Why do researchers believe the most important changes in identity happen during young adulthood rather than during adolescence? Increased complexity in the reasoning skills of college students, new experiences, stimulated to reach a higher level of integrating various dimensions of their identity. Which group of U.S. adolescents has the lowest rate of juvenile criminal offenses? […]

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What is an earthquake? movement or trembling of the ground that is caused by a sudden release of energy when rocks along a fault move What is Elastic rebound? the sudden return of elastically deformed rock to its undeformed shape What is focus? location along the fault at which the first motion of an earthquake […]

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A non aerosol topical anesthetic may be applied by the: DA or RDA Two primary reasons for using topical anesthetic agents are: relief of pain and anxiety Topical anesthetic is applied in the muco/buccal fold over the apex area of operation for _____ anesthesia infiltration A mobile tooth is a: Sign Cracking at the corner […]

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what is a chemical? lithium perchlorate alcohol – ethanol water What are the origins of chem? technology alchemy natural philosophy modern science what is science? observation, identification, description, experimental investigation, and theoretical explanation of natural phenomena. chemistry? science of the composition, structure, properties and reactions of matter, especially of atomic and molecular systems. hypothesis? trial […]

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Biomechanics The study of forces and their effects on living systems goals of biomechanics improve performance through technique, equipment, training kinesiology study of human movement The division of mechanics that is most applicable to the study of the human body in sport and exercise is called ________. rigid-body mechanics The study of the time and […]

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The study of chemistry is essential for the study of physiology because because body functions depend on cellular functions that, in turn, result from chemical changes. Biochemistry is the study of chemistry in living organisms Matter anything that has weight and takes up space All matter is composed of elements Examples of elements are are […]

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loom in weaving, fibers are held in place on a complementary colors in his image monkey puzzle, keith haring creates a bold dynamic effect by using unity the appearance of oneness in a work of art is scale claes oldenburg and coosje van bruggens sculptures, such as shuttlecocks affect us immediately through work with clay […]

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Which instrument is essential in the study of histology? microscope The tissue that always has an apical surface is epithelial tissue What are the four recognized tissue types? neural, connective, muscles, epithelial what is histology? the study of tissues which adhesion is required for cell-to-cell communications? gap junctions the tissue that always has a “top” […]

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What’s the setting as the story begins? On a bridge over the Owl Creek in Northern Alabama What “occurrence” was about to take place? A hanging Who was at the center of the bridge? Captain, Sergeant, 2 Privates, and the man being hung Who was at opposite ends of the bridge? Sentinels What could be […]

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What animals echolocate? [birds (2) mammals (4)] birds:Swiftlets, oilbirds mammals: shrews, bats, whales, tenrecs how many times has echolocation evolved in mammals? 4x what type of echolocation do bats use? laryngeal echolocation is the laryngeal echo in bats more or less sophisticated than the echolocation seen in mammals? much more whats the mammalian order of […]

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