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During a party, Jim begins to feel just awful. His heart is racing, he can’t catch his breath, and he is sweating and beginning to panic. He suspects somebody has spiked his drink. What part of his nervous system is stimulated?
Weegy: Adrenergic blocking agents stimulate the sympathetic nervous system. User: The _____ are nuclei that coordinate motor output. Weegy: The CEREBELLUM are nuclei that coordinate motor output. (More)
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When quantity demanded in a market is more than the quantity supplied, _____ occurs. A. a surplus B. an equilibrium C. a shortage D. a production possibility User: Advances in technology have reduced the cost of manufacturing MP3 players. If demand does not change, A. more MP3 players will be sold at a higher price. B. fewer MP3 players will be sold at a higher price. C. more MP3 players will be sold at a lower price. D. fewer MP3 players will be sold at a lower price.
Weegy: C. more MP3 players will be sold at a lower price. User: What is a main principle of Adam Smith’s The Wealth of Nations? A. The free market system is inefficient. B. Business prospers by finding out what people want and providing it. C. People do not always get what they need. D. A price-based system provides few incentives for businesses. Weegy: What is a main principle of Adam Smith?s The Wealth of Nations?Answer is B. Business prospers by finding out what people want and providing it. User: Why do public goods demonstrate the limitations of a free market economy? A. They allow consumers to make all of the economic decisions. B. They allow government to make some economic decisions. C. They allow governments to control most economic decisions. D. They prevent consumers from making economic decisions. Weegy: Public goods allow government to make some economic decisions. (More)
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Most people feel health care is priceless; however, health care comes with a steep cost. What factors must be considered when looking at the true cost of care?
Weegy: Health-care wonks worth their salt will tell you that the big issue in the current effort to reform our abysmal health-care system is cost control. [ They say if we don't do something to rein in the spiraling cost of health-care, it will eventually bankrupt us all. This is also a key argument made by advocates of what has become the ideological fulcrum of the health-care reform debate: the public option. Those who want to give Americans the choice of a government insurance plan have talked a lot about the public option's potential to save money over private coverage. And it would - not only because the government could negotiate lower reimbursement rates but because it wouldn't have to spend money on the things that private insurers do, like underwriting (figuring out whom to avoid covering), marketing, multimillion-dollar executive salaries, and of course, profits. Competition from a less expensive public plan would also force private insurers to become more efficient. That's all true. But for the most part, we haven't heard the best argument for a public option: security. It's what ought to be at the center of this debate, and it's the one thing private insurance companies will never offer. The single-payer and hybrid systems in place in every other country in the developed world have many admirable features: lower costs, universal coverage, and better health outcomes. But what ought to make us most envious is their security - it's what they have and we desperately need. If you live in Canada or Germany or France or Japan, there are some things you need never fear. You need never fear that your insurance company will tell you it won't cover treatment for your asthma because you had asthma before they signed you up. You need never fear that you will bankrupt your family because of expensive treatments for a serious illness. You need never fear that you will find yourself without coverage after your insurer dropped you or you lost your job. ] (More)
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in the conditional P ? Q, Q is a?
Weegy: Max's explanation of "sufficiency" is very good. P doesn't have to be true for Q to be true, therefore it's not necessary. [ The truth table for a logical implication is: P|Q|P->Q ________ 1|1|1 1|0|0 0|1|1 0|0|1 P -> Q is true when P is false. source: yahoo ] User: P v Q is best interpreted as? User: what is the truth value of the sentence P v ~ P? User: if P is false, and Q is false, the truth-value of P ? Q is? Weegy: pq|~q|~p|~pVq|~q->(~pVq) TT|F | F| T | T TF| T| F | F | F FT| F| T | T | T FF| T| T | T | T pqr | ~q | p V ~q | ~r | p V ~q ~r TTT F T F F TFT T T F F FTT F F F T FFT T T F F TTF F T T T TFF T T T T FTF F F T F FFF T T T T Truth Value: TFF T T [ T T FFF T T T T ] User: in the conditional P ? Q, Q is a? Weegy: Max's explanation of "sufficiency" is very good. P doesn't have to be true for Q to be true, therefore it's not necessary. [ The truth table for a logical implication is: P|Q|P->Q ________ 1|1|1 1|0|0 0|1|1 0|0|1 P -> Q is true when P is false. source: yahoo ] User: in the truth talbe for an invalid argument Weegy: on at least one row, where the premises are all true, the conclusion is false User: the truth table for a valid deductive argument will show? (More)
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In this passage, investigations means the same as: A. studies. B. experts. C. crops. D. forests.
Weegy: : In this passage, investigations means the same as: C. crops (More)
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· This discussion question is an audio dialogue. Start the discussion and leave it open for your classmates to dialogue with you. As part of this dialogue, discuss patients' referrals to specialist, diagnosis, treatment plan, or medical coverage issues. You must also provide a written transcript of all your responses. Your portion of the discussion must reflect the following criteria: o Be recorded in an audio file and submitted as a link in the post o Include a written transcript o Use at ...
Weegy: What is "(Student Expectation #10)"? By the way, I will answer your question based on my experiences. You cannot live all by yourself. You need comrades such as classmates, friends, relatives and so forth. [ [ [ Your classmates don't know some things or knowledge that you have, and so as you. With the information your classmates have plus, the information that you have, you can build a great project. There are things that you cannot do or accomplish all by yourself, so its best to have comrades or classmates by your side. ] ] ] (More)
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The theory that learning increases the efficiency of production is called the: A. learning curve B. learning effect C. education cost D. none of the above
Weegy: The theory is that learning increases the efficiency is D. None of the above (More)
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(he fell into the water bowl) User: my pet dove got wet, so i blow dried him real softly and got him dry and now hes not flying right and is having balance issues
Weegy: he wanted the new owner to come in for a health check so that he could meet ... Please note: If your new bird is *not tame* please skip the next paragraph, and ... You can get him out a few more times the first day he's home with you, ..... [ Of course the water boiled dry, and when I got home I could not find my pet Greencheek. ] (More)
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Which court is the final authority on the meaning of the Constitution? A. the court of original jurisdiction B. the Supreme Court C. the appellate court D. the district court
Weegy: B. The Supreme Court is final authority on meaning of Consitution (More)
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Name the four subcategories of HIPAA.
