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A. given no opportunity for education and E. placed under huge amounts of debt
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Answer:The amount of money required to buy a car.
Explanation: grad point
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The answer is A for #6
The answer is A for #7
The answer is C for #8
The answer is C for #9
The answer is C for #10
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ANSWERED AT 19/03/2020 - 01:32 PM
QUESTION POSTED AT 19/03/2020 - 01:32 PM
The correct answer is B.
If the assembly line had not been implemented in production processes, while the consumer side would remain equal (same amount of people would demand a certain product according to their needs and preferences), the amount supplied of such product in the market would plunge.
This excess of demand will entail a relative scarcity scenario (nº of people who demand the product is much larger than the total units of output generated), therefore prices would rise and, finally, only those consumers who are willing to pay, or can afford the new expensive price, will receive the product. Price adjustment has ocurred for the allocation of the units produced among the existing consumers, leading to a new market equilibrium.
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During the reign of the Nazi Party, Hitler used all available means to carry out propaganda. One of the more effective methods was the education of the youth with completely or almost completely falsified school books, which is done by a whole team of people. The fact that among all the professions, the largest percentage was among the teachers who became members of Nazi Party, which enabled the easy implementation of falsified school books. Although not only in education, this false history was used everywhere and created a propaganda machine.
The answer is: A)
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History / explanation:
The incident in the Gulf of Tonkin involved an attack and an alleged attack on US destroyers by North Vietnamese forces in August, 1964. On August 2, the USS Maddox was pursued by North Vietnamese torpedo boats. The Maddox fired warning shots, and the North Vietnamese then attacked with torpedoes and machine gun fire. The US suffered only minor and no casualties; the North Vietnamese boats were damaged and they suffered several casualties. On August 4, there was a report of a second Tonkin Gulf incident was alleged, but this later was revealed as a false report. Nevertheless, the American public was told of two attacks and the incidents were used to get Congress to pass the Tonkin Gulf resolution, which gave the President open-ended powers to deploy troops in the military effort in Vietnam.
The key wording in the resolution said:
The resolution had significant consequences for the Vietnam War and beyond that time. In regard to the Vietnam War, it provided the justification for the president, Lyndon Johnson, to escalate US involvement in the war and magnify the number of US troops there by hundreds of thousands. Between 1964 and the end of Johnson's presidency in 1969, US troop levels in Vietnam increased from around 20,000 to over 500,000.
In US foreign policy in general, the Gulf of Tonkin resolution represented an increase of the power of the Commander in Chief (the president) to deploy troops without getting formal approval in advance from Congress.
ANSWERED AT 11/03/2020 - 07:58 PM
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Answer:It was used as a substitute for train travel.
thats wrong sorry
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D: It was linked to the bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa.
The terrorist attacks on the United States embassies in Africa took place on August 7, 1998 in Nairobi (Kenya), and in Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), the main objective being the embassies of the United States. These attacks, whose authors were linked to the terrorist group Al-Qaeda, led to Osama bin Laden, leader of the group, being included in the list of the ten most wanted FBI fugitives.
In the attack on the embassy in Nairobi, at least 213 people were killed, including 12 Americans, and between 4,000 and 5,500 people were injured. As a result of the violent explosion, several large buildings in the center of the city and the weakening of the Kenyan economy were completely destroyed.
In response to the events, on August 20, 1998, Operation Infinite Reach was carried out, through a missile attack from a United States Navy cruiser to an Al-Qaida training camp in Afghanistan and the destruction of a pharmaceutical plant in Sudan, following suspicions that chemical weapons were produced at the Al Shifa plant and controlled by the Arab terrorist Osama bin Laden.
Along with the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in 1993, the bombing of Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia, and the attack against the USS Cole in Yemen, the attacks on the US embassies in Africa are part of the major anti-American attacks. that preceded the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
ANSWERED AT 05/03/2020 - 05:11 PM
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Dorothea Dix And Elizabeth Blackwell
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Georgia has been known for the way it always prepared for facing the two world wars. Among the many steps taken were the preparation and establishment of several military facilities and bases that served to prepare troops for battle. One such facility, that was also known because it became a training field for pilots and airmen, was Camp Hancock, named so after Winfield Scott Hancock, and set up near Augusta. It was distinguished in both wars through its 80th division, which went into battle at the Western front. The second such place was Souther Field, a civilian airport through which participation took place in both World War I and II as it became the launching site and training site for many military pilots and airmen. This is why the correct answer here is A: Souther.
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All the train depots were in Union hands.
His men had not eaten for many days.
General Grant had surrounded Lee on three sides, leaving the northwest as his solitary unhampered course. Lee realized that there was no expectation of providing his military by withdrawing toward that path. He was in "checkmate": he had no different alternatives left. The hopeless Lee reached out to Grant that he was set up to give up the Army of Northern Virginia.
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QUESTION POSTED AT 28/02/2020 - 10:37 AM
The correct answer is - B) by making it possible for natural resources to be transported to different cities and tows.
The expansion and development of the railroads was revolutionary in many aspects, one of which was the availability of natural resources. Before the railroad expansion, the natural resources couldn't be transported to distant location, or only in smaller amounts. While that is not a big problem for the resources like the gold, the ones like the coal and timber are not economically justified nor are of great use if they are transported in small amounts. So once the railroad expansion took place, this all changed, and the natural resources were now possible to be delivered in large amounts over long distances without problems.
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