• Force is measure in units called?

    8 answers · 9 hours ago
  • A Helicopter is traveling 178 miles per hour how long would it take to get to its destination 8 miles away?

    Best answer: Really?
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    Best answer: Really?
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    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • Opinions on Sexism?? Need it for an assignment!!!!?

    Please help
    Please help
    6 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Biblical Studies, Gospel of Luke?

    Best answer: First, it needs to be pointed out that Luke did not write anything about universal salvation - that everyone would be saved. That is not a biblical teaching and Luke supports all the other NT writers who warn of the dangers of dying in one's sins, being unsaved. Second, Luke wrote to a more inclusive group... show more
    Best answer: First, it needs to be pointed out that Luke did not write anything about universal salvation - that everyone would be saved. That is not a biblical teaching and Luke supports all the other NT writers who warn of the dangers of dying in one's sins, being unsaved.

    Second, Luke wrote to a more inclusive group than did Matthew (who wrote primarily for Jewish people). Luke was a Gentile (a non-Jew) and his account is intended mainly for a Gentile readership.

    Third, here are a few points from the gospel itself, showing salvation opened up to Gentile believers in Jesus equally as to Jews. Luke showed that the mission to the Gentiles was initiated by the Holy Spirit Himself, that this was predicted in the Hebrew scriptures, and was part of God's plan to open up salvation on a global scale in the last days. He showed that Jews and Gentiles who make up the Church Jesus started are equally the people of God. Indeed, the central theme of Luke's entire gospel is the salvation of God, as promised in scripture, fulfilled in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

    Luke starts by introducing Jesus as the promised Savior, the Messiah descended from King David (1:32-33; 2:4, 11). Jesus did not accomplish salvation through military power and conquest but by suffering the fate the prophets foretold, which would result in His resurrection and showing Him to be the Savior of the world (not just of the Jews) (2:11 Acts 2:36; 10:36 Luke also wrote Acts). Christ's followers now take this good news (gospel) to the ends of the Earth (24:44-49).

    In Luke 7:11-17 Luke relates the miracle of Jesus raising back to life the only son of the widow of Nain. This caused the crowds to exclaim, "A mighty prophet has arisen among us" and, "God has visited his people today" - meaning the Jews. I would have thought the other resurrection miracle in Luke 7:2 would better point to salvation for those who were not Jews. A Roman Centurion (a Gentile) had a valued slave who he asked Jesus to heal, but he felt unworthy to have Jesus come into his home so said Jesus just needed to say the word, and the slave would be healed. This faith amazed Jesus (who already knew the good report about the man, due to his support of the Jews). So Jesus healed the slave from a distance. It was this Gentile's faith that was crucial. Then came the resurrection of the widow's son. I don't think you should separate the two events which form one story.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • True or false for the following statements?

    1. Employees have the responsibility to arrive on time for work. 2. Employees can take a break at will. 3. Employers must provide saftey equipment for their staff. 4. Employers can decide how much they wish to pay an 18-year-old employee. 5. Employers must only pay the National Minimum Wage after six months of... show more
    1. Employees have the responsibility to arrive on time for work. 2. Employees can take a break at will. 3. Employers must provide saftey equipment for their staff. 4. Employers can decide how much they wish to pay an 18-year-old employee. 5. Employers must only pay the National Minimum Wage after six months of employment. 6. Employees must only abide by Health and Saftey rules when they apply to themselves. 7. Employers have the responsibility to consider employees who are suitably skilled and qualified for a post regardless of their gender. 8. Employers have the responsibility to give notice of termination of employment to the employee. 9. A contract of employment must be agreed between the employer and employee. 10. Employers can make any deductions from the employer’s salary without warning.
    5 answers · 7 hours ago
  • Do you know what 'substitute' means in this paragraph?

    english is not my mother tongue I think 'can be substituted' means 2 or more different things have similarity so in a sense they are the same? what does the word mean substitutable in this paragraph? this is about a science test to study how animals learn and discriminate. this test says when a child... show more
    english is not my mother tongue I think 'can be substituted' means 2 or more different things have similarity so in a sense they are the same? what does the word mean substitutable in this paragraph? this is about a science test to study how animals learn and discriminate. this test says when a child knows a ball, whenever he see a round spheral object, he thinks it's a ball. so many different things actually could be identified as one to the child Research on equivalence class formation investigates how dissimilar events become substitutable in the control of specific repertoires and in specific contexts (Sidman, 1994). Tests for the substitutability of the related stimuli present all possible recombinations of the stimulus sets: AA, BB, and CC (reflexivity tests); BA and CB (symmetry tests); AC (transitivity test), and CA (a combined symmetry and transitivity test).
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • If I was born in 2003, was I alive before the start of the new millennium?

    Best answer: No your 4 years too late
    Best answer: No your 4 years too late
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    Whats the correct answer?

    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • Be honest...this summary is weak (story about a teen with mental illness)?

