Select the best for the question. 17. Which is the best use of commas in a series?

Select the best answer for the question.
17. Which is the best use of commas in a series?
A. Tommy’s favorite games are, tag hide and seek and capture the flag.
O B. Tommy’s favorite games are tag, hide and seek, and capture the flag.
O C. Tommy’s favorite games are tag, hide and seek and capture the flag.
O D. Tommy’s favorite games are tag, hide, and seek, and capture, the flag.
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Viruses often cause illness in humans. Some common viruses include those that cause chicken pox, the flu and the common cold.

Viruses often cause illness in humans. Some common viruses include those that cause chicken pox, the flu and the common cold. Some viruses may be latent, or dormant, for some time before they are reactivated. When we are infected with a virus, our bodies produce blood proteins called antibodies. The antibodies bind with and counteract that specific virus. Once the virus has gone away, the antibodies remain in your system, so you can’t become infected with the exact same virus strain again. However, viruses are very smart. They can quickly mutate into a slightly different version of themselves. That means you can get sick with a cold over and over again.

Which of these statements explains why you can get the flu more than once in your life?

A) Once they are in your system, flu antibodies mutate andyeinfect you over and over.
B. Once you become infected with the flu virus, you will cycle through periods of sickness and health for the rest of your life.

C. Antibodies slowly lose their power over time.

D. The flu virus can mutate, and the flu antibodies in your system are ineffective against new virus strains.

Spiritual connectedness appears to be associated with high levels of ________ quality of life, which is the physical, psychological, social,

Spiritual connectedness appears to be associated with high levels of _________ quality of life, which is the physical, psychological, social, and spiritual aspects of a persons daily experience.

ANSWER:   HEALTH-RELATED

What are the components of health?

Health can be considered as an overall state of well-being, which includes different aspects associated with wellness such as emotional, physical and mental health.

An IT security analyst conducts a process of risk identification and assessment using NIST’s Managing Information Security Risk

An IT security analyst conducts a process of risk identification and assessment using NIST’s Managing Information Security Risk principles as a guide.

Which function sets an overall goal for the degree of risk tolerated and demarcates responsibilities?

ANSWER: The function that sets an overall goal for the degree of risk tolerated as well as demarcation of responsibilities when NIST’s Managing Information Security Risk principles is been used is Risk Framing.

What is Risk Framing?

Risk framing is the set of assumptions, constraints, risk tolerances, and priorities/trade-offs that shape an organization’s approach for managing risk.