# "Some lawyers don't lie," is an example of which kind of categorial proposition? a. Particular Negative b.Particular Affirmative i think its a but i'm not sure

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1. ## math

Choose 5 ordered pairs whose first component is the additive inverse of the second component. Plot these points and connect them. What kind of figure do you get? In what quadrants does the figure lie?

2. ## English

1. Despite parents and other parental figures going above and beyond to give their offspring all the required assets to achieve success. Many children fail. - After success, should there be a comma, semicolon, and colon. 2. Where should there be commas in

3. ## phsics

throughout a time interval, while the speed of a particle increases as it moves along the x-axis, its velocity and acceleration might be: a) positive and negative B) negative and negative c) negative and positive D) negative and zero E) positive and zero

4. ## Math halp plz

Order the set of numbers from least to greatest: negative 5 over 6, negative 5, negative square root 26, negative 31 over 6 I think it's negative 5 over 6, negative 31 over 6 negative 5, negative square root 26,

5. ## Algebra 2

Which describes the number and type of roots of the equation x^3 - 4x^2 + 50x + 7 = 0? a. 1 positive, 2 negative b. 2 positive, 1 negative c. 3 negative d. 3 positive I know I asked this before but I'm going over it and I don't understand it. I got help

6. ## Math

Use the distance formula to determine whether the points lie on the same line. (0,4),(7,-6),(-5,11). I know the distance formula, but I don't see how that will help me find out if they lie on the same line.

7. ## Math

Olive plots (4,−3π/2)on the polar plane. How does she proceed? Drag a phrase to each box to correctly complete the statements. Olive first determines which line the angle of rotation places the point on. This line tells Olive that the point must lie on

8. ## History

What important rights for defendants were established during the Warren Court? A. All defendants have the right to a government attorney. B. Defendants have the right to a fair, public, and speedy trial. C. Defendants have a right to be heard by a jury of

9. ## Math for Computer Science

Suppose the domain of the propositional function P(x,y) consists of pairs x and y, where x = 1, 2, or 3, and y = 1, 2, or 3. Write out the following proposition using disjunctions and conjunctions only: ∃xP(x,y) I don't even know where to start... (x ∧

10. ## algebra

Prove by mathematical induction that x^2n - y^2n has a factor of x+y. My answer is incomplete since i do not know what to do next. here it is: i.) for n=1 x^2(1) - y^2(1) = x^2 - y^2 = (x+y)(x-y) ii.) Assume that the proposition is true for all n=k, that

11. ## Math

For a school project, sue interviewed a total of 100 persons who were either lawyers or salesmen. She asked them if they were happy or unhappy with their occupation. Of the 62 lawyers interviewed, 15 were unhappy, however, only 7 of the salesmen were

12. ## Math- Probability

A committee of five people is to be formed from six lawyers and seven teachers. Find the probability that none are lawyers.

13. ## English

1. I don't like some books. 2. I don't like some of the books. 3. I don't eat some food. 4. I don't eat some of the food. 5. I don't buy some items. 6. I don't buy some of the items. 7. I don't know some boys. 8. I don't know some of them.

14. ## Language arts 2 question!??

Hey... one question from the story "Thank You, Ma'am."???: 2. In "Thank You, Ma'am," repeating certain words and phrases helps the author (1 point) complete the evidence review unknown skills establish the story's tone become a better writer Here's the

15. ## math

The average, that is, the arithmetic mean, age of a group of doctors and lawyers is 40. If the average age of the doctors is 35 and the average age of the lawyers is 50, then what is the ratio of the number of doctors to the number of lawyers?

16. ## English

I told the child__down for nap, when he fall asleep, o __down for nap of my own. lay.lay lie.lay lie,lie lay.lie what is best option.

17. ## science( chem)

Calculate the molar solubility of Mg(OH)2 in water I know Mg(OH)2=> Mg2+ + 2OH- 2H2O=> H3O+ + OH- Ksp= [Mg2+][OH]2 Kw= [H30+][OH-] Mass balance [Mg2+]=2[OH] So.. [OH-]=2[Mg2+]+ [H3O+] Charge balance is where I get kind of confused I know that the positive

18. ## Science

Please help?!? In figure 20-1, where is the field of each charge the strongest? The picture shows A. A postive charge with arrows facing out and B. A negative charge with the arrows pointing in. This is a short answer question, but I don't understand what

19. ## economics

can someone give me an example of an industry that has positive and negative externality affected on the economy Lawyers. Pharmacecutial companies. Fast Food Industries (consider the long term health car costs of eating that stuff) Tobacco Gambling in

20. ## English

1. How kind he is! 2. How kind he isn't! 3. What a nice boy he is! 4. What a nice boy he isn't! (#1 is correct. However, what about #2, the negative form? Can we use this way? And #3 and #4 as well?)

