Enviornment The scientific theory that variations in trace components of the atmosphere, primarily carbon dioxide, can greatly influence the heat of the Earth’s surface is known as? Answer: The Greenhouse Effect
Consumer Rights The government has programs that help people with incomes below a certain level. One of these programs, known now by the acronym SNAP, issues coupons which can be exchanged for groceries at authorized stores. What are these benefits called? Answer: Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program; “food stamps”
Technology If you find that your profile has been altered, what should you ask the company that runs the site to do? Answer: Take down the profile; restore the previous profile
Personal Finance If your name is misspelled on the front of a check, how should you endorse it? Answer: Sign it twice; once with the misspelling and once with the correct spelling
Health and Safety While you are driving down a road, the car tends to drift to one side. To keep the car straight, you must keep the steering wheel firmly in position. What is a possible cause of this problem? Answer: All of the cars tires do not have the same air pressure; the wheels are ...
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Consumer Rights & Responsibilities If your identity has been stolen, name one of the several steps you should take immediately. Answer:Place a fraudalert on your credit reports; review your credit reports; close any accounts you know or believe have been tampered with; file a police report in the community where the identity theft took place; ...
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Technology Software downloaded to fix or update a computer program is best know by what term? Answer: A patch
Personal Finance Public services such as parks and police officers are generally funded by what? Answer: Taxes
Health and Safety What is the first thing you should do if you are stung by a bee? Answer: Remove the stinger
Environment At what temperature does liquid water change into water vapor? Answer: 212 degrees Fahrenheit; 100 degrees Celsius