SOCIAL STUDIES HIGH SCHOOL

Tom, 8, is still in diapers, and his parents have kept him locked in a small room his whole life. he has not been allowed to go to school or have any interaction with others. tom is an example of a __________.

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Answer 1
Answer: Tom is an example of a child raised in isolation. A child raised in isolation is one who is hindered by his parents or guardian from associating with other people. Such children are usually locked up all the time and excluded from all social interactions. The reasons for the seclusion may be as a result of abnormal development of the child.

Answer 2
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Tom is an example of a child raised in isolation. A child raised in isolation is one who is hindered by his parents or guardian from associating with other people. Such children are usually locked up all the time and excluded from all social interactions. The reasons for the seclusion may be as a result of abnormal development of the child.


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The concept of free will believes that people _____.

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The concept of free will believes that people have power and a free decision over their actions.

So their actions are not decided by some divine power (God) or by the society but they are also not entirely influenced by their bodies - so people's decisions are more than the physical and chemical interactions in our bodies.

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free will is what God gave us and i believe that you can do what you want but in the end you will answer for what you and your free will did.

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HIGH SCHOOL

Geographic postponement is directly linked to dependable delivery true or false

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True because if it's postponed then it's not reliable
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Brazil,zaire,south africa,ecuador which one does not belong? And why?

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I find the odd one is Zaire:it's not the name of a country, It used to be a name of a country, but since 1997 this country is called Democratic Republic of the Congo.
HIGH SCHOOL

What materials that naturally break down by shooting away parts of their atoms?

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Radioactive naturally breaks down by shooting away parts of their atoms

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The isotopes which are not in balance like the neutrons and protons of those isotopes are not in balance with each other are known as radio active. But these radio active come back to the state of a normal isotope when the energy which is extra in them gets released and stabling down to a normal isotope.

But these radiations released can be harmful to the human body if they are of high level. These material of radio active occur normally like naturally but some times they are man made also.            

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