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A man and a woman have two daughters. What is the probability that their next child will be a girl? a. 1/2 b. 1/4 c. 3/4 d. 1/8

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I’m pretty sure it’s 1/2 because honestly it’s a 50/50 percent chance


"The Dutch had no clear laws defining or regulating slavery in the early 1600s. It was unclear what rights enslaved people might have or how they might become free. In this ambiguous situation, Maria Van Angola and others used several strategies to secure rights and freedom for themselves and their families, including legal action, church membership, and control of land."

According to the text, it had no laws defining/regulating slavery at the time, making it unclear what rights they had. Even if they faced issues, they would still - in all technicality - be able to marry, own property, or petition for their own freedom.


The benefits of owning land was an important part of being a freeholder. This means you would have small land grants and political rights freedom.

"Owning land meant more than a farm--it was a key to status as a “freeholder” with political rights. Listed among the original owners of small farms was a woman called “Marycke” who may have been Maria Van Angola. Over the next 19 years, 22 more emancipated people received small land grants as well, including Maria’s husband, Anthony Portuguese, in 1645."

Not sure if these are right!! Just a small guess, I'm not doing a lesson related to this. I just needed some points. Have a nice day, stay safe! :'}

dang thats too long


A Dog asleep in a manger filled with hay, was awakened by the Cattle, which came in tired and hungry from working in the field. ... When he saw how the Dog was acting, he seized a stick and drove him out of the stable with many a blow for his selfish behavior. Moral. Do not grudge others what you cannot enjoy yourself

i think its A). but im not sure

it is to long

Yess as h what he said
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