Of the following taxes, what is the name for the taxes that all homeowners must pay? A) Sales Tax B) Income Tax C) Excise Tax D) Property Tax this is for econ.
The crash risk for teenage drivers ___________ with one, two, or three or more passengers. a. decreases b. remains about the same c. increases incrementally
Which agency distributes blood? american red cross american cancer society center for disease control world health organization?
Which amendment is not described correctly? A. The Nineteenth Amendment gave women the right to vote. B. The Twenty-sixth Amendment lowered the voting age to 18 C. The Fifteenths Amendment gave former slaves the right to vote. D. All Amendments are described correctly
After their attack on Pearl Harbor, what did Japanese leaders do next? They offered peace terms to the United States. They tried to gain as much territory in the Pacific as possible. They invaded the West Coast of the United States. They sat back and waited for the United States to take action.
Under the spoils system in federal and state governments, A.elected officials appointed supporters to key positions. B.deserving people received government positions. C.government officials remained in key positions. D.democrats were appointed to key positions.
The U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) is best described as _____. A. a public and private partnership to increase understanding of the oceans B. a program to improve ocean safety C. a partnership aimed at protecting the environment D. all of the above
The two types of feature analysis are ___________ and ____________. a. feature detecting . . . feature complexity b. complex analysis . . . choice analysis c. change blindness . . . inattentional deafness d. bottom-up processing . . . top-down processing
Select the policies that are intended to encourage economic growth. _increasing government spending. _raising taxes. _reducing interest rates. _increasing the money supply.
Which statement best describes the public policy process? A. guidelines that control the nation’s economy and legal system B. laws that guide international trade and foreign relations C. a set of steps taken to develop an approach to solving a problem D. a series of debates open to the public on important issues
Which is a function of regulatory agencies? encouraging business compliance creating legislation for businesses encouraging negative externalities creating new business opportunities
When ideally should parents first communicate their expectations? A.) Expectations don't need to be communicated; they should be apparent B.) At the time of the behavior C.) After the consequence D.) Before the behavior starts or the child is in the situation
Taxes and government regulations are part of the ________________ environment of business. a. political / legal b. competitive c. social d. technological
What explains the increase in life expectancy in Botswana? A. the increased availability of jobs and an improved economy B. access to antiretroviral drugs, HIV/AIDS education, and widespread HIV/AIDS testing C. a series of military takeovers that stabilized the political system and led to education reform and increased literacy rates D. a recent military coup that led to an improved healthcare system
Which best describes how a proxy war differs from a traditional war? A) The opposing powers in a proxy war engage in a propaganda war. B) The opposing powers in a proxy war use others to fight on their behalf. C) The opposing powers in a proxy war use trade and economic means to fight each other. D) The opposing powers in a proxy war never openly acknowledge their involvement.
Hayden started smoking marijuana with friends regularly after school. She is most likely going to produce healthy levels of dopamine and strengthen her impulse control experience conditioning in her brain that will cause cravings improve her emotional control and develop her decision making reduce her need for dopamine and decrease her tolerance
Which of the following statements concerning correlation analysis is not true? A. A researcher may claim that one variable influences another if test results are significant. B. A researcher may claim that variables are related to each other if test results are significant. C. A researcher may claim that one variable causes another to occur if test results are significant. D. A researcher may claim that one variable can predict the outcome of another if test results are significant.
The Emancipation Proclamation affected the Union’s Civil War efforts by a.allowing the Union to turn its attention away from slavery. b.increasing the number of available troops for the Union. c.forcing Southern slaveholders to free enslaved people. d.forcing Northern African Americans to join the Union army.
_______ health insurance coverage pays for at least part of hospital costs and fees. A. Basic. B. PPO. C. HMO. D. Major medical
The golden rule is helpful to us because it is ______. a. universal b. easy to understand c. ethically sound d. all of the above