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The temperature scale used in science is the _______ scale. A. Celsius B. density C. Fahrenheit D. Kelvin
The temperature scale used in science is the Celsius scale.
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The Judiciary Act of 1789 A. established the office of the Secretary of State. B. recognized George Washington as the first President. C. created a three-member Supreme Court. D. created a system of thirteen federal district courts
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