1(2) - 1 CHAPTER1:#5 Student Response Value Correct Answer...

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1. CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO LAW Question MC #5   Which is the proper cite for the Code of Federal Regulations?    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1. none of the  above 0%       2.  USC      3.  USCFR      4.  CFR      Score: 0/1    2. CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO LAW Question MC #18   Which of the following subjects is not  generally covered by local ordinances?    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1.  partnerships      2.  dog licensing      3.  curfews      4. zoning 0%       5.  traffic      Score: 0/1    3. CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO LAW Question TF #50
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  Curfews are an example of state laws.    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1. False 100%       2.  True      Score: 1/1    4. CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO LAW Question TF #12   Those who believe in order theory would allow laws that control behavior or provide  guidelines.    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1. True 100%       2.  False      Score: 1/1    5. CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO LAW Question MC #22   Changes in laws that are made because of changes in technology illustrate which  characteristic of law?    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1. none of the  above 0%       2.  flexibility      3.  consistency      4.  pervasiveness      Score: 0/1    6. CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO LAW Question TF #55
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  Statutes that eliminate constitutional protections are still valid if they are federal statutes.    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1. False 100%       2.  True      Score: 1/1    7. CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO LAW Question MC #23   Law is:    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1.  defined  consistently  across cultures.      2.  constant  throughout  time.      3.  a set of rules  governing  people and  their  relationships.      4. derived from  the Latin  meaning a  chaotic state  punctuated by  sporadic short- lived order. 0%       Score: 0/1    8. CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO LAW Question TF #42
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  A curfew is an example of the type of law that would be found in city or town ordinances.    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1. True 100%       2.  False      Score: 1/1    9. CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO LAW Question TF #45   Courts create and apply the common law.    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1.  True      2. False 0%       Score: 0/1    10. CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO LAW Question MC #14
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  Which of the following is not  true regarding constitutional law?    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1.  can be  changed by  Congress      2. exists at the 
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2011 for the course BUS 401 taught by Professor John during the Fall '08 term at Bucks New University.

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1(2) - 1 CHAPTER1:#5 Student Response Value Correct Answer...

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