Which of the following is encouraged in the lab setting? eating a snack while you conduct an experiment. horseplay with your friends. tying long hair up into a ponytail. wearing flip-flops or open toed sandals.

QUESTION POSTED AT 19/08/2019 - 05:55 PM

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What did mesopotamians eat

In Mesopotamia they ate a meal twice a day, these meals were prepared outside in a small courtyard. The meals included a flat bread made of barley. They did not eat beef because it was too expensive. So they ate lots of vegetable soups or stews.

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 04:22 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 04:22 AM

1.Which of these factors best explains the development of the plantation system in the South? a. Fertile land and a long growing season b. A high plateau and long, cold winters c. Extensive forests and short winters d. Rocky soil and harsh winters 2.Which of these was a motivation for the settlement of the colony at Plymouth in 1620? a. English proprietors finance the colonists in order to make a profit. b. King James paid for their journey in the hopes of finding gold. c. The pilgrims wished to establish a place where they could follow their own religious beliefs without persecution. d.The settlers were missionaries who intended to dedicate their live to converting the American Indians to Christianity. 3.Which statement about the institution of slavery in Colonial America is most accurate? a. The New England colonies had the largest slave populations. b. Slavery was banned in most Southern colonies c. Slaves were especially numerous in areas suitable for large plantations. d. Slavery was on the decline in the South by the time of the French and Indian War. 4.What was the purpose of the dashed line drawn on this map? a. It identifies the western boundary of the United States. b. It marks the eastern border of the Louisiana line. c. It shows the western boundary of British colonial settlement. d. If defines the eastern border of Native American lands. 5.How does the physical geography of New England differ from that of Georgia and Alabama? a. New England has rockier soil and a shorter growing season. b. New England has more fertile soil and warmer summers. c. New England has fewer mountains and greater humidity. d. New England has a fewer streams but greater rainfall. 6.In colonial New England, communities often held meetings to discuss local issues and mange town affairs. By participating in these town meetings, colonists displayed.... a. religious toleration b. limited self-government c. respect for the rights of American Indians d. support for the House of Burgesses 7.Which of these was a motivation for the settlement of the colony in Pennsylvania in 1682? a. English proprietors financed the new settlement in order to make a profit. b. Lord Baltimore wished to establish a haven for England's Catholics. c. English Puritans wished to create a "godly place" where they could practice their own religious beliefs. d. William Penn wished to found a colony welcoming England's Quakers.8.Which of these was an impact of the First Great Awakening? a. Colonists demanded independence from Great Britain. b. Preachers emphasized that all people were equal in the eyes of God. c. Ministers condemned women suspect of witchcraft. d. Settlers refused to fight in the French and Indian War.

1.Which of these factors best explains the development of the plantation system in the South?

a. Fertile land and a long growing season


2.Which of these was a motivation for the settlement of the colony at Plymouth in 1620?

c. The pilgrims wished to establish a place where they could follow their own religious beliefs without persecution.


3.Which statement about the institution of slavery in Colonial America is most accurate?

b. Slavery was banned in most Southern colonies

5.How does the physical geography of New England differ from that of Georgia and Alabama?

b. New England has more fertile soil and warmer summers.


6.In colonial New England, communities often held meetings to discuss local issues and mange town affairs. By participating in these town meetings, colonists displayed....
a. religious toleration


7.Which of these was a motivation for the settlement of the colony in Pennsylvania in 1682? 

b. Lord Baltimore wished to establish a haven for England's Catholics.


8.Which of these was an impact of the First Great Awakening?
a. Colonists demanded independence from Great Britain.

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 03:56 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 03:56 AM

Which phrase best fits in the last box? the public began to take action by setting up committees and supporting reform candidates. the public turned against the muckrakers and tried to shut down their newspapers. the public was outraged and demanded that the government regulate journalistic practices. the public largely ignored the muckrakers' articles.

