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1. ## Accounting

Which of the following is a reconciling item on the bank side of a bank reconciliation? a. both "outstanding checks" and "NSF checks" b. canceled checks c. outstanding checks d. NSF checks

2. ## History

Which of the following statements best describes the purpose of the checks and balances system A) The checks and balances system was designed to make sure that each branch of government knew everything about the other two branches were doing at all times.

3. ## Statistics

A retail shop accepts only cash or checks. Suppose that 54% of its customers carry cash, 51% carry checks, and 71% carry cash or checks (or both). What is the probability that a randomly chosen customer at the shop is carrying both cash and checks?

4. ## Science

Which factor impacts the possible number of ways in which different atoms can be put together? An atoms inability to share neutrons and protons. The ability of atoms to combine in unlimited ways. An atoms inability to react with all elements the same way.

5. ## Physics

A driver of a car going 90 km/h suddenly sees the lights of a barrier 40.0 m ahead. It takes the driver 0.75 s to apply the brakes, and the average acceleration during braking is -10 m/s2. (a) Compute for the total displacement of the car to determine

6. ## cultural diversity

Which is NOT a strategy that can be implemented by a teacher to understand a family’s goals for his or her child’s linguistic development? A. The teacher can create a parent survey. B. The teacher can assume each family has the same goal for their

7. ## Finance

Modos Company has deposited \$2000 in checks received from customers. It has written \$1400 in checks to its suppliers. The initial balance was \$400. If \$1600. of its own checks have cleared, calculate its float

8. ## social

based on the results of the studies,what should an elementary school teacher do to ensure that a child with an unusual name develops normal intellectual ability? 1)make a special effort to ignore the child. 2) try to give the child a more acceptable"

9. ## computer science

a bank charges \$10 per month plus the following check fees for a commercial checking account: \$.10 each for fewer than 20 checks \$.08 each for 20-39 checks \$.06 each for 40-59 checks &.04 each for 60 or more checks write a program that asks for the number

10. ## Physics

Two children are playing on two trampolines. The first child can bounce 1.6 times higher than the second child. The initial speed up of the second child is 5.2 m/s. (a) Find the maximum height the second child reaches. (b) What is the initial speed of the

11. ## math

For her vacation Mrs. Andrews bought \$300 worth of traveler's checks in \$10 and \$20 denominations. If she has 22 travelers checks in all, how many of each denomination does she have? Let x represent the number of \$10 traveler's checks she has. Which

12. ## Supportive Learning Environment

Schedules should contain both child-initiated and teacher-directed activities. Which of the following is most likely to be a child-initiated activity? A. A small group of children listening to a story read by the teacher before they eat lunch B. A child

13. ## Childhood education

What can a teacher do to reinforce the primary relationship between the parent and the child and to communicate that the teacher does not desire to take the parent's place in the child's life

14. ## Child Care

1. The interaction between a child's biological makeup and the environmental influences that affect his or her development and behavior is called the a) balanced systems approach b) ecological systems theory c) body in the classroom analysis d) me/them

15. ## spanish/art

i need help finding a picture/work of art that demonstrates the hispanic culture. i would like one that demonstrates the daily life of people, not something related to war.

16. ## Health of young children

A teacher is in a prime position to observe children because A.the teacher sees children in relation to other children of the same age. B. the teacher sees each child for fewer hours than the parent and can, therefore be objective. C.he or she is often

17. ## special topics in guidance

When a child knows he is an individual and can influence events (like pointing to his father and exclaiming "Daddy!"), the child demonstrates A. self-concept. B. self-awareness. C. self-control. D. self-esteem. my answer is B.

18. ## apush

the failure of the new united nations to sustain a spirit of cooperation among the great powers was first demonstrated by: a. its inability to defend the jewish state of isreal that it had created b. its inability to control atomic energy and prevent the

19. ## Helping Abused children

Please help 4. As a teacher aide, if you report an incident of child abuse, A. you must be able to prove your allegations to the authorities. B. you’ll most likely be asked to testify in court. C. you should keep all information related to the case

20. ## early childhood education

which of the fllowing is most likely to be a result of a school age child left unattended at home a)obesity b)lost of friendship c)psychological harm d)inability to complete homework assignments my answers is a

21. ## Cultural Diversity

I need help with this question: It is culturally assaultive when: 1. parents try to discuss their cultural beliefs with the teacher. 2. a teacher tells a child his behavior is unacceptable. 3. a teacher does not accept a family's cultural differences. 4. a

22. ## Accounting1

Consider the following scenarios: (Please respond to each scenario) When we talk about "bad checks," are those always checks our customers have written to us? Explain. Would the company also write any bad checks and what are the repercussions for the same?

