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Criminal Justice/Report Writing
I am so bad when it comes to verbs and such. But from what you wrote is the answer A?

Criminal Justice/Report Writing
In the sentence, “The report was mailed to the officer,” the writer is using: A. the active voice. B. the passive voice. C. chronological order. D. first person. I am confused between A & B

Criminal Justice/Report Writing
A criminal investigation cannot begin until one of three things is present; these include all of the following EXCEPT: A. a crime must have occurred. B. there must be a reasonable certainty that a crime has occurred. C. the investigator must be reasonably sure a crime is going...

Criminal Justice/Report Writing
After a criminal investigator arrives on the scene of a crime, his or her first priority is: A. arresting the guilty party. B. life safety and assisting victims in need of aid. C. collecting evidence and taking photographs. D. interviewing witnesses. I am torn between answers ...

Criminal Justice/Report Writing
My text mentioned both of the choices I am torn between.

Criminal Justice/Report Writing
Which of the following is one of the reasons the Uniform Crime Reporting Program __________ in 1982? A. was renamed the Summary Data Reporting System B. discontinued collecting and tracking statistics C. was revised D. broke ties with the FBI I am torn between A & C.

Physics
A 0.300-kg ice puck, moving east with a speed of 5.86m/s , has a head-on collision with a 0.990-kg puck initially at rest. Assume that the collision is perfectly elastic. What is the speed of the 0.300-kg puck after the collision? What ise the speed of the 0.990-kg puck after ...

Pre-Calc
Find (f/g)(x) for f(x)=1/x and g(x)=x^3. Show all work and state the domain of (f/g)(x).

Criminal Justice/Juvenile Delinquency
UCR data consistently indicate that males account for about _________ of juvenile violent crime. a. 55% b. 80% c. 68% d. 90%

Physics
Consider a map oriented so that the x-axis runs east-west (with east being the "positive" direction) and y runs north-south (with north "positive"). A person drives 23 km to the north, turns and drives 76 km to the east, and then turns north and drives for ...

Physics
Consider a map oriented so that the x axis runs east–west (with east being the "positive" direction) and y runs north–south (with north "positive"). A person drives 14 km to the west, then turns and drives 44 km to the south. Find the magnitude ...

Algebra 1
| x-88 | <= 7.5 80.5 <= x <= 95.5

college algebra
Please please i need help with solving this linear inequality x6+1/8=x2-3/4 don't know what I'm doing thanks

American Constitution Law
Please help with this Law question: If a criminal defendant goes to trial but the case ends with a hung jury, can the government retry the defendant on the same charges? Why or why not? A. No. The double jeopardy clause prohibits it. B. No. The double jeopardy and due process ...

Amrican Constitutional Law
Police obtain a search warrant for Mary's house to search for cocaine. While executing the search warrant, the police look in a closet and find a sawed-off shotgun. The gun will be: A. admissible if it was immediately apparent as contraband. B. admissible only if the ...

PRE CALC
CASHIER HAS A TOTAL OF 39 BILLS CONSISTING OF ONES, FIVES, AND TWENTIES. THE NUMBER OF TWENTIES IS 16 LESS THAN THE NUMBER OF ONES. THE TOTAL VALUE IS $208. HOW MANY OF EACH DENOMINATION IS THERE.

American Constitutional Law
Is the federal government obligated to avoid denying persons the equal protection of the law? Why or why not? A. No, because the equal protection clause only applies to the states. B. Yes, because it's the right thing to do. C. No, because the federal government does not ...

American Constitutional Law
Which justice wrote the dissenting opinion in both the Civil Rights Cases (1883) and Plessy v. Ferguson? A. Roger Taney B. John Harlan C. John Marshall D. William Rehnquist OK, my book says John Marshall Harlan. So I am really confused on this one.

American Constutional Law
Which right is NOT explicitly mentioned in the Bill of Rights? A. Right to privacy B. Right to bear arms C. Right to due process D. Right to grand jury indictment in capital cases I am confused on this one. They are all mentioned, but it says "right to jury" and not...

American Constitutional Law
If the Court decides to recognize a constitutional right to die (a right not currently recognized by the Court and not explicitly in the Bill of Rights) and to require the states to recognize this right, what doctrine of incorporation would this reflect? A. Total incorporation...

American Constitutional Law
If the Court decides to recognize a constitutional right to die (a right not currently recognized by the Court and not explicitly in the Bill of Rights) and to require the states to recognize this right, what doctrine of incorporation would this reflect? A. Total incorporation...

American Constitutional Law
What constitutional provision has been used to make most of the provisions within the Bill of Rights applicable to the states? A. Fourteenth Amendment Due Process Clause B. Fourteenth Amendment Equal Protection Clause C. Fourteenth Amendment Privileges or Immunities Clause D. ...

