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What was one similarity between the bill of rights and the Magna Carta? A. Both outlined a structure that gave the government the right to tax its citizens B. Both established a detailed justice system C. Both provided guidelines for ensuring basic citizen rights D. Both were ...

English
I was wondering what does "crime is a social construction" mean. Also, is it the same as "social construction of crime"?

World History
Which characteristics describe ancient Sumerian civilization? Select the THREE that apply. City-states ruled by kings Job specialization Monotheistic religion Social hierarchies   What innovations did ancient Mesopotamians pass on to later civilizations? Select the FIVE that ...

Social Studies
Each of the following is a principle of the samurai honor code, bushido, EXCEPT A.) honor means more than life or wealth itself. B.) a samurai must never show weakness or surrender to an enemy C.) one can only betray the code of bushido to save a family member. D.) the true ...

Science
I need help finding two examples of natural social systems

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1. Why did Thomas Paine’s write the pamphlet, “Common Sense"? A. To support conquering the native Americans B. To argue that more land should go to France and Spain C. To show that loyalty to the monarchy was wrong •• D. To pledge his loyalty to the British government...

Social studies
Life expectancy What two countries are not part of Africa?

Social Studies (Ms. Sue)
8. Of the following choices, which ones influence the emergence of opposing political parties? Select all that apply. (There are 2 right answers) Mounting pressure from Britain to further establish government Increase in the distribution of newspapers Differences in opinion on...

Art
How is graffiti typically used as an art form? Walls are painted to blend in with the surroundings History recorded in an open minded way Individuals express there social and political opinions*** Utilitarian art is crated two dimensions.

Social Studies
2. What was Hamilton’s rationale for placing a tax on whiskey? He planned to use the tax to reduce national debt He wanted to impose a penalty on farmers for producing too much Whiskey He wanted to halt the export of whiskey He wanted to distribute the taxes to state ...

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1. What was most dangerous about signing the Declaration of Independence? A. the signers would lose their political positions B. the signers would be trainers, for which they would be hung if captured •• C. the signers would be targets of Loyalists' anger and possible ...

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Why did Thomas Paine’s write the pamphlet, “Common Sense"? To support conquering the native Americans •• To argue that more land should go to France and Spain To show that loyalty to the monarchy was wrong To pledge his loyalty to the British government

Social studies
what was one way that colonists rebelled against british economic policies? They enacted the Townshend acts They formed the sons of library They wrote the writs of assistance The repealed the stamp act••

Socorro studies
What were some resons for the French and Indian war? Select all that apply French and British both wanted control of the Ohio river Valley •• French and British fought over control of Indian fur trade•• The French wanted to take control of the Louisiana area that was ...

Social studies
Why was capturing quebec so important to the British during the french and indian war A. by gaining control of Quebec, the British could increase financial and military support from the colonist. B. by gaining control of Quebec, the british would disrupt french supplies from ...

World history
1. Which statement best describes the period known as the Old Kingdom? It was a time of dynastic uncertainty. It was a time of development. It was a time of great geographic expansion.*** 2. In what way was the Nile both a benefit and a disadvantage for Egypt? It provided ...

Social Studies
What were some of the major contributions made during the New Babylonian Empire? Please help.

Social Studies
The first Amendment protects which rights? Select all that apply the right to own a gun the right to a fair trial the right to practice a religion (or not) the right to criticize the government the right of owning property What do the 15th, 19th, and 26th Amendments have in ...

Georgia studies
_ is the primary mining area for gold in Georgia. 1. Cartersville 2. Augusta 3. Dahlonega 4. Richmond **** ?

Stats
Grey Kangaroos are large, social marsupials, indigenous to Australia. The Eastern Greys are a light grayish brown, while the Western Grey is a copper brown color. As part of a study of the development of these creatures, biologists have measured various aspects of their ...

Please help do by 10:00 Science
1. Convert 4.0 kilometers (km) to meters (m). (1 point) 0.04 m 40 m 400 m 4,000 m 2. For his science project, Austin wants to determine if the pH of standing rainwater changes over time. He collects a jar of rainwater and places it indoors in a spot that does not receive a lot...

Social Studies
What country or continent is located at 40°S,100°E?

Social Studies
What countries are the following? is 20 degrees S, 140E? 40N, 20E? 40N, 100W?

Social Studies
Before 1720, what was the difference in the relationships between the Spanish and the Apache compared to the Spanish and Hasinai? A. The Spanish made peace with both the Apache and the Hasinai. B. The Spanish had a working relationship with the Hasinai while the Apache ...

Social studies
I am lost .. Why did the great compromise establish a two-house legislature? A:to fairly represent all states B:to allow for population growth C: to provide checks and balances D: to prevent unconstitutional laws***? In what way did the structure of the Virginia House of ...

