SOCIAL STUDIES HIGH SCHOOL

When we think we are interested in knowing someone and think about approaching them, especially someone from outside our racial or social group, we assume our body language will show our interest. This is an example of:

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Illusion of transparency.

Explanation:

This is a social tendency that occurs when people overestimate how much their mental state is known by others. In your example, a person may assume that the person he is trying to approach, is completely aware that he is nervous, insecure, or afraid to talk when this could not be the case at all.

This occurs due to the natural egocentric inclination present on human beings, which leads us to use our own perspective of the world to determine how others view it.


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COLLEGE

Which evidence collection method is most likely accepted in a court case?

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Answer:

The best answer from the research done on the internet, about the different evidence collection methods, and which of them are most likely to be acceptable by courts in a case, would be: DNA sample collections from criminal scenes.

Explanation:

Although like all other types of evidence, DNA sampling can be tampered with and the evidence be damaged, it has been known that this method is almost always effective in creating a linking that might either prove the guilt of, or dissolve the charges against, a person being accused of a crime. Essentially, given the really stringent protocols that are now in place by criminal units, and the highly advanced methods by which experts collect and treat each of the biological samples on a crime scene, to investigate DNA connections, and the fact that DNA connections cannot be argued against in most cases, DNA sampling can become conclusive evidence to solve a case.

COLLEGE

Professional sports teams will sometimes seek public subsidies for stadium financing projects that produce large benefits for a relatively small number of fans and impose small costs on a relatively large number of people. Sometimes these efforts to secure public funding are successful even though the decision is not efficient. This is an example of

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The correct response is the special-interest effect.

Explanation:

This kind of situation regarding the financing of projects with public subsidies is called the special-interest effect.  This is a complicated notion because it denotes the tendency for politicians to favor special interest groups that are easily identifiable and that appear well-organized and competent through prior interactions for example. This is because the wider voting populace tends to ignore issues or seems more apathetic. To the individual politician, it seems more efficient and logical to give funds to those interests that are more organized and active. Special interest voters make their candidates and legislators aware of their needs and the projects they promote. In this way,  politicians and legislators are led to promote the positions of special interests.

HIGH SCHOOL

Despite its dangers, a young man continues to take cocaine because of the feeling of euphoria it produces for him. This powerful arousal of his nervous system is probably due to cocaine's ability to what?

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Answer: Cocaine affects the complete organism.

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The moment it reaches the brain, it acts on chemical messengers (neurotransmitters). They use the same nerves to communicate with each other. Cocaine blocks norepinephrine (a cell that binds to depression) and causes several different reactions in the brain.

Because of this, consumers create a sense of adrenaline and superiority. Consumers, therefore, experience a state of alertness, excess energy, advantage, and excellent spirits.

COLLEGE

What key constitutional provisions define the scope of authority of the federal and state governments?

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The US Constitution talks about the authority of federal and state governments in many parts especially in Article I, Section 8; Article VI called the Supremacy Clause and in the 10th Amendment.

The Constitution also talks about the limits of the federal and state governments in Article I, Sections 9 and 10. In the Bill of Rights, in the 14th amendment and at last in the civil rights amendment

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Speech is not protected when it ____________________. Question 9 options:

is objected to by community members


hurts people's feelings


is negative regarding the government


directly leads to criminal acts

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Speech is not protected when it directly leads to criminal acts.

Explanation:

Freedom of expression in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and by the constitutions and laws of many states. There are, however, many exceptions including obscenity, defamation, incitement to commit crimes, harassment, secret communications, trade secrets, classified documents, copyright and patents.

Government criticism is therefore allowed if it does not contravene the exceptions. Desecration of the flag of the United States is protected by the First Amendment, although this remains controversial.

Leads to criminal acts cuz it can lead to a danger in society
COLLEGE

Samantha habitually blurted out answers to questions during class discussion. mr. hargrove repeatedly called samantha by name and told her to wait her turn, but samantha repeated her behavior day after day. mr. hargrove finally realized that his strategy was not working. he thought he was using a form of punishment, but his strategy turned out to be:

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The answer is positive reinforcement of the behavior. In operant conditioning, positive reinforcement includes the expansion of a reinforcing stimulus following a conduct that makes it more probable that the conduct will happen again later on. At the point when a good result, occasion, or reward happens after an activity, that specific reaction or conduct will be reinforced.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

The Bill of Rights Alexander Hamilton thought the Constitution would make sure people had rights. Thomas Jefferson disagreed. He thought people's rights needed to be listed in a bill of rights. What do you think?
The Bill of Rights is needed. It makes sure people's freedoms are not taken away.
-Agree
-Disagree

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Agree, without them our basic rights like freedom of speech and no double jeopardy would be taken away
HIGH SCHOOL

Fossils that are most useful for correlation tend to be:

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Fossils that are the most useful for correlation tend to be widespread, found in many rock types, easily recognizable, and short-lived enough to permit precise placement in the geologic column.

correlation fossils tend to be common.

Correlation is a statistical measurement that indicates that there is evidence that two facts or two variables are related or occur together. In geology, it is possible to make a temporal correlation between the fossils found and the type of rock. This allows to date the age of the rocks.

For example, all rocks, even of different types, that contain the same type of fossil are of the same age, regardless of where they are found. This comparison of fossils and rocks is called Geological Correlation and allows us to determine the relative ages of the rocks.

Thus, correlation fossils tend to be very common.

HIGH SCHOOL

The ________ portion of the cell membrane is responsible for the isolating function of the membrane, while the ________ portion regulates exchange and communication with the environment

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Answer:

lipid; protein

Explanation:

The role of lipid portion is that the structural components of the membrane provide barrier to the other species in coming and going out through through the cell and marks boundaries of the cell.

The role of the protein portion is that the membrane receptor the proteins relay signals between the internal and the external environments of the cells. It transport the protein molecules across membrane. It regulates the communication and exchange with the environment.

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