On the semester exam in history, sally missed 5 questions on part A. Part B had the same number of questions as part A but sally didn't do so well on part B. She missed 1/3 of the questions. Sally's overall score was 75%. How many questions were on the exam?...
Part A of your history test has 15 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices. Part B has 10 true/false questions. How many ways are there to answer the 15 multiple choice questions? How many ways are there to answer the 10 true or questions? How many are there to answer all 25 questions? If you guess the answer to each question, what is the probability that you will get them all right?
your school is conducting a poll that has two parts,one part that has 13 questions and a second part that has 10 questions. Students can answer the questions ineither part with 'agree' or 'disagree'. What power of two represents the number of ways there are to answer the questions in the first part of the poll?
A ball launched from ground level lands 2.35 s later on a level field 41 m away from the launch point. Find the magnitude of the initial velocity vector and the angleit is above the horizontal. (Ignore any effects due to air resistance.) what is the magnitude?
I missed part of geometry class and now I am stumped on my homework. Here is the question: Tell whether the given lines through the given points are parallel, perpendicular, or neither. (Show all work.) Line 1: (0,1) (1,4) Line 2: (3,2) (6,3) HELP???
Students often look for part-time jobs for the semester. Assume that on average it takes 2 weeks to find a job and the typical job lasts 12 weeks (i.e. one semester).a. What is the rate of job finding f?b. What is the rate of job separation s?c. What is the natural rate of unemployment for the student population?
Here is the second part on history. Thank you very much!1) During his reign, a series of laws were introduced which were to fix the course of modern Parliamentary England. In 1689, the Bill of Rights established that the Crown would not be able to rule the country without Parliament. 2) The Toleration Act, which was passed in the same year, granted dissenters reasonable freedom of religion. Finally, the Act of Settlement of 1701 ensured that, within the royal family, only Protestants could be heirs to the throne. 3)In 1714 Queen Anne died and she was succeeded by her nearest protestant relative, George of Hanover, who became King under the name of George I. He was very unpopular because he could speak no English and preferred Germany to England. 4) The new situation caused the ministers to meet without the king and to choose a Prime Minister, responsible to the king for the government’s policy. 5) This had important consequences: it laid the foundations of the Parliamentary monarchy. George I was succeeded by his brother George II, during whose reign the old Anglo-French hostilities were renewed.6) The 18th century England was called Augustan after the period of Roman history which had achieved political stability and power as well as a flourishing of the arts. 7) It was a materialistic society, pragmatic and responsive to economic pressure. Its political institutions were hierarchical, hereditary and privileged.8) Elections were controlled by the local landowners, since voting was not secret. Politicians were concerned with bribing the electorate either with money or with the promise of jobs. The state was to protect legal rights but was not to interfere in private property.9) It fostered individualism, and wasn’t concerned with abstractions such as social justice, equality or fraternity. 10) Liberal thought influenced the new view of the world and affirmed free-will, salvation for all, the goodness of mankind, and its capacity for progress. Optimism encouraged faith in progress. The Augustan were interested in real life. Virtue came to have two meanings. 11) Firstly, a disposition of benevolence towards oneself and the others. Secondly, a new interest in the culture of the heart, in man’s inner and emotional side.
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In Canada part of the people can speak only English, part of them - only French, and part of them can speak both languages. A survey shows that 85% of the population speak English, 75% of the population speak French. How many percent of the population can speak both languages? A.50 B. 57 C. 25 D. 60 E. 40
Part 01: Define and elaborate your understanding of the following by giving examples: (a) Transitional markers(b) ReferencesPart 02: Choose the phrasal verb which is similar in meaning to Highlighted word. 91. His father must (eliminate) fat from his diet because of his health. I. cancel out II. calm down III. cut out IV. carry over 2. Let's (stop work) for today and come back tomorrow. I. chip in II. clear the air III. call it quits IV. come across 3. I would like to buy a new car so I have begun to (economize) on my daily expenses. I. come clean II. count on III. cut out IV. cut corners 4. I had (an accident - almost but not really) this morning when my car almost hit a fence. I. a cave in II. a change of heart III. a close call IV. clean slate 5. Working in an office is definitely (unsuitable for him). I. In care of him II. not his cup of tea III. on credit IV. cut out 6. It finally (occurred to me) that I had met him before at a party. I. crossed my mind II. cleared the decks III. came clean IV. crosses out 7. He is (responsible for) buying equipment in his company. I. creeping up on II. in care of III. caught short IV. in charge of 8. I was (unable to pay) when I went to the store so I went home to get some more money. I. cut out II. crossed my mind III. caught short IV. on credit 9. The government minister was finally forced to (tell the truth) about the illegal funds. I. call the shots II. chew the fat III. clear the decks IV. come clean
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I urgently need you to check this part on English history I wrote.Thank you very much for helping me.1)In 1660 Parliament invited Charles II (1660-1685) to return to his kingdom from exile in France and the republic was over. 2) The restoration of the monarchy was greeted with great relief by most Englishmen, who had felt oppressed in their everyday life by the strict rules of the Puritans.3) Charles II’s court was the most immoral in English history. When the two catastrophes of the plague and the Great Fire hit the country, the Puritans interpreted them as God’s punishment for the king’s immorality. 4) London was struck in 1665 by an outbreak of bubonic plague, during which more than 100,000 people died. A year later, a fire destroyed most of the City in four days.5) Charles II was succeeded by his brother James II, who was even more absolutist than Charles himself.He claimed (synonym?) the divine right of kings to decide over their country’s own destiny without consulting the Parliament.