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1. Who had "the face that launched a thousand ships"?

2. Who said, "But soft, what light through yonder window breaks?"

3. Name 3 national monuments in Washington D.C. alone.

4. Who wrote "A christmas tale"?

5. How many are in a baker's dozen?

6. What's the fraction form of Pi?

7. What's the opposite of Red on the color wheel?

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Who wrote: "A CHRISTMAS CAROL"?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    1.)Helen of Troy

    2.)Romeo, from Romeo and Juliet

    3.)Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, US Capitol

    4.)Charles Dickens

    5.)13

    6.)22/7

    7.)Green

  • 1 decade ago

    1. Who had "the face that launched a thousand ships"?

    Helen of Troy

    2. Who said, "But soft, what light through yonder window breaks?"

    Romeo from Romeo and Juliet

    3. Name 3 national monuments in Washington D.C. alone.

    National Mall, Arlington National Cemetery, and Jefferson's Memorial

    4. Who wrote "A christmas carol"?

    Charles Dickens

    5. How many are in a baker's dozen?

    13

    6. What's the fraction form of Pi?

    Pi is an irrational number so it can't become a fraction form.

    7. What's the opposite of Red on the color wheel?

    The opposite of red on a color wheel is green.

    Thanks I had fun!

  • 1 decade ago

    i only know a couple... but i'll give it my best shot

    1. Who had "the face that launched a thousand ships"?

    2. Who said, "But soft, what light through yonder window breaks?"

    3. Name 3 national monuments in Washington D.C. alone.

    - er, white house, if that counts as one... the pentagon... that one big giant tower/stick-like monument... the statue of lincoln near the monument just mentioned...

    4. Who wrote "A christmas carol"?

    - charles dickens?

    5. How many are in a baker's dozen?

    - 12?

    6. What's the fraction form of Pi?

    - pi can't be written as a fraction... it's irrational.

    7. What's the opposite of Red on the color wheel?

    - green

  • Diane
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    1. Who had "the face that launched a thousand ships"?

    helen of troy

    2. Who said, "But soft, what light through yonder window breaks?"

    juiet

    3. Name 3 national monuments in Washington D.C. alone.

    washington monument, licoln national memorial, and the white house

    4. Who wrote "A christmas tale"?

    5. How many are in a baker's dozen?

    13

    6. What's the fraction form of Pi?

    3.14

    7. What's the opposite of Red on the color wheel?

    yellow or blue

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  • 1 decade ago

    1. Who had "the face that launched a thousand ships"? Helen of troy

    2. Who said, "But soft, what light through yonder window breaks?" Romeo

    3. Name 3 national monuments in Washington D.C. alone. jefferson, lincoln, washington.

    4. Who wrote "A christmas tale"? charles dickens

    5. How many are in a baker's dozen? 13

    6. What's the fraction form of Pi? 3.1215...

    7. What's the opposite of Red on the color wheel? Green

  • 1 decade ago

    1. Helen of Troy

    2. Romeo. -"It is the east, and Juliet is the west."

    3. The White House, The Lincoln Memorial, The Washington Monument.

    4. Charles Dickens

    5. 13

    6. 22/7

    7. Blue

    Source(s): i might be dumb.
  • 1 decade ago

    1.Helen of Troy

    2.Romeo in Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare wrote it.

    3.here is one Washington Monument in honor of our first President, George Washington. It is located on the National Mall along Constitution Avenue. It is located between 17th Street and 15th Street.

    The other "monuments" are memorials. Some of these include the Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, George Mason Memorial, Iwo Jima Marine Corps. Memorial, just to name a few. Just decided to name like all.

    4.Charles Dickens

    5.13

    6.837393900/266550757.

    I think thats the correct answers. Sorry if it isn't.

  • S F
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    1. Helen of Troy

    2. Romeo-Shakespeare's Rome and Juliet

    3. Washington Monument, Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial

    4. Charles Dickens

    5. 13

    6. 355/113 is the best approximate fraction, although pi is a repeating irrational number, so therefore techically it is not expressed as a fraction.

    7. Green

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    1. Helen of Troy

    2. Romeo in "Romeo and Juliet"

    3. Lincoln Memorial, Washington monument, and Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman Monument

    4. Charles Dickens

    5. 13

    6. 22/7

    7. green

  • 1 decade ago

    I don't know 1, 3, and 4.

    2. Who said, "But soft, what light through yonder window breaks?

    Romeo Montague

    5. How many are in a baker's dozen?

    13

    6. What's the fraction form of Pi?

    22/7...........

    7. What's the opposite of Red on the color wheel?

    Green

    Source(s): Just so the asker knows, the ones I answered I didn't look up...They came from my memory/mind.
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