Answer Key of week 1 - Answer Key for Suggested Exercises...

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Unformatted text preview: Answer Key for Suggested Exercises 1.1 Part I 1. P: Titanium combines readily with oxygen, nitrogen, and hydrogen, all of which have an adverse effect on its mechanical properties. C: Titanium must be processed in their absence. 2. P: The good, according to Plato, is that which furthers a persons real interests. C: In any given case when the good is known, men will seek it. 3. P: The denial or perversion of justice by the sentences of courts, as well as in any other manner, is with reason classed among the just causes of war. C: The federal judiciary ought to have cognizance of all causes in which the citizens of other countries are concerned. 4. P: When individuals voluntarily abandon property, they forfeit any expectation of privacy in it that they might have had. C: A warrantless search and seizure of abandoned property is not unreasonable under the Fourth Amendment. 5. P1: Artists and poets look at the world and seek relationships and order. P2: But they translate their ideas to canvas, or to marble, or into poetic images. P3: Scientists try to find relationships between different objects and events. P4: To express the order they find, they create hypotheses and theories. C: The great scientific theories are easily compared to great art and great literature. 6. P1: The animal species in Australia are very different from those on the mainland. P2: Asian placental mammals and Australian marsupial mammals have not been in contact in the last several million years. C: There was never a land bridge between Australia and the mainland. 7. P1: After October 1963, when Hurricane Flora devastated the island and killed more than a thousand people, the Cuban government overhauled its civil defense system. P2: It was so successful that when six powerful hurricanes thumped Cuba between 1996 and 2002 only 16 people died. P3: And when Hurricane Ivan struck Cuba in 2004 there was not a single casualty, but the same storm killed at least 70 people in other Caribbean countries. C: Cuba's record on disaster prevention is impressive. 8. P1: The classroom teacher is crucial to the development and academic success of the average student. P2: Administrators simply are ancillary to this effort. C: Classroom teachers ought to be paid at least the equivalent of administrators at all levels, including the superintendent. 9. P1: An agreement cannot bind unless both parties to the agreement know what they are doing and freely choose to do it. C: The seller who intends to enter a contract with a customer has a duty to disclose exactly what the customer is buying and what the terms of the sale are. 10. P1: Punishment, when speedy and specific, may suppress undesirable behavior....
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Answer Key of week 1 - Answer Key for Suggested Exercises...

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