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Writing
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Which is the best way to correct the following sentence: Because he went to the movies with his friends, his dog had to wait more hours to go on a walk with John.

Elizabeth D.
Answer:

A. Because he went to the movies with friends, his dog had to wait more hours to go on a walk with John. B. Because he went to the movies with friends, his dog had to wait more hours to go for a walk. C. Because John went to the movies with friends, his dog had to wait many hours to go for a walk. D. The sentence is correct.

Communication
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Question:

Describe the process of the linear model of communication? What does this model of communication not include?

Elizabeth D.
Answer:

The linear model of communication is a one-way model. This model begins with a sender who encodes a message and transmits it through a channel, the source the message is sent through. The message is received by a receiver, the target of the original sender, which is the destination. sender -->[channel]-->receiver This model does not include any type of feedback or response. A good example of this type of communication is a radio broadcast, when there is no number to call in and provide feedback.

Algebra
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Question:

Solve the following equation algebraically, and check using substitution: 4+3(x+2)=12−5x

Elizabeth D.
Answer:

Simplify both sides, and then isolate the variables: 4+3(x+2)=12−5x 4+3x+6=12-5x 10+3x=12-5x 10+3x+5x=12 10+8x=12 8x=12-10 8x=2 x=2/8 x=1/4 Substitute the value found for x to check your answer: 4+3( (1/4) + 2) = 12-5(1/4) 4+(3/4)+6=12-(5/4) 10 3/4 = 10 3/4

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