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• Is North America the only Nation with dept?

I wonder if other countries hav a dept to pay to us because then it could be the discount we've been waiting for and the rest will be payed off with are 1 trillion doll er coins that america is still testing its suppose to be made of Platinum.

6 AnswersGovernment8 years ago
• Should I delete my "app data" on my pc?

I have an e machine and I dontknow what app data is when i was deleting it at first it went to 2,000 things then it crashed so everything was returned also if i were to restore my pc to factorey settings would my dad be able to tell? its my pc and he's never on it only to check my historey and school work nothing else and if i reset it i think it might work alot faster. its my moms old buisness pc and she had alot of stuff on it aout 1,100 documents

1 AnswerPC8 years ago
• Solve the proportion using cross products. Round to the nearest hundredth if necessary?

22 miles|||||||||||12 miles

--------------- = -----------------

55 hours|||||||||| x hours

dont worry about the | its just to keep spacing

48

30

45

22

3 AnswersMathematics8 years ago
• 7th grade word problem math ratio?

a. Find x using the ratio of the sides 14 cm and 16 cm: x/24 = 14/16. show some work like explain it out for me.

b. Find x using the ratio of the sides 7 cm and 8 cm. explain it out for me.

c. Explain why the answers to (a) and (b) should be the same.

2 AnswersMathematics8 years ago
• 1 7th grade math question?

16. Los Angeles is about 385 miles from San Francisco. How far apart would the cities be on a map with a scale of 1 in. = 25 mi? If necessary, round to the nearest hundredth. (1 point)

15.4 in.

16.04 in.

15.65 in.

14.4 in.

5 AnswersMathematics8 years ago
• n a survey, one out of ten people named blue as their favorite color. Three out of five named red. If 1,100 pe?

330 people

770 people

440 people

660 people

3 AnswersMathematics8 years ago
• A machine takes 4.2 hours to make 7 parts. At that rate, how many parts can the machine make in 28.8 hours?

48 parts

41 parts

172 parts

17 parts

4 AnswersMathematics8 years ago
• Determine which ratio forms a proportion with 10/6?

15/12

30/9

20/9

30/18

I'm having trouble on this question thnx for your help i will be posting more of these threw the night as i do math promblems from old homework

2 AnswersMathematics8 years ago
• What are some good minecraft faction servers?

I really want to join a faction server....

1 AnswerPC8 years ago
• Is playing a game like minecraft and hacking the server to loop kill this one person cyber bullying?

Because if i is i dont want to go to jail o.o

1 AnswerVideo & Online Games8 years ago
• Wich amendment is it?

26. Your school is celebrating Women’s History Month, and you are making a presentation. Which would be the best amendment to include in your presentation? (3 points)

Nineteenth

First

Fifth

Eighteenth

27. In the upcoming election, state voters will vote on a proposed amendment to the state constitution. This amendment would authorize the creation of public, magnet schools specifically for girls. Some people argue that only women should vote on this proposal. What amendment would protect the men’s right to vote on this matter? (3 points)

Thirteenth

Nineteenth

Twenty-sixth

Second

28. Five years ago, you were arrested for burglary and put on trial, but you were cleared of the charges. Yesterday, new evidence against you was discovered, and the prosecutor wants another trial. Which of the following amendments would protect you from this? (3 points)

Second

Fifth

Fourteenth

Third

29. The police suspect that a woman committed a crime, but they have no evidence to prove it. When she is away from home, the police break into her house without a warrant. What amendment could she use to stop them from using any evidence they found? (3 points)

Second

Third

Fourth

First

30. The Nineteenth Amendment granted women the right to vote, but women had been fighting for years for this right. Before the Nineteenth Amendment was passed, which existing amendment could women have used to argue that they should have the right to vote? (3 points)

First

Fourteenth

Fifteenth

Ninth

2 AnswersGovernment8 years ago
• 3 questions on my civix test but thesed are really wierd i wonder why there in here super easy but?

