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t Object]User: Which of the following is the most credible primary source to use for a research report on Henry Ford's influence on technology? A. labor union records of disputes with Henry Ford regarding working conditions B. a Time magazine article about why Henry Ford was chosen to be the man of the year C. Thomas Edison's recorded discussions with Ford on mass production D. a newspaper article describing Henry Ford's manufacturing plants
Weegy: C. Thomas Edison's recorded discussions with Ford on mass production User: A student is using an article published by Emile Jaansen in a research report on the effects of pollution. Emile Jaansen, PhD, wrote "The Effects of Pollution on the Population of Delhi," which was published on the Internet (www.usc.sciencedept.com) in 1987. Which of the following negatively affects the credibility of the source? A. the author's education B. the publication date C. the Internet address D. the broad nature of the topic Weegy: B. the publication date will negatively affect the credibility of the source. User: When you perform research for your project, the sources you absolutely MUST review are A. primary sources only. B. primary and secondary sources. C. primary, secondary, and tertiary sources. D. any two types of sources as long as you have two. Weegy: When you perform research for your project, the sources you absolutely MUST review C. primary, secondary, and tertiary sources. (More)
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What African animal was nearly made extinct by the demand for its body parts for European leisure products? A. tiger B. elephant C. giraffe D. lion
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Conrad's Heart of Darkness is based on a journey he took A. down the Niger River. B. through the Congo. C. into Kenya. D. down the Amazon. User: Another work written during the early 20th century that supports the cause of Congolese reform is A. Arthur Conan Doyle's The Crime of the Congo. B. George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion. C. D. H. Lawrence's Sons and Lovers. D. W. H. Auden's Poems.
Weegy: The answer is Arthur Conan Doyle's The Crime of the Congo. User: Which of the following is a TRUE statement? A. Joseph Conrad began a campaign for Congo reform as a reporter with a weekly magazine. B. Joseph Conrad founded a magazine titled West African Mail. C. Joseph Conrad and other writers supported the Congo Reform Association, and contributed to the cause by writing books. D. Joseph Conrad intended his novel as an adventure book for a mass audience. Weegy: C. Joseph Conrad and other writers supported the Congo Reform Association, and contributed to the cause by writing books is a TRUE. (More)
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