SOCIAL STUDIES HIGH SCHOOL

Fascist intolerance towards minorities often culminates in: deadly governmental "purging"
a call for brotherhood
teachings in tolerance

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Answer 1
Answer: The correct answer is deadly governmental "purging".

Examples for this are: Holocaust - the systematic extermination of Jews and Roma in Germany and the territories occupied by them, and the killings of Jews in other places, such as the Soviet Union.(less known, but also happened)
Answer 2
Answer: The fascist intolerance towards minorities culminated in deadly governmental "purging". The memories of World War 2 are still present and people still remember what happened when Nazi Germany was controlling the country and what their decision was as far as the jewish population of Europe goes. 

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Acme Foods wants to make its chips saltier, but it doesn‘t want to spend more than it has to on salt. A sample of consumers are asked to compare its current chip (saltiness = 100) with saltier versions and to say whether the new version is saltier. On average, sample consumers reliably say the new chip is saltier when its saltiness value is 108, but not when its saltiness value is below 108. Assuming Acme Foods' sample consumers are representative of people in general, which of the following best represents thejust noticeable difference for saltiness?

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HIGH SCHOOL

Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles reported ______ of traffic fatalities were alcohol-related in Florida in 2008.

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Total crash fatalities in 2008: 2,983
Alcohol related fatalities in 2008: 1,169
 
percent = 100% * alcohol related/total = 1169/2983*100% = 39%

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is amplified? How does it affect sound?

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Amplified is when a sound's waves are increased, therefore the sound is amplified. So it's basically sound becoming louder, like if you plug an electric guitar into an 'amplifier, the sound becomes louder. It increases a sound's waves
Amplified is when dound becomes louder
MIDDLE SCHOOL

What were the main differences between New France, New Spain, and New Netherlands?

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New Spain had come to gain wealth and land for Spain to then convert others to Catholicism. New France and New Netherlands came trying to find a Northwest passage and Fur Trade.

New Spain = government

New France & New Netherlands = private

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