Weegy: The four subcategories of HIPAA include: (1) benefits, cost-sharing, and dispute resolution; (2) health plan characteristics and performance information; (3) network characteristics; and (4) care management information. [ ] (More)
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Who made advances to our understanding of the conscious and unconscious mind? 1.Freud 2.Descartes 3.Pavlov 4.Skinner
Weegy: Freud made advances to our understanding of the conscious and unconscious mind. (More)
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During a party, Jim begins to feel just awful. His heart is racing, he can’t catch his breath, and he is sweating and beginning to panic. He suspects somebody has spiked his drink. What part of his nervous system is stimulated? a) hypothalamus b) parasympathetic c) frontal lobe d) none of the above
Weegy: b) parasympathetic User: During a party, Jim begins to feel just awful. His heart is racing, he can’t catch his breath, and he is sweating and beginning to panic. He suspects somebody has spiked his drink. What part of his nervous system is stimulated? (More)
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Asked 1/17/2013 8:49:24 PM
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my pet dove got wet and i blow dried him real softly and now he is not flying right and his having balance issues
Weegy: How long has it been since he has been blow dried? User: about 10 minutes, do you want me to tell you the whole story? Weegy: your pet may have goten sick because of blow-drying. User: i set him up on the water bowl so he could get a drink like i always do and he fell in and got wet, but i thought it was okay if he got wet, but then he tried to fly off of the table and just fell to the ground. so i blow dried him. he's flying, but just not as good as he WAS. and he also is staggering around a little bit and he keeps shaking his head and closing his eyes Weegy: try to visit this site.. it might help you discovering what kind of illness your dove got eith that situation... (More)
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Which bankruptcy allows a debtor with a regular income to extinguish his or her debts from future earnings or other property over a period of time? A. Chapter 7 B. Chapter 11 C. Chapter 13 D. Chapter 15
Weegy: B. Chapter 11 User: An all-purpose account that provides several services is a(n): A. NOW account. B. asset management account. C. EFT account. D. mutual fund. Weegy: B. asset management account User: Debt-to-equity ratio is: A. calculated by dividing total liabilities by net worth. B. calculated by dividing monthly debt payments by net monthly income. C. determined by dividing your assets by liabilities. D. rarely used by creditors in determining credit worthiness. Weegy: The answer is B. calculated by dividing monthly debt payments by net monthly income. User: The CCCS aids families by: A. setting up a budget for them. B. paying off their loans. C. providing free basic necessities. D. providing one month free shelter. Weegy: A. setting up a budget for them User: If you think that your bill is wrong, you should first: A. contact the local credit bureau and inform it of the billing error. B. complain to the Better Business Bureau. C. contact your state consumer protection agency. D. notify the creditor in writing within 60 days after the bill was mailed. Weegy: A. contact the local credit bureau and inform it of the billing error (More)
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what happens to a man (physically), if he unsuspectingly glimpse a woman's breast?
Weegy: It depends on the man. It depends on the woman. And it depends on the breast. (More)
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1. Explain what dumping is, giving some examples. Does dumping raise any ethical issues? What are they? What would an ethical relativist say about dumping?
Weegy: I dunno, bro. Rate this as good so I can buy weed. User: 2. Speculate on why dumpers dump. Do you think they believethat what they are doing is morally permissible? How would you look at the situation if you were one of the manufacturers of Tris-impregnated pajamas? Weegy: Dumpers dump because they don’t want to have profit loss. I think that what they did is not morally permissible. If I were the manufacturers of Tris-impregnated pajamas, I would notice to public that those products may have potential dangerous. (More)
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Why is the equilibrium wage higher for doctors than for convenience store clerks? A. The demand for convenience store clerks is equal to the demand for doctors. B. Supply of doctors is relatively low, and the demand is relatively high. C. The demand for convenience store clerks is low, but supply is low, too. D. Supply of doctors is relatively high and the demand is relatively low.
Weegy: B. Supply of doctors is relatively low, and the demand is relatively high. User: Which of the following is a product that is considered a commodity? A. new automobiles B. low-grade gasoline C. wrapping paper D. apple candy Weegy: B. low-grade gasoline. User: What is an important characteristic of the M1 money supply? A. liquidity B. durability C. flexibility D. solidity Weegy: A. Liquidity is an important characteristic of the M1 Money supply. User: Replacing a good with a similar good because of a change in prices is an example of the: A. substitution effect B. supply and demand C. price rationalizing D. none of the above User: The Federal Reserve System is overseen by the seven-member: A. The Central Bank B. Congress C. Vice-President D. Board of Governors Weegy: The Federal Reserve system is overseen by a seven-member board of governors, with one member of this committee chosen as the chairman User: Big Road Inc., a private company, is hired to build and run a state’s entire road system. The company charges high fees to use its roads. It maintains the roads only in heavily populated areas. Which of the following describes this project? A. positive externality B. public good C. market failure D. negative externality Weegy: I chose A. positive externality because eventhough it is expensive but it help to run a state easily and more accessable road to the public. :) User: How might a firm respond to a higher demand for its goods? A. limit its production B. raise prices C. cut prices D. increase advertising Weegy: B. raise prices (More)
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