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Identify at least two additional dynamics of a hostage situation that are present when a terrorist o
Identify at least two additional dynamics of a hostage situation that are present when a terrorist o
Identify at least two additional dynamics of a hostage situation that are present when a terrorist organization is involved. Evaluate and discuss the impact that these additional dynamics can have on the negotiation and resolution process.
Other   itsjaws   796   Asked 3 years ago
Can someone explain how to find virulence, recovery rate, and transmission rate?
Can someone explain how to find virulence, recovery rate, and transmission rate?
I'm reviewing rates for models of infectious diseases and as part of my homework I need to find virulence, recovery rate, and transmission rate. However, I can't find sources that explain them. Most give the symbol in an equation like threshold density or net reproductive rate without explaining how these variables are found.

Total population = 120,000
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Environmental and Conservation Biology   genomal   1005   Asked 3 years ago
RCMAS, STAIC, and FSSC-R are all _______ in adolescents and children.
RCMAS, STAIC, and FSSC-R are all _______ in adolescents and children.
RCMAS, STAIC, and FSSC-R are all _______ in adolescents and children.
A. instruments for assessing anxiety disorders
B. tests to determine aggression levels
C. common emotional disorders
D. research organizations specializing
Psychology   ssyc0101   1415   Asked 3 years ago
What happens during refracoriness and musclar activity
What happens during refracoriness and musclar activity
also why the response to the second shock is larger than the first
Anatomy and Physiology   Racio   667   Asked 3 years ago
List all 6 movements that can occur at the shoulder joint and name the prime mover(s) of each:
List all 6 movements that can occur at the shoulder joint and name the prime mover(s) of each:
List all 6 movements that can occur at the shoulder joint and name the prime mover(s) of each:

Also what are the antagonist of the above?
Anatomy and Physiology   CRodriquez09   741   Asked 3 years ago
Internalizing problems- MC Questions- 413813
Internalizing problems- MC Questions- 413813
11. Which of the following is true regarding depression?
A. In children and youth, bouts of depression are related more to genetics than environment.
B. In adolescents, bouts of depression are more related to genetics than environment.
C. In childhood, bouts of depression are more related to genetics than environment.
D. In adults, bouts of depression are related
Psychology   ssyc0101   1001   Asked 3 years ago
Which of the following is true regarding a functional behavioral assessment (FBA
Which of the following is true regarding a functional behavioral assessment (FBA
Which of the following is true regarding a functional behavioral assessment (FBA)?

A. The FBA was developed to analyze why a behavior exists.
B. The use of FBA has been discouraged by the American Psychologists’ Association.
C. An FBA assesses the degree to which a behavior exists.
D. An FBA is norms-based.

The individual who was initially credit
Psychology   ssyc0101   986   Asked 3 years ago
Let's say we read this to a Sasha: "Brooks is faster than Darren, and Darren is
Let's say we read this to a Sasha: "Brooks is faster than Darren, and Darren is
Let's say we read this to a Sasha: "Brooks is faster than Darren, and Darren is faster than Chad.  Who is faster, Brooks or Chad?"  If Sasha guesses at the answer or responds. "I can't tell," she is likely in the
Genetics and Developmental Biology   ChelsLou   605   Asked 3 years ago
Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid-Base Balance: Acid-Base Homeostatsis
Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid-Base Balance: Acid-Base Homeostatsis
7. With metabolic alkalosis, show what happens to the following:
   a. __lower____ Plasma pH
   b. ______ (Left or right) shift
   c. ______ Bicarbonate levels
   d. ___decreases___ Respiratory rate
   e. ______ Renal excretion of bicarbonate
Anatomy and Physiology   tinkgreen98   703   Asked 3 years ago
What is the Differences Between Organisms and Artifacts?
What is the Differences Between Organisms and Artifacts?
Bhakti Niskama Shanta (2015) Life and consciousness – The Vedāntic view,Communicative & Integrative Biology, 8:5, e1085138, DOI: 10.1080/19420889.2015.1085138
Referencing Help   bns   1172   Asked 3 years ago
Choose the correct statement;
Choose the correct statement;
A)LSD may be used for unequal sample size
B)Scheffe test may be used for unequal sample size
C)Scheffe test may be used for equal sample size
D)LSD and Scheffe test may be used for equal sample size
Other   Subhash warade   755   Asked 3 years ago
Does decreased cardiac amount mean accumulation of blood to tissues/cells?
Does decreased cardiac amount mean accumulation of blood to tissues/cells?
I'm trying to understand cardiac output.
So, to my knowledge, decreased cardiac output = less blood being ejected by the heart/ventricles per minute, right?

What does that mean, specifically? Does that mean more blood is accumulated somewhere else? Like in the tissues/cells..lungs?

If blood is accumulated somewhere else...for example the kidneys ..doe
Anatomy and Physiology   aartistc   573   Asked 3 years ago
Bloodcoagulation-cascade, is factor IX a required part of the external path?
Bloodcoagulation-cascade, is factor IX a required part of the external path?
Been reading Linne och Ringsrud 7th edition. Scanned relevant paragraphs. Cannot grasp this, the book seems contradictory regarding factor IX in the external path.

