Which statement least characterizes william tecumseh sherman ?

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Answer :

In 1864, Sherman succeeded Grant as the Union commander in the western theater of the war. He proceeded to lead his troops to the capture of the city of Atlanta, a military success that contributed to the re-election of Abraham Lincoln.

Which statement best reflects voter criticism of primaries ?

Answer :

Many voters want only major party candidates in elections.
Many voters dislike having to declare party preference.

Which is more flammable hexane or potassium sulfate ?

Answer :

Hexane , Organic compounds are flammable

Hexane is a highly flammable liquid, C6H14. Potassium sulfate is an inorganic salt. Mostly because K2SO4 is a solid salt. You’ll never get it toburn.

Potassium sulfate (K2SO4) (in British English potassium sulphate, also called sulphate of potash, arcanite, or archaically known as potash of sulfur) is a non-flammable white crystalline salt which is soluble in water. The chemical compound is commonly used in fertilizers, providing both potassium and sulfur.

When potassium sulfate is heated in water and subjected to swirling in a beaker, the crystals form a multi-arm spiral structure when allowed to settle. Potassium sulfate could be used to study spiral structures in the laboratory.

Why did civil rights leaders disagree with marcus garvey ?

Answer :

Garvey was a segregationist. Garvey believed that white society would never accept black Americans as equals. Therefore, he called for the separate self-development of African Americans within the United States.

On 4 October 1916, the Daily Gleaner in Kingston published a letter written by Raphael Morgan, a Jamaican-American priest of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, together with over a dozen other like-minded Jamaican Americans, who wrote in to protest against Garvey’s lectures. Garvey’s views on Jamaica, they felt, were damaging to both the reputation of their homeland and its people, enumerating several objections to Garvey’s stated preference for the prejudice of the American whites over that of English whites. Garvey’s response was published a month later: he called the letter a conspiratorial fabrication meant to undermine the success and favour he had gained while in Jamaica and in the United States.

While W. E. B. Du Bois felt that the Black Star Line was “original and promising”, he added that “Marcus Garvey is, without doubt, the most dangerous enemy of the Negro race in America and in the world. He is either a lunatic or a traitor.” Du Bois considered Garvey’s program of complete separation a capitulation to white supremacy; a tacit admission that Blacks could never be equal to Whites. Noting how popular the idea was with racist thinkers and politicians, Du Bois feared that Garvey threatened the gains made by his own movement.

Garvey suspected that Du Bois was prejudiced against him because he was a Caribbean native with darker skin. Du Bois once described Garvey as “a little, fat black man; ugly, but with intelligent eyes and a big head”. Garvey called Du Bois “purely and simply a white man’s nigger” and “a little Dutch, a little French, a little Negro … a mulatto … a monstrosity”. This led to an acrimonious relationship between Garvey and the NAACP. In addition, Garvey accused Du Bois of paying conspirators to sabotage the Black Star Line in order to destroy his reputation.

Garvey recognized the influence of the Ku Klux Klan and, after the Black Star Line was closed, sought to engage the South in his activism, since the UNIA now lacked a specific program. In early 1922, he went to Atlanta for a conference with KKK imperial giant Edward Young Clarke, seeking to advance his organization in the South. Garvey made a number of incendiary speeches in the months leading up to that meeting; in some, he thanked the whites for Jim Crow. Garvey once stated: “I regard the Klan, the Anglo-Saxon clubs and White American societies, as far as the Negro is concerned, as better friends of the race than all other groups of hypocritical whites put together. I like honesty and fair play. You may call me a Klansman if you will, but, potentially, every white man is a Klansman as far as the Negro in competition with whites socially, economically and politically is concerned, and there is no use lying.”

After Garvey’s entente with the Klan, a number of African-American leaders appealed to U.S. Attorney General Harry M. Daugherty to have Garvey incarcerated.

Why did loyalism appeal to native americans ?

Answer :

1. because they doupted that the colonists could defeat the british
2. because they had sworm to uphold the king’s authority
3. because they wanted to remain nuetral
4. because they wanted the british to help keep settlers.

Answer :

4. because they wanted the british to help keep settlers.

What moderates much of the air temperature over northwestern europe ?

Answer :

1) prevailing westerly winds
2) the North Atlantic Drift ocean current

Who helped pay for settling the james river colony ?

The founding of Jamestown had the blessing of England’s King James I, and the settlement and James River were named in his honor. However, the settlement was financed and run by the Virginia Company. This company, in turn, was financed by private investors, who expected the colonists to discover a valuable commodity, or a route to East Asia, which would make the enterprise profitable and offer a return on their investment.

The investors in London hoped that some of the Roanoke colonists (or their descendants) were still alive and, with knowledge they gained about the area, could guide the Jamestown colonists to minerals and a passage to East Asia.

