Q: What did General Order 143 do?

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P.G.T. Beauregard of the Confederates - on the order from his President Jefferson Davis.

Many WWII discharge papers of individual servicemen refer to GO 33 WD 45, or "General Order number 33 of the War Department issued in 1945". This General Order created the Victory Medal and issued it to all soldiers currently in the army. (In each new year general Orders from the War Department started over at Number 1). Your question does not specify the year of the general Orders you are inquiring about, but the GO 33 WD 45 is often seen. I believe General Order 40 of the War Department in 1945 defined the Ardennes Campaign ("Battle of the Bulge") and is usually referenced on discharge papers to indicate a soldier was credited with participation in that campaign. This would entitle him to one little bronze "campaign star" to wear on the ribbon of his EAME - that's Europe-Africa-Middle East campaign medal.

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14300%143= 143 * 100%= 14300%

143 ml of water is 143 grams

The factors of 143 are: 1, 11, 13, and 143

143 is not prime. 143 = 11 * 13

The GCF of 143 and 715 is 143.

The factors of 143 are are 1, 11, 13, and 143

The factors of 143 are: 1, 11, 13, 143

The general answer is no. Consider A4={(1),(12)(34),(13)(24),(14)(23),(123),(124),(132),(134),(142),(143),(234),(243)}. The subgroups of A4 are: A4, , , , =, =, =, =, {(1),(12)(34),(13)(24),(14)(23)}, {(1)}. The order of A4 is 12, the order of , and is 2, the order of =, =, = and = is 3, the order of {(1),(12)(34),(13)(24),(14)(23)} is 4, and the order of is 1. Clearly there are no subgroups of order 6, but 6 definitely divides the order of A4. The statement is true for all finite abelian groups, and when d is a power of a prime (i.e., when d=pk for a prime p and a non-negative integer k).

143 = 14,300%

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