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Identify 1 crime prevention method for property crime. How successful is this prevention method?
Weegy: One crime prevention method for property crime is the installation of security cameras. It is somewhat effective in that it may deter some would-be thieves, but prepared thieves can get past them pretty easily. (More)
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are ther any dog talent shows going on this year in NY
Weegy: Urban Word's Michael Cirelli & NYC Youth Poet Laureate Justin Long-Moton Thursday, Apr 28 6:30p One and One, [ New York Mike Geffner Presents The Inspired Word features Urban Word Executive Director Michael Cirelli and NYC Youth Poet Laureate Justin Long-Moton + 12-slot open mic (open not only to poets and spoken Read more: ] (More)
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What information is not included on your credit report? A. Information on employment evaluations B. Negative credit information, such as late or skipped payments C. Information on accounts held jointly with another person D. Information on open and closed accounts
Weegy: A. Information on employment evaluations User: Which of the following is true about credit reports? A. You are responsible for correcting any errors on your credit report. B. Reports only include accounts that have late payments C. You can choose to be excluded from all credit reporting, even if you have credit cards D. All credit reporting is done by the federal government (More)
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where is mikhou User: chkoun ana User: chkoun ana User: why i'am her User: you don'n know
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What are the separation techniques to separate sucrose from sugar cane
Weegy: Here is a link to page that explains the process of Direct production of white sugar from sugarcane juice or sugar beet juice. [ www.chemicalhouse.com:8080/nl_new/jsp/viewnewsitem.jsp?id=1339&newsitemid=1820&type=technical&categoryname=Sugar,Khandsari%20and%20Jaggery&sCategoryId=93 ] (More)
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journey of a cheese sandwich
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The cheese sandwich's journey begins when it is taken into the mouth, this process is ingestion. Whilst in the mouth, the large particles are broken down into much smaller particles, by chewing, which also mixes the food with saliva which contains a carbohydrase enzyme. This amylase digests the starch in the sandwich to glucose. The saliva is produced in the three salivary glands. These are called, parotid, sublingual and submandibular. When the sandwich is swallowed, the food reaches the oesophagus. The reason why the food goes down the oesophagus rather than the windpipe is that a flap called the epiglottis drops over the windpipe stopping the sandwich particles from getting into the lungs. The oesophagus links the mouth and the stomach together, so the particles of the cheese sandwich enter the stomach organ next, where the food mixes with a protease enzyme which digests protein. The carbohydrates which were digested in the mouth were used in the human body for energy. There is high of starch content in the bread of the cheese sandwich. The carbohydrates are like a body fuel. Professional sportsmen and women need a diet high in carbohydrates because they are active and need energy. Protein, on the other hand which will be found in cheese is used for building cells. Proteins are vital for growth and to repair damaged areas of the human body. Hydrochloric acid is present in the stomach to kill bacteria. It has a low pH, and the enzymes produced by the stomach work best in acidic conditions. The food empties from the stomach into the duodenum where it is mixed with enzymes and salts produced by the liver and enzymes made in the pancreas. The pancreas secretes three main enzyme types: protease enzymes, carbohydrase enzymes and also lipase enzymes run into the duodenum at the top the small intestine, where it continues its journey. The fats in the sandwich, which are in the butter and the cheese, are also used for energy. Fats act as a store of energy, which are used only when the carbohydrates run out. If there is too much fat it will store up and become obvious to other people that too much is stored. Bile is also alkaline to give the correct pH for the enzymes in the small intestine. The small intestine produces more enzymes to further digest proteins, fats and carbohydrates. Around the oesophagus and throughout the small intestine (duodenum and the 20ft long ileum) are circular muscles which press the sandwich particles along in a contacting and relaxing motion, so the food gets pressed along. This contracting and relaxing motion is called peristalsis. The muscles responsible for peristalsis need to be regularly exercised. The way these muscles get exercised is not just by normal foods going down and the muscles pressing the particles along. They become stronger by fibre going down and because fibre is difficult to digest the muscles have to press hard and like any other muscles in the human body, they become stronger when they are worked on. In the small intestine are millions of villi. These are small, but visible to the human