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Label the molecular shape around each of the central atoms in the amino acid glycine. hint

The Structure of Glycine is attached below and each central atom is encircled with different colors. Molecular Shape around Nitrogen Atom (Orange): As shown, Nitrogen is making three single bonds with two hydrogen atoms and one carbon atom hence, it has three bonded pair electrons and a single lone pair …

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How does author Lee Child develop his central idea in his "A Simple Way to Create Suspense"? 1 He writes about suspense by giving readers immediate answers. 2 He writes about suspense by creating suspense for his readers. 3 Many tense and suspenseful situations are included in the article. 4 Many characters in the article are found in suspenseful circumstances.

How does author Lee Child develop his central idea in his “A Simple Way to Create Suspense”? 1 He writes about suspense by giving readers immediate answers. 2 He writes about suspense by creating suspense for his readers. 3 Many tense and suspenseful situations are included in the article. 4 …

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Which will be most helpful as Camille re-reads her notes to find the central idea of this paragraph? A. Lee Child = author Jack Reacher B. Fish, drips = answers C. Big answer should come slowly D. Blank paper to print money

Which will be most helpful as Camille re-reads her notes to find the central idea of this paragraph? A. Lee Child = author Jack Reacher B. Fish, drips = answers C. Big answer should come slowly D. Blank paper to print money

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Read the excerpt from “A Simple Way to Create Suspense”. For instance, heading toward a movie review program, I remember we asked: Who was the studio’s first choice for the Harry Callahan role in “Dirty Harry”? We knew most viewers would be intrigued. (What, Clint Eastwood wasn’t the first choice?) But—and this was the lesson—the success of the tactic didn’t depend on intrigue. Even viewers with no interest at all stuck around to find out. Humans are hard-wired. They need to know. Even viewers who knew the answer for sure stuck around, in order to be gratified. The gap was bridged, and the danger averted. (It was Frank Sinatra. You waited, right?) Which best describes this excerpt? The central idea of this excerpt is that Clint Eastwood was not the original choice for the Dirty Harry movie. The central idea of this excerpt is that intrigue is the most important way to create suspense. The author uses an analogy to compare his readers to the characters of a Hollywood movie. The author uses a personal anecdote to show that audiences are willing to wait for an answer.

Answer: The option that best describes this excerpt is The author uses a personal anecdote to show that audiences are willing to wait for an answer. Explanation: At the beginning of the story he puts himself as part of a group and says “heading toward a movie review program, I …

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Which of the following best describes the 1957 events at Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas? Governor Faubus resisted the school’s integration with National Guard troops, and President Eisenhower sent federal troops to enforce integration. Under Governor Faubus, Little Rock police first fought, then enforced, the order to integrate the school. President Eisenhower sent National Guard troops to resist the school’s integration, but Governor Faubus obtained a court order to dismiss them. President Eisenhower and Governor Faubus worked together to make the integration process run as smoothly as possible.

The correct answer is  Governor Faubus resisted the school’s integration with National Guard troops, and President Eisenhower sent federal troops to enforce integration. After the Supreme Court case Brown vs. Board of Education (1954) the federal government called for the desegregation of schools all across America. This included Central High …

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How does this text feature enhance the information provided in the book? A. It connects the book’s central ideas about the design of the bicycle. B. It offers examples of improvements that were made to the bicycle. C. It provides insight about the significance of the bicycle to women. D. It emphasizes the widespread popularity of bicycles across all age groups.

