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History
Which defines the Young Turk Revolution? a.the spread of the industrial revolution to the Ottoman Empire prior to WWI b.the overthrow of the Ottoman government in favor of communism c.the modernization of the Turkish society under Mustafa Kemal Ataturk d.the weakening of the ...

History
Which event killed 50 million–100 million people worldwide after World War I? a.flu pandemic b.malaria outbreak c.earthquake-triggered tsunamis d.the Bolshevik Revolution a?

History
How do Armenians view the events that brought about the deaths of over 1.5 million Armenians in 1915? A.The deaths were caused by accidental bombardments of civilian targets. B.The killings were committed by rogue generals who disobeyed orders. C.The deaths were mostly the ...

Math
x^?220?y^4 x^?2?y^?4 x^2?y^4 x^220?y^?4

Math
that's not one of my choices

Math
Simplify the expression: x^?11?x^5?(x/y)^4

History
Is this statement true or false? Europeans theorized that their economic superiority justified their claim to foreign resources for technological advancement. false??

History
How did the negative impact of European colonization outweigh the positive effects? a.The poor treatment of native cultures eclipsed the economic improvements brought by European colonization. b.The inclusion of indigenous peoples into a new national government could not ...

History
a?

History
What was the British Raj? a.the British government that controlled India until the end of World War II b.the stock company created by the British Crown to control trade in India c.the military force established by Great Britain in India to ward off other European countries d....

History
b?

History
Which option evaluates how imperialism influenced Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America? a.European powers took local resources from colonies and created a system of communism in Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. b.The spread of European religion and language ...

History
how did the Enlightenment influence the American and French Revolutions? a.Enlightenment philosophers published pamphlets in favor of monarchs’ divine right to rule, angering people into revolution. b.Ideas about natural rights philosophy caused people to question and ...

History
ok then c?

History
What role did Africans have in the Boer Wars? a.Boer territorial acquisition of British provinces brought Africans under Dutch rule. b.The Boers used Africans in their scorched earth policy to drive out British farmers. c.South Africans were used as laborers but were forbidden...

History
Which explains the decline of Japan’s isolationism? a.The elimination of isolationist policies in Japan was caused by the need to raise money through tariffs on imports. b,Limited natural resources on the islands of Japan led to the end of isolationism and allowed for the...

History
How did joint-stock companies lead to the development of one-crop economies in the colonies? a.Many joint-stock companies established a monopoly on one cash crop in order to become profitable. b.Many colonies sought to create one-crop economies because cultivating multiple ...

History
Which examines the impact of Napoleon’s territorial conquest on the world? a.Napoleon's conquest of Spain led to independence movements in Spain's colonial holdings in the Americas. b.The establishment of the Napoleonic code allowed for the codification of natural...

History
b?

History
How did Europeans justify controlling territory around the world? A.Europeans believed they needed international ports to transport goods. B.Europeans believed other territories wanted to be conquered. C.Europeans believed new territories were needed as manufacturing centers. ...

History
How did Napoleon’s conquest impact Europe? a.The French conquest of Austria led to a reduction of the Ottoman Empire. b.Napoleon’s invasion of Great Britain led France to gain international territories. c.Many Germanic territories were united for the first time in ...

History
okay then d?

History
How did Europeans use the idea of eugenics to justify colonization and imperialism? a.Europeans thought that their scientific superiority supported their claim to the world’s natural resources for the advancement of mankind. b.Europeans believed they were racially ...

History
Which identifies the impact that Napoleon had on history? A.Napoleon’s withdrawal of civil liberties led to laws that promoted minorities’ rights for citizens throughout Europe. B.Napoleon’s expanded empire led to the adoption of the French language in many ...

History
Which identifies the conflict that arose over rubber production in the Belgian Congo? A.The establishment of a company town by the Belgian Stock Company led to a riot by the unionized workers of the Congo. B.Demand for rubber and Belgian debts led to the forced labor and ...

