Which of the following reformers outlined the social gospel in a book entitled Christianity and the social crisis? A) Jane Addams B)Walter Rauschenbusch C)Upton Sinclair D)ida tarbell
A null hypothesis is being tested. How does the confidence level affect the testing process? a. If you have a high confidence level, the chance of rejecting the null hypothesis is rare. b. If you have a low confidence level, the chance of rejecting the null hypothesis is nonexistent. c. If you have a low confidence level, the chance of rejecting the null hypothesis is rare. d. If you have a high confidence level, the chance of rejecting the null hypothesis is high.
Which method will provide the most emotional support in a new exercise program?. A) following a physical activity plan recommended by a friend. B) creating a flexible schedule that fits your daily routine. C) recording all physical activities in a journal. D) trying the new exercise program with a friend.
A possible fifth stage of cognitive development that characterizes adult thinking is _____. semiformal thought postformal thought informal thought preformal thought previous next
A student studying the following pedigree states that the person #9 is homozygous for a dominant trait Explain how she is able to determine this. please help:(. A. because both the male and female members of this family display the trait. B. because this trait appeared in every generation of the family. C. because this persons children both male and female all have the trait d. because this persons children all express the dominant trait even though her spouse is recessive for the trait
Which type of question do you answer based on making connections to your own experiences? A) interpretive. B) adaptive. C) evaluative. D) literal
"the world on turtle's back" is a creation myth because it focuses on characters whom the iroquois considered "gods." is an iroquoian story about people and animals who talk to each other. explains how the iroquois believe that the earth was created. describes iroquoian social and cultural values.
What is the defining feature of a progressive tax? a. A progressive tax is collected monthly, rather than yearly. b. A progressive tax is collected every year, rather than just once. c. Under a progressive tax, taxpayers have a more direct say in how their money is used. d. Under a progressive tax, those with more income shoulder more of the tax burden.
The National Organization for Women was actually organized by men and focused on voting. True or false?
Citizenship has three dimensions. Educational citizenship is defined as ______. a. Being well informed of issues important to your community b. Being the legal resident of a particular place c. Being an active member of the community d. None of the above
Which statements accurately define history? Choose all answers that are correct. A. It is the study of where people, places, and things are located. B. It is the documented story of change over time. C. It is the study of human behavior before records were kept. D. It is the study of the human past.
Which of the following were the main proponents of NAFTA? A. Environmentalists B. Labor unions C. Human rights groups D. Large corporations
The different environments of colonial North America contributed to a wide variety of educational institutions. settlement patterns. religious conversions. self-government.
What factors caused the Great Depression to spread around the world? Check all that apply. A. Americans stopped buying from overseas nations. B. Large numbers of jobless Americans moved overseas. C. Many countries raised tariffs on imported goods. D. Stock markets started to crash in many other nations. E. Americans demanded repayment of European loans.
When workers make fewer mistakes and do better work, it reduces ______. a. Management and waste b. Waste and rework c. Rework and Innovation d. Innovation and Management
Read the scenario. The citizens of Country D have noticed that the average prices of most goods within their nation have begun to rise. At the same time, employers are not raising wages at the same rate. The combination of these challenges has resulted in a decrease in overall demand, causing a decline in GDP. According to the scenario, what is the greatest economic challenge that Country D is facing? A) unemployment B) stagflation C) high production D) high wages
Why did Francis Townsend advocate federal support for retired Americans in the 1930s? a.he lost his fortune due to New Deal reforms b.he pitied people who did not have pensions c.he was forced to retire by younger people d.he retired with only $100 saved
The most useful advantage of adding a vegetarian hot-food option to a school lunch menu is limiting the amount of food that is wasted by the school. presenting an additional choice for teachers and staff. providing an additional choice for students on restricted diets. reducing the cost of lunch options for students and teachers.
It can be useful to have a mentor because they will help you _____. a. get comfortable quickly b. park in a better spot c. take longer lunches d. avoid customers
!!!HELP!!! Population growth during the Gilded Age was due in large part to A)unemployment among workers. B)an improved food supply. C)better health care. D)immigration to the United States.
Three distinctive features of the Australian ballot are: it is distributed by the candidates names of all candidates appear on a single ballot it is a short ballot it is prepared by the state or county at public expense it is printed by the state's majority party it is distributed at polling places by election officials
Why has presidential power grown over the past 200 years? A) the president has taken control of the legislative branch. B) the president has taken control of the judicial branch. C) early presidents changed the powers in the constitution. D) the federal government now plays a larger role in many areas.