Natural law refers to a body of principles and rules imposed on individuals by some extra-human power. An example of this is tje fat that in the past kings were believed to have a right to their crown because of some divine right gave them by God, and so everyone had to adapt to those pricniples without possibilities of change.
This question is missing the options. I've found them online. They are the following:
[...]The information provided in the scenario supports the prediction that ________.
A. Eric's in-group will remain a reference group for Judith permanently
B. Judith will develop low trust propensity toward Eric
C. Judith will have lower levels of identification-based trust with Eric compared to other trainees
D. Judith will become a part of Eric's in-group in the marketing division
E. Joshua, Doug, and Carl will display low trust propensity in Judith
The information provided in the scenario supports the prediction that D. Judith will become a part of Eric's in-group in the marketing division
Eric, Joshua, Doug, and Carl form an ingroup, which can be defined as a small and, in a sense, exclusive group of people who share the same interests or identity. <u>Judy is new in the company, but she seems to have a positive view of this ingroup. She sees them spending time together, but she also sees them working hard. Since Eric has been treating her well and showing he trusts her work and opinion, and since they respect each other, the best prediction is that Judy will become a part of the ingroup.</u>
The implied powers are not expressly stated in the Constitution, but are reasonably suggested, or implied by, the expressed powers. The inherent powers belong to the National Government because it is the government of a sovereign state within the world community.