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Why is it important to determine if a site is biased? Bias affects the quality of the information and its accuracy. Bias doesn't matter, so it's not important to find out about a site's bias. Bias means that a site's information may be too dated to be useful. Bias can cause a site's information to be too shallow to be useful
Weegy: It is important to determine if a site is biased because it affects the quality of the information and its accuracy. Bias doesn't matter, so it's not important to find out about a site's bias. [ Bias means that a site's information may be too dated to be useful. Bias can cause a site's information to be too shallow to be useful. ] User: Mark Antony expertly used __________, or the language of persuasion, to provoke the Roman crowd into a riot. rhetoric characterization falling action theme Weegy: Mark Antony expertly used RHETORIC, or the language of persuasion, to provoke the Roman crowd into a riot. User: Which choice correctly labels the missing numbers? 1. Pathos; 2. Logos 1. Ethos; 2. Pathos 1. Logos; 2. Ethos 1. Logos; 2. Pathos Weegy: Ethos, Pathos and Logos are the 3 pillars of public speaking, does this answer your question? User: Perhaps you would like to know more about the believes of Tibetan Buddhists. a. beliefs b. beleaves c. belifes d. Correct as is Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D Weegy: The answer is a. beliefs. Perhaps you would like to know more about the beliefs of Tibetan Buddhists. User: The thesis statement guides the researcher's __________ and aids the reader in __________ the essay's ideas. reading . . . writing research . . . writing writing . . . comprehending comprehension . . . stealing (More)
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The thesis statement guides the researcher's writing and aids the reader in comprehending the essay's ideas.
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Which of the following choices is NOT a use for project plans in school? A. science fair projects B. nightly homework C. history research papers D. student government fundraisers
Weegy: B. nightly homework he following choices is NOT a use for a project plans in school. User: The Oxford English Dictionary traces the development of _____________ words in the English language. a. some c. important b. all d. changing (More)
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The Oxford English Dictionary traces the development of all words in the English language.
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Important design elements to consider when creating slides include which of the following: A. word selection B. selecting background designs C. selecting a theme D. writing content
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Important design elements to consider when creating slides include: Selecting background designs.

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Name two primary decomposers and describe their function in the recycling of life materials.
Weegy: The primary decomposers of litter in many ecosystems are fungi. Unlike bacteria, which are unicellular organisms, most saprotrophic fungi grow as a branching network of hyphae. [ While bacteria are restricted to growing and feeding on the exposed surfaces of organic matter, fungi can use their hyphae to penetrate larger pieces of organic matter. Additionally, only wood-decay fungi have evolved the enzymes necessary to decompose lignin, a chemically complex substance found in wood. These two factors make fungi the primary decomposers in forests, where litter has high concentrations of lignin and often occurs in large pieces. Fungi eat the dead matter by releasing acid found in their body to melt the decaying material, then sucking in all the acid, along with the melted material.[citation needed] Over time, the fungi will eat all the material left. Hyphae are used to drain the melted material and acid are also used in reproduction. When two fungi's hyphae grow close to each other, they will then fuse together and form another fungus.[citation needed] That new fungus will then mature. Bacteria are important decomposers; they are widely distributed and can break down just about any type of organic matter.[2] A gram of soil typically contains 40 million bacterial cells, and the bacteria on Earth form a biomass that exceeds that of all living plants and animals. Bacteria are vital in the recycling nutrients, and many steps in nutrient cycles depend on these organisms. ] User: Which kinds of cells are always single-celled? eukaryotes prokaryotes User: Almost every cell in the human body is replaced every few years through the process of _____. (More)
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Almost every cell in the human body is replaced every few years through the process of MITOSIS.

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Prokaryotes are always single-celled.

