Participants who are subjected to all of the experimental procedures except the experimental manipulation are called ___.
Answer: They are called CONTROLS.
Control in an experiment can be defined as an entity that remains the same throughout the experiment. A control in an experiment must remain the same in order to get accurate result. This is done by comparing the results of the experiment with the control.
Controls are used in experiment where some not so obvious factors that might affect the experiment significantly might be present.
The states having community property are Louisiana, Arizona, California, Texas, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, and Wisconsin. Community property states follow the rule that all assets acquired during the marriage are considered "community property." Hope that helps!
1. State the Historical Context surrounding both documents. 2. Explain the topic and time period.
3. Cite evidence from BOTH documents and explain how the evidence supports your analysis.
Historical context is the set of social, economic, political, and religious occurrences that shaped the creation of a text. The reader can gain a deeper understanding of a text's overall meaning and its specifics by being aware of the text's historical context.
How do you find historical evidence?
You can search a digital archive of historical documents like the Gerritsen Collection of Women's History, Chronicling America or Empire Online to find published primary sources, or you can use the online catalog. These collections are kept on record by the History Library and are available online.
Historical records also referred to as primary sources, are usually created in the vicinity of the historical occurrences you are researching and offer direct or firsthand testimony about an occasion, thing, person, or piece of art. They might reflect the opinions or observations of their maker regarding the incident.
3 cite evidence pretty sure of it sorry if it is wrong
With ______________, new information can lead us to reconsider the truth of our argument's conclusion without abandoning any of its original premises.
With warranted arguments new information can lead us to reconsider the truth of our argument's conclusion without abandoning any of its original premises. These warranted arguments have the quality of the support as evidence of the claim and they are considered as logical argumentation because they pass the test of logical strength.
In which regions of the United StTes would you find low coastal areas, dry plains, canyons, and desserts?A: Midwest B: Southwest C: Southeast D: Northeast
answer B Explanation: common sense
Why did the British want to establish the colony of Georgia?
Answer: DOWN BELOW!
Explanation: In the 1730s, England founded the last of its colonies in North America. The project was the brain child of James Oglethorpe, a former army officer. After Oglethorpe left the army, he devoted himself to helping the poor and debt-ridden people of London, whom he suggested settling in America. His choice of Georgia, named for the new King, was also motivated by the idea of creating a defensive buffer for South Carolina, an increasingly important colony with many potential enemies close by. These enemies included the Spanish in Florida, the French in Louisiana and along the Mississippi River, and these powers' Indian allies throughout the region.
Hindu teachings state that there is a single divine essence in the universe but also state that there are 330 million gods. to use a nonreligious example, it is somewhat like when one white light is split by a prism, it transforms into a rainbow of colors. your questions: 1) would it be accurate to use this analogy as a way to understand the 330 million gods of hinduism? (why or why not? ) 2) what would be another nonreligious example to illustrate the one essence yet the presence of multiple gods?
1) would it be accurate to use this analogy as a way to understand the 330 million gods of hinduism? (why or why not? )
Yes, the analogy is quite accurate. The 330 million gods in hinduism represent vastly different things, they are like the color of a rainbow, but they come from a single entity.
2) what would be another nonreligious example to illustrate the one essence yet the presence of multiple gods?
In a way, it would be like the evolution of biological species: Animals, plants, bacteria, fungi, archaea, and protista, represent the six biological kingdoms, and include very different species, however, they all have one common ancestor from which they evolved.