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Hypochlorite
Antonym
Antonym
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Splice Site
arriver
to happen
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Actions
allocate necessary resources
Radian to Degree
radian#(180 degrees/pi)
environmental forecasting
demographics, socioculture, technology
colony
land ruled by someone else.
fawn
to act slavishly submissive
 
syn: grovel
Polyploidy
multiple complete sets of chromosomes
Exuberant
Extremly good over flowing plentiful
Real Numbers
all rational and irrational numbers
specious
deceptive, apparently good or valid but lacking real meritS: deceptively plausibleA: valid
PERSECUTED
HARASSED;MADE TO SUFFER BECAUSE OF ONE'S BELIEFS.
Current Ratio
current asset / current liability
chastise
to discipline, esp. by corporal punishment.
Bosporus
narrow strait connecting the Black Sea to the Sea of Marma
classification of bones
diploeinner and outer tablessutural bonessesamoid bones
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fare
go, travel, get along, succeedHow did you fare on your exam.eat dine
pattern
The repetition of any thing — shapes, lines, or colors — also called a motif, in a design; as such it is one of the principles of design.
Genotype
Genetic makeup of an organism Whats encoded in the DAN
blithely
joyous, merry, or gay in disposition; glad; cheerful:
extraneous
introduced or coming from without; not belonging or proper to a thing; external; foreign:
impermible
a layer that dose not let water through
allusion
a reference to a well-known work of literature, famous person, or historical event with which the reader is assumed to be familiar
Normal Goods
demand changes in the same direction as income
About VariationSpecial Cause
find special causes and remove.Those closest to the process are most likely to find the special causes of variations
Bicarbonate buffer
CO2+H2O <-> H2CO3 <-> H+ + HCO3-Goes forward in tissues as CO2 is respired and goes backward in lungs as bicarbonate moves to lungs and causes CO2 to form and be released.
If you commit larceny and then return it later is it still larceny?
YES.
postponement
to put off to a later time; defer:
permebility
ability in a layer to let water pass through
transforming
is the changing of an image such as making it larger or a different color.
Arithmetic Mean is
the total of the individual values divided by the number of individual values.
Market Authoritarian Government
(China)A government that still has a strong political regime that controls its people, but allows them to trade in a free market.
garner
a granary or grain bin; a store or supply of anything
Producer Surplus
is the gains from trade that accrue to sellers
dada based processing
refers to processing that is based on incoming data as opposed to top down processing
derail
1 : to cause to run off the rails
2 a : to obstruct the progress of : frustrate b : to upset the stability or composure of
Sick man of Europe
power that is on the decline and is vulnerable, is the Ottoman Empire at this point in history
What is the verbal acknowledgment for girt bar window verification?
-Yellow girt bar indicators are in-view on both sides (armed) =Yellow girt bar indicators are out-of-view on both sides (disarmed)
Define condition subsequent in a contract:
When it occurs it cuts off an already existing absolute duty of performance.
rot
red
MAGNIFICENT
parler
to speak
predilection
personal preference
heel bone
calcaneus
wily
sly; shrewd; cunning
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学生
zuésheng ; Student
Vapid
lacking flavor or life
你们
nǐmen ; You (Plural)
functions of skeletal system (5)
Support
storage
hemopoiesis
protection
leverage
¿Que tal?
How is it going?
Polygenetic
Located on multiple gene loci
Durkheim
founder of modern sociology, studied suicide, argued that deviance was the result of environmental factors and hereditary forces
Leverage
ability to finance an investment through borrowed funds
alienate
to turn away feelings or affections
 
 
syn:estrange, set against
Example of a non-statement
Am I here?
Standard of review for AGE
Rational basis
complacent
pleased with oneself, often without awareness of some potential danger or defect
opinion
a statement based on feelings or beliefs
tone
the overall feeling or effect created by a writer's uses of words
afflict
to trouble or attack, causing physical or mental suffering
c'est passe hier soir
it happeed last night
Unicellular
Meaning that an organism consists of only one cell.
Structuralist
a psychologist who studied the basic elements that make up conscious mental experiences.
fisher
any animal that catches fish for food.
the Library
In Adobe Flash, the area where resources such as sounds, symbols, and imported graphics are located is called?
Panel ____ are sets of related panels docked together below one heading.
groups
Comic Releif:
The comic relief consists of humrous sceans, incidents, or speeches that are includedin serious drama to provide a reduction in emotional drama.
