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What fatal mistake, from a Naturalist's perspective, does the man in Jack London's "To Build a Fire" make? A. He fails to deal fairly with his partners. B. He fails to respect his elders. C. He fails to acknowledge the power of nature. D. He fails to care properly for his dog.
The fatal mistake, from a Naturalist's perspective, which the man in Jack London's "To Build a Fire" makes is: C. He fails to acknowledge the power of nature. ?
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How does the structure of Sir Walter Scott's "Lochinvar" demonstrate that it is a narrative poem? A. Characters play out a plot, from beginning to end, over the course of the poem. B. The poem features likable characters, neutral characters, and despicable characters. C. True love triumphs over obstacles in the next-to-last stanza. D. Each stanza has six lines that rhyme aabbcc.
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The structure of Sir Walter Scott's "Lochinvar" demonstrates that it is a narrative poem, thus: A. Characters play out a plot, from beginning to end, over the course of the poem.
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Explain how you can safely determine whether a given solution is acidic, basic, or neutral.
Weegy: Look at the pH level. If the pH is from 0 to 7, it is acidic. If it is exactly 7, that means it is water and it is neutral. 7 to 14 is basic. (More)
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Please remember to provide sources to confirm your answers.
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I do provide the sources to all of my answers and I wonder why the link is not include in my answer.
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12TenaciousD, only moderators can see the links, and there is no link to this question/answer that's why debnjerry added the comment to provide a source.

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Sorry about that andrewpallarca. I am new here. I will fix every wrong I've make..
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Hi debnjerry, Please review my profile I think I am improving and I do follow the rules. Please retracted my warning. Thanks!
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