The correct answer is C. The book “Wheels of Change” by Sue Macy seeks to show the reader the true meaning and importance that being able to ride a bicicle had to women of the nineteenth century. Macy explains that women were imprisoned by law, social conventions, and even by …

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Which of the following was the central idea of the Wilmot Proviso? A. To forbid slavery in territories gained in the Mexican War B. To keep the federal or territorial governments from banning slavery in territories gained in the Mexican War C. To eliminate slavery from all states and territories in the United States D. To ban slavery only in the newly acquired territories of New Mexico and California

Which of the following was the central idea of the Wilmot Proviso? A. To forbid slavery in territories gained in the Mexican War B. To keep the federal or territorial governments from banning slavery in territories gained in the Mexican War C. To eliminate slavery from all states and territories …

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1. What was NOT true regarding the Meuse-Argonne Offensive of November 1918? a. It was the largest operation of the American Expeditionary Force. b. It broke the German lines. 2. Which of the following was NOT a disadvantage to the Central Powers during World War I? a. the American Expeditionary Force b. The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk c. the British naval blockades d. the second Battle of the Marne 3. Which of the following was an outcome of the Russian Civil War? a. The provisional government was replaced by a new tsar dynasty. b. The provisional government remained in power. c. The Bolshevik Party was ordered to disband and leaders were exiled. d. The Bolshevik Party gained power under the leadership of Vladimir Lenin.

1. What was NOT true regarding the Meuse-Argonne Offensive of November 1918? a. It was the largest operation of the American Expeditionary Force. b. It broke the German lines. 2. Which of the following was NOT a disadvantage to the Central Powers during World War I? a. the American Expeditionary …

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Many would say that Europeans, and later the United States, exploited the fertile lands of the Central America region to suit their own financial interests. A) True B) False

Many would say that Europeans, and later the United States, exploited the fertile lands of the Central America region to suit their own financial interests. A) True B) False

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Which sentence from the essay best conveys the central idea of "Life Without Go Go Boots"? The rest of my life would be endurable if I had a pair of those white, calf-high confections with little black heels I learned what my mother had been trying to tell me all along: high fashion has the shelf life of potato salad. Style is mostly a matter of acting as if you know very well what you look like, thanks, and are just delighted about it I have a feeling the day might come when my daughter will beg to be a slave of conventional fashion.

Which sentence from the essay best conveys the central idea of “Life Without Go Go Boots”? The rest of my life would be endurable if I had a pair of those white, calf-high confections with little black heels I learned what my mother had been trying to tell me all …

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What group of people has had higher rates of emigration from the Central American region in recent years? A) young men looking for better economic opportunities B) young women from poor, rural families C) young women from poor, rural families D) entire families looking to escape poverty and war

What group of people has had higher rates of emigration from the Central American region in recent years? A) young men looking for better economic opportunities B) young women from poor, rural families C) young women from poor, rural families D) entire families looking to escape poverty and war

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Religion plays a large part in shaping the different cultural regions of the world. Central and South Asia, East Asia, and Southeast Asia share some of the same religions and religious history, though none of them is a distinct cultural region. In what ways are the religions of these Asian regions culturally similar to one another? In what ways are the regions culturally different due to religion?

Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 03:26 AM Each religion has a different culture. Many religions restrict eating certain foods, wearing certain clothes or associating with certain people. In Central Asia, Chinese religion such as Buddhism and many other religions live by certain values, whereas in South Asia such as …

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Which of the following people of Central America existed for centuries before the Europeans arrived? A) The Conquistadors B) the Coniferous people C) the mainland people D) the indigenous people

Which of the following people of Central America existed for centuries before the Europeans arrived? A) The Conquistadors B) the Coniferous people C) the mainland people D) the indigenous people

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Central idea: Utopians strive to make gold and silver less valuable. Which statement provides a critique of the central idea? The Utopians use gold to make chains and earrings for enslaved people. To show their disinterest in gold, Utopians drink from earthen cups. It is a waste to use gold for everyday purposes, because it is hard to find. Thomas More wrote during a time when gold was highly valued.

