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what is the mechanical advantage of a simple machine that requires a force of 40 newtons input to lift a 200 newton object

four students are moving 80 n boxes from the floor to a shelf 4 meters high student a moves 8 boxes in 10 minutes student b moves 6 boxes in 8 minutes student c moves 4 boxes in 6 minutes and st

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who called for just and equal laws for plymouth?

the just and equal laws for plymouth was called for by the mayflower compact. it was written and signed in 1820.


the called for just and equal laws for plymouth?

puritan


what called for just and equal laws for plymouth?

puritan


what called for just and equal laws at plymouth?

the puritans, so burn get it right the first time people.


did the house of burgesses call for just and equal laws for plymouth?

yes


what were 'separate but equal' laws called?

jim crow laws


why were there no laws for the pilgrims when they got to plymouth?

there were no laws for the pilgrims when they got to plymouth because there was no government


the group that landed at plymouth came up with their own laws and ways of governing it was called?

the mayflower compact.


what was the agreement in which said there's a plymouth colony agreed to obey their governments laws?

the members of the plymouth colony agreed to obey their own laws, "just and equal" laws that would be passed by the members themselves as necessary for the general good of the colony. they created their own self-government instead of being subject to the laws of a royal governor or great landowner as people were in other parts of the colonies, such as virginia, which had been their original destination. this agreement, called the mayflower compact, is considered the first example of formal self-government by a white community in the american colonies.


how did the mayflower compact resolve a conflict among the plymouth settlers?

the mayflower compact was signed to frame just and equal laws for the general good of the colony.


what was the pilgrim agreement before landing on plymouth to pass and obey the laws for the good of the colony called?

mayflower compact.


the group that landed at plymouth came up with their own laws and ways of governing it was called the?

mayflower compact mayflower compact


were laws that allowed racial segregation in public places?

the laws that allowed segregation were called jim crow laws. they were justified under the doctrine of 'separate but equal.'


what is the major reason you call plymouth plymouth?

actually, plymouth, england is called plymouth because the city is at the mouth of the river plym, get it? and plymouth, massachusetts, is called plymouth because the original mayflower settlers traced their origins to plymouth, england.


are jim crow laws the same as separate but equal laws?

no they are not equal laws


what did many southern states adopt to limit the freedom of african americans?

they passed jim crow laws and what they called equal but separate laws.


what are the home country settlers of plymouth called?

the settlers of plymouth colony were called pilgrims.


why is the stretch of water in plymouth called plymouth sound?

plymouth sound sound=good or cool plymouth sound is good & cool!


which of newton's laws of motion is called the law of interia?

newton's second law states that force is equal


what is the pilgrims of the plymouth colony called in england?

the pilgrims of the plymouth colocny


what was the name of the pilgrims' first settlement?

it was called plymouth colony. or somtimes new plymouth or plymouth bay colony.


what the name of the pilgrims first settlement?

it was called plymouth colony. or somtimes new plymouth or plymouth bay colony.


what pilgrims agreement let the plymouth pass laws?

the mayflower compact


what was the first car in the plymouth series called?

plymouth model u in 1929.


which document served basis for passing laws for plymouth colony?

the mayflower compact.