23. ## ece

On the Child Development Checklist, you've checked the item "Spends time watching others at play" for a preschool child in your group. Which of the following is the most likely reason for the child's behavior? A. The child needs the teacher's help to get

24. ## teacher aide

1 As a teacher aide, if you report an incident of child abuse A you must be able to prove you allegations to authorities B you'll most likely be asked to testify in court C you should keep all information related to the case confidential D you're required

25. ## physics

A basketball player can leap upward 0.69 m. What is his initial velocity at the start of the leap?

26. ## Physics

Suppose you wish to make a vertical leap with the goal of getting your head as high as possible above the ground. At the top of your leap, your arms should be... a. held at your sides. b. raised above your head. c. outstretched, away from your body.

27. ## microeconomics

Strictly speaking, perfect competition has never existed and probably never will. Then why study it? Discuss the major barriers to entering into an industry. Explain how each barrier can foster either monolopy or oligopoly. which barrier, if any, do you

28. ## childcare

You're a teacher in an area day care center. Before your children arrive each morning, you set up several areas with a variety of hands-on activities. As each child arrives, he or she chooses an activity that interests him or her. What type of curriculum

29. ## Child Care

When a child demonstrates an inability to leap over a barrier, his teacher checks to see if he mastered the skills of jumping down from a height and jumping for distance. in doing this, the teacher is

30. ## Child Care

1. The interaction between a child's biological makeup and the environmental influences that affect his or her development and behavior is called the A. balanced systems approach B. Ecological systems theory C. body in the classroom analysis D. me/them

hello i need someone to check these for me? 6) alcohol,drugs,radiation,and pollutants that affect a child development are called a.teratogens b.toxic inhibitors c.tranferal agents. d.phenylanines 10) monstrates an inability to leap over a barrier, his

32. ## Early childhood edcation

1)when a child demonstrates an anability to leap over a barrier his teacher checks to see if he has mastered the skills of jumping down from a height and jumping for distance. In doing this the teacher is a)applying a developmental perspective b)measuring

33. ## Physics

A car moving at 8 m/s crashes into a barrier and stops in 0.050 s. There is a 19-kg child in the car. Assume that the child's velocity is changed by the same amount as that of the car, and in the same time period. (a) What is the impulse needed to stop the

34. ## edu

7.Which one of the following conditions Fails to foster good communicative interaction in an early learning setting? a. The teacher repeats every thing a child says, but in the proper English form. b. At least during the time the child is in the early care

35. ## helping abused children

Im still stuck on number 11 and 17 will you please help 11. As a teacher aide, if a child wishes to speak to you about an incident of abuse, what should you do first? A. Assure the child that you can help B. Find a quiet place were you can talk

36. ## Speech

Listening to your friend sincerely as they tell you about their day ( empathic listening)? Not anderstanding because of accent ( cultural barrier)? Take notes in class and studying then so you can paraphrase the information for a test. (Academic listening)

37. ## CHILDCARE

"DAILY HEALTH CHECKS" AND HOW CAN I TELL IF A CHILD IS SICK. LIST SOME OF THE MOST COMMON SIGNS YOU MIGHT SEE IN A CHILD WHO IS ESPECIALLY ILL WHILE IN YOUR CARE. (MY ANSWER - VERY DROOPY, FACE FLUSHED,FEVER, REFUSED TO EAT AND MAY SWEAT PROFUSELY. WHAT

38. ## math

In order to make the most accurate calendar, the following system was devised. Leap years occur every 4 years except for years ending in 00, but years divisible by 400 are leap years. In this case, the year is a leap year if it is divisible by 400. Which

39. ## Language Check Ms.Sue

Choose correct capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. 1. Thank you for you're prompt response to my request information about traveling to Australia. A. Thank you for youre B. Thank you for youre' C. Thank you for your D. Thank you for your' E. Correct

40. ## child development

Teachers collect written information about a child for the following reasons except which? A. To link child behavior to the theory of childhood education. B. To compare one child's behavior to the rest of the class. C. To serve as a tool for assessing the

41. ## English

1. He is a social science teacher. 2. He is teacher. 3. She is a home economics teacher. 4. She is a HE teacher. 5. She is a technical arts and homemaking teacher. 6. She is a TAH teacher. 7. She is a healthe education teacher. 8. She is a HE teacher. 9.

