anonymous
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For the action (effect) below, choose the immediate cause of that event. Juliet kills herself with Romeo's dagger. Answer Juliet must marry Paris as his father has arranged. Juliet learns that Romeo has killed her cousin Tybalt. Juliet sees Romeo dead next to her when she awakes.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Juliet sees Romeo dead next to her when she awakes.
anonymous
  • anonymous
k thats what i thought :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do not simply post questions from your homework, quizzes, or tests. Do not simply supply someone else with your answers. http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct

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anonymous
  • anonymous
The third one. She is heart broken, and cannot live without him. P.S. Also against the code of conduct: "Posting a reply that is not relevant to the topic of discussion within that question."
jagatuba
  • jagatuba
What ^Redwood Girl^ said.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Neither of you even attempted to help the asker. To heck with him, right? But make sure you nag the rest of us about the COC. THAT'S what's important, here.
jagatuba
  • jagatuba
@Peeps In regard to your comments, "Neither of you even attempted to help the asker. To heck with him, right? But make sure you nag the rest of us about the COC. THAT'S what's important, here." AND "Also against the code of conduct: 'Posting a reply that is not relevant to the topic of discussion within that question.'" I have a couple of things to say: A) The user was asking for answers not help. This user has posted numerous multiple choice questions and without posting the answers he believes are correct, which is what one does when he or she is "checking his or her answers" (ref: http://openstudy.com/users/brad1996#/updates/4f6c9872e4b0772daa07cb1f). B) The answer had already been given by halo1996 and then by you, so there was no point in offering further assistance. The user is most obviously not interested in discussion on the subject. C) Redwood Girl is one of the most helpful and thorough users in this group. So before you start throwing your attitude around, you should go to her profile and look at some of the questions that she has taken time to answer for people who wanted to learn. D) Posting a REMINDER of the CoC in a post where 3 users are breaking the rules is not "posting a reply that is not relevant" because it is relevant to the conduct that is going on within the question. I figure a reminder is better than a warning or suspension, but if you think otherwise I will be happy to warn or suspend you in the future if you wish. If you disagree or think that this is unfair you are free to send an email to abuse@openstudy.com Have a nice day.
anonymous
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I agree with Peeps.

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