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Question Number 1
A. which is the correct way to close an letter?
B. The British hired nearly 30,000 troops from Germany to help them fight the colonists. These mercenaries, or ______________, were the _____________.
C. What is 1285 rounded to the nearest hundred?
D. Which layer of the earth do humans actually live on?
E. Air pressure is measured with an instrument called a
F. Which decimal is the smallest amount?
Question Number 2
A. a. Yours Truly.
B. John Adams b. John Hancock c. Benedict Arnold d. George Washington
C. civilians, Swamp Fox Fighters b. Redcoats, Paul Revere's Riders c. paid professional soldiers, Hessians d. Whigs, Revolutionaires
D. 1290 b. 1280 c. 1300 d. 1200
E. . core b. crust c. mantle d. none of the above
F. microscope b. barometer c. thermometer d. anemometer
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Question Number 7
A. a. Yours Truly.
B. John Adams b. John Hancock c. Benedict Arnold d. George Washington
C. civilians, Swamp Fox Fighters b. Redcoats, Paul Revere's Riders c. paid professional soldiers, Hessians d. Whigs, Revolutionaires
D. 1290 b. 1280 c. 1300 d. 1200
E. Air pressure is measured with an instrument called a
F. microscope b. barometer c. thermometer d. anemometer





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