2nd vars, 2 (normalcdf)
2nd vars, 3 (invnorm) (to the left)
1a. to find the proportion of 3 year old females taller than 70 cm you must first find the z score. Z = (7080)/3.2 = -3.125. The p
Acknowledging Multiple Perspectives
The first article talks about the effectiveness on the D.A.R.E. program, one of the nations most prevalent
drug prevention education programs, on actually persuading students to stay away from drugs. The st
1. What unit is used to measure net primary activity? (kcal/m2/yr) is used to measure the net primary activity
2. How does temperate grassland compare to lakes and streams? Temperate grassland produces almost the
same net primary productivity as lakes and
Chapter 25 Review: Questions 3,6,8, and 9
3. The controversy over how far we should extend our ethical concerns for various life is that people with a life-centered
worldview believe that we have a responsibility to care about other species and not just a
1. A. In the past Ive taken Debate 1 & 2, as well as AP Seminar that requires a specific form of
C. I was writing a research paper, also a case paper for debate which both requires MLA format.
2. The Moder
PATHWAY OF MOVEMENT
1. plant and animal waste decompose, adding nitrogen to the soil
bacteria in the soil convert those forms of nitrogen into forms plants can use
plants use the nitrog
1.) The student did not annotate the topic, in fact there are seven sources listed with no information as
to how they apply to the topic. The student could show improvement in the annotation part of SMARTER
as their "annotated bibliography" is just a list
1. American Farm Bureau Federation
2. United States Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry ( chairman Pat
3. U.S. Department of Agriculture
Explanation: The USDA does what the committees want because they have the mo
Question 1 (Worth 5 points)
An individual with an inconsistent political ideology, in the view of the text, would be someone who
believed in both legalizing marijuana and
providing compensatory programs for minorities.
Question 1 (Worth 5 points)
Which of the following systems of federalism allowed states from 1789 to 1937 to do most of the
Question 1 (Worth 3.0 points)
Right to a fair and speedy trial.
Points earned on this question: 3
Question 2 (Worth 3.0 points)
Jury trial in civil cases where the value of the case exceeds $20.
Question 2 (Worth 5 points)
If people have a sense of internal political efficacy, then they
trust the government to do what is right.
would rather live here than elsewhere.
are capable of joining interest groups.
feel alienated from public policy.
U.S. History President / Political Party Timeline
Elected in 1789
General in American Revolutionary War
No Party Affiliation
Founded in 1792 with the election of John Adams
1. How has the media and technology changed the way political parties operate and
nominate candidates? Give three examples to prove your theory.
The media and technology have a large effect on how we nominate candidates because
the media is now a monument
Summarize the policy initiative.
The initiative was to keep all the banks from closing during the great depression.
How did the policy come into the public agenda?
The policy came into effect when the banks started shutting down after the m
1. Closely study any characters in the cartoon. Based on your knowledge of local and world
events, who can be identified?
There is a poor civilian and a person who is supposed to be a state provided lawyer.
2. Identify any objects or symbols in the cartoo
Americans have very low voter turnout.
A. Analyze the above table. How does education affect voting?
Education increases the likelihood an individual will vote or participate in politics in other forms.
According to the table every
Printable Notes for Module Six
Selection of Federal Judges
Ideology- litmus test-(Ex. 1990's abortion.)
Civil Rights and Liberties
Note: Students will not need to know all of these cases. This review is very
Module Four Notes
I. Role of Parties make policy preferences
A MAJOR access point for Interest groups and individuals.
II. American Parties are moderate Plurality - favors the two party sys
judicial review: The right of the judicial branch to review acts of the executive and legislative
branches and if necessary rule them unconstitutional.
writ of habeas corpus: Documented legal justification for holding an individual prisoner.
1. Define congressional oversight: It is the way that congress oversees the executive branch
including federal agencies, they do this by reviewing, monitoring and supervising federal
agencies and programs
2. Describe three methods of congressional oversig
Posted by KEYLEE GIBBONS Mon Sep 26 17:24:07 2016.
Message: How is the Watergate scandal relative to today?
The watergate scandal is relevant because since the 1970s there have been large technological
advances, and although you can no longer just steal f
He was nominated by Ronald Reagan in 1987 to be in the Supreme Court Justice to replace
Justice Lewis Powell, who retired that year. But the senate voted down his nomination. The time
it took for Robert Bork to be officially on the court was
1. Name of PAC: Americans for Democratic Action
2. Goal of PAC: To help elect liberal officials to office.
3. Membership: It doesnt give a specific amount of members but to be a member there
are no specific qualifications besides donation. Their membershi
Here are some useful strategies when trying to win the election game.
Focus your efforts on swing states
Avoid campaigning in states where it will take you a long time to win over the state. If the
state is already largely in favor for you, don't waste fu
In October 1983,
the government of
troops to invade.
situation that brought
us into the conflict
Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein
ordered the invasion and
occupation of neighboring
Kuwait in early August 1990.
Alarmed by these actions,
fellow Arab powers such as
Activity: How a Bill Becomes a Law
Learn more about how a bill becomes a law at Bens Guide to U.S. Governments. Use
this graphic organizer to take notes as you visit the website and learn more on how a
bill becomes a law.
Ecuador may be small, but it has a dazzling array of wonders. -Lonely Planet
Presentation by: MIKE JONES
Population: 15 million
Historical and Economic Background
The Ecuador Economy