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9. When was the Louisiana Purchase made? A. 1812 B. 1830 C. 1803 D. 1823
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User: 9. When was the Louisiana Purchase made? A. 1812 B. 1830 C. 1803 D. 1823

Weegy: The Louisiana Purchase was made in 1803.
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User: 10. Who won the election of 1796? A. Aaron Burr B. John Adams C. Alexander Hamilton D. Thomas Jefferson

Weegy: John Adams won the election of 1796.
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User: 11. Before the US capital was in Washington, DC, where was it? A. Charlestown B. Albany C. Philadelphia D. New York City

Weegy: Before the US capital was in Washington, DC, it was in Philadelphia.
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User: 12. Why was John Quincy Adams not elected for a second term? A. He didn't run for a second term. B. He lost the support of the people. C. He faced many scandals in his first term. D. He didn't actively campaign for himself

Weegy: John Quincy Adams was not elected for a second term because: He lost the support of the people.
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User: 13. What were activists trying to reform? A. Nature B. Prisons C. Churches D. Native American tribes

Weegy: Activists were trying to reform prisons.
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4. How are unlike fractions identified? A. The denominators are different numbers. B. The numerators and denominators are the same. C. Both fractions have the same value. D. The denominators are the same number.
Weegy: A fraction in which the numerator is smaller than the denominator is called a Proper Fraction. (More)
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The denominators are different numbers: how unlike fractions are identified.

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14. What is 26% as a fraction in simplest form? A. 6 25 B. 26 10 C. 26 100 D. 13 50
Weegy: 26% as a fraction = 26/100 = 13/50 User: 15. Find the difference between the product of 26.22 and 3.09 and the sum of 3.507, 2.08, 11.5, and 16.712. A. 4.489 B. 6.511 C. 47.2208 D. 58.3108 (More)
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Product of 26.22 and 3.09 = 26.22 x 3.09 = 81.02.
Sum is addition: 3.507 + 2.08 + 11.5 + 16.712 = 33.799.
Difference between 81.02 and 33.8 = 81.02 - 33.799 = 47.2208.
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3. At the end of the year, a library reported 32 books lost or stolen and 24 books were sent out for repair. If the library originally had 1,219 books, how many were left on the shelves or in circulation? A. 1,275 B. 1,163 C. 1,219 D. 1,187
Weegy: At the end of the year, a library reported 32 books lost or stolen and 24 books were sent out for repair. The library originally had 1,219 books. The number of books left = 1219 - 32 - 24 = 1187 - 24 = 1163 (books) (More)
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4. Which of the following statements contains a quotient? A. 7 × 6 = 42 B. 7 + 6 = 13 C. 7 6 = 1 D. 42 ÷ 6 = 7
Weegy: 42 ÷ 6 = 7 contains a quotient. User: 5. Which of the following statements is true? A. 15 ÷ 0 = 0 B. 0 ÷ 15 = 0 C. 15 + 0 = 0 D. 15 0 = 0 Weegy: 0 ÷ 15 = 0 is true statement. User: 6. In the problem 10 4 = 6, what's the correct term for the number 4? A. Minuend B. Product C. Subtrahend D. Difference (More)
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In the problem 10 - 4 = 6, the correct term for the number 4: subtrahend.

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2. Which of the following is an example of a proper fraction? A. 11 10 B. 6 6 C. 4 17 D. 15 2
Weegy: 4/17 is an example of a proper fraction . (More)
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