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Which of the following is true about semi-conductors: A. Exposing a crystal of a semiconductor to heat or light starts displacing valence electrons which then move throughout the crystal B. Neither free electrons nor holes are considered charge carriers in a semi-conductor C. A material is classified as a semiconductor if its resistance to the flow of electric current is too low to permit it to be called a conductor D. Gold and silver are important semiconductors
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A material is classified as a semiconductor if its resistance to the flow of electric current is too low to permit it to be called a conductor is true about semi-conductors.
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A library's online catalog is a computerized index of A. library members. B. books found within the library. C. library staff contact numbers. D. search engines offered by the library.
Weegy: A library's online catalog is a computerized index of books found within the library. User: When beginning to research a given topic, it's important to A. look at books on every aspect of your topic. B. remember your topic and stay focused. C. browse different types of books and Internet sites. D. understand that quality sources can't be found online. Weegy: When beginning to research a given topic, it's important to remember your topic and stay focused. User: You're least likely to feel that an Internet source is reliable if the information is posted A. without a specific author. B. on the website of a local university. C. on behalf of a university department. D. on the United States Department of Labor website. Weegy: You're least likely to feel that an Internet source is reliable if the information is posted without a specific author. User: The credibility of a work deals mainly with A. the author. B. correctness of information. C. objectivity. D. the support for ideas. Weegy: The credibility of a work deals mainly with: correctness of information. User: You've found an Internet article that supports your view of a research subject. The author seems to have excellent credentials, and the article is very well written. However, the author seems to be using outdated information to support her claims, and you can't find other articles that corroborate her information. Which of the following statements best describes what your course of action should be and why? A. You should not use the article as a reference. The lack of corroboration and outdated information outweigh the author's credentials. B. You should use the article as a reference. The author is obviously an expert in her field and the information doesn't need to be "nitpicked." C. You should not use the article as a reference. Information from the Internet isn't trustworthy. D. You should use the article as a ... (More)
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A search engine will help you A. borrow a book from the library. B. speak with a reference librarian. C. revise a rough draft. D. find information on the Internet.
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After conducting interviews, you must determine A. if your topic is appropriate. B. how to add all the information to your paper. C. when you'll finish the planning stage of research. D. how the information you've obtained fits in with your own ideas.
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The most important difference between an outline and a finished piece of writing is the A. point of view. B. grammatical structure. C. order of events. D. details.
Weegy: The most important difference between an outline and finished writing is the grammatical structure. [smile] User: An idea that's intended to make the reader take notice and want to read on is called a A. presentation. B. point of view. C. hook. D. summary. Weegy: An idea that's intended to make the reader take notice and want to read on is called a: HOOK. User: f a comment is culturally insensitive, it's one that may be considered _______ to certain groups or cultures. A. offensive B. savvy C. awkward D. redundant Weegy: If a comment is culturally insensitive, it's one that may be considered offensive to certain groups or cultures. User: A disadvantage of using a sentence outline instead of a topic outline is that a sentence outline is often A. time-consuming to develop. B. overreliant on big ideas. C. not descriptive. D. underdeveloped. Weegy: A disadvantage of using a sentence outline instead of a topic outline is that a sentence outline is often time-consuming to develop. User: Determining your point of view toward a topic helps you decide A. who your audience is. B. whether to write a topic or sentence outline. C. the main idea of your essay. D. which aspects of the topic to discuss. (More)
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Determining your point of view toward a topic helps you decide which aspects of the topic to discuss.

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