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What was the main goal of the Crusades? A. To take Mecca from Islamic control B. To save the Byzantine Empire from invaders C. To take Jerusalem from Islamic control D. To open the Silk Roads to traders
The main goal of the Crusades was: To take Jerusalem from Islamic control.
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Dramatic irony means that: the audience knows something the character or characters don't.
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Dramatic irony means that A. everything works out in the end. B. things are going to end very badly for someone. C. the audience knows something the character or characters don't. D. the cosmos, state, family, and individual follow the same pattern.
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Sales for the last four months of the year for a company are listed below. What is the average of the sales for these four months? September $9,560 October 10,450 November 8,930 December 9,220 A. $9,540 B. $9,450 C. $9,140 D. $8,960
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Sales for the last four months of the year for a company are listed below.September $9,560 ; October 10,450; November $8,930 December $9,220; the average of the sales for these four months = $9,560 + 10,450 + 8,930 +9,220 / 4 = 38,160 / 4 = $9,540.
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Jane worked 32 hours in one week. If she worked the same number of hours each day for 4 days, she worked 8 hours a day.

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A switchboard received 232 calls last week and 208 calls this week. There were 24 fewer calls came through this week than last.
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