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Pschology 202
1. David is somewhat afraid of flying. When he is required to travel on business, he prefers to take a train or drive if the distance is short enough that he can arrive on schedule. However, if the distance is long and driving does not make sense, he will fly because he does ...

History :)
New England was a good starting place for American textile manufacturing for what reason? A)There were no ports within easy access. B)It was the birthplace of Frances Cabot Lowell. C)Rocky soil made the area inadequate for farming. *** D)Most manufacturing products were being ...

health part2
The sole activity of the respiratory system is breathing. True False The exchange of gases between the blood and tissue cells is external respiration. True False Air flows in the process of pulmonary ventilation because of pressure differences between the atmosphere and the ...

health part2
The sole activity of the respiratory system is breathing. True False The exchange of gases between the blood and tissue cells is external respiration. True False Air flows in the process of pulmonary ventilation because of pressure differences between the atmosphere and the ...

american Literature
(1) Alexander the Great died when he was quite young. He was but thirty-two years of age when he ended his career, and as he was about twenty when he commenced it, it was only for a period of twelve years that he was actually engaged in performing the work of his life. ...

Social Studies
8. Which of the resolutions at Seneca Falls Convention was most inspired by married women's inability to own property? () desire for improved education in order to understand property contracts (x) belief that women should have voting rights in order to change property laws...

History
1. In declaring its intention to secede frmo the Union in 1860, South Caroling was affirming its position on A.Civil Rights B.States rights C.Individual rights D.Human Rights B? 2.Which event was the immediate cause of the seccession of several South states from Union? A.The ...

Science The Human Body PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!
the human endocrine system is made up of which of the following structures? (1 point) vessels receptors* glands chambers 2. Which of the following best describes the function of the endocrine system? (1 point) It secretes chemical messengers that travel through the blood to ...

biology
Economists were thinking that if the human population grew unchecked, there wouldn’t be enough living space and food for everyone. What was Malthus’ conclusions?

History Help Please
1. Which of the following was an effect of the assembly line? A) it made workers want to return farms B) it made clothing more expensive to produce C) it increased demands for worker compensation D) it drove down the cost of clothing production *** 2. Who introduced the idea ...

Cultural Anthropology
Hello I'm looking for some resources to use to help me anser the following essay questions.... 1. provide a description of gender equality as it exists in different cultures with 2 examples. describe my own culture and relate to one of the examples i described 2. describe ...

history
which of the following was an effect of the assembly line? A) it made workers want to return farms B) it made clothing more expensive to produce C) it increased demands for worker compensation D) it drove down the cost of clothing production Who introduced the idea of ...

Science
Describe the life cycle of a parasite that relies on its host for part of its reproductive cycle. human and mosquito???

Science
Describe the life cycle of a parasite that relies on its host for part of its reproductive cycle. I was thinking a mosquito and human but i don't know how to describe it.

us history
Which of the following best describes the relationship between factory owners in the North and people in the South during the late 1800s? Northern factory owners depended on the South for factory workers to produce goods. Northern factory owners depended on resources supplied ...

us history
Which answer offers the best explanation of the idea of Manifest Destiny? A theory that the United States could only expand so much A belief that the growth of the United States was a certainty A belief that a country should share its resources with the world A theory that ...

History
1. How did new England's textile industry affect both children and women? a) It allowed them to earn a living wage until the age of 25. b) It gave them opportunities not available on family farms. c) It permitted them to complete their schooling. d) It provided long-term ...

Human Resource Management
Please look over my work for accuracy. thank you 3. Which one of the following situations is an example of overall cost leadership? A. A dress manufacturer wants to make its product unique in its category. B. A company that manufactures school desks is looking for ways to make...

Life orientation
Suggest five practical actions that you can take to address human rights violations of xenophobia in your community

PHI445
Who is generally given credit for introducing fundamental human rights into the American political system? A) Thomas Hobbes B) John Locke C) Thomas Jefferson D) Alain Locke

English
List three examples of dramatic or situational irony in Animal Farm, then state what is really meant in the passage or what actually happens in the plot. Dramatic irony: 1. Some characters in the book Believe Boxer was taken to the hospital, and died there peacefully. What ...

English
I need help with the following poem analysis, I do not know what it is saying! FOGHORN Surely that moan is not the thing That men thought they were making, when they Put it there, for their own necessities That throat does not call to anything human But to something men had ...

Life orientation
Name and explain in detail four organizations/agencies that work to address human violations?

Ethics and Technology
Objectivism is based on the idea that: A. there are no universal moral principles. B. morality has an existence outside the human mind. C. morality and law are identical. D. there is no such thing as free will. is it B

Life orientation
Write a report. Evaluate one organization that you think is making a useful contribution to our country in terms of addressing human rights violation. Give at least 3 practical examples. Discuss in detail why you chose this organization.

