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History
How did the French and Indian War contribute to new taxation policies in the American colonies? A).The British government attempted to force the American colonies to pay for the Seven Years’ War through taxation. B.)The French government imposed higher taxes on the ...

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What is the proper balance between relaxation and productive work?

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what is the difference between important and urgent?

Civics
Which of the following rights would be most likely to be protected by the Ninth Amendment? Right to a public trial Protection from seizure of property Right to be protected from government interference Right to limit harmful actions by other people

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How can you exhibit the values of generosity and gratitude in your life?

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What types of emotion cloud our thinking process? Are there emotions that clarify thought?

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What is the difference between knowing something is right and doing something right? Is this an ok answer? The difference between the two is a matter of one being a thought process (knowing), rather than an action performed (doing). One may know something, but one may not act.

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Knowing vs. Doing Consider one particularly striking instance. Some years ago, the New York Times ran a story about an author who had his manuscript, Telling Right From Wrong, accepted by a major publishing house. The publisher considered it a “brilliant” treatment ...

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How can you establish lifelong habits of moral action? only your parents can establish life-long habits in you spend two weeks focusing on each habit you wish to establish before starting another one think a lot about each habit you wish to establish and your mind will ...

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What is the difference between a value and an attitude? a value is the worth of a principle to you; attitude is how you feel it currently fits your life a value is temporary; attitudes are permanent a value is objective; attitudes are subjective A?

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Which type of response is most likely to be in line with your moral judgment? no action taken a reflex action an action taken after reflection A?

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B?

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What is the categorical imperative? philsophical lingo that means you cannot do something an ethical rule that says that your decisions should be good enough to serve as a basis for everyone's decisions a motto that everyone should do good A?

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What tone does Henry Gilbert create in lines 8-11 of the excerpt of King Arthur’s Knights? horror and alarm excitement and anticipation peace and joy resignation and defeat C? Text Then, when the queen came unto King Arthur, there was great feasting and joustings and ...

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How is charity an ethical principle?

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Why should you consider your society's hierarchy of values when ranking your own? conformity should always be a high value society is always right about their values the cost of violating a societal value often outweighs its benefits C? Who acts according to his or her ...

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What is the difference between proactive and reactive? proactive acts upon what is important; reactive acts only on what is urgent proactive does only what is convenient, reactive does what is urgent proactive changes one's circumstances; reactive adapts to one's ...

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What conditions foster inner peace? when one does not care about morality when one's identity is in harmony with one's highest ideals when there is no conflict with others C? Liberties that are misused are called __________ . abuse virtues violations B? Acting ...

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How do you develop a moral code? Think through each situation according to its circumstances. Insist upon what you want, regardless of consequences. Modify what parents and others give you based on your inner sense of right and wrong. C?

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How does self-knowledge help one live a moral life? knowing the normal reactions helps decide what is best knowing his or her precise moments of decision alerts a person to the most important time to consider his or her moral code self is the most important person to satisfy; ...

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What is the difference between liberty and license? Liberty and license are the same thing. Liberty recognizes consequences of actions; license does not. Liberty has restrictions; license does not. B? Good judgment results from ________________________ . acting according to a ...

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What is the difference between guilt and shame? They are the same. Guilt is a disappointment in oneself; shame is another's disappointment in you. Guilt is a formal proof of wrongdoing; shame is the punishment give C? How can you expand your freedom from restrictions? ...

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What is the difference between education and manipulation? Education trains the mind; manipulation trains the body. Education aims to increase the freedom and power of the student; manipulation seeks to take away both freedom and power. The two are essentially the same. B? ...

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The purpose of prisons in a free society is to ____________________ . teach moral principles restrain those who cannot restrain themselves warehouse nonconformists B?

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What is the categorical imperative? philsophical lingo that means you cannot do something an ethical rule that says that your decisions should be good enough to serve as a basis for everyone's decisions a motto that everyone should do good C?

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Which of the following is NOT a definition of ethics? rules restricting a person's freedom a set of rules governing behavior a rationale for value judgments A?

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Which of the following does NOT describe where morality comes from? an inner sense of right and wrong culture and tradition philosophers' debates C?

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Which of the following is NOT a form of sanctions? punishment for bad behavior a live-and-let-live attitude reward for good behavior C?

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Which of the following is NOT a form of sanctions? punishment for bad behavior a live-and-let-live attitude reward for good behavior A? What is the golden rule? the observation that he who has the gold rules an ethical rule found in most cultures that what you do unto others ...

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Which of the following school issues is a moral issue? plagiarism or cheating on exams not doing required work the certification of teachers A? Why are laws created? to sanction desired behavior to define the highest standard of morality expected by a society to educate the ...

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How does self-knowledge help one live a moral life? knowing the normal reactions helps decide what is best knowing his or her precise moments of decision alerts a person to the most important time to consider his or her moral code self is the most important person to satisfy; ...

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What is the psychochemical basis for drug addiction? the body develops a dependence on the drug in order to feel well the drug stimulates the breakdown of endorphins the drug replaces normal neurotransmitters A? Which of the following is NOT a good way to control an obsession...

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What effect do endorphins have on one's brain? they discourage effort they give a feeling of well-being they become addictive B?

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Which of the following is an example of obsessive-compulsive behavior? exercising twenty minutes each morning habitual overeating marrying a "trophy" wife A? Which of the following must be controlled in order to control your actions? your circumstances the behavior ...

