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Who is recognized as the founder of sociology? A. Auguste Comte B. Francis Bacon C. Galileo Galilei D. Rene Descartes
Auguste Comte is recognized as the founder of sociology.
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Read the sentence and thesaurus entry below. Which synonym means the same as thwart as it is used in the sentence? Given all the energy we'd put into our practical joke, we hoped our parents wouldn't thwart our plans by giving away our secret. A. ruin B. baffle C. restrain D. frustrate
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Restrain means the same as thwart as it is used in the sentence:
Given all the energy we'd put into our practical joke, we hoped our parents wouldn't thwart our plans by giving away our secret.
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What is a simple sentence?
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Simple sentence is a sentence with only one independent clause (also known as a main clause).
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What term refers to the idea that a person's character and intelligence can be determined by measuring the shape and size of their head? A. anthropology B. ethnology C. phrenology D. sociology
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Phrenology refers to the idea that a person's character and intelligence can be determined by measuring the shape and size of their head.
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What is the BEST strategy to use when you find too much information on your topic? A. Broaden the subject area. B. Narrow the research question. C. Change the research topic entirely. D. Only use the first results of a search.
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Narrow the research question is the BEST strategy to use when you find too much information on your topic.
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Weegy: Stimulus means something that causes something else to happen, develop, or become more active. (More)
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