How did the new rifles and cannons during the Civil War, force military leaders to change up their battle tactics?


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Answer: They could no longer order soldiers to charge against these weapons because the results were deadly. hope this helps

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A “stressor” is defined as _______. (A) a trigger that prompts a stressful reaction.
(B) the physiological reaction of the body to environmental factors.
(C) a negative emotion resulting from environmental unpleasantness.
(D) the nonspecific response of the body to any demand made on it.


The correct answer is A. A trigger that prompts a stressful reaction.


In psychology and related fields, a "stressor" refers to a situation, agent, stimulus, event or in general terms a trigger that leads to stress usually because the trigger represents a challenge or threat to the individual. This also implies stressors are linked to reactions such as muscle tension, fear, rapid heartbeat, etc. that are part of stress. Additionally, there are many types of stressors and this can lead to different levels of stress depending on individuals' reaction and ability to manage stress. Considering this, a "stressor" can be defined as a trigger that prompts a stressful reaction.


10 steps of how a bill becomes a law​



Step 1: A Bill Is Born

Anyone may draft a bill; however, only members of Congress can introduce legislation, and, by doing so, become the sponsor(s). The president, a member of the cabinet or the head of a federal agency can also propose legislation, although a member of Congress must introduce it.

Step 2: Committee Action

As soon as a bill is introduced, it is referred to a committee. At this point the bill is examined carefully and its chances for passage are first determined. If the committee does not act on a bill, the bill is effectively "dead."

Step 3: Subcommittee Review

Often, bills are referred to a subcommittee for study and hearings. Hearings provide the opportunity to put on the record the views of the executive branch, experts, other public officials and supporters, and opponents of the legislation.

Step 4: Mark up

When the hearings are completed, the subcommittee may meet to "mark up" the bill; that is, make changes and amendments prior to recommending the bill to the full committee. If a subcommittee votes not to report legislation to the full committee, the bill dies. If the committee votes for the bill, it is sent to the floor.

Step 5: Committee Action to Report a Bill

After receiving a subcommittee's report on a bill the full committee votes on its recommendation to the House or Senate. This procedure is called "ordering a bill reported."

Step 6: Voting

After the debate and the approval of any amendments, the bill is passed or defeated by the members voting.

Step 7: Referral to Other Chamber

When the House or Senate passes a bill, it is referred to the other chamber, where it usually follows the same route through committee and floor action. This chamber may approve the bill as received, reject it, ignore it, or change it.

Step 8: Conference Committee Action

When the actions of the other chamber significantly alter the bill, a conference committee is formed to reconcile the differences between the House and Senate versions. If the conferees are unable to reach agreement, the legislation dies. If agreement is reached, a conference report is prepared describing the committee members' recommendations for changes. Both the House and Senate must approve the conference report

Step 9: Final Action

After both the House and Senate have approved a bill in identical form, it is sent to the president. If the president approves of the legislation, he signs it and it becomes law. Or, if the president takes no action for ten days, while Congress is in session, it automatically becomes law.If the president opposes the bill he can veto it; or if he takes no action after the Congress has adjourned its second session, it is a "pocket veto" and the legislation dies.

Step 10: Overriding a Veto

If the president vetoes a bill, Congress may attempt to "override the veto." If both the Senate and the House pass the bill by a two-thirds majority, the president's veto is overruled and the bill becomes a law.

1 the bill is born

2 committee Action

3 subcommittee review it

4 it gets marked up

5 the committee action reports it

6 it gets voted on

7 it gets refereed to another chamber

8 the bill gets formed

9 it gets sent to the president

10 the president can ether pass or veto the bill.  


According to the Center for 21st Century Skills, critical thinking ability includes all of the following skills, EXCEPT ______. A. reason effectively
B. solve problems
C. communicate clearly
D. use systems thinking


According to the Center for 21st Century Skills, critical thinking ability includes all of the following skills, EXCEPT reason effectively. I choose the first option becuase this type of test usually examinates such values : assumptions; concepts; purpose and so one, and it seems to me that the first option is inappropriate. 
Hope you will agree with me! Regards.

The correct answer is "C".

Critical thinking is a procedure that involves a detailed analysis of the facts in order to form a judgment that will subsequently lead to a decision. This procedure includes analyzing all the stakeholders involved in a particular situation and the scenarios that would materialize according to one decision or another.


How big is india and how much religion did it have through the whole country​


it is 1.269million square miles and s at least nine recognized religions


Is a particularly promising blend of cognitive behavior and psychoanalytic techniques, which has been used to treat clients with borderline personality disorder?


I believe the answer is: Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) was first developed by a psychologist name Marsha Linehan. This therapy is aimed to make the participants develop necessar cognitive and psychosocial skills that allow them to adapt to group settings and work together as a team.

Larry is part of the Board of Governors that manages U.S. monetary policy. He has been elected by the President to serve a single 14-year term. In addition to setting the monetary policy, he is responsible for extending banking services to commercial banks. In this scenario, Larry is most likely part of the _____.



Larry is most likely part of the Federal Reserve System of the United States, and in fact, he is likely to be the president of the Federal Reserve.

This is because he has been appointed by the president, will serve a very long-term (14 years), and he's been tasked with leading the monetary policy of the country, a function that falls within the scope of the Federal Reserve, and that is headed by its president.


Results of a study show a significant positive correlation between scores on the Dissociative Experiences Scale and a questionnaire on child abuse. The researchers conclude that this supports "the view that dissociation represents a reaction to early negative experience." What is one problem with this conclusion?



It assumes there is a cause-and-effect relationship


The flaw of the conclusion lies on the assumption that there must be a cause and effect relationship between the two variables. However correlation in this respect could be affected by other variables that were not paid attention to. A cause and effect relationship in the example would mean that all dissociative cases are a direct result of child abuses and no other variable can result to this effect.


Mark has formed an impression of Juan by watching how he acts toward others during basketball practice and at school. Mark has formed a(n) _____ attribution in thinking of Juan as being a team player and nice to others, regardless of the situation. observational
error in



Mark has formed a dispositional attribution


A dispositional attribution consists in assigning the outcome of an event to internal personality factors.

In this example, Mark has observed that Juan is a good team leader in basketball practice. Instead of thinking that Juan is a good leader because the game requires him to act in such a way (this would be an example of a situational attribution), he considers that Juan is himself a good leader, because he has the personality characteristics of one, regarless of the situation in which he might be involved.


If the U.S. Patent Office were to issue a patent for a new type of tomato that tastes like a jellybean, it would be issuing a _________ patent? utility patent
plant patent
design patent
The U.S. Patent Office does not issue a patent for plants.


The correct answer is B. Plant patent


The U.S. Patent Office and Trademark Office is an agency that is in charge of issuing patents for new products, services, among others which means through this agency an inventor can guarantee its invention is credited to him and avoid others using it. Additionally, there are different types of patents that include utility patents that are patents issued for the invention of products or machines; design patents that are related to architectural design and similar and plant patents that are those given for the discovery or creation of new plants especially those that had been modified. This implies in the case of a new type of tomato that tastes like a jellybean te patent issued would be a Plant patent as this is the type of patent that addresses those new types of plants that are created by modifying existing plants.

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