Brad Bledsoe

City: Jackson, Mississippi
University: Mississippi Institute of Aesthetics Nails & Cosmetology

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Vocabulary 2: English 4 College Prep

collaborate – (v) to work together on a project; cooperate in an effort despondent – (adj) downhearted; hopeless; overwhelmed with stress detriment – (n) something that causes damage, harm, or loss dexterous – (adj) skillful in using the hands or body discretion – (n) good judgement or tact in action or speaking facetious – (adj) […]

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WGU Intro to Probability and Statistics

Population The entire group that is the target of interest, not just people. Eg, \”the population of 1 bedroom apartments\” Sample A subgroup of the population. Eg, \”the 1 bedroom apartments with dishwashers.\” Steps in the statistics process 1. PRODUCE DATA (by studying a sample of the population) 2. EXPLORATORY DATA ANALYSIS (Summarize data.) 3. […]

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The Crucible Act III Study Questions

What evidence of Martha Corey’s witchcraft is the court considering. She tells fortunes. According to Giles Corey, what is Thomas Putnams purpose n prompting the witch trials Putnam is \”reaching out for land\” to the people that are being hung From his actions and statements, what can you conclude about Judge Danforth He thinks he […]

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Geometry Regents Review

Collinear Points points that lie on the same line complementary angles have a sum of 90 degrees supplementary angles have a sum of 180 degrees exterior angle theorem in a triangle; two interior angles equal the opposite exterior angle (x+y=z) centroid in a triangle; intersection of medians, (2x+x=3x) orthocenter in a triangle; intersection of altitudes […]

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Alabama Boating Basics Study Guide

Four classes of motorboats *class A *class 1 *class 2 *class 3 planning hulls ride on top of the water allowing the boat to travel at a higher speed utility and jon boats are very small and light weight, therefore very tippy (D) all of the above outward motors most motorboats are powered by.. (the […]

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Psychology 150

Trepanning In ancient times holes were cut in an ill person;s head to let out evil spirits in a process called Hippocrates Believed that mental illness came frim an imbalance in the body’s four humors Psychopathology The study of abnormal behavior is called Psychoanalytical Disorder A pattern of behavior that causes people significant distress, causes […]

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10 amendments study guide

1st Amendment •The 1st Amendment guarantees freedom of religion, speech, the press, assembly, and petition. •This means that we all have the right to: •practice any religion we want to •to speak freely •to assemble (meet) •to address the government (petition) •to publish newspapers, TV, radio, Internet (press) 2nd Amendment The 2nd Amendment protects the […]

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Topic 13 Interpreting Geologic History Vocabulary

inclusion Body of older rock within igneous rock extrusion Lava flows on the Earth’s surface and solidifies volcanic ash Consisting of sand sized and clay sized particles of extrusive igneous rocks shot into the air intrusion Magma squeezes into preexisting rocks and crystallizes absolute age Actual age of the rock or an event in years […]

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Paper Wishes Vocabulary

wavefire a sunset without any clouds boxscape to be trapped winooze to overcome a tough opponent toximble a person carrying a disease novanoid a shooting star that can’t be seen dropperclarity to learn from the past chillaid cautious – to be careful bamboozled Tricked or cheated bronea harmful medicine shot into brain glebacious cocky – […]

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IB Biology SL Nature of Science + Option: Ecology paper 3

Discovery of Cyclins Tim Hunt and Joan Ruderman were studying gene expression in early embryos. While doing so they found three proteins that varied in concentrations at different times of the cell cycle. These were eventually called cyclins. This illustrates that scientists must always be observant, to spot unplanned and surprising discoveries. This example of […]

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Assessment Chapter 15 Neurologic System

Sensory: Smell reception and interpretation Olfactory (CNI) Sensory: Visual acuity and visual fields Optic (CNII) Motor: Raise eyelids, most extraocular movements Parasympathetic: Pupillary constriction, change lens shape Oculomotor (CNIII) Motor: Downward, inward eye movement Trochlear (CNIV) Motor: Jaw opening and clenching, chewing and mastication Sensory: Sensation to cornea, iris, lacrimal glands, conjunctiva, eyelids, forehead, nose, […]

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Plant nutrition

Photosynthesis How plants make their own food – requires sunlight -requires water & nutrients Autotrophic able to make their own food and eat it (most plants can) Problems: Nutrients – Heat (ericaceous -Fungas -Symboitic -orchids -myccorhizae • Some habitats are nutrient-poor – Bogs are one of them • In a true bog nutrients only come […]

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English 1301 Chapter 10

Another word for a \”How to\” paper is a process analysis Contrary to the rules of writing most essays, one type of process paper can include the pronoun you Which of the following is NOT a question which you should answer when writing a process? Which steps can I exclude because they are obvious to […]

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Photosynthesis Lab Questions

Pigment Lab-What is the formula for Rf value? Draw out an example of a chromatography paper result and explain. Divide the distance the pigment traveled by the distance the solvent traveled. Pigment Lab-What 2 properties determine how far a pigment will travel in paper chromatography? How would you determine each property if given the structure […]

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USMLE step 1 Rash dx

Rash begins at head and moves down; postauricular lmphadenopathy. pda Rubella Virus (german measles) Rash begins at head and moves down. Rash is preceded by cough, coryza, conjunctivitis, and blue-white spots on the buccal mucosa, blue centers on errythemous rash, he pathognomonic sign is the bright red and centrally white lesions on the buccal mucosa, […]

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How to Make a Paper Box – Origami

origami the Japanese art of folding paper into shapes that look like birds, animals, etc. unfold to straighten out from a folded position center middle square a shape with four edges upwards from a lower place or level to a higher place or level opposite located at the other end, side, or corner of something […]

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per 101

College is important today because all of the above Due to new technologies and the information explosion Both A & C A college degree \”levels the playing field\” because c. Both A & B Correct Critical thinking means c. to look for evidence before forming a personal opinion. Correct The most important skill you’ll need […]

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ECON 7&11

Describe the five characteristics of pure competition a. large number of buyers and sellers exist b. same products c. each buyer and seller acts independently d. buyers and sellers know about the product e. buyers and sellers are free to enter into, conduct, or get out of business Explain the main characteristics of the monopolistic […]

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Thoracic Trauma

Angle of Louis Junction of the manubrium and sternal body. Identifies 2nd intercostal space. Pulmonary Hilum Where pulmonary arteries enter and pulmonary veins exit and is the lung’s sole fixation point in the thoracic cage. Apneustic center Located in pons turns off inspiration. Pneumotaxic center Located in upper pons moderates activity in apneustic center and […]

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Business Law Commercial Paper Chapter 29

Commercial Paper Unconditional written orders or promises to pay money Draft or Bill of Exchange An unconditional written order by one person that directs another person to pay money to a third party. Drawer The person who executes or \”draws\” the draft or orders the payment Drawee The person ordered to pay the draft. Payee […]

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1939 White Paper:

created by who? British what did it follow? an unsuccessful Anglo-Arab-Jewish conference in London in February 1939 it came as a shock to… zionists it stated \”His Majesty’s Government therefore now declare unequivocally that it is not part of their policy that Palestine should become a Jewish state.\” document declared that Jewish immigration was to […]

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Computer Vocab

The rate at which bits are transferred from place to another in a given amount of time. _______ is typically measured in bits per second (bps), kilobit per second (Kbps), and megabits per second (Mbps). Bitrate A _______ is a unit of data storage. One _____ is eight binary bits (a series of eight zeroes […]

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