Social studies
What is the name given to a hook or curved area of land that extends into a sea or a Ocean

social studys
what was the purpose of the olive branch petition? A.to declare war on england B.to raise a colonial army C.to declare allegiance to the king of england D.to convince france to enter the war is it C?

Social studies NEED HELP
which of the following were problems faced by the english colonist at jamestown? The colony employed many indentured servants and paying them was different •• They Settled in an insecure location and were vulnerable to Spanish attack The location of the colony made life ...

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What was the primary goal that Spanish settlers shared in the south and southwest regions? Gaining global power Finding wealth Conquering the native Americans •• Entering the fur trade business

Social studies
which was the most significant factor in the spanish conquest of the aztecs and incas? Armor•• Disease Guns Horses

Social Studies
Which statement beat explains why people in west Africa eat manioc? Europeans introduced manioc to Africa after encountering it in America. Early native Americans established trade routes with west Africans Manioc is native to west Africa and a traditional part of local diets...

Social studies NEED HELP
I am Dekanawidah and with the Five Nations' Confederate Lords I plant the Tree of Great Peace. I plant it in your territory, Adodarhoh, and the Onondaga Nation, in the territory of you who are Firekeepers. I name the tree the Tree of the Great Long Leaves. Under the shade of ...

Social studies
Some scientists believe that Paleo-Americans migrating to the Americas sailed along the coast of North America. They sailed close to shore so that they could do which of the following? avoid warring groups that sailed in the open sea easily hunt whale make contact with ...

Sociology
What were some barriers to radical social change that could have made things better for freed people following the Civil War and Emancipation Proclamation?

social studies
1. Which factor best explains why Native Americans were able to make permanent settlements? Native Americans began to cultivate plants for food. Native Americans began to create more complex tools and pottery. Native Americans discovered alternative food sources, such as ...

Social Studies
What were some of the advantages the continental army had over the British? Select all that apply. Fighting on familiar territory*** A large navy More troops*** Better supplies

Social Studies
What major advantage did the colonists have over the British during the Revolutionary War? A. colonists had more supplies than the British B. colonists had European support C. colonists had a better knowledge of the land than the British D. colonists had more soldiers than the...

ENC 1102
The story addresses a very sensitive issue that affects every culture, nationality, ethnic group, race and social class. Death is indeed quite an unpleasant aspect of life that many people do not like talking about. However, it is unavoidable since people pass away on a daily ...

Wold History
1. Which statement best describes the period known as the Old Kingdom? It was a time of dynastic uncertainty. It was a time of development. It was a time of great geographic expansion.***   2. In what way was the Nile both a benefit and a disadvantage for Egypt? It provided ...

Wold History
Having a hard time in World History! Please let me know if these are right and if not please tell me the answers! 1. How did the religious beliefs of the ancient Israelites differ from those of other nearby peoples? The Israelites believed in many gods, while other peoples ...

Wold History
1. How did the religious beliefs of the ancient Israelites differ from those of other nearby peoples? The Israelites believed in many gods, while other peoples believed in only one God.*** The Israelites believed in one God, while other peoples believed in many gods. The ...

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Social Studies
Where do most people in Iraq live?

Global Studies
Ming Moved to toronto 10 years ago when he was three. He still Speaks Chinese but has learned english and some french. he celebrates both chinesse and canadaian holidays.ming best reflects that canada is a____________. a. plural society b. melting pot c. cultural mosiac d. ...

Social Studys
This excerpt is from a citizen in england in response to the colonial outrage toward the stamp act. what central arguement of the american colonists against the stamp act is not understood by the writer? that trade was heavily restricted due to taxes, which made it difficult ...

Social Studies
Why were Northern states in favor of Hamilton's protective traffic? The traffic protected the North from paying any additional fees when exporting their goods. The traffic allowed manufacturers in the North less expensive than imported goods. The traffic made goods produced in...

Social Studies
What were some influences on self-government? Select all that apply. Commentaries on the laws of England** The Columbian exchange English bill of rights Poor Richard's almanac**

Social Studies
What was the basic economic structure established by England? import/export economy? mercantilism? market economy? capitalism?*** Am I wrong?

Social Study's
I don't reall understand this question can some one tell me if I'm right? What is meant by the basic principle popular sovereignty The government is set up as a constitutional republic The people have the right to alter their government Congress has the right to regulate trade...

Social Studies
What is one change Mansa Musa brought to Mali? A) He sent all of the scholars out of the empire. B) He brought Christianity to the empire. C) He made Islam the empire's official religion. D) He gave the provinces their independence Plzzz!!!! Help Me Plzzzz

Social studies
A. Why was the presidency of George Washington considered to be significant? His actions would define the role of president His actions would set precedents for all future presidents His actions would determine the need for a president His actions would test the presidents ...