American Constitutional Law
Thanks Damon. You were right. I was completely thrown off by that one. I took the test and got and 85%. This was a 40 question multiple choice test.

American Constitutional Law
Which of the following best describes the relationship between the federal government and state militias? A. The militias are independent state entities over which the federal government has no authority. B. The militias are federal entities over which the federal government ...

American Constitution Law
Which of the following best describes the relationship between the federal government and state militias? A. The militias are independent state entities over which the federal government has no authority. B. The militias are federal entities over which the federal government ...

American Constitutional Law
A president is: A. absolutely immune from suit for executive functions. B. presumptively immune from suit for executive functions. C. not immune from suit whatsoever. D. only immune to the degree granted by Congress. I am stuck on this one between A & B

American Constitutional Law
Most agreements with foreign nations are in the form of: A. executive agreements. B. treaties. C. statutory arrangements. D. ex parte proceedings. This one is really confusing. I am torn between A & B. My textbook says both and looking on line says both as well.

American Constitutional Law
You were right Ms. Sue. I could not understand it at all. That was my last question on my quiz. Overall did well, got a 90%. You are great helping out students in need. Thanks.

American Constitutional Law
The final authority to determine the winner of a closely contested election in the House of Representatives is determined by the: A. Supreme Court B. State where election was held C. Senate D. House of Representatives I am stumped on this one. My textbook says the House of ...

American Constitutional Law
Who may declare war? A. President B. House of Representatives C. Senate D. Entire Congress I am torn between A & D (but leaning toward D). Please help.

Fundamentals of Business Financial Management
Your program plans to acquire a total of 600 end items costing $570 million over a five-year period. The first production contract is to be awarded in FY04. The number of items to be procured (not delivered) each year and their estimated cost (in then-year dollars) is shown ...

DAU-Developing the Program Budget Module Exam
Your program has a research and development project scheduled to start in January 2004 which is expected to take 40 months to complete. The project is expected to cost a total of $150 million (then-year dollars), with cost expected to be incurred as follows: FY Cost to be ...

math
500. x 12 = 6,000. + 4% (240.) 500. x 24 = 12,000. + 4% (480.) 500. x 36 = 18,000. + 4% (720.) 500. x 48 = 24,000. + 4% (960.) Yr 1 = 6,000. + 240. = 6,240.00 Yr 2 = 12,000. + 480. = 12,480.00 Yr 3 = 18,000. + 720. = 18,720.00 Yr 4 + 24,000. + 960. = 24,960.00

American Constitutional Law
Which of the following is NOT a constraint on federal judicial power? A. Lifetime appointment B. Presidential nomination C. Impeachment for high crimes and misdemeanors D. Congressional control of judicial jurisdiction I think it's C., but not positive

American Constitutional Law
Please help with these two questions: The power of judicial review extends to __________ action. A. congressional B. executive C. state D. All of the above I SAY D. A judge who follows an interpretive approach that focuses on the precise meaning of the text of the Constitution...

American Constitutonal Law
Which case did NOT involve an issue of judicial review? A. Maybury v. Madison B. United States v. Nixon C. Martin v. Hunter Lessee D. Hammons v. Simpson. I think it's C. but my textbook isn't clear enough.

Technology & Society
Based on brain research, Kahn suggests that to encourage neural branching, educators should use all of the following teaching strategies EXCEPT: A. application of different symbols. B. analogy. C. rote memorization. D. hypothetical thinking. I think it's C. Am I right?

Technology & Society
Norman Meyers makes which of the following health predictions? A. Due to the development of technology, people will not have to exercise or diet in the future. B. Child mortality will increase throughout the world in the future. C. Tobacco companies will peddle cigarettes to ...

Ethics
For Mill, when calculating the utility of any particular action, we must include the happiness it will produce for A. The family of the individual who will perform the action B. All sentient creatures C. The indivvidual who will perform the action D. All human beings

Technology & Society/Ecology
The central problems mentioned in the case study concerning the Love Canal include all of the following EXCEPT that: A. developers and the school board knew about the chemical dump, but proceeded anyway. B. individual citizens are powerless to make a difference in situations ...

Technology & Society
Which of the following is an ingredient of acid rain? A. Lead B. Nitrogen dioxide C. VOCs D. Ozone I think it's B., but not sure.

Technology & Society
According to the text, by 2050, it is believed that __________ of the earth's species will become extinct if rain forest destruction continues. A. 6% B. 14% C. 25% D. 50% I think it's C., but not sure

art history
a MASTABA is a type of ancient Egyptian tomb in the form of a flat-roofed, rectangular structure with outward sloping sides that marked the burial site of many prominent Egyptians of the country's ancient period. Mastabas were made of mud-bricks or stone. Previously, the ...

