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The learners who like to talk things through and listen to others' opinion and ideas are _________. (Points : 1) Auditory Visual Kinesthetic Receptive
The learners who like to talk things through and listen to others' opinion and ideas are Auditory.
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What does Tom Cruise’s character do to establish the trustworthiness of this witness
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What does Tom Cruise’s character do to establish the trustworthiness of this witness? How does Cruise ultimately provoke Nicholson’s character to lose his temper? "A Few Good Men, the fact that Jack Nicholson’s character is an expert is not in question."
Weegy: In this dramatic courtroom thriller, Lt. Daniel Kaffee, a Navy lawyer who has never seen the inside of the courtroom, defends two stubborn Marines who have been accused of murdering a colleague. [ The team rounds up many facts and Kaffee is discovering that he is really cut out for trial work. ] (More)
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You didn't answer the users question at all. This is a synopsis of the movie.
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Weegy: Hi, how are you? User: What does Tom Cruise’s character do to establish the trustworthiness of this witness? How does Cruise ultimately provoke Nicholson’s character to lose his temper? What general conclusions can you draw regarding the trustworthiness of this expert source? Why might the senior military leader in this scene be inclined to withhold the truth. Explore how deceitfulness might be used by those who seek to obtain or maintain power and control over others. How might you use your critical thinking skills when establishing whether an expert is trustworthy? Weegy: Tom Cruise's character, presented the facts of the case are in a straight-forward manner. Set the tone, planted the seeds of doubt in the defense case, he asked short and precise questions. [ Listened carefully made the flow of testimony concrete, finally closed with some opening remarks. He had a specific outline and a roadmap. ] (More)
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1. What does Tom Cruise’s character do to establish the trustworthiness of this witness? How does Cruise ultimately provoke Nicholson’s character to lose his temper? 2. What general conclusions can you draw regarding the trustworthiness of this expert source? 3. Why might the senior military leader in this scene be inclined to withhold the truth. Explore how deceitfulness might be used by those who seek to obtain or maintain power and control over others. 4. How might you use your critical ...
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Explore how deceitfulness might be used by those who seek to obtain or maintain power and control over others in a movie A Few Good Men
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