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Andrew buys a truck in New Mexico and then moves to Oregon. A year later, he is driving his truck in Ohio, and causes an accident by running into another car, whose driver is from Virginia. In what states will the other driver be able to sue Andrew? Will the other driver be able to sue Andrew in federal court? State the reasons for your answer.
Weegy: According to legal considerations and keeping in view the given information the suit maybe filed at various places. [ [ The driver can file the suit in Texas as this is the place where the truck was bought as the information states that almost a year had passed when Miguel bought the truck in Texas and then moved to Washington. The suit can also be filed in Washington as Miguel was domiciled here whereas the driver was domiciled in Florida therefore the case can be filed there also. Another option to file the suit is in Oklahoma where actually the accident occurred. But if the case would have been different that more than one year had passed from the purchase of the truck to moving to another place then the option of Texas could be dropped out. This is because the suit may be filed as the statute of limitations (in this case 2 years) would have already elapsed on the sale of the truck. Therefore the chance of becoming the legitimate defendant is less. target=_blank rel='nofollow'> ' target=_blank rel='nofollow'> ] ] (More)
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•Summarize John Dewey's contribution to understanding the learning process.
Weegy: One of the Dewey’s main ideas is that education and learning are social and interactive processes, and thus the school itself is a social institution through which social reform can and should take place. [ Dewey didn’t agree with one-way delivery style of authoritarian schooling, because it does not provide a good model for life in democratic society. Instead, students need educational experiences which enable them to become valued, equal, and responsible members of society.He believed that students thrive in an environment where they are allowed to experience and interact with the curriculum, and all students should have the opportunity to take part in their own learning. Dewey said that an educator must take into account the unique differences between each student. Each person is different genetically and in terms of past experiences. Even when a standard curriculum is presented using established pedagogical methods, each student will have a different quality of experience. Thus, teaching and curriculum must be designed in ways that allow for such individual differences. ] (More)
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•Summarize John Dewey's contribution to understanding the learning process.
Weegy: Dewey believed that the center of education should be society. [ Making the student believe he is a part of society and what the student can (or should) contribute to society are main themes of education. ] (More)
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Weegy: Jared investigated chemical reactions based on smell, color change, and release of bubbles. Observation would support any conclusion Jared makes. (More)
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What is the conclusion for the case for Angelucci v. Century Supper Club?
Weegy: Respondent moved for judgment on the pleadings. For purposes of that motion, the parties agreed that plaintiffs did not ask to be admitted free, as women were, or at the price women were charged. Citing Koire v. [ Metro Car Wash (1985) 40 Cal.3d 24, 219 Cal.Rptr. 133, 707 P.2d 195, respondent contended that without such requests, plaintiffs could not recover. The trial court agreed, and entered judgment for respondent. ] (More)
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