trwatkins1
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Which sentences use a time-related term correctly? Choose all answers that are correct. A. William of Normandy crossed the English Channel and defeated King Harold II in A.D. 1066. B. Alexander the Great died in 323 B.C.E. C. Romulus Augustulus, the last Roman emperor, was taken prisoner by the German king Odovacar in C.E. 476. D. Julius Caesar was assassinated in B.C. 44.
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trwatkins1
  • trwatkins1
eny idea peaches
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  • trwatkins1
@hero @nincompoop
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@Mehek14

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Alexander the great's death is right i am almost positive about that because BCE and BC mean the same but it still confuses people
trwatkins1
  • trwatkins1
b is correct
trwatkins1
  • trwatkins1
so is d
trwatkins1
  • trwatkins1
a is right too
trwatkins1
  • trwatkins1
omg i just realized im in math XD
nincompoop
  • nincompoop
we use BCE or Before the Common Era (new name for BC) and CE for Common Era (after new way of saying AD) We generally use it at the end of the number like 364 BCE or 2015 CE
nincompoop
  • nincompoop
BC and AD are still accepted, but is slowly becoming outdated because not every person in this world gives a hoot about Christ

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