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ULANGAN TIK
Pilihla salah satu
1) Yang bukan termasuk alat TIK .... : HP
2) yang termasuk alat input : printer

Created on April 14, 2015 by
2 question(s)
O. Dodi Sukmanaga
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Chapter Reviews Quiz
Chapter 12 Congress Chapter 15 The Judiciary
1) Reallocation of seats in the House of Representatives to each state based changes in the state's population since the last census is called : redistricting
2) Redrawing the congressional district boundaries within each state is called : reapportionment
3) A model of representation that says a member of Congress should vote the position that best represents his or her constituents' even if the legislator does not share these views is : the instructed delegate model
4) The process by which the legislative branch checks the executive branch to ensure the laws that Congress passed are being administered in keeping with the legislatures intent : gerrymandering
5) Differences between the House and Senate do not include : the Senate being more reliant on staff than the House.

Created on April 03, 2015 by
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Jason
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Kuis Umum
Pertanyaan-pertanyaan berisikan pengetahuan umum
1) Warna dari Google Chrome terdiri dari 4 warna. : Warna dari Google Chrome terdiri dari 4 warna. Yaitu: Merah, Hijau, Kuning, Biru, dan Putih

Created on July 26, 2014 by
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Riski Simanjorang
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Congress Quiz
CHAPTER 11
1) Besides the United States, which other nations have congresses? : c Great Britain and most European nations only
2) In Great Britain's parliamentary system, candidates for Parliament areselected by : a. other members of Parliament, as in a private club.
3) A basic difference between a parliament such as Great Britain's and the U.S. Congress is that : a. party members in a parliament vote together on most issues.
4) In Great Britain's parliamentary system, the renomination of amember of Parliament depends principally on that member's : a. popularity rating in public opinion polls.

Created on May 17, 2014 by
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ravensley rene
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The Presidency
Political science
1) A parliamentary as opposed to a presidential system is found in all ofthe following countries except : a. Great Britain.
2) If the president selected his cabinet from the same source as a primeminister in a parliamentary system does, the U.S. cabinet would be selected by : a. powerful interest groups.
3) In a parliamentary system, the voters cannot choose : a. their members of parliament.
4) Each of the following is a fundamental difference between presidentsand prime ministers except : a. presidents and the legislature often work at cross-purposes.

Created on May 17, 2014 by
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ravensley rene
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ch. 10, 11&12
Government
1) The summation of individual opinions on any particular issue or topic.. : Public Opinion (?)
2) Locke all advanced the role of people in government and in consenting to what government does... : Plato, Aristotle, Montesquieu, Locke
3) Those opinions held by private persons which government finds it prudent to heed.. : V.O. Key
4) Many media organizations today provide data on American public opinion : USA Today/Gallup Poll CBS/New York Times Poll Fox News/Opinion Dynamic Poll NBC/Wall Street Journal
5) Samuel Huntington [“Values”] : Broad principles which most citizens support and adhere

Created on April 17, 2014 by
78 question(s)
Kaylah Hubbard
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9-12
government
1) Natural Law (def.) : laws that are God-given and that they existed from the time a person is born.
2) Civil Law (def.) : Legislative codes, laws, or sets of rules enacted by authorized lawmaking bodies
3) Criminal Law (def.) : “Offenses against society” and their prescribed punishment
4) How does criminal law differ from civil law? : Criminal acts of intentional harm to individuals while civil is disputes between private parties
5) Constitutional law (rules and interpretation) : Rules found in fundamental law of a nation or state

Created on April 17, 2014 by
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Kaylah Hubbard
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Tiers of Government

1) In Victoria, the State Parliament, is responsible for: : Planting trees
2) Local governments are responsible for: : Public toilets

Created on August 19, 2013 by
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MS Synadinos
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Crisis Zone Quiz
Middle Eastern politics and US foreign policy quiz based on the subject Crisis Zone.
1) Which date did Iraq invade Iran? : 22 September 1980
2) What was the Halabja Massacre of March 16 1988 known for? : The use of chemical weapons against the Kurds
3) UNSC Resolution --- (20 July 1987)The UNSC ‘Deploring the initiation and continuation of the conflict, Deploring also the bombing of purely civilian population centres, attacks on neutral shipping or civilian aircraft, the violation of international humanitarian law and other laws of armed conflict, and, in particular, the use of chemical weapons contrary to obligations under the 1925 Geneva Protocol. Deeply concerned that further escalation and widening of the conflict may take place’ called for immediate cease fire, for the deployment of UN observers and repatriation of prisoners.Which resolution was it? : 695
4) In 1984, US broke all diplomatic ties with Iraq. : True
5) Who was the founder of Zionism? : Theodore Herzl

Created on June 13, 2013 by
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Salma Abdulhussein
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CVHS 2013 APHG Final Study Guide Quiz
Each question from each test we took this spring semester (political geography, agricultural geography, developmental and industrial geography, and urban geography). Entirely verbatim (except for the question beginning "The model that holds that the land...", as it didn't have any one logically correct answer; I have put what I feel to be the correct answer in place of one of the original choices). Typos have been corrected; any book titles originally italicized are now in "quotes"; what was originally in bold font is now in ALL CAPS. Timer's set for two hours, which is more than enough time to answer all of these, let alone the 100 that'll actually be on the final...it really isn't too hard if you did the reading... Good luck.
1) Taiwan is a member of the UN. : True
2) The first political geographer who studied the state in detail was Friedrich Ratzel who postulated that the state resembles a biological organism. His organic theory identified _______________ as a state's essential life giving force. : space
3) The most destabilizing problem faced by very large countries is : having portions of their territory inaccessible, sparsely populated, or hard to govern.
4) One of the most powerful impacts of colonialism was the construction of global order characterized by great differences in ______________ : economic and political power.
5) The maximum extent of a coastal state's exclusive economic zone according to the United Nations is: : 200 nm

Created on May 31, 2013 by
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e w
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Danish democracy

1) How many members are there in the danish parlament? : 189
2) What kind of power does the Queen have? : Her vote counts for one.
3) Who can become a member of the paralament? : Everyone with an education.
4) What is the separation power? : The giving, the taking and the loving power.
5) Who is our prime minister? : http://www.seoghoer.dk/~/media/Se%20og%20Hoer/Kendte%20Danmark/sidney%20lee%20faldt%20ned1%20jpg.ashx

Created on May 17, 2013 by
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Amalie Bendtsen
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Star Quiz
Quiz about science and Technology, computer science, physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, history and geography, health science, game and bollywood
1) What is the average value of acceleration due to gravity g on the earth surface? : 9.8 m/s2

Created on April 28, 2013 by
1 question(s)
Rahul Raz
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