42. ## ECE

1.when a child hits another child because he is angry, the best way to handle the situation is to? A.send the hitter to a time-out chair B.intervine immediately and ask each child what happened C.tell the second child to hit the first child back D.make the

43. ## Sound Barrier

Could someone tell me what sound barrier is and what it means to break the sound barrier (in really simple terms)?

44. ## biology

Humans have yet another antigen system on their red blood cells. The MN blood group refers to a different antigen controlled by codominant alleles (MM, MN, and NN). A woman with blood types (O, MN, Rh+) had a baby with a man with the blood types (AB, N,

45. ## social studies

base on the results of the studies,what should an elementary school teacher do to ensure that a child with an unusual name develops normal intellectual ability? 1] make a special effort to ignore the child. 2]try to give the child a more acceptable

46. ## Early Child Ed.

Please check these questions and my answers: 1.For children who are learning English as a second language, context-embedded activities enhance which? A) written language B) child-child socialization C) vocabulary development D) assimilation into the

47. ## early childhood educastion

what can a teacher do to reinforce the primary relationship between the parent and child and communicate that the teacher does not desire to take the parent's place in the child's life?

48. ## ECE311 Early childhood curriculum

has a realistic view of her abilities and a strong willingness to try 1.A child who exhibits “unconditionality” regarding confidence and self-esteem _ a. has a realistic view of her abilities and a strong willingness to try different methods to achieve

49. ## history

I wrote a DBQ on the industrial revolution, this is part of it: During the Industrial Revolution, the upper class lived without struggle, yet the working class suffered endlessly through dangerous working conditions. This demonstrates the impact

50. ## Teaching

1) T/F. Although there are many benefits in parents and teachers working together, research shows no change in children's learning when parents are involved. 2) T/F. An appropriate approach to the initial conference at the beginning of the school year

51. ## Health of young children

Of the following, which action by a teacher is the most appropriate and useful? A.Diagnosing smallpox B.Recording a child's rash C.Interpreting a child's fever D.Reporting that a child looks ill I chose D as my answer can someone check my answer.

52. ## early childhood

1.) the best example of an embedded learning experience is a.) counting from one to 20 just to practice b.) saying the alphabet while a teacher points to the letters c.) counting out napkins for each child at snack time. d.) tracing letters on a worksheet.

53. ## Early Childhood

For my early childhood education final exam/Ideas? My teacher said i have to create my child and choose 1 out? For my early childhood education final exam/Ideas? My teacher said i have to create my child and choose 1 out of 5 (ADHD,Aspergers syndrome,

54. ## theory practice

a teacher request that a child ues a small stepladder to reach a book on a shelf .she is helping the child develop -----

55. ## English I

Which sentence is correct? The teacher: told the child's mother "Please be sure to dress Jackie warmly tomorrow." The teacher told the child's mother: "Please be sure to dress Jackie warmly tomorrow." The teacher told the child's mother "Please be sure: to

56. ## physics

A police offer may warn that “speed kills.” In video games, high-speed crashes are common. Suppose a particular scene in a game required the following elements: • a high performance motorcycle must crash into a barrier and be stopped • a small

57. ## cultural diversity

Which one of thefollowing statements does NOT exemplify the concepts of teachable moments? a. the teacher follows the child's cues when exploring a topic. b.The adult acting as the child's social partner in the block center, using semantic extension where

58. ## Physics

A baseball is hit at a height of 1.2 m with an unknown initial velocity at 36 Â° above the horizontal. It just clears a barrier of height 27.0658871949 m at a horizontal distance of 59.9481592832 m. Find: a) the initial speed; b) The time to reach the

1) A strategy for health promotion among infants toddlers and young children focuses on educational programs physical fitness activities and a. family planning b.tobacco,alcohol, and drug use. c.Nutrition. d.mental health & menta disorders. 2)The main goal

60. ## Art

A teacher is interested in assessing how many times per week a parent reads and discuss books with their child. Which of the following assessment method should this teacher use? a. Rating scale b. Anecdotal record c. Checklist d. Observation my answer is

61. ## From Theory to practice

A teacher requests that a child use a small stepladder to reach a book on a shelf. She is helping the child develop A. locomotor reflexes. B. spatial awareness. C. movement qualities. D. primitive reflexes. Answer is B

