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Specialization causes individuals and nations to rely on one another thus increasing the degree of

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Answer 1
Answer: They increasing the degree of production efficiency.
Due to specialization, one nation could produce a certain product with lower cost or greater quality compared to other nations.
Because of this, other nations could simply fulfill the need for that specific product from that specialized nation, and choose to allocate their time and resources to produce another type of products.

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Que significa la abreviatura cjn

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CJN- Cleveland Jewish News (newspaper)
CJN- Canadian Jewish News
CJN- Casier Judiciaire National (French: National Criminal Record)
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What percentage of weight loss is enough to reduce health risks and increase life expectancy in obese individuals?

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Answer:

A 5-10% is enough to reduce health risks and increase life expectancy in obese individuals.

Explanation:

Obesity is a medical condition in which an individual has an excess weight or fat which has become risky to his/her health.

General guidelines suggest that a 5-10% in weight loss is enough to reduce health risks such as high cholesterol, hypertension and diabetes, amongst others.

Answer:

A 5-10% is enough to reduce health risks and increase life expectancy in obese individuals.

Explanation:

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Identify two events that led to the American Revolution. Define each event and explain how it caused tension between the colonists and Great Britain. Please Explain.

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Answer:

1. The Stamp Act (March 1765)

2. The Boston Tea Party (December 1773)

Explanation:

1. The Stamp Act (March 1765)

To try to recuperate some of the massive debt left over from the war with France, Parliament passed laws such as the Stamp Act, which for the first time taxed a wide range of transactions in the colonies, The colonists didn’t understand it that way. They feel aggrieved not only having to buy things from the British but pay tax on them as well. “The tax never got collected, because there were riots all over the pace,”

2. The Boston Tea Party (December 1773)

The British ultimately removed their forces from Boston and retracted much of the onerous Townshend regulation. But they left in place the tax on tea, and in 1773 enacted a new law, the Tea Act, to support up the financially struggling British East India Company. The act gave the company extended favorable treatment under tax regulations, so that it could sell tea at a price that undercut the American merchants who imported from Dutch trader

and in retaliation The Sons of Liberty, a radical group, decided to confront the British head-on. they were disguised as Mohawks, they boarded three ships in Boston harbor and destroyed more than 92,000 pounds of British tea by dumping it into the harbor.

the act of defiance “really ticked off the British government,” Randall explains. “Many of the East India Company’s shareholders were members of Parliament

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Explanation:

The men and women who colonized the New World did so because they desired opportunity for themselves and their kids and desired a level of freedom. They were generally not the type of people who would tolerate these things being taken away from them.

The formation of colonial legislatures gave the colonist a feeling of independence from British rule in that they were able to pass their own laws and muster troops.

Prior to the end of the French and Indian War Britten pretty much did not interfere with the American colonist and were very lax with many of the regulations that were in place. This British policy was dubbed salutary neglect. This all changed after the French and Indian War and the need of the British to raise money to pay their war debts. The colonist resented this interference.

A cultural movement took place in Europe in the late 1600s and 1700s called the Enlightenment. Writers involved in this movement such as John Locke wrote about such issues as limited government and consent of the governed. This movement influenced the thinking of many of the founding fathers as they began to seek liberty and freedom from the control of the British.

Sugar Act (1764). This British law charged duties on sugar imported by the colonies. Several other products were also taxed.

Currency Act (1751 and 1764). Several Acts which regulated the issuing of money by the American colonist.

Stamp Act (1765). This British law required certain printed materials including newspapers in America be on paper produced in Brittan and stamped with a revenue stamp.

Quartering Act (1765). This act forced the colonist to provide food and shelter for British soldiers when needed.

Townshend Acts (1767). A series of acts passed By Brittan beginning in 1767 that taxed the colonies.

Boston Massacre (1770). An angry mob of colonist confronts British soldiers in Boston. Five colonists are killed.

Tea Act (1773). This act basically gave the British East India Company a monopoly on tea trade in the Americas.

Boston Tea Party (1773). In response to the Tea Act patriots dressed as American Indians dump British tea into Boston Harbor.

Intolerable Acts (1774). A series of laws also called the Coercive Acts passed by Brittan in response to the Boston Tea Party.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which statements correctly describe the US Virgin Islands? Check all that apply. 1.The islands were ceded to the United States by Spain. 2.The residents vote in local elections on the islands.
3.The islands are located near American Samoa.
4.The islands are located in the Caribbean Sea.
5.The residents vote in US presidential elections.
6.The residents are born citizens of the United States.
7.The residents elect a nonvoting delegate to Congress

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4.The islands are located in the Caribbean Sea.

