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## Ezzie is a police officer. when he is off the job, he is an easygoing, fun-loving person who enjoys life. when he is on the job, he is a very stern, serious, and no-nonsense police officer. ezzie's professional behavior is an example of a(n) _____.

Ezzie is a police officer. when he is off the job, he is an easygoing, fun-loving person who enjoys life. when he is on the job, he is a very stern, serious, and no-nonsense police officer. ezzie’s professional behavior is an example of a(n) _____.

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## When you interpret the behavior of others according to your experiences and understanding of the world, your evaluation is objective. true or false?

False, this type of evaluation is subjective.

Explanation:

An objective view is one based on facts. It is independent of the observer and therefore would be the same for anyone observing it. However, a subjective view is one that depends on something unique to the observer and cannot be verified. Since you are interpreting the behavior of someone else based on your own experiences, it is subjective. No one has had the same experiences as you.

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## What can you say about the end behavior of the function f(x)=log10(5x-1)

The given function is
f(x) = log₁₀(5x-1)

As x -> -∞, the argument of the log function becomes a large negative number.
Because the log of a negative number is undefined, f(x) is undefined as x -> -∞.

As x -> +∞, the argument of the log function becomes a large positive number.
Therefore f(x) -> +∞ as x -> +∞.

As x -> -∞, f(x) is undefined.
As x-> +∞, f(x) -> +∞.

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## Which statement is true about the end behavior of the graphed function?

This is a cubic function, highest power is 3.

This is also an odd function.

Odd functions have end behavior properties as follows:

• As x approaches -∞, y goes towards -∞
• As x approaches ∞, y goes towards ∞

Also by looking at the graph, you can see that these 2 properties hold.

This graph’s end behavior is:

• As x approaches -∞, y goes towards -∞
• As x approaches ∞, y goes towards ∞

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## Which is an example of weak social behavior? asking your friend to do you a favor from time to time being both happy and a little upset when a friend performs better than you at a task insisting on doing what you want to do whenever you're with your friends

Which is an example of weak social behavior? asking your friend to do you a favor from time to time being both happy and a little upset when a friend performs better than you at a task insisting on doing what you want to do whenever you’re with your friends

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## W(x)=x^3 – 5x^2 + 8x – 4 I need the x and y intercepts and the behavior of this equation.

X intercept is where the line crosses the x axis or where y=0
y intercept is where the line crosses the y axis or where x=0

the equation is 3rd degree and the leading coefient is positive so it goes from bottom left to top right, with 2 changes in direction (up to down or down to up)

x intercepts
W(x)=0=x^3-5x^2+8x-4
um, I graphed it and the x intercepts are at x=1 and x=2

y intercept is where x=0
W(0)=0^3-5(0)+8(0)-4=-4
the y intercept is y=-4

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## Baby joey’s mother used to store his toys underneath his bed, but now she puts them away in his new toy box. joey, however, continues to look for his toys underneath his bed. according to piaget, joey______________. has not yet attained even rudimentary object permanence. does not yet appreciate physical causality. is making an a-not-b search error. cannot yet engage in goal-directed behavior.

The answer is, has not yet attained even rudimentary object permanence.

Base on Piaget’s Cognitive development, this falls under Stage 1 the Sensorimotor Stage. It explains that under the ages of 18-24 months, there is a development and realization of things that they believe to are always there. In a case where wanted a specific toy and it is not placed where it used to be, they have a state of remembering which is known as the object of permanence. This is a sign that their mind is developing.

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## Sexual harassment legislation is concerned with not just with the offender’s intent but also the effects of the offender’s behavior. laws also ban any behavior that

laws also ban any behavior that: creates a hostile environment.

In sexual harassment area, hostile environment is an environment that caused some of from ‘threat’ or ‘disturbance’ that cross personal space.
Such as: A boss that cat-call one of his workers when she passed, a women that wear dress that reveal her private area in the office, etc

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## End behavior of F(x)=-x^(3-)2x^(2)+7x-10 A. The graph of the function starts high and ends high B. The graph of the function starts low and ends low C. The graph of the function starts high and ends low D. The graph of the function starts low and ends high

False

Step-by-step explanation:

Suposse that we are given a function f(x) and a constant value h.

1. Case:

If we take the function g(x)=f(x)+h, then the graph of the function g(x) will be the graph of the funcion f(x) moved up or down.

