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Which statement best describes the difference between speed and velocity? A. Velocity is speed with a direction. B. Speed is velocity with a direction. C. Velocity is acceleration with a direction. D. Velocity measures position, while speed does not.
Weegy: Velocity is speed with a direction. User: How long will it take a plane flying north from Miami to reach New York City, 1800 km away, if the average velocity of the plane is 940 km/h? A. about 1 hour B. about 1.9 hours C. about 2.1 hours D. about 2.5 hours Weegy: B. about 1.9 hours will take a plane flying north from Miami to reach New York City, 1800 km away, if the average velocity of the plane is 940 km/h (More)
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Which of the following is an example of a measurement of velocity? A. 1 m B. 1 m/s C. 1 m/s² D. 1 m/s north \
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A baseball player throws a baseball with a velocity of 13 m/s north. It is caught by a second player seven seconds later. How far is the second player from the first player? A. 91 meters north B. 91 meters south C. 91 meters east D. 91 meters west
Weegy: A. 91 meters north. The second player is 91 meters north of the first player. User: A dog runs east for 21.25 meters. It takes the dog 8.5 seconds to cover this distance. What is the dog's average velocity? A. 1.5 m/s east B. 2.5 m/s east C. 3.5 m/s east D. 4.5 m/s east Weegy: D. 4.5 m/s east User: Which statement best describes the difference between speed and velocity? A. Velocity is speed with a direction. B. Speed is velocity with a direction. C. Velocity is acceleration with a direction. D. Velocity measures position, while speed does not. Weegy: Which statement best describes the difference between speed and velocity? D. Velocity measures position, while speed does not. (More)
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The expression "civic duty" refers to a A. fine paid to the government for not voting. B. duty prescribed by law and enforced by the police. C. duty a person owes to their community and the people around them. D. law ordering people to perform community service.
Weegy: C User: The term "non-voter" describes a person who is A. not allowed to vote. B. eligible to vote but chooses not to C. overseas during an election. D. a convicted felon. User: Which of the following is not a voting requirement? A. selective service registration B. at least 18 years of age C. legal U.S. citizen D. resident in state where registration is requested (More)
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Selective service registration is not a voting requirement.
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A person who gives opinions about news and current events is called a A. news producer. B. commentator. C. television anchor. D. field reporter.
Weegy: The answer is Television anchor. User: Which terrorist organization claimed responsibility for the attacks on September 11, 2001? A. the Taliban B. the Iraqi Terrorist Organization C. the Palestine Liberation Organization D. al-Qaeda User: Which of the following does not affect the results of an opinion poll? A. question order B. question wording C. the timing of the questions D. question difficulty User: In 2006, who was selected as the first female Speaker of the House of Representatives? A. Hillary Clinton B. Condoleezza Rice C. Christine Gregoire D. Nancy Pelosi Weegy: D. Nancy Pelosi User: What was the name of the writer for the New Republic who got caught fabricating news stories? A. Jack Kelley B. Jayson Blair C. William F. Buckley D. Stephen Glass Weegy: D. Stephen Glass. In 1998, features writer Stephen Glass was revealed in a Forbes Digital investigation to have fabricated a story called "Hack Heaven". [ [ [ A TNR investigation found that most of Glass' stories had used or been based on fabricated information. The story of Glass's fall and TNR editor Chuck Lane's handling of the scandal was dramatized in a 2003 film Shattered Glass, based on a 1998 article in Vanity Fair ] ] User: Daniel Ellsberg released copies of a U.S. military report commonly referred to as A. Nixon's Notes. B. the War Papers. C. the Pentagon Papers. D. the Vietnam Memorandum. Weegy: C. the Pentagon Papers User: Journalism that intentionally and transparently adopts a non-objective viewpoint is known as A. tabloid journalism. B. advocacy journalism. C. traditional journalism. D. neutral journalism. Weegy: B. Advocacy Journalism: a genre of journalism that intentionally and transparently adopts a non-objective viewpoint, usually for some social or political purpose. User: Which of the following is not a role of the media in an election? A. to persuade voters not to vote B. to serve as a gatekeeper of information C. to ... (More)
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