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Kindergarten Sentence Structure CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.K.1f
Which sentence describes the picture below?
Basic Shapes - Circle
  1. The circle is sad.
  2. The circle is orange.
  3. This is a square.
  4. The square is red.
Grade 10 Chemistry
Grade 9 Ultimate Frisbee
The basic throws in Ultimate are?
  1. Back Hand
  2. Thumber
  3. Side Arm
  4. All of the above
Kindergarten Basic Shapes CCSS: K.G.A.2
Kindergarten Basic Shapes CCSS: K.G.A.2
Grade 9 Ultimate Frisbee
The basic catches in Ultimate Frisbee are.
  1. Flamingo
  2. Chair
  3. Gitis
  4. All the above
None English as a Second Language ESL
He                 it.
  1. don't like
  2. doesn't like
  3. doesn't likes
  4. don't likes
College Management
The development of new inventions is promoted by the granting of patent rights, which restrict the right of anyone but the patent holders to profit from these inventions for a specified period. Without patent rights, anyone could simple copy another's invention; consequently, inventors would have no financial incentive for investing the time and energy required to develop new products. Thus, it is important to continue to grant patent rights, or else no one will engage in original development and consequently no new inventions will be forthcoming.
  1. Financial reward is the only incentive that will be effective in motivation people to develop new inventions.
  2. When an inventor sells patent rights to a manufacturer, the manufacturer makes less total profit on the invention than the inventor does.
  3. Any costs incurred by a typical inventor in applying for patent rights are insignificant in comparison to the financial benefit of holding the patent rights.
  4. Patent rights should be granted only if an inventor's product is not similar to another invention already covered by patent rights.
  5. The length of a patent right is usually proportional to the costs involved in inventing the product.
Continuing Education Medical Terms
Grade 6 Vocabulary
  1. fluster
  2. frayed
  3. fundamental
  4. glade
Grade 10 Acids and Bases
Grade 2 Cell Structure and Function
College Respiration, Digestion, and Excretion
Which of these is a rate limited function?
  1. acidic
  2. basic
  3. filtrate
  4. glucose
Graduate Acids and Bases
Grade 11 Acids and Bases
Grade 5 Spelling
Choose the correctly spelled word.
  1. basic
  2. bassic
  3. basick
  4. baysic
Grade 8 Molecules and Compounds
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