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What is an obsession? loss of control due to a focus on less significant circumstances enjoyment of something unusual dependence on a physical substance A? What is a compulsion? an addictive substance a behavior that is given undeserved urgency loss of control due to a desire ...

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Which of the following is an example of obsessive-compulsive behavior? exercising twenty minutes each morning habitual overeating marrying a "trophy" wife A? Which of the following must be controlled in order to control your actions? your circumstances the behavior ...

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Which of the following is NOT a good way to control an obsession? indulge yourself in the obsession until it passes have a mental escape when the obsessive thought arises recognize and avoid the triggers for the obsession A? What is the psychochemical basis for drug addiction...

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Which of the following is NOT a good way to control an obsession? indulge yourself in the obsession until it passes have a mental escape when the obsessive thought arises recognize and avoid the triggers for the obsession A? What is the psychochemical basis for drug addiction...

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____________ is necessary to develop positive social relationships. Charm Respect Talent B? Question 18 (true/false) An individual's identity is rarely influenced by his or her peers and friends. True False False? Question 19 (multiple choice) Which of the following must ...

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What is the difference between equitable and fair? equitable means each person gets something; fair means that each person gets what they deserve equitable means that everyone is happy; fair means that everyone is angry equitaqble means that everyone gets an equal share; fair ...

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Which of the following characterizes an equitable solution to conflict? one side gets everything he or she wants nobody gets what he or she wants each person gets something; nobody gets everything C?

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What is the difference between conflict and contention? conflict involves disagreement; contention involves anger conflicts can be avoided; contention cannot they are the same thing A?

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what about question 1

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1. A? 2. C? because I already tried and it said it was wrong

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What is the difference between conflict and contention? conflict involves disagreement; contention involves anger conflicts can be avoided; contention cannot they are the same thing B? With which of the following are you most likely to have conflicts? strangers those whom you ...

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I already tried c it was wrong

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Which of the following is necessary before communication can be successful? A. common culture B. common experience C. common language B?

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Which of the following is the most basic tool in successfully working with others? technology organization language C? Which of the following invites further contention? submission equity reason C?

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Which language is most commonly used in business and science? French Hebrew English C? Which of the following is MOST likely to be understood by all cultures? images gestures language A?

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Which of the following is the most basic tool in successfully working with others? technology language organization B? Which of the following is the most basic method of communication? language mathematics imagery C?

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Which of the following is the most basic attitude in successfully working with others? dictatorial authoritarian cooperative C? Which of the following is NOT a necessary component of language? grammar and syntax slang vocabulary B?

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Which of the following is the BEST reason to learn a second language? to better understand your own language to communicate with those who speak that language to fill a requirement for college entrance B?

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A single-minded person is one who ____________________________ . is convinced of the worthiness of his or her goals cannot see others' viewpoints cannot multi-task B?

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Why is self-control necessary to complete an online course? learning is a solitary process no other person is interested in your success an online course is mostly self-directed C? ow is equanimity related to self-confidence? self-confidence and equanimity are different words ...

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Why is the process of attaining goals a social event? few worthwhile goals can be attained without the cooperation of many people without sociality, attaining a goal is not rewarding attaining a goal is a surprise, worthy of celebration by all B

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Normally, people are attracted to a person with ____________________ . an attitude of inferiority an attitude of superiority self-confidence B

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Which of the following is the common pathway that behavior is formed? attitude affects nature; nature affects values; values affect behavior nature affects values; values affect attitude; attitude affects behavior values affect nature; nature affects behavior B

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Which of the following is NOT worthy of respect? lawlessness people in positions of authority yourself A?

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if you had the choose one of the answers to questions 1 and 4. Which answers would make the most sense?

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Which of the following is common to all goal achievement? opposition or adversity honors and recognition compromise or abandonment B? How could you appropriately overcome technology problems when completing an online course? by demanding that the course be sent to you on a CD ...

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Which of the following is a dangerous strategy when faced with adversity? taking shortcuts, such as lying or cheating, to get around the adversity turning the adversity into a stepping-stone persevering until the adversity is managed A?

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As a general rule, if the adversity experienced in obtaining a goal is great, then _____________________. the goal should be abandoned the goal is worth more the goal is not a worthy one B? Which of the following is an additional benefit of overcoming obstacles? You become ...

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1. Long-range goals are best accomplished by __________ . luck writing down and working for intermediate goals never varying from your daily routine 2. A daily routine is only helpful if it __________________ . helps you achieve long-range goals never varies includes a lot of ...

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Long-range goals are best accomplished by __________ . luck writing down and working for intermediate goals never varying from your daily routine A daily routine is only helpful if it __________________ . helps you achieve long-range goals never varies includes a lot of fun ...

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Cheating on an exam is ___________________ . an admission of failure necessary to pass the course a shortcut to success A?

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pride in your work requires _____________________________ . a commitment to what you do that everything goes well recognition for what you do A?

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uality assurance differs from quality control in that ____________________________________ . quality assurance deals with the process, rather than the output quality assurance is not as effective as quality control quality assurance is just a promise of good output; quality ...

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A standard is designed to _______________________ . ensure that no one will fail encourage excellence describe the minimum acceptable output C?

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Cheating on an exam destroys its value to you as a ________________________ . component of your grade requirement for privileges measurement of your progress C? Meeting standards means your work is ________________ . substandard extraordinary acceptable C?

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