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Are there times when it is more appropriate to have an individual decision rather than a group decision. When and why?
Weegy: Let's take a family as the group. If you are deciding whether the family should go to the zoo or an amusement park this weekend, that should be a group vote with the kids. [ However, whether they should eat candy all day at the zoo or more nutritious food, that is a decision for one or both parents. The why should be obvious with my example, it is because the parents can better make a better choice. They have the ability to choose best for the group. ] (More)
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•• Angeeelica I will be contacting Weegy to inform them about the policies of some of the websites we as experts tend to cite as our sources, so I am not blaming you, I just want to give you a heads up on ask.com in particular. They do not allow citing due to the privacy policy they uhhold for the people that include their answers/personal information on the site. Here is a link to that policy:
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I do not see me in this discussion.But anyway thanks AngelInDisguise i will not post my answers from ask.com.Don"T know if i did it in the past i will check .But thanks.
Added 11/18/2011 12:39:43 PM
Angeelica...Shoot I'm sorry! I was commenting on something else of yours, and have way too many windows with archived conversations on them apparently...lol SORRY!
Added 11/18/2011 12:52:18 PM
••Jher000 I will be contacting Weegy to inform them about the policies of some of the websites we as experts tend to cite as our sources, so I am not blaming you, I just want to give you a heads up on ask.com in particular. They do not allow citing due to the privacy policy they uhhold for the people that include their answers/personal information on the site. Here is a link to that policy:
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No problem AngelInDisguise i didn"t knew either thanks for info.
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The length of time one can remain focused on the task at hand, such as reading, writing, studying, or working productively.
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Attention span is the length of time one can remain focused on the task at hand, such as reading, writing, studying, or working productively.
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Which of the following statements is NOT an example of irrelevant reasons? (Points : 1) Hey, trust me! Would I lie to you baby? It would be a grave mistake to think there is no hell. In fact, an eternal error. It is raining outside, so you will need to bring an umbrella. We have always done it this way, and I do not want to change policy.
Weegy: Hey, trust me! Would I lie to you baby (More)
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The statement "It is raining outside, so you will need to bring an umbrella." is NOT an example of irrelevant reason.
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