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Which term applies to powers that the constitution gives to the states and forbids the national government from using?

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Which term applies to powers that the constitution gives to the states and forbids the national government from using?

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Academic integrity applies to how information is given, not where it came from. Please select the best answer from the choices provided TRUE or FALSE

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Academic integrity refers to a set of moral code that applies to academic practice. It applies to both students and educators. The moral code encompasses many things, including prohibition on plagiarism and cheating as well as maintaining good academic standards. It also includes ensuring rigor in research and in the publication of them.  

In regards to the question, the answer to the statement given is False.

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Gabriel applies for a home loan and, mark signs the agreement promising to pay off the debt in case gabriel fails to do so. in this case mark is: a. the cosigner be. the obligee c. the obligor d. the assignor

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Economic profit is calculated as:

Economic profit = Total Revenues – Total Cost

Total cost both includes explicit and implicit cost. In
this case, the explicit cost is $8,000 while the implicit cost is $64,000.
Explicit cost is a direct payment made to run the business while implicit cost
is the opportunity as accountant that is lost. Therefore,

Economic profit = $150,000 – ($8,000 + $64,000)

Economic profit = $78,000

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What is sampling theory? Describe it and provide examples to illustrate your definition. Discuss generalizability as it applies to nursing research.

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What is sampling theory? Describe it and provide examples to illustrate your definition. Discuss generalizability as it applies to nursing research.

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Overloading taps the body's mechanisms that bring about the desired changes that go hand-in-hand with specificity. Improving cardiovascular fitness involves sustaining submaximal activities for extended periods of time. Increasing strength requires lifting progressively heavier weight loads. The principle applies to duration and volume of training, as well.

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Overloading taps the body’s mechanisms that bring about the desired changes that go hand-in-hand with specificity. Improving cardiovascular fitness involves sustaining submaximal activities for extended periods of time. Increasing strength requires lifting progressively heavier weight loads. The principle applies to duration and volume of training, as well.

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Picture included , please help, which of the following equations describe the line shown below (1,10) and (-3,2) *check all that applies*

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Picture included , please help, which of the following equations describe the line shown below (1,10) and (-3,2) *check all that applies*

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A crate at rest applies a force of 147 newtons on the floor. If the coefficient of static friction is 0.3, what is the maximum force of friction that resists the movement of the crate?

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b. Objects W and Y have balanced forces, and objects X and Z have unbalanced forces.

Explanation:

An object is said to have balanced forces if the resultant of the forces acting on it is zero. This situation occurs, for instance, when the sum of the forces on the vertical direction is zero and the sum of the forces on the horizontal direction is zero as well.

For the objects in the table, we see that:

– Object W: the resultant on the vertical direction is zero, because we have two opposite forces with same magnitude (30 N), so they cancel each other. Also, the resultant on the horizontal direction is zero, because we have two opposite forces with same magnitude (20 N), so they cancel each other.

– Object X: the resultant on the vertical direction is zero, because we have two opposite forces with same magnitude (15 N), so they cancel each other. However, the resultant on the horizontal direction is NOT zero, because we have two opposite forces but with different magnitude (35 N and 25 N), so they do not cancel each other, and they make a net force of 35 N – 25 N=10 N.

– Object Y:  the resultant on the vertical direction is zero, because we have two opposite forces with same magnitude (60 N), so they cancel each other. Also, the resultant on the horizontal direction is zero, because we do not have forces along this direction.

– Object Z: the resultant on the vertical direction is zero, because we have two opposite forces with same magnitude (45 N), so they cancel each other. However, the resultant on the horizontal direction is NOT zero, because the net force is 22 N, not balanced from the other direction.

Therefore, objects W and Y have balanced forces, and objects X and Z have unbalanced forces.

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Which applies the power of a power rule properly to simplify the expression (710)5? (710)5= 710 ÷ 5 = 72 (710)5= 710 – 5 = 75 (710)5= 710 + 5 = 715 (710)5= 710 · 5 = 750

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Note that 1 cal = 4.184 J
                 1 W = 1 J/s

The given calorie consumption rate is
 107 cal/mi 

In running 11-minute miles,  the energy expenditure rate is
(107 cal/mi)*(1 mi/11 min) = 107/11 cal/min = 9.7293 ca/min
                                        = (9.7293 cal/min)*(1 min/60 s)
                                        = 0.1622 cal/s

Because 1 cal = 4.184 J, the energy expenditure rate is
(0.1622 cal/s)* (4.184 J) = 0.6786 J/s
                                       = 0.6786 W

In an 11-hour run, the total time is
(11 h)*(3600 s/h) = 39600 s

Total work done is(0.6786 J/s)*(39600 s) = 26873 J = 26.873 kJ

Answer:
Average power output = 0.6786 W
Total work or energy   = 26.87 kJ (nearest hundredth)

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Roger spent 45 minutes studying for the test. Assuming the trend that exists in the data set below applies to Roger as well, approximately which grade should Roger expect to receive on the test? Time Spent Studying (minutes) Grade on Test (%) 0 28 0 54 30 45 30 39 30 63 60 53 60 75 90 85 90 78 120 92 120 100 120 98 120 89 180 99 180 95

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Stock A:

Zachary bought 40 shares of stock A at $80 a share. So he paid 40*80 = 3200 dollars for the shares of stock A.