eye, finger like structures which line the small intestine and are perfect for absorbing the food. The main reason why villi are so good at absorbing food is that they have a thin layer of outer cells, which act as a cell, called micro-villi. Whilst villi are structures, micro-villi are tiny cells outside the villi. The villi also have a high blood supply and provide a big surface area for absorption. In the small intestine the food is absorbed through the gut wall into the blood, which takes it around the body to wherever the particles are needed. The job of the enzymes in the small intestine is also to break down the foods. Chemical digestion, under the control of enzymes throughout the digestive system, takes up to twenty four hours to complete, depending on what the is being digested. Ultimately this is very thorough. Mechanical digestion on the other hand is done mostly in the mouth (where the teeth are biting down the cheese sandwich into much smaller pieces), but also in the stomach which churns food through muscular action. Mechanical digestion happens quickly but is less thorough at breaking down food. Only particles which have been chemically digested are able to pass through into the blood through the cell wall. The next part of the digestive system is the large intestine. Here the water is absorbed so it is not wasted and passed out with the faeces. Water plays a major part in digestion as 75% of our body is made up of water. The rectum stores the waste products and non-digestible food and completes the re-absorption of water. Finally, when convenient, the waste faeces are passed out of the body through the anus. This is called egestion.
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whats a comet? User: whats your name?
Weegy: I am sorry, going to your first question, What is a comet-A celestial body, observed only in that part of its orbit that is relatively close to the sun, [ having a head consisting of a solid nucleus surrounded by a nebulous coma up to 2.4 million kilometers (1.5 million miles) in diameter and an elongated curved vapor tail arising from the coma when sufficiently close to the sun. Comets are thought to consist chiefly of ammonia, methane, carbon dioxide, and water. ] (More)
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I can't to log in!Please help me... User: Help me!Please!
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You can't login to what?
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how would you describe your ability to priortize and organize your own and other's workload needs and skills?
Weegy: I would describe myself to be very good at priorotizing and organizing mine as well as other's workload. I ensure that everybody have adequate work that is challenging and rewarding. User: how to be a good team player? (More)
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what is relative expansion in metals for key 3
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Can you please rephrase your question.
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hi!
Weegy: how can i help you? [smile] User: haw are uoy? Weegy: i am fine and you? User: mitxari chemi saxeli? Weegy: Juba an giorgi swored mivxvdi? User: xelpasi ramdeni mak? Weegy: weegyze tu saertod? User: saertod Weegy: gaachnia sad mushaob? User: aba egec gamoicani Weegy: me buda var tu nostradamusi aba tu gamoicnob? User: kai mashin mitxari mamachems ra kviaaa? Weegy: me var chveulebrivi adamiani da magdeni saidan unda vicode vmushaob am saagentoshi da puls misxdian kitxvebze pasuxistvis magram ara zekitxebze pasuxistvis mkitxe is rac chveulebrivna adamianma unda icodes da ara kiom [smile] User: vi aris iagoa (More)
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A jogger jogs around a circular track with a diameter of 300 m in 10 minutes. What was the joggers average speed?
Weegy: average speed = (total distance)/(total time) = (pi*300)/(10) = 94.2 m/m (More)
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who is the director of trasformers?
Weegy: Michael Bay directed the movie "Transformers". (More)
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Why do you want to work here?
Weegy: I would like to be a part of this organization because I believe in the work that is done here, and I feel good about the reputation of this company, and I would like to be associated with that. [ I think I would be an asset to the team and I think I could make a really positive contribution. ] User: Can you tell me about yourself? (More)
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i took the morning after pill if you are sick does that mean you could be pregnant
Weegy: no i does not mean that you are pregnant but if you want to be sure that you are not you should buy a pregnancy test [smile] (More)
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You should really get a test to confirm if you are pregnant or not.
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The idea of emergency contraception —-or a morning-after pill—- is based on a theory. Under this theory, if a woman has unprotected sexual intercourse (without use of contraception, contraception failure or cases of rape) and fears she may become pregnant, she can take large doses of birth control pills to prevent a pregnancy.

