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Energy can be measured directly with a calorimeter. True False
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User: Energy can be measured directly with a calorimeter. True False

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Energy can be measured directly with a calorimeter. FALSE.
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Providing assistance to people in need through programs is known as services.
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Providing assistance to people in need through programs is known as services. FALSE
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Providing assistance to people in need through programs is known as SOCIAL services.
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What was the Allied strategy for World War II? Allies focus on defeating the Axis in Europe before focusing on the Pacific. Allies focus on defeating the Axis in the Pacific before focusing on Europe. Soviet Union would focus on Germany while the U.S focused on Japan The U.S would focus on the Pacific while the other Allies focused on Europe
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Allies focus on defeating the Axis in Europe before focusing on the Pacific was the Allied strategy for World War II.

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A deserter is one who leaves a military post ______ permission. with without
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A deserter is one who leaves a military post without permission.
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