2). 2 to 3 is already 2:3
3). 6 to 9 simplified is 2:3
4). 8 to 10 simplified is 4:5
Eco is like a poisonous word.
Underage drinking could damage your health real bad.
2. When you say eco, you could really change what you mean...like you behavior and the way you act. Underage drinking could harm you real bad, you could feel dizzy, you could get really sick, you could be very crazy.
3. I really want these laws, I mean like why would you harm yourself by drinking and getting drunk and eventually get sick and crazy. Also why don't you want to trust yourself, like at all. So definitely, yes change these laws.
Yes, if you want to protect your country or war. But terrorizing the world...getting wounded...with guns, and bombs,etc. Destroying the world. Places getting ruined, peopel getting badly hurt.
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D) It allows the reader to flashback to an earlier time to better understand the feelings of the characters.
Confining the story to one hour can be very beneficial for the reader to understand the story and the action of the characters much more efficiently. This is because it allows the reader to search for information previously mentioned to remember how certain actions are influencing the story. With this, the reader can identify important facts, relevant characters and how the narration of the story builds everything that is happening.
Thus, the reader has a complete experience that allows him to see the story cohesively in a shorter period of time, without leaving him tired or bored.
The correct answer is "A. Choice (b) describes an externality. The advertising blimp imposes a cost on the motorist that is not accounted for in the market price of advertising. The restriction on coffee exports has market effects, which are not externalities. ".
Explanation: Choice (b) describes an externality. The advertising blimp imposes a cost on the motorist that is not accounted for in the market price of advertising. The restriction on coffee exports has market effects, which are not externalities.
An externality is a situation in which the costs or benefits of producing or consuming a good or service are not reflected in its market price despite having an external impact.
In case A, the situation is reflected in the market price, while in case B, the external situation, despite having an impact, does not affect the market price.
4 to 6
All of the choices describe intermediate error events.
Explanation:Intermediate error events are triggered when a token causes a fault name to be raised in a normal flow, going through to an Error End Event. Intermediate error event shows changes in the normal sequence caused by an exception in the process. There are basically 2ways in which intermediate error event can be used, it includes when used as a sequence flow of a process or as boundary events related to certain activity or activities, it indicates alternative sequence flow,it is noted with a leaning flash or z sign.
e. All of the choices describe characteristics of the ANS.
The autonomic nervous system is a regulatory and control system that influences the functions of internal organs.
Autonomic pathways consist of two types of motor neurons, these are the preganglionic neuron and the postganglionic neuron.
ANS stimulation of involuntary effectors is always excitatory. In the preganglionic autonomic neurons, and all postganglionic parasympathetic neurons are usually (cholinergic i.e receptors that bins with acetylcholine), as a result they release acetylcholine as a neurotransmitter. The cholinergic effects of preganglionic autonomic neurons are always excitatory.
The postganglionic neuron lies entirely in the peripheral nervous system.Yes!, this is so because the ganglion cells that give rise to postganglionic axons lies through the gray rami communicans and join the peripheral nerves of the peripheral nervous system.
One type of regulation that affects the economic choices of consumers are the excise taxes:Excise taxes impose resctrictions on the consumption of certain goods, by making them more expensive and therefore more unattractive to consumers than before. Typical examples of goods taxed are cigarettes or alcohol. Let's take the example of cigarettes as the product on which the tax is imposed, which elevates is price. Consumers of this good would react as the low of demand predicts, by decreasing the amount demanded and consumed. As a loyal consumer of a taxed good you would prefer that the tax did not exist. But cigarettes are a danger for human health, and these regulations, apart from raising funds for the government, are also aimed at preventing addictive behaviours and reducing the consumption of such drugs. Therefore, from my viewpoint, I would maintain this regulation.Another regulation imposed to citizens are taxes on imports, specially nowadays with the increase of the protectionist policies. This economic decision which is said to favour national producers, is actually isolating them from the rest of the world and condemning them to become less competitive and obsolote. If they do not work towards innovation for competition, the products manufactures would be more expensive and less quality that the ones that could be purchased from abroad. In the end, such measures should be abolished because they are harmful for both producers and consumers.