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Test-Bank and Note Requests   Guest   51   One day ago
[Free] - Evolve Case Study: Chronic Kidney Disease
[Free] - Evolve Case Study: Chronic Kidney Disease
Meet the Client: Louellen Sanderson
Louellen Sanderson is a 58-year-old female with a long history of diabetes mellitus and hypertension. She has experienced renal insufficiency for the last two years. Her current medications include a diuretic and an oral hypoglycemic agent. She reports to the nurse at the clinic that she has lost her appetite and is very fatigued. She adds th
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Campbell Biology in Focus 3e - [Medium]
Campbell Biology in Focus 3e - [Medium]
Textbook Title: Campbell Biology in Focus 3e

Author(s): Kathleen Fitzpatrick and Nicole Tunbridge, Simon Fraser University Copyright

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Test-Bank and Note Requests   wjazo   137   biolove   A week ago
Kid's Candy Challenge
Kid's Candy Challenge
Referring to following video, I would like to know on what challenge is within brain.

Dad told kid not to eat candy and wait
Kid understands in mind not to eat, but internal nerve system keeps giving positive feedback to eat.

The first kid does not eat, but second one eat, what make them difference in control mindset?

Does anyone have any sugge
News Articles and Discussion   oemBiology   223   tjax417   A week ago
How to interpret the boxplot data?
How to interpret the boxplot data?
Dear all,
I have an assignment to interpret this boxplot.



This is boxplot was created by using wing spot size and wing area size in drosophila's wing (D. biarmipes).
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Becker’s World Of The Cell, 9th Edition Test Bank - [Emergency]
Becker’s World Of The Cell, 9th Edition Test Bank - [Emergency]
Textbook Title: Becker’s World Of The Cell, 9th Edition Test Bank

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Test-Bank and Note Requests   wh2stle   231   biolove   3 weeks ago
Outgroup role in relative rate test
Outgroup role in relative rate test
Recently I've bumped into a research concerning molecular clocks and I'm really struggling with understanding the way relative rate test works, specifically the role of "outgroup sequence" in it, I don't understand the way outgroup helps with determining whether molecular clocks of two compared species are the same. If I get the way clock works correctly, we
Curiosity Questions   Funny Walrus   323   2   bio_man   4 weeks ago
human anatomy& physiology - [Emergency]
human anatomy& physiology - [Emergency]
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Test-Bank and Note Requests   anoukela_80   114   biolove   4 weeks ago
Educational Research - [High]
Educational Research - [High]
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Test-Bank and Note Requests   Guest   96   biolove   A month ago
When dependent variables are well matched with the real number system,
When dependent variables are well matched with the real number system,
When dependent variables are well matched with the real number system,
A) more powerful statistical tests can be used to analyze the data.
B) less powerful statistical tests must be used to analyze the data.
C) statistical tests become meaningless.
D) interpretation of the results becomes more difficult.
Referencing Help   Cremeux   180   4   Mya Mya   A month ago
Generating novel groupings and labels to describe these groupings best exemplifies the benefit of us
Generating novel groupings and labels to describe these groupings best exemplifies the benefit of us
Generating novel groupings and labels to describe these groupings best exemplifies the benefit of using the Concept Development model to:
A) promote active hands-on learning.
B) help students acknowledge prior knowledge.
C) aid student expression.
D) help students exercise creative thinking.
Teaching and Learning Strategies   Bort   441   7   Samantha Villegas   A month ago
All of the following are appropriate roles of test proctors EXCEPT:
All of the following are appropriate roles of test proctors EXCEPT:
All of the following are appropriate roles of test proctors EXCEPT:
A) Orally read test directions and items aloud to students (on tests not evaluating reading skills)
B) Delivering on-task and focusing prompts when necessary
C) Ensuring students record answers in the correct spaces
D) Edit student responses before submitting
Teaching and Learning Strategies   我爱生物学   277   5   Holly Samm   A month ago
Calculate the average biomass per 100 m2 (10m x 10m plot) for the three plots. Thus average biomass
Calculate the average biomass per 100 m2 (10m x 10m plot) for the three plots. Thus average biomass
I need some serious help with this lab....


(a.) Calculate the average biomass per 100 m2  (10m x 10m plot) for the three plots. Thus average biomass per 100 m2 = ____________ kg/100 m2
(Hint: add the total biomass for each of the 3 plots and then divide by 3)

(b.) For this question, convert biomass per m2 to biomass per acre. Since 1 acre = 404
Introductory Courses   mgarr147   9927   12   laurentaylor24   A month ago
What was the context in which the Concept Development model was conceived?
What was the context in which the Concept Development model was conceived?
What was the context in which the Concept Development model was conceived?
Teaching and Learning Strategies   Bort   131   4   Rb Banaag   A month ago
What is usually the major contributor to error variance?
What is usually the major contributor to error variance?
What is usually the major contributor to error variance?
A) group size
B) unreliable measurement
C) individual differences
D) high means
Referencing Help   Cremeux   384   4   Bridgett Herrera   A month ago
Medical doctors versus Ph.D.
Medical doctors versus Ph.D.
Most of use know the difference between a medical doctor and a person with a doctoral degree - the highest level of degree awarded by a university.

