A farmer wants to decrease water waste on her land. She is currently using flood and furrow irrigation.
(a)Propose the irrigation solution that will meet the needs of the farmer. Explain the reason for your selection.
(b) Describe the unintended consequences for the potential solution.
Answer both A and B
The Scopes case or The State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes as it is known was a case in which John Scopes was charged with breaking the law of Tennessee that forbade teaching of evolution in any school that was funded by the state. He in the course of the trial changed his plea to guilty and was convicted.
2.The correct answer here is the option A.
The Teapot Dome Scandal is one the more famous instances of bribery scandals that happened in the United States. It shook the cabinet of President Warren G. Harding because the Secretary of the Interior Albert Bacon Fall leased the Navy petroleum at low rates without biding to private companies.
3.The correct answer here is the option D.
In 1900s the drinking problem according to many got out of hand. The people were drunk on the streets and saloons. It was an unsightly thing according to many woman of the time who were the foremost opponents of the alcohol consumption and they led many campaigns in order to ban the alcohol use.
4.The correct answer here is C.
The 1900s were a time of great industrialization and urbanization. Many new factories have been opened and many people including African Americans went North due to higher wages and better working opportunities. This led to the even greater urbanization of the North.
5. The correct answer here is C.
As we saw in the previous question, higher wages were a reason that made many people move to the North, and this is what it is known as a pull factor, that is the aspects of the particular location because of which people want to move there.
6.Once again the correct answer here is C.
On of the way the fads were spread around was by the new forms of entertainment that emerged in the 1920s and those were the radio and the cinema. The new fads thanks to them were able to reach large number of people and do it quickly.
7. The correct answer here is D.
Calvin Coolidge had a relative quiet presidency at least when it comes to scandals. That is totally different from president Harding whose cabinet was caught in the great bribery scandal that involved his Secretary of Interior Albert Bacon Fall who leased Navy petroleum without bidding, at lower rates to private companies.
8. The correct answer here is B.
Edith Wharton and Willa Cather were two women writers that wrote during the 1920s and they were a great inspiration to many women. Wharton wrote prose with an insider knowledge of the high class of the United States, while Cather wrote about and described the life on the Great Plains frontier in her novels.
9. The correct answer here is B.
George Gershwin, who was both a pianist and a composer is one of the most important people in the music who wrote and played both classical and popular genres. He studied classical music but was great jazz player as well and his style is greatly jazz influenced. He spread his love of Jazz to Europe where he studied.
10.The correct answer here yet again is B.
To say that prohibition failed would be understatement. Even while it was in effect it was not very effective. Few things happened as people found various ways to bypass the laws. Some turned to bootlegging, some opened speakeasies and other turned to "medicinal alcohol" use.
11. Again the correct answer is B.
The Butler Act of Tennessee forbade the teaching of evolution in any school that received state funding. John Scopes violated this law as he thought evolution. He was taken to trial where during the course of the trial he pleaded guilty and was convicted.
12. The correct answer here is A.
Jazz originated in New Orleans among the African-American communities there. It quickly became popular and as the African- Americans moved North so did their love for Jazz which spread further and further and became popular all over the country. Jazz is by many called American classical music.
13.The correct answer here is B.
During 1920s you could by stocks and goods from most stores on credit, and the idea of "buy now, pay later" was appealing to people. Many new innovative items appeared at that time like the radio and the toaster, and with the buying on credit many middle-class families could afford this expensive items at the time.
14. The correct answer here is the option D.
Here we could see free market at work. There were many factories and many producers of goods which led to increased competition. In order to entice the costumers and stay competitive manufacturers provided a greater variety of goods for good and fair prices.
15.The correct answer here is A.
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald is one the Great American Novels and it deals with the darker aspect of the American Dream. If you work hard, honestly and fairly you will be successful. that is the core of the American Dream but the Gatsby showed that his wealthy characters had little regard for morals and some of them Gatsby in particular gained his wealth with dishonest means.
Please refer to Explanation.
1. The five (5) principles of Economics are,
- Divided into 2, groups being positive and Negative, Incentives help in the decision process as they push a person to do something. An example of a negative incentive, is not commiting crime for fear of going to jail.
- This means that for everything we do, we had to give up something to do it. In other words there is no such thing as a free lunch.
c) Opportunity Cost
- This is what you would have gained had you picked the next best alternative to a decision. The trick therefore, is to pick a decision that has a lower Opportunity Cost than the decision picked.
d) Marginal Thinking.
- This rationalizes the decision making mechanism of people. It posits that humans evaluate courses of actions individually to ascertain if their costs outweigh their benefits before picking them.
e) Trade Creates Value
- Trade is the buying and selling of goods and services. It is a very basic principle at the heart of Economics that trade creates value because people are both able to get what they need to function better.
2. Arranging the events in chronological order.
- A certain area has a problem with cobras, which are poisonous.
- The government announces a reward for every captured cobra turned in.
- People begin breeding cobras to turn in, which is easier than hunting them.
- Some bred cobras escape.
- The area has more free cobras than before.
This shows that sometimes incentives may not work to the benefit of Society.
According to research related to Prohibition, some of the illnesses, such as liver cirrhosis, were reduced during alcohol barring. Violent crime and immoral behavior were the same if not increased, if considered, alcohol smuggling, the fight for the illegal market, the nightclubs of "speak easy" types etc. One way to facilitate alcohol procurement was to prescribe alcohol for medical purposes, which increased significantly during the prohibition. This is how the term "medicinal alcohol" emerged.
The answer is: b.
The greatest unintended consequence of Prohibition however, was the plainest to see. For over a decade, the law that was meant to foster temperance instead fostered intemperance and excess. The solution the United States had devised to address the problem of alcohol abuse had instead made the problem even worse.
The rate of water use likely exceeds the rate of recharge, leading to lowering the water table.
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the offspring would all be white. if the parents are both white flowers then they have the genotype rr, which when crossed results in an all white punnet square.