Social groups
How do virtual groups differ from in -person primary and secondary groups? What qualities do virtual and in-person groups share? I understand people join primary groups to satisfy their personal needs of belonging and fulfillment. Could the differences here is lack of face to ...

Social Studies
What fundamental problem did Noah Webster see in the Articles of Confederation? A. that states would always work in their own self-interest even if it meant harm to the nation as a whole B. that the central government would always favor large states over the smaller states ...

Social Studies
why did the shogunate close japan ports and ban foreign trade? A)They did not like the goods the Europeans were trading. B)they did not want to share the secrets of the samurai . C)They feared Europeans would try to take control of Japan.** D)They feared Europeans would Bring ...

Science
Hemlocks are a common type of tree in the northern forests of the United States. In studying one forest, a forester noticed that mature hemlocks were abundant but there were very few young hemlocks. She wondered why there were so few young hemlocks. By reading the records that...

Social Studies
What was the initial purpose of the Constitutional Convention? A. to write the constitution B. to amend the constitution C. to amend the articles of confederation*** D. to ratify the constitution

Social studies
What fundamental problem did noah Webster see in the Articles of Confederation? > that states would always work in their own self-interest even if it meant harm to the nation as whole > that the central covernment would always favor large states over the smaller states ...

Social Studies
Which of the following was one of the influences of the Roman Republic on the framing of the constitution? A. A centralized gov. that provides for more order. B. Elected representatives who are the voice of the people. C. A judicial system that is controlled by the people D. A...

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Social Studies
Apply your knowledge of Texas' economic development and geographic regions to explain where in Texas you would convince a tech company to locate. Explain why you would steer them away from other regions of the state.

social studies
Explain the relationship of spindletop's location in Texas to its importance on the economic development of Texas and the United States?

social studies
what were the guaranteed jamestown success

CHECK MY ANSWERS American Government
*** By my answer Please check! 1. Which statement best describes the importance of the Magna Carta? (1 point) British judges should hold judicial power. Even the king must respect certain rights of the people.*** Federalism is the best form of government. Parliament should ...

Social Studies
What is a name of a soldier in the Revolutionary War that was a low ranked soldier but then stepped it up?

Social Studies
A class is selling magazines as a fund raiser. Of the 500 magazines sold, Amy sold 1/9 of them. Garrett sold 0.145 of the magazines. Robbie sold 11/100 of the magazines, and Carlita sold 0.095 of the magazines. Who sold the most?

Social studies
how was the government outlined in the fundamental orders of connecticut (FOC) different from the government in massachusetts? Select all that apply. A. The FOC gave the vote to all men who were property owners B. The FOC limited the governor's power which expanded the idea of...

Social studies
what was the primary reason thomas hooker left the massachusetts bay colony and founded the connecticut colony? A. His religious ideals conflicted with the Puritan beliefs B. He desired to move further inland where soil was better for farming C. He though the government had ...

American Government
1. Thomas Hobbes and John Locke were European philosophers who influenced American founding documents with which theory? A. social contract theory B. divine right of kings theory C. no taxation without representation theory D. equal pay for equal work theory

Sociology
Marxism is a theory of history and social change that expresses which of the following as its central concern? A) Violence B) Feudalism C) Inequality D) Mass consumerism I'm thinking B but I'm not really sure.

Social Studies
1:What fundamental problem did noah Webster see in the Articles of Confederation? > that states would always work in their own self-interest even if it meant harm to the nation as whole > that the central covernment would always favor large states over the smaller states...

SOCIAL STUDIES (CHECK ANSWER PLEASE)
1. Which ideas from the deceleration of independece support women's suffrage? A) We hold these truths to be self evident B) life liberty and the pursuit of happiness C) governments are instuited among men*** D) deriving their just powers from the consent of the government

Social Studies
1:What fundamental problem did noah Webster see in the Articles of Confederation? > that states would always work in their own self-interest even if it meant harm to the nation as whole > that the central covernment would always favor large states over the smaller states...

Social studies
The islands of the Arctic archipelago contain______,or soil that remains Frozen even when the summer warmth temporarily melts the snow and ice that usually covers the area A:deserts B:wetlands C:mixing zones D:permafrost I think it's D

Social Studies
If most Americans favor cutting spending or raising taxes to balance the budget, why have politicians not taken either of these steps to do so?

Social Studies
If most Americans favor cutting spending or raising taxes to balance the budget, why have politicians not taken either of these steps to do so?

Social Studies
If most Americans favor cutting spending or raising taxes to balance the budget, why have politicians not taken either of these steps to do so?

