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A CD-ROM is a compact disk that A. generates random essay topics. B. allows you to borrow books from any library. C. regulates the Library of Congress. D. contains stored information that can be read on a computer.
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User: A CD-ROM is a compact disk that A. generates random essay topics. B. allows you to borrow books from any library. C. regulates the Library of Congress. D. contains stored information that can be read on a computer.

Weegy: A CD-ROM is a compact disk that contains stored information that can be read on a computer.





User: To make sure your reader remembers the point of your essay, which of the following is most important? A. The introduction B. The ending C. Choosing an interesting subject D. The order in which you present your ideas

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To make sure your reader remembers the point of your essay, the ending is most important.
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A surface receiving sound is moved from its original position to a position three times farther away from the source of the sound. The intensity of the received sound thus becomes nine times as low.
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