Kenneth Wheeler

City: The Dalles, Washington
University: University of Washington Bothell

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A & P I Lab – WS 3

reagent A chemical agent used to bring about a chemical reaction (color change) enzyme any of several complex proteins that are produced by cells and act as catalysts in specific biochemical reactions Benedict’s Test tests for presents of reducing sugars (monosaccharides and disaccharides); reagent must be boiled to make the color change (aprox 15 mins); […]

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Typing – Part 2

True A word processor is used to produce letters and résumés. True The file name of the current document is displayed in the title bar. True Typed text is placed at the insertion point. True The Enter key should only be used to end a paragraph. True Word contains an AutoCorrect feature that automatically corrects […]

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chapter 10 vocabulary

money Anything generally accepted in exchange for goods and services medium of exchange Anything that is used to determine value during the exchange of goods and services barter The direct exchange of one good for another, without the use of money unit of account A means for comparing the values of goods and services store […]

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IHMO Chapter 7 T/F

false presently, most health care organizations send the majority of their claims on paper false it is not important for health insurance specialist to understand how to complete a paper claim false the AMA was named in the administrative simplification of the HIPPA of 1996b as the authoritative voice regarding national standard content for submission […]

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Computers. Chapter 6

E-book reader A dedicated, mobile device for storing and displaying e-books and other electronic media including electronic newspapers and magazines. toggle A keyboard key, like Caps Lock, that turns a feature on or off is called a _______ key. photoelectric cells Bar code readers use _______ embedded in them to read bar codes. Thumb Keyboards […]

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chapter 6 living with art

1. What medium did artist Shahzia Sikander use to create 1, from 51 Ways of Looking, 2004? After reading about this work did you look at it again, with more interest because of the details you learned? Why or why not? pencil on paper. 2. Thanks to what habit of Picasso’s do we have an […]

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BCA Unit A excel

True Tools on the Page Layout tab include a Page Setup group, where you can adjust print orientation, paper size, and page breaks False An excel workbook has the file extension .xml. True You are in edit mode any time you are entering or changing the contents of a cell False When the paper orientation […]

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ECON CH 14

What monetary standard does our money system currently follow? Inconvertible Fiat ***** To be successful, money must be _____ -Portable -Durable -Divisible -Limited in Supply ***** Fraudulent banks that printed large amounts of currency in remote areas to make the redemption of their currency difficult were known as _______ Banks Wildcat Banks ***** A special […]

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Chapter 13- Current Liabilities and Contingencies

The most common type of liability is: A. One that comes into existence due to a loss contingency. B. One that must be estimated. C. One that comes into existence due to a gain contingency. D. One to be paid in cash and for which the amount and timing are known. D. One to be […]

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The Jane Schaffer Writing Program

What is an essay A piece of writing that gives your thoughts (concrete details and commentary) about a subject. All formal essays include the following paragraphs: introduction, body paragraph(s), conclusion. the different types of essays are also known as modes of Discourse, \”modes\” meaning \”a method\” and \”discourse\” meaning \”conversation\” (a a method of conversation […]

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Part A Which type of symmetry does each of the following animals display?

Answer: Asymmetry: Sponge Radial Symmetry: Jelly, Hydra Bilateral: Turtle, Snake, Bobcat, Octopus

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Which revision should be made to these instructions to make them more effective?

Answer: D. making each Announcement a Control by Starting each sentence with an action verb Recource 21st-Century Skills: Exploring Procedural Texts

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Which of the following would be considered a limited resource in the lower depths of the ocean?

Answer: b. sunlight Recource Environmental Science Cumulative Exam 1

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Which of the following is considered a quality downgrade in raw poultry?

Answer: broken bones Recource FOS3042 Cumulative Final

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which of the following groups contain three elements with stable electron configurations

Answer: Helium, xenon, neon Recource Physical Science Test 2 Review

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Which aspect of culture tends to decrease rates of conformity?

Answer: high levels of societal dependence Recource Psychology 10

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We know little about the music of very ancient civilizations because

Answer: very little notated music has survived from these cultures Recource Music Appreciation EXTRA: Musical Texture, Symphonic Bands And Orchestras, Woodwind Instrument

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Unconsciously mimicking those around us is known as

Answer: the chameleon effect Recource Psychology: Unit 5 Module 36

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Figurative Language

Answer: This goes beyond the literal meanings of words to create special effects or feelings.

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Motor behavior includes three subdisciplines.

Answer: Motor control, motor development, motor learning

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Researcher in pharmaceutical company designs new protease inhibitor that inhibits replication of HIV in T lymphocytes in culture

Which of following findings is most likely to indicate that compound is working specifically as protease inhibitor? Answer: Lack of a mature core. – “-navir”; assembly of visions depends on HIV protease (pol gene) which cleaves polypeptide products of HIV mRNA into function parts; protease inhibitors prevent maturation of new viruses. 199

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In which of the following situations would Koch’s postulates be utilized?

A) determination of the cause of a patient’s illness in a hospital microbiology lab B) development of a new antibiotic in a pharmaceutical lab C) whenever the scientific method is used to investigate a microbiological problem D) formulation of a vaccine against a new pathogen in a genetic engineering lab E) determination of the cause […]

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