What is the definition of “figurative language”? A. words meant to be taken to mean exactly what is said B. language not meant to be taken literally C. vivid descriptions that create sensory images D. a thing or person that stands for something beyond itself Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D
To evaluate the claim in the advertisement, Travis should A)look at the data for the control group to see how much the fish grew without the new food.B)check the lab results to see if the researchers changed the dependent variable in the same way.C)examine the data to find how the researchers changed the variables within the control group.D)determine if the results show the independent variable changing as the dependent variable was changed. None
Lamar has just gotten a new job and is attending a company party where he will meet his colleagues for the first time. his boss escorts him around to small groups to introduce him. at the first group, lamar meets four people and is told only their first names. the same thing happens with a second group and a third group. at the fourth group, lamar is told their names and that one of the women in the group is the company accountant. a little while later, lamar realizes that while remembers the names of the people in the fourth group, he can no longer recall the names of anyone he met earlier in the party. lamar's experience demonstrates
Select the best answer from the choices provided. a.He published his famous book, De revolutionibus orbium coelestium, shortly before his death. b.He was the first scientist in modern times to offer detailed evidence for the heliocentric theory. c.Later popes banned his book for almost 300 years. d.All of the answers are correct. None
kilometers per hour. Another train leaves at the same time and travels south at 70 kilometers per hour. How long will it take before they are 465 kilometers apart? None
Determine whether the study depicts an observational study or an experiment. fifty children are divided into two groups. one group is exposed to a video on bullying. the other is not. after one week, both groups are questioned about their attitudes about violence. is the study an observational study or an experiment?