62. ## physics

Two children are playing on two trampolines. The first child can bounce 1.4 times higher than the second child. The initial speed up of the second child is 4.8 m/s. The maximum height of the second child is 1.17m and the initial speed of the first child is

63. ## Physics

Two children are playing on two trampolines. The first child can jump one and a half times higher than the second child. The initial speed of the second child is 5 m/s. What is the maximum height of the second child? What is the initial speed of the first

64. ## Physics ideal gases

If 2 samples of nitrogen (different PVTs) are separated by a conductive barrier, they will eventually achieve equilibrium, I believe. Am I right to assume that the final T and P at equilibrium in this case would be the SAME T and P if the barrier was

65. ## Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

When a child demonstrates an inability to leap over a barrier, his teacher checks to see if he has mastered the skills of jumping down from a height and jumping for distance. In doing this, the teacher is A. applying a developmental perspective. B.

66. ## Childhood

when a child demonstrates an inability to leap over a barrier his teacher checks to see if he has mastered the skill of jumping down from a height and jumping for distance . In doing this , the teacher is A applying a developmental perspective. B measuring

67. ## child care

1. A main source of fat and saturated fatty acids in children's diet is A> meat B. candy C. whole milk D. french fries (My answer is D) 2 when a child demonstrates an inability to leap over a barrier, his teacher checks to see if he has mastered the skills

hello i need someone to check these for me? 6) alcohol,drugs,radiation,and pollutants that affect a child development are called a.teratogens b.toxic inhibitors c.tranferal agents. d.phenylanines 10) monstrates an inability to leap over a barrier, his

69. ## child care

hello i need someone to check these for me? 6) alcohol,drugs,radiation,and pollutants that affect a child development are called a.teratogens b.toxic inhibitors c.tranferal agents. d.phenylanines 10) monstrates an inability to leap over a barrier, his

70. ## child development

A child who hasn't learned the prequisite fundamentals needed for a combition of motor paterns is suffering from A. anxiety B. poor muscle control C. proficiency barrier D.nonacquisition barrier

71. ## Health, Safety, and Nutrition

A child who hasn't learned prerequisite fundamentals needed for a combination of motor patterns is suffering from A anxiety B poor mscle control C proficiency barrier D nonacquisition barrier

72. ## From Theory to practice

A child who hasn't learned the prerequisite fundamentals needed for a combination of motor patterns is suffering fromA. proficiency barrier.B. poor muscle control.C. anxiety.D. nonacquisition barrier. Answer is B

73. ## child care

When a preschool child experiences sadness, the best way for a teacher to help is by A. distracting the child by giving them something to do. B. encouraging the child to play with others. C. demonstrating sympathy in words and deeds. D. isolating the child

74. ## SOCIAL SKILLS AND MOTOR DEVELOPMENT

1. When a preschool child experiences fear, the best way for a teacher to help is by A. removing or reducing the cause of fear. B. distracting the child by giving them something to do. C. isolating the child in another room. D. telling the child not to

75. ## Early Child Ed.

Would you mind please, checking these questions and my answers? 1. Which of the following is the best example of a teachable moment? A. A teacher telling a young child it is time to use the potty. B. A child struggling to put on his own shoes. C. A child

76. ## special scene analysisand reconstruction

12.there are three types of pretending in children's dramatic play: pretending with regard to a role, pretending with regard to an object, and pretending with regard to an action. these three types of pretending were described by researcher? a.lev vygotsky

77. ## Early Childhood Education

I am so unclear how did do this assigment Choose two different countries and write about the differences parents might have in dealing with the following scenario. In your writing (one to two pages), list the three things a parent may do differently in one

78. ## Work and Family Life (WFL)

For my Work and Family Life class I my teacher gave us a picture of a child. Everyone has a child from a different country. My girl is from South Africa. On the back of the picture it talks about the girl (age, name ect. ). Then it says the child's

79. ## guidance

The number of adults supervising a specific number of children in a classroom is known as the _______ ratio. A. child-to-parent B. director-to-teacher C. teacher-to-parent D. child-to-adult D

80. ## Speech 09

I'm posting this question again I really need to know if i am right or wrong please help Place the correct letter next to the item that matches it. A. Physical Barrier B. Mental Barrier C. Cultural Barrier D. Empathic Listening E. Listening for Information

81. ## Algebra :/

A bank offers two checking plans anywhere charge .15 cents a check; accucheck cost .77cents a month plus 8 cents per check. For what number of checks will the accucheck plan cost less than anywhere check? Less than 11 checks? More than 11 checks? 11

82. ## math

a leap year occurs when the year is divisble by 100 but not divisible by 400 are not leap years. determine whether the following years are leap years

83. ## physics

a basketball player can leap upward 0.5m. what is his initial velocity at the start of the leap?

