HISTORY HIGH SCHOOL

General washington was sure the british would try to take richmond

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Answer 1
Answer: Yes he was sure because of the way the army was formed.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Please hurry I'm low on time. The history of Islam began on the (1.)____ Peninsula.

After the death of Muhammad, the Islamic Empire was ruled by a (2.)____ .

(3.)____ is the holy city of Islam.


(1.)

A: Arabian

B: Iberian

C: Balkan


(2.)

A: caliph

B: king

C: synod


(3.)

A: Mecca

B: Damascus

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Answer:

1. arabian 2.Caliph 3.Mecca

Explanation:

COLLEGE

How does Kennedy connect with his audience?

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In Kennedy speech he uses pathos when he speaks of he many trials When a speaker or writer uses pathos they are appealing to the emotions of their audience make them feel deeply about what they are speaking about and then the audience will side with them on the issue at hand
HIGH SCHOOL

In 1965, literacy tests were made illegal by the __________. A. 13th Amendment B. Civil Rights Act C. Voting Rights Act D. 24th Amendment

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Answer:

C.  Voting Rights Act

Explanation:

i did test

Answer:

the answer is c

Explanation:

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HIGH SCHOOL

Stephen Douglas proposed the Kansas-Nebraska Act in 1854. This act opened the area of Kansas and Nebraska to which of the following people? A.anti-slavery groups only
B.pro-slavery groups only
C.pro-slavery and anti-slavery groups
D.Native Americans only,

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Kansas-Nebraska Act, in 1854, opened the area of Kansas and Nebraska to pro-slavery and anti-slavery groups.

What is the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854?

The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 made two new territories.

The Missouri Compromise was abolished, two new territories were created, and popular sovereignty was granted.

It also sparked the "Bleeding Kansas" revolt, in which pro-and anti-slavery campaigners surged into the territory to affect the vote.

Thus, the correct option is C.pro-slavery and anti-slavery groups.

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The Kansas-Nebraska Act opened the territories of both Kansas and Nebraska in 1854. The law contained a popular sovereignty clause, which allowed both pro-slavery and anti-slavery groups to enter the new areas.
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