21. ## World History

Using arificial means of bringing water to crops is called _______. A. adulation B. synagogue C. initiation D. inflation I know it's not A and I don't think it's C so I'm kind of leaning toward D, but I don't know for sure.

22. ## critical thinking.

"Some lawyers don't lie," is an example of which kind of categorial proposition? a. Particular Negative b.Particular Affirmative i think its a but i'm not sure

23. ## phi 103

Don’t you dare vote for universalized healthcare. (Points : 1) Proposition Non-proposition

should a non-profit organization pay lawyers the same as a large law firm? just because both workers are lawyers are they entitled to equal pay like other lawyers i their industry?

25. ## Math

A law firm has ten male and ten female lawyers. A committee of five- two male lawyers and three female lawyers, is to be chosen to represent the firm at a conference. How many committees are possible? How do I solve this?

26. ## English

I need a opening line which will grab my reader's attention right away. Here are some examples: *"I was on fire" *"Everybody lies. cops lie. laywers lie. witnesses lie. victims lie." I can't think of anything. Any suggestions?

27. ## Essay on Marriage and Living Together

I need an essay about this subject, it has to include: - Opening paragraph - paragraphs 2,3 present two syrong supporting reasons for the proposition's adoption - paragraph 4 presents one argument of opposition, which you disprove - paragraph 5 presents

28. ## persuasive

For my persuasive speech on abortion, I am having trouble deciding a topic using fact, value, OR policy proposition. I understand what all three of those are, but I don't know what would be the most suitable for my topic (Pro-life, against abortion) I need

29. ## Mathematic

Olive plots (4,−3π/2)on the polar plane. How does she proceed? Drag a phrase to each box to correctly complete the statements. Olive first determines which line the angle of rotation places the point on. This line tells Olive that the point must lie on

30. ## Stats

The Corporate Lawyer, a magazine for corporate lawyers, would like to report the mean amount earned by lawyers in their area of specialization. How large a sample is required if the 99 percent level of confidence is used and the estimate is to be within

31. ## CRT 205

is the following argument valid, sound or stong and what is the reason/rationale: Too many seniors, disabled veterans, and families with children are paying far too much of their incomes for housing. Proposition 168 will help clear the way for affordable

32. ## English

I need to check my work on diagramming this question. How many players are on a team? I think it should be as follows: How (adverb) many (adjective) players (direct object) are (past tense verb) on (proposition) a (definite article) team (subject of

33. ## dividing monomials

i don't know what to do when their is a smaller number on top Give an example and tell us what you don't understand. (-c)2d7/c2d6 d i just don't get it do u have some examples? What is X squred minus 5X plus 4 divided by X minus 1 (4^t)(8t^5) (-z)6/(-z)3

34. ## English

16. I told the child to _____ down for a nap. When he finally fell asleep I ___ down for a nap of my own. Which of the following options correctly completes the sentence above. A. lay,lay B. lay,lie C. lie, lie D. lie, lay i think a

35. ## English.

i told the child to.....down for a nap. when he finally fell asleep I....down for a nap of my own. Which of the following options correctly completes the sentence above. A.lay,lay B.lay,lie C.lie, lie D.lie, lay My answer is D.

36. ## inequality

(x-4)/(2x+4) is greater than or equal to 1. How do i express solutions to inequalities in interval notation without using the calculator? please help. (x-4)/(2x+4) >=1 multiplying by 2x+4 1) when (2x+4) is +, x-4>=2x+4 or x-2x>=8 -x>=8 x=-8 So the question

37. ## social studies

prepare a defence for the proposition that the Divine Right of Kings is necessary to good government. i don't get it. what does this mean? and i don't even understand the Divine Right of Kings, it was written in old english. please help me. and it also

38. ## English

1. Live a harmonious life with others. 2. Live harmoniously with others. 3. Get along with others. 4. Don't stay with negative people for a long time. 5. Don't spend time with negative people too often. 6. Don't argue with your friends frequently. (There

39. ## Pre-Calc

I know about Descartes Rule but I don't really get how to figure this out-Please check my answers- I don't get this one find number of possible positive and negative real roots of f(x) = x^4-x^3+2x^2 + x-5 I think there are 3 sign changes so there are 3

40. ## English

What's your personality? What are you like? 1. I'm kind of introverted. 2. I'm kind of introvert. 3. I'm kind of introvertish. 4. I'm kind of extroverted. 5. I'm kind of extrovert. ----------------- Are the answers all grammatical? Which ones are commonly

