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How did the decline of the Ottoman Empire help cause World War I? A. The Germans' refusal to ally themselves with the weakening Ottoman Empire upset the balance of power. B. The weakening Ottoman presence in Iraq allowed foreign agents to start rebellions in the area. C. The Ottomans' increasing dependence on English military power led to international tensions. D. The end of centralized Ottoman control in the Balkans led to growing instability in the region.



How did the decline of the Ottoman Empire help cause World War I? A. The Germans’ refusal to ally themselves with the weakening Ottoman Empire upset the balance of power. B. The weakening Ottoman presence in Iraq allowed foreign agents to start rebellions in the area. C. The Ottomans’ increasing dependence on English military power led to international tensions. D. The end of centralized Ottoman control in the Balkans led to growing instability in the region.

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Which of the following most likely influenced Shakespeare's inclusion of the three "weird sisters" in Macbeth? Many classical Greek tragedies involved witches. Male actors played the roles of female characters. King James I considered witches agents of evil. King James I dabbled in witchcraft and prophecy.



Which of the following most likely influenced Shakespeare’s inclusion of the three “weird sisters” in Macbeth? Many classical Greek tragedies involved witches. Male actors played the roles of female characters. King James I considered witches agents of evil. King James I dabbled in witchcraft and prophecy.

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Pathogens are disease-causing agents. True or False



Pathogens are disease-causing agents. True or False

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When government agents are lawfully executing a warrant they can take anything they want for any reason?


Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 04:33 AM

No, the police don’t have the right to take anything for any reason even though they have a warrant. First, the warrant must be a search warrant for the police to be able to enter the premises to search specific items. The search warrant must be approved by the judge. When the judge reviews the warrant, it must contain the specific location and the specific type or category of items that are to be searched. So, the police must only take the items that are specified in the search warrant. Taking anything for any reason other than what is specified in the warrant is a violation of the owner’s rights.

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Our peak time this week will be 8:00a.m to 12:00 p.m which requires 32% more than the afternoon requirements of 473 agents


Let x be the number of agents required during peak hours. This value should be 32% more than the given number of agents in the afternoon which is 473.

                         x = 473 + 0.32(473)
                         
                         x = 624.36

Since, we cannot have the number of agents in decimal place, we round up the value. Thus, the number of agents required during peak hours is approximately equal to 625. 

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1. cancers Alzheimer’s 2. disorders of body chemistry tuberculosis 3. degenerative disease of joints arthritis 4. degenerative disease affecting the heart holes in the heart 5. diseases due to physical and environmental agents arteriosclerosis 6. congenital and hereditary diseases diabetes 7. degenerative disease of the brain depression 8. mental diseases drowning 9. infectious diseases


Answer – 
1. Social Environment 
2. Physical Environment
3. Individual LifeStyle 
4. Differential Susceptibilities 
5. Perception of Healthcare and to gain access/services
6. Reverse Causality

Reasoning – Under these or all points to underlying of illness to economic problems and depressions. 

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Certain inhaled anesthetic agents are thought to open cl- channels in the membranes f postsynaptic neurons in the brain, an effect that causes inhibitory local potentials. why might this action put a person "to sleep" during anesthesia?



Certain inhaled anesthetic agents are thought to open cl- channels in the membranes f postsynaptic neurons in the brain, an effect that causes inhibitory local potentials. why might this action put a person “to sleep” during anesthesia?

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The ____ were known as the pope’s agents in Europe. a. Heresy Guard c. Loyalists b. Truth Seekers d. Jesuits


Modern art in America IS different from Europe because the focus was on abstractions of the external world. Option B is correct.

Modern art refers to artistic work created during the period stretching roughly from the 1860s to the 1970s, and denotes the styles and philosophy of the art produced during that era.

Modern art kicks off with the heritage of painters like Vincent van Gogh, Paul Cézanne, Paul Gauguin, Georges Seurat and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec all of whom were fundamental for the development of modern art.

