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The first nation to build its economy on capitalism was _____. the United States England France the Netherlands
Weegy: The first nation to build its economy on capitalism was the Netherlands. (More)
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Louis Pasteur is credited with saving countless lives through his scientific research. What were two of his major accomplishments? A. discovering penicillin and publishing several books on the use of the drug B. proving the germ theory of disease and developing several new vaccines C. proving that disinfectants can reduce infections and creating new surgical techniques D. detecting the microorganisms responsible for cholera and discovering a cure for the disease
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Louis Pasteur is credited with saving countless lives through his scientific research by B.proving the germ theory of disease and developing several new vaccines .Pasteur's various investigations convinced him of the rightness of the germ theory of disease, which holds that germs attack the body from outside. Many felt that such tiny organisms as germs could not possibly kill larger ones such as humans. Pasteur now extended this theory to explain the causes of many diseases - including anthrax, cholera, TB and smallpox - and their prevention by vaccination. He is best known for his work on the development of vaccines for rabies. In 1888, a special institute was founded in Paris for the treatment of diseases. It became known as the Institut Pasteur. Pasteur was its director until his death on 28 September 1895. He was a national hero and was given a state funeral.
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What lessons on subject verb agreement and verb tenses have you learned that will change the way you write? How will these lessons improve your writing?
Weegy: Person in grammar explains to whom a sentence refers. In English, grammatical person goes hand in hand with grammatical number. Number tells you whether each grammatical person is singular or plural. [ [ Modern English observes three persons: first, second and third. You can use subject pronouns to indicate the person of a sentence: "I" is first-person singular; "we" is first-person plural; "you" is second-person singular and plural; "he," "she" and "it" are third-person singular and "they" is third-person plural. Verb Conjugation * When you conjugate an English verb, you must choose the correct person and number. Below you can find the conjugations for the present indicative form of the verb "to live." I live You live He (she or it) lives We live All of you live They live Subject-verb agreement errors often result from incorrect verb conjugation. For example, "We seen it" is incorrect because the proper first-person plural simple past tense conjugation of "to see" is "saw" not "seen." Read more: What Are Subject-Verb Agreement Errors? | ] (More)
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What is a payroll withholding statement? a. A bank statement summarizing the activity of an individual’s bank account. c. The summary statement attached to a paycheck that summarizes income, tax withholdings, and other deductions. b. The net pay that an individual receives. d. None of the above.
Weegy: A. Payroll withholding statement is: c. The summary statement attached to a paycheck that summarizes income, tax withholdings, and other deductions. (More)
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Science does not have an explanation for the origin of matter or energy. True False
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Identify a major theme in ONE of the stories or poems you read for this course. State the theme in a complete sentence. Then explain how the author develops this theme throughout the story or poem through plot events, character development, dialogue, and other story elements
Weegy: Can you please give Weegy a list of the stories that were in the course? This will allow us to provide you with a correct answer. (More)
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What is the major purpose of pedigree? A. To determine the average age of a family B. To find out family histories and medical records C. To find out whether a couple can have a boy or a girl D. To trace the inheritance of a certain trait through generations
Weegy: D. To trace the inheritance of a certain trait through generations. a pedigree is a way to show several generations of organisms. (More)
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The fundamental similarity between free will and determinism is that _____.ANSWERS TO CHOOSE FROM: (A.)neither believes in personal choice. (B.)neither believes in genetics. (C.)neither believes that people can make decisions. OR (D.)No choice is correct.
Weegy: The fundamental similarity between free will and determinism is that _____. (B.)neither believes in genetics. (More)
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Clinton's agenda included unpaid leaves from companies for family needs. is this true or false?
Weegy: Yes this is TRUE. Clinton's agenda included unpaid leaves from companies for family needs. (More)
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Perform the indicated operation without the use of a calculator and express each answer in decimal notation. 4.2*10^9/7*10^5 A. 6e+13 B. 6000 C. 0.00006 D. 60,000
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(4.2*10^9)/(7*10^5) = 0.6 x 10^4 = 6000
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explain the way that individuals process imformation with reference to the abilities and limitations of individuals with dementia
Weegy: It is asking you to explain how individuals listen to what they are being told then think about it, mull it over, work out how the feel about it etc. You then need to consider how dementia affects this process. [ How does it affect their abilities and limit their thinking skills? Think about memory loss, mood changes, communication problems etc. ] (More)
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What was the experience of minority groups during the Great Depression? They migrated to the Midwest and found success in farming. They experienced increased discrimination because of the competition for jobs. They received government assistance in starting their own businesses.
Weegy: What was the experience of minority groups during the Great Depression? They experienced increased discrimination because of the competition for jobs.. (More)
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Solve this: there were two eskimos standing outside their igloo. The young eskimo is the grandson of the old eskimo but the old eskimo is not the grandmother of the young eskimo...
Weegy: The old eskimo is the grandfather of the young eskimo. (More)
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Which sentence best describes one of the main themes in this poem? A. Time passes slowly and waits for nobody. B. Life is beautiful, and each day brings joy. C. Nature is unpredictable, powerful, and threatening.
Weegy: Can you please give the tile of the poem so I could answer you correctly. (More)
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Which does the trophic structure of a community describe?
Weegy: Trophic levels can be represented by numbers, starting at level 1 with plants. [ Further trophic levels are numbered subsequently according to how far the organism is along the food chain. Level 1: Plants and algae make their own food and are called primary producers. Level 2: Herbivores eat plants and are called primary consumers. Level 3: Carnivores which eat herbivores are called secondary consumers. Level 4: Carnivores which eat other carnivores are called tertiary consumers. Level 5: Apex predators which have no predators are at the top of the food chain. ] User: An owl that ate a snake that ate a mouse that ate some wheat is an example of a food chain. Which order of consumer is the snake? User: All the living and nonliving factors in an organism's ecosystem, its interaction with these factors, and the role that it plays in the ecosystem, are known as the organism's _______. Weegy: Habitat:1:the type of environment in which an organism or group normally lives or occurs. [ ] (More)
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