Donna Chou

City: Wayne, Pennsylvania
University: The University of the Arts

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SAT College Board Practice Test 6 Vocabulary

profundity the quality of being profound; depth quixotic extravagantly chivalrous or romantic; visionary, impractical, or impracticable agnostic a person who denies or doubts the possibility of ultimate knowledge in some area of study venality the condition or quality of being venal; openness to bribery or corruption trite characterized by hackneyed expressions, ideas, etc adroit expert […]

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Chapter 6 Psychology Persuasive Essay

Receptor cells for our sense of ___ reproduce themselves every week or two taste Which theory suggests that large-fiber activity in the spinal cord can prevent pain signals from reaching the brain gate-control theory Evidence that some cones are especially sensitive to red light, others to green light, and still other to blue light is […]

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FAM

Are you a Fellowcraft Mason? I am, try me. By what will you be tried? By the Square. Why by the Square? Because it is one of the principal working tools of my profession. What is a square? An angle of ninety degrees, or the one-fourth part of a circle. What makes you a Fellowcraft […]

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Choosing a Leader – The Electoral College

What best describes a faithless elector? An elector who does not vote for the person who won the state’s popular vote Who counts the Electoral College vote? Senate The Supreme Court decision Bush v. Gore involved a dispute over vote-counting in which state? Florida

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Essay about Multiple choice questions

This song was composed in 1899 maple leaf rag This song was composed in 1908 the unanswered question This song was composed in 1912 columbine This song was composed in 1913 the rite of spring This song was composed in 1927 finale, from concertino for the harp and orchestra This song was composed in 1930 […]

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AP Psychology Review

ablation removal or destruction of brain tissue in a surgical procedure absolute threshold intensity level at which one can detect a stimulus 50% of the time accommodation the process of modifying a schema to account for new information; the process of the eyes lens changing shape in order to focus on distant or near objects […]

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Chem Practice Final Questions

A brief statement summarizing many observations of a physical phenomenon is called a a. scientific theory b. hypothesis c. fact d. law of nature D The evaluation of societal risk includes all of the components of individual risk plus a. the probability that an incident will occur b. the degree of severity of the incident […]

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Biology Chapter 53

Population is a group of individuals of a single species living in the same general area Density number of individuals per unit area or volume Dispersion is the pattern of spacing among individuals within the boundaries of the population Mark-recapture method to estimate the size of wildlife populations Immigration the influx of new individuals from […]

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AP Gov Policy Making Study Stacks

Domestic Policy Administrative decisions related to all issues and activity within a nation’s borders. LBJ’s \”War On Crime\” Johnson’s commission that was created to study causes of crime and then come up with solutions to those causes. Gun Control Refers to laws that regulate the manufacturing, selling, transfer, modification, and possession, or use of firearms. […]

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MLT Study Guide #1

Hematology the study of blood Average adult has how much blood? About 5-6 liters (8-12 pints) When blood is centrifuges what happens? It seperates into two distinct portions plasma & cells About 45% is cellular or formed elements called? RBCs, WBCs, and platelets RBCs Contain hemoglobin which carries oxygen to tissues WBCs defend against foreign […]

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21.4 Leaves

What are the two main parts of leaves? The blade and the petiole. What are properties of the blade? They are usually broad and flat. What does the blade do? It collects sunlight for the plant. What does the dermal tissue secrete/produce? It secretes.produces a waxy water resistant coating (cuticles) Where does the leaf \”end\”? […]

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A&P Chapter 1 – Topic 2: T The Body’s Levels of Organization: Recognize anatomical and physiological terms

Objective 1: List the characteristics common to all living things Organization – exhibition of complex structure and order. Metabolism – the sum of all chemical reactions that occur within a given body. A. anabolism – small molecules join to form larger ones. B. catabolism – large molecules and broken down from larger to smaller Growth […]

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OB

An ethically healthy climate ________. exists where employees confront a minimal degree of ambiguity regarding what constitutes right and wrong behaviors Situations where an individual is required to define right and wrong conduct are termed ________. Ethical dilemas Today’s managers and employees must learn to cope with temporariness, flexibility, spontaneity, and unpredictability. True ________ is […]

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Physical science NC’s released form

Why does a flat piece of notebook paper take longer to reach the ground than an identical piece of notebook paper crumpled into a ball? Because the frictional force of air has more effect on the falling flat piece of paper. why does the weight of an object change with increasing elevation on earth? Because […]

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history Chapter 9 essay questions

use examples of human welfare indicators to distinguish between relatively developed and less developed countries People are healthier in MDCs than in LDCs. the health of the population is influenced by diet. On average people in MDC receive more calories and proteins daily then they need compared to LDCs in Africa and Asia, most people […]

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Flowers for Algernon

title Flowers For Algernon author Daniel Keyes narrator of the book? Charlie Gordon, a mentally disabled man who undergoes experimental surgery to increase his intelligence what tense is the book written in? Past; Charlie is always writing about the days he has just lived through. Charlie experiences numerous flashbacks to his childhood, which are usually […]

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English. Quiz One: Invention, Arrangement, Drafting and Revising, Editing and Proofreading

invention during ____, you decide what to write about and gather information to support or explain what you want to say. arrangement during __, you decide how you are going to organize your ideas. drafting and revising during ___ and ____, you write several drafts as you reconsider your ideas and refine your style and […]

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Conservatism vs Liberalism Essay Outline

Conservatism example 1 France under Louis XVIII after napoleon Conservatism example 2 France under Charles X- tried to dissolve the chamber, censor the press, and narrow voting rights Conservatism example 3 Austria ruled by Metternich- Carlsbad decrees…used all means of police, spies, censorship, and travel restrictions Conservatism example 4 Austria’s domination over Sicily revolts Conservatism […]

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English 170: Chapter 1: Essay Writing Basics

5 pre-writing steps? 1. pre-writing 2. find support 3.organize 4. compose 5. revise/edit Thesis Statement -main point of essay -what you want to prove -at end of intro -generalization that is applicable to whole essay Freewriting -pre-writing technique -write on a topic without editing Questioning -pre-writing technique -list questions about the topic Brainstorming -pre-writing technique […]

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The Industrial Revolution Essays

Explain the 3 factors that led to the Industrial Revolution. Was any 1 factor more important than the other two? Explain. – The 1st factor that led to the Industrial Revolution os the Agricultural Revolution – New techniques in farming , including the enclosure movement and crop rotation – New inventions like the seed drill […]

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Gender Roles Research Paper

Boys Don’t Cry: Boys and Sexism in Education details the stereotypes and gender based biases that young boys endure when going to school. It addresses the idea of sexism taught to children in a subconscious fight to keep gender roles fluent. (Summary) Askew, Sue, and Carol Ross. Boys Don’t Cry: Boys and Sexism in Education. […]

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Composition II : Chapter 3 & 4

The six types of arguments found in writing. 1. Obvious. 2. Extreme. 3. Hidden. 4. Unconscious. 5. Exploratory. 6. Objective. An argument with two different sides, where the author’s purpose is to take a position and convince others. Obvious argument. An argument where the author holds fast to prejudiced beliefs and stereotypes and aims to […]

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