Some Ph.D.'s insist they be addressed as "Doctor", though many of us find it strange (or silly) because we've grown up associating that word with somebody qualified to give people medical trea
News Articles and Discussion   bio_man   1333   habiba   A month ago
IDEAL is an acronym for a problem solving system that calls for
IDEAL is an acronym for a problem solving system that calls for
IDEAL is an acronym for a problem solving system that calls for
A) identifying, defining, exploring, acting, and listing
B) identifying, defining, exploring, acting, and looking
C) identifying, defining, explaining, acting, and looking
D) none of the above
Teaching and Learning Strategies   oldbones   136   4   Allyson Atanasio   A month ago
Pediatric Nursing Care - [Emergency]
Pediatric Nursing Care - [Emergency]
Textbook Title: Pediatric Nursing Care

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Which of the following are NOT steps in using dialoguing to problem-solve alternatives to ...
Which of the following are NOT steps in using dialoguing to problem-solve alternatives to ...
Which of the following are NOT steps in using dialoguing to problem-solve alternatives to inappropriate behaviors?
A) Helping students reevaluate the situation to identify the real issues and difficulties
B) Meeting with students to discover their view of a situation or issue
C) Phrasing the issues in the students words
D) None of the above
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Teaching and Learning Strategies   我爱生物学   589   14   Abby Perkins   A month ago
Obtaining "nose prints" on glass in an art exhibit was a clever and ________ way to measure ________
Obtaining "nose prints" on glass in an art exhibit was a clever and ________ way to measure ________
Obtaining "nose prints" on glass in an art exhibit was a clever and ________ way to measure ________.
A) obtrusive; interest in art
B) unobtrusive; interest in art
C) archival; patrons' height
D) unobtrusive; patrons' height
Referencing Help   Cremeux   157   5   Komalpreet Kaur2   A month ago
Case-study research is of a higher level of constraint than naturalistic observation because
Case-study research is of a higher level of constraint than naturalistic observation because
Case-study research is of a higher level of constraint than naturalistic observation because
A) humans rather than animals are being studied.
B) the researcher intervenes with the participant's functioning.
C) case-study research is always carried out in a lab.
D) Both A and C.
Referencing Help   Cremeux   253   5   Bridgett Herrera   A month ago
The text asserts that all of the following relationships exist between teacher and learner in ...
The text asserts that all of the following relationships exist between teacher and learner in ...
The text asserts that all of the following relationships exist between teacher and learner in self-directed learning EXCEPT
A) the goal is for teachers to assume less responsibility
B) classroom conversations are a central piece
C) classroom dialogue is used to affirm the teacher's authority
D) students internalize the meaning of the material
Teaching and Learning Strategies   oldbones   244   4   aarredondo   A month ago
Error variance is another name for
Error variance is another name for
Error variance is another name for
A) systematic between-groups variance.
B) experimental variance.
C) nonsystematic within-groups variance.
D) extraneous variance.
Referencing Help   Cremeux   474   4   Cait Baxter   A month ago
GEO 702 Technology and the Contemporary Environment Test
GEO 702 Technology and the Contemporary Environment Test
GEO 702 Technology and the Contemporary Environment Test
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Free Notes   cloveb   2221   31   funnycho92   A month ago
A theoretical approach to flying would involve
A theoretical approach to flying would involve
A theoretical approach to flying would involve
A) imitating bird behavior.
B) using existing knowledge and ideas.
C) risk-taking behavior.
D) the use of tenacity.
Referencing Help   Cremeux   259   4   Daniela Driver   A month ago
Ms. Sands' students find mathematics difficult. To prevent them from giving unreasonable answers, ...
Ms. Sands' students find mathematics difficult. To prevent them from giving unreasonable answers, ...
Ms. Sands' students find mathematics difficult. To prevent them from giving unreasonable answers, he encourages them to:
A) Estimate and check their answers
B) Give the first answers that enter their minds
C) Solve the problems before answering
D) None of the above
Teaching and Learning Strategies   我爱生物学   511   7   Jessica Daisy   A month ago
Anatomy and Physiology 13th Edition, Tortora & Derrickson - Test Bank
Anatomy and Physiology 13th Edition, Tortora & Derrickson - Test Bank
Package Title: Testbank
Course Title: pap14
Chapter Number: 22


Question type: Multiple Choice


1) Which of the following is NOT a function of the lymphatic and immune system?

