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A store sells two kinds of candles, scented and unscented. The scented burn1/12 inches in 20 mins. The unscented burns 1/16 inches in 30 mins. Which type of candle burns in 1 Hour and what is its burn rate?60 Minutes = 1 HourScented Candle-20 Minutes in an hour goes 3 Times (20+20+20=60)-1/12 *3 = 3/12 – You got to simplify so it will be ¼Unscented Candle-30 Minutes in an hour goes 2 times (30+30=60)-1/16 *2 = 2/16 – You got to simplify so it will be 1/8The answer will be the scented candle burn in 1 hour and its burn rate is ¼A worker is paid 2,350 monthly and has $468 withheld from each monthly paycheck. Which of the following is her annual salary? A. 27,732 B. 22,584 C. 28,200 D. 33,816is Paid $2350 monthly - $468 withheld each monthly paycheck = $1882 * 12month = $22584 Annual SalarExample:There’s a question in the teas that in order for you to get it right you need to know the sides of the triangle:
Must know how to identify this chart:Must arrange the number from least to greatest or greatest to least.Must know MEAN, MEDIAN, MODE and RANGE
SCIENCE SECTION:Cell Parts and their Functions Mitochondria- generate ATP Golgi Apparatus- package proteins Lysosomes-digest protein, carbs, and lipids. And gets rid of worn out particles Ribosomes- protein synthesis Nucleus- where DNA is located and tells cells their functions Peroxisomes-oxidation and detoxification What is found in Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes cells?- Cell Membrane/Plasma membrane, DNA, Ribosomes How does water move through the cell membranes?- Proteins Respiratory System What transport is gas exchange?Passive transport How does gas exchange occur?–Diffusion Where does gas exchange occur?–Alveoli What is the cause of emphysema? -chemical pollutants, smoke What is responsible for speech?–larynx What control the breathing process? -Medulla oblongata Cardiovascular System What carries oxygenated blood?–An artery moving blood from the heart to a muscle What is function of lymph nodes?- filter debris from intracellular spaces
What is the function of the spleen?- Filter blood and help fight infections What is the most abundant cells?- Red blood cells What is the pacemaker of the heart?- Sinoatrial node What is the function of the circulatory system?–Transport hormones ***Know the blood flow of the heart*** Gastrointestinal System What are the digestive enzymes?– Pepsin, Mucus, Hydrochloric What neutralizes stomach acid?- Bile/Sodium bicarbonate What are gastrulation cells?- Germ cells
Where is bile stored?- Gallbladder What produces bile?-Liver What does villi do?- Increase surface area absorption Enzyme lipase function?- Breakdown lipids Enzyme protease function?- Breakdown proteins Enzyme amylase function?- Breakdown carbs Where are nutrients absorbed?- Small intestineWhere is water and vitamin k absorbed?– Large Intestine
Neuromuscular System What happens if acetylcholinesterase is inhibited at the synapse? -Causes a muscle stimulationWhat is function of a neuron?- transmit information What is the function of myelin sheath?- Increase speed of electrical signals What causes goosebumps?
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