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Critical Reading Identify the letter of the choice that best answers the question. In “There Is No Word for Goodbye,” what is the meaning of “Sokoya” in Alaskan Athabaskan? A. mother B. uncle C. aunt D. sister
Weegy: A. mother User: Read the following lines from “There Is No Word for Goodbye”: A shade of feeling rippled the wind-tanned skin. To which senses does the imagery in these lines appeal? A. sight only B. sight and touch C. touch and taste D. touch only Weegy: B. sight and touch User: In “There Is No Word for Goodbye,” whom does the speaker address? A. Her mother B. Her Aunt C. Her Daughter D. The Reader Weegy: A. mother User: To which sense do these images from “There Is No Word for Goodbye” mainly appeal? Looking through the net of wrinkles into wise black pools of her eyes. A. sight B. sound C. touch D. taste Weegy: "Looking through the net of wrinkles into wise black pools of her eyes." appeals to the sense of A. sight. Thanks for asking Weegy! User: The primary subject of “The Raven” is which of the following? a mysterious journey a dead woman a grieving man a tormented dream A. a mysterious journey B. a dead woman C. a grieving man D. a tormented dream Weegy: Answer is C) a grieving man. User: Which of the following terms identifies the type of poem “The Raven” is? narrative epic lyric dramatic A. narrative B. epic C. lyric D. dramatic Weegy: The term which identifies the type of poem ?The Raven? is narrative. User: “Dream Deferred,” the lines “Or crust and sugar over— / like a syrupy sweet?” are an example of which kind of figurative language? simile metaphor personification paradox A. simile B. metaphor C. personification D. paradox Weegy: C. Personification (More)
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The meaning of Sokoya in Alaskan Athabaskan is: "aunt on the mother's side".
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according to abraham maslow what are our most basic and fundamental needs User: according to freud what part of the mind is concerned with morals and ethics? a.) ego B.) preconscious c.) id D.) superego
Weegy: esteem, friendship and love, security, and physical needs. The most fundamental and basic four layers of the pyramid contain what Maslow called "deficiency needs" or "d-needs": esteem, friendship and love, security, and physical needs. [ With the exception of the most fundamental (physiological) needs, if these "deficiency needs" are not met, the body gives no physical indication but the individual feels anxious and tense. Maslow's theory suggests that the most basic level of needs must be met before the individual will strongly desire (or focus motivation upon) the secondary or higher level needs. Maslow also coined the term Metamotivation to describe the motivation of people who go beyond the scope of the basic needs and strive for constant betterment. ] (More)
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Is the sequence 3, 12, 36, ... a geometric sequence? Explain. User: Identify the number as rational or irrational. Explain. -v127
Weegy: If this a geometric sequence then there is an m and b such that y = mx + b. We know two of the computations: 12 = m(3) + b 36 = m(12) + b Solve for m and b, use any procedure you wish. [ I subtracted to eliminate b, then found m = 8/3 and b = 4 So, the sequence is a(n + 1) = 8a(n)/3 + 4 The next number in the sequence should by 8(36)/3 + 4 = 100 Of course, the originator of this sequence may have had something else in mind, I speculated about the linear relationship. We really do not have enough information for any other speculation. ] (More)
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