Emergency contraception, essentially, is a high dosage of the birth control pill. It is recommended for use after sexual intercourse, over a period of 72 hours, to achieve the goal of preventing pregnancy.

There are three different ways birth control pills are currently being promoted for this use: progesterone alone, estrogen alone, or both of these artificial steroids together. Again, these are the same steroids found in the typical birth control pill.

Two of the most commonly used emergency contraceptive pills are Preven and Plan B.
Added 4/5/2009 9:15:55 PM
Identify 1 crime prevention method for property crime. How successful is this prevention method?
Weegy: One crime prevention method for property crime is the installation of security cameras. It is somewhat effective in that it may deter some would-be thieves, but prepared thieves can get past them pretty easily. (More)
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are ther any dog talent shows going on this year in NY
Weegy: Urban Word's Michael Cirelli & NYC Youth Poet Laureate Justin Long-Moton Thursday, Apr 28 6:30p One and One, [ New York Mike Geffner Presents The Inspired Word features Urban Word Executive Director Michael Cirelli and NYC Youth Poet Laureate Justin Long-Moton + 12-slot open mic (open not only to poets and spoken Read more: ] (More)
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Weegy: what can I help you with? User: who are you? Weegy: i am weegy! [h] User: hmmm Weegy: hmmmm User: where am i from? Weegy: earth User: no Weegy: Oh that's to bad because all that he has said is now coming to past. Would like to know more? User: i now coming to past. Weegy: ok what is your ? (More)
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What information is not included on your credit report? A. Information on employment evaluations B. Negative credit information, such as late or skipped payments C. Information on accounts held jointly with another person D. Information on open and closed accounts
Weegy: A. Information on employment evaluations User: Which of the following is true about credit reports? A. You are responsible for correcting any errors on your credit report. B. Reports only include accounts that have late payments C. You can choose to be excluded from all credit reporting, even if you have credit cards D. All credit reporting is done by the federal government (More)
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A. You are responsible for correcting any errors on your credit report.
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where is mikhou User: chkoun ana User: chkoun ana User: why i'am her User: you don'n know
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What's the best food for losing weight?
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What are the separation techniques to separate sucrose from sugar cane
Weegy: Here is a link to page that explains the process of Direct production of white sugar from sugarcane juice or sugar beet juice. [ www.chemicalhouse.com:8080/nl_new/jsp/viewnewsitem.jsp?id=1339&newsitemid=1820&type=technical&categoryname=Sugar,Khandsari%20and%20Jaggery&sCategoryId=93 ] (More)
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journey of a cheese sandwich
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The cheese sandwich's journey begins when it is taken into the mouth, this process is ingestion. Whilst in the mouth, the large particles are broken down into much smaller particles, by chewing, which also mixes the food with saliva which contains a carbohydrase enzyme. This amylase digests the starch in the sandwich to glucose. The saliva is produced in the three salivary glands. These are called, parotid, sublingual and submandibular. When the sandwich is swallowed, the food reaches the oesophagus. The reason why the food goes down the oesophagus rather than the windpipe is that a flap called the epiglottis drops over the windpipe stopping the sandwich particles from getting into the lungs. The oesophagus links the mouth and the stomach together, so the particles of the cheese sandwich enter the stomach organ next, where the food mixes with a protease enzyme which digests protein. The carbohydrates which were digested in the mouth were used in the human body for energy. There is high of starch content in the bread of the cheese sandwich. The carbohydrates are like a body fuel. Professional sportsmen and women need a diet high in carbohydrates because they are active and need energy. Protein, on the other hand which will be found in cheese is used for building cells. Proteins are vital for growth and to repair damaged areas of the human body. Hydrochloric acid is present in the stomach to kill bacteria. It has a low pH, and the enzymes produced by the stomach work best in acidic conditions. The food empties from the stomach into the duodenum where it is mixed with enzymes and salts produced by the liver and enzymes made in the pancreas. The pancreas secretes three main enzyme types: protease enzymes, carbohydrase enzymes and also lipase enzymes run into the duodenum at the top the small intestine, where it continues its journey. The fats in the sandwich, which are in the butter and the cheese, are also used for energy. Fats act as a store of energy, which are used only when the carbohydrates run out. If there is too much fat it will store up and become obvious to other people that too much is stored. Bile is also alkaline to give the correct pH for the enzymes in the small intestine. The small intestine produces more enzymes to further digest proteins, fats and carbohydrates. Around the oesophagus and throughout the small intestine (duodenum and the 20ft long ileum) are circular muscles which press the sandwich particles along in a contacting and relaxing motion, so the food gets pressed along. This contracting and relaxing motion is called peristalsis. The muscles responsible for peristalsis need to be regularly exercised. The way these muscles get exercised is not just by normal foods going down and the muscles pressing the