The first one- the public began to take action by setting up committees and supporting reform candidates. The influence of the muckrakers (journalists that were pro reform) was far reaching, with labor and economic relations getting a turn for the better because of their interference, that ought to expose injustices and corruption in diverse strata of american society. Inspired and instigated by their work, the public started to take matters to their hands and started changing their local political scenery in hopes that by doing this the problems denounced by the muckrakers ceased to exist.

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:58 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:58 AM

Factories in which employees worked long hours for 6 days a week are known as?

Overworked mostly..... unless your in a on call position, which technically then it would happen. People who work "Salary" are often exposed to those conditions. In a unfair society, unfortunately employers know how to expose loopholes, and if the employee needs the job bad enough.... they must "obey" their employer. I call bull on this one.... lulz

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:42 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:42 AM

In your local newspaper, you read an editorial supporting a local building initiative that will cost the town millions of dollars. After reading the article, you discover that the author has 20 years of experience in construction and owns a local construction company. What should you consider about the author's point of view?

The author clearly benefits from such building initiatives and is more likely to overlook potential costs to the town in favor of gains for construction. On the other hand, the author's experience in construction gives them a more educated point of view on the subject and means they should be listened to. 

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:29 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:29 AM

List details about the experiences of each group of people: serfs, nobles, clergy, merchants, monarchs, artisans, and knights. Identify the groups in the left column. For each group, list details that benefited the group and details that posed challenges for the group

  • Servant: Person who is at the service of a person. Despite this definition, often differentiate between the slave and the slave. The servant received from the feudal lord a house and land to work and could keep a percentage of the harvest. Besides, for the law, he was a free man.
  • The nobleman is the one who holds the condition or the title of nobility, which constituted since ancient times a high dignity, and later a "socio-group" concept and were of a high social order. In the Middle Ages and in the Old Regime, it was one of the three estates together with the clergy and the third state. Its preponderant character was practically abolished in the political sphere, before the questioning of the legitimacy of its domain and against the argument of the Enlightenment. His influence remained even after the bourgeois and proletarian revolutions, notwithstanding the permanent pressures to eliminate a distinction introduced between essentially equal human beings.
  • Cleric comes from the ancient Greek κληρικός (klērikos). In an extended sense, clergyman is synonymous with the ecclesiastical term (not to be confused with the Ecclesiastical, a book of the Bible) and can refer, in Christianity, to both a member of the regular clergy (ordained monks and friars) and the secular clergy (deacons and diocesan priests). It is important to emphasize the generic character of the term and the multiplicity of meanings it can have in different religions. Thus, it is often used to refer to a religious leader in Islam. In the current law of the Catholic Church, clergy is understood as the person who joins the priestly order at least in the degree of diaconate. In the Middle Ages, the clergy went from village to village, trying to bring the cultured and religious subjects closer to the people with a didactic and moralizing purpose, using the Romance language. His office was called Mester de Clercía.
  • A merchant is a person who deals with or trades salable goods, that is, merchandise or merchandise. Different qualifiers are added depending on the merchandise with which he works: iron merchant, cloth merchant, finance merchant, etc. It is a term practically in disuse that has been replaced by merchant or distributor. Formerly, according to the Spanish maritime-mercantile law, it was called Mercader: the owner of the goods that were shipped, the shipper of own or foreign goods, the charterer of a whole ship or quintaladas, the factor or the surcharge, to the encomendero when he followed the trip in the conductive ship of the effects entrusted to his care.
  • A monarch is known as the head of state of a country whose form of organization is called monarchy; it normally exercises the highest representation of the State and arbitrates and moderates the functioning of its institutions. Although it can also refer to the head of an ethnic group (Zulus, Maori, etc.), it is usually from one country (currently forty-six States and an international law institution elevated to the category of State - Order of Malta-, recognized by the UN). One of these heads of state, specifically the Queen of the United Kingdom, holds the head of the Commonwealth of Nations, an organization that shares historical ties with the United Kingdom.
  • An artisan is the person who makes handicrafts or crafts. Artisans do their work by hand or with hand tools, so you have to have some skill and ability to do your job. They can work alone or with other people who can serve as assistants or apprentices. The objects produced tend to have an aesthetic and / or utilitarian value. The artisan can sell, personally or to third parties, his creations, which he produces in his "workshop", at street level, in a craft stall or in the workshop of a master craftsman, when he works as an employee. Artisans and their work are usually part of the folklore of their place of origin, use materials typical of their area to make their products or inspired by traditionally local motifs.
  • In the Middle Ages, the institution of chivalry was related to a code of conduct and honor that defined not only the art of war, but also involved specific regulations of religious, moral and social behavior (see orders of chivalry) identified fully with the ideals of medieval court life. The knight was necessarily a feudal lord and the light or heavy cavalry a military corps in the service of a king or feudal power from the time of the ancient Median and Achaemenid empires, who adopted the custom of using the horse as a weapon, riding the warriors over the animal, unlike previous stages, when it was only used as a shooting animal to which a chariot or battle car was tied. Later the Medes adopted the use of full armor, thus starting the heavy cavalry, a fundamental resource for war until the appearance of gunpowder.