2.Case:

If we take the function g(x)=hf(x), then the graph of the function g(x) will be the graph of the function f(x) just taller or shorter.

3.Case:

If we take the function g(x)=f(x-h), then the graph of the function g(x) will be the graph of the fuction f(x) moved horizontally.

4. Case:

If we take the function g(x)=f(hx), then the graph of the function g(x) will be tha graph of the function f(x) wither or thiner.

For example:

If we take f(x)=sin(x) and h=2. Then, if we take g(x)=sin(2x) then f(0)=g(0)=0, which means that the graph of the functiction is not moved up or down. However, f(π/2)=sin(π/2)=1 and g(π/2)=sin(π)=0 which gives us a hint that the graph of the function became thiner.

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## According to Deborah Tannen in “You Just Don’t Understand: Men and Women in Conversation,” which statement is true about gender and listening behavior? A. Men and women listen in the same way. B. Women listen less to men than men listen to women. C. Men ask more argumentaive questions or seek to puncture holes in the other person’s position than do women. D. The differences represent negative motives on the part of both men and women.

Explanation:  Animals, however well preserved and bred in conditions that are not in nature, that is, not in their natural habitat, animals still retain the animal instinct. Thus, young animals in the wild can be met daily, except for members of their species, and members of all other species, including predators, as well as humans. This means that in the natural environment, young animals can find themselves in a variety of dangers on a daily basis, but not only that. In this way young animals develop their ability to survive, escape from predators, manage, and develop their hunting skills, etc. All this is essential for socialization because according to all these developed skills and abilities their socialization depends. To deny any of the conditions prevailing in the wild means to deny the development of any skill or instinct, to deny proper socialization.

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## Which term best describes liquid behavior under pressure?

Which term best describes liquid behavior under pressure?

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## Thrill-seeking behavior is likely to lead many students to avoid drug abuse . t or f

Thrill-seeking behavior is likely to lead many students to avoid drug abuse . t or f

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## Which sentence is the best example of a summary, rather than an evaluation? A. Despite Davidson’s claims, his ideas are unlikely to have practical applications. B. Davidson’s ideas are new, and therefore will likely seem odd to many. C. Davidson claims that, despite what we believe about our own behavior, we are not very good at predicting what we will do in a given situation. D. Although Davidson is one of many new economists talking about human behavior, I believe his ideas are the ones that will be the most important.

Well; You have the classics

Originally published in 1949 by George Orwell, 1984 depicts a dystopian world of the ‘future’. The book is less of a prediction more then it is a warning of what could be. It follows one character who is desperately trying to remember what real life is like, and gets tangled up in all sorts of messes along the way.

You could read Alice in Wonderland or Mary Poppins, theres a million great classics out there Im sure you can find on any website.

Personally I prefer fantasy novels;

Brandon Sanderson’s The Rithmatist
This book follows a young student through a steampunk style, magic infused world. It takes a moment to not chuckle at the concept of monsters that are essentially drawings, but its a very well done book with beautiful writing and mental scenery

Patrick Rothfuss’s, The Name of the Wind
This is my favorite book of all time. Patrick Rothfuss’s work is honestly amazing in this book. Mind you its probably not all that wise for the feint of heart through perhaps the second chapter; but it really is amazing. The sculpting of the world, the depth of the characters its utterly masterful. The story opens with Kote, a fairly normal seeming innkeeper and his dark haired companion Bast. Fairly normal until a man happens upon the inn, looking for a certain Kvothe, a man thought to just be a legend and a story… and Kote’s past is drug up, and other things that should probably be better left alone.

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## Identify the type of behavior exhibited in the examples described below. Support each answer with a short explanation. Cuckoos often lay their eggs in the nests of other birds, which raise the young cuckoo as their own. However, as the cuckoo matures, it takes on the behavioral characteristics of its biological parents rather than its surrogate parents.

When red crosses with white flowers to give pink flowers, we are looking at incomplete dominance, i.e. the offspring is a blend (pink) of the parents’ characteristics (red or white).

Since we’re given in the question two pink flowers crossed to give 25% red, 25% whit and 50% pink, we would be thinking of a punnett square between RW and RW, to give

RR RW

RW WW

Since both parents are RW, that makes both parents heterozygous.

