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It is important to keep the lines of communication open because it will ______. a. Make sure people choose your side in a conflict b. Prevent negative emotions from building c. Cause people to do what you want d. Lead to an increase in your salary

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Answer 1
Answer: B. Prevent negative emotions from building is the best answer I believe, also its the most logical one I can see. 
Answer 2
Answer:

The answer is B I took the test


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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Describe the evolution of the orchestra as it moved through the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Modern periods

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Answer:

1.Baroque Orchestra (1600-1760)

Strings were the most important part in Baroque music where orchestras had from 10 to 30 players.

Classical Orchestra (1750-1830)

Classical orchestras had 30 to 60 players in 4 sections: percussion, brass, strings and woodwinds.

Romantic Orchestra (1815-1910)

With 100 players or more, Romantic orchestra featured greater use of brass and piano.

Modern Symphony Orchestra (Present)

Modern orchestras are a bit smaller than in the Romantic Era. The modern symphony orchestra varies in size. Typically, it has a power of about 100.

Answer:

The answer is below

Explanation:

The Evolution Of The Orchestra

The "Orchestra " was derived from a Greek word to decribe an area on stage in which chorus and dance is performed. It later evolved to describes the players themselves. Developed in between 17th and 18th century, it passed through different evolutionary process till the modern moment.

Orchestra however, moved through different evolutionary periods which includes:

1. Baroque period

2. Classical period

3. Romantîc period

4. Modern period

1. Baroque period is characterized by its non standardized sizes, as it the number of players can range between ten to thirty (10-30) This period of orchestra existed between 1600-1760. It is the beginning of orchestra period, and the section of the orchestra during this period are called: woodwind, brass, and strings.

2. Classical period was famous for its relatively large number of its members which is between thirty to sixty (30-60) and its variety in tone colour, with each section of the orchestra having a dedicated role. With its melodic solo, it was developed between 1750 to 1830 and was characterized by its flexible and colourful instrument, such that the composers could entrust their most powerful and dramatic musical conceptions.

3. Romantîc Period: this period of orchestra was developed between 1815 to 1910 characterized with its about 100 players or more, it was distinct with its expansion of formal structure in composition, and was considered to be more passionate and expressive. Most instruments used during this period includes brass and piano

4. Modern period however characterized by its various number of instruments used in its performance, which includes violins, violas, cellos, double basses, clarinet, bassons amongst others. The size of it members can vary but often peak at one hundred (100).

HIGH SCHOOL

)What is the title of the most well-known morality plays from the 1400s? Pilgrim’s Progress Oresteia Everyman Women of Virtue

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That would be Everyman.

Question - What is the title of the most well-known morality plays from the 1400s? Pilgrim’s Progress, Oresteia, Everyman, Women of Virtue

Answer - Everyman

Why - "Of all morality plays, the one that is considered the greatest, and that is still performed, is Everyman."

HIGH SCHOOL

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you can always see cross contour lines on an object. true or false

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Yes we always see cross contour lines on an object
“we always see contour lines” true
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which statements about early American samplers are true? Choose all answers that are correct.

A.
They were sewn by schoolboys who learned to make them from their art teachers.

B.
They often showed alphabets, numbers, poems, sayings, names, and birth dates.

C.
They had borders with pictures of houses, birds, flowers, or trees.

D.
They were made using cotton thread sewn on wool or leather.

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They often showed alphabets, numbers, poems, sayings, names, and birth dates about early American samplers are true. Thus, option B is correct.

What is a Sampler?

Samplers do fundamental inspection and analysis, document findings, and present them. They also set up, clean, as well as preserve the apparatus that will be used in studies.

As illustrations of contemporary American female education, tests have grown in significance in museums around the world. Many are autographed, and some have places, teachers' logos, and names engraved on them.

More intricate items with decorative motifs like poetry, wildflowers, houses, and various religious, agricultural, and/or grieving scenes were embroidered and colleges grew in popularity. Therefore, option B is the correct option.

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Answer:

its is b

Explanation:

caused i just took the test and i got 100%

HIGH SCHOOL

What does salt do when added to breads? A.
replaces baking soda
B.
kills the yeast
C.
activates the yeast
D.
stabilizes the gluten
E.
enhances the color of breads

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That’s a thuff one but it activates the yeast

Answer:

D. stabilizes the gluten

Explanation:

Salt enhances the flavor and texture of bread by stabilizing the gluten. It also restricts yeast activity and keeps the bread from rising too high or fast.

HIGH SCHOOL

What are pages called that are painted to look like textiles? A. carpet pages
B. embroidered pages
C. vellum pages
D. tapestry pages

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D hope this helps !:)

What medium was used to make the Bayeux tapestry?

a.

embroidered cloth

b.

painted linen

c.

painted cloth

d.

painted vellum

the answer is a i put d and got it wrong

COLLEGE

Catholicism of the Western Roman Empire was centered in A. Rome. B. Constantinople.
C. Greece.
D. Russia.

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The correct answer here is Rome.

After the Great Schism of the Christian Church that occurred in 1054, the Church was divided into two parts. The Eastern Orthodox church that had its center in Constantinople and the Western Catholic Church which had its center in Rome, where it was during the time of the Western Roman Empire and where it is still located today.
Rome-rome was the central place for catholicism because it was the base of operation for the early roman church
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which statements about the art of William Morris are true? Choose all answers that are correct. (10 Points)

A.
He added beauty and fine craftsmanship to functional household objects.

B.
He used chemical dyes to obtain harsh, bold colors in his upholsteries and tapestries.

C.
He added complex patterns to upholstery on furnishings, tapestries, wallpapers, books, and other objects.

D.
He often used curved foliage to guide viewers' eyes through the design.

E.
He designed all the parts of an interior to create a sense of harmony.

F.
He created fine books by using classically inspired typefaces and simple patterns in the borders.

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These are the correct answers ↓↓↓

-  He added beauty and fine craftsmanship to functional household objects

-He often used curved foliage to guide viewers' eyes through the design.

-He added complex patterns to upholstery on furnishings, tapestries, wallpapers, books, and other objects.

-He designed all the parts of an interior to create a sense of harmony

I hope you all pass! :)

Answer:

f

Explanation:

HIGH SCHOOL

A what is a basic element of art referring to a continuous mark made on a surface by a moving point

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The answer is color because is the element of art.
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