84. ## psychology

what do you do if a teacher and a behavior analyst want you to teach a child two different ways? (Autistic child)

85. ## CULTURAL DIVERSITY

THE TEACHER OBSERVES A CHILD WHO PREFERS TO HELP PEERS, AND SUBORDINATE HIS PERSONAL INTERESTS TO THE INTERESTS OF THE GROUP. THIS BEHAVIOR LEADS THE TEACHER TO CONCLUDE THAT THE CHILD IS OPERATING FROM THE____________ SOCIAL ORIENTATION. a.

86. ## Theories and issues in working with school-age chi

Which of the following is most likely to be a result of a school-age child left unattended at home? A. Loss of friendships B. Obesity C. Psychological harm D. Inability to complete homework assignments C.

87. ## Physics

Michael Jordan's vertical leap is approximately 48in(1.2m). Keeping in mind gravitational acceleration of 9.8m/s2. What is his leap time?

88. ## CULTURAL DIVERSITY

THE TEACHER OBSERVES A CHILD WHO PREFERS TO HELP PEERS, AND SUBORDINATE HIS PERSONAL INTERESTS TO THE INTERESTS OF THE GROUP. THIS BEHAVIOR LEADS THE TEACHER TO CONCLUDE THAT THE CHILD IS OPERATING FROM THE____________ SOCIAL ORIENTATION. a.

89. ## Physics

Consider a child standing on a beach who gets hit by a wave. The child weighs 30 kg, and the portion of the wave that hits the child contained 60 kg water. If the wave had a period of 2 seconds and a wavelength of 6 meters, how fast will the child be

90. ## ece

When a child is assessed as being able to give a possession to someone else, the teacher would record that the child has achieved the prosocial behavior of A. empathy. B. caregiving. C. generosity. D. cooperation

91. ## social scienc: plz answer

I need an article (literature review) that talks about how students will succeed in a program. ex: If he/she has a high teacher recommendation from a science teacher to attend a science program in the summer will he/she be successful. *other factors are

92. ## Early Child Ed.

Would someone please check these questions and my answers to be sure I have chosen the best possible answer? 1.Which one of the following is NOT a developmentally appropriate practice for a four-year-old with physical disabilities? A. Simplifying an art

93. ## Programming

Hi, I'm new to Java. I've been working on this question, wrote the code and checked the results with some examples and it seems to be doing fine. I would be glad if any of the teachers can check the code for me. Also, please do let me know if there's a

94. ## Theories of Child Development

Which of the following is most likely to be a result of a school-age child left unattended at home? A. Obesity B. Loss of friendships C. Inability to complete homework assignments D. Psychological harm My answer is D Can someone check my answer.

95. ## cultural diversity

1. Which one of the following statements does Not exemplify the concept of teachable moments? A. The teacher follows the child's cues when exploring a topic. B. The adult, acting as the child's social partner in the block center, uses semantic extension

96. ## childcare

a teacher requests that a child use a small stepladdet to reach a book on a shelf. She is helping the child develop: A. primitive reflexes B.movement qualities C. locomotor reflexes D.spatial awareness. Is it C? thanks

97. ## Introduction to Psychology

Alexander, a fifth- grade teacher, believes that Kimberly's behavior is a result of poor parenting, The school concerned with her inability to focus, attend to directions, and recall information from the previous day or events from earlier in the day.

98. ## Early Child Ed.

Are my answers to these questions correct? 1.Children with special needs often need: A. more teacher instruction in shorter amounts. B. increased child-initiated activities. C. more teacher instruction in longer amounts. D. fewer child-initiated

99. ## guidance and discipline

Miss Vickers second grade class is having a great time with math centers. They are seated where they are comfortable,some on the floor and some at tables.The students are working with manipulatives they chose from the math shelves. They are talking quietly

100. ## childcare

a child who moved from throwing a ball using only an elbow movement to throwing a ball using her elbow,wrist and shoulder is showing signs of development (a) a. intertask b. spatial c. joint plate d. intratask 2. a teacher requests that a child use a hmall