The Virginia Company refers collectively to two joint stock companies chartered by James I on 10 April 1606 with the goal of establishing settlements on the coast of North America.[4] The companies were called the “Virginia Company of London” (or the London Company) and the “Virginia Company of Plymouth” (or the Plymouth Company); they operated with identical charters but with differing territories. An area of overlapping territory was created within which the two companies were not permitted to establish colonies within one hundred miles of each other. The Plymouth Company never fulfilled its charter, but its territory was claimed by England and became New England.

As corporations, the companies were empowered by the Crown to govern themselves, and they conferred that right onto their colonies. The Virginia Company failed in 1624, but the right to self-government was not taken from the colony. The principle was thus established that a royal colony should be self-governing, and this formed the genesis of democracy in America.

Phoat coolant is what color ?

A) Orange
B) Dark Green
C) Blue
D) Red

Answer :

B) Dark Green

Francisco vasquez de coronado ship name ?

Answer :

I assume that you are aware that Coronado’s expedition of discovery was an overland trek. A ship could not, after all, travel from Mexico into the modern US state of New Mexico … and onwards north as far as Kansas.

Coronado did, however, arrive in Mexico (from Spain) via ship. We know the name of that ship, the Chebe la Diminioz. But we do not know (at least not 100% sure) what type of ship it was. A previous question on Y!A concluded that Coronado’s ship was a galleon. That cannot be correct, because the ocean-going galleon ship type was not invented until after Coronado’s expedition.
It is most likely that the Chebe la Diminioz was a carrack, the kind of ship that would a few years later be substantially modified to give birth to the new galleon type. Columbus’ Santa Maria was a carrack. So was Magellan’s Victoria, which was the first ship to circumnavigate the globe in 1519-22. Carracks were the workhorses of Coronado’s time.

One of the images on that site depicts the captain sitting in his day cabin. The captain’s cabin is situated at the highest level (immediately below the poop deck) at the stern of the ship. The captain had a small sleeping cabin (compartment) just forward from his day cabin.

Officers had small sleeping cabins / compartments in the stern of the ship, immediately below the captain’s quarters. Their sleeping cabins opened onto a shared day-room, the wardroom, in which they took their meals.

The carrack was not a large ship with a large crew. Carracks were typically 70 to 80 feet in length and carried crews of 40 to 60 men. Consequently they did not carry many officers either: just sufficient for one officer to be responsible for the ship at all times, in a rotation of “watches”. The pilot / navigating officer was not expected to stand a watch as well as carry out his important duties of establishing the ship’s position and keeping it clear of known hazards such as reefs. Therefore, the carrack would normally have carried the captain + 3 lieutenants + the pilot / navigator. The pilot / navigator had a cabin just like those of the other officers, a small compartment opening into the wardroom.

Cis-2 3-dibromo-2-hexene ?

Answer :

Cis 2 3 dibromo 2 hexene

The physiographic region called the canadian shield ?

A) is the geologic core of North America
B) is an intermontane zone
C) consists of extensive mountainous terrain
D) is bordered on the west by the Appalachian Mountains
E) is also known as the Arctic Coastal Plain

Answer :

A) is the geologic core of North America

Describe four types of packaging that prevent tampering with medicine ?

Answer :

1. Aspetic Processing is the process by which a sterile (aseptic) product (typically food or pharmaceutical) is packaged in a sterile container in a way that maintains sterility.
2. Blister Pack is a term for several types of pre-formed plastic packaging used for small consumer goods, foods, and for pharmaceuticals.
3. Ingression – taking out of moisture
4. Child safety – these are bottled medicine.

First ruler to consolidate the slavic tribes ?

Answer :

Rurik, Rurik was a Scandinavian chief who unified the Slavic tribes of Novogrod in 862 C.E. He was a Kinfolk to the Get of Fenris.

The crisis by thomas paine emphasizes which american ideal ?

a. patriotic service
b. honest reflection
c. intellectual debate
d. humble obedience

Answer :

The correct answer is A: patriotic service.

Thomas Paine was an American writer during the American Revolution. Crisis was Paine’s follow up to the book Common Sense, which was a call to the American people to fight against the British and for the ideals of freedom, democracy and patriotism. Crisis was a continuation of Paine’s support for self government and independence for the American colonies despite the series of crises that were faced during the Revolutionary War.

Mali faded under the rising power of _____ ?

A. Kilwa
B. Great Zimbabwe
C. Songhai
D. Ghana

Answer :

C. Songhai

Style manuals help the writer _____ ?

a. publish his or her work in a magazine
b. determine the format for a specific citation
c. locate research sources for his or her topic
d. find an organizational pattern for his or her paper

Answer :

b. determine the format for a specific citation

Style manuals are books that illustrate how to correctly format and record information. They are most frequently consulted for information on formatting citations, but they also include a variety of other information that is useful for research, including where to find information for the bibliography, general rules of punctuation, formatting footnotes, spacing, indention, form of author’s name, etc.

When your professors publish an article, they follow a style manual, too. Using the right citation style is an important part of learning to do research in your field.

