Which type of fossil contains little or no organic material?


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Answer: Fossils imprinted on stone has little or no organic material.

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Describe the most important economic activities of the Pacific Islands.


Tourism is the main economic activity in the Pacific, but minerals and fossil fuels provide some islands with additional wealth. Fishing and subsistence agriculture have been the traditional livelihoods.

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Services, mining, manufacturing, and agriculture are the Pacific Islands' most important economic activities. The climate and beaches have made tourism vital to the economies of many islands. The mining of copper, gold, nickel, manganese, and iron is important to several of the high islands. Textiles, home goods, and packaged foods are among the items that are manufactured. Agriculture, both subsistence and commercial, is important to both the formal and the informal economies. Coconuts, sugarcane, vanilla, and pineapples are some of the most profitable products.


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the term si system refers to _________. a. a process for correctly using tools to make scientific measurements b. all units of measurement for speed c. a method used to measure mass in grams d. the international scientific units of measurement


the process for correctly using tools to make scientific measure
SI stands for the French words 'Systeme international d' unites' 
It is the international scientific units of measurements

What is the layer of the atmosphere that holds all of the earth's water vapor?


There is no one layer that holds ALL of the Earth's water vapor, but the atmospheric layer that does hold MOST of the water vapor is in the troposphere because it is the closest to the Earth and makes up about 80% of the mass of the total atmosphere. 

How has the Suez Canal been a catalyst for nationalism in Egypt?


Because the suez canal was a shortcut through africa for the englishmen to transport good in and out instead of having to go all the way around the horn of africa
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Read the excerpt from "I Believe in a British Empire” by Joseph Chamberlain. I believe in a British Empire, in an Empire which, though it should be its first duty to cultivate friendship with all the nations of the world, should yet, even if alone, be self-sustaining and self-sufficient, able to maintain itself against the competition of all its rivals. And I do not believe in a Little England which shall be separated from all those to whom it would in the natural course look for support and affection, a Little England which would then be dependent absolutely on the mercy of those who envy its present prosperity, and who have shown they are ready to do all in their power to prevent its future union with the British races throughout the world. Read the excerpt from "A Tryst with Destiny” by Jawaharlal Nehru. We are citizens of a great country, on the verge of bold advance, and we have to live up to that high standard. All of us, to whatever religion we may belong, are equally the children of India with equal rights, privileges and obligations. We cannot encourage communalism or narrow-mindedness, for no nation can be great whose people are narrow in thought or in action. To the nations and peoples of the world we send greetings and pledge ourselves to cooperate with them in furthering peace, freedom and democracy. And to India, our much-loved motherland, the ancient, the eternal and the ever-new, we pay our reverent homage and we bind ourselves afresh to her service. Jai Hind [Victory to India]. Which statement best compares and contrasts the conclusions of these passages? a. Both conclusions wish other nations of the world well, but Chamberlain advocates imperialism, while Nehru advocates freedom for India. b. Both conclusions advocate freedom of religion, but Chamberlain wants a separate England, while Nehru wants unity with England. c. Both conclusions encourage the union of British people, but Chamberlain considers other countries rivals, while Nehru cooperates with them. d. Both conclusions describe other nations as competition, but Chamberlain wants peace, while Nehru wants democracy.