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Science Chapter 1 Test Study Guide
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1) Book Notes Labs Homework Assignments : Read Notes/labs/homework assignments to myself

Created on October 23, 2014
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Working with Graphics
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1) When you open a new blank document in word, the document has one section : True
2) You can recolor clip art or a photograph so the colors match those in the current design theme. : True
3) A section break controls the section formatting of the text that precedes it. : True
4) To reduce or enlarge a graphic proportionally, drag the middle sizing handles on the side of the graphic. : True
5) To drop a graphic anywhere within the printable area of the page, the text-wrapping format must be applied to a graphic. : True

Created on October 23, 2014
# of questions: 15

Chem Exam II
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Theology 1 Midterm
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Lister Midterm
1) Theological Disciplines : Biblical Studies-The details like Bib Interp Biblical Theology- The storyline like OT or NTSystematic SystematicTheology- Whole Bible theology Church History- We study because we're not the first to do theology Ethics- How we should live by the Bible Apologetics- Defense of Faith
2) Hierarchy of Doctrine Magnitude : 1) Deity and Faith (Salvation) 2) Denominational Background (Communion Baptism) 3) Personal (Age of earth end times)
3) Professors Argument for the Class : a. Inspiration-all scripture is God breathed b. Inerrancy- Bible is perf c. Necessity- We need the Bible in our lives d. Perspicuity- The Bible is clear over all e. Sufficiency- The Bible is sufficient f. Authority- It has authority over our lives
4) Our need to know God : - God is unfathomable we CAN"T know all of him - But we should still try - God is holy and transcendent we are sinful - He has chosen to keep things a secret (Deut 29:29)
5) Isaiah 11 and John 17 : The cosmic goal of history: What was lost in the fall will be regained

Created on October 23, 2014
# of questions: 30

Survey of CSD
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1) Which 2 main jobs does a child need to acquire a language? : To learn to represent and symbolize.
2) What happens to the range and frequency of babbling in children with deafness? : Range and Frequency are decreased.
3) What are phonetically consistent forms? : Babbled sounds that are used meaningfully.
4) Articulation : Rapid and coordinated movement of the tongue, teeth, lips, and palate to produce sounds. (Articulation is the actual production of sounds.)
5) Phonology : The study of the sound systems of language, cognitive and theoretical concepts of the nature, production, and rules for sound.

Created on October 23, 2014
# of cards: 18

LRE F. Force 2
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1) a push or a pull : force
2) any change in the speed or direction of an object's motion : acceleration
3) a force that acts directly against the direction of motion : friction
4) a force that pulls objects down to Earth : gravity
5) occurs when one object pushes away or takes the place of another object : displacement

Created on October 23, 2014
# of cards: 10

History Study Guide
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This is a study guide for ninth grade history, an Ancient Egyptian Unit.

Created on October 23, 2014
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LRE F. Force 1
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1) the location of an object in relation to a nearby object or place : position
2) a change in position of an object : motion
3) the measure of an object's change in position during a certain amount of time : speed
4) the speed of an object in a particular direction : velocity
5) a push or a pull : force

Created on October 23, 2014
# of cards: 10

Flashcard Set (10/23/2014)
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1) Multinational : including or involving several countries or individuals of several nationalities
2) Metropolitan Area : a major city together with its suburbs and nearby cities, towns, and environs over which the major city exercises a commanding economic and social influence.
3) Free Enterprise : an economic system in which private business operates in competition and largely free of state control.
4) Representative Democracy : is a system of government in which all eligible citizens vote on representatives to pass laws for them.
5) Coalition : an alliance for combined action, especially a temporary alliance of political parties forming a government or of states.

Created on October 23, 2014
# of cards: 18

Criminal Justice
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Created on October 23, 2014
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NEURO 3050
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the forebrain
1) What are the 3 divisions of the forebrain? : cortical, subcortical, and limbic (hippocampus and amygdala)
2) What are the associated fiber tracts of the limbic system? : internal capsule, corpus callosum, anterior commissure, superior longitudinal fasciculus
3) What are the divisions of the cortex? : NAP neocortex, archicortex - hippocampus and paleocortex
4) What is the main output neuron of the cortex? : pyramidal cells
5) Which layer will specific thalamocortical fibers end? : layer IV

Created on October 23, 2014
# of cards: 7

Enhancing Documents Quiz
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1) When you insert page numbers in a document, the page numbers are displayed in a header or footer. : False
2) When you apply a style, you eliminate multiple steps to format the document content. : False
3) A template affects document settings such as fonts, line spacing, margins, and page layout. : False
4) Building blocks are built-in document parts that are already designed and formatted. : False
5) Endnotes are always displayed on the page on which they are referenced. : False

Created on October 23, 2014
# of questions: 34

NEURO 3050
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Ascending and Descending Pathways
1) If we are referring to a sensory pathway, where will the 1st order neuron always be? : in a ganglion outside of the CNS, if body = DRG, head = cranial nerve
2) What are the 2 ascending tracts that we talked about in class? : spinothalamic and medial lemniscus
3) What does the spinothalamic tract do? : relays pain and temperature information
4) What does the medial lemniscus tract do? : relays general sensory information
5) Will 2nd order neurons of a DRG terminate ipsilaterally or contralaterally? : ipsilaterally because they have not crossed the medial lemniscus at the level of the caudal medulla yet

Created on October 23, 2014
# of cards: 8

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