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How can developing your emotional intelligence help you to build powerful and effective relationships?
Weegy: EQ that will help you manage the stress and emotions, Emotional intelligence affects: Your performance at work. [ Emotional intelligence can help you navigate the social complexities of the workplace, lead and motivate others, and excel in your career. In fact, when it comes to gauging job candidates, many companies now view emotional intelligence as being as important as technical ability and require EQ testing before hiring. Your physical health. If you’re unable to manage your stress levels, it can lead to serious health problems. Uncontrolled stress can raise blood pressure, suppress the immune system, increase the risk of heart attack and stroke, contribute to infertility, and speed up the aging process. The first step to improving emotional intelligence is to learn how to relieve stress. Your mental health. Uncontrolled stress can also impact your mental health, making you vulnerable to anxiety and depression. If you are unable to understand and manage your emotions, you’ll also be open to mood swings, while an inability to form strong relationships can leave you feeling lonely and isolated. Your relationships. By understanding your emotions and how to control them, you’re better able to express how you feel and understand how others are feeling. This allows you to communicate more effectively and forge stronger relationships, both at work and in your personal life. ] (More)
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how do firms compete in a monopolistically competitive market set output
Weegy: Consumers enter the market both with specific preferences and, just as important, specific perceptions. [ The economic model of competition called "monopolistic competitive" is a fairly complex understanding of tightly competitive markets for similar, but not identical, products. It is the consumer's perception of the products - nearly identical - as distinct in some important way that gives this model its name. This model is concerned with these perceptions and the impact of new firms entering such a delicate market. ] (More)
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Which kinds of cells are always single-celled? eukaryotes prokaryotes User: Name two primary decomposers and describe their function in the recycling of life materials
Weegy: The primary decomposers of litter in many ecosystems are fungi. Unlike bacteria, which are unicellular organisms, most saprotrophic fungi grow as a branching network of hyphae. [ While bacteria are restricted to growing and feeding on the exposed surfaces of organic matter, fungi can use their hyphae to penetrate larger pieces of organic matter. Additionally, only wood-decay fungi have evolved the enzymes necessary to decompose lignin, a chemically complex substance found in wood. These two factors make fungi the primary decomposers in forests, where litter has high concentrations of lignin and often occurs in large pieces. Fungi eat the dead matter by releasing acid found in their body to melt the decaying material, then sucking in all the acid, along with the melted material.[citation needed] Over time, the fungi will eat all the material left. Hyphae are used to drain the melted material and acid are also used in reproduction. When two fungi's hyphae grow close to each other, they will then fuse together and form another fungus.[citation needed] That new fungus will then mature. Bacteria are important decomposers; they are widely distributed and can break down just about any type of organic matter.[2] A gram of soil typically contains 40 million bacterial cells, and the bacteria on Earth form a biomass that exceeds that of all living plants and animals. Bacteria are vital in the recycling nutrients, and many steps in nutrient cycles depend on these organisms. ] User: An example of a parallel choice on a dichotomous key is brown hair or black hairhappy or sadold or young. (More)
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An example of a parallel choice on a dichotomous key is Brown hair and black hair.

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Held claims that this abstract concept has guided the development of Western ethics
Weegy: Held explores the transformative power of creating new kinds of social persons, and the potentially distinct culture and politics of a society that sees as “its most important task the flourishing of children and the creation of human relationships”. [ She describes feminist ethics as committed to actual experience, with an emphasis on reason and emotion, literal rather than hypothetical persons, embodiment, actual dialogue, and contextual, lived methodologies. ] (More)
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The most important functions of religion include a. social cohesion. c. emotional support. b. social control. d. all of the above
Weegy: Answer: all of the above. The most important functions of religion include social cohesion, emotional support, and social control. (More)
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The _____ consists of protoplasm and a nucleus. vacuole amoeba bacterium pseudopodium
Weegy: amoeba. The typical ameoba is basically an envelope that contains protoplasm and a nucleus. User: The _____ consists of protoplasm and a nucleus. vacuole amoeba bacterium pseudopodium Weegy: amoeba. The typical ameoba is basically an envelope that contains protoplasm and a nucleus. User: The chlorophyll of the green algae is spread throughout the cytoplasm of its cells. True False User: The chlorophyll of the green algae is spread throughout the cytoplasm of its cells. True User: Silicon dioxide forms the cell walls of _____. Weegy: Silicon dioxide forms the cell walls of DIATOMS. User: _____ algae are important in the formation of coral reefs. Brown Red Fire Golden-brown Weegy: RED algae are important in the formation of coral reefs. User: Algin is used for _____. filters marshmallows ice cream paint insulation polishing substances Weegy: Answer is ICE CREAM. "In the food industry, algin sometimes is used as a packing material for shellfish. [ Its derivatives, including sodium alginate and others, are commonly used as emulsifiers, thickeners and binding agents in foods such as ice cream, desserts, puddings and gels. Algin is commonly used by manufacturers instead of similar man-made chemicals so they can label products as "all-natural." ] User: Camembert and Roquefort cheese are flavorful mostly because of _____. algae bacteria mold Weegy: Camembert and Roquefort cheese are flavorful mostly because of MOLD. User: Viruses do not require nutrients. True False Weegy: TRUE - Viruses do not require nutrients. User: Arthropods like mites and ticks can transmit rickettsial diseases. True False Weegy: True User: ____ are fungi which obtain nourishment from decaying plants. Saprophytes Spores Hyphae Molds User: Viruses reproduce by _____. asexual reproduction fission mitosis none of the above User: The main differences in genetic make-up between archaea and eubacteria are _____. gene sequences of ... (More)
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Saprophytes are fungi which obtain nourishment from decaying plants.

