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Maina C.
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US History
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Question:

Describe how FDR (Franklin D. Roosevelt) changed the scope of US government.

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Answer:

FDR took office during a time of national and global financial crisis (Great Depression) and through World War II. FDR drastically expanded the scope of American government to help the country survive during the Great Depression and through the war by expanding government agencies and creating greater regulations. These government agencies employed many Americans which helped the country navigate through the Great Depression.

Communication
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Question:

Describe Rhetoric.

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Answer:

Rhetoric is the ability to harness the power of persuasion to achieve the rhetor's goals.

Algebra
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Question:

Change the formula y-3 = 5(X+1) to slope-intercept form.

Maina C.
Answer:

Slope intercept form is y = mx + b. To do this, first, distribute the 5 to the (x+1), giving 5x+5. Now we have y-3=5x+5. Given that slope intercept form isolates the y, we must now isolate the y by removing the -3. To do this, use the opposite operation of subtraction: addition. Add 3 to both sides, producing y=5x+8. y=5x+8 gives slope-intercept form, with 5=m and 8=b.

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