Daphne Armenta

City: Lodi, California
University: International College of Cosmetology

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Biology 121 Lecture Chapter 54 "Population Ecology"

The study of the Laceta vivipara lizard showed that _____. The low-elevation Netherlands population was intermediate for fecundity and survivorship when compared with other populations What is fecundity? The actual reproductive rate of an organism or population, measured by the number of gametes (eggs), seed set, or asexual propagules Which processes increase a population’s size? […]

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Chapter 11: Social Psychology

Person Perception refers to processes by which we use social stimuli to form impressions of others Fundamental attriubution error When people explain behavior based on personality instead of situation Attraction Proximity Similarity Acquaintance Social comparison comparing your thoughts, feelings, behavior, abilities to other people Attitudes evaluations of people’s behaviors, beliefs, Aggression social behavior that involves […]

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The Alchemist: Part 1 (Questions)

Who is Santiago? a shepherd boy What is strange about Santiago’s dream? he had the same dream repeatedly of a young child bringing he to Egypt to show him treasure but he wakes up before the dream ends Where is Santiago going? to the merchants shop to get his sheep sheared for their wool to […]

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Care Case Study (1)- HTN

Pt BP 189/110, LDL 200mg/dl. Pt asks student nurse if he should be concerned about BP. How should student respond? Please sit quietly for a few minutes. I need to recheck BP Pt-lost weight recently, stress, goes drinking, mother with DM, HTN, smokes and drinks 4-5 cups coffee/day Alcohol consumption-strongly associated with HTN Student nurse […]

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MCM Study Guide

In Acts 2:14-41; Acts 17; and I Cor. 15, which of the following did the Apostles Peter and Paul utilize before their audiences in support of their truth claims about Jesus the Messiah? (select all that apply) appeal to the Hebrew (Old Testament) Scripture identification with or empathy for their audiences/listeners reasoning/arguments enthusiasm or conviction […]

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Economic Concepts and Choices

Traditional economy What involves making economic choices based on customs? command economy What involves having the government make most economic decisions? Market economy What is based mainly on individual choice? little disagreement over economic goals What is an advantage of traditional economy? Does not ensure maximum productivity What is a disadvantage of a traditional economy? […]

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PSY 1010 Exam 2

Developmental psychologists study physical, cognitive, and ________ changes throughout the human life span. Social One of the three major concerns of developmental psychology involves a focus on continuity and stages A preference for our mother’s voice over our father’s voice has been detected as early as the day after birth. Babies are born with several […]

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algebra 2 topic test 2 vocabulary

random sample all members of the population are equally likely to be chosen normal distribution has data that vary randomly from the mean percentiles the value below which a percentage of data falls measures of variation describes how the data in a data set are spread out sample a part of a population outlier a […]

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CWV quiz (unit 6)

Briefly list the ten commandments. How do the first four commandments differ from the last six? • You shall have no other Gods before me • You shall not make or worship idols • You shall not use the Lord’s name in vain • Keep the Sabbath day holy • Honor your father and mother […]

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Peds Assessment: Handwriting, Ayres

Development of prewriting and handwriting in young children a. Age 10-12 mo: Scribbles on paper. b. Age 2 yr: Imitates horizontal, vertical, and circular marks. c. Age 3 yr: Copies a vertical line, horizontal line, and circle. d. Ages 4-5 yr: Copies a cross, right oblique line, square, left diagonal line, left oblique cross, some […]

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Douglass Paper Questions

In parts of Maryland, slave mothers were customarily separated from their babies. To Frederick Bailey, why was this done? Frederick Bailey did not know why it was done unless to \”hinder the development of the child’s affection toward its mother, and to blunt and destroy the batural affection of the mother for the child\” (42) […]

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Lorenzo’s Oil Video

What symptoms of the disease first appeared? disturbed, wild behavior-throwing things around What medical tests were done to assess Lorenzo’s condition? Cat scan, EKG, eye tests, hearing test What does the doctor first tell Mr. and Mrs. Odone after Lorenzo is diagnosed with ALD? die within 2 years, error in metabolism that only affects males […]

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MDA Chapter 35 Notes

1940s The first dental handpiece was introduced in the: Dental handpiece The most frequently used device in restorative dentistry is the: Low-speed This handpiece operates at 10,000 to 30,000 rpm. Low-speed The handpiece that can operate both forward and backward and can be used with a variety of attachments: Prophylaxis angle This attaches to the […]

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2016 SAT Essay Analysis ed9s

2016 SAT Essay Analysis by Eddie March 17, 2015 Quoting relevant content, explain how the writer supports his claims using data (facts and statistics), reasoning, examples, history, anecdotes, personal experiences, etc. and makes use of language to achieve the writer’s desired effect. Most important is finding the author’s main point. The author values darkness and […]

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Division and Classification

division and classification are mental processes that often work together. divide -when you divide, you separate something (a college, a city) into sections (departments, neighborhoods). -when you divide, you move downward from a concept to the subunits of that concept classify -when you classify, you place examples of something (restaurants, jobs) into categories or classes […]

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The Crime and We Real Cool questions

Whom or what is Beerbohm satirizing? Himself and self importance. What clues does BeerBohm give you that helped you discern that his tone is humorous? When he attributes human qualities in everything in the story. For example the furniture was unpleasant towads him, and the fire was taunting him, and the book refused to die. […]

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AP Language and Composition Classical Oration

Classical Oration Structure lines up the structure of the orations with different rhetorical appeals to increase its effectiveness; created by Roman lawyer Cicero; six parts Part 1 – Exordium the speaker/writer tries to win the attention and goodwill of an audience while introducing a subject or problem; appeal to ethos Part 2 – Narratio the […]

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Rhetorical Devices (esp. for the new SAT)

adage a familiar proverb or wise saying allegory a literary work in which characters, objects, or actions represent abstractions allusion a reference to something literary, mythological, or historical that the author assumes the reader will recognize analogy a comparison of two different things that are similar in some way anaphora the repetition of words or […]

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Essay Speech

Introduction I’m going to be talking about 4 different essay types. The styles are Narrative, Descriptive, Cause/Effect, and Compare/Contrast. There are sample essays for each type as well. (switch slides) Narrative writing tells a story with events that are in an orderly and logical sequence. The structure for the essay should be a introduction with […]

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Art paper mache

China Where paper mache originated Chewed paper What paper mache means Victorian era 1700-1800 The era that paper mache took off in Furniture Paper mache was used for items like this Liquid starch Water, flour, salt, glue, and this was the recipe for paper mache Subtractive sculpture Sculpture in which materials are taken away Totem […]

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Chapter 48 – ECK paper, Electrodes & Leads, and Standard Leads

electrocardiograph paper is heat sensitive and pressure sensitive ECG graph paper has horizontal and vertical lines that measure at 1-mm intervals time the horizontal lines on the paper represent amplitude the vertical lives on the paper represent 1-mm on each side one small square measures 5-mm on each side every fifth line, both vertical and […]

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Paper 2 – Abnormal Psychology

To what extent do biological factors influence abnormal behavior? (Teuting)- Depression and serotonin study Participants were asked to provide a urine sample; the findings concluded that there were significantly lower serotonin levels in patients diagnosed with depression. (Kendler) et.al – Twin Study Aim: Whether genetics can affect bulimia or anxiety disorders Method: 2000 women with […]

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