4,The islands are located in the Caribbean Sea. Hope this helps ya! ^.^

HIGH SCHOOL

When kitana wants her teacher to repeat a question, she asks, would you please repeat the question? but when she needs a classmate to repeat himself, she says, huh? this example shows that kitana understands _____?

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The correct item to fill this up is:

Kitana understands the pragmatics of language.

Pragmatics refers to everything that we say, how we say it, our body language and whether it is suitable to the given situation. So in the 1st case as she was talking to the teacher, she was using the formal language since that is what’s appropriate in the situation. 

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Tom, Mary and Jill have apartments in the same building. A security system for their building costs $750. Tom is willing to pay $100 for the security system, Mary is willing to pay $300 and Jill is willing to pay $300. They have a meeting to vote on whether to pay $250 each for the security system. At least two of them must vote for the system to be installed before the vote is passed. The efficient outcome is to have the security system installed. After the meeting the security system will __________, which illustrates ___________.

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Answer:

Be installed / the free-rider problem.

Explanation:

The free-rider problem is the definition to a market failure in which those who benefit from a certain resource (in this case the security system) does not pay for said resource. In this case, given that the security system will cover the whole building, those (like Tom) that do not pay will continue to benefit from it regardless.

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Which of the following is not a possible reason for migration? a.
climate changes
b.
diminished food supply
c.
reproduction patterns
d.
increased biodiversity

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Answer: C

Asexual reproduction: The process by which offspring are formed WITHOUT the FUSION of an egg and sperm. Only ONE individual is involved in the process. There are many different forms such as: BUDDING, BINARY FISSION and FRAGMENTATION. Organisms that reproduce asexually do NOT have a gender or sex organs.

This choice is not really a reason to migrate.

Hope this helps!

Answer:

D.increased biodiversity

Explanation:

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Lastly, behavioral evidence indicates that relativism permeates our society whereby we use our ‘business ethics' in business, our ‘family ethics' at home or our ‘global ethics' with other cultures, etc. explain the flaws in this approach to being good. in other words, are there really ‘business ethics' or just ‘ethics'? explain in detail

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The flaws are intrinsic to the human behavior and morality of the time. Business ethics, home ethics and global ethics depend on the beliefs and behavior of the community and at the same time, it also depends on the historical moment where they are considered an the needs of the moment.

Aristotelian teachings, nevertheless, have proven to be timeless – what is good or bad for a society, regardless the place or the time- will always be consider “desirable means of behavior”, but they adapt to the morality of the time; social and legal regulations as well as economic interests and needs influence the morality, therefore become "relative" somehow.

Indeed, ethical relativism as a theory, holds that "there is no absolute universal rule in the moral rectitude of society". Consequently, it is argued that the ethical performance of an individual depends or is relative to the society to which it belongs.

Explanation:

Ethics is considered a philosophical discipline that studies good and evil and its relationships with moral and human behavior. "Aristotle is consider the father of ethics. On the other hand, ethical relativism is the theory that holds that there is no absolute universal rule in the moral rectitude of a society. Accordingly, it is maintained that the ethical performance of an individual depends, or it is relative to the society to which it belongs, but at the end, always good ethical values always prevails and emerge, when the inestability that cause epistemological doubts are succeded.

Morality, often confused with "ethics", is a set of customs and norms that are considered good for directing or judging the behavior of people in a community, in a given specific time.

While ethics is considered universal, morality is temporary and in terms of ethical relativism, it depends on the place and customs of society where moral rules are applied. Therefore, the main flaw of relativism ethics theory is that does not take in consideration the natural variations of morality, and present ethics as an endless road of “changes and discrepancies” when thay actually, never change. Though, love, goodness, honorability (to mention some) will always be consider “desirable characteristics or ethical principles, no matter the time or the society".

This argument is presented by Aristotle by the principle of non-contradiction, according to which it is impossible for the same characteristic to belong and not belong to the same object in the same way and at the same time.

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According to _____, thoughts (or cognitions), behavior, and the environment all interact to produce personality.

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The answer is Albert Bandura's theory of reciprocal determinism. Reciprocal determinism is the hypothesis put forward by analyst Albert Bandura that a man's conduct the two impacts and is affected by individual components and the social condition. Bandura acknowledges the likelihood of a person's conduct being adapted using results.
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