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Pre-Algebra
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Question:

Estimation and Rounding of Decimals. Round 54.2247 to the nearest hundredth.

Charity S.
Answer:

1) Determine where the nearest hundredth is in the number 2) Is the number following the nearest tenth higher or lower than 5? 3) If lower, the number remains what it is. If higher, the number will go up one So, 54.2247 rounded to the nearest hundredth will be 54.22.

Psychology
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Question:

Describe the differences between Freud's Id, Ego, and Superego.

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Answer:

The Id represents a person's biological personality. The Id is what is present during the beginning stage of life. Once the Ego develops the Id begins to become dormant. The Id does not have direct contact with what is going on around a person. It wishes to act on impulse. The Ego represents a balancing point. It helps keep the Id from acting out. It creates a reason. Think of the Id as being the urge to jump into a park fountain, and the Ego stepping back and rationalizing how that would not be a wise idea. The Superego represents that urge to feel powerful, perfect, or the search for the ideal self. The Superego does help the Ego control the Id, but it tries to go beyond the Ego in that it wants to be the best of the best.

English
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Question:

Dorothy clicked her red heels. In the above sentence, what are the subject, the verb, and the object?

Charity S.
Answer:

Dorothy clicked (her) red heels ----------- ---------- ------------- Subject Verb Object Dorothy is the "who," the person in which we are talking about. Clicked is the "what" Dorothy did. The red heels refer to the object. To help determine the object, ask yourself a question. "What is it that Dorothy clicked?"

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