Expected professional behavior based on courtesy and cultural norms defines _____. a. dinner rules b. appropriate dress c. business etiquette d. office procedures
In most states, elections for state offices are usually held _____. a) only in the years presidential elections are held b)three days after all absentee ballots are in c) when all voter registration issues are resolved d) on the same day congress sets for national elections
What kind of economy uses a free-enterprise system? a. closed economy b. command economy c. market economy d. traditional economy
Grasping a toy, writing with a pencil, and using a spoon are all examples of ________ motor skills. gross
Why did angry Greek citizens storm into the streets in 2012 to protest? A.) Some European nations threatened to take over the government of Greece if it couldn’t fix its economy. B.) The Greek government agreed to a bailout plan that required deep public spending cuts. C.) Great Britain threatened to expel Greece from the Eurozone. D.) The government of Greece agreed to a bailout plan that required it to nearly double the tax rate for most citizens.
What is the primary variable for predicting the likelihood of joining an interest group? a. having a higher income and education b. having an interest shared by others c. the region of the country in which an individual lives d. already being a member of a political party?
Which statements accurately describe Count Camillo de Cavour? Check all that apply. 1 Cavour increased the church’s influence in Italy. 2 Cavour favored rapid industrial growth in Italy. 3 Cavour opposed expelling Austria from Italy. 4 Cavour led the expansion of Sardinia’s influence. 5 Cavour became the new king of Sardinia in 1852.
How have voting amendments changed American society? They have limited the right to vote to certain groups of people. They have expanded the right to vote to more and more people. They create rules around who is eligible to vote to protect elections. They create laws that no state or local office can hold their own elections
In which part of a professional email should you try to be brief, but highly descriptive? A. The domain B. The subject line C. The emoticons D. The blind carbon copy (bcc)
According to virginia held in "feminist transformation of moral theory", feminist theories of self: see the self as related to specific humans in relationship see human selves primarily in competitive terms relate the individual to universal attempt to do away with the notion of the self altogether attempt to prove that the female self is naturally superior to the male self
Sociologists use the concept of "norms" to describe ________. a. standards by which people define what is socially desirable b. expectations or rules of behavior that develop from values c. ideas about what is true or false d. expressions of disapproval for violating socially acceptable behavior
Congress has the power to investigate what kind of power is this? A) an executive power B) A commerce power C) an expressed power D) an implied power
Canada's spoken languages have been MOST influenced by the countries of A) France and Spain. B) England and France. C) Portugal and Spain. D) France and Germany.
In terms of Civil Service Reform, what is a classified job position? a. a job filled on merit by competitive examination rather than patronage ( or who they know) b. a job given to an individual based on patronage rather than merit c. a job filled on the basis of need rather than education level d. a job given to wealthy and connected young men
Tailings are dangerous because they can A. increase the chances of a volcanic eruption. B. be very explosive. C. decrease the amount of nonrenewable resources available. D. release toxic elements into the groundwater or surface water. Mark for review (Will be highlighted on the review page)
__________________ is the ability to maintain your vehicle within your lane. passing tracking weaving racing
It would NOT be ethical to __________. a. steal the ball from another player during a game b. use your skills to score a basket by dunking the basketball c. fake an injury to get an extra timeout in a close game d. get a hit each time you are up to bat in a baseball game
Which of the following types of cases would have to begin in a federal court? A.dispute over a custody agreement about visitation rights between divorced parents B.dispute over a state law related to a traffic violations and speed cameras C.dispute that arose from a car accident that caused damage to a homeowners fence D.dispute that arose from a law limiting immigration in Arizona
Which of the following statements about economic activity levels is false? a. Planting and growing crops is a primary economic activity. b. Marketing agricultural products is a secondary economic activity. c. Processing agricultural products, such as canning or freezing in a factory, is a secondary economic activity. d. Raising livestock is a primary economic activity.
When supply is higher than demand, prices will a) rise until the demand falls. b) rise until the supply falls. c) fall until the demand rises. d) fall until the supply rises.
The four powerful pillars of democracy are: (Select four) A.) opportunity for education B.) taxation without representation C.) equality before the law D.) four representatives for each state or region E.) full access to public libraries F.) the citizen's freedom G.) voting rights
What were "the three Rs" taught in European public schools? reading writing religious instruction arithmetic
How did the Catholic Church respond to the Scientific Revolution? The Church tested new theories to prove or disprove them. The Church embraced new discoveries as signs from God. The Church persecuted scientists who challenged religious teachings. The Church supported the work of some scientists but not others.
Fill in the blank: In the judicial system, there are twelve _____ courts, which rank second highest in terms of authority. a. district b. Circuit c. County d. supreme