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Becca D.
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Writing
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Question:

Identify ALL of the mistakes in the following sentence: will you're friends be hear on time.

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Answer:

(W)ill (your) friends be (here) on time(?)

World Geography
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What does the term "ethnocentric" mean? Why could having this mindset be a negative thing?

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Answer:

The term ethnocentric is the belief that your culture or way of life is superior to that of others. This is a negative way of thinking and learning, as it can prohibit the way we learn about other people, places, and ways of life. While learning about lifestyles that are different than our own, it is important to keep an open mind. By looking at new things through a lens in which we see our own culture as superior, we are unable to fully and accurately learn and grow by gaining new knowledge

US History
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Who said it? Alexander Hamilton or Thomas Jefferson. Read the following quote to determine who said the quote. Then explain how you know. “If political power was given to the common people, I fear that issues would be settled by the will of the mob rather than reasonable thought.”

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Answer:

This quote comes from Alexander Hamilton. Hamilton was a Federalist, which meant that he believed the power of the government should be in the hands of the wealthy and educated elite. Hamilton believed the common American citizens could not handle the responsibility of participating in government.

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