    Best answer: There are problems with it. 1) He has lived in a "troubled" neighbourhood, yet it seems he has not been bullied until he was eleven years old. If he lived in my neighbourhood (which I admit was neither crowded nor troubled) the bullies must have known him long before he was eleven. Why didn't they... show more
    Best answer: There are problems with it.

    1) He has lived in a "troubled" neighbourhood, yet it seems he has not been bullied until he was eleven years old. If he lived in my neighbourhood (which I admit was neither crowded nor troubled) the bullies must have known him long before he was eleven. Why didn't they torment him ever since he was six and starting grade school?

    2) I assume that his neighbourhood was inner-city because he is aware of more than one or two mentally-disturbed adults living in it. If there are many, and since one was his grandmother, how does the boy know their behaviors are not normal? Are his parents also mentally disturbed? Are or were they meth addicts, or addicted to other drugs that made them dysfunctional when he was born? Was his grandmother an addict? Were the other mentally disturbed people and those making the neighbourhood "troubled" substance abusers? If his family and neighbours were substance abusers, that might have been a contributing factor in his bipolar disorder and the abusive actions of the other kids.

    3) His parents don't appear to be addicts or mentally dysfunctional, but, having experience of coping with a mentally ill parent, were they not worried enough to start seeking help for his mental state through their doctor before he was fourteen? I say "doctor" because would he not have been referred to a psychiatrist by his family doctor, and if medical care is not covered by his state as it is by my province, how could his parents pay for the physician, the psychiatrist, the assessments and the medications? They live in a troubled neighborhood, and "troubled" is a euphemism for 1) poor income and 2) crime-ridden.

    4) He is aware of his creativity, and does not want to block it with medications. But he smokes weed and takes illegal drugs. If he smokes weed and takes street drugs to enhance his mood and thus his creativity, why does he not take the anti-depressant pills prescribed for him. A depressed and suicidal person cannot create, and it always is a struggle, even on "up" days, to stay focused on composition. If he takes them to alter his perceptions, he must know that marijuana and mood altering drugs do not always provide a great "trip". Most teens fifty years ago were made aware of the effects of hallucinogens - that attempts to get a high was a gamble that could leave them with a fried brain if not dead. What is his "creativity", BTW? In Art? Writing? Acting? Improv comedy?

    5) What was the form of his "suicidal outburst"? He was in the midst of a criminal act or the police would not have burst in and aimed guns at him. Robbery? Death or rape threats? Assault? He would have had a weapon. Why didn't he use it on himself? Why torment, assault, kill the clerk? What would it get him? If he really wanted to die - and I doubt that he did want to die when he entered the store - why didn't he do it? Why make the police do the work of relieving his misery for him? The "blaze of glory martyr-hero" or the "poor little me" scenario?
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • How many minutes are there in one day?

    Best answer: The earth rotates once on its axes (wrt the background stars) in approximately 23 hours 56 minutes.
    If that is what you mean by a day (called a sidereal day) then it is approximately 23 x 60 + 56 = 1436 minutes long.

    However, a solar day (wrt the sun) is 24 hours, which is 1440 minutes long.
    Best answer: The earth rotates once on its axes (wrt the background stars) in approximately 23 hours 56 minutes.
    If that is what you mean by a day (called a sidereal day) then it is approximately 23 x 60 + 56 = 1436 minutes long.

    However, a solar day (wrt the sun) is 24 hours, which is 1440 minutes long.
    18 answers · 1 week ago
  • Should satire be a main topic of discussion in our literature classes?

    Best answer: Literature teachers generally do talk about satire. But it doesn't stick because most students aren't paying attention. I agree that people really don't seem to recognize satire when they see it. But you know what students REALLY don't get? Irony. And no, it's not ironic when it rains on your... show more
    Best answer: Literature teachers generally do talk about satire. But it doesn't stick because most students aren't paying attention. I agree that people really don't seem to recognize satire when they see it. But you know what students REALLY don't get? Irony. And no, it's not ironic when it rains on your wedding day.
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • Homework dilemma ethics.?

    You are a student participating in a group project with students in your cohort. You get along well with everyone and this is your final project before graduation. One of the students is not pulling their own weight. They haven't been the whole year due to family issues. One of the cohort members has been... show more
    You are a student participating in a group project with students in your cohort. You get along well with everyone and this is your final project before graduation. One of the students is not pulling their own weight. They haven't been the whole year due to family issues. One of the cohort members has been picking up the slack and doing her work. There are four other people in the group and everyone is working hard to receive an "A". Do you leave the situation alone, you just want the "A". Do you allow the professor to know? What challenges do you face in this dilemma?
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • “The tomato plant sprouted blossoms early, in June we ate our first ripe tomato,” is an example of what grammar error?

    A comma splice An omitted comma An incorrect pronoun A misplaced modifier
    A comma splice An omitted comma An incorrect pronoun A misplaced modifier
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Where would be a good place to work on a project?

    We would need to make a poster board and use tools like an x Acto knife.
    We would need to make a poster board and use tools like an x Acto knife.
    5 answers · 4 days ago