SOCIAL STUDIES MIDDLE SCHOOL

African savanna environmental factors

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Answer 1
Answer: There are  two types of factors facing African Savanna Environment:
Biotic factors- A living thing, as an animal or plant, that influences or affects an ecosystem
Abiotic factors- A non-living condition or thing, as climate or habitat that influences or affects an ecosystem and the organisms in it.
List of Biotic Factors in a Savanna:
1. Hoofed animals such as zebras and antelope 2. Carnivores such as lions and other cats 3. Herbivores such as elephants and rhinos 4. Grasses such as Elephant Grass and Bermuda grass 5. Bacteria and viruses 6. Fungai 7. Bushes 8. Trees such as Jackal berry tree 9. Plants such as Senegal gum Acacia 10. Birds such as African Spoonbill.
List of Abiotic Factors in a Savanna :
1. Solar energy from the sun 2. Light from the sun 3. Climate and temperature 4. Wind, rain, and other weather 5. Fires 6. Oxygen and other gasses in the atmosphere 7. Soil and everything in it 8. Pollution 9. Earthquakes and other natural disaters 10. Water

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

How to write 1.23,1.2,2.31,3.2 from least to greatest

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it would be 1.2, 1.23, 2.31, 3.2. i hope this helps
12, 1.23, 2.31 3.2are the order
HIGH SCHOOL

A member of the House of Representatives (2 points) must be a resident of the district elected to represent according to the Constitution
must vote on all revenue bills according to how the majority political party decides
is not required to be a resident of the district elected to represent but usually is by tradition
is not eligible to serve on any committee that contains members of another political party

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When you look at these two options:

must vote on all revenue bills according to how the majority political party decides

is not eligible to serve on any committee that contains members of another political party


These would mean that the majority party would face no opposition in the parliament; but this is not true; we can reject this option.

The other two options are similar but opposites. Which one is true?

The true description of the Members of the House of Representatives is the following:


is not required to be a resident of the district elected to represent but usually is by tradition

- they're not required to live in the district they represent.

COLLEGE

Which of the following definitions best describes the term devolution?

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I believe the answer is:  the breakup of a state into smaller, independent states
In devolution, A central government would delegate its authorities to smaller states in order to ensure that it covers all citizens that live in that country,
This method of government usually could only be found in countries with large number of populations and territories.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Speaker 1: Now that we are independent, Americans should create a government that mirrors the government of Great Britain. Speaker 2: After experiencing a tyranny of Great Britain, Americans know how important it is to limit the government's power.
Speaker 3: Our victory in the Revolutionary War prove that Americans have wisdom to choose good leaders.
Speaker 4: As for former colonies, the American states are likely to thrive under a system of strong centralized government.

Which speaker would most likely support the government established by the Articles of Confederation?

A. Speaker 2
B. Speaker 3
C. Speaker 1
D. Speaker 4

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Answer:

A. Speaker 2

Explanation:

The Articles of Confederation is known as the first written American constitution. It has its origins in times of war, also, its development was delayed since people were afraid of central authority and states demanded their lands, until it was sanctioned on March 1, 1781. These articles recognized the states' sovereignity and independency, leaving Congress as an auxiliary resource to solve certain issues, and not having the power to collect taxes or mint money. It was a weak central government, which eventually led to the Constitutional Convention in 1787 that modified and elaborated new federal laws.

HIGH SCHOOL

I believe that in cooperative circumstances interracial contact between people of equal status will cause them to become less prejudiced and to abandon old stereotypes.

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Answer:Gordon Allport's contact hypothesis

Explanation:

According to contact hypothesis prejudice and conflict between people of different race or different groups can be reduced if people of those groups can interact more with each other.

Gordon Allport, says this depends on four things that need to be met first in order for prejudice to be reduced this way: equal status, cooperation,common goals and institutional support.

Equal status means everyone get the same treatment because when other groups are treated as superior this increases prejudice

Common goals - when people are working towards one thing they are likely to work cooperatively and this changes how they look at each other

HIGH SCHOOL

Why did slavery continue after the revolution

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It continued existing because the entire economy depended on it. The farms and ranches were huge and with a free workforce, there was no need to spend money as much so people amassed large amounts of wealth. This made the country rich and kept the economy pumping strong. When slavery was abolished, most of the plantations fell into disarray and eventually the slave owners lost everything.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

What natural boundary helps form the border between the United States and Mexico? Gulf of mexico
Atlantic ocean
Great lakes
Rio grande

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Your Answer is D. Rio Grande 

The natural boundary that helps form the border between the United States and Mexico is called the Rio Grande. The Rio Grande runs along New Mexico and Texas.

HIGH SCHOOL

____________ is accomplished by reviewing all change proposals, estimating their impact on project goals wherever appropriate, approving or declining changes, and managing changes to deliverables, schedules, budgets, and the project management plan.

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Answer:

Integrated change control

Explanation:

Integrated change control is a process in project management that involves managing all changes that may occur during the project.

It involves reviewing the requests for change from different areas of the organization, and deciding whether to accept or reject these requests.

Change requests may include; changes to the budget, processes, project timeline or the project plan.

If a request for change is accepted, then it's implementation must be monitored and controlled.

HIGH SCHOOL

The Civil Service Commission was designed to ______.

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The United States Civil Service Commission was designed to

 ''oversee  merit-based selection for federal civil service employees''


The commission was established in 1883 under the Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act.

This was eventually replaced by the United States Office of Personnel Management and the Merit Systems Protection Board.





Answer: oversee  merit-based selection for federal civil service employees

Explanation: Hi, The United States Civil Service Commission was a government agency of the federal government of the United States and was created to select employees of federal government on merit rather than relationships.

The work of the commission was mainly restricted to the lower grades of employment, and it was not until the first 20 years of the 20th century that the merit system of recruitment was expanded to cover half the posts in the federal service.

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