I've scanned two paragraphs and two images from the book chronologically. Book says:
Quote
Factor VII is activated to its VIIa form in the presence of ionized calcium (factor IV) and tissue th
General Biology   north3rner   736   Asked 3 years ago
Design an experiment you could carry out to test the hypothesis that changing the catalyst will not
Design an experiment you could carry out to test the hypothesis that changing the catalyst will not
Design an experiment you could carry out to test the hypothesis that changing the catalyst will not affect the production of biodiesel.
Chemistry   biochicka   1058   Asked 3 years ago
How much biceps muscle force is required?
How much biceps muscle force is required?
How much biceps muscle force is required to accelerate the mass 30rads/s2 if the moment of inertia for the forearm, hand and mass combined is 0.16kg.m2?
Physics   alexhascodex   1652   Asked 3 years ago
Discuss prosopagnosia help
Discuss prosopagnosia help
Discuss prosopagnosia, emphasizing theoretical issues about the condition and relevant evidence. For example, what exactly may be going wrong in prosopagnosia? What does the evidence suggest?
Psychology   dajones82   788   Asked 3 years ago
Explain why regular liming of land is an important farming operation in many countries?
Explain why regular liming of land is an important farming operation in many countries?
Explain why regular liming of land is an important farming operation in many
countries?

2- Outline the chemical exchanges that would occur in the soil between the lime,
soil colloids and soil solution


Thank you Slight Smile Slight Smile Slight Smile
Environmental and Conservation Biology   miss biology 93   2842   Asked 3 years ago
What is recent proposed use for many reservations
What is recent proposed use for many reservations
What is recent proposed use for many reservations
Economics   a299bjr   1234   Asked 3 years ago
For a given atom, will the spectral lines be at different wavelengths?
For a given atom, will the spectral lines be at different wavelengths?
For a given atom, will the spectral lines be at different wavelengths depending on whether you are viewing an emission spectrum or an absorption spectrum?  Explain why or why not. (Hint:  click between absorption and emission, do the emission lines and the absorption lines appear in the same place..........Also if anyone can point me to some resources on this I would be so
Physics   bluefade   1138   Asked 3 years ago
The following table shows the water content of three soil samples.
The following table shows the water content of three soil samples.
(ii) The following table shows the water content of three soil samples.
1.   What is the percentage of available water in sample A?
2.   Which sample would be the most suitable for a crop suffering a drought during the growing season?
3.   Which sample would be the most suitable for a crop growing during a wet spring?


Soil Sample   % Water at Field Capacity   &
Environmental and Conservation Biology   miss biology 93   1077   Asked 3 years ago
Second degree Diophantine
Second degree Diophantine
Can you prove: there exist, for every positive integer n, positive integers a, b, such that n = (a + b^2) / (a^2 + b)?
Mathematics   brogine   1198   Asked 3 years ago
What are embryonic plants
What are embryonic plants
I understand the term embryonic refers to the reproductive system of a plant, dosnt that make all plants embryonic, or are there certain crops that are exclusively considered embryonic? If this is true I would assume embryonic plants are plants such as grains and legumes. If this is true give me an example of a plant exclusively considered embryonic thats not a legume or grain.
General Biology   d9esco   569   Asked 3 years ago
Draw a life cycle diagram for this population. Indicate all possible transitions
Draw a life cycle diagram for this population. Indicate all possible transitions
Details of the question:
. You have studied a population of abalone. You decide to divide the individuals into four classes: larvae, small, medium, and large. In any given year, a larva has a 70% chance of settling and becoming a small abalone (otherwise it dies); 60% of small abalones remain in the small class, 15% grow into the medium size class, and none grow all the way fr
Environmental and Conservation Biology   superstar12345   903   Asked 3 years ago
An outbreak of an unidentified bacteria has occurred in a remote village. You ha
An outbreak of an unidentified bacteria has occurred in a remote village. You ha
An outbreak of an unidentified bacteria has occurred in a remote village. You have been
selected to travel on the investigative medical team as the microbiologist. You are
allowed to take 80 pounds of equipment. Your plane can only carry 80 pounds of
equipment per person so going over the weight limit is not an option or your plane will
crash and everyone will su
General Biology   bi 234   367   Asked 3 years ago
Tyrosine kinase and blood pressure regulation
Tyrosine kinase and blood pressure regulation
I am having trouble answering this question for my physiology homework:

Using cell culture models, how would one determine the role of tyrosine kinases on blood pressure regulation?

And what are some of the possible limits to this study?


Thanks!
Genetics and Developmental Biology   jessicawcu   405   Asked 3 years ago
Suppose a photograph were made of a person's face using only a few photons. Woul
Suppose a photograph were made of a person's face using only a few photons. Woul
Suppose a photograph were made of a person's face using only a few photons. Would the result be simply a very faint image of the face
Physics   yuema   3620   Asked 4 years ago
A 42 year old male with no major health issues to date has seen a 17 pound gain in weight over the l
A 42 year old male with no major health issues to date has seen a 17 pound gain in weight over the l
You are seeing a new patient: A 42 year old male with no major health issues to date has seen a 17 pound gain in weight over the last month. He has been eating from a “fast-food” restaurant regularly and is feeling lethargic. Physical examination indicates muscle weakness. Laboratory results indicate an enlarged liver with excessive glycogen granules and high levels of fat (abnormal
Other   rtttt   716   Asked 4 years ago
List muscles which must work to:
List muscles which must work to:
Imagine you are watching the RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL ROCKETTES. They are known worldwide for their synchronized high kicks while standing in a single file line across the stage from left to right. List the muscles which must work to:

A. Flex the right thigh on the right hip; while at the same time flexing the right leg on the right thigh?

B. Now which muscles mus
Other   schwab921   431   Asked 4 years ago
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