Sociology
Outline the main aspects of each of the structural functionalist (SF), conflict(C), symbolic interactionist (SI) and feminist (F) approach as explanations of the social world. So far I have for SF I have that it looks at the society as an organism that has certain things that ...

math
The apocalypse started in NY where 100 people were infected. From there the zombie apocalypse continued to spread. After 17 minutes the number of people infected 200 people.assume that no human have figured out how to kill the zombie or stop it from spreading for the first 24 ...

Education/College level
Using the NETS for teachers Standard 1. b. Facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity. b. Engage students in exploring real-word issues and solving authentic problems using digital tools and resources. Using this standard I have to: create a lesson plan that ...

Corporate Finance
Suppose you have been hired as a financial consultant to Defense Electronics, Inc. (DEI), a large, publicly traded firm that is the market share leader in radar detection systems (RDSs). The company is looking at setting up a manufacturing plant overseas to produce a new line ...

philosophy
Libertarianism believes that causal determinism is true. Select one: True False I think true Whether or not we have free will seems to have implications for which of the following? Select one: a. Our idea of God b. Our idea of the physical laws of the universe c. Our sense of ...

geography
2) resources that include workers and their labor are called ________ A) Natural resources B) human resources C) Industrial resources D) Capitol resources 3) which of these is the most likely opportunity cost of choosing to play a board game rather than go to the movies? A) ...

science
How many sex chromosomes are found in the reproductive cells of human being?

Computer Science
You try to run the CHKDSK utility from a command prompt but you keep getting an error message that you need to run it in Elevated Mode. How do you correct this? Reboot the computer in SAFE Mode and then run CHKDSK from a command prompt. Open command prompt from the Windows ...

history, life orientation,maths lit,geography,scie
five practical actions that you can take to address human rights violations of xenophobia in you community

Life orientation
Suggest FIVE practical actions that you can take to address human rights violations of xenophobia in your community

SOCIAL STDIES HELP! 8th
Which is not necessary in order for a bill to become a law? (1 point) The governor must sign the bill. A majority vote is needed in the House. A majority vote is needed in the Senate. The same version of the bill must be passed.*** In order to be governor of Georgia, a person...

health!
True or False. Washing your hands can help protect you from dangerous pathogens True True or False. People die from colds each year True True or False. Infectious diseases are caused by organisms or viruses that enter and multiply within the human body. True True or False. ...

English
Which statement most accurately contrasts the ideas of different literary periods? A. Anglo-Saxon literature focuses on free will, whereas Renaissance literature suggests that human beings are controlled by fate. B. Literature of the Middle Ages focuses on science, whereas ...

Life orientation
What are practicals action that you can take to address human rights violation of xenophobia in your community

Science
which of the following helps ensure a groups access to resources it needs for survival? My answer is D. Territorial Behavior. Please check if this is right?..

geography
Vertical climate zones have A) Limited human settlement B) enabled farmers to grow a variety of crops. C) Provided rich materials D)Secured nations in the region against attack. I think B

Education/College level
National Education Technology Standards: NETS for Teachers. 1. Facilitate and Inspire Learning and Creativity. b. engage students in exploring real-world issues and solving authentic problems using digital tools and resources. What skills and competencies does this standard ...

Science
A particular ecosystem in Georgia can support a maximum population of 100 blubirds. Which of the following would allow 120 bluebirds to live together in this ecosystem? -human activity disrupting the nesting habits of a preditor hawk -flooding that decrease the local insects ...

Life orientation
Five practical action that you can take to adress human rights

Biology Ms sue
1.which of the following is a renewable resource? (A.wind) B.fossil fuels C.minerals D.land 2.The goal of -----is to use cells and tissues to treat human illnesses or injuries. A.clone (B.therapeutic cloning) C.reproductive D.gene therapy

Biology
1.Which of the following is a renewable resource? A.wind B.fossil fuel C.minerals (D.land) 2.The goal of -------is to use cells and tissues to treat human illnesses or injuries. A.clone therapy B.therapeutic cloning (C.reproductive cloning ) D.gene therapy

american Literature
“Napoleon was nearly three times as long on the great field of human action?” could you explain to me what this means

English *Answers Check*
What is acupuncture? 1 Acupuncture is one of the oldest, most commonly used medical procedures in the world. Originating in China more than 2,000 years ago, acupuncture began to become better known in the United States in 1971, when New York Times reporter James Reston wrote ...

Science
Human Body & Disease Practice 1) Which of the following effects would you expect if red blood cells were shaped like neurons? :They would not be able to move as easily through capillaries.*** :They would more easily carry out gas exchange in the alveoli. :They would not need ...

