The Democratic party has a different representation of delegates than the Republican party. The Democratic party has both delegates and superdelegates. What affect do superdelegates have when pertaining to voting for the President of the United States?
At the party's national convention, a superdelegate has the ability to support any candidate they chose for office. Unlike a regular delegate, they are not obliged to support the candidate their party has chosen.
A test is taken and the professor decides to add a curve because the grades were not what he expected. He has a large class with a range of grades from 0-100. He wants to help out the people who scored mainly in the 65-80 range because it showed they knew at least half of the material. However, if he finds the average and subtracts that number by 100 for the curve, it will not be the best way to represent the entire body of students. What other method could the professor use?
Did Paul Revere shout “The British are coming!” to alert American militias in Massachusetts?
Paul Revere did not shout that phrase actually. Another rider with him eventually made it to Concord and informed the militia of the attack, but Revere did not gallop through the town with his horse shouting this urgent message. In fact, he was captured by the British and he told them what he was up to.