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:24 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:24 AM

How did F.W. de Klerk influence democratic reforms in South Africa? He restricted political rights to the white minority, ultimately extending the apartheid system. He set up talks between the government and the ANC, ultimately contributing to the elimination of apartheid. He encouraged the government to outlaw the ANC, ultimately extending the apartheid system. He refused to end civil war, ultimately contributing to the elimination of apartheid.

The correct option is: "He set up talks between the government and the ANC, ultimately contributing to the elimination of apartheid."

Frederik Willem de Klerk  is a South African politician, recognized for freeing the activist Nelson Mandela from prison and for contributing, at his side, to ending the apartheid regime, a fact for which both were awarded with the 1993 Nobel Peace Prize and with the Prince of Asturias Award for International Cooperation in 1992. De Klerk was also vice president during Mandela's presidency.

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:05 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:05 AM

Who were the advisors that helped the king? What did this group set up to assist in the ruling government?

Well,  advisors to the king explained to him whether a decision entitled to him is good for the kingdom, or group of people being ruled.

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:05 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:05 AM

7. Which of the following was a consequence of the United States’ victory in the Spanish-American War? (3 points) The U.S. gained control of numerous overseas possessions. The U.S. completed its acquisition of territories in the American West. The U.S. became involved in conflicts between the European powers. The U.S. challenged other European nations for colonial possessions in Asia. 8. What policy did the United States adopt toward the Philippines after the Spanish-American War? (3 points) The United States granted the Philippines independence but reserved the right to intervene in the nation if U.S. interests were at stake. The United States suppressed a Filipino independence movement to retain control of the islands. The United States provided military and economic support for the government in its fight against a rebel group. The United States used its military presence in the Philippines to force European powers to grant open access to trade with the islands. 9. Which of the following ensured construction of the Panama Canal? (3 points) United States foreign aid payments to Panama Theodore Roosevelt’s big stick diplomacy United States victory in the Spanish-American War United States contracts with a French canal-building company

7. "The U.S. gained control of numerous overseas possessions" was a consequence of the United States’ victory in the Spanish-American War.

8. "
The United States provided military and economic support for the government in its fight against a rebel group" was the policy that the United States adopt toward the Philippines after the Spanish-American War.

