Clarence Louder

City: Fresno, California
University: California State University, Monterey Bay

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chapter 24: sexually transmitted diseases and hiv/aids

asymptomatic showing no symptoms or only mild symptoms that disappear after the onset of an infection transmit to send from one person or place to another sexually transmitted diseases diseases that spread from person to person through sexual contact sexually transmitted infections another name for sexually transmitted diseases Identify two factors that cause STDs and […]

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College Readiness Reading ; Bridging the Gap College Reading 12th edition Chapter 1 Vocabulary

surcharge an additional charge or tax surface uppermost or top layer surfeit overindulgence surmise to guess or infer surveillance to watch over someone or something surplus an amount greater than needed subsequent following or occurring later subservient excessively submissive subsidiary secondary or subordinate substantiate to establish by proof subvert to overthrow something; ruin subsistence supporting […]

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New SAT College Board Practice Test 2

envinced showed clearly lynx a type of wildcat sentinels Guards who watch over someone or something inexorable Relentless inflexible; unyielding Impossible to stop or prevent retrains to train again cognitive having to do with knowing or perceiving related to the mental processes; the mental process of knowing involving mental intellectual activity welter Confused mass or […]

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poli chap 15

prenomination campaign the political season in which candidates for president begin to explore the possibility of running by attempting to raise money and garner support After a new president is selected, potential candidates begin to consider and prepare for the next election in four years. invisible primary the competition among candidates seeking the party nomination […]

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Exceptional Children, Chapter 15

Adulthood is expressed by autonomy, membership, and change Adults express autonomy by self-sufficiency, self determination and completeness Adults express membership in the form of connectedness with the community, citizenship activities, and affiliations Adulthood is characterized by change: moving to a new community, going back to school, taking a new job, watching old friends move away […]

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Chapter 1 & 2 & 3 & 4

Some economic studies have shown that mandatory seat belt laws do not lead to a reduction in traffic fatalities. True. The slope of a straight line is always equal to either 1.0 or -1.0. False. In the textbook, economics is defined as the science of scarcity. True. The branch of economics that studies the decisions […]

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Ch. 10 Psychology

social psychology looks at behavior and mental processes but also includes the social world in which we exist, as we are surrounded by others to whom we are connected and by whom we are influenced in many ways social influence the process through which the real or implied presence of others can directly or indirectly […]

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Bstat chapter 2

A stem-and-leaf display is a graphical portrayal of a data set that shows the data set’s overall pattern of variation. true The relative frequency is the frequency of a class divided by the total number of measurements. true A bar chart is a graphic that can be used to depict qualitative data true Stem-and-leaf displays […]

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Introduction to sociology midterm exam

In a controlled experiment high correlations prove that a change in one variable has caused a change in another variable. • True • False false A student research team asks all students on campus to complete and mail back a survey that questions them about their sexual practices. Based on all of the responses that […]

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FTCE English 6-12 Practice Test 1

The English language is described as a living language because it changes due to growth and decay. In a living language, words are added and others cease to exist. English has changed over time due to historical influences, new science and medical discoveries and modifications in social attitudes. Romantic poets feel that isolation and alienation […]

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AP Psych Unit 2

A researcher who publishes the results of a case study might be most worried about violating which ethical principle of human experimentation confidentiality Why is replication important to science? Repeated research with similar results increases confidence in the reliability of the original findings. A correlation coefficient is a measure of the According to Emily’s grandfather, […]

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ism4011midterm

1. When buyer power is low, supplier power is typically ______. A. Identical. B. High. C. Low. D. Unstable. b 2. How does the text recommend that a company operate if it wants to be successful in the information age? A. Functionally independent between departments. B. Interdependently between departments. C. Together as one department with […]

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Chapter 10 Assessment

The normal stimulus to breathe is stimulated by the chemoreceptors that measure the change of what two​ gases? A. Low hydrogen and high carbon monoxide B. High hydrogen and low carbon dioxide C. High carbon dioxide and low oxygen D. High carbon monoxide and low oxygen C Which of the following is necessary to deliver […]

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Foundations of Business

According to Thoreau, why did he write Walden? To tell his neighbors Why does Thoreau believe \”the mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation\”? living paycheck to paycheck. only have enough money to get by until the next paycheck. Because people live outside their means What does Thoreau consider to be the \”gross necessaries\” […]

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Science: Natural Resources

Natural Resource part of the environment that are useful or necessary for the survival of living things renewable resource any natural resource that is constantly recycled or replaced by nature nonrenewable resource natural resources that are used faster than they can be replaced fossil fuel most of the energy you use comes from these. They […]

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Court Cases

Gitlow v. New York 1925: established the use of the 14 amendment with the states and the \”bad tendency test\” or preferred position doctrine where the speech could be restricted in it led to a illegal action Tinker v. Des Moines 1969: Students in Iowa were suspended for wearing black armbands protesting the war in […]

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"New Directions"

she is a real person \”New Directions\” is a narrative essay. What does this tell us about Annie Johnson? firm purpose What quality does Maya Angelou most admire about Annie Johnson? dishonest In \”New Directions\” what is a word that best describes Annie Johnson’s husband? she is testing her strength why does Annie Johnson carry […]

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The Outsiders Chapter 1-12 Note-Taking/Summarizing/Comp. Questions

Chapter 1 Ch 1. – Setting Outside Movie Theater & Ponyboy’s Neighborhood Ch 1. Action Summary (Plot) & Characters Involved -Ponyboy gets jumped by a group of Socs -is saved by his friends-the greasers on the East Side Ch 1. – Important Things to Remember -Ponyboy, Sodapop, and Darry are brothers -Socs are the Greasers’ […]

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English Readings (Exam 2)

The Bogus \”Science\” of Secondhand Smoke Author: Gio Batta Gori Main Argument: >It is impossible to calculate the exposure to secondhand smoke people experience since it \”requires knowing the sum of momentary secondhand smoke doses that nonsmokers have internalized over their lifetimes.\” The inaccuracy of measurement: >The information provided about secondhand smoke is not trustworthy […]

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Five Nights At Freddy’s 1-4

Balloon Boy A little boy. He holds balloons in one hand and a sign in the other. If he is in your room, your flashlight will be disabled. Golden Freddy ( FNAF 1 ) An aged Freddy suit but is colored gold. To summon him, you must look at camera 2-B. There is a poster […]

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AP Euro Research Paper!: Domestic Abuse In Europe Versus Middle East

Topic Outline Topic Outline: Domestic Abuse In Europe Versus Middle East I. Intro II. Causes/Motivations for abuse III. Domestic abuse in Europe IV. Domestic Abuse In the Middle East V Solutions to fix and end domestic abuse VI. Conclusion Unicef page 2, II. Causes/Motivations for abuse Definition of Domestic Abuse: Unicef considers the definition violence […]

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quiz 22: federalist paper origins

who were the 3 authors of the federalist papers? – James Madison – Alexander Hamilton – John Jay how many papers were written in total? 85 who wrote federalists paper #1? Alexander Hamilton who wrote federalists papers #2 #3 #4 and #5? John Jay who wrote 29 papers in total? James Madison who wrote 51 […]

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