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How do I teach my child to form a sentence?

How do I teach my child to form a sentence? Encourage your child to say each word slowly and listen for the sounds. When children gain the confidence to write the sounds that they hear their writing will improve dramatically. Monitor your child’s letter formation and pencil grip. Monitor that your child is using the […]

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What did 14th amendment do?

What did 14th amendment do? Passed by the Senate on June 8, 1866, and ratified two years later, on July 9, 1868, the Fourteenth Amendment granted citizenship to all persons “born or naturalized in the United States,” including formerly enslaved people, and provided all citizens with “equal protection under the laws,” extending the provisions of […]

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How do you avoid bias in a survey?

How do you avoid bias in a survey? 1. Be careful while framing your survey questionnaire Keep your questions short and clear. Although framing straightforward questions may sound simple enough, most surveys fail in this area. Avoid leading questions. Avoid or break down difficult concepts. Use interval questions. Keep the time period short and relevant. […]

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Where do the page numbers go in MLA format?

Where do the page numbers go in MLA format? Include your last name and page numbers in the upper right-hand corner of every page. The page numbers will be one-half inch from the top and flush with the right margin. How do you reference numbers in text? General rules of in-text citation: A number is […]

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What is interviewer bias in qualitative research?

What is interviewer bias in qualitative research? [Interviewer Bias] is a distortion of response related to the person questioning informants in research. The interviewer’s expectations or opinions may interfere with their objectivity or interviewees may react differently to their personality or social background. Are biases good or bad? Bias is neither inherently good nor bad. […]

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What is load line and operating point?

What is load line and operating point? The DC load line is the load line of the DC equivalent circuit, defined by reducing the reactive components to zero (replacing capacitors by open circuits and inductors by short circuits). It is used to determine the correct DC operating point, often called the Q point. What is […]

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How can I fix my OCD by myself?

How can I fix my OCD by myself? A healthy, balanced lifestyle plays a big role in easing anxiety and keeping OCD compulsions, fears, and worry at bay. Exercise regularly. Exercise is a natural and effective anti-anxiety treatment that helps to control OCD symptoms by refocusing your mind when obsessive thoughts and compulsions arise. How […]

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Why was the Vietnam wall so controversial?

Why was the Vietnam wall so controversial? Opposition to design and compromise The selected design was very controversial, in particular, its unconventional design, its black color and its lack of ornamentation. Some public officials voiced their displeasure, calling the wall “a black gash of shame.” How long is the Vietnam Wall? 246 feet and 9 […]

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What can I say instead of relaxing?

What can I say instead of relaxing? Synonyms & Antonyms of relax chill, chill out. [slang], decompress, de-stress, loosen up, mellow (out), unwind, What is the meaning of out of focus? If an image or a camera, telescope, or other instrument is out of focus, the edges of what you see are unclear. In some […]

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Why does a lens have two principal focus?

Why does a lens have two principal focus? because in the mirror the light enters through only one direction but in the mirroe light can enter from both the directions. So , the lens has two foci because it is a transparent material and so , light can enter through either sides and get converged/ […]

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