Jessica Forbes

City: Littleton, Colorado
University: English Language Center, University of Denver

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Physics Chapter 24 (MC+FR)

The source of all magnetism is A) tiny domains of aligned atoms B) tiny pieces of iron C) ferromagnetic materials D) moving electric charge E) none of the above D – moving electric charge Like kinds of magnetic poles repel while unlike kinds of magnetic poles A) may attract or repel B) repel also C) […]

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Chapter 2: Jesus of History-Christ of Faith

The Gospels Reveal the meaning and significance of Jesus for the people of his time The Catholic church bases its teachings and practices On church Tradition and the Christian Scriptures The Resurrection Absolutely central to the Christian faith Gentile Non-Jewish person Messiah ‘The Anointed One’ Mark First Gospel Luke A Gentile doctor who was also […]

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Practice exam questions – 1

The micro-skills hierarchy provides Demonstration that alternative settings require different counselling skills. Interviewing is a critical skill for which of the following professions? Counsellors and psychologists Non-attention is useful for: Shifting clients away from negative topics. Memories studied via brain scans reveal: False memories activate different parts of the brain than true memories. Which are […]

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United States History Unit 3

Invented the telephone Alexander Graham Bell Head of the Tammy Hall Machine William Tweed Founder of Standard Oil Rockefeller Author of A Century of Dishonor Helen Hunt Jackson Candidate who gave the \”Cross of Gold\” speech William Jennings Discoverer of the Cornstock Lode silver Deposit John Mackey President nicknames for \”His Fraudulence\” Rutherford B Haze […]

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US History: Chapter 21

Plessy v. Ferguson the Louisiana law did not violate the 14th Amendment 3 ways WWII help set the stage for the civil rights movement – the demand for soldiers due to shortage of white male soldiers – the termination of discriminatory policies in within the army – civil rights organizations actively campaigned for African American […]

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AP Art History – Byzantium

The Christian Roman Empire (no picture) 324: Constantine founded Constantinople on the site of ancient Byzantium. 395: When Theodosius (who in 380 established Christianity as the state religion) died, imperial power passed to sons: Arcadius Emperor of the East, and Honorius Emperor of the West. Empire was divided as century earlier Diocletians When Visgoths (Germanic […]

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AP World History Unit 2-3 Vocabulary

Age Grade An age group into which children were placed in Bantu societies of early sub-Saharan Africa; children within the age grade were given responsibilities and privileges suitable for their age and in this manner were prepared for adult responsibilities Austronesian A branch of languages originating in Oceania Bantu-Speaking Peoples Name given to a group […]

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ATI Musculoskeletal System

…wear elastic socks on both legs until I am discharged.\” A client has been admitted to the orthopedic floor to have a right total knee arthroplasty performed. Which of the following statements demonstrates to the nurse that the client understands the preoperative teaching? \”I will… ..help the client use the trapeze to pull himself up […]

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World History Chapter 13 Vocabulary

Charlemagne King of the Franks who conquered much of Western Europe, great patron of leterature and learning Papal States A region around Rome that was captured from the Lombards by Pepin the Short and given to the pope. counts French law court officials. navigation The guidance of ships or airplanes from place to place. sagas […]

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Psychology Objective Chapter 7

Those working in the interdisciplinary field called_____study the brain activity associated with perception, thinking, memory, and language. cognitive neuroscience What are the mind’s two tracks, and what is \”dual processing\”? Our mind has separate conscious and unconscious tracks that perform dual processing—organizing and interpreting information simultaneously. What is the place of consciousness in psychology’s history? […]

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AP World History Unit 6 Test Review

Outcomes of revolution in Guatemala violence, political instability, military repression, foreign intervention, failure Economy of Communist Cuba dependent on financial support of Soviets, failed industrialization & sugar production Liberation theology Catholic theology& socialist principles, stressed social equality Characteristics of military regimes in Latin America more organized, philosophy of being above political parties (ended in 1980’s), […]

