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One main difference between the United States Constitution and state constitutions is that state constitutions A. can't be amended. B. don't have bills of rights. C. don't provide for a legislature. D. are much longer.
Weegy: One main difference between the United States Constitution and state constitutions is that state constitutions D. [ are much longer. ] (More)
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Regarding use of the media, spin can best be defined as A. casting a positive light on negative facts. B. meaningless arguments. C. deliberately fabricating information. D. arguments based on emotion rather than reason.
Weegy: C. casting a positive light on negative facts User: Why does the Central Intelligence Agency have more freedom of action than other federal agencies? A. It answers to Congress only for its financial needs. B. It carries out U.S. foreign policy under the FBI. C. The agency doesn't report to anyone. D. Both its budget and operations are secret. Weegy: The C.I.A. actually does report to both the president and congress. The C.I.A. does not carry out foreign policy under the F.B.I. and in fact does not carry out foreign policy at all. That is the State Department. [ Only some of it's budget and operations are secret to most U.S. citizens, but they are not without government oversight. ] (More)
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If you're an auditory learner, you should A. make flash cards. B. recite important items of the text out loud. C. study quietly. D. read carefully since you aren't primarily visual.
Weegy: If you're an auditory learner, you should A. recite important items of the text out loud. User: What is paraphrasing? A. Using your own words to restate what an author has said B. Making an outline of important headings in each section C. Copying an author's writing into your notebook D. Prereading the headings, table of contents, and list of objectives Weegy: Paraphrasing is: Using your own words to restate what an author has said. User: Suppose you encounter an unfamiliar word as you're reading. One way to figure out the meaning of this word is to A. look at the context of the word. B. use metacognition. C. use prereading. D. survey the section of material. Weegy: C. look at the context of the word. User: Use a dictionary to A. create study guides. B. find the words you need to express your idea. C. find the history, date first used, and meaning of a word. D. organize your time. User: When establishing a study schedule, you should begin by A. deciding when you want to complete the first module. B. setting a target date for completing your program. C. planning for the time to submit your first examination. D. scheduling your first day of study. Weegy: B. setting a target date for completing your program. User: What is a mnemonic? A. Learning while you sleep B. The technique of reviewing while you exercise C. A method to improve your scheduling D. A trick, game, or rhyme to help you remember something Weegy: A mnemonic is A. A trick, game, or rhyme to help you remember something. User: Which one of the following actions should become an important part of your study schedule? A. Finding out what works for others and then following the exact same schedule B. Studying only in large blocks of time at one sitting C. Taking regular breaks from your studies to keep focused D. Eliminating the activity in which you spend the most time Weegy: The following action should become an important part of your ... (More)
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