True or false: you always want the lowest possible deductible because it means you will pay less out of pocket in case of a loss.


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Answer: The correct answer is false.

The given statement is false, why? You cannot always want the lowest deductible since it may only be applied once something has happened that points out towards you, or in other words, it is your fault. An example of lowest deductible is when you get into a car accident and it was your fault, the total repair cost of the vehicle is at 1,400.00 dollars, your lowest deductible would be around 500 dollars, wherein you have to add it to the balance before your insurance company pays for the rest

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An exclamatory sentence always ends in A. A period
B. A question mark
C. An exclamation point
D. A period or an exclamation point


An exclamatory sentence always ends in C) An exclamation point.  This is because you are crying out a loud voice, emphatic expression or a vociferation. 

An exclamatory sentence always ends in an exclamation emotion. Thus, option (c) is correct.

A powerful or forceful emotion, such as wrath, surprise, or joy, is expressed in an exclamatory sentence. It is used to convey a powerful feeling or passion.

In a written sentence, an exclamation point indicates intensity or excitement. Exclamatory sentences, together with declarative, interrogative, and imperative sentences, are one of four sentence types.

As a result, the significance of the exclamatory sentence always ends are the aforementioned.

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In 1986, J. Glass argued that a parent's political orientation is the strongest determining factor in predicting a child's future political preferences (i.e., most (or many) Republicans grew up in Republican-leaning households and most (or many) Democrats grew up in Democrat-leaning households). See Attitude similarity in three generational families: Socialization, status inheritance, or reciprocal influence? American Sociological Review , Vol 51, 685-698 (1986). You can access the article using the hyperlink below. Please read it as part of your response to the essay questions: 1. In your opinion (and experience) did Glass correctly identify the primary source of our collective "political socialization?"
2. What other sources or factors influence our political preferences?
3. Glass's article was published in 1986. In your opinion, is political socialization today largely similar to political socialization in 1986? If so, how is it similar? If not, how is it different? What implications do your observations have forpolitical candidates, organizations, and/or institutions?
4. What aspects of your reading in our course text help you to understand political socialization differently than you did prior to beginning our class?



1. No, Glass did correctly identify the primary source of  our collective political socialization he only gave his own opinion of Political Socialization

2. 1. Psychological or cognitive traits 2. Social environment 3. Political environment 4. Level of modernization and urbanization 5. Political socialization 6. Modes of participation 7. Voting 8. Campaign activities 9. Co-operative activity.

3.Its quite because political socialization has outgrown over the years which  has evolve across states  in the USA.

a. Environment and way of upbringing would have changed over the years

b. The Rule of law to be properly obeyed by the citizenry under political stabilisation.

c. The Way and nature that the  populace reacts to political socialization in their area or state also matters.



Which of the following is not a commonly-cited explanation for the dramatically increasing labor-force participation rates for women from 1950 to the present? a. availability of reliable birth control


changing social attitude about working mother is not one of the commonly cite explanation.

In the 1950, society's attitude towards working women is still really closed minded and most of them believe women belong in the kitchen. Increasing labor force of women in 1950 happened because of invention of household labor-saving devices such as dishwasher and microwave and the availability of reliable birth control. 

A person starts her own business after quitting a job in which she made $75,000 a year. Expenses include $100,000 for wages and salaries, $15,000 for utilities, $150,000 for materials and supplies, and $5000 for gasoline. She uses her own car in her work, for which she paid $16,000 two years earlier. She could rent the car for $5,000 a year. Explicit costs are a. $195,000
b. $275,000
c. $270,000
d. $286,000


Explicit costs are business expenses that are easily identifiable and can be accounted for.

1) Wages and salaries = 100,000
2) Utilities expenses = 15,000
3) Materials and Supplies = 150,000
4) Gasoline expense = 5,000

100,000 + 15,000 + 150,000 + 5,000 = 270,000 answer is C.
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