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Often asked: Why do countries have borders?

What is the purpose of borders? Borders are political boundaries. They separate countries, states, provinces, counties, cities, and towns. A border outlines the area that a particular governing body controls. The government of a region can only create and enforce laws within its borders. Why are borders created? These lines, more often called borders, are created by people to separate areas governed by different groups. Sometimes, political boundaries follow physical boundaries, but most of the time you can’t see them.…

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Why do we use apa format?

What is APA format and why is it used? APA Style, or American Psychological Association, is the standard format for almost all social science research fields. It was designed to standardize scientific writing. Citation helps the author avoid plagiarism and the serious consequences that come alone with it. Why is APA formatting used? Why Use APA? Aside from simplifying the work of editors by having everyone use the same format for a given publication, using APA Style makes it easier…

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Why puerto rico is broke?

How did Puerto Rico get into debt? Beginning with Christopher Columbus’s arrival on the island in 1493, Spain colonized Puerto Rico. At the end of the Spanish–American War in 1898, Puerto Rico was ceded to the United States. The United States then refused to pay the colony’s creditors, asserting they held odious debt. What is the major cause of poverty in Puerto Rico? Puerto Rico continues to be in need of help, with unemployment and debt at an all time…

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FAQ: Why do orangutans have cheek pads?

Why do orangutans have throat sacs? Male-male competition for access to sexually receptive females is a major factor in orangutan adaptation. Flanged adult males use their pendulous laryngeal sacs as a resonating chamber for the “long call,” parts of which sound like a loud roar. Sometimes the sound of a long call can carry for almost a mile. Why do orangutans cover their heads? In the wild, orangutans use tools such as sticks to extract insects and honey to eat.…

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Question: Why is the great basin important?

What is unique about the Great Basin? Random Facts About Great Basin The larger Great Basin ecosystem is a 200,000 square mile area that drains inward. All precipitation in this region evaporates, sinks underground, or flows into lakes. No water reaches the ocean. Great Basin National Park has some of the darkest night skies in the United States. What is the main reason the Great Basin region is mostly desert? The Great Basin Desert exists because of the “rainshadow effect”…

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