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According to this diagram what is tan 67 It's a right triangle facing left. hypotenuse: 13 opposite:5 adjacent: 12 The angle to the far left is 23 degrees, the one to the far right at the bottom is 90, and the one on the top is 67. options: 12, 5/13, 12/13, 5/12, 13/5, 13/12 Please explain. Thanks so much

According to this diagram what is tan 67 It’s a right triangle facing left. hypotenuse: 13 opposite:5 adjacent: 12 The angle to the far left is 23 degrees, the one to the far right at the bottom is 90, and the one on the top is 67. options: 12, 5/13, 12/13, 5/12, 13/5, 13/12 Please explain. Thanks so much

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In August, 1799, The French Egyptian Expeditionary Force was facing disaster. What three military efforts were being brought against the French army?

While Napoleon was getting destroyed in Egypt and his army was having a tough time, the allies gathered around him to open three new fronts, which were Italy, Switzerland, and the Netherlands, where they prepared to strike him while he was involved in Africa.

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Explain why the marginal revenue curve facing a competitive firm differs from the marginal revenue curve facing a monopolist. unlike for perfectly competitive? firms, whose marginal revenue curves are the same as their individual demand? curves, a? monopolist’s marginal revenue curve differs from its demand curve because

The correct answer to this question is that:

In a monopoly, “the monopolist
must lower the price on all units to sell one more unit of output”.

This means that in a monopoly market,
if we increase the amount of output without lowering the price, the marginal
revenue decreases. Therefore marginal revenue is indirectly proportional to
number of outputs.

In a perfect competition however, the
marginal revenue is constant to any amount of output.

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The american focus on individuality and personal will masks the structural deficiencies and challenges facing people with disabilities and contributes to a culture of __________, wherein people without disabilities enact norms to retain their privileged status.

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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What were the problems facing the newly-independent united states after the treaty of paris?

I’m assuming you’re talking about how cities such as New York and Chicago were overpopulated and held horrible living conditions, especially for workers there.

Well, simply, cities offered better resources no matter what. If you lived in the country, whatever you produced was based on the outdoor elements, but you had to deal with isolation of many people and institutions such as schools, doctors, ect. In the city, yes it was overpopulated and work conditions were terrible, but people had a mindset that better work for a penny that you know that you’ll get instead of hoping a dollar that can disappear because of a bad harvest year.

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While the united states dealt with the depression, it was also facing ________?

Explanation:

It is the region of the united states which stretches from Florida to California. It includes the states of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, and California. During world war two, the population of sunbelt grew in the cities of sunbelt states and many of the cities have been economically, socially and politically important. The term was coined by Kevin Phillips to describe the region from Florida to California. It also included aerospace, oil and military industries. The term was mostly used in the 1970 s.

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Read the thesis statement below and answer the question that follows. Should colleges accept students with high test scores or students with strong extracurricular backgrounds? How can this thesis statement be improved? The college admission process reveals a challenge facing counselors: accepting students with high test scores or students with strong extracurricular backgrounds. As a future employer, would you value test scores over real-life experience? Most colleges should consider test scores when determining whom to accept. Most colleges should consider extracurricular activities when determining whom to accept.

Wuthering Heights, a manor in the Yorkshire moors, is associated with all that is primeval, natural, passionate, and wild. The residents of this manor, the Earnshaws and Heathcliff, exhibit a similar ruggedness and wildness in their behavior. This manor, as Lockwood observes, looks more like the home of a northern farmer than that of a gentleman.

In contrast, Thrushcross Grange symbolizes the sophisticated, civilized world. The manor is opulent, manicured, and well maintained. Similarly, the Lintons represent the refined English gentry, who are conscious of their status and display proper social etiquette and behavior. We get a view of the residents of Thrushcross Grange from what Heathcliff tells Nelly in chapter 6:

The light came from thence; they had not put up the shutters, and the curtains were only half closed. Both of us were able to look in by standing on the basement, and clinging to the ledge, and we saw—ah! it was beautiful—a splendid place carpeted with crimson, and crimson-covered chairs and tables, and a pure white ceiling bordered by gold, a shower of glass-drops hanging in silver chains from the centre, and shimmering with little soft tapers. Old Mr. and Mrs. Linton were not there; Edgar and his sisters had it entirely to themselves.

Nelly’s comment in chapter 6 also conveys the civilized traits of the Lintons:

‘They are good children, no doubt, and don’t deserve the treatment you receive, for your bad conduct.’

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Delveloped nations are facing aging populations unemployment and what economic growth

You didn’t give choices, but Hamilton favored a loose interpretation of the Constitution.

Hamilton focused on what has become known as the the “necessary and proper” clause of the United States Constitution.  After enumerating a number of the powers of Congress, including borrowing money, coining money, regulating commerce, etc, Section 8 of Article I of the Constitution closes by saying Congress shall have power “to make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into Execution the foregoing Powers, and all other Powers vested by this Constitution in the Government of the United States, or in any Department or Officer thereof.”  That grants Congress implied powers beyond those listed in the Constitution itself.

An example of the implementation of such implied powers in the Constitution occurred when Alexander Hamilton, as our nation’s first Secretary of the Treasury, argued in favor of establishing a national bank.   Hamilton favored a loose interpretation of the Constitution — in other words, that the Constitution allows for anything that is not strictly forbidden in what it has expressly stated.  A national bank was not strictly listed as something Congress could establish, but there was nothing in the Constitution to prohibit it.  And the “necessary and proper” clause gave leeway to create it, by the implied powers given to Congress.

Thomas Jefferson took a view opposite that of Hamilton.  Jefferson argued against the establishment of a national bank because according to a strict reading or interpretation of the Constitution, no such entity was stipulated in the document.

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Read these lines from the poem “Facing It” by Yusef Komunyakaa: My clouded reflection eyes melike a bird of prey, the profile of nightslanted against morning. I turnthis way—the stone lets me go.I turn this way—I’m insidethe Vietnam Veterans Memorial again, depending on the lightto make a difference. Which best describes one effect of the poet’s use of simile in this excerpt? A.It links two different things that prey on innocent lives: a bad memory and an undeclared war. B.It depicts the Vietnam War as a stone that heavily weighs on the speaker’s conscience. C.It gives a bird of prey the qualities of a soldier who goes to war to defend his country. D.It compares the speaker’s reflection to a predatory bird that haunts the speaker.

The options of the question are, A) by explaining that world leaders are doing all they can to tackle climate change now. B) by quoting Winston Churchill to show that he also believes that climate change is a serious issue. C) by comparing the inaction of the world leaders of today to the inaction of leaders in the past. D) by showing the differences in the effects of climate change and World War II.

The correct answers are C) by comparing the inaction of the world leaders of today to the inaction of leaders in the past.

The excerpt that develops Gore’s theme that climate change is a problem that must be addressed is “by comparing the inaction of the world leaders of today to the inaction of leaders in the past.”

Al Gore develops the urgency of attending the issues that climate change brings when in the excerpt he makes reference to the comparison made by Winston Churchill to Hitler’s threat: “They go on in strange paradox,, decided only to be undecided, resolved to be irresolute, adamant for drift, solid for fluidity, all-powerful to be impotent”.  This way, Al Gore is comparing the inaction of the world leaders of today to the inaction of leaders in the past.