41. ## tats

No(Did not lie) Yes(lied) positive test result 15(false positive) 42(true positive) negative test result 32(true negative) 9 (false negative) Refer to table and assume that one of the 98 test subjects is randomly selected. Find the probability of selecting

42. ## English

The third man was the old man. He defeated the king with his lie. What lie did he tell the king? 1. His lie was as follows: You promised me a bag of gold. 2. His lie was this: You promised me a bag of gold. 3. His lie was that the king had promised him a

43. ## english

How do I know when to use lay or lie? Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Many people use them interchangeably and perhaps some day that will be the norm. As far as English grammar books are concerned: Lay means "to place something down."

44. ## law-major help?

Hi, my friend and I both want to be lawyers. we finally talked after a long time of not seeing each other and we got on the topic of college. and majors. etc. i asked her what do u want to major in? she goes "history.. for LAw" i'm like you want to major

45. ## English

What was the second man's lie? 1. His lie was as follows. I have a talking dog. 2. His lie was: I have a talking dog. 3. His lie was that I have a talking dog. 4. I have a talking dog was his lie. 5. His lie was I have a talking dog. 6. His lie was " I

46. ## English

1. He could have given me some advice. (Does this sentence mean that he didn't give me some advice?) 2. He cold have told a lie. (Does this sentence mean that he didn't told a lie? Or does #2 mean #3?) 3. He may have told a lie. • English - Writeacher,

47. ## Physics

A proton, moving in negative y-direction in a magnetic field , experiences a force of magnitude F, acting in the negative x direction. a) What is the direction of the magnetic field producing force? b) Does your answer change if the word proton is replaced

48. ## discrete math

Prove by contradiction that for any even integer a and any odd integer b, 4 does not divide (a^2 + 2b^2). Proposition: That 4k (k is any integer) = a^2 +2b^2, and a is even, and b is odd. But 4k is even (product of any integer and 4), so a^2 must be even,

49. ## Calculus

In a study conducted by a certain country's Economic Development Board, it was found that the Lorentz curve for the distribution of income of college teachers was described by the function f(x) = 13/14x^2 + 1\14x and that of lawyers by the function g(x) =

50. ## Calculus

In a study conducted by a certain country's Economic Development Board, it was found that the Lorentz curve for the distribution of income of college teachers was described by the function f(x) = 13/14x^2 + 1/14x and that of lawyers by the function g(x) =

51. ## Statistics

What is the critical value in this question? Assume that we randomly sample 200 residents of Indiana and ask them if they favor having the government issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. 104 say that the do; 96 don’t. Test at the 5% level whether

52. ## Physics (Don't understand the picture!)

Alright, so I don't get what this question is asking me about electrical charges. It has a little circle/atom and then a billion arrows surrounding it and pointing to it, kind of like an asterisk *, and then the question is: "What is the charge on the

53. ## algebra 2

I don't know how to do this. Which describes the number and type of roots of the equation x^3 - 4x^2 + 50x + 7 = 0? a. 1 positive, 2 negative b. 2 positive, 1 negative c. 3 negative d. 3 positive.

54. ## Math repost

1)Without graphing, describe the end behavior of the graph of f(x)= -5x^2-3x+1 as x starts from a negative value and increases the equation -5x^2-3x+1 curves up and peaks and comes down and passes the y-intercept at (0,1) to negative infinity. I don't know

55. ## SOCIAL STUDIES HELP

Which of the following best describes how the Supreme Court hears a case? a. Lawyers argue their case in front of the justices and then the justices vote on which side they think is correct. b. Lawyers have thirty minutes to vote on which side of the case

56. ## Math

Help! I really hate these kind of questions because this is my weak point. (Don't ask why. I just don't understand these kind of questions that easily) Find 19/25 of \$25,000. A: \$2,500 B: \$15,000 C: \$19,000 D: \$1,900 I think it's either C or B. Those are

57. ## Math

Hi im lost on my last question. k^-3 = 1/256 this is negative exponets "^-3" that is a negative exponent, I need to know the value of k? a)-64 b)-4 c)4 d)64 I was thinking 64, eh I don't understand this one. Thanks!

58. ## Algebra 2

Absolute Value Equations Will someone please check to see if I am doing this correct? 1.|7x+2|=10 x= (8/7) or (-12/7) 2.|3x-5|=-1 I got "no solution" because "d" cannot be negative. 3.|x^2-2x-16|=8 x= 6,-4 or x=4,-2 4.|3x-2|=7 x= 3 or (-5/3)

How do I simply 4^-1x^0/y^-1 possible answers: 1/4y 4y y/4 4 I really don't get these- but I think it might be y/4 because you take the negative to the top and the negative to the bottom, right?

