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If you use the bcc field in an email, what are you trying to do? A. Greet the main recipient of the email B. Describe the subject of the email C. Add a person to the email in full view of the main recipient D. Add a person to the email without the main recipient's knowledge
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If you use the bcc field in an email, you are trying to: Add a person to the email without the main recipient's knowledge.
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Which of the following best describes the effect of decisions made by the Marshall Supreme Court? A. The Court gave more power to the states to regulate business. B. The Court favored farmers in cases put before it. C. The Court encouraged the growth of businesses by freeing them from meddling state laws. D. The Court ruled that treaties with foreign governments were unconstitutional.
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The Court encouraged the growth of businesses by freeing them from meddling state laws, best describes the effect of decisions made by the Marshall Supreme Court.
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Hamilton's goals for the early United States included A. encouraging the growth of fur trading and paying off all debts with the cash earned. B. encouraging the growth of American agriculture and establishing a powerful system of forts. C. avoiding foreign entanglements and political parties. D. encouraging the growth of American industry and establishing the nation's credit worthiness.
Weegy: Hamilton's goals for the early United States included: encouraging the growth of American industry and establishing the nation's credit worthiness. User: What were Andrew Jackson's beliefs regarding voting? A. Only landowning adult white males should be allowed to vote. B. All adult white males should be allowed to vote. C. All adult males should be allowed to vote. D. All adults should be allowed to vote. Weegy: All adult white males should be allowed to vote were Andrew Jackson's beliefs regarding voting. User: Samuel Slater was important to the industrialization of America because he A. designed the first water wheel. B. used his knowledge to build the nation's first water-powered textile mill. C. invented the steam engine. D. had the financial capital to build many factories in the North. (More)
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Samuel Slater was important to the industrialization of America because he used his knowledge to build the nation's first water-powered textile mill.
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Railroads encouraged the growth of settlements in the West because they A. allowed police forces to travel quickly. B. made it easier to move products from the interior of the country to the cities. C. paid to remove local Native Americans, making settlement safe. D. paid people to settle the Great Plains.
Weegy: Railroads encouraged the growth of settlements in the west because they made it easier to move products from the interior of the country to the cities. User: Robert E. Lee brought his Confederate forces into the North just before the battle of Gettysburg in hopes of A. demoralizing the North with a victory on northern soil. B. escaping a Union army that was chasing him. C. scavenging for food and military supplies. D. taking New York City. Weegy: Robert E. Lee brought his Confederate forces into the North just before the battle of Gettysburg in hopes of demoralizing the North with a victory on northern soil. User: Why did the southern cotton industry have a hard time recovering after the Civil War? A. Cotton became too expensive to process. B. Clothes were no longer made out of cotton. C. Temperature changed so much that cotton couldn't be grown in the South. D. Foreign competition drove the price of cotton down. (More)
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Southern cotton industry had a hard time recovering after the Civil War was because Foreign competition drove the price of cotton down.
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