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Communities of organisms coexist in organized, balanced _____? A-ranges B-territories C-ecosystems D-populations
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How did republicans try to project a universal appeal in their 1896 platform
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1. Which is farther away from the speaker? a. aquella chaqueta** b. esta chaqueta c. una chaqueta d. esa chaqueta 2. Where is ese abrigo located with respect to the speaker? a. on the speaker b. a long distance from the speaker c. no distance from the speaker d. a short distance from the speaker**
Which of the following is the correct way to list a span of pages according to MLA style? A. 350-75 B. 350…75 C. 350-375 D. 350 to 375
Which is an accurate statement about the excerpt and panel? Both support the fact that millions of innocent Jews were rounded up and taken by train to concentration camps. Both support the idea that Wiesel and Spiegelman’s father continue to be haunted by their memories of the Holocaust. Both detail an account of Wiesel and Spiegelman’s fathers being transported to Auschwitz. Both depict the emotional impact of what it was like to be sorted and separated by the Nazis and then shipped to the unknown.
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If one is assuming the Big Bang theory is in essence true, then just take the age of the Known Universe, and multiply the result by two. You can see, the fastest way that anything could have been spotted out since the Big Bang is the speed of light, so that if the Known Universe is 15 billion years, it would be 30 billion light years wide. The problem with this response is that it ignores the expansion of space. If, indeed, it is true that, IN the ABSENCE OF EXPANSION, a photon that started traveling very close to the start of the Big Bang and then continued traveling for 15 billion years travel of 15 billion light-years. The situation changes with expansion, however. The 15 billion light-years that the photon would have travelled, over time, expanded to more than 45 billion light-years. Therefore, that infinitesmally small part of our Universe that we can see is actually about 46 billion light-years in radius.
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