There are several different styles used in research with style manuals for each style. Only three of the styles are shown here. The three that are shown below are styles which are frequently used in colleges and universities.

How many parallelograms are in a hexagonal prism ?

Answer :


A hexagon is a 6-sided polygon. A prism is a 3-dimensional object that has two parallel ends, called bases, that have the same size and shape. The sides of a prism, called faces, are parallelograms.

What party did the grange evolve into ?

A) Democratic Party
B) Greenback Party
C) Republican Party
D) Populist Party
E) Federalist Party.

Answer :

D) Populist Party

By the end of the 1870s the granges were in decline. Mismanagement of their interests and the pressure of competition forced most of their business initiatives to fold. Nevertheless the group did not completely disappear. Members of the Grange movement and other agrarians (including members of the Farmers’ Alliances) joined the People’s (or Populist) Party. Members of the national political party pursued initiatives favorable to farmers’ interests.

Which of the following statements best describes chemical weathering ?

A. It’s the type of weathering in which rocks and minerals break down into smaller pieces.
B. It always results in dome-shaped formations.
C. It’s the process by which rocks and minerals undergo changes in their composition.
D. It happens only in cool environments.

Answer :

C. It’s the process by which rocks and minerals undergo changes in their composition.

Chemical weathering is caused by rain water reacting with the mineral grains in rocks to form new minerals (clays) and soluble salts. These reactions occur particularly when the water is slightly


What was francis henry galton contribution to forensic science ?

Answer :

Although Galton was not the first to propose the use of fingerprints for identification (Sir William Herschel had used them in India for this purpose) he was the first to place their study on a scientific basis and so lay the groundwork for their use in criminal cases. He was able to collect a large sample of prints through his Anthropological laboratories, eventually amassing over 8,000 sets. His study of minutiae in prints provided the foundation for meaningful comparison of different prints, and he was able to construct a statistical proof of the uniqueness, by minutiae, of individual prints.

Galton also provided the first workable fingerprint classification system, which was later adapted by E. R. Henry for practical use in police forces and other bureaucratic settings. Most of all, Galton’s extensive popular advocacy of the use of prints helped to convince a skeptical public that they could be used reliably for identification.

In a Royal Institution paper in 1888 and three books (Finger Prints, 1892; Decipherment of Blurred Finger Prints, 1893; and Fingerprint Directories, 1895),[58] Galton estimated the probability of two persons having the same fingerprint and studied the heritability and racial differences in fingerprints. He wrote about the technique (inadvertently sparking a controversy between Herschel and Faulds that was to last until 1917), identifying common pattern in fingerprints and devising a classification system that survives to this day.

The method of identifying criminals by their fingerprints had been introduced in the 1860s by Sir William James Herschel in India, and their potential use in forensic work was first proposed by Dr Henry Faulds in 1880, but Galton was the first to place the study on a scientific footing, which assisted its acceptance by the courts (Bulmer 2003, p. 35). Galton pointed out that there were specific types of fingerprint patterns. He described and classified them into eight broad categories: 1: plain arch, 2: tented arch, 3: simple loop, 4: central pocket loop, 5: double loop, 6: lateral pocket loop, 7: plain whorl, and 8: accidental.

What is the cause for concern in the parris household ?

Answer :

Betty. Abigail and 12 other girls were spotted dancing around a pot by reverend parris with tituba. Betty after they were spotted, fainted due to terror. Betty had been “sleeping” and trying to fly. Reverend Parris believed her spirit is taken by the devil.

Oil change intervals as specified by the vehicle manufacturer ?

A) Are maximum time and milage intervals
B) Only include miles driven between oil changes
C) Are minimum time and milage intervals
D) Generally only include time between oil changes

Answer :

A) Are maximum time and milage intervals

Ard adz real name ?

Answer :

Ard adz

Where are iron and aluminum often found ?

The B horizon is a lighter-colred soil layer where iron and aluminum often accumulate. The B horizon is commonly referred to as “subsoil”, and consists of mineral layers which may contain concentrations of clay or minerals such as iron or aluminium oxides or organic material moved there by leaching. Accordingly, this layer is also known as the “illuviated” horizon or the “zone of accumulation”. In addition, it is defined as having a distinctly different structure or consistency than the horizon(s) above and the horizon(s) below.

Which line is an example of the poetic technique metonymy ?

A. “Let seed be grass, and grass turn into hay:”
B. “I’m martyr to a motion not my own;”
C. “I swear she cast a shadow white as stone.”
D. “These old bones live to learn her wanton ways:”

Answer :

“These old bones live to learn her wanton ways:”

A metonymy is a word that stands in for another….like a Sliver Fox = attractive older man.

Line one appears to already give you the metonymy with seed being grass which turns to hay, so cross that off. Line 2 does not make sense to me, so bye to that one. Line 3 is simply a true statement, using a descriptive word(s) for the aura she leaves others.

My guess is line four:
Old bones = a persons wisdom


Which statement best characterizes the Pullman Strike of 1894? answers com