He would hang out no signals, he would take notice of none. He knew that a yearning glance fell upon him, now and then, through a film of tears, but he refused recognition of it. Based on the information about Tom’s aunt provided in these lines from the excerpt, it is clear that Tom’s aunt is crying and looking at him hopefully Tom is yelling at his aunt and making her feel bad Tom’s aunt is yelling at him and making him feel bad Tom is crying and looking at his aunt hopefully
Under lincolns plan for reconstruction: a. loyal governments appeared in five states, but congress refused to recognize them b. loyal governments were recognized by congress in three southern states c. 10 percent of elected officials in a state had to be black d. 10 percent of the 1860 voters had to take an oath of allegiance to the union e. leading confederates would be sent to prison
25. Why did the United States attack Afghanistan following the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001? A.Members of al-Qaeda had taken over the government in Afghanistan. B.The leaders of Afghanistan refused to abide by UN Resolution 687. C.Taliban leaders refused to turn Osama bin Laden over to U.S. officials. D.Taliban leaders threatened continuous attacks on the United States.
You and your sibling, whose name is ______ , go to your favorite store called Walmart. . There, ______. finds a toy to buy, called a nerf gun . He really wants this toy. The toy is labeled $3.99, and so he brings it to the cashier. The cashier tells your sibling, “That will be $4.19.” Your sibling removes four dollar bills from a pocket and then, finding no more money, starts to cry. He turns to you and begins asking questions as you walk away from the counter.
“Why was the label wrong? It said $3.99!”
You respond, “It rang up as $4.19 because of taxes . This is extra money business have to charge because the government saves the money in a piggy bank like we do, just in case something brakes, they can take money out of the bank to fix it. Things like roads and buildings. . We pay other types of taxes to the government such as federal state and local taxes
“Why do we pay them? It seems so unfair! Now I can’t have my toy!”
You respond, “We pay them because it’s the law Governments at each level provide us with different things such as roads, food for us to but It helps the economy because where would the government get their money, so they can buy things for us to buy
“It doesn’t help me. I shouldn’t have to pay. I’m just a kid.”
You respond, “Even kids benefit. One specific example is getting free vaccines. A way that our family benefits is how we get to pay only less after being hospitalized. A way that our community benefits is how we get new school buildings.
“How was I supposed to know all this? I don’t have 19 cents. What do I do now?”
You respond, “What you should do is create your own budget. A budget how you plan to spend your money. It lists all your income and expenses. When you subtract expenses from income
. what is left can be spent how you please , on things you don’t really need or it could be an emergency fund. The reason having a budget is bad is because you can’t spend all of your money that you would like to.
“Will my budget be anything like the government’s budget?”
You respond, “They have similarities and differences. Some similarities include paying for transportation. Some differences include the governments highest priority is social security, while personal budgets do not include that.
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For your first problem, it can be assumed that a budget is for recurring payments. This factors out a down payment, since this is a one–time thing that usually factors towards your overall payment for your apartment. When you’re renting, maintenance is usually paid for by your landlord; even if it’s not, it’s not something you will definitely pay for every single month, and only pay for it when something like a toilet breaks down or you have a leak in your ceiling. Taxes are pretty self–explanatory and should be included anyways… this is the only part that I’m a little iffy about. I would say that your answer, though, should be insurance, since it’s something that all renters should have and are sometimes even required to pay for.
For your second problem, the only answer that includes your personal properties, especially physical investments, is your assets. Assets are accounted for when doing things like taxes, since it represents all of your net worth and not just your regular cash income.
For your third problem, I’m not too sure. My best guess would be fail to pay their bills on time? I think this answer is the right one because one of the responsibilities of a credit agency is to keep track of people’s credit scores, and not paying a bill on time can negatively impact this score and must be reported so that the agency knows to lower your score. I would suggest doing a bit of research on this one, and take my answer with a grain of salt.
Hope this helped you out! 🙂
The correct answer is A) countries with universal education showed greater economic progress that countries without it.
The introduction of universal public education affected the economies of the United States and Europe in that nations with universal education showed greater economic progress that countries without it.
Universal education promotes the principle that everybody deserves an education and regardless of its race, sex or nationality, they should have equal access to an education opportunity. Universal education implies that all children have the obligation to go to school, to elementary school, and to secondary school. Their parents do not need to pay for the education of children at these levels.
In countries such as Mexico, universal public education is granted until college or university level, where students pay nothing or a minimal amount of money every semester to cover a basic registration, such as is the case of The National Mexican University, UNAM.