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What is the shape of miranda's orbit path?

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Answer 1
Answer: If it's orbiting anything, then its path is an ellipse.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

What weapons did the normans use?

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The Normans had a variety of weapons that they used to defeat their enemies.  Many carried the usual weapons of the medieval ages such as swords, shield, mace and spear.  They also wore chain armor and helmets to protect them in close quarter combat.  Apart from that, they also utilized the bow and arrow on their enemies.  They were also skilled horsemen and their utilization of cavalry and infantry made them formidable in battle.  The best example were the Normans used all these weapons was in the Battle of Hastings where William the Conqueror defeated Harold to become the king of England.
The Normans used weapons like swords, maces, battle-axes, and spears
HIGH SCHOOL

Is this statement true or false? After the Civil War, Lincoln wanted to punish the Southern states by putting the former Rebel leaders in prison and making the Southern states pay for the costs of the war. True false

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False

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On December 8, 1863, Lincoln issued the Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction. The policy was based upon forgiveness. He stated that he believed the South had never legally seceded from the Union.

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it is false

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i took the test in k-12 hope this helps (please mark brainliest if possible)

HIGH SCHOOL

Which is the best example of a "push factor" for the thousands of african-americans who moved to the north and west during the reconstruction era?

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The correct answer is B) "Jim Crow laws," discrimination, and segregation in the South.

The statement that best exemplifies the push factor for the thousands of African Americans who moved to the North and West during Reconstruction is "Jim Crow laws, discrimination, and segregation in the South.

The Jim Crow laws in the Southern states enforced race segregation. They were the product of decisions of white Democrats and were official until 1965. So during Reconstruction, African Americans suffered from race discrimination, lack of civil rights, and decent jobs in the South. That is why their best choice was to move up North or to the Western states.

The other options of the question were A) better housing and living conditions in the North and West, C) increased personal freedom and privileges in the North and West, and D) better job opportunities and higher wages in the North and West.

B.) "Jim Crow" laws, discrimination, and segregation in the South

HIGH SCHOOL

Which of the following nations felt the effects of Clinton's foreign policy? Haiti France South Korea Philippines Iraq Sudan

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From the list it would be Sudan that most felt the effects of Clinton's foreign policy, the reason being that Clinton was the first US president to put economic and military pressure on the country due to war crimes. 

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Bro it says pick three of the following, sudan, south korea, france

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Read the excerpt from act 2 of A Doll's House. Rank: Let me play for her. Helmer [getting up]. Yes, do. I can correct her better then. [RANK sits down at the piano and plays. NORA dances more and more wildly. HELMER has taken up a position beside the stove, and during her dance gives her frequent instructions. She does not seem to hear him; her hair comes down and falls over her shoulders; she pays no attention to it, but goes on dancing. Enter MRS. LINDE:] Mrs. Linde: [standing as if spell-bound in the doorway] Oh!— Nora: [as she dances] Such fun, Christine! Helmer: My dear darling Nora, you are dancing as if your life depended on it. Nora: So it does. Helmer: Stop, Rank; this is sheer madness. Stop, I tell you! [RANK stops playing, and NORA suddenly stands still. HELMER goes up to her.] I could never have believed it. You have forgotten everything I taught you. Nora: [throwing away the tambourine]. There, you see. Helmer: You will want a lot of coaching. Nora: Yes, you see how much I need it. You must coach me up to the last minute. Promise me that, Torvald! Helmer: You can depend on me. Which statement best describes the dramatic irony in this passage? The audience knows that the tarantella is supposed to be wildly fast, but Helmer does not. The audience knows that Nora is intentionally failing to dance correctly, but Helmer does not. The audience knows that Helmer does not know how to dance, but Nora does not know this. The audience knows that Doctor Rank loves Nora, but Helmer does not know that he does.