1. What was NOT true regarding the Meuse-Argonne Offensive of November 1918? a. It was the largest operation of the American Expeditionary Force. b. It broke the German lines. 2. Which of the following was NOT a disadvantage to the Central Powers during World War I? a. the American Expeditionary Force b. The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk c. the British naval blockades d. the second Battle of the Marne 3. Which of the following was an outcome of the Russian Civil War? a. The provisional government was replaced by a new tsar dynasty. b. The provisional government remained in power. c. The Bolshevik Party was ordered to disband and leaders were exiled. d. The Bolshevik Party gained power under the leadership of Vladimir Lenin.
7. Outcome goals are something you want to: a.think about b.accomplish c.consider d.support
The Neolithic revolution was a profound change in the life of mankind, in which one moves from a nomadic to a sedentary lifestyle, and an economy of collection and hunting is changed to one of agricultural production.
The cultivation of cereals, especially rye, wheat and barley, characteristic of the Fertile Growing zone, became relevant. It is believed, however, that they were not the first plant species to grow. Legumes date a very old crop and also some fruit trees from Asia. The use of ferments and yeasts, responsible for the production of bread and dairy products and, consequently, of alcoholic beverages, is also recorded.
The first animal to enter the habitat of man was the dog. Sheep, bovine and caprine domestication constitute a fundamental pillar of production today. The domestication of the horse occurred at that time, in the area of Central Asia, along with that of the camelids, which occurred in different sectors.
In the Neolithic there was a demographic increase with respect to the paliolithic, so society was divided between those who plowed the earth, those who harvested, those who polished the stones, the collectors, those who work the ceramics and used the looms – mostly women- , those who built homes and those who looked after livestock. It is necessary to mention the entry into surplus scene. From its appearance, it is possible to exchange goods. This first type of trade is called barter.
Dogs can be strong companions, but they also have needs that many people forget to address.
The author’s claim is that many people forget to address the needs of their dogs. The author continues to talk about some of those needs, like regular washing and grooming to avoid becoming matted and sick. The author is not simply talking about washing and grooming, but other needs the dogs might have as well. These could include things like walking, a proper diet, or brushing their teeth.
According to Jean Piaget, around age 11, the fourth stage of cognitive development, the formal-operational stage begins.
This is the stage that starts at around 11, and lasts into the adulthood and the rest of a human’s life. During this period, people start understanding abstract concepts, develop logical thought, as well as deductive reasoning, which are all important for the years to come.
N₂ + 3H₂ –> 2NH₃
The equation shows that every 3 moles of hydrogen, H2, there would be 2 moles of ammonia, NH3, that is going to be formed. Using this concept, we solve for the unknown in this item.
Since we are restricted only of the number of hydrogen, it becomes our limiting reactant.
(6 moles H2) x (2 moles NH3/3 moles H2) = 4 moles NH3
Therefore, given enough amount of N2, the amount of NH3 that can be formed out of the 6 moles of H2 is equal to 4 moles.
D. To move the reader toward the climax of the story This is the correct naswer.
Authors create tension to engage the readers. Tension is what makes a story worth reading since it will touch or move the reader’s feelings. The reader’s rational side will be set aside by his/ her emotions.
These answers are not right:
A. To introduce the characters in the story and describe where the story takes place ( This is part of the setting).
B. To reveal the author’s personal bias and opinion ( The opinion should be infered through the whole story , not jut through the tension in it).
C. To neatly tie up loose ends at the story’s close ( The tension leads to the climax not to the end of the story),
There’s nothing that I dreamt of more,
Than to jump aboard a great big ship,
A telescope, a map, a sword, by my hip,
To feel the sea breeze in my hair,
To stroke my parrot on the wood chair,
To be bold and brave and happy as can be,
To trek and travel and sail the seven seas.
8 lines. Rhyme scheme aabbccdd. If I managed to write that in about 4 minutes, you could write something much better and longer in like 30 minutes. You can use my rubbish poem as inspiration lol. Good luck X
Training your dog
It is very important to train your dog. It keeps your dog’s mind active, and it help to build an understanding between you and your dog. Often, owners will shout at their dogs or even punish them when what is needed is training.
The error in grammar: it help
Correct verb form: it helps
In the simple present tense, third-person singular pronouns, like she, he and it, use conjugated verbs formed by the base form of a verb and the affix -s, -es, or -ies. For example: helps, thinks, cries, watches. In the excerpt provided, the error is in the verb help because it is not correctly conjugated for the pronoun it: it is missing an s at the end.
Correct answer: C). Genetically different haploid cells
Meiosis is a type of cell division in which four haploid cells are produced, which are genetically different from the parent. It reduces the chromosome number exactly half as contained in the parent. That is why it is called as a reductional division.
In the first round of meiosis I homologous pairs of chromosome separate and the sister chromatids separate during meiosis II.
A person or group who is not satisfied with the outcome of a trial
x(t) = 2.31 + 4.90t² – 0.10t⁶
If we are going to differentiate the equation in terms of x, we get the value for velocity.
dx/dt = 9.8t – 0.6t⁵
Calculate for the value of t when dx/dt = 0.
dx/dt = 0 = (9.8 – 0.6t⁴)(t)
The values of t from the equation is approximately equal to 0 and 2.