He then sells stock A at $83 a share, so 83*40 = 3320 is the amount he gets back. The net result is 3320-3200 = 120. Divide this over the initial cost to get 120/3200 = 0.0375

So the rate of return (ROR) for stock A is 3.75%

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Stock B:

total cost = (number of shares of stock B)*(cost per share of stock B)
total cost = 80*160
total cost = 12800

Then he sells stock B at $166 a share

80*166 = 13280

He nets 13280 – 12800 = 480 dollars from stock B

The ROR for stock B is 480/12800 = 0.0375 = 3.75%

So far, we see that the ROR for both stocks (A and B) are the same at 3.75%

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Bond:

par value = $1000
coupon = (0.0525)*(1000) = $52.50

ROR = (coupon)/(price) = 52.50/775 = 0.0677 = 6.77%

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In summary, we have

ROR for stock A = 3.75%
ROR for stock B = 3.75%
ROR for bond = 6.77%

Stock A and B have a tie for the lowest ROR

so that’s why the answer is choice 1) Stock A and Stock B

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Deep-ocean lantern fish have special organs that use chemical energy to produce light. However, the light can only travel a certain distance through the water before it is no longer visible. How does this phenomenon validate the Law of Conservation of Energy? The fish is a closed system, so energy is allowed to exit the system. The Law of Conservation of Energy applies to biological, not physical, systems. The light energy travels through the water until it is reflected or absorbed. The light is not carried by matter and contains no energy.

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The right answer is C, The water solution in the environment surrounding the cell has a higher solute concentration than the cell.

Plasmolysis (the phenomena of shriveling cell) is a cellular state of the plant cell where, following loss of water, the membrane is detached from the pectocellulose wall. This is the opposite state of turgescence.

Plasmolysis occurs when a stream of water comes out of the vacuole and the plant cell through osmosis. The resulting decrease in pressure causes shrivelling of the soft parts of the plant (stems, leaves, petals), which are no longer supported by the turgor pressure.

This flow of water is created either by the lack of water in the external environment, or by the presence in this medium of a liquid more concentrated than the cellular medium. In these situations, there is a displacement of water by osmosis from the cell medium to the external medium.

Thus, the cells of a plant subjected to a drought or a water too concentrated in salts will lose their water and will be in plasmolysis. The soft parts will then shrivel up and the plant will die of water stress if the situation does not allow it to quickly reabsorb water.

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Jason applies a force of 4.00 newtons to a sled at an angle 62.0 degrees from the ground. What is the component of force effective in pulling the sled horizontally along the ground?

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Explanation :

The forces that govern all matter in the universe are :

(1) Gravitational force

(2) Electromagnetic force

(3) Strong nuclear force

(4) Weak nuclear force

The characteristics of the weak nuclear force are:

(1) These forces are stronger than gravity.

(2) These forces are effective only for short distances i.e. has a very small range.

(3) These forces are weaker than the electromagnetic force because electromagnetic force is about 10^{11} times that of weak nuclear force.

(4) These forces are responsible for radioactive decays. So, these forces are repulsive.

So, final answer is :

is repulsive, has a very small range, is stronger than the gravitational force

and is weaker than the electromagnetic force.

Hence, this is the required solution.

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Classify -5. Mark every answer that applies. A. Whole Number B. Integer C. Rational Number D. Irrational Number

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Answer:

B. (4 – pi) ft²

Step-by-step explanation:

Given, the circle having diameter 2 ft is inscribed in a square having side 2 ft,

By the given figure,

The area of shaded region = Area of the square – Area of the circle

Now, the radius of the circle = diameter/2 = 2/2 = 1 ft,

Since, the area of circle = pi ( radius )²

Thus, the area of the given circle = pi (1)² = pi ft²,

Now, the area of a square = (side)²,

Here, the side of the given square = 2 ft,

⇒ The area of the given square = 2² = 4 ft².

Hence, the area of the shaded region = ( 4 – pi ) ft²

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