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U.S. history Reconstruction

Thirteenth amendment abolished slavery Freedmen’s Bureau Organization run by the army to care for and protect southern Blacks after the Civil War Oliver Howard Union general who headed the Freedmen’s Bureau Presidential Reconstruction was the President’s idea of reconstruction : all states had to end slavery, states had to declare that their secession was illegal, […]

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Chapter 20 AP World History Vocabulary

Polygyny A polygamous mating system involving one male and many females. Obeah A religious belief of African origin involving witchcraft and sorcery was practiced in parts of the West Indies and tropical Americas. Middle Passage A voyage that brought enslaved Africans across the Atlantic Ocean to North America and the West Indies. Nzinga Mvemba King […]

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Sociology test 3

Wealth inclusive term encompassing all a person’s material assets Income salaries and wages Stratification structured ranking of entire groups of people that perpetuates unequal economic rewards and power in a society Social inequality Situation where members of society have different amounts of wealth, prestige, or power Ascribed status social position assigned to person by society […]

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Partnership with Patients: Building a History

need to do good for the patient. In issues surrounding ethical decision making, beneficence refers to the: nonmaleficence. The term denoting the caregiver’s need to do no harm to the patient is: deontologic imperatives. The duties of care providers established by tradition, and within the context of culture, are known as: Inform the patient of […]

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AP World History Religion Study Guide

Abraham The first patriarch in the Bible. Abraham was asked by God to sacrifice his son, Isaac, and was regarded for being prepared to do so. He is considered by Jewish people as the father of the Israelites through his son Isaac, and by Muslims as the father of Arab peoples through his son Ishmael […]

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AP World History Chapter 19 (Strayer) Critical Essay

Social Darwinism 1800-1914 : An application of the concept of \”survival of the fittest\” to human history in the nineteenth century. Taiping Uprising 1800-1914 : Massive Chinese rebellion that devastated much of the country between 1850 and 1864; it was based on the millenarian teachings of Hong Xiuquan Opium Wars 1800-1914 : Two wars fought […]

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Health Assessment Ch 4

The purpose of the complete health history to collect subjective data Critical characteristics used to explore each symptom the patient identifies. 1. location- ask the pt. to point to the location 2. character or quality- specific descriptive terms 3.Quantity or severity- qualify the sign or symptom 4.Timing- onset, duration, frequency 5. Setting- where were you […]

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75 Important Dates for AP World History

Neolithic Agricultural Revolution ~8,000 BCE Rise of Mesopotamian Civilization ~3500 BCE Rise of Egyptian Civilization ~3100 BCE Rise of Indus Valley Civilization ~2600 BCE King Hammurabi Created Law Code ~1775 BCE Rise of Shang Dynasty 1750 BCE Rise of Zhou Dynasty 1027 BCE Rise of La Venta (Olmecs) and Chavin Civilization 900 BCE Life of […]

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U.S History Jeopardy Game

harriest beecher stowe Author of the 1852 slave narrative Novel \”Uncle Tom’s Cabin\”. popular sovereignty Literal meaning of \”the peoples’ authority\”, this idea was applied to the slavery question for new territories after 1850. John Brown This man led an 1859 attack on the federal armory at Harper’s Ferry and is often called \”The Meteor\” […]

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AP Art History Pacific Pictures

Navigation chart. Marshall Islands, Micronesia. 19th to early 20th century C.E. Wood and fiber. N: Navigation Chart D: 19th century date collected: 1890-1893 collected P: micronesia and were used by the Marshallese A: Marshall Islands Inhabitants Pa: unknown OL: Marshall Islands M: vertical and horizontal and diagonal wooden sticks, cowrie and small shells, and coconut […]

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AP World History Vocabulary for Chapter 9-11

Charlemagne King of Franks; emperor. through a series of military conquests he established the Carolingian Empire, which encompassed all of Gawl and parts of Germany and Italy. Though illiterate himself, he sponsored a brief intellectual revival., King of the Franks (r. 768-814); emperor (r. 800-814). Through a series of military conquests he established the Carolingian […]

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