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In what type of organization is sequence extremely important?
Sequence is extremely important in Chronological order.
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Based on the preceding paragraph, what does the word retrograde mean?
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Updated 141 days ago|6/7/2020 11:43:53 AM
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"When a planet travels westward in relation to the stars, its motion is called retrograde". Retrograde means: an apparent reversal of the usual direction of movement of a planet through the sky, due to the relative positions of the planet and Earth and how they are moving around the Sun.

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what does ethical mean?
Weegy: Ethical means: relating to beliefs about right and wrong. (More)
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Ethical is pertaining to or dealing with morals or the right and wrong conduct in accordance with the rules or standards especially in profession.


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In what part of a nonfiction book will you most likely find the names of the chapters? A. Glossary B. Index C. Title page D. Table of contents
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A _______ is a group of sentences that relate to a central or main topic.
Weegy: A paragraph is a group of sentences that relate to a central or main topic. (More)
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A paragraph is a group of sentences that relate to a central or main topic.



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The statement within a paragraph that provides the central idea is called a/an diatribe. body. introduction. topic sentence.
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