Quizzes
1)
1/1
If a patient has a family history of cardiovascular disease and is concerned
about his own level of risk, the most useful measurements would be:
(1pts)
serum sodium and glucose levels
blood oxygen and carbon dioxide levels
serum total and h
Week 7 Nutrition Assignment
Tracy Hansen
Chapter 19: Nutrition for Neuro-Psychiatric Disorders
1. What are three nutrition concerns for the patient with Alzheimer disease? The ability to
recognize hunger, thirst, and satiety is impaired, and weight loss a
Quizzes
1)
1/1
The situation in which it would be most important for the nurse to contact the registered dietitian
(RD) is if a:
(1pts)
patient complains of constipation during his or her hospital stay
patient's family complains about the quality of the f
Quizzes
1)
1/1
At a routine physical examination, a 50-year-old man has a fasting blood
glucose level of 160 mg/dL. The next step in diagnosis and treatment would
be:
(1pts)
referral to a diabetes clinic
prescribing an oral hypoglycemic agent
rechecking f
Tracy Hansen
Chapter 17: Nutrition for Cardiopulmonary Diseases
1. List the diseases included in the term, cardiovascular disease (CVD). Cardiovascular disease
encompasses a group of diseases and conditions that affect the heart and blood vessels:
coronar
Chapter 6: Protein
*Please answer the following questions:
1. Karen and her husband, Roger, want to reduce their intake of fat and increase their fiber
intake. Both grew up in families who prided themselves as being the meat and potatoes type.
What three
Tracy Hansen
Chapter 13: Nutrition for Disorders of the Gastrointestinal Tract
1. Identify four warning signs of dysphagia. Four warning signs of dysphagia are tongue
thrusting or spitting food out of the mouth, choking, drooling, and gargled voice after
Tracy Hansen
Chapter 15: Nutrition for Diabetes Mellitus
1. Define diabetes mellitus (DM). Diabetes mellitus represents a group of conditions characterized
by either a relative or complete lack of insulin secretion by the beta cells of the pancreas or by
Chapter 11: Nutrition Assessment and Patient Care
*Please Answer the Following Questions:
1. In which instances might weight not be a good indicator of nutritional status? Weight might
not be a good indicator of nutritional status for patients with ascite
Chapter 1: Wellness Nutrition
*Answer the following questions:
1. Describe the purpose and application of Healthy People 2020: Healthy People 2020 was made to try
and help people in general live a long healthy life. To accomplish this they: set nationwide
different executive positions on a
committee? 9. a) What is Pascals
triangle? b) How can a row of Pascals
triangle be produced from the one
above it? 10. What is meant by a
combinatorial proof of an identity?
How is such a proof different from an
algebrai
will use propositional variables to
represent each sentence part and
determine the appropriate logical
connectives between them. In particular,
we let a, c, and f represent You can access
the Internet from campus, You are a
computer science major, and You
to 100 email addresses it finds in the
electronic message mailbox on this
personal computer. What is the
maximum number of different
computers this one computer can
infect in the time it takes for the
infected message to be forwarded five
times? 21. How m
algorithm for generating all the
combinations of the set of the n
smallest positive integers.
Supplementary Exercises 1. How many
ways are there to choose 6 items from
10 distinct items when a) the items in
the choices are ordered and repetition
is not al
elements? d) How many one-to-one
functions are there from a set with five
elements to a set with 10 elements? e)
How many onto functions are there
from a set with five elements to a set
with 10 elements? 4. How can you find
the number of possible outcomes
dollars or euros. 20. For each of these
sentences, determine whether an
inclusive or, or an exclusive or, is intended.
Explain your answer. a) Experience with
C+ or Java is required. b) Lunch includes
soup or salad. c) To enter the country you
need a pass
the most important rules of inference in
propositional logic. The tautology (p (p
q) q is the basis of the rule of
inference called modus ponens, or the law
of detachment. (Modus ponens is Latin for
mode that affirms.) This tautology leads
to the followi
setting up a correspondence between
the subsets of a set with an even
number of elements and the subsets of
this set with an odd number of
elements. [Hint:Take an element a in
the set. Set up the correspondence by
putting a in the subset if it is not
alre
p, q, and r and logical connectives
(including negations). P1: 1/1 P2: 1/2 QC:
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15:27 14 1 / The Foundations: Logic and
Proofs a) You get an A in this class, but
you do not do every exercise i
it is sunny, If we do not go swimming,
then we will take a canoe trip, and If we
take a canoe trip, then we will be home by
sunset lead to the conclusion We will be
home by sunset. Solution: Let p be the
proposition It is sunny this afternoon, q
the propo
information. DEFINITION 7 A bit string is
a sequence of zero or more bits. The
length of this string is the number of bits
in the string. EXAMPLE 12 101010011 is
a bit string of length nine. We can
extend bit operations to bit strings. We
define the bitwi
Hilbert, Ore, and Tao have been added.
Historical information has been added
throughout the text. Numerous updates
for latest discoveries have been made.
Expanded Media Extensive effort has been
devoted to producing valuable web
resources for this book. E
variables or negations of these variables.
We can replace a statement in
propositional logic that is not a clause by
one or more equivalent statements that
are clauses. For example, suppose we
have a statement of the form p (q r).
Because p (q r) (p q) (p
obtain by substituting these values of p
and q into the argument form is If you
have access to the network, then you can
change your grade. You have access to
the network. You can change your
grade. The argument we obtained is a
valid argument, but becaus
basis for system development. Example 3
shows how compound propositions can
be used in this process. EXAMPLE 3
Express the specification The automated
reply cannot be sent when the file system
is full using logical connectives. Solution:
One way to transl
TUKEY (19152000) Tukey, born in New
Bedford, Massachusetts, was an only
child. His parents, both teachers, decided
home schooling would best develop his
potential. His formal education began at
Brown University, where he studied
mathematics and chemistry.
these compound propositions. a) (p q)
(p q) b) (p q) (p q) c) (p q)
(p q) d) (p q) (p q) e) (p q)
(p r) f ) (p q) (p q) 34.
Construct a truth table for each of these
compound propositions. a) p p b) p
p c) p q d) p q e) (p q) (p
q) f ) (p q) (p q) 35
q) q) p is not a tautology, because it
is false when p is false and q is true.
However, there are many incorrect
arguments that treat this as a tautology. In
other words, they treat the argument with
premises p q and q and conclusion p as
a valid argumen
almost all the content of the text. Students
needing extra help will find tools on the
companion website for bringing their
mathematical maturity up to the level of
the text. The few places in the book where
calculus is referred to are explicitly noted.
M
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Logic 17 often ambiguous. Translating
sentences into compound statements
(and other types of logical expressions,
which we will introduce later in this