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The electoral college determine who becomes president and vice president. each state is given two votes in the college, as well as extra seats based on the states population. what is the purpose of the distribution of seats? (1 answer)

1. to ensure that the best candidate is elected president

2. to ensure that the best president is supported by most citizens

3. to ensure the president equally represents small large states

4. to ensure that the president best represents the more populated states

2. Why do United States citizens have civic responsibilities? (1 answer)

1. In a republic, the president can order any citizen to help

2. In a democracy, every citizen must earn their civil rights

3. In a democracy, the country is run by all citizen working together.

4. In a republic, the government needs help to understand citizens' concerns

Which of the following traits make a person a good voter? (2 answers)

1. interested in news

2. is a member of a political party

3. owns property or a business

4. pays federal taxes

5. serves as a volunteer or in the armed forces

Why is it important that news organizations stay independent of the government or of any political party?

1. News organizations have a duty to represent the least privileged people in society

2. News organizations are private businesses and are best run by individuals or corporations

3. News organizations must be able to fairly moderate debates between candidates in election season

4. News organizations should be free to inform voters about both the good and bad decisions of the government

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  2. I think the answers are:
    1. 2

    2. 4

    3. 1, & 2

    4. 4

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  3. 1 and 2 are wrong

    The other two appear to be misnumbered.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. I think the answers are:
    1. is 1

    2. is 2

    3. is 1 and 2

    4 is 4

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  5. Can someone help? Please?

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  6. I only see questions numbered 1, 2, and 5.

    Your answers for 1 and 2 are still wrong. Please do not post those questions again. You're on your own now.

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    Ms. Sue
  7. ill put answers when I'm done peeps :)
    2 more left

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  8. (1: 2 answers) A & D

    2: C

    3: D

    4:B & D

    5: B

    6: A

    7: C

    8:D

    9:C

    10: A & D

    11: D

    I just got done with the test and ik this is old but I could find no answers so I halp :)

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  9. BOIIII for 10 its actually A and F :))

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  10. 1.B,E
    2.C
    3.D
    4.B,D
    5.B
    6.A
    7.C
    8.D
    9.C
    10.A,F
    11.D

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  11. Your welcome =D

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  12. Leave miss sue alone you just mad cause you and lazy

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  13. everyone is wrong...

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  14. wow thanks for the help Ms. sue "You're on your own now."

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  15. The United States belongs to which of the following international associations? Select the two correct answers.

    Incorrect answer A.
    Warsaw Pact

    Correct answer B. ***
    United Nations

    Incorrect answer C.
    League of Nations

    Incorrect answer D.
    British Commonwealth

    Correct answer E. ***
    North Atlantic Treaty Organization

    Which of the following traits make a person a good voter? Select all that apply.

    Correct answer A. ***
    interested in news

    Incorrect answer B.
    is a member of a political party

    Incorrect answer C.
    owns property or a business

    Incorrect answer D.
    pays federal taxes

    Incorrect answer E.
    serves as a volunteer or in the armed forces

    Correct answer F. ***
    understands government

    Why is it important that news organizations stay independent of the government or of any political party?

    Incorrect answer A.
    News organizations have a duty to represent the least privileged people in society.

    Incorrect answer B.
    News organizations are private businesses and are best run by individuals or corporations.

    Incorrect answer C.
    News organizations must be able to fairly moderate debates between candidates in election season.

    Correct answer D. ***
    News organizations should be free to inform voters about both the good and bad decisions of the government.

    Which activity is part of civic, rather than private, life?

    Incorrect answer A.
    enjoying a dog park

    Incorrect answer B.
    taking a college course

    Correct answer C. ***
    volunteering at a shelter

    Incorrect answer D.
    spending time with friends

    Which of the following is true of a parliamentary system of government but not of a presidential system?

    Incorrect answer A.
    The government is not regulated by a constitution.

    Incorrect answer B.
    The judicial branch is part of an unelected senate.

    Incorrect answer C.
    The legislative assembly is determined by a national election.

    Correct answer D. ***
    The head of the government is chosen by the legislative assembly.

    Which of the following were goals of the civil rights movement? Select the two correct answers.

    Incorrect answer A.
    establishing full voting rights for women

    Correct answer B. ***
    establishing full voting rights for African Americans

    Incorrect answer C.
    banning sexist business practices

    Correct answer D. ***
    banning racist business practices

    Incorrect answer E.
    increasing land ownership rights for women

    The United States Supreme Court case Miranda v. Arizona held that criminal confessions cannot be used in a court case unless the suspect was fully informed of his or her rights, in order to uphold the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution.

    Use the passage to answer the question.

    What was a long-term effect of this decision?

    Incorrect answer A.
    Police in Arizona were forced to release suspects upon arrest.

    Correct answer B. ***
    Police nationwide were trained to read suspects their rights upon arrest.

    Incorrect answer C.
    Police in Arizona relied more on evidence than on confessions.

    Incorrect answer D.
    Police nationwide relied more on evidence than on confessions.

    Use the graphic to answer the question.

    Which is the purpose of the agencies represented by the blank boxes?

    Correct answer A. ***
    applying laws and regulations

    Incorrect answer B.
    protecting the rights of citizens

    Incorrect answer C.
    managing state and municipal governments

    Incorrect answer D.
    prosecuting and judging criminal court cases

    Which government leader is most likely to change the policies of a public school?

    Incorrect answer A.
    major

    Incorrect answer B.
    president

    Correct answer C. ***
    state representative

    Incorrect answer D.
    Supreme Court justice

    The Electoral College determines the president and vice president. Each state is given two votes in the college, as well as extra seats based on the state’s population. What is the purpose of the distribution of seats

    Incorrect answer A.
    to ensure that the best candidate is elected president

    Incorrect answer B.
    to ensure that the president is supported by most citizens

    Incorrect answer C.
    to ensure the president equally represents small and large states

    Correct answer D. ***
    to ensure that the president best represents the more populated states

    Why do United States citizens have civic responsibilities?

    Incorrect answer A.
    In a republic, the president can order any citizen to help.

    Incorrect answer B.
    In a democracy, every citizen must earn their civil rights.

    Correct answer C. ***
    In a democracy, the country is run by all citizens working together.

    Incorrect answer D.
    In a republic, the government needs help to understand citizens’ concerns.

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  16. i agree with enjoy

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