SOCIAL STUDIES HIGH SCHOOL

The Fair Labor Standards Act mandates that employees who are not excluded from its coverage and who work more than ________ hours in a week be paid no less than one and one-half times their regular wage for all the hours beyond ________ that they work during a given week

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

The Fair Labor Standard Act mandates that employees who are not excluded from its coverage and who works more than 40 hours in a week be paid no less than one and a half times their regular wage  for all the hours beyond regular hours that they work in a week.

Explanation:

  • The 'Fair Labor Standards Act' is a 'federal law' that set up eligibility for overtime pay, minimum wage, child labor standards which affects part-time and full-time workers mostly in the private organizations and in state, federal, and local governments.
  • Fair Labor Standard Act protects the labors against unfair pay and wages or work regulations. They also prohibit the child labor.

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COLLEGE

Which of the following is a statical metho that explains varuability in terms of other unobserrvable variables A. Grouping
B. Factor analysis
C. Correlation coeffcient
D. Varaiance analysis
E. Indentification

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Answer:

B. Factor analysis

Explanation:                                            

Factor analysis: In statistics, the term factor analysis is defined as one of the statistical methods that are being used or utilized to explain the variability between discerned, correlated variables concerning the unobserved variables which are lower in numbers known as factors.

Types:

1. Exploratory factor analysis or EFA.

2. Confirmatory factor analysis or CFA.

Factor analysis aims at uncovering the underlying factors which is responsible for explaining the correlations between different outcomes and different variables should be somehow correlated.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

According to the social exchange theory, any of a person's resources can be traded for more, better, or different resources that another person possesses T/F

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Answer:

The given statement is True. According to social exchange theory, any of a person's resources can be traded for more, better, or different resources that another person possesses.

Explanation:

Social Exchange Theory is basically the study of social behaviors of two parties that interact to implement the cost benefit analysis to determine the risk and benefit factors associated with this interaction. The resources could be a lot, tangible and intangible, like money, intelligence, status, good looks, power, talent, fame, affection, etc.

So according to this theory, any of a person's resources can be traded for more, better or different resources that another person have.

HIGH SCHOOL

Joseph and Mary went to Jerusalem to celebrate the Feast of the: Tabernacle
Passover
Trumpets
Pentecost

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they went to celebrate the Passover

they went to celebrate the Passover

MIDDLE SCHOOL

How did Spain's success in finding gold and land in the Americas affect other nations

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Spain was becoming very rich and England was worried that they would build an army and attack; so the Queen of England hired a pirate ( Francis Drake) to go steal the gold.

HIGH SCHOOL

Professor szumski conducts research designed to identify persuasion strategies that promote lasting changes in attitudes. professor szumski is most likely a ________ psychologist.

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Professor Szumski is most likely a Social psychologist
Social psychologists studies the factors that could influence Individual's train of thought, emotions, and behavior using scientific method.
The data that taken for analyzartion in social psychologist tend to be more qualitative compared to other scientific fields

HIGH SCHOOL

Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.” The theme of this passage from the Declaration of Independence is best described as:

experience shows suffering

new governments provide security

long-term governments should not be changed lightly

discomfort can be endured, but abuse will not tolerated

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Long-term governments should not be changed lightly  dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which is an example cooperative federalism

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Answer:

An example of cooperative federalism is the federal government giving tax revenue to the states in order to fund interstate highways; the states are allowed to govern the construction and maintenance process in accordance with goals set by the national government.

Explanation:

Answer:

building the interstate highway system and collection of property taxes for funding school systems

Explanation:

these are examples of cooperative federalism

COLLEGE

Needs that we learn in response to our parents, social environment and interactions with the environment are called ________ needs.

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Psychological needs. :)
Hope it helps!
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Vanessa is having a birthday party at her local county park. As she is cleaning up, her garbage bag breaks. As a responsible citizen, she should leave the trash for the ranger
leave the trash for the animals to eat
pick up the trash
give up because she only had one bag

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Pick up the trash;)
 hope this helps
She should pick up the trash
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A Step Back in Time Elizabeth Mohn 1.France is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, and I discovered a few of the reasons why so many people visit the country during a recent excursion. While in France, I visited numerous world-famous landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and the Champs-Élysées. While these sights were breathtaking, they did not capture the top spot in my list of favorite attractions. Instead, the place I found the most enchanting was a mansion called La Grand Maison. 2.While pedaling through France's idyllic side streets on my bicycle one day, I overheard a radio advertisement spoken in English. Although I've been working on French language skills, I was still elated to hear something in English: 3.Come to La Grand Maison and take a step back in time. This extraordinary home, which was nearly demolished, has been closed to outsiders for one hundred years. During that time, none of the original artifacts—not a single valuable painting or priceless sculpture—were removed or altered. This gargantuan building is thirty thousand square feet, and its historical details allow visitors to travel back to the late 1800s, when the building was first constructed. 4.That was all I needed to hear, which was good because as I pedaled on, I could no longer hear the grainy voice on the radio. To begin my journey, I stopped a local café, ate breakfast, and got directions to the mansion. Once I pedaled up to the building, I realized the radio announcer had not been exaggerating the building's enormity. La Grand Maison is one of the most impressive buildings I have ever seen. 5.The most extraordinary aspect of the mansion was that it was preserved for more one hundred years in perfect condition. It originally belonged to a French nobleman who adored French culture and history. Upon his death, the nobleman gave his mansion to the town. However, the donation had one stipulation: the mansion had to be turned into a museum, or a musée as the French call it, after one hundred years. 6.Therefore, last year the town held a fundraiser to collect funds to restore the mansion's roof, landscaping, and outbuildings. Their efforts paid off, and now the grounds look as they did at the turn of the twentieth century. 7.The inside of the home was equally astonishing. I saw marble statues of elegant women, intricate paintings adorning the walls, and furniture covered in fabric that looked as though it had been spun from the highest quality gold. Touring La Grand Maison was the opportunity of a lifetime—it really was as though I taken a step back in time. Read the passage on the left to answer the following questions: How would the advertisement the writer heard on the radio be different from a play about an old French mansion? A) The advertisement convinces by giving facts, and a play would entertain by telling a story. B) The advertisement entertains by listing ideas, and a play would inform by presenting details. C) The advertisement educates by describing history, and a play would convince by showing emotion. D) The advertisement informs by telling a story, and a play would persuade by making up information.