What is true about single-parent families ?

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a. They face less stigma than nuclear families
b. They typically experience a higher income than nuclear families
c. They can have less conflict after a divorce than before one
d. All of the above

Answer :

c. They can have less conflict after a divorce than before one

Which of the following is a possible result of hypertension ?

a. stroke
b. headaches
c. blood thinning
d. muscle weakness

Answer :

a. stroke

Social stigmas can prevent children with disabilities from getting treatment ?

True or false

Answer :

True

Which zone is the most productive ?

A. intertidal zone

B. aphotic zone

C. oceanic zone

D. neritic zone

Answer :

D. neritic zone

How many parallel lines does a trapezoid have ?

Answer :

One pair. the top and bottom. The sides are not because they will eventually intersect with each other.

After the loyalty boards were created ?

Hundreds of federal workers lost their jobs while thousands more resigned

Connecting the past to the present helps you to know how people have _____.

1. shown their independence from others
2. chosen to deal with conflict
3. maintained unity through time
4. solved their problems
5. hidden their true nature from the world

Answer :

2. chosen to deal with conflict
3. maintained unity through time
4. solved their problems

Carries a positive charge is the _____.

A. neutron; proton
B. electron; proton
C. neutron; electron
D. proton; neutron

Answer :

B. electron; proton

Biochemistry is the study of _____

A. energy and matter within living organisms
B. energy and matter of earth
C. energy and chemicals
D. chemical reactions and bonds

Answer :

A. energy and matter within living organisms

Which of the following outer electron configurations would you expect to belong to a metalloid ?

a. ns2
b. ns2np6
c. ns2np2
d. ns2np5

Answer :

For metalloids: ns2 np2 and ns2 np5

What is the ultimate source of electromagnetic waves ?

Answer :

Vibrating charged particles

Both the stamp act and the townshend acts resulted in ?

Answer :

Colonial boycotts of British goods

What type of charge do electrons carry ?

Answer :

Electron is a generator that produces electric field, even color charges of quarks. Colored quarks attract one another by exchanging gluons. They interact with the EM field, electrons should have a charge of -3 so the quarks could have whole number charges.

What is cassius opinion about the upcoming battle of philippi ?

Answer :

He afraid they will lose because birds of prey were circling them. He told Messala of the omen he saw the birds following them. He believes the birds were foreshadowing his own death.

What ultimately led to burnside losing the battle of fredericksburg ?

Answer :

Burnside lost the Battle of Fredericksburg by trying to charge into Confederate gunfire.

A renaissance consort typically had how many instruments ?

Answer :

3.

In today’s contemporary society a number of the instruments used during the Renaissance seem both exotic and obscure, as many of them have fallen into disuse or have been transformed into more contemporary forms. Below is a brief description of some of the wind instruments available during the 16th century listed by generic type.

1. Flute

Recorder — The most important type of end blown, “whistle” flute, whose soft tone quality is attained by a wide, tapering conical bore. The recorder enjoyed great popularity.

Transverse flute — The predecessor of the modern flute which was held to the side with the sound generated by a hole located near the closed end of the tube. Also known as the German flute, it was primarily a military instrument, until about 1650 when it was given a conical bore which provided for a smoother tone quality.

Fife — Small transverse flute generally used with military bands.

2. Cupped-Mouthpiece Instruments

Cornetto — Straight or slightly bent piece of wood that is hollowed out and played with a cup mouthpiece similar to those used with brass instruments.

Trumpet — Natural brass horn with a cylindrical bore and a flared, conical bell. The Renaissance trumpet was played without the advantage of holes, crooks, or valves, which limited the notes to those available from the overtone series.

Sackbut — Predecessor to the modern trombone, similar in design and function, but made with a small bore size and a narrow bell.

3. Double Reeds

The double reed instruments were divided into two classes. The first consisted of instruments with exposed reeds where the lips had direct contact with the reeds, such as the modern oboe and bassoon. The second class comprised instruments that were provided with a pierced cap to cover the double reed so the player could not come in direct contact with the reed itself. The cap served as a wind chamber causing the reed to vibrate similar to the reed pipes of an organ. Since the lips did not come contact with the reed, these instruments were incapable of dynamic contrast, and were limited in their pitch range due to the inability to “over-blow” the octave.

Exposed reed:

Shawm — European predecessor to the oboe. The shawm came in a variety of sizes and was characterized by a loud and raucous quality.

Racket — Short, thick cylinder of wood, similar in size and shape to a vegetable can, in which ten channels have been bored out lengthwise so as to form a continuous tube.

Sordun — bassoon-like instrument in which the air channel ran down and up the length of the column of wood two or three times. It had a very soft tone quality.

Dulcian — Early form of bassoon.

Capped reeds:

Crumhorn — instrument with a nearly cylindrical tube formed with an upward curve in the shape of a J.

Schryrari — tapered bore instrument with a loud, shrill tone quality. It had seven finger holes on the front and two thumb holes on the back.

Rauschpfief — German predecessor to the oboe designed with a long narrow bore.

Which best describes the climate on and around mount kilimanjaro ?

A. A consistently cold climate throughout the mountain
B. Five main vegetation zones, representing all of Central Africa
C. Desert-like conditions at all but the highest altitudes
D. Too cold to support life except at the lowest altitudes

Answer :

B. Five main vegetation zones, representing all of Central Africa

What did malthus think would limit the population size ?

Answer :

Thomas Malthus believed that population growth would have a bad effect on food supply, as humans would populate faster than the food could sustain the population and could cause war.

What three criteria can help you evaluate health information ?

Answer :

1. reliable
2. accurate
3. current

12 inch rule ?

Answer :

1. Time value, 2. Best performance of duty, 3. Perservance, 4. The worth of example, 5. The virtue of patience, 6. Talent expression, 7. Economic wisdom, 8. The value of character, 9. Kindly attitude, 10. Pleasure in work, 11. The worth of organization, 12. The dignity of simplicity.

Noble gas configuration for carbon ?

Answer :

6C carbon : [He] 2s2 2p2
1s2 2s2 2p2

38.8 celsius to fahrenheit ?

Answer :

38.8 oC = 38.8°C×9/5+32 = 101.84 oF

C2n2 lewis structure ?

Answer :

Cyanogen, C2n2 lewis structure

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Antifederalists criticized the constitution as ?

A.) Concentrating too much power in the hands of a few.
B.) Granting too much power to the states.
C.) Weakening the national government by guaranteeing civil liberties.
D.) Containing too many checks and balances.

Answer :

A.) Concentrating too much power in the hands of a few.

The paleolithic age is also known as the _____ ?

A. New Stone Age
B. Old Stone Age
C. Bronze Age
D. Ice Age.

Answer :

B. Old Stone Age

The Paleolithic (or “Palaeolithic”)/ˌpæliːəˈlɪθɪk/ age is a prehistoric period of human history distinguished by the development of the most primitive stone tools and covers roughly 95% of human technological prehistory. It extends from the earliest known use of stone tools, probably by Homo habilis initially, 2.6 million years ago, to the end of the Pleistocene around 10,000 BP.

For gamma radiation what stops its penetrating abilities ?

a. aluminum
b. lead
c. fabric
d. paper
e. skin

Answer :

b. lead


A Renaissance consort typically had how many instruments?