particles along. They become stronger by fibre going down and because fibre is difficult to digest the muscles have to press hard and like any other muscles in the human body, they become stronger when they are worked on. In the small intestine are millions of villi. These are small, but visible to the human eye, finger like structures which line the small intestine and are perfect for absorbing the food. The main reason why villi are so good at absorbing food is that they have a thin layer of outer cells, which act as a cell, called micro-villi. Whilst villi are structures, micro-villi are tiny cells outside the villi. The villi also have a high blood supply and provide a big surface area for absorption. In the small intestine the food is absorbed through the gut wall into the blood, which takes it around the body to wherever the particles are needed. The job of the enzymes in the small intestine is also to break down the foods. Chemical digestion, under the control of enzymes throughout the digestive system, takes up to twenty four hours to complete, depending on what the is being digested. Ultimately this is very thorough. Mechanical digestion on the other hand is done mostly in the mouth (where the teeth are biting down the cheese sandwich into much smaller pieces), but also in the stomach which churns food through muscular action. Mechanical digestion happens quickly but is less thorough at breaking down food. Only particles which have been chemically digested are able to pass through into the blood through the cell wall. The next part of the digestive system is the large intestine. Here the water is absorbed so it is not wasted and passed out with the faeces. Water plays a major part in digestion as 75% of our body is made up of water. The rectum stores the waste products and non-digestible food and completes the re-absorption of water. Finally, when convenient, the waste faeces are passed out of the body through the anus. This is called egestion.
Added 10/20/2011 7:59:27 AM
whats a comet? User: whats your name?
Weegy: I am sorry, going to your first question, What is a comet-A celestial body, observed only in that part of its orbit that is relatively close to the sun, [ having a head consisting of a solid nucleus surrounded by a nebulous coma up to 2.4 million kilometers (1.5 million miles) in diameter and an elongated curved vapor tail arising from the coma when sufficiently close to the sun. Comets are thought to consist chiefly of ammonia, methane, carbon dioxide, and water. ] (More)
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how would you describe your ability to priortize and organize your own and other's workload needs and skills?
Weegy: I would describe myself to be very good at priorotizing and organizing mine as well as other's workload. I ensure that everybody have adequate work that is challenging and rewarding. User: how to be a good team player? (More)
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what is relative expansion in metals for key 3
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Can you please rephrase your question.
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hi!
Weegy: how can i help you? [smile] User: haw are uoy? Weegy: i am fine and you? User: mitxari chemi saxeli? Weegy: Juba an giorgi swored mivxvdi? User: xelpasi ramdeni mak? Weegy: weegyze tu saertod? User: saertod Weegy: gaachnia sad mushaob? User: aba egec gamoicani Weegy: me buda var tu nostradamusi aba tu gamoicnob? User: kai mashin mitxari mamachems ra kviaaa? Weegy: me var chveulebrivi adamiani da magdeni saidan unda vicode vmushaob am saagentoshi da puls misxdian kitxvebze pasuxistvis magram ara zekitxebze pasuxistvis mkitxe is rac chveulebrivna adamianma unda icodes da ara kiom [smile] User: vi aris iagoa (More)
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A jogger jogs around a circular track with a diameter of 300 m in 10 minutes. What was the joggers average speed?
Weegy: average speed = (total distance)/(total time) = (pi*300)/(10) = 94.2 m/m (More)
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who is the director of trasformers?
Weegy: Michael Bay directed the movie "Transformers". (More)
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Why do you want to work here?
Weegy: I would like to be a part of this organization because I believe in the work that is done here, and I feel good about the reputation of this company, and I would like to be associated with that. [ I think I would be an asset to the team and I think I could make a really positive contribution. ] User: Can you tell me about yourself? (More)
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i took the morning after pill if you are sick does that mean you could be pregnant
Weegy: no i does not mean that you are pregnant but if you want to be sure that you are not you should buy a pregnancy test [smile] (More)
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Updated 4/5/2009 10:06:55 PM
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You should really get a test to confirm if you are pregnant or not.
Added 4/5/2009 8:58:32 PM


The idea of emergency contraception —-or a morning-after pill—- is based on a theory. Under this theory, if a woman has unprotected sexual intercourse (without use of contraception, contraception failure or cases of rape) and fears she may become pregnant, she can take large doses of birth control pills to prevent a pregnancy.

Emergency contraception, essentially, is a high dosage of the birth control pill. It is recommended for use after sexual intercourse, over a period of 72 hours, to achieve the goal of preventing pregnancy.

There are three different ways birth control pills are currently being promoted for this use: progesterone alone, estrogen alone, or both of these artificial steroids together. Again, these are the same steroids found in the typical birth control pill.

Two of the most commonly used emergency contraceptive pills are Preven and Plan B.
Added 4/5/2009 9:15:55 PM
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