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Is the scene of the signing of the constitution a primary or secondary?
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Asked in US Constitution
When was Scene at the Signing of the Constitution of the United States created?
Asked in Forensic Science
Can there be more than one crime scene?
Yes, there is the primary crime scene and the secondary crime scene. For example, if a body was found in a trash can but there is no evidence that the person was killed there then it means the person was killed somewhere else. The primary crime scene is where the person was killed and the secondary crime scene is where the body was dumped.
Asked in Publishing, Newspapers and Magazines
Is a newspaper a primary source?
Yes and no. Though widely debated, a newspaper is both a primary source and a secondary source since it contains firsthand information, but was written later by an individual who was not at the scene. -- Actually, it could be. If the newspaper author was at the scene of the event then it is a primary source. You can know that by if it says the author was at the scene within the article.
Asked in Academic Writing, Statistics, Literacy
How different the primary source of data on secondary source?
Asked in Literacy
What are the limitations of primary source and secondary source?
The limitations of a primary source is that the witness of the scene, may have his or her own interpretation of the event. He or she may also forget the informations of the event. The limitations of the secondary source is that the author of the secondary source may change the information found in the event. answered by: EAEB14
Explain the difference between a primary crime scene and a secondary crime scene?
Is a ad in a magazine primary or secondary information?
well, an ad isn't typically a source of information. if you mean an article in a magazine, then it is secondary info. primary is things that are evidence, and directly from the scene, like (but not limited to) artifacts or diaries. a secondary source is information pulled from primary sources by someone else, like articles, books, videos, etc. (but i think videos taken directly of an incedent are still considered primary sources).
Asked in A Christmas Carol
What is the beginning setting in the book A Christmas Carol?
Asked in Emergency Preparedness, Survival Tips
What is the official Emergency action plan for finding an injured person?
Scene Survey: Here you take control of the scene and find out what happened before helping any casualties. Primary Survey: Here you assess each casualty for life-threatening injuries or illnesses and give life-saving first aid. Secondary Survey: During this step the first aider performs a more thorough check for injuries and illnesses that were not revealed in the primary survey. Ongoing Casualty Care: Here you stay with the casualty until medical help arrives and takes over.
Asked in Data Storage Devices, US Army
A secondary explosive device has been spotted what is the best way to proceed?
Asked in US Constitution
How does the Constitution solve the problem when a major US city is the scene of domestic violence and many people in the state are in danger?
Asked in History
What sort of evidence are historical letters?
They are referred to as primary sources as they were written by someone on the scene so to speak. A secondary source would, for instance, be a book written examining a group of letters making inferences from them. A tertiary source would be an essay written from the book without reference to the letters themselves. The difference can be described sort of as below: Primary source: I saw a black cat with a big white spot yesterday. Signed, your friend Sue. Secondary source: Some black cats were thought to have spots, letters refer to cats with spots. By Prof. A. N. Other. Tertiary source: Prof. A N. Other reports that all black cats have spots.
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Do Mormons place mangers on Christmas?
Asked in Romeo and Juliet
How many acts in Romeo and Juliet?
There is : Act 1 scene 1 Act 1 scene 2 Act 1 scene 3 Act 1 scene 4 Act 1 scene 5 Act 2 scene 1 Act 2 scene 2 Act 2 scene 3 Act 2 scene 4 Act 2 scene 5 Act 2 scene 6 Act 3 scene 1 Act 3 scene 2 Act 3 scene 3 Act 3 scene 4 Act 3 scene 5 Act 4 scene 1 Act 4 scene 2 Act 4 scene 3 Act 4 scene 4 Act 4 scene 5 Act 5 scene 1 Act 5 scene 2 Act 5 scene 3 x meikaah
Asked in Academic Writing, The Difference Between
What is the difference between primary and secondary sources?
A primary source is information from the actual time, place or event. In addition to eyewitness accounts, routinely compiled records also count as primary sources. A secondary source is information that has been analyzed by someone, or rewritten, or evaluated, like information from a textbook or article. Gossip (that is repeated later information, often distorted or garbled) has no value at all as evidence. A primary source is material produced by someone who was at the scene, event, or occurrence. These may be letters, drawings, paintings, objects, photos, or video. A secondary source is a later report or discussion or a textbook. Both primary and secondary sources can be altered to favor a certain point of view, so should be used with caution. School textbooks, encyclopedia articles and the like are generally compilations of several secondary sources and are therefore tertiary sources. Let's imagine I want to know what you had for breakfast this morning. There are a number of ways I could find out. For instance I could ask one of your friends or I could ask a relative. The information I gained as a result may well be true. However, if your friend wasn't there at the time their information might be wrong. If I choose to believe that person I'm accepting a secondary source. What can I do to make sure that the data I get is as accurate as it possibly can be? Obviously I need to ask YOU what you ate for breakfast. You are my primary source for that information. Likewise if I want to know when the Second World War ended I'd do better to speak to someone who actually heard Attlee's or Stalin's or Truman's declaration than to ask my friend who sits next to me and who was born decades later. But suppose I want to know about the life of Anne Boleyn. Bearing in mind there's no one alive who knew her back in the 16th century I can't go to her or any of her friends and ask them directly. Any book written about her at the actual time would be considered a primary source, likewise something that belonged to her -- the closer it is to her the better.
Where was the signing of the book Harry Potter and the order of Phoenix?
Asked in William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet
What act and scene is The dying scene of romeo and Juliet?