Correct answer choice is : C) It is a waste to use gold for everyday purposes, because it is hard to find. Explanation: An utopia is an assumed community or society that maintains highly beneficial or nearly perfect conditions for its citizens. The opposition of a utopia is a dystopia. …

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Read the following sentences from the passage. In the late 1820s, gold was discovered in the northern and central regions of Georgia. With thoughts of easy money, many European settlers came to the regions. Which is the best way to rewrite these sentences? In the late 1820s, gold was discovered in the northern and central regions of Georgia. With thoughts of easy money, these regions were settled by many Europeans. In the late 1820s, explorers discovered gold in the northern and central regions of Georgia. With thoughts of easy money, many European settlers migrated to these regions. In the late 1820s, explorers discovered gold in the northern and central regions of Georgia. With thoughts of easy money, many European settlers infiltrated to the region.

Answer: Option b. The following is the best way to rewrite the sentences: In the late 1820s, explorers discovered gold in the northern and central regions of Georgia. With thoughts of easy money, many European settlers migrated to these regions. Explanation: The first comma after 1820s is used to separate …

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Read the excerpt from the namesake. welcome to elementary school, nikhil. i am your principal, mrs. lapidus. gogol looks down at his sneakers. the way the principal pronounces his new name is different from the way his parents say it, the second part of it longer, sounding like heel. she bends down so that her face is level with his, and extends a hand to his shoulder. can you tell me how old you are, nikhil? when the question is repeated and there is still no response, mrs. lapidus asks, mr. ganguli, does nikhil follow english? of course he follows, ashoke says. my son is perfectly bilingual. in order to prove that gogol knows english, ashoke does something he has never done before, and addresses his son in careful, accented english. go on, gogol, he says, patting him on the head. tell mrs. lapidus how old you are. which line from this excerpt reflects the central idea that immigrants sometimes face discrimination and prejudice in their new culture? the way the principal pronounces his new name is different from the way his parents say it, the second part of it longer, sounding like heel. can you tell me how old you are, nikhil? when the question is repeated and there is still no response, mrs. lapidus asks, mr. ganguli, does nikhil follow english? in order to prove that gogol knows english, ashoke does something he has never done before, and addresses his son in careful, accented english.

Read the excerpt from the namesake. welcome to elementary school, nikhil. i am your principal, mrs. lapidus. gogol looks down at his sneakers. the way the principal pronounces his new name is different from the way his parents say it, the second part of it longer, sounding like heel. she …

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Find the area of the sector with a central angle of 120° and a radius of 8 inches. leave in terms of ?. a.8 3 ? in2 b.16 3 ? in2 c.32 3 ? in2 d.64 3 ? in2

I’m assumig you meant ?=pi so the area of the sector would be the area of the circle times the fraction of the circle that is the fraction of the circle would be degrees/360 since 360 degrees in a circleand area of course is pir^2 sor=8degrees=120soarea=pi8^2 times 120/360area=64pi times 1/3area=64pi/3I …

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A circle has a central angle measuring 7pi/6 radians that intersects an arc of length 18 cm. What is the length of the radius of the circle? Round your answer to the nearest tenth. Use 3.14 for pi. 3.7 cm 4.9 cm 14.3 cm 15.4 cm

You need to determine the number of ways in which 30 competitors from 50 can qualify. First, you have to realize that the order is irrelevant, that is: it is the same competitor_1, competitor _2, competitor _3 than competitor_3, competitor_2, competitor_1, or any combination of those three competitors. So, the …

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What is the arc length of a circle that has a 6-inch radius and a central angle that is 65 degrees? Use 3. 14 for pi and round your answer to the nearest hundredth

You need to determine the number of ways in which 30 competitors from 50 can qualify. First, you have to realize that the order is irrelevant, that is: it is the same competitor_1, competitor _2, competitor _3 than competitor_3, competitor_2, competitor_1, or any combination of those three competitors. So, the …

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Stacey is writing a literary analysis essay on a play. What approach should she take to write a strong essay Stacey should (Examine each element of the play) or (focus on the plot) and (develop the central idea for the essay) or (write a summary of the plot)

Here are a few pointers; hope this is useful) Ovation-by definition- is show of appreciation from an audience, for a person’s accomplishments or flaw. “Everyone deserves a standing ovation because we all overcometh the world.” A person’s accomplishment could be how they made a positive change in this world, strong …

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