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Intro to Music Chapter 10
Purely instrumental music that is inte…
Throughout