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Why do your readers need to understand this cause and effect relationship? "How to get kids to do anything".
Weegy: Mainly because A cause and effect analysis is an attempt to understand why things happen as they do. [ People in many professions—accident investigators, scientists, historians, doctors, newspaper reporters, automobile mechanics, educators, police detectives—spend considerable effort trying to understand the causes and effects of human behavior and natural phenomena to gain better control over events and over ourselves. If we understand the causes of accidents, wars, and natural disasters, perhaps we can avoid them in the future. If we understand the consequences of our own behavior, perhaps we can modify our behavior in a way that will allow us to lead happier, safer lives. Whether students recognize cause-and-effect relationships or not, they are affected by them every day. Students experience them in their own lives, see them occur in the lives of others, read about them in both narrative and expository texts, and are asked to write about them. To be successful, students need to be able to clearly recognize these relationships so that they are able to think analytically in their personal and academic lives. Without the ability to identify these relationships, students are at risk socially and academically. They will not understand actions and consequences or be able to understand or describe phenomena at a deep level. Read more on TeacherVision: ] (More)
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Find the sum of the squares of the integers frm 1 to MySquare, where MySquare is input by the user.
Weegy: Create three ints: i, [ MySquare and Sum. prompt for MySquare and load the input from cin to MySquare. If MySquare 0. initialize Sum and i to 0. for i from 1 to Mysquare set Sum= Sum+ (i^2) print your answer. Return 0. You should be able to find the relevant functions easily. ] (More)
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What is happening in the poem Stopping by woods on a snowy evening by rbert frost? What is the conflict for this speaker? How does the speaker resolve his conflict?
Weegy: This is a poem to be marveled at and taken for granted. Like a big stone, like a body of water, like a strong economy, however it was forged it seems that, once made, it has always been there. [ [ Frost claimed that he wrote it in a single nighttime sitting; it just came to him. Perhaps one hot, sustained burst is the only way to cast such a complete object, in which form and content, shape and meaning, are alloyed inextricably. One is tempted to read it, nod quietly in recognition of its splendor and multivalent meaning, and just move on. Like the woods it describes, the poem is lovely but entices us with deepness of interpretation, in this case. It stands alone and beautiful, the account of a man stopping by woods on a snowy evening, but gives us a come-hither look that begs us to load it with a full inventory of possible meanings. We protest, we make apologies, we point to the dangers of reading poetry in this way, but unlike the speaker of the poem, we cannot resist. ] ] (More)
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What is happening in the poem The Road Not Taken by robert frost? What is the conflict for this speaker? How does the speaker resolve his conflict?
Weegy: Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken" dramatizes the conflict of having to make a choice between two paths (both of which lead to a future that is uncertain) and the fear of making the wrong decision. [ The conflict is dramatized so well, in fact, that the reader can easily sympathize with the speaker and miss the poet's subtle attempt to underline the foolishness of worrying too much over what might have been. ] (More)
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Give an example of a while loop
Weegy: For example, in the C programming language (as well as Java and C++, which use the same syntax in this case), the code fragment int x = 0; while (x < 5) { printf ("x = %d\n", x); x++; } first checks whether x is less than 5, which it is, [ so then the {loop body} is entered, where the printf function is run and x is incremented by 1. After completing all the statements in the loop body, the condition, (x < 5), is checked again, and the loop is executed again, this process repeating until the variable x has the value 5. Note that it is possible, and in some cases desirable, for the condition to always evaluate to true, creating an infinite loop. When such a loop is created intentionally, there is usually another control structure (such as a break statement) that controls termination of the loop. For example: while (true) { //do complicated stuff if (someCondition) break; //more stuff } ] (More)
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