Science
Name and explain in detail four organizations or agencies that work to address human violations

american Literature check answers
How were the Dark Romantics different from the Transcendentalists? They explored the darker sides of the human soul. They revered reason over intuition or imagination. They believed in the innocence of all people. They disregarded any spiritual side of nature. A Emerson ...

help journilism
First Human Source Name and Position: what do they mean by this ?

ethincs
Which of the following ethical frameworks suggests that morality should be linked to human nature, including a concern for human dignity and universal human rights

Business
Human Resource Essay?

Science
Organs like the liver, lungs, and intestines, each perform a specific job. COMPARE AND CONTRAST: How are the organs in a model of a human body the same and how are they different? Thx!!

philosopy
Do you agree with Bruce Hinrichs (in Kessler) that there is no good reason for people to feel "threatened or dehumanized" if scientific studies showed that the human mind is nothing more than the physical brain - and, more generally, that humans are nothing more than a ...

Science
Hormones and Homeostasis 1) The human endocrine system is made up of which of the following structures? :Vessels. :Receptors. :Glands.*** :Chambers. 2. Which of the following best describes the function of the endocrine system? :It secretes chemical messengers that travel ...

Science
Processing Information 1. Which of the following sets of terms could be used in a description of the peripheral nervous system? :Motor neuron, interneuron, sensory neuron.*** :Brain, sensory neuron, myelin. :Interneuron, spinal cord, autonomic. :Somatic, brain, spinal cord. 2...

american Literature
How were the Dark Romantics different from the Transcendentalists? They explored the darker sides of the human soul. They revered reason over intuition or imagination. They believed in the innocence of all people. They disregarded any spiritual side of nature. B or D Which ...

History
Speaker A: "It is proper for the United States to seize the Philippines before some other country does. We can use both natural resources and the port." Speaker B: "We have saved the Cubans from Spain. It would be dangerous to give them too much freedom; for their own good we ...

Management
within an organization the first step in human resources planning is

Human Geography
"Real-life contact between members of different social groups is always structurally mediated and embedded in particular historical and geographical contexts of power relations between and within social groups." Can some explain this quote to me?

Life orientation
FIVE practical actions that you can take to address human rights violation of xenophobia in your community ?

Human Geography
What does "challenging white privilege" means?

Philosophy
Derek Parfit believed that the split brain experiments provided evidence in favor of which of the following? Select one: a. Determinism b. Free will c. Hume's bundle theory d. The human soul e. Locke's memory theory I think b

journalism
Which of the following is NOT a type of human source? Friendly Intelligent Hostile confused

Anthropology
Ms. Sue, can you please assist me on this? How has globalization affected cultural identities and consumerism? In today’s world the problem of cultural identity shouldn’t be miscalculated. In the world today there are more nation are affected by the phenomenon of ...

Chemistry
Human bodies maintain their balance (homeostasis) through a series of equilibria. An important equilibrium involves calcium ion because Ca2+ is important for muscle contractions in the heart as well as for strong bones. Bone is a complex tissue consisting of living cells and ...

Social Studies
I am having trouble under standing these questions can someone please help? 11. What resources led to the appearance of the Industrial Revolution in New England? (5 points) 12. During the early 1800s, the United States tried to make peace with other countries in order to grow ...

Social Studies
I am having trouble understanding these questions can any one please help? 11. What resources led to the appearance of the Industrial Revolution in New England? (5 points) 12. During the early 1800s, the United States tried to make peace with other countries in order to grow ...

Social Studies
1. Which of the following helped to increase the populations of northeastern cities? (1 point) more diversity successful cotton crops growth of factories and trade building of the Erie Canal 2. A boundary was set between Canada and the United States as a result of (1 point) ...

Check my answers SS
Which of the following state program areas consumes the largest part of the executive budget? (1 point) human services education *** natural resources transportation 2. Which state department is responsible for mental health-related issues and welfare? (1 point) human services...

Science
A particular ecosystem in Georgia can support a maximum population of 100 bluebirds which of the following would allow hundred 20 bluebirds to live together in this ecosystem? (a. Human activity disrupting the nesting out of a predator hawk) (B. Flooding that decreases the ...

Socials
I am doing a slavery project and I chose "Early and Forced Marriage" as my form of slavery. There is one section of the project that I do not get how to properly search for information and it is "can you find what kind of protection they(the country chosen) have by law? (check...

Anthropology
I am struggling with these question. I did the other seven. Someone please help me. I need some sleep. Are there universal features in human behavior that leads to conflict? Give examples. What are the formal and informal mechanisms of social control? Give examples. How has ...

Geography
1.1.1define the term drainage basin 1.1.2what is the difference between drainage basin and catchment area? 1.1.3 name any two water management areas in south africa. 1:2 THE IMPONTANCE OF MANAGING DRAINAGR BASIN CATCHMENT AREAS IN SOUTH AFRICA SHOULD BE A CORCERN FOR ALL SOUTH...

