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    A single card is drawn from a standard​ 52-card deck. What is the probability that the card is either ​a) a two, or a three, or a nine? b) a club, or a spade, or a heart? c) a five, or a two, or a diamond? d) a ten, or a king, or a spade or a club?
    A single card is drawn from a standard​ 52-card deck. What is the probability that the card is either ​a) a two, or a three, or a nine? b) a club, or a spade, or a heart? c) a five, or a two, or a diamond? d) a ten, or a king, or a spade or a club?
    3 answers · Homework Help · 10 months ago
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    Describe the difference between relativism about truth v. relativism about justification. give an example
    Describe the difference between relativism about truth v. relativism about justification. give an example
    2 answers · Homework Help · 1 year ago
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    Which of the following does NOT contribute to economic growth? a. Investments in education b. Nationalization of foreign investments c. Increasing the ration of investments to real GDP d. Protected property rights
    Which of the following does NOT contribute to economic growth? a. Investments in education b. Nationalization of foreign investments c. Increasing the ration of investments to real GDP d. Protected property rights
    2 answers · Economics · 1 year ago
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    Why are less developed countries less likely to allow Schumpeter’s “creative destruction” to occur as compared to developed economies?
    Why are less developed countries less likely to allow Schumpeter’s “creative destruction” to occur as compared to developed economies?
    1 answer · Economics · 1 year ago
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    Why are less developed countries less likely to allow Schumpeter’s “creative destruction” to occur as compared to developed economies?
    Why are less developed countries less likely to allow Schumpeter’s “creative destruction” to occur as compared to developed economies?
    1 answer · Economics · 1 year ago
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    ll of the are possible funding sources for the government EXCEPT a) Taxes b) Interest income collected from government bonds c) User charges d) Borrowing
    ll of the are possible funding sources for the government EXCEPT a) Taxes b) Interest income collected from government bonds c) User charges d) Borrowing
    1 answer · Government · 1 year ago
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    Which of the following does NOT contribute to economic growth? a) Investments in education b) Protected property rights c)Nationalization of foreign investments D) Increasing the ration of investments to real GDP
    Which of the following does NOT contribute to economic growth? a) Investments in education b) Protected property rights c)Nationalization of foreign investments D) Increasing the ration of investments to real GDP
    3 answers · Economics · 1 year ago
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    Which of the following is NOT true? a) Economic growth assures full employment b) Immigration increases a nation's growth rate, ceteris parabis c) Economic growth can help people of all income levels d) Saving, if converted into investment, will contribute to economic growth
    Which of the following is NOT true? a) Economic growth assures full employment b) Immigration increases a nation's growth rate, ceteris parabis c) Economic growth can help people of all income levels d) Saving, if converted into investment, will contribute to economic growth
    2 answers · Economics · 1 year ago
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    In your opinion: What kinds of government policies could promote economic growth?
    In your opinion: What kinds of government policies could promote economic growth?
    5 answers · Economics · 1 year ago
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    What is the likely effect on the future rate of economic growth in the U.S. with the reductions in spending in higher education?
    What is the likely effect on the future rate of economic growth in the U.S. with the reductions in spending in higher education?
    3 answers · Economics · 1 year ago
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    In a sample of 1,000 presenting a survey from the entire population, 650 people were from Laketown, and the rest of the people were from River City. Out of the sample, 19 people had some form of cancer. Thirteen of these people were from Laketown. a. Are the events of living in Laketown and having some sort of cancer independent? b. Which city would... show more
    In a sample of 1,000 presenting a survey from the entire population, 650 people were from Laketown, and the rest of the people were from River City. Out of the sample, 19 people had some form of cancer. Thirteen of these people were from Laketown. a. Are the events of living in Laketown and having some sort of cancer independent? b. Which city would you prefer to live in, assuming that your main objective was to avoid having cancer?
    1 answer · Mathematics · 1 year ago
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    All of the are possible funding sources for the government EXCEPT A. User charges B. Taxes C. Interest income collected from government bonds D. Borrowing
    All of the are possible funding sources for the government EXCEPT A. User charges B. Taxes C. Interest income collected from government bonds D. Borrowing
    2 answers · Government · 2 years ago
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    list five methods to solve polynomial equations also known as finding the ZEROS
    list five methods to solve polynomial equations also known as finding the ZEROS
    2 answers · Mathematics · 2 years ago
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    why are leukocytes, red blood cells and proteins not found in urine?
    why are leukocytes, red blood cells and proteins not found in urine?
    3 answers · Biology · 2 years ago
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    Why is it important that the touch receptors in our skin are able to adapt over a short period of time so that we can no longer feel something touching us?
    Why is it important that the touch receptors in our skin are able to adapt over a short period of time so that we can no longer feel something touching us?
    1 answer · Biology · 2 years ago
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    When a cell is placed in a hypotonic solution, water will A leave B enter C neither enter nor leave When a cell is placed in a hypertonic solution, water will A leave B enter C neither enter nor leave
    When a cell is placed in a hypotonic solution, water will A leave B enter C neither enter nor leave When a cell is placed in a hypertonic solution, water will A leave B enter C neither enter nor leave
    2 answers · Biology · 2 years ago
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    Which of the following types of transport require a transport protein? (Mark all that apply) A. facilitated diffusion B simple diffusion C primary active transport D filtration
    Which of the following types of transport require a transport protein? (Mark all that apply) A. facilitated diffusion B simple diffusion C primary active transport D filtration
    2 answers · Biology · 2 years ago
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    Which of the following are functions of carbohydrates? (Mark all that supply) A. catalyzing chemical reactions B. storing the genetic code C. ATP production D. providing cellular structure
    Which of the following are functions of carbohydrates? (Mark all that supply) A. catalyzing chemical reactions B. storing the genetic code C. ATP production D. providing cellular structure
    1 answer · Biology · 2 years ago
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    Which of the following types of transport require ATP to occur? (Mark all that apply) A. facilitated diffusion B. simple diffusion C. primary active transport D. osmosis Which form(s) of cellular transport involve a vesicle? (Mark all that apply) A.primary active transport B. endocytosis C. facilitated diffusion D. pinocytosis E.... show more
    Which of the following types of transport require ATP to occur? (Mark all that apply) A. facilitated diffusion B. simple diffusion C. primary active transport D. osmosis Which form(s) of cellular transport involve a vesicle? (Mark all that apply) A.primary active transport B. endocytosis C. facilitated diffusion D. pinocytosis E. osmosis F. simple diffusion G. phagocytosis H. exocytosis
    2 answers · Biology · 2 years ago
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    Which of the following are examples of lipids? (Mark all that apply) A. monosaccharides B steroids C enzymes D phospholipids E nucleotides F cholesterol G triglycerides What is the primary function of triglycerides? A providing structure to the cell membrane B catalyzing chemical reactions C energy storage D forming hormones
    Which of the following are examples of lipids? (Mark all that apply) A. monosaccharides B steroids C enzymes D phospholipids E nucleotides F cholesterol G triglycerides What is the primary function of triglycerides? A providing structure to the cell membrane B catalyzing chemical reactions C energy storage D forming hormones
    2 answers · Biology · 2 years ago