Postdecisional dissonance
Reducing the fear that a decision might have been wrong (buying a car; we're rarely 100% sure we made the right choice)
Hominid canines
small, non projecting canines and no diastema
valve located between the right atrium and the right ventricle
tricuspid valve
speed
the rate of rapidity in moving, going, traveling, proceeding, or performing
Area of Triangle
A = 1/2 x b x h
Sales Tax
is a tax that is the legal responsibility of buyers to pay
Goals and tasks of promotion
Informing, reminding, and persuading the target audience
Is an employer liable for the torts of an employee traveling to and from work?
NO.
ostracize
to banish; to shut out from a group or society by common consent
3 sigma equals ? errors per million
27 errors per million
artery in the foot, posterior to the medial malleolus(ankle bone)
posterior tibial artery
the way in which a sender encodes a marketing idea and conveys it through message and medium so receivers can decode and understand it, and then respond with feedback
MARKETING COMMUNICATION PROCESS
Control limits different types of charts.Variables
* Averages and ranges, Green Belts are expected to be able to construct and interpret this control chart* individuals and Moving ranges. This is useful in service applications* Averages and standard Deviations* Medians and Ranges
What are the 2 responses a building can have to nature
1. Passive Response2. Active Response - Reactive or Proactive
Does Statute of Frauds apply to a promise to repay a loan that really benefits you?
No - Statute of Frauds does not apply
x^0
1
a^2-2ab+b^2
(a-b)(a-b)
Pythagorean Theorem
a²+b²=c²
Slope Formula
y2-y1/x2-x1
Foil
(x+a)(x+b)= x^2+ax+ab
Right Cylinder Volume
V=π•r²•h
order of opperations
P.E.M.D.A.S.
Special Triangles 45,45,90
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Trapezoid area
h/2 (b1+b2)
Equation of a Circle
(x-h)²+(y-k)²=r²
Circle perimeter
2 pi r
Isosceles
2 sides are congruent
special sin cos relationship
sin^2+cos^2=
rectangular solid volume
V= l*h*w
depression
A psychological disorder characterized by a persistent pattern of the blues and loss of self worth.
Multiples
the product of two factors
similar
mathematical figures that have resemblance
WAIS
The Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale is the most widely used intelligence test. It has a number of subsets that can be tested separately
Heritability
refers to the variation among individuals that we can attribute to genes.
standardization
Term for defining meaningful scores, such as SAT scores, by comparing them with the performance of a pretested sample group.
Circumfrence
the distance around a circle pi•d
Factors
Numbers that are multiplied together to get a product
area of a triangle
A= 1/2b *h
factor analysis
Name for the mathematical procedure which identifies clusters of related items on a test.
conditioned response
Term refers to an organism's salivation after hearing the ringing of a bell.
defense mechanisms
Freud suggested that the ego unconsciously protects itself by using these methods.
correlation
The research method which studies the relationship between two sets of data and predicts future behaviors. It does not show causation.
Intersecting Lines
lines that cross at one point
average speed
total distance traveled/ total time taken
average
A percentage found by dividing the number by a hounded.
geometric sequence
set multiplied by the same numbers
cognitive dissonance
The mental discomfort people feel when their behavior goes against
their beliefs.
free association
Freud's method of having patients talk about anything on their mind in order to begin probing their unconscious minds
intrinsic motivation
one's behaviors grow out of personal interest and desire to achieve
conformity
This term refers to the adjusting of one's opinions or behaviors to be like those of a group in order to fit in with the group.
Independent variable
the treatment that is being studied and tested in an experiment
Id
according to Freud this part of the unconscious mind drives one's immediate desires and operates on the pleasure principle
consciousness
This term refers to our awareness of ourselves and our environment
Mode
the most frequent value of a random variable
Arc
Part of a circle connecting two points on the circle.
length of an arc
radian measure sin x/ x
EEG (Electroencepholograph)
Name for the machine that records the electrical waves in our brains
Etiology
This term refers to the study of the causes of illness or abnormal conditions
fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS)
Mental disorder of children whose mothers drank alcohol during pregnancy
absolute threshold
The least amount of stimulus energy an individual can detect 50% of the time.
action potential
This term refers to "firing a neuron", and is an electrical charge that transmits a neurotransmitter message through an axon.
availability heuristic
Ideas that come to mind quickly and vividly when people are trying to solve problems
Binocular vision
Kind of vision which depends on seeing with two eyes
Bottom-up processing
Term for the entry level of sensations that travel to the brain.
fluid intelligence
This term refers to the idea that one's ability to solve problems speedily and abstractly tends to decrease during late adulthood (after age 40)
Median
the value below which 50% of the cases fall
chord
a line that intersects a circle at two points
inverse variation
When the product of the two variables stay constant
concrete operational stage
The Piaget stage do children aged 7- 11 think logically about events, perform math transformations, and understand the principle of conservation.