My google broke or it lags so much my pc crashes so just answer these im in 7th grade

4. Which of the following landmarks can be found in Keystone, South Dakota? (3 points)

Golden Gate Bridge

Mount Rushmore

Graceland

Willis Tower

5. Which of the following physical landmarks can be found in the state of Florida? (3 points)

Mississippi River

Mount McKinley

Dismal Swamp

6. To which major cultural region should you move if you want to avoid harsh winters, but enjoy fresh seafood? (3 points)

West

Midwest

Northeast

South

1 AnswerHomework Help8 years ago
• Can you define these courts i need to study these?

google brings me to wiki and i cant trust wiki... never trust wki -.- but just define them please

State Supreme Court

U.S. Supreme Court

U.S. Court of Appeals

U.S. District Court

heres the question i ned to know these for to prove im not cheating on a fill in the blank question

Which court would have original jurisdiction over a case in which one state sued another? (4 points)

2 AnswersHomework Help8 years ago

I have completed lang arts and i need help on other subjects i wont say what untill i know your not a teacher <.<

3 AnswersHome Schooling8 years ago
• Whats the difference between concurrent power, reserved power, delegated power, shared power.?

i'm taking a unit test and i dont know how to answer this scenario

9. The writers of the Federalist Papers favored the creation of federal powers under the U.S. Constitution. The author of the Federalist Paper Number 11 wrote, “A navy of the United States, as it would embrace the resources of all, is an object far less remote than a navy of any single State or partial confederacy.”

The author would most likely agree that establishing and maintaining a navy should be a (4 points)

concurrent power.

reserved power.

delegated power.

shared power.

1 AnswerGovernment8 years ago
• Which of the following is true about most state constitutions?

Delegated powers are thoroughly described in most state constitutions.

Most state constitutions are longer than the U.S. Constitution.

The Constitution describes the federal government more than most state constitutions describe state powers.

Citizens violate the laws of the Constitution more than the laws of most state constitutions.

2 AnswersHomework Help8 years ago
• Im taking this test and this question makes no since please explain?

2. When President Obama stated, “Transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency,” he meant that (4 points)

no person in his administration will be above those laws governing all citizens.

his cabinet's policies will be based strictly on regulations.

his administration will adopt the rule of law, previously applied only to private citizens.

his administration’s policies will be based solely on statutes.

Like what the fuq? please answer it or explain what the hell my teacher is trying to say... I'm in 7th grade.

4 AnswersHomework Help8 years ago
• 7th grade 5 civic questions?

13. A man is charged a fee by the city for having numerous broken cars and auto parts in his front yard. Which of the following best describes why the city should punish him? (4 points)

He has committed a crime.

He is in violation of a city statute.

He has violated an amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

A judge has decided that he is in violation of civil law.

14. A man is suspected of shoplifting in a department store but claims he was unfairly targeted because he has visible tattoos. The police find strong evidence of shoplifting but charge and arrest him on an outstanding warrant for another crime. This case brought to court by the police will be a matter of which of the following? (4 points)

criminal law

civil law

military law

constitutional law

15. Which of the following correctly explains the criteria for something considered to be case law? (4 points)

Case law must focus entirely on interpretation of the constitutional laws.

Case law must be an interpretation of a law based on a case heard by judges in court.

Case law is a type of law created by a body of people elected or appointed to make laws.

Case law is an official rule or order that guides the enforcement of statutes.

16. Which court would have original jurisdiction over a case in which one state sued another? (4 points)

State Supreme Court

U.S. Supreme Court

U.S. Court of Appeals

U.S. District Court

17. If a court case is heard before the U.S. Supreme Court, what is most likely true about the case? (4 points)

The case is about how the Constitution is being interpreted or applied.

The case concerns a dispute about state or federal criminal laws.

The case was appealed and overturned at the state or federal appellate court level.

The case must involve an individual against a state or federal entity.

