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What does the Supreme Court use to decide whether a State law amounts to an “establishment” of religion? A. the 1st Amendment B. the Establishment Clause C. the Lemon test D. the Bill of Rights
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What makes the United States a heterogeneous country? A. its diverse population B. the current white majority of the population C. its size D. its democratic vision
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Its diverse population makes the United States a heterogeneous country.

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Which reason do some people give to explain why women earn less money then men, other than discrimination? A. Some women put their careers on hold to have children. B. Women are better educated and don t need the money. C. Women have too much experience and not enough education. D. Federal law encourages differences in pay.
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Some women put their careers on hold to have children - is a reason some people give to explain why women earn less money then men, other than discrimination.
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What does the Supreme Court use to decide whether a State law amounts to an establishment of religion? A. the 1st Amendment B. the Establishment Clause C. the Lemon test D. the Bill of Rights
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The uncertainty associated with decision making is referred to as: A. opportunity cost. B. selection of alternatives. C. financial goals. D. risk.
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The uncertainty associated with decision making is referred to as: RISK.
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