60. ## ALGEBRA 3

if f{x}= negative x square - 7x - 22, what is f{negative 5}? a.negative 82 B.NEGATIVE 32 C. 12 D. NEGATIVE 12 Your problem: f(x) = -x^2 - 7x - 22 To find f(-5), substitute -5 for x. Watch your signs. I hope this helps.

61. ## Pre-Calc/Trig

Please check the first and help with the second-thank you Find all possible rational roots of f(x) = 2x^4 - 5x^3 + 8x^2 + 4x+7 1.I took the constant which is 7 and the leading coefficient which is 2 and factored them 7 factored would be 7,2 2 factored

62. ## English

Crucible (Again). The sites did not help. I had done a search already. Thanks anyway for the suggestion. Would you be able to give me input on the below Intro, and also help me next with a topic sentence. "The pure in heart need no lawyers(Crucible, Arthur

What 5 types of changes would take place in Canadian citizens if Canada were to become self-sufficient. (our teacher said they can be positive and others negative, but personally I don't think it would be negative? please help!!

64. ## Math

Another equivalent equation. -8w + 18 > -22 So, I subtract 18 from each side. make -8w + 18-18 > -22-18 -8W >-40 than w > 5? I don't leave either of the negatives right because negative divided by a negative is positive right?

65. ## Trig

I'm trying to find out which quadrant some trigonometric functions lie in. The problem is one of them is equal to zero, and zero is neither positive or negative. How do I determine which quadrant it belongs in then???

66. ## Physics

Two particles, one with negative charge -Q and the other with positive charge +2Q, are separated by a distance d. Both charges lie on the x-acis with the negative charge at x=0. At what point(s) along the line joining the particles is the potential equal

67. ## math

on the assumption that IQ's are normally distribited in the population with a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 20 findbthe proportion of peoples IQ's. what is the probability that a score picked at random will lie above score of 135, lie below score

68. ## English

Using mime, as in the example, let's play the "Guessing the TV Program" game. Look at the model dialogue. You can answer either 'Yes, I do.' or 'No, I don't' to the tag question 'You like music program, don't you?' Now, let's do the group activity. First,

69. ## English

1. John has a book, doesn't he? 2. John has a book, hasn't he? --------------------- Is #2 used in British English? =============================== 3. I think he is serious, isn't he? 4. I know he is kind, isn't he? 5. I believe she isn't diligent, is she?

70. ## English

Which word goes in the blank. The patient must lie/lay perfectly still during the X-ray. Is it lie since there is no object?

71. ## english

which one is right?? When watching a film with my wife, she sometimes will lie her head down on my leg. lie or lay tnxx

72. ## algebra

(x,y,z)∈R3 are points that lie on the plane x+2y+3z=78, and lie on the sphere x^2+y^2+z^2=468. The maximum value of x has the form a/b, where a and b are coprime positive integers. What is the value of a+b?

73. ## Photography/Art IDEA

I need help with a photography project ideas: about reality and lies in photographs! I need to take one photo that tells a truth and one that tells a lie, but the lie is deceiving and should be hard to tell if it is a lie or not. The truth can be something

74. ## maths

eight points lie on the circumference of a circle. one of them is labelled P. chords join some or all of the pairs of these points so that the seven points other than P lie on different numbers of chords. what is the minimum number of chords on which P

75. ## math help

I need help factoring this out 6a^2-5a+1 okay so now after revising (3a-1)(2a ) the last part i don't know how to actually get -5 and 1 Factoring is not my strong suit. However, by the term "+1", you know that both of the signs in your parenthesis are

76. ## science

How is homeostasis maintained in the digestive system? Homeostasis is maintained by negative feedback - For example.....a thermostat controlling temperature. When the temp goes down, the thermostat senses it and turns on the heat. When it gets to hot,

77. ## math

Choose 5 ordered pairs whose first component is the opposite of the second component. Plot these points and connect them. What kind of figure do you get? In what quadrants does the figure lie? Please help me - thanks!

78. ## math

Choose 5 ordered pairs whose first component is the opposite of the second component. Plot these points and connect them. What kind of figure do you get? In what quadrants does the figure lie?