Sin inverse, cos inverse, tan inverse
used to find angle measures
Least Common Multiple
ex. LCM of 200 and 60 is 600
Greatest Common Factor
ex. GCF of 200 and 60 is 20
Central Angle
An Angle whose vertex is at the center of a circle
cerebral cortex or cerebrum
Name given to the billions of cells that form a cover over the brain's hemispheres and ultimately controls the body.
sin of an angle
length of opp. side/ length of hyp. side
Length of Triangle Sides
length of 1 side is always less than the sum of the other 2
conventional morals or stages 3 and 4
Kohlberg's levels of morality whic are based on social awareness and the importance of obeying laws
sin inverse, cosin inverse, and tangent inverse solves for?
They are used to find the angles measures inside a triangle
Parallelogram Area
A=bh
Roots
(xy)= xy^1/2
complex numbers
...
Midpoint Formula
(x₁+x₂)/2, (y₁+y₂)/2
Slope intercept form
y=mx+b
45, 45, 90 triangles
x,x,x(√2)
Multiplying Exponents
(x^a)^b = x^(a·b)
Subtracting exponents
5x^3- 2x^3= 3x^3
algorithm
A methodical, step-by-step procedure for solving a methodical, step-by-step procedure to solve a problem that guarantees a solution.
extinction
In learning, the classically conditioned response will stop when the unconditioned stimulus disappears; in operant conditioning, the reinforcement disappears.
functionalism
William James suggested that psychology should study the functions that help organisms adapt, survive, and flourish in their environments
arithmetic sequence
constant difference between sequences
anxiety disorders
Psychological disorders that are characterized by persistent nervous, fearful feelings and maladaptive behaviors.
aphasia
refers to impairment of language, usually caused by damage to the
left hemisphere.
top-down processing
perception processing when we interpret the meaning of sensations
based on our experience and expectations
hypnosis
occurs when one follows the suggestions of a hypnotist to have certain perceptions, feelings, and behaviors
Difference of Squares
a^2 -b^2 = (a+b)(a-b)
Negative Exponents
1 / x^b = x^(-b)
circular circumference
the distance around a circle
Gestalt
means an organized whole. The Gestalt psychologists suggested that people try to organize the bits and pieces of the environment into meaningful wholes
Homeostasis
term referring to the body's tendency to keep a balanced internal state
forgetting curve
Hermann Ebbinghaus noted that people forget a great deal of what they learn; then their memory levels off and they recall a small amount of the learned material
effortful encoding
Encoding information into the brain that requires attention and rehearsal
DNA
Name for the molecule that contains the genetic information in our chromosomes
attitude
A predisposed feeling that causes us to act in a particular way toward people, places, things.
double-blind procedure
an experimental procedure in which both the participants and the researchers are ignorant about the whether the research participants have received the treatment or a placebo
Percentages
part = (percent / 100) x whole
Angles of a Triangle
Sum to 180 degrees.
Graphing ≥ or >on a coordinate plane
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habituation
the boredom that follows staring it an object for too long
systematic desensitization
treats phobias by helping people feel relaxed in the face of an anxiety-producing stimulus
explicit memory
The memory of specific details and facts, processed in the hippocampus
frustration-aggression principle
This term suggests that the blocking of an attempt to achieve a goal creates anger which can generate aggression
unconscious
to Freud, this is our reservoir of unacceptable, hidden desires, and buried memories. To contemporary psychologists, it refers to information processing of which we are unaware.
Quadratic Formula
x = -b ± √(b² - 4ac)/2a
Degree to radian
degree# · (pi / 180 degrees)
Hierarchy of Needs
Maslow's pyramid of human needs that motivate us to begin satisfying biological needs then moving up to safety, belonging, and finally self-actualization
frequency (in audition)
refers to the number of wavelengths that pass a certain point in a given time such as a second
conditioned stimulus
Term given to a a formerly neutral stimulus that becomes associated with an unconditioned stimulus and elicits a condtioned response.
Probability
a measure of how likely it is that some event will occur (desired/total)
direct variation
When two variables are a ratio and values rename same
Big Five Personality Factors
Name of the most widely accepted theory of personality traits.
Rational Numbers
any number that can be expressed as a fraction
Distance Formula
d = √[( x₂ - x₁) + (y₂ - y₁)]
cosin of an angle
length of adj. side/ length of hyp. side
Fundamental Counting Principle
if an event can happen in N ways, and another, independent event can happen in M ways, then both events together can happen in N x M ways.
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