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whats the gi bill?
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The Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944 (P.L. 78-346, 58 Stat. 284m), known informally as the G.I. Bill, was a law that provided a range of benefits for returning World War II veterans (commonly referred to as G.I.s).

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The term G.I. has been used as an initialism of "Government Issue" or "General Issue", but it originally referred to "galvanized iron", as used by the logistics services of the United States Armed Forces. During World War I, American soldiers sardonically referred to incoming German artillery shells as "G.I. cans".
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The Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, also known as the G.I. Bill, was a law that provided a range of benefits for returning World War II veterans. It was passed by the 78th United States Congress and signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on June 22, 1944. The original G.I.
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isomorphism
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In mathematics, an isomorphism, is a homomorphism (or more generally a morphism) that admits an inverse.
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what is an electrical conductor
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Updated 173 days ago|12/28/2018 8:37:22 AM
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An electrical conductor is a substance in which electrical charge carriers, usually electrons, move easily from atom to atom with the application of voltage.
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Which choice would be an example of a need on Maslow’s safety level? A) Respect B) Love C) Security D) Food
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Updated 173 days ago|12/28/2018 8:41:30 AM
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Security would be an example of a need on Maslow’s safety level.

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Security is an example of a need on Maslow’s safety level.
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What is a economic environment?
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Totality of economic factors, such as employment, income, inflation, interest rates, productivity, and wealth, that influence the buying behavior of consumers and firms.

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The economic environment consists of external factors in a business' market and the broader economy that can influence a business.
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An example of a man-made source of radiation is: a. Terrestrial sources b. Cosmic radiation c. Diagnostic radiation d. Potassium-40 in the human body
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Updated 173 days ago|12/28/2018 8:47:39 AM
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An example of a man-made source of radiation is Diagnostic radiation.
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An example of a man-made source of radiation is diagnostic radiation.
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meaning for covetous
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Updated 173 days ago|12/28/2018 8:51:33 AM
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Definition of COVETOUS 1: marked by inordinate desire for wealth or possessions or for another's possessions 2: having a craving for possession
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COVETOUS is feeling or showing a very strong desire for something that you do not have and especially for something that belongs to someone else.
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what is the meaning for covetous
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Updated 173 days ago|12/28/2018 8:52:27 AM
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Covetous: feeling or showing a very strong desire for something that you do not have and especially for something that belongs to someone else.
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Covetous is an adjective, meaning inordinately or wrongly desirous of wealth or possessions; greedy. (Usually postpositive and followed by of) jealously eager for the possession of something (especially the property of another person)
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Blood is filtered by which pair of organs?
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Updated 173 days ago|12/28/2018 8:56:26 AM
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Kidneys.
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Blood is filtered by the two KIDNEYS.
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The kidneys are the pair of organs that filter blood.
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Who developed the theory of relativity
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Updated 173 days ago|12/28/2018 8:59:16 AM
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Albert Einstein developed the Theory of Relativity.
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Albert Einstein developed the theory of relativity.
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How many instruments are there in a string quintet?
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Updated 173 days ago|12/28/2018 9:10:10 AM
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There are FIVE instruments in a string quintet.

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A string quintet is a musical composition for five string players. As an extension to the string quartet (two violins, a viola, and a cello), a string quintet includes a fifth string instrument, usually a second viola (a so-called "viola quintet") or a second cello (a "cello quintet"), or occasionally a double bass. So there are 3 instruments in a string quintet.
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What is 43 multiply by 67?
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Updated 173 days ago|12/28/2018 9:18:25 AM
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43*67=2881
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The multiplicand 43 multiplied by the multiplier 67 and the product is 2,881.
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What is pun?
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The pun, is a form of word play that suggests two or more meanings, by exploiting multiple meanings of words, or of similar-sounding words, for an intended humorous or rhetorical effect.

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Pun is a noun, which means the humorous use of a word or phrase so as to emphasize or suggest its different meanings or applications, or the use of words that are alike or nearly alike in sound but different in meaning; a play on words.
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Portugal
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Portugal, officially the Portuguese Republic (Portuguese: República Portuguesa; Mirandese: República Pertuesa), is a sovereign nation-state in Europe.
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What is rabies?
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Rabies is a viral disease that causes acute inflammation of the brain in humans and other warm-blooded animals.
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Rabies is a deadly virus spread to people from the saliva of infected animals. The rabies virus is usually transmitted through a bite. Animals most likely to transmit rabies in the United States include bats, coyotes, foxes, raccoons, and skunks. In developing countries of Africa and Southeast Asia, stray dogs are the most likely to spread rabies to people. Once a person begins showing signs and symptoms of rabies, the disease is nearly always fatal. For this reason, anyone who may have a risk of contracting rabies should receive rabies vaccines for protection.
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Thomson was the first scientist to experimentally question?
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Updated 173 days ago|12/28/2018 10:13:17 AM
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Thomson was the first scientist to experimentally question the existence of positive and negative particles within the atom.
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J. J. Thomson took science to new heights with his 1897 discovery of the electron – the first subatomic particle. He also found the first evidence that stable elements can exist as isotopes and invented one of the most powerful tools in analytical chemistry – the mass spectrometer.
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What are standard deductions?
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Updated 173 days ago|12/28/2018 10:16:00 AM
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The standard deduction, as defined under United States tax law, is a dollar amount that non-itemizers may subtract from their income and is based upon filing status.
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Standard deductions ensure that all taxpayers have at least some income that is not subject to federal income tax. Standard deductions generally increase each year due to inflation. You have the option of claiming the standard deduction or itemizing your deductions. However, you can never claim both in the same year. You will find that many states that impose an income tax will also allow you to claim a similar type of deduction on your state income tax return.
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4x + 18 = 10 User: 12x – 17 = -41
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Updated 173 days ago|12/28/2018 10:22:07 AM
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4x + 18 = 10
4x = 10 - 18
4x = -8
x = -8/4
x = -2
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12x – 17 = -41
12x = -41 + 17
12x = -24
x = -24/12
x = -2
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Let's solve your equation step-by-step.
12x 17= 41
Step 1: Add +17 to both sides.
12x 17+17= 41+17
12x= 24
Step 2: Divide both sides by 12.
12x12= 24
12x= 2
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x= 2
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what is 27% of $375
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$101.25 is 27% of $375.

$375 * 0.27 = $101.25
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To get the 27% of $375 just round-off 27% two digits to the left. So it will be 0.27 then multiply it by $375 the product is $101.25
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The three main types of symbiotic relationships are _____.
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Three types of symbiotic relationships are mutualism, commensalism and parasitism.
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The three main types of symbiotic relationships are mutualism, commensalism, and parasitism.
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