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Michele G.
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Writing
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Question:

What are the most common issues with writing today?

Michele G.
Answer:

There are two common issues with writing today. First, many students write "how they speak," and this issues is compounded with short-hand writing and acronyms used in text type communications. The second issue is passive voice. A passive construction occurs when you make the object of an action into the subject of a sentence. That is, whoever or whatever is performing the action is not the grammatical subject of the sentence. While passive voice is not considered a grammatical error, it clouds clarity and prevents the reader from understanding what you mean.

Criminal Justice
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Question:

What is criminal justice?

Michele G.
Answer:

Criminal Justice is the study of the administration of three interdependent institutions of social control: Law Enforcement, Courts and Corrections.

Statistics
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Question:

What is a variable?

Michele G.
Answer:

A variable is something that one can measure numerically and has more than one characteristic, such as eye color and hair color.

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