ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

Read the sentence. Each tenth and eleventh grader (know, knows) that every planet and satellite (rotate, rotates) constantly. Which verbs correctly complete the sentence? knows; rotates know; rotate know; rotates knows; rotate

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:knows and rotates

Explanation:

Answer 2
Answer:

Answer:Heat energy transfers from the burner to the skin.

Explanation:because the

energy transfers from the burner to the skin.


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What do the details in this excerpt help readers to infer about the barbarians?

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answer is c hope it helps



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The answer Is D

Explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

In Lincoln view why is it necessary that the union win the war

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Lincoln thinks that the war needs to be won because if they don't a) slavery will be even more concentrated in the north, and b) they will begin to also oppress the north
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can you analyze the quote "the ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in a moment of comfort and convenience but he stands at times of challenge and controversy

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The quote by Martin Luther King Jr. means that the value or character of a man is related to the courage he demonstrates in difficult times when he knows he owns the truth and must endure in spite of the obstacles he is facing. King said this words in his last speech during the Civil Rights Movement, before he was assassinated in 1968.

HIGH SCHOOL

Hurry please its important! Which of the following makes up the political process?
I. interactions based on authority or power
II. reading and writing literature
III. creation and application of policies

A I only
B I and II
C I and III
D II and III

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C is the right one I and III

C. I and III one and 3

HIGH SCHOOL

Which conjunction best fixes the run-on sentence? Can Michelle climb the rock wall, __________ can I, too? a. nor
b. so
c. or
d. and

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The conjunction that bestfits the run-on sentence is
d. and
MIDDLE SCHOOL

This is the first of a planned _____ from a master of science fiction. Which option best completes the sentence. A) Characterization

B) Prologue

C) Preview

D) Trilogy

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Hello Lyzetteup6bgwm!
 
I believe the answer to your question above is option B - prologue.
A is incorrect because characterization is telling how the character or setting looks like, etc.
C is also incorrect because a preview is when you see something and decide whether you want to watch, buy, rent it, etc.
D is also wrong because trilogy means something that is played right after another. As an example a tragic Greek play. 
I'm not to sure but I think its D because the first planned they can make more movies and science fiction. Call me a nerd but I think about the star wars trilogy
HIGH SCHOOL

Ead the quotation from "To the King's Most Excellent Majesty." "And may each clime with equal gladness see A monarch's smile can set his subjects free!" Wheatley uses the word free in these lines to suggest that

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Answer:

Subjects could live without being governed.

Explanation:

Free in the line suggests that the ‘subjects’ which refers in this poem to people governed or ruled by another, in this context by “the king; could be released or liberated, and could live without any rules or without being governed.

COLLEGE

When conducting research online, the key word or key phrase you type into a search engine should be A. unchanging from search to search so that you get consistent results.
B. as general as possible to include all possible results.
C. as clearly defined as possible so in order to narrow your search.
D. flexible and applicable to a variety of topics.

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I believe the answer is C!
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Where did the term goth originate

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It comes from the Germanic tribes that were present in Northern Europe and parts of Scandinavia a thousand years B.C. The Goths played a major role in the fall of the Roman Empire, though they were eventually Christianized and fought to defend it against the Huns. The Visigoths joined the Roman Empire and the Ostrogoths joined Attila the Hun.

According to their own legend, reported by the mid-6th-century Gothic historian Jordanes, the Goths originated in southern Scandinavia and crossed in three ships under their king Berig to the southern shore of the Baltic Sea, where they settled after defeating the Vandals and other Germanic peoples in that area.
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