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What were goals of the French Revolution? Check all that apply. a.) writing a constitution b.) ending absolute rule c.) lowering taxes for the rich d.)protecting individual rights e.) ending the class system

Answer: Augusto Pinochet was a Chilean general and politician, dictator of that country in the period between 1973 and 1990. He was appointed commander-in-chief of the Chilean Army on August 23, 1973, by President Salvador Allende, replacing the resigned General Carlos Prats. On September 11 of the same year, in …

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The king is not to be trusted without being looked after , or in other words , that a thrist for absolute power is the natural disease of monarchy . what writer of common sense is this ?

Answer 1: Correct answer is D. D = 4 As it is 4NaCl, it means that there are four molecules of sodium chloride so one molecule of sodium chloride contain 1 chlorine atom so 4 molecules contain 4 molecules of chlorine. Answer 2: Correct answer is B. B = law …

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Define enlargement and reduction. A. A dilation is a type of dilation where the value of the scale factor is greater than 0. An enlargement is a type of dilation where the value of the scale factor is less than 0. B. A dilation is a type of dilation where the absolute value of the scale factor is greater than 1. An enlargement is a type of dilation where the absolute value of the scale factor is between 0 and 1. C. An enlargement is a type of dilation where the value of the scale factor is greater than 0. A reduction is a type of dilation where the value of the scale factor is less than 0. D. An enlargement is a type of dilation where the absolute value of the scale factor is greater than 1. A reduction is a type of dilation where the absolute value of the scale factor is between 0 and 1.

Answer: Option B is correct The numerical values of the circumference and area are equal. Step-by-step explanation: Circumference(C) and Area (A)of the circle is given by:              ….[1]           ……[2] where, r is the radius of the circle. As per the …

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