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What experiences (good or bad) have you (or someone you know) had with the IRS (or any other taxing authority)?
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What experiences (good or bad) have you (or someone you know) had with the IRS (or any other taxing authority)?
Weegy: In college, you often have an issue with reporting taxes more than once (such as if you are a dependent under your parents) this is subject to being audited. [ Other issues may include not claiming enough deductions or overreporting/underreporting income. ] (More)
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To become more sensitive to our tendencies to confuse facts and inferences, for the next 24hours pay attention to the language you use to describe people and interactions. Listen for words such as “is” and “are” that imply factual information. Do you find instances in which tentative language would be more accurate?
Weegy: Research in Science is cumulative which means that research conducted today may depend to a large extent on the work of numerous other researchers over a long period. [ The results of experiments are rarely conclusive and findings may later be shown to be inaccurate or based on false assumptions. For these reasons it is a good idea to be fairly tentative in your writing in the results and discussion sections. Make tentative statements rather than direct, categorical ones. For example, rather than writing 'This experiment proves…' it is preferable to use expressions such as: tends to… appears to… suggests that… would seem to… ] User: To become more sensitive to our tendencies to confuse facts and inferences, for the next 24hours pay attention to the language you use to describe people and interactions. Listen for words such as “is” and “are” that imply factual information. Do you find instances in which tentative language would be more accurate? Weegy: Research in Science is cumulative which means that research conducted today may depend to a large extent on the work of numerous other researchers over a long period. [ [ The results of experiments are rarely conclusive and findings may later be shown to be inaccurate or based on false assumptions. For these reasons it is a good idea to be fairly tentative in your writing in the results and discussion sections. Make tentative statements rather than direct, categorical ones. For example, rather than writing 'This experiment proves?' it is preferable to use expressions such as: tends to? appears to? suggests that? would seem to? ] ] User: To become more sensitive to our tendencies to confuse facts and inferences, for the next 24hours pay attention to the language you use to describe people and interactions. Listen for words such as “is” and “are” that imply factual information. Do you find instances in which tentative language would be more ... (More)
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Do you find instances in which tentative language would be more accurate? User: describe your observations. Be specific and use examples.
Weegy: HI! What do I need to observe? (More)
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Do you find instances in which tentative language would be more accurate?
Weegy: A tentative language would be more accurate in the description of phenomena. It is the language which does not make or generate any absolute certainties. It brings out thoughts as thoughts, rather than giving ideas as specific answers. [ Check out for more information. ] (More)
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Do you find instances in which tentative language would be more accurate?
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