Social Studies
which of these people is in the labor force 15 year old high school student who wants a job a 32 year old mother who stopped working a 46 year old woman who is unemployed but seeking a job <--- a 68 year old man who is retired

Social studies
Why do mapmakers create different types of map projection

Social Studies
1. What was one strength of the Articles of Confederation? (1 point) >it allowed states to make decisions for themselves. >it gave the federal government power to impose taxes >it gave Congress the athority to overturn decisions made. By the president. >it provided...

SOCIAL STUDIES (CHECK ANSWERS) ASAP
1. Which of the following responsibilities are held by the legislative, rather than the executive branch? Select two answers. A) writing and voting on new laws**** B) providing social programs to citizens C) selecting new judges for federal courts D) determining the budget of ...

Social Studies
1. The Mound Builders primarily lived in what regions? Select all that apply. 2. What was a common theme shared by the Mayan and Aztec civilizations? 3. What was the initial reason for Columbus' journey to the New World? 4. Based on this excerpt from the text, what impact did ...

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Which religion considers the epic poem about Krishna one of the most important texts? A: Buddhism B:Hinduism C: judaism D: Zoroastrianism

Social Studies
which of these people is in the labor force 15 year old high school student who wants a job a 32 year old mother who stopped working a 46 year old woman who is unemployed but seeking a job a 68 year old man who is retired---

Social Studies
which of these actions would most help a worker improve their productivity? A: Finding a new job in a different field. B: Taking a training course related to her job. ****** C: Buying a laptop computer for home use. D: asking her employer to give her a raise. The answer is B, ...

Social Studies
Why is farming not a viable economic option for all areas of southern and Eastern Africa? 1- there is a lack of land 2- there is a lack of sunlight 3- there is a lack of rainfall 4- there is a lack of people to farm the land

MATH
The Virginia Department of Social Services collected information on 25 Virginia Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly Food Stamps) beneficiaries and found that their average monthly food expenditure was $160. The average monthly food expenditure for SNAP ...

Global Studies
1. According to the map, where is Canada's population density highest? a. in Northern Canada b. in Central Canada c. along the United States border d. along the Canadian Cordillera I think it's C

social-studies
explain fully why each strategy you suggest is likely to be successful

social-studies
suggest,giving full details, three strategies which parents may use to encourage their children to communicate with them

social-studies
outline 2 reasons why emotional readness is necessary for good parenting

Social Studies
what was the government outlines in the Fundamental orders of Connecticut (FOC) different from the Government in Massachusetts? Select all that apply. A. The FOC gave the vote to all men who were property owners. B. The FOC limited the governor's power which expanded the idea ...

Social Studies
Why did Thomas Paine write the pamphlet, Common Sense? A. to support conquering the Native Americans B. to argue that more land should go to France and Spain C. to show that loyalty to the monarchy was wrong D. to pledge his loyalty to the British government ** What was most ...

Social Studies
How was the government outlines in the Fundamental orders of Connecticut (FOC) different from the Government in Massachusetts? Select all that apply. A. The FOC gave the vote to all men who were property owners.•• B. The FOC limited the governor's power which expanded the ...

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How was the government outlines in the Fundamental orders of Connecticut (FOC) different from the Government in Massachusetts? Select all that apply. A. The FOC gave the vote to all men who were property owners.•• B. The FOC limited the governor's power which expanded the ...

Social Studies (CHECK ANSWERS)
6. Each looked for an easier triumph, and a result less fundamental and and astounding. Both read the same bible and pray to the same god; and each invokes his aid against the other. It may seem strange that any man should dare to ask a just gods assistance in wringing their ...

Social studies
7. why were there fewer slaves in the backcountry of the southern colonies than those areas closer to the coast Colonists in the backcountry were primarily self sufficient Backcountry colonists were fundamentally opposed to slavery Colonists in the backcountry were poor and ...

Social studies
4. How was the government outlines in the Fundamental orders of Connecticut (FOC) different from the Government in Massachusetts? Select all that apply. A. The FOC gave the vote to all men who were property owners.•• B. The FOC limited the governor's power which expanded ...

Social Studies CHECK ANSWERS
3. Which of the following sentences best describes the role of the United Nations in world affairs? A) it ensures that everyone follows treaties B) it maintains good relations and keeps discussions open*** C) it mediates conflicts and supports international projects D) it ...

Social Studies (Check Answers)
1. What is the basic independent unit of world politics? A) country B) province C) nation**** D) organization 2. Which of the following groups is an example of the basic unit you selected in the previous question? A) people who share a common language B) people who choose to ...

world history
Which characteristics describe ancient Sumerian civilization? Select all that apply. city-states ruled by kings**** job specialization monotheistic religion8**** social hierarchies***** use of terraced fields There should be 3 choices picked

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