9. "
Theodore Roosevelt’s big stick diplomacy" ensured construction of the Panama Canal

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:02 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:02 AM

Which social group was most active in creating, supporting, and spreading Enlightenment ideas? A.workers B.aristocracy C.nobility D.bourgeoisie Which was not a reason that St. Petersburg was an example of western influence in Russia? A.It was located to help trade. B.Its architecture looked western. C.It was built on a swamp, like Amsterdam. D.It was the capital. Parliament responded to Charles I's attempts at absolutism in all of the following ways except _______________. A.the Petition of Rights B.Civil War C.seeking help from France D.the Long Parliament

Bourgeoisie social group was most active in creating, supporting, and spreading Enlightenment ideas

.It was located to help trade.  was not a reason that St. Petersburg was an example of western influence in Russia

Parliament responded to Charles I's attempts at absolutism in all of the following ways except seeking hel from France

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 12:37 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 12:36 AM

Who appointed Catholics as government officials and recruited them in the army? who conquered Ireland and established the Commonwealth? who lost a long, bloody Civil War against forces loyal to Parliament? who was crowned king after a period of commonwealth rule in England?

The Irish Republican Army appointed Catholics as government officials and recruited them in the army.

Oliver Cromwell conquered Ireland and established the Commonwealth.

King Charles I 
lost a long, bloody Civil War against forces loyal to Parliament.

King Charles II was crowned king after a period of commonwealth rule in England

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 12:28 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 12:28 AM

Read this excerpt from "How the Internet and Other Technologies Came About." The Pentagon wanted to ensure that their pilots would be able to fly their jets and bombers in the most unpredictable, hostile environments, including the presence of huge winds whipped up by nuclear fireballs. To accomplish this, the Pentagon developed flight simulators, in what was the birth of virtual reality. The pilots would sit in chairs with goggles placed over their eyes and use joysticks to control the simulated computer image in their headset. Select the most accurate summary of Kaku’s argument. Virtual reality allows people to experience harsh environments, such as nuclear warfare, in a safe location. Virtual reality began as a Pentagon-generated tool that prepared jet pilots for nuclear war. Virtual reality has impressive gadgetry, such as joysticks and headsets, that were inspired by the Pentagon. Virtual reality is an indispensable tool that prepares pilots for the shock of nuclear fireballs.

The correct answer is: Virtual reality began as a Pentagon-generated tool that prepared jet pilots for nuclear war.

Kaku is trying to illustrate the origin of the Internet and other technologies, in this case, virtual reality.  He guides us through a very interesting story about how virtual reality came about out of the necessity of preparing pilots for harsh conditions without putting them in danger during the nuclear war. It is not talking about the functions of virtual reality or its importance, this specific extract is speaking about its origin and that is why the second option is the correct answer.

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 12:16 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 12:16 AM

George Washington was appointed to be President for as long as he wanted.

Yes, that's a true statement. 

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 12:06 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 12:06 AM

Select three ways in which a bill may die. the Rules Committee or Senate Desk never assigns it an HR or S number a special interest group lobbies a Senator too much a committee simply doesn't address it once it comes to the committee the President lets it sit on her/his desk for too long the bill the Senate passes is too different from the one the House passed and they cannot reconcile it into a comprehensive bill that satisfies both chambers

"the Rules Committee or Senate Desk never assigns it an HR or S number" is wrong because it is a Billing Clerk who assigns a number to a bill

"a special interest group lobbies a Senator too much" is wrong because one senator isn't enough to kill a bill, but it could be correct if many Senators were lobbied to that end

Which leaves us with:

"a committee simply doesn't address it once it comes to the committee"

This is actually possible. If the committee doesn't address the bill and addresses others, it just won't be voted and eventually will die.

"the bill the Senate passes is too different from the one the House passed and they cannot reconcile it into a comprehensive bill that satisfies both chambers"

This can also happen since if the law is changed so much from what it once was, it might serve no purpose for its creators and they most likely won't want a version of it that they don't agree with.

"the President lets it sit on her/his desk for too long"

If the president does not sign the bill and cannot return the bill to Congress, the bill dies by what is called "pocket veto"

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 11:59 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 11:59 PM

What were the long term effects of Akhenaton's reign?

Their religion was affected

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 11:39 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 11:39 PM