Rae Jordan

City: Charlotte, North Carolina
University: College of the Albemarle

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College World History vocabulary: Chapters 1-4

Bantu Africans that lived in Nigeria but began a century long migration to Sub-Saharan Africa they were influential in speech. Isis Egyptian goddess of fertility, daughter of Geb, sister and wife of Osiris Herodotus Herodotus was a Greek historian. Lake Victoria One of the African Great Lakes. The lake was named after Queen Victoria from […]

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Columbia College Psychology 101 Quiz 6

A demand made on an organism to adapt is called Stress Lazarus found that daily hassles include all of the following Health issues, financial responsibility hassles and work hassles Rita is concerned about her job security and her ability to make her mortgage payments. These concerns can lead to Physical illness Mark is trying to […]

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The electoral college

what is the method of choosing the President and Vice-President electoral college How man electors are there in the college? 538 electoral total representatives in house and 3 for DC How many electoral votes must you have to become president and vice-president 270 If a majority of electoral votes are not received, how is the […]

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Biology 1 Cell Test Study Guide

Cell Theory 1) All organisms are composed of one or cells 2) The Cell is the basic unit of structure and function in an organism 3)All cells come from pre-existing cells Theodor Schwann Helped develop \”The Cell Theory\” Also, \”all ANIMALS are made of cells\” Rudolf Virchow Helped develop \”The Cell Theory\” his theory-All cells […]

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Chapters 2, 6, 11 Study Guide

Chapter 2 Studying Social life: Sociological Research Methods What do you call broad theoretical models of the social or natural world? Paradigms A paradigm shift is a major break in the assumptions that are used to understand the world. For social scientists, what causes a paradigm shift? Occur when new data forces new ways of […]

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psych ch12 quiz

The war in Iraq, the design of the ship Titanic, and the Challenger disaster are all given in the textbook as examples of: groupthink Research on conformity suggests that if a ____ response is required, ____ show more conformity than ____ public; women; men a person demanding _____ has power or authority to command a […]

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Chapter 9 Psychology Life Span Development

developmental psychology the study of age related changes in behavior, mental processes, and stages of growth from conception to death maturation the continuing influence of heredity throughout development -age related physical and behavioral changes characteristic of a species critical period a time of special sensitivity to specific types of learning which shapes the capacity for […]

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Chapter 7 psych

These are uncontrollable sleep attacks. narcolepsy. The simultaneous processing of information on many parallel tracks is most closely associated with: unconscious information processing. The term circadian rhythm refers to _____. a pattern of biological functioning that occurs on a roughly 24-hour schedule his sleep disorder is typified by pausing or shallowness of breathing. sleep apnea […]

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Symbolic Interactionism Exam 1

Symbolic Interactionism Places meaning, interaction and human agency at the centre of understanding social life. Classical Rationalism A fixed, ready-made, waiting to discover approach to society Pragmatism A dynamic, unfinished, always in the making approach to society. The use of words or gestures that call forth the same meanings to others Significant Symbols the person […]

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Section 4-1 Review The History of cell biology

Cell Smallest unit that can perform all life processes Cell Theory Theory that states that all living things are made up of one or more cells, that cells are the basic units of organisms One early piece of evidence supporting the cell theory was the observation that Cells come from other cells The scientists who […]

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GLY1102 Topic 18

______ refers to the upper opening of the temporal region of the skull. Supratemporal fenestra The metatarsals are the bones between tarsals and phalanges. True The scapula is the largest bone at the shoulder girdle. True _____ refers to the lower opening of temporal region of the skull. Inferior or lateral temporal fenestra _____ means […]

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paper minecraft CHEATS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mineing ores in paper minecraft USE A Demimonde Pike Armor Demimonde armor is the best houses Demimonde houses are the best Swords Demimonde Swords are the best Lava Go in to creative mode for lava

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AP Bio Chapter 20 Questions

1) Which enzyme was used to produce the molecule in Figure 20.1? A) ligase B) transcriptase C) a restriction enzyme D) RNA polymerase E) DNA polymerase C Assume that you are trying to insert a gene into a plasmid. Someone gives you a preparation of genomic DNA that has been cut with restriction enzyme X. […]

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FLOWB 3

What is the CRC and where is it located? -The CRC is Georgia Tech‛s Campus Recreation Center. -West Campus (750 Ferst Drive); located on Ferst Drive next to the Health Center. What amenities does the CRC have? -15,000 sq. ft. fitness center -Aquatic Center with 50-meter competition pool, diving well, and leisure pool with water […]

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English research essay words

research essay A piece of writing that after research, explores, interprets, and evaluates a specific topic. This website is a good resource for the research essay www.crisresearchguide.org writing prompt The question in to which the writer is \”prompted\” to research and respond with ideas and evidence in essay form. thesis The MAIN IDEA of the […]

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Grammar & Composition

Noun A word or word group that is used to name a person, a place, a thing, or an idea. Compound Noun Made up of two or more words used together as a single noun. like a derivitave. It is two words put together to make one word. E.g. toothpaste, seafood, onlooker. Common Noun Names […]

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ASA 101, Basic Keelboat Sailing

Hull The body of the boat Keel The weighted fin at the bottom of the boat Bow The front of the boat Stern The back of the boat Cockpit The space where the helmsman sits Rudder The fin used for steering Tiller The lever which we hold to steer a small boat Cabin The enclosed […]

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Article 9

Scope of Article 9 1) Security interests in personal property; 2) Sales of: a) accounts, b) chattel paper, c) payment intangibles, and d) promissory notes; 3) Consignments; 4) Agricultural Liens (priority and perfection, not formation); AND 5) Lease-purchase agreements. Exceptions from Article 9 1) Transactions governed by other state or federal laws. 2) Most transactions […]

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AP Biology Unit 6 Study Guide

Solute Potential -effect of solute concentration -Solute potential (Ψs) = −iCRT -i = number of particles the molecule will make in water -C = Molar concentration -R = Pressure constant = 0.0831 liter bar/mole K -T = Temperature in degrees Kelvin = 273 + °C -pure water at atmospheric pressure has a solute potential of […]

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acids, bases, & indicators

3 properties of acids tastes sour, can be harmful, reacts with metals to produce hydrogen gas 3 properties of bases tastes bitter, feels slippery, does not react with other metals what does corrosive mean? it \”eats away\” at materials what is an indicator? a compound that changes color when in comes in contact with an […]

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iGCSE Biology Paper 1

LEVELS OF ORGANISATION Organelles, Cells, Tissues, Organs, Systems CELL STRUCTURES Nucleus,Cytoplasm,Cell membrane, Cell wall, Chloroplast, Vacuole, Mitochondria STRUCTURE OF CARBOHYDRATES, PROTEINS & LIPIDS LARGE ,molecules made up from smaller basic units STARCH & GLYCOGEN From simple sugar PROTEIN From amino acids LIPIDS From fatty acids and glycerol ROLE OF ENZYMES IN METABOLIC REACTIONS Enzymes lower […]

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Testing For Macromolecules

Reducing Sugars Carbohydrates that in solution contain an aldehyde group Aldehyde Group -CHO Testing for carbohydrates reducing sugars and non-reducing sugars Benedict’s Test Used to test for presence of reducing sugars/simple carbohydrates Add reagent to solution and heat in a water bath. What is Benedict’s Reagent copper (II) sulfate in an alkaline solution, BLUE color […]

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