SOCIAL STUDIES HIGH SCHOOL

How do mascots and symbolic practices function to achieve group unity and individual identity?

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Answer 1
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they unite everyone in the event taking place under one thing that they all have in common


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MIDDLE SCHOOL

A canyon wall is shown. The rocks that make up the wall are layered.​ From the evidence in the picture, which statement is most correct about what the fossil record looks like in this location?

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Answer:

The statement that is most correct about what the fossil record looks like in this location is that there has been extensive sedimentation, carving of plateaus, stream erosion, and vulcanism in the region.

Explanation:

  • The fossils obtained of rocks formed as far back as in the Paleozoic era have been found at various canyons in the United States.  These canyons are identical to the one shown in the picture.
  • It is evident from the study of these fossils that they have been subjected to various geological processes and natural carving and cutting, stream erosion, etc.
  • The present-day shape of the canyons can be attributed to the geological processes of millions of years.

HIGH SCHOOL

_____ is marked by feelings of great sadness, despair, and hopelessness, as well as the loss of the ability to experience pleasure.

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The answer is depression
HIGH SCHOOL

The generativity versus stagnation developmental crisis occurs during the

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The later years of adulthood are marked by a need to create something that will continue on after we are gone. Essentially, we begin to feel the need to leave some kind of lasting mark on the world. This can involve raising children, taking care of others, or having some type of positive impact on other people. Careers, family, church groups, community organizations and other things can all help contribute to this sense of accomplishment and pride.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Potential innovators raise the carrying capacity of the population. True False

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Answer:true

Explanation:

COLLEGE

Despite doing very well in several college business courses and earning a glowing performance review from her internship supervisor, mira is very anxious about being able to pass her gmat exams. mira seems to demonstrate lower

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What Mira is demonstrating on the way she behaves is that she has low self efficacy. This is being portrayed to people who believe that their capabilities or ability couldn't succeed. This affects the person's way of approaching the challenges or goals that comes into their life. This happens when the person has a low self-efficacy that they don't believe their capabilities could succeed.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

3 ways how you as a child would deal with the negative impact of divorce

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Answer:

talk to a therapist (or someone close to you) try having a heart to heart conversation with either one of your parents (share you feelings abojt the situation) and try to look on the bright side of things

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COLLEGE

Studies that demonstrate that gender differences fluctuate depending on the social situation offer proof that __________.

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Hey there,
The answer is - Social forces have an impact on some gender differences.

Hope this helps :))

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

An _____________ is someone who wants a practice or institution to be stopped. give an answer to the blank

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Answer: Activist?

Explanation: sorry if wrong

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What was one event that helped make the united States a world power

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World war II it is a right answer hope so u get it

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Determine if the answers to the following questions are correct: 1. What is the best method to learn CPR? A: You should take an accredited first-aid training course that includes CPR and also how to use an AED. 2. Identify the CAB’s of CPR, AND describe the meaning of each letter below in a complete sentence. C – C stands for circulation; to restore blood circulation with chest compressions. A – Airway is what A stands for and it means to clear the airway. B – B stands for breathing for the person. 3. Identify 4 differences in administering CPR to a child (ages 1-8 years) rather than for an adult. a. You only use one hand when performing heart compressions on a child. b. When you perform CPR on a child, you have to breathe gently. c. Before calling 911 or using and AED, you must first perform five cycles of breathing and compressions for about two minutes. d. If after five cycles of CPR the child doesn’t respond, apply and follow the prompts of an AED. 4. The most common cause of cardiac arrest in infants is due to the lack of oxygen. What are the two most common causes of lack of oxygen in infants? a. Drowning b. Choking 5. How do the rescue efforts differ when rescuing a baby if you are the only rescuer or if there is an additional rescuer? A. If you are the only rescuer, do five cycles of CPR, and then call 911. B. Have the other person who is with you call for help while you attend to the baby. 6. How does breathing for a baby differ from that of an adult or child? Instead of using deep breaths from your lungs, you use the strength of your cheeks to give them gentle puffs of air, in order to slowly breathe into the baby’s mouth one time, and then take a breath and continue.