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NON VASCULAR plants are lack of internal tubal system.

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What is true about financial planning? B.Only short term goals are important. Once you have a plan, you shouldn't need to revise it. C.Financial plans should be reviewed regularly. D.All of the above.
Weegy: What is true about financial planning is: Financial plans should be reviewed regularly. (More)
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In ICS, the term 'resources' refers to all of the following items, EXCEPT FOR:
Weegy: In ICS, the term 'resources' refers to all of the following items, EXCEPT FOR: Funding - - - User: when completing ICS records or documents, you should follow all of the below guidelines, EXCEPT FOR: Weegy: When completing ICS records or documents, you should follow all of the below guidelines, EXCEPT FOR: Create your own unique reporting formats. User: Which of the following Sections is responsible for contract negotiation and monitoring? Weegy: Finance/Administration Section is responsible for contract negotiation and monitoring. page 10. User: ture of false: the analysis and sharing of information and intelligence are an important component of CIS Weegy: The analysis and sharing of information and intelligence are an important component of CIS. This statement is True. ecis2014.eu/E-poster/files/0413-file1.pdf (More)
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Jomo Kenyatta and Nnamdi Azikiwe were leaders of the anticolonial movement in a. Africa. c. Iran. b. Turkey. d. Persia. User: Jomo Kenyatta and Nnamdi Azikiwe were leaders of the anticolonial movement in a. Africa. c. Iran. b. Turkey. d. Persia. User: Under Kemal’s rule, a. women had more rights. c. the clergy had more influence. b. women had fewer rights. d. the army had more influence
Weegy: Under Kemal s rule, a. women had more rights. User: How have most African nations won their independence? a. With long and brutal wars c. With treaties and scandals b. Peacefully d. Most have not won independence Weegy: Most African nations won their independence A) with long and brutal wars. User: The Cold War was the cooling of relations between the Soviet Union and Western a. dictatorships. c. communists. b. democracies. d. socialists. Weegy: The Cold War was the cooling of relations between the Soviet Union and Western DEMOCRACIES. User: One of the ideas behind colonization was to create a new workforce that was a. more skilled. c. more creative. b. cheaper. d. easier to control. User: What strategic resource did the Germans want to obtain through the seizure of Stalingrad? a. Artillery c. Base camps b. Land d. Oil Weegy: The answer is a. Artillery. User: The Indian National Congress wanted a. eventual self-rule for India. c. a tax on British goods. b. a revolution to end British rule. d. control of India. User: Which historical event explains the large number of refugees to the United States arriving from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro from 1999 to 2001? A. unstable governments struggling with coastal piracy, militia groups, feuding warlords, and crumbling economies B. widespread famine caused by drought C. the break-up of Yugoslavia into smaller independent nations D. the break-up of the Soviet Union into smaller independent nations Weegy: Which historical event explains the large number of refugees to the United States arriving from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro from 1999 to 2001ANS. [ the break-up of Yugoslavia into smaller independent nations. ] User: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank are __________. A. no longer necessary to the economy B. run by the US government C. former nonprofit organizations D. global financial resources User: Which of the following statements is true ... (More)
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Religious differences were the main cause of the War regarding Civil War in Lebanon.
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Primary sources are a. the most important sources. b. sources referred to in lectures. c. the first sources a researcher should consult. d. sources from people who participated in, or witnessed, the event.
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Primary sources are: sources from people who participated in, or witnessed, the event.