• 7th grade 9 civic questions?

1. The rule of law helps to protect people’s rights and (4 points)

government.

habits.

safety.

property.

2. When President Obama stated, “Transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency,” he meant that (4 points)

no person in his administration will be above those laws governing all citizens.

his cabinet's policies will be based strictly on regulations.

his administration will adopt the rule of law, previously applied only to private citizens.

his administration’s policies will be based solely on statutes.

3. Diane Wood, a U.S. Court of Appeals Judge, once remarked, “Neither laws nor the procedures used to create or implement them should be secret.”

What would be the main problem with making or enforcing laws in secret? (4 points)

It invites too much criticism from ordinary citizens.

It allows lawmakers to act outside the rule of law.

It takes power away from those who most need it.

It requires public access, which can be hard to manage.

4. Tony and his classmates often have a hard time crossing the street at a busy intersection near their school. Tony thinks there should be a traffic light at the intersection.

In order to solve the problem, what should Tony do next? (4 points)

He should contact the Public Works Department to install a new traffic light at the intersection.

He should visit the Parks and Recreation Department to discuss the prospect of a new traffic light.

He should call the Department of Education to voice his disapproval of the heavy traffic problem.

He should go to the Department of Motor Vehicles to request the installation of a new traffic light.

5. Residents of New City are complaining that many ponds in the area smell like sewer water. They approach city government leaders about their concerns. The city responds by sending a biologist to collect water samples to test the water. The biologist finds that algae are causing the odor.

What should the government do next to solve the problem? (4 points)

decide that bleach is to be poured into local ponds since bleach is known to kill algae

pass an ordinance that requires residents to close their windows because of the fumes

investigate options for killing the algae without harming the ecosystems in the ponds

seek ways to move the residents to a new location until the foul algae can be removed

6. Jennifer notices that there are branches that overhang the roads near her house. When trucks drive by, they hit the branches. She feels that this is a danger to drivers. Her city, however, has a policy of preserving the appearance of canopy roads, i.e., roads shaded by tree canopies.

What should she do next to resolve her identified problem? (4 points)

She should contact her local garden club members for herbicides to kill trees.

She should print an article in the newspaper about protection of canopy roads.

She should choose the best policy to follow and inform the city of her decision.

She should perform research to check if the city is aware of the driving hazard.

7. Which of the following is true about most state constitutions? (4 points)

Delegated powers are thoroughly described in most state constitutions.

Most state constitutions are longer than the U.S. Constitution.

The Constitution describes the federal government more than most state constitutions describe state powers.

Citizens violate the laws of the Constitution more than the laws of most state constitutions.

8. According to the U.S. Constitution, which action would be the most appropriate for state government? (4 points)

printing a newly designed twenty dollar bill

establishing a new post office in a growing community

establishing a waiting period for a marriage license

negotiating a free trade agreement with foreign countries

9. The writers of the Federalist Papers favored the creation of federal powers under the U.S. Constitution. The author of the Federalist Paper Number 11 wrote, “A navy of the United States, as it would embrace the resources of all, is an object far less remote than a navy of any single State or partial confederacy.”

The author would most likely agree that establishing and maintaining a navy should be a (4 points)

concurrent power.

reserved power.

delegated power.

shared power.

5 AnswersHome Schooling8 years ago
• Sharing Power Unit Exam?

Hey I got screwed over in school... this is about 30 questions and m working on the final Unit exam i need this done in a week but i cant get any of it done since Im doing the unit test ( 100 questions ) maath i got to do like 10 things in math and 5 in art but art i nee to study while i do math... but i cant get this done. i looked at it and i had no clue how to answer these so im not being lazy i justt dont have time to study this and take a test on it. please no rude comments.... and just give me some ansqwers please or if u dont want me to "cheat" just give me some paragraphs to read cause i dont have enough time to re-read all 7 or 10 chapters

1 AnswerHomework Help8 years ago