a) Draining excess interstitial fluid
b) Maintaining water homeostasis in the body
c) Transporting dietary lipids
d) Carrying out immune res
Test Banks   Alexulane   7631   6   weeps   A month ago
Replication of research is made possible chiefly by
Replication of research is made possible chiefly by
Replication of research is made possible chiefly by
A) research grants.
B) the researcher's fervor.
C) good operational definitions of the variables.
D) sophisticated statistical procedures.
Referencing Help   Cremeux   243   4   Jalyme Hubbard   A month ago
The statement that there is no statistically significant difference between two population variances
The statement that there is no statistically significant difference between two population variances
The statement that there is no statistically significant difference between two population variances exemplifies a(n)
A) no-difference hypothesis.
B) null hypothesis.
C) no-difference theorem.
D) alternative hypothesis.
Referencing Help   Cremeux   199   5   Alli Hernandez   A month ago
Statistical procedures help to provide objectivity in the
Statistical procedures help to provide objectivity in the
Statistical procedures help to provide objectivity in the
A) interpretation of data.
B) measurement process.
C) observation process.
D) observation process and interpretation of data.
Referencing Help   Cremeux   255   4   ivette caceres   A month ago
"Now that we have covered the narrative form, are we ready to go on to expository ...
"Now that we have covered the narrative form, are we ready to go on to expository ...
"Now that we have covered the narrative form, are we ready to go on to expository writing?" is an example of a question written for the following purpose
A) allowing expression of affect
B) structuring and redirecting learning
C) managing
D) diagnosing and checking
Teaching and Learning Strategies   oldbones   417   4   Yen Martinez   A month ago
Which measure of variability COULD remain unchanged if one score in the sample decreased by 10 point
Which measure of variability COULD remain unchanged if one score in the sample decreased by 10 point
Which measure of variability COULD remain unchanged if one score in the sample decreased by 10 points?
A) range
B) variance
C) standard deviation
D) All of these measures would always change if one score were changed.
Referencing Help   Cremeux   397   4   Gerlie Guantero   A month ago
Which of the following represents data arranged on an ordinal scale of measurement?
Which of the following represents data arranged on an ordinal scale of measurement?
Which of the following represents data arranged on an ordinal scale of measurement?
A) ranking of color preferences in a human factors engineering study
B) total number of calories consumed on a weight reduction program
C) scores on an anxiety inventory
D) diagnostic categories such as diabetes, hypertension, and colitis
Referencing Help   Cremeux   305   4   Alexa Weiss   A month ago
[Notes] - Any information that can help me along TLMT353 & TLMT405
[Notes] - Any information that can help me along TLMT353 & TLMT405
I am taking TLMT 353 & TLMT 405 and it is not easy if anyone has any notes or other information that can help me out let me know.
Free Notes   Sirkngiht79   2819   11   kcsjoseph   A month ago
Which specific method of reading instruction involves students previewing appropriated leveled text, ...
Which specific method of reading instruction involves students previewing appropriated leveled text, ...
Which specific method of reading instruction involves students previewing appropriated leveled text, previewing prerequisite skills and vocabulary, and includes students reading and answering questions about the text in a small group setting?
A) Fernald Method
B) Balanced literacy approach
C) Orton-Gillingham Stillman method
D) Guided Reading
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Teaching and Learning Strategies   我爱生物学   944   17   canisius12   A month ago
Werner and Smith noted that between 50%-70% of extremely at-risk children
Werner and Smith noted that between 50%-70% of extremely at-risk children
Werner and Smith noted that between 50%-70% of extremely at-risk children
A) would not necessarily always be at-risk
B) are always going to be at-risk
C) were born into families with problems
D) needed to grow-up fast
Teaching and Learning Strategies   oldbones   479   6   Bethany Mueller   A month ago
Preventing Back Injuries and MSD MSI
Preventing Back Injuries and MSD MSI
1. The best way to prevent back injuries is to:
a. Let someone else do all the lifting
b. Only lift small boxes or objects
c. Develop habits that reduce the strain place on the back
d. Use a coach to guide you through proper lifting every time to lift something
Score:1 / 1
2. The best zone for lifting is:
a. In the storage room
b. Between your
Free Notes   habiba   169   marmur   A month ago
Control by preparation of laboratory setting primarily helps reduce threats to
Control by preparation of laboratory setting primarily helps reduce threats to
Control by preparation of laboratory setting primarily helps reduce threats to
A) external validity.
B) internal validity.
C) construct validity.
D) setting validity.
Referencing Help   Cremeux   246   4   Kelly Ickes   A month ago
[Video] - Can I switch the language?
[Video] - Can I switch the language?
Hi! Can I switch the language on this site?
How do I switch the language?
Free Notes   Natashiiklcrero   40   A month ago
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