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Does anyone go to Connections Academy and did the United States History A final exam?

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awww.. im in american govt..:/
cant give u the answers or we git banned from the sight... but im done with school so i dont worry bout that stuff no more!
Only person on here who's going to do your entire exam for you is one of the desperate saps that look at your picture and think they're going to get an e-Girlfriend. Granted, now that i've called them "desperate saps" it's likely they'll realize how sad they're being and not help at all. That was totally intentional.

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I don't know if that's the right one for you because it's the World History Final.

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