Locate and label 3 reasons
why some people might not
want to abolish pennies....
The correct answer was given: ksanchez2100
1. Not enough exercise
2. Weak immune system
3.not eating well
The correct answer was given: Brain
The error in the sentence is a dangling modifier
The correct answer was given: Brain
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English, 21.06.2019 14:00, krlx
How does the oxymoron "predictable coincidence" affect the meaning of this sentence? alana made sure that bill overheard her plans for jogging that afternoon, inviting the predictable coincidence of his meeting her on the track. a) the oxymoron shows that alana was not really sure whether bill would meet her. b) the oxymoron explains why alana was attracted to bill. c) the oxymoron readers understand bill's point of view. d) the oxymoron the reader understand that the meeting was really not a coincidence.
English, 22.06.2019 01:50, jurnee77
Plagiarism quiz read both the paragraph below and the information following it that identifies the source using the american psychological association format. then read each of the numbered statements and determine if each is plagiarized or not. circle “yes” if the statement is plagiarized, “no” if it is not, and then fix the “yes” answers). original source the presence of the taiwanese on everest was a matter of grave concern to most of the other expeditions on the mountain. there was a very real fear that the taiwanese would suffer a calamity that would compel other expeditions to come to their aid, risking further lives, to say nothing of jeopardizing the opportunity for other climbers to reach the summit. but the taiwanese were by no means the only group that seemed egregiously unqualified. camped beside us at base camp was a twenty-five-year-old norwegian climber named peter neby, who announced his intention to make a solo ascent of the southwest face, one of the peak’s most dangerous and technically demanding routes—despite the fact that his himalayan experience was limited to two ascents of neighboring island peak, a 20,274-foot bump that required little more than vigorous walking. krakauer, j. (1998). into thin air: a personal account of the mount everest disaster. new york: anchor books, 122 - 3. student samples yes 1. there was a very real fear that the taiwanese would suffer a calamity that would compel other expeditions to come to their aid(krakauer, 1998). no) 2. many climbers overestimate their abilities, as krakauer (1998) explains when he writes of peter neby, whose himalayan experience in the past “required little more than vigorous walking” (122 - 3). no 3. jon krakauer (1998) discusses other concerns besides those of unpredictable weather and his own climbing group’s capabilities. for example the existence of a taiwanese group on everest was a matter of serious unease to most everyone else on the mountain. yes/no 4. krakauer (1998) states that the taiwanese group was not the only inexpert climbers to attempt mt. everest: camped beside us at base camp was a twenty-five-year-old norwegian climber named peter neby. . [whose] himalayan experience was limited to two ascents of neighboring island peak, a 20,274-foot bump that required little more than vigorous walking (122 – 3). yes/no 5. the author asserts that the taiwanese “were by no means the only group that seemed egregiously unqualified.” yes/no 6. in his book into thin air, jon krakauer (1998) discusses many of the dangers he noted prior to his disastrous attempt to climb mt. everest in 1996. among them were encounters with other groups and individual climbers who were ill-trained and ill-equipped to handle the demands of such a climb.
English, 22.06.2019 02:30, tyler6933
Read the quote from zimmermann in the code book. a future government could inherit a technology infrastructure that's optimized for surveillance, where they can watch the movements of their political opposition, every financial transaction, every communication, every bit of e-mail, every phone call. everything could be filtered and scanned and automatically recognized by voice recognition technology and transcribed. it's time for cryptography to step out of the shadows of spies and the military, and step into the sunshine and be embraced by the rest of us. which question does this paragraph answer? why does zimmermann think encryption is important? what kind of encryption did zimmermann invent? how does zimmermann’s encryption work? who made encryption based on zimmermann’s work?