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Political Science
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Question:

Name three of the four theories used to describe Presidential Power.

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Answer:

The Rubberband Theory: The theory that in times of war the presidents power expands, in time of peace it contracts. The Stewardship Doctrine: If the constitution does not prohibit it, the Constitution allows it. The War Power Theory: The president has the right to commit long term troops abroad if its in the best interest of the nation.

Algebra
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Question:

Use the difference quotient to solve the Polynomial: 2W^2+5W+3

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Answer:

Difference Quotient : f(x+h)-f(x)/h 2W^2+5W+3 2(x+h)^2-5(x+h)+3-(2x^2+5x-3/h= substitution 2(x^2+2xh+h^2)-5x+5h+3-2x^2+5x-3/h= Distribution 4xh+2h^2-5x/h= The h variable should always cancel when using the difference quotient. 4x+2h-5 is the answer

Government
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Question:

The United States Constitution creates only one court inside of its text. What court is this, and why do we need inferior courts other than one ?

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Answer:

The Supreme Court is the only court created in the constitution. We need inferior courts to help protect the rights of others, including both personal and constitutional rights. We also need inferior courts to settle disputes between the states and civilians, in both criminal and civil cases.

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