Which option defines operation paperclip? a. the us government plan to recruit former nazi scientists into the us defense sector to gain a military advantageb. the british government plan to admit former nazi party officials into the military intelligence sector to gain secretsc. the british military plan to use former german administrators to streamline office operations in the defense sectord. the us government plan to appoint captured german mayors to political positions in us cities to rehabilitate themthe correct answer is a.
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1. Lincoln's "10 Percent Plan" (Presidential Reconstruction) dealt with re-admitting Southern states into the Union (ratify the 13th amendment, reject secession, 10% of voters from 1860 pledge allegiance to the US).
2. What the Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution accomplished was that It abolished slavery.
3. Congress wanted to impeach President Andrew Johnson because he violated the Tenure of Office Act (broke federal law by firing Secretary of War Edwin Stanton without Senate approval).
4. The main elements of the Compromise of 1877 were to gain Democratic support, Hayes agreed to support internal improvements for the South, appoint a Southerner to the Cabinet, and withdraw federal troops from the South.
5. The statement that BEST explains why Reconstruction ended is "Ending Reconstruction was a way for the government to cut expenses in a nation facing economic downturn because the North saw themselves as financing the military occupation of the South and relief programs like the Freedmen’s Bureau"
6. After the end of the American Civil War, many southern states passed "Black Codes" which were primarily intended to place political, economic, and social limits on Black people in the South—control relations between White Southerners and newly freed slaves.
7. Congressional Reconstruction refers to the period when A Radical Republican majority Congress overturned any of President Johnson’s vetoes to enact harsher regulations on the South.
8. The Freedmen’s Bureau offered help with basic needs (food, shelter, clothing) to former slaves, poor whites, and even American Indians, but one of its biggest areas of success was basic education.
9. The agency responsible for easing freed slaves' transition from enslavement to freedom was the Freedmen's Bureau (Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands).
10. The group that was created in 1866 to resist all Reconstruction efforts in the South through violence against Blacks and Whites that supported Reconstruction. was the Ku Klux Klan
1.- The 10 percent plan specified that a southern state could be readmitted into the Union once 10 percent of its voters (from the voter rolls for the election of 1860) swore an oath of allegiance to the Union.
2. The 13th Amendment states: “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.”
3. the United States House of Representatives resolved to impeach the President, adopting eleven articles of impeachment detailing his "high crimes and misdemeanors",
4.- As a result of the Compromise of 1877, Florida, Louisiana and South Carolina became Democratic once again, effectively marking the end of the Reconstruction era.
5.- Being part of the result of the compromise of 1877 the end of the reconstruction is one of the biggest moments in American history.
6. Black codes were restrictive laws designed to limit the freedom of African Americans and ensure their availability as a cheap labor force after slavery was abolished during the Civil War.
7. Reconstruction addressed how the eleven seceding rebel states in the south would regain what the Constitution and be reseated in Congress, the civil status of the former leaders of the Confederacy, and the Constitutional and legal status of freedmen, especially their civil rights and whether they should be given the right to vote.
8. The educational goals of the Freedmen’s Bureau were only partially met. By 1870, the Bureau managed to educate 200,000 students with a teaching staff of 9,000 in only 4,000 schools. By the time the Freedmen’s Bureau ended in 1876, more than half of white children and about 40 percent of colored students were attending school.
9. The Freedmen’s Bureau was intended to act as a primitive welfare agency, aiming to ease the transition from slavery to freedom.
10. Founded in 1866, the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) extended into almost every southern state by 1870 and became a vehicle for white southern resistance to the Republican Party’s Reconstruction-era policies aimed at establishing political and economic equality for blacks
c) is the right answer, since it is the only FALSE statement among the other 4 options, which are TRUE.
Constant "b" stands for the damping term in the oscillatorry equation, which means it is multiplying the first derivate of the movement variable, be it x (distance) or φ (for angular approaches).
