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Jason and Kyle both choose a number from 1 to 10 at random. What is the probability that both numbers are odd? Type your answer in the blank to the left. A. 1/3 B. 1/2 C. 1/4 D. 1/8
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In 1765, which group of American colonists protested “taxation without representation” by sending a protest to the British king? A. Stamp Act Congress B. minutemen C. New Albany patriots D. New England Confederation
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Media impact has become an important fact of electoral politics. Which of the following explains the limits of the media’s influence on public attitudes about politics? A. Candidates rely mostly on their party organizations for public exposure. B. Voters are already well informed and aren’t influenced by the media. C. People generally watch, listen, and read sources that agree with their own viewpoints. D. Media sources fail to project positive images of people seeking public office.
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People generally watch, listen, and read sources that agree with their own viewpoints. This has become an important fact of electoral politics. Which of the following explains the limits of the media’s influence on public attitudes about politics.
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