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## Compare the temperature dependence of the conductivity for metals and intrinsic semiconductors. briefly explain the difference in behavior

Compare the temperature dependence of the conductivity for metals and intrinsic semiconductors. briefly explain the difference in behavior

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## In object-oriented terms, a(n) ____________________ defines an object’s behavior

In object-oriented terms, a(n) ____________________ defines an object’s behavior

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## An example of a behavior that demonstrates identity foreclosure is _____.

The answer is C. In order to carefully control conditions and confirm or disconfirm a hypothesis about the causes of behavior, one must perform an experiment.

Explanation:

Experimental research allows the researcher to control all the variables in order to create the conditions that can confirm or disconfirm a hypothesis. This method aimes to establish a relation of causality between two variables, which means that one variable is generated and determined by the other; this is posible because all of the other variables that can influence it have been controlled.

When a researcher conducts a survey or engages in naturalistic observation, he can’t control the variables, therefore, he can only establish a correlation between two variables, but not of causality.

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## What is the president’s purpose for including these details? to entertain his listeners with shocking stories of protest to entertain his listeners with colorful details of mob behavior to persuade his listeners of the importance of racial equality to persuade his listeners of the need for presidential intervention

A creation myth (also called a cosmogonic myth) or creation story is a symbolic narrative of how the world began and how people first came to inhabit it.[2][3] While in popular usage the term myth often refers to false or fanciful stories, formally, it does not imply falsehood. Cultures generally regard their creation myths as true.[4][5]In the society in which it is told, a creation myth is usually regarded as conveying profound truthsmetaphorically, symbolically and sometimes in a historical or literal sense.[6][7] They are commonly, although not always, considered cosmogonical myths – that is, they describe the

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## A driver is impaired when they ____ A. Refuse to adapt their driving behavior B. Unaware of traffic around them C. Both A and B

Explanation: When we have a quotation an a question, we need to be careful with the position of the question mark, if the quote is a question, then the question mark should be inside the quotation marks, for example: she asks: “where is my cake?”, if the question is about the quotation (like this case) the question mark must be outside the quotation marks. Also, in this case, we have the name of the author, it should be between parentheses and just after the quotation marks, so the correct answer is: Should states “require adolescents to be eighteen before obtaining a driver’s license” (Bipin)?

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## If you observe an impaired driver, a safe behavior for you would be ____________.

If you observe an impaired driver, a safe behavior for you would be ____________.

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## Your baby is driving you crazy because he turns the light switch on and off for hours. what would piaget say about this behavior?

The answer is C. In order to carefully control conditions and confirm or disconfirm a hypothesis about the causes of behavior, one must perform an experiment.

Explanation:

Experimental research allows the researcher to control all the variables in order to create the conditions that can confirm or disconfirm a hypothesis. This method aimes to establish a relation of causality between two variables, which means that one variable is generated and determined by the other; this is posible because all of the other variables that can influence it have been controlled.

When a researcher conducts a survey or engages in naturalistic observation, he can’t control the variables, therefore, he can only establish a correlation between two variables, but not of causality.

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## __________ theorists point out that humans create, manipulate, and employ symbols to direct their own behavior and to influence the behavior of others.

The answer is C. In order to carefully control conditions and confirm or disconfirm a hypothesis about the causes of behavior, one must perform an experiment.

Explanation:

Experimental research allows the researcher to control all the variables in order to create the conditions that can confirm or disconfirm a hypothesis. This method aimes to establish a relation of causality between two variables, which means that one variable is generated and determined by the other; this is posible because all of the other variables that can influence it have been controlled.

When a researcher conducts a survey or engages in naturalistic observation, he can’t control the variables, therefore, he can only establish a correlation between two variables, but not of causality.

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## In order to carefully control conditions and confirm or disconfirm a hypothesis about the causes of behavior, one must a. engage in naturalistic observation. b. develop a causal correlation. c. perform an experiment. d. conduct a survey.

The answer is C. In order to carefully control conditions and confirm or disconfirm a hypothesis about the causes of behavior, one must perform an experiment.

Explanation:

Experimental research allows the researcher to control all the variables in order to create the conditions that can confirm or disconfirm a hypothesis. This method aimes to establish a relation of causality between two variables, which means that one variable is generated and determined by the other; this is posible because all of the other variables that can influence it have been controlled.

When a researcher conducts a survey or engages in naturalistic observation, he can’t control the variables, therefore, he can only establish a correlation between two variables, but not of causality.

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