79. ## algebra

Plug in (-1) for x. It will look like this: f(-1) = 4 *(-1) - 3 four times negative 1 equals negative 4, so... f(-1) = -4 - 3. negative four minus three is easiest to figure out with a number line...it equals negative seven. So: f(-1) = -7. And you're

80. ## Science one question dont understand plz help ASAP

What will my instruments need to do? (You don’t have to have special names. If you know what kind of data you want to collect, you’ll know what the instruments need to do. Don’t forget that you may need to store samples or other information and find

81. ## English

Using mime, as in the example, let's play the "Guessing the TV Program" game. Look at the model dialogue. You can answer either 'Yes, I do' or 'No, I don't' to the tag question 'You like music programs, don't you?' Now, let's do the group activity. First,

82. ## English

1. What lie did Man 1 tell the king? 2. Which lie did the first man tell the king? 3. What was the first man's lie for the king? 4. What was the first man's lie to the king? 5. Will you tell me the first man's lie? --------------------------- They are

83. ## English

1. He cannot have told a lie. 2. It is impossible that he told a lie. (#1 mean #2. Right?) 3. He could not have told a lie. (What about #3? What is the difference between #1 and #3? What is the meaning of #3?)

84. ## biology

i don't know what to write for my introduction for a work about the human lie cycle, please hep me

85. ## Math

Could someone please explain to me how you get answers when you add a negative number to a negative number or a positive number to a positive number or a negative and positive number added together, because my teacher tried explaining it to me, but I'm

86. ## Government

I am supposed to come up with a bill for an interest group of our choosing. I chose the American Bar Association. The bill i want to propose is " to give lawyers and law students with disabilities an equal chance at being chosen as a lawyer to be able to

87. ## Chemistry

How can I suggest a reason for the deviation for the pH of 4 M HCl? As my answer I put, The pH of 4 M HCl is negative because a molarity of an acid solution greater than 1 produces a negative pH. A negative pH means that the concentration of H+ or H3O+

88. ## Math

Without graphing, describe the end behavior of the graph of f(x)= -5x^2-3x+1 as x starts from a negative value and increases the equation -5x^2-3x+1 curves up and peaks and comes down and passes the y-intercept at (0,1) to negative infinity. I don't know

89. ## Life

Okay, so this isn't homework help or anything but can someone help me find some websites like this one but where i can get advice on different things like...well i have this guy problem and i really don't know what to do and i was just wondering if there

90. ## MATH

WHAT IS THE TENTH DIDGIT IN THE QUOTIENT 120 / 11? A. 0 B. 1 C. 8 D.9 I CHOOSE 9 THATS WHAT I GOT IN LONG DIVISION. THE TEMPERATURE ON mARS REACHES 27DEGREE CELSIUIS DURING THE DAY AND -125 DEGREE CELSIUS AT NIGHT. WHAT IS THE AVERGE TEMPERATURE? NOT SURE

91. ## physics

In the graph above, what is the correct discription of any location to the left of zero ? a.negative displacement b.negative distance c.negative position d. negative change of description

92. ## English

The following sentence indicates what kind of bias: The best art can cut through our tendency to experience life with complacency and prejudgment? a)There is no bias. b)a positive bias c)a partly positive and partly negative bias d)a negative bias

93. ## Math

Graph the solution: 3x-y-7=0 This is my thought process in this: The first equation I can solve for y since we don't have to worry what x is. And I get y>3x-7. The second one, however, y is being multiplied by 5, so I can't just divide by 5 on both sides

94. ## english

Hey, can naybody please look wheter I wirte it all right? Thanks :) Negative Concord - Means that there must be more then one negative word in a sentences - Can be find in some languages like French, Spanish or Russian -> French: Je na vais nulle part.

95. ## MATH

Which value for slope represents the steepest line? Explain. Negative twelve-fifths or negative three or negative two-thirds or negative one

96. ## English

You corrected this sentence: Don't talk about me as ancient: Don't talk about me as if I'm ancient. Can you explain me the difference between "ancient" and "old"? Ancient, I believe, is no longer used or does it have a negative connotation? If you want to

97. ## high school economics - elasticity

What can you conclude about elasticity of demand for rail service: Rail service has always been a losing proposition in Canada. Regardless of how much we raise our prices, we will never earn enough revenue to earn a profit. This is confusing because I

98. ## Hi (I know I asked the same thing)

Which is a true statement? 6.52 < 6.5 -2.8 > -3.5 -11.1 > -10.7 -7.75 < -8.45 Okay, So I'm stuck. I'm thinking its D? The negatives are really confusing me, I forgot to add the negative sign to the answers last time. Do I look at it like it does not have

99. ## To Bobpursley

Ok I finally understand your work and it makes sense to me but I guess it's wrong and I don't see were I followed your work and got the same answer as you positive one... the only thing is I put the problem into my calculator and get negative one and the