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9/30/18, 2*15 PM Review Test Submission: Lessons learned 1.I, II, III and IV. &... Page 1 of 7 ?…&course_id=_378057_1&content_id=_11334631_1&return_content=1&step= Fall Course Content Learning Module 1: How and Why We Compare <--click on title to enter module Review Test Submission: Lessons learned 1.I, II, III and IV. H Review Test Submission: Lessons learned 1.I, II, III and IV. Review Test Submission: Lessons learned 1.I, II, III and IV. User Yudhveer Singh Rathore Course Fall-2018-POL-14100-Y01 Test Lessons learned 1.I, II, III and IV. Started 9/30/18 2:04 PM Submitted 9/30/18 2:14 PM Status Completed Attempt Score 0.9 out of 1 points Time Elapsed 10 minutes out of 1 hour Self Test Student answers and score are not visible to the instructor. Question 1 While apple and oranges cannot be easily compared to one another, the most e ff ective solution is to do what? (Hint) My Blackboard Course Alerts Notifications Content Collection 0.05 out of 0.05 points Yudhveer Singh Rathore 276
9/30/18, 2*15 PM Review Test Submission: Lessons learned 1.I, II, III and IV. &... Page 2 of 7 ?…&course_id=_378057_1&content_id=_11334631_1&return_content=1&step= Question 2 When the same terms do not always hold the same meaning among countries, this implies that they do not “travel” well. For example, c omparing the U.S. party system with that of most West European countries would yield false conclusions because the U.S. party system is structured very differently. Question 3 German scientists visited the families of those whom had died of lung cancer and asked about lifestyle, diet,

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