If we substitute these values to the equation for displacement,
(0) , x = 2.31 + 4.90(0²) – 0.1(0⁶) = 2.31
(2) , x = 2.31 + 4.90(2²) – 0.1(2⁶) = 15.51
Thus, the positions at the instants where velocity is zero are 2.31 and 15.51 meters.
The statement is equivalent to
120=0 (mod n), meaning that n divides 120.
All divisors of 120 will satisfy the statement because 120 divided by a divisor (factor) will leave a remainder of 0.
Factors of 120 are:
You can count how many such values of n there are, and try to check that each one satisfies 127=7 mod n.
Here are the following effects of loose money and tight
money policies on the actions being listed.
A. A loose money policy
is usually implemented as an effort to encourage economic growth.
This can lead to inflation when uncontrolled. The effects are:
1. Borrowing becomes easy
2. Consumer buys more
3. Since more people are willing to buy,
4. Employment rate increases due to
expansion of businesses
5. Since more people are employed, thus
production also increases
B. A tight money policy is a course of action to restrict spending
in an economy that is growing too quickly or to hold back inflation when it is
rising too fast. This can lead to recession when uncontrolled. The
1. Borrowing becomes difficult
2. Consumer buys less
3. Since people don’t have a lot of
money, business don’t expand
4. Unemployment rate increases due to businesses
5. Production decreases
The correct option will be DNA is contained in chromosomes, and chromosomes are contained in the cell nucleus.
DNA is the genetic material of the eukaryotic organisms which is organised into highly specialized structures to fit in the nucleus of every cell.
DNA forms association with proteins to form compact structure as:
1. 11 nm nucleosomes- formed by wrapping of DNA around histone proteins forming nucleosomes which appears as beads on a string structure.
2. 30 nm fiber– formed by folding of nucleosomes which form compact structure.
3. 300 nm looped structure– solenoid structure formed by folding of 30 nm fiber.
4. 700 nm chromosome structure– formed by folding of 300 nm structure forming compact structure called chromosome.
So, the continuous thread-like molecule of DNA forms a compact structure called chromosome by forming association with proteins which fits into the microscopic space of the eukaryotic nucleus.
Thus, DNA is contained in chromosomes, and chromosomes are contained in the cell nucleus is the correct answer.
I would say that the answer is D.
A is not true, since the mountain lion doesn’t predate on the owl. Therefore, the lion will not be affected by the removal of the owl.
B is not true either, since the sparrow and rabbit will still be the prey of the fox and the hawk. The population will most likely stay about the same in these two species in this ecosystem.
C isn’t necessarily true either. The removal of the owl will have some sort of effect on the ecosystem, but likely won’t affect the amount that the fox and the hawk usually eat.
That leaves D. If there’s more resources that birds use after the owl is removed, the hawk will most likely reproduce more and the population will grow. The other populations might not, since animals like foxes don’t use the same resources that the birds do.
Hope this helped you out! 🙂
The correct answer is: “Ford assumed office after Nixon’s resignation, continued many of Nixon’s policies, and did not win reelection in 1976”.
Gerald Ford (1913-2006) was the 38th President of the United States between 1974 and January 1977. He entered in office, complying with his duty as Vice President, after the resignation of President Nixon in August 1974, when he decided to do resign before confronting the inminent impeachment and removal from office.
In the elections in 1976 Ford defeated Ronald Reagan and became the presidential candidate of the Republican Party but was defeated in the elections by Jimmy Carter, who became the 39th President.
To counter this stagnation Gorbachev introduced the policies of Glasnost’ and Perestroika (Openness and Re-Structuring) hoping that people would be open about how to rebuild the communist system, and make it work better. All it did was allowed people to openly criticise the system – soon they were calling for it to be replaced.
Communism was also simply not delivering the promised “workers paradise”, wages were stagnant, housing shoddy, cars a rarity, and, from the 1970s they could see the differences between their lifestyle and the West on TV – especially when the (uncensored) Olympics were on.
Soviet Youth were growing tired of being told that they couldn’t see certain films, couldn’t listen to Western Music, or listen to Western Radio stations, even wearing jeans were frowned on. Glasnost’ allowed them to speak out against the regime – and enabled them to listen to the music they wanted.
In the Republics, people were tired of being told what to do by Russians, they wanted to govern themselves, or, at least, have more autonomy within the Soviet framework – but the centre would not budge. Because of Glasnost’ they could criticise and soon they began to organise. Eventually the people in the Baltic Republics started protesting – demanding independence, and soon, with the collapse of the union, they got it.
The event that pushed the Soviet Union into the history books was the failed coup of August 1991, when communist hard-liners tried to remove Gorbachev from office, and put in place a more Stalinist system – within two months of this coup the Soviet Union was no more.
On top of all this was the fact that the party-state elite no longer believed in communism, and saw in capitalism the chance to gain the wealth that they saw their Western contemporaries earn. This elite abandoned any pretence of communism from about 1989 onwards, setting up businesses, banks and taking over the ownership of the enterprises where they worked.
The capitalist revolution was, in fact, a revolution by the elite, for the elite.