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Which of these techniques did merchant ships use to avoid being sunk during World War I? They navigated close to coastlines whenever possible. They sailed in convoys protected by battleships. They traveled only at night to avoid easy detection. They employed sailors from countries on both sides of the war.

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  1. Deadpool25
    • 2 years ago
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    B. They sailed in convoys protected by battleships.

  2. Deadpool25
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    only one that makes sense is B

  3. Madisaddledup
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    Thank you! thats what i thought too

  4. Deadpool25
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    C and D are only to confuse you. Need any more history,math, ect. help you can email me. just msg me for my email.

  5. Madisaddledup
    • 2 years ago
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    @Deadpool25 Could you help me with this one? The Espionage Act and the Sedition Act produced the greatest restrictions on the activities of which of the following? women and minorities immigrants and refuges socialists and anarchists union organizers and members

  6. Deadpool25
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    is this on FlVS? and i think its B. immigrants and refuges

  7. Madisaddledup
    • 2 years ago
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    yes! and thank you again!

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