History
Which identifies the conflict that arose over rubber production in the Belgian Congo? A.The establishment of a company town by the Belgian Stock Company led to a riot by the unionized workers of the Congo. B.Demand for rubber and Belgian debts led to the forced labor and ...

History
Which evaluates the economic dependence that occurred between imperial governments and their colonies? a.The collaborative relationship between colonies and imperial governments established an interdependence that stifled economic growth. b.The parasitic dependency of the ...

History
Question: How did the policies of the Napoleonic Empire change Europe? A. Napoleon’s expansion policies led to a desire for self-rule throughout Europe. B. Policies of the Napoleonic Empire elevated the education system throughout Europe, which led to local revolutions. C...

Fashion design
Determine if the statement is true or false. The tertiary colors are a mixture of three primary colors. True?

Fashion design
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Fashion design
B?

Fashion design
Read the sentence. When black and white are mixed together to add to a color, it is called _[blank]_. Which option correctly completes the sentence? a tint a tone a shade a hue C?

Fashion design
Determine if the statement is true or false. Primary colors are made by mixing secondary and tertiary colors together. False True True?

Fashion design
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Fashion design
Intensity is the degree of saturation of color. It is the measurement of a color’s brightness or dullness. Each color on the color wheel is at its maximum intensity, or saturation. A color can be made less intense by adding white, black, or gray to the color.

Fashion design
1. B?

Fashion design
Read the sentence. The saturation of a color is called its _[blank]_. Which option correctly completes the sentence? hue intensity shade value When white is added to a color to lighten it, what is the color now called? value intensity a tint a hue A,C?

Fashion design
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Fashion design
Read the sentence. When black and white are mixed together to add to a color, it is called _[blank]_. Which option correctly completes the sentence? a tone a tint a shade a hue C?

Fashion design
Which elements of design are seasonal? (Select all that apply.) trends logos fabrics colors C,D,A?

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D?

Fashion design
Which option is a trait a good merchandiser must have? patternmaking skills CAD skills sketching ability analytical ability B?

Math
This problem is going to reveal the first name of the offender. Simplify the expression: (6^4?6^9/6^3)3 If the simplified expression is 6^16 , the first name of the culprit is Mandy. If the simplified expression is 6^18 , the first name of the culprit is Lila. If the ...

Math
the expression is (64?69/63)3

Math
This problem is going to reveal the first name of the offender. Simplify the expression: (64?69/63)3 If the simplified expression is 6^16 , the first name of the culprit is Mandy. If the simplified expression is 6^18 , the first name of the culprit is Lila. If the simplified ...

Math
How are the power rules for quotients and products similar?

Math
How are the power rules for quotients and products similar?

Fashion design
Which option is a trait a good merchandiser must have? CAD skills analytical ability patternmaking skills sketching ability B?

Fashion design
Which option is a trait a good merchandiser must have? CAD skills analytical ability patternmaking skills sketching ability A?

Fashion design
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Fashion design
Why is understanding the customer vital to creating the right brand identity? The brand is determined by the customer’s identity. The brand must appeal to all customer types. The brand makes customers engage in forecasting. The brand must appeal to the target customer. D?

Math
I tried it but and it was wrong

Math
Evaluate the expression: 4?9+6?3 Evaluate the expression: 53?122+25 39 and -44

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 ...

character education
What is the proper balance between relaxation and productive work?

character education
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character education
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

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

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

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character education
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.

character education
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 ...

character education
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 ...

character education
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?

character education
B?

character education
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?

character education
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?

English
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English
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 ...

character education
How is charity an ethical principle?

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2. C?

character education
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 ...

character education
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 ...

character education
1. B 2. A 3. A

character education
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 ...

character education
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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character education
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; ...

character education
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character education
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 ...

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

character education
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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character education
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?

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

character education
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?

character education
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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character education
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 ...

character education
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; ...

character education
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character education
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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