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Keegan L.
Social Sciences Education Major at University of Nebraska at Lincoln
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Basic Math
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Question:

X + 7 = 10

Keegan L.
Answer:

In order to find X we must first isolate X by itself. First you will want to put the 7 on the other side in order to isolate X. To do this you would subtract 7 in order to move it to the same side as the 10. Now you have X= 10-7. 10-7=3. So X=3.

Sociology
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Question:

What does it mean when they say unobtrusive means?

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Answer:

This is defined by ways of observing people so they do not know they are being studied. An example of this would be going through people's trashcans and seeing what certain things they have been using.

US History
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Question:

What did George Washington warn us about in his presidential farewell address?

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Answer:

George Washington warned us about a few major things. One important point was to avoid political parties. He saw that political parties would only result in more tension in the new government at the time and saw it only getting worse in the coming futures. Another piece of advice he gave us was to avoid getting involved in foreign affairs. He saw this only drawing the new country into other conflicts and wars that the new country would not be able to afford and did not have a stable government and force to participate in these wars.

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