History
1. In 1840 the population of chicago was only 4,470. by 1990 the city's population was 1, 698,575 which factor best explains the population change A- the constructuion of railroads connecting northeastern cities and Midwestern farms B- the reduction in immigration quotas on ...

Anthropology
Ms.Sue can you tell me if this correct and all the information is in here. Let me know if I missing something? I changed the name. The Cangoan relationship is very-powerful. There relationship with each other, it mainly based on trust. The people know about their living ...

english
Everyone knows that a home should be "child-proof" to protect young babies and toddlers from illness and injury. (2) Pets are also in danger from many common household sources which many people don't realize. (3) Pets can chew and swallow seemingly safe things, resulting in ...

AP LIT
A VALEDICTION FORBIDDING MOURNING by John Donne As virtuous men pass mildly away, And whisper to their souls to go, Whilst some of their sad friends do say, "Now his breath goes," and some say, "No." So let us melt, and make no noise, [5] No tear-floods, nor sigh-tempests ...

Science
Describe the flow of blood in the human body, including through each of the four chambers of the heart. Explain how the blood changes as it moves through various locations in the body.

english
Everyone knows that a home should be "child-proof" to protect young babies and toddlers from illness and injury. (2) Pets are also in danger from many common household sources which many people don't realize. (3) Pets can chew and swallow seemingly safe things, resulting in ...

Economics
Clem Oatley could grow wheat and barley. He could grow 75 bushels of wheat or 125 bushels of barley using the same resources on an acre of his land. The price of wheat is $2.00 per bushel and the price of barley $ 0.80. Show the benefits to Clem from specialization. What ...

anthrpology
Is my answer correct. I can't found Confederacies 1.Discuss the differences between bands, tribes, chiefdoms, confederacies, and states. Then indicate what roles kinship and associations play in each of these systems Band: small kin-based group among scavengers. About everyone...

Social Studies
1.How does the amazon region best support the people of Brazil? a.by serving as a main artery of transportation b.by supplying fertile land for farming c.by providing forest rich with resources d.by protecting them from the encroachment of other people. 2.) The people of ...

Genetics
which do you think was the more far-reaching accomplishment, determining the structure of dna, or sequencing the human genome? state a reason for your answer

College Physics
Human nerve impulses travel at about 10 m/s. Estimate the minimum reaction time from the moment you perceive an obstacle in front of your car and the moment that your foot receives the command to press on the brakes. Consider your height as 1.73m. If the car is traveling at ...

CHEM UNI
Our bodies can use glucose, C6H12O6 (s) (MM = 180.2 g/mol ) , as a fuel. The heat of combustion of glucose in 2.820 x 103 kJ/mol. The human body has a specific heat of 4.18 J·˚C−1·g−1 Howmany grams of glucose would an 80.0 kg person need to consume to raise ...

science
A healthy human body maintains a temperature of about 37.00C. Explain how physical, chemical and nuclear processes all contribute, directly or indirectly, to keeping the human body at a constant temperature.

english
essay: politics and the english language In paragraph 13 of “Politics and the English Language,” Orwell tells the reader that, when observing the typical politician speak, “one often has a curious feeling that one is not watching a live human being but some kind of dummy...

Human service
A description of how client feedback can be applied following an intervention

social studies
I need help checking my answers for social studies. the !!! stands for my answer 1. how did northern and southern responses to the fugitive slave law affect their relationship? it deepened fear and anger between the north and the south. !!! it deepened the commitment to ...

College Human Geography
"Why is there inadequate action by the state to curb the violence?" Can someone explain what the question is asking?

College Human Geography
"What role does race play in the film?" Can someone explain this question?

GEO
A major objective of the South Pacific Forum founded in 1971 was A. identifying and resolving human rights concerns in the region. B. reconciling diverse cultural heritages. C. stopping French nuclear testing in the region. D. expanding the copra trade.

writing
Need help with Achieving a Readable Style. Memorandum TO: Jerry Bradshaw DATE: March 29, 2011 FROM: Bill Jones SUBJECT: The Best Approaches in Alternative Fuel Research Purpose Alternative fuels are becoming an important area of research. There are two main reasons researchers...

anthroology
Describe the distinct differences between lineages, clans, moieties, and phratries are all types of decent groups. Lineage is a descent group that can demonstrate their common descent from a known apical ancestor. depending on whether they through mother respectively Clan is a...

Science
What factors will be important in deciding the future use of energy resources?

ENGLISH
I need help finding real life examples for the scarlet letter themes? Do the ones I have fit the themes? Are they correct? 1. Guilt can destroy a person, body, and soul. I was thinking soldiers who fight overseas in countries and having to kill innocent people. 2.True ...

English
Hi! I made an essay please tell me what I am missed or how I did. And how can I improve it. Also does it sound good enough for a University student? btw I have a request if you can delete this essay after giving feedback because it's personal and private please understand: My ...

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