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Regular visits to the dentist should be scheduled every __________. A. 3 months B. 6 months C. 12 months D. 18 months
Weegy: Regular visits to the dentist should be scheduled every 6 months. User: A commitment to being ethical is important for good leadership. (More)
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Identify whether the underlined noun clause in the sentence below is used as a subject, direct object, indirect object, object of a preposition or a predicate nominative. That the artists never shared a unifying style did not seem important to the critics. a. subject b. direct object c. indirect object d. predicate nominative e. object of preposition
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That the artists never shared a unifying style did not seem important to the critics.
The noun clause (that the artists never shared a unifying style) is used as the SUBJECT.
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The most important functions of religion include a. social cohesion. c. emotional support. b. social control. d. all of the above
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The most important functions of religion include all of the above: social cohesion, emotional support, social control.
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The Weimar Republic was unpopular because a. it was a harsh regime. b. people felt the constitution was not fair. c. it did not promote German business well enough. d. it signed the Treaty of Versailles which lead to a severe economic downturn in Germany.
Weegy: The Weimar Republic was unpopular because it did not promote german business well enough. User: Before WWI, ______________ had been the world's creditor. No country took its place after the war. a. Great Britain c. Germany b. France d. the United States Weegy: Before WWI, a. Great Britain had been the world's creditor.No country took its place after the war. User: After Spain’s split, the Soviets sent aid to the a. Nationalists. c. Loyalists. b. Communists. d. Traditionalists. User: The socialist Nationalist party won the Spanish Civil War. Weegy: The socialist Nationalist party won the Spanish Civil War. FALSE. User: Fears about the spread of fascism and communism were a driving force during a. World War I. c. Spanish Civil War. b. World War II. d. Anglo-Egyptian War. Weegy: c. Spanish Civil War. User: Which of the following agreements made war illegal? a. League of Nations c. Treaty of Versailles b. Kellogg-Briand Pact d. International-Brigades Agreement Weegy: Kellogg-Briand Pact was an agreement to make war illegal. User: Francisco Franco Weegy: Francisco Franco y Bahamonde was a Spanish military leader and statesman who ruled as the dictator of Spain from 1936 until his death. [ He came to power during the Spanish Civil War while serving as the General simo of the Nationalist faction ] User: The Kellogg-Briand Pact was unsuccessful because a. Franco's Nationalists defeated the Loyalists in Spain. c. Mussolini had plans to expand his empire. b. Japan withdrew from the League of Nations. d. there was no way for the world powers to enforce the agreement. Weegy: The Kellogg-Briand Pact was unsuccessful because d. there was no way for the world powers to enforce the agreement. [ The Kellogg Briand Pact was an international agreement in which signatory states promised not to use war to resolve "disputes or conflicts of whatever nature or of whatever origin they may be, which may arise among them. ] User: Osachi ... (More)
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Germany invaded the Sudetenland because Over three million Germans lived in this area, and these residents wanted a union with Germany.
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Humanists believe that A. humans and animals existed on the same level. B. life on earth is important in its own right. C. love is an illusion. D. Shakespeare didn't actually write the plays we think he did. User: In his comedies, Shakespeare is well known for A. revealing great heroes as common fools. B. the device of mistaken identity. C. fatally flawed characters. D. an unusual use of Middle English
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Humanists believe that: life on earth is important in its own right.
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In his comedies, Shakespeare is well known for: the device of mistaken identity.
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Citizenship has three dimensions. Legal citizenship is defined as ______. a. Being well informed of issues important to your community b. Being the legal resident of a particular place c. Being an active member of the community d. None of the above
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Citizenship has three dimensions. Legal citizenship is defined as Being the legal resident of a particular place.
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