Lloyd Garrison C. Booker T. Washington D. W. E. B. Du Bois

User: 8. Following the Spanish-American War, and especially in regard to American occupation of the Philippines, most anti-imperialists argued that A. the occupation would lead to unhealthy racial mixing. B. cheap, imported Filipino laborers would take American jobs. C. because all war was immoral, the fruits of war were tainted. D. installing tyranny abroad would encourage tyranny at home.

Weegy: Following the Spanish-American War, and especially in regard to American occupation of the Philippines, [ most anti-imperialists argued that installing tyranny abroad would encourage tyranny at home. ]
emdjay23|Points 18518|

User: 9. The _______ demanded that Latin American countries keep their financial affairs on order or risk intervention by the United States. A. Knox Policy B. Monroe Doctrine C. Good Neighbor Policy D. Roosevelt Corollary

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The Roosevelt Corollary demanded that Latin American countries keep their financial affairs on order or risk intervention by the United States.
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Your bowling average is stuck at 170.
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The following of 15/22 represents a proper fraction .
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9. What is the product of 3 2/3 and 14 2/5? A. 52 4/15 B. 52 4/5 C. 42 4/5 D. 54
Weegy: 3 2/3 * 14 2/5 11/3 * 72/5 792/15 264/5 52 4/5 Answer is C User: 10. What is the sum of 3/8 and 1/16? A. 4/24 B. 1/4 C. 7/16 D. 1/6 (More)
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The sum of 3/8 and 1/16 is 7/16 .
3/8 + 1/16
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15. 4/15 of the 315 members of a book club are male. How many female members are there in the club? A. 174 B. 131 C. 231 D. 84
Weegy: If 4/15 of the members are male, that means 11/15 of the members are female. 315*11/15 = 231. Therefore the number of females in the club is: D. 231. User: 16. Ralph spends 15 1/3 hours per month playing tennis. How many hours does he play tennis in a year? (There are twelve months in a year.) A. 182 2/3 B. 164 C. 164 1/3 D. 184 Weegy: The answer is C. 184. 15 1/3hours= 46/3hours per month, so multiplying it by 12 gives 184, the answer. User: 17. A family spends 1/10 of its annual income for housing, 1/4 for food and clothing, 1/5 for general expenses, and 2/15 for entertainment. What fractional part of their income is spent on these items altogether? A. 41/60 B. 6/41 C. 11/12 D. 1/7 (More)
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41/60 of their income is spent on these items altogether .
1/10 + 1/4 + 1/5 + 2/15
= 6/60 + 15/60 + 12/60 + 8/60
= 41/60
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60 is the least common denominator of 3/4, 4/5, 2/3 .
3/4 + 4/5 + 2/3
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Weegy: The reciprocal of 7:9 is 1/7: 1/9.
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