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PLZZ HELP FASSSSST 1. Which of the following eyects would you expect if red blood cells were shaped like neurons? (1 point) They would not be able to move as easily through capillaries. They would more easily carry out gas exchange in the alveoli. They would not need to be transported through the body. They would become more eyective at picking up urea discarded by body cells. 2. Which of the following is not a function of the skeletal system? (1 point) supports the body works with other body systems to allow movement manufactures new blood cells sends signals to the brain 3. Which of the following body systems are involved in the first line of defense of the immune system against infection? (1 point) integumentary, digestive, respiratory nervous, circulatory, skeletal muscular, endocrine, urinary urinary, skeletal, integumentary 4. Which of the following sets of structures would be involved in ridding the body of unwanted urea? (1 point) sensory neuron, interneuron, spinal cord alveoli, atrium, cilia capillary, nephron, ureter brain, esophagus, small intestine 5. An infectious disease is a disease that (1 point) is caught because the weather turns cold. is caused by pathogens. can be spread only by bacteria. cannot be cured. 6. Which of the following statements is true regarding infectious agents? (1 point) Infectious agents are all too small to be seen without a microscope, and none can be classified as living. All infectious agents are living because they are all classified as microorganisms. Of all the infectious agents, only viruses are considered living because they actively inject their DNA or RNA into host cells. Viruses cannot be treated with antibiotics because they are not living organisms. 7. Which discovery in the 1800s led to the development of germ theory? (1 point) Vaccines could prevent a disease. Antibiotics exist that can be given to counteract an infection. Infection rates decline when health care professionals wash their hands in between seeing patients. Some diseases, such as cancer, are caused by chemical factors. 8. Follow a carbon atom in a piece of bread eaten by a boy. Which of the following describes a path that this atom could take? (1 point) mouth esophagus stomach large intestine blood body cell mouth esophagus stomach small intestine blood body cell mouth large intestine esophagus stomach blood body cell mouth esophagus small intestine stomach blood body cell 9. Which of the following sets of structures is innervated by the somatic nervous system? (1 point) esophagus, stomach, small intestine atrium, ventricle, arteries biceps, triceps, quadriceps diaphragm, bladder, large intestine 10. Which of the following cell types would you expect to increase in number azer a person becomes infected with a pathogen? (1 point) sensory neurons white blood cells epidermal cells red blood cells

There are four variables which govern changes in population size.
births
deaths
immigration
emigration

A population gains individuals by birth and immigration and loses individuals by death and emigration.

Biotic Potential
Populations vary in their capacity to grow. The maximum rate at which a
population can increase when resources are unlimited and environmental
conditions are ideal is termed the population’s biotic potential. Each
species will have a different biotic potential due to variations in
the species’ reproductive span (how long an individual is capable of reproducing)
the frequency of reproduction (how often an individual can reproduce)
“litter size” (how many offspring are born each time)
survival rate (how many offspring survive to reproductive age)

There are always limits to population growth in nature. Populations
cannot grow exponentially indefinitely. Exploding populations always
reach a size limit imposed by the shortage of one or more factors such
as water, space, and nutrients or by adverse conditions such as disease,
drought and temperature extremes. The factors which act jointly to
limit a population’s growth are termed the environmental resistance. The interplay of biotic potential and density-dependent environmental resistance keeps a population in balance.
Carrying Capacity
For a given region, carrying capacity is the maximum number of
individuals of a given species that an area’s resources can sustain
indefinitely without significantly depleting or degrading those
resources. Determining the carrying capacities for most organisms is
fairly straightforward. For humans carrying capacity is much more
complicated. The definition is expanded to include not degrading our
cultural and social environments and not harming the physical
environment in ways that would adversely affect future generations.

For populations which grow exponentially, growth starts out slowly,
enters a rapid growth phase and then levels off when the carrying
capacity for that species has been reached. The size of the population
then fluctuates slightly above or below the carrying capacity.
Reproductive lag time may cause the population to overshoot the carrying
capacity temporarily. Reproductive lag time is the time required for
the birth rate to decline and the death rate to increase in response to
resource limits. In this scenario, the population will suffer a crash
or dieback to a lower level near the carrying capacity unless a large
number of individuals can emigrate to an area with more favorable
conditions. An area’s carrying capacity is not static. The carrying
capacity may be lowered by resource destruction and degradation during
an overshoot period or extended through technological and social
changes.

An example of dieback occurred in Ireland after a fungus infection
destroyed the potato crop in 1845. During this potato famine
approximately 1 million people died and 3 million people emigrated to
other countries. Increased food production due to improved agricultural
practices, control of many diseases by modern medicine and the use of
energy to make historically uninhabitable areas of Earth inhabitable are
examples of things which can extend carrying capacity. The question is
how long will we be able to keep increasing our population on a planet
with finite size and resources?