SOCIAL STUDIES HIGH SCHOOL

What three events happened on October 12th 1492

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Answer 1
Answer: Christopher Columbus Saw Land! Early in the morning on October 12, 1492, a sailor looked out to the horizon from the bow of his sailing ship, the Pinta, and saw land. After 10 long weeks at sea, from the port of Palos, Spain, Columbus and his crews saw the New World.

The three events were:

Columbus found or landed in the Bahamas (12 Dec 1492) and in the islands of the Caribbean
Columbus sailed the ocean blue.

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What other european nation set up colonies in south america?

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The European nations that established colonies in South America were Spain and Portugal.
HIGH SCHOOL

You come upon a serious crash. There is quite a lot of blood on and around the injured person. Which of the following would clearly be a fear or concern that might cause you to hesitate to respond in this situation?

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Answer:

Explanation:

That there still alive and are apart of the other side and they want to kill you or it’s a trap

HIGH SCHOOL

Why is a high quality bond typically considered a lower risk investment than a stock

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The reason why a high quality bond is typically considered a lower risk investment is : Bonds typically pays a fixed , predictable amount of interest each year

A bond is technically a liable. When we buy someone's bond, they are obligated to return it based on the agreement that previously agreed upon
HIGH SCHOOL

Which of the following is an argument for doing away with diagnoses? DSM-5 appears to have strong validity. Online feedback played too great a role in the development of DSM-5. Classification systems are expensive to develop. Diagnostic labels can be self-fulfilling prophecies.

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Answer:

Diagnostic labels can be self-fulfilling prophecies

Explanation:

Diagnosis is the medical word and psychology word which means the qualification of a professional in relation to an illness or physical or mental condition based on the observed symptoms. The diagnosis should take into account not only the symptoms but also the patient's medical history.

However, a diagnosis can often reveal incorrect information, in part because an individual's problems do not always have clear and measurable symptoms and the practitioner may be driven by his or her own ideologies in identifying a problem. For this reason, an argument used to end diagnostics is: "diagnostic labels can be self-fulfilling prophecies".

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