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Why do you think it is important to uphold academic integrity in your coursework?
it is important to hold academic integrity in your course work because it will be the measurement of how much you have learned with your own skills.
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User: Why do you think it is important to uphold academic integrity in your coursework?

Weegy: it is important to hold academic integrity in your course work because it will be the measurement of how much you have learned with your own skills.
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User: How would you determine the best way to communicate with each group?

User: Think about sharing information with different groups of people: for example, friends, coworkers, or classmates. How would you determine the best way to communicate with each group?

Weegy: When communicating, it is important to think about how you will impact your audience. For example, if your audience is your best friend, you can talk much more casually because there is an established level of comfort with that person. [ However, when communicating with your boss or professor, the way you talk to them may have an impact on your grades or job. Furthermore, you don't know your boss or professor the way you do your best friend. They might be offended by things your friend wouldn't think anything of. ]
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User: What things do you take into consideration when beginning to plan for investments? Why is it important to understand your long term goals before you begin investing?

Weegy: First you should define what your goals are. Are you investing for retirement years from now? or do you need the money soon? This is important to know because it factors into your strategy of investing. [ If you're investing for retirement and you still have several decades, you can afford to accept more risk with the potential of higher returns. If you'll need the money soon, then generally, you'd choose less risky investments with possibly lower but more stable returns so you won't lose everything you have in case something goes wrong. Besides goals, it's also important to assess your own risk tolerance. Don't do anything you're uncomfortable with, but also be aware that you may not profit from every investment. ]
Expert answered|Fanboy|Points 110|

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