Let's exclude the TRUE options:a) and d): A very large constant "b" means a high friction into the system, so, if "b" is large enough, it would prevent the system from oscillating (that is, from starting the movement) or, once moving, it may brake it down to zero amplitude within a finite time.b) Indeed, a large enough "b" value would mean a supercritical damping case, in which no oscilation takes place. The system breaks despite the real resonance values in frecuency. This means that only for damping below critical values, resonance may occur.e) Certainly, the friction may be between two solid bodies. In the case a solid body is inside a fluid environment (liquid or gas), "b" value is proportional to the hidrodynamic or aerodinamic resistance, respectively. This "resistance" depends, amongst other variables, on the shape (fluid distribution) and its cross-sectional area (the wider, the more resistance, the greater "b" shall be).
Finally, as exposed above, a greater "b" value involves a a higher damping, then a higher force against the movement, thus shorter times and quicker damping. This is why opcion c) is the FALSE answer, thus the correct option: it states a wrong principle, opposite to the physics.
Hope that was clear enough! Always think how to exclude answers first, and try to find any option that may be incoherent respect to other(s).
D) The horse’s velocity increases by 2 mi/h every 1 s as the horse moves south
Let's analyze all options:
A. The horse’s speed changes to 2 mi/h as the horse moves south The horse's speed is not 2 mi/h, but it increases 2 mi/h every second. So, this is false.
B. The horse’s speed decreases by 2 mi/h every 1 s. It would only decrease if the horse was moving north. Otherwise this is false.
C. The horse’s position decreases by 2 mi every 1 s as the horse moves south. It is not horse's position but its velocity what changes 2mi/h every second. Also false.
D. The horse’s velocity increases by 2 mi/h every 1 s as the horse moves south. Since given acceleration is positive, you can say that its velocity increases 2mi/h every second. So, this is true
Q1 - re-admitting Southern states into the Union (ratify 13th amendment, reject secession, 10% of voters from 1860 pledge allegiance to US). His plan was to pardon Southern states that joined the rebelion against the government.
Q2- It abolished slavery. After the end of the American Civil War, this was the first of the three Reconstruction Amendments put into practice after being ratified by the majority of the states.
Q3- he violated the Tenure of Office Act (broke federal law by firing Secretary of War Edwin Stanton without senate approval). Even before that, since the assassination of Abraham Lincoln the tension between radical Republicans towards his policies had been established. Once Johnson started to act more assertively and tried to get more control over the government and expand his powers, he was impeached.
Q4- to gain Democratic support, Hayes agreed to support internal improvements for the South, appoint a Southerner to the Cabinet, and withdraw federal troops from the South. This way, Southern Democrats would acknowledge Hayes as President after meeting their demands.
Q5- Ending Reconstruction was a way for the government to cut expenses in a nation facing economic downturn because the North saw themselves as financing the military occupation of the South and relief programs like the Freedmen’s Bureau. The promises made weren't kept at the end, with no protection to black people on the South and no connection between Texas and the Pacific, just the removal of the Northern troops.
Q6- place political, economic, and social limits on Black people in the South—control relations between White Southerners and newly freed slaves. It was made to still have control over black people's lives and propagate discrimination against them, making them accept terrible conditions on working, living and socializing.
Q7 - A Radical Republican majority Congress overturned any of President Johnson’s vetoes to enact harsher regulations on the South. This was a way of punishing the former Confederates and to have more control over their development as a lack of trust after the Civil War.
Q8- one of its biggest areas of success was basic education, in order for the former slaves to find their lost relatives after the war. It was the first program to ever work involving public, equal education to all people. The Southern whites were strongly against it.
Q9- the Freedmen's Bureau (Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands). This was an agency that was part of the United States Department of War to help these people that suffered the most during the Civil War.
Q10- the Klu Klux Klan, a far-right resistance group that tried to spread hatred and racial supremacy of whites above blacks and their supporters.
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