HISTORY HIGH SCHOOL

During the bank war, what problems resulted from weakening the bank?

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Answer: Hi I think the answer is that they could not be trusted with people's earnings




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HIGH SCHOOL

Which of these statements about Buddhism is true? A. In India, Buddhists accepted the Hindu caste system.
B. Buddhists taught the virtues of the eightfold path.
C. Gautama, founder of Buddhism, was a common fisherman.
D. Buddhism remains a dominant religion in present-day India.

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Buddhists do not believe in the Hindu Caste system, and we do not know if Gautama was a fisherman. Some people believe he was even vegetarian! 

The most logical choice here is B since the eightfold path is a large part of Buddhism. 

You might have been thinking D, but it turns out that only 6% of the population is still Buddhist, and that's including other minor religions as well!
Gautama, founder of buddhism,a common fisherman
MIDDLE SCHOOL

How can illusions be a reason to why we can’t believe everything we see

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Illusions is a reason why we can't believe everything we see because illusions make things appear when it's really not there, and if we believe it's there, it would make us believe in things that aren't real. Illusions distort our perception of reality, meaning that it can change what we "see." A person could see something and see it, while another person can't see what they're seeing. Illusions messes with reality, and could sometimes throw our brains off from the real things we actually see.

HIGH SCHOOL

What did the practice of having "paper sons" allow immigrants in the late nineteenth century to do?

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This practice that is made on the immigrants in the late nineteenth century is to avoid the restriction on the Chinese immigration. Some immigrants who were known as paper sons depended on the Chinese in the United States. These Chinese generated documents that claim them as American born which is false.
COLLEGE

The insurance industry was originally started for _____. banks homeowners manufacturing shipping

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The insurance industry was originally started for homeowners.
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