Criminal Justice/Social Impact of Technology
__________ theories hold that certain actions or practices are inherently right or wrong. A. Consequentialist B. Utilitarian C. Deontological E. Ethical I think it's C.

Criminal Justice/Corrections
Which of the following statements is NOT true about the benefits of intermediate sanctions? A. Channeling offenders into community-based corrections increase and accelerate prison overcrowding. B. Intermediate sanctions are generally less expensive than incarceration in either...

Criminal Justice/Corrections
All of the following istuations contributed to the rapid increase in the number of imprisioned offenders after the 1970's EXCEPT: A. The War on Drugs. B. The "baby-boom" C. Political inaction D. Enactment of more stringent punishments. My textbook mentions all of...

Criminal Justice/Corrections
Restitution does NOT help: A. an offender to accept personal responsibility. B. offset the victim's physical and emotional losses. C. the victim to feel more respected by the system. D. a victim to take revenge on his or her offender. I think it's D., but not sure.

Criminal Justice/Corections
Restitution does NOT help: A. an offender to accept personal responsibility. B. offset the victim's physical and emotional losses. C. the victim to feel more respected by the system. D. a victim to take revenge on his or her offender. I think it's D., but not sure.

Criminal Justice/Corrections
Which of the following is NOT helpful to a judge in determining potential risk? A. The PSI B. STICS C. A risk and needs assessment D. The LSI-R I find all in my textbook except for STICS. So I think that is the answer.

Criminal Justice/Corrections
My answer was Babylonians on the quiz. I got it wrong. I will not know the right answer is. They will probably post that tomorrow.

Criminal Justice/Corrections
The first people to allow their citizens to prosecute an offender in the name of an injured party were the: A. Babylonians B. Sumerians C. Romans D. Greeks By book mentions that both Babylonians and Sumerians followed "an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth" doctrine...

Criminal Justice/Corrections
I answered C and took the quiz and got it wrong. I won't know the right answer until tomorrow when they update my page on line.

Criminal Justice/Corrections
Which of the following is a recurring theme throughout the history of penology? A. Enlightenment B. Compassion C. Deterrence D. Overcrowding I think it's C, but not too sure.

Criminal justice/Corrections
Sorry. I think it's A.

Criminal justice/Corrections
Which of the following statements is NOT true of the prison turmoil that existed between 1935 and 1960? A. The public embraced the idea rehabilitation and reform. B. There was a tremendous influx of criminals. C. Prison administrators did not know what to do with their inmates...

Criminal Justice/Corrections
An appellate court cannot reverse the factual finding of the trial count unless: A. The findings were erroneous B. A petition to the US supreme Court is made. C. The court of last resort weighs in. D. The case has been remanded. I am confused between A and C.

Criminal Justice - Policing
The USA PATRIOT Act gave oversight over domestic terrorism issues to what government entity? A. CIA. B. Department of Commerce. C. Department of State. D. Department of Immigration. I think it's C. Am I right?

Criminal Justice - Policing
What is a characteristic of women who are least likely to be arrested? A. Physically attractive. B. Ladylike behavior. C. Aggressive. D. Honest and tactless I think it's B, but not sure

Criminal Justice - Policing
Miranda rights apply: A. Whenever the police begin to question a person. B. When police conduct a full-blown interrogation even if the person subjected to such interrogation is not in police custody. C. When a person is taken into custody but not subjected to interrogation. D...

Criminal Jstice - Ethics
I took the test and got a 95%. This was the only one I got wrong. The correct answer was B. Justified.

Criminal Jstice - Ethics
I guessed "Personal" not "justified"

Criminal Jstice - Ethics
The ethical life requires that we make good decisions, and good decisions are _________ decisions. A. emotional B. justified C. personal D. unreasoned I am pretty sure it's C., but need another opinion.

Ethics
Which of the following frameworks encourages us to imagine alternative solutions to moral dilemmas, "focusing less on deciding between given alternatives" and,instead, "envisioning new alternatives" that we may not have initally considered? A. ...

Ethisc/Criminal Justice
I took the test using my original answer which was A. Got it wrong. My school does not give the right answer though. After reading my textbook again, I think the answer is now C.

Ethisc/Criminal Justice
Which of the following frameworks would be most likely to justify convicting an innocent person? A. Virtue ethics B. Utilitarianism C. Kantain ethics D. Natural law I think it's A, but not 100% sure.

Ethics in Criminal Justice
The answer was C. Flourishing.

Ethics in Criminal Justice
Which of the following comes closest to what Aristotle regarded as the highest human good? A. Pleasure B. Avoidance of Pain C. Flourishing D. Prosperity My book mentions flourishing and eudaimonia (which means prosperty). So I am torn between the two.

Ethics in Criminal Justice
Which of the following frameworks would be most likely to justify convicting an innocent person? A. Virtue ethics B. Utilitarianism C. Kantain ethics D. Natural law I think it's A, but not 100% sure.

Ethics/Criminal Justice
OK. Took the test. Question 1 answer is D. and Question 2 answer was A.

Ethics/Criminal Justice
These two questions are similar in type and I am really confused by the textbook. 1) Which of the following objections to criminal punishment might be raised by a Kantian ethical framework? A. Incapacitation amounts to using offenders to benefit the community. B. ...

Ethics in Criminal Justice
In contrast to Bentham, John Stuart Mill argued that happiness or pleasure should be understood: A. quantitatively B. qualitatively C. as the same for all people D. as the absence of pain only I am stuck between A and B, but leaning toward B.

Ethics in Criminal Justice
Which of the following, according to Carl Klockars, is NOT an important consideration in determining whether the good ends of police work justify immoral means in a given scenario? A. Are there other, non-dirty, means that may be effective but that we may be overlooking? B. ...

Criminal Justice - Ethics
According to Kohlberg, which of the following can provide worthwhile ocasions for moral development by inviting us to reflect on the views of others? A. Role-taking opportunities B. Reading books about ethics C. Love and respect within the family D. Social class and financial ...

Ethics/Criminal Justice courst
According to Kohlberg, which of the following can provide worthwhile ocasions for moral development by inviting us to reflect on the views of others? A. Role-taking opportunities B. Reading books about ethics C. Love and respect within the family D. Social class and financial ...

math
amy finished watching tv at 4:05, if she have been wqtching it for 2:15, what time was it when she started

Criminal Justice - Ethics
When we claim that certain moral values or principles (e.g., do not steal) apply or should apply to all people, everywhere, we are saying that some values or principles are: A. descriptive B. relative C. universal D. pragmatic I think it's C Which of the following actions...

Criminal Justice
Yes Sue you are right. inquiry. I still cannot come up with an answer.

Criminal Justice
Question: The primary purpose of ethical injury is to: A. find all the possible solutions to a problem. B. critically reflect upon how we live and the choices we make. C. learn about the philosophies of the past 2000 years. D. Memorize relevant codes of conduct. Is the answer A?

Criminal Justice
Which of the following would be of greatest concern from an ethical standpoint? A. The number of homicide victims in a given place during a given time period. B. The legal elements of the crime of homicide. C. Whether capital punishment is a justifiable response to the crime ...

algebra
solve using the elimination method -2x+3y=5 2x-y=1 x+y=6 x-y=4

algreba
x+y=6 x-y=4 -2x+3y=5 2x-y=1

math
Three pumps begin draining a 7500-gallon pool. At the same time, two pumps begin to drain a 4800-gallon pool. Assuming that all pumps drain at the same time., how many gallons are left in the larger pool when the smaller pool finished being drained? (a) 300 (b) 600 (c) 900 (d...

math
Thanks Ms. Sue

math
There is a 5 to 4 ratio of women to men at the game. If there are 360 women , how many men are at the game (a) 256 (b) 275 (c) 288 (d) 305

Money
did you set up a porportion

Money
thanks Damon

Money
Sarah and Billy are waiters at Jill's Grill. During the night shift, Sarah makes $86.00 in tips, while Billy makes $102.00. What percentage of Billy tips did Sarah make? (a) 82% (b) 84% (c) 86% (d) 88%

Math
At an office, the manager earns 40% more than a first year employee. The employee earns what fraction of the manager earnings? (a) 1/4 (b) 3/4 (c) 5/7 (d) 4/5

Criminal justice
Just took this test. Question #1 is NOT D... I got that wrong on test, but it does not give me the right answer. Your answer to Question #2 is right.

english
By coaxing and questioning hour after hour, Tom finally managed to (pry, delude) the big secret from his sister.

jacobs
A charity carnival requires three volunteer workers for each booth. If the carnival has 29 booths, how many volunteers must be requited

Maths literacy,life science,agriculture,geography
Plzzz help I am doing these subjects and I'm in grade12

early childhood
A)meet new people B)learn new skills C)meet new teachers D)transfer skills

early childhood
a major goal of a child's transition to a new program is to

early childhood
A)maintaining continuity of services. B)getting the child ready for school C)the family's needs D)the child's needs

Early child hood
what is formative assessment of progress

child care
childrens genetically prescribed tastes in foods are affected by the what?

child care
childrens genetically prescribed tastes in foods are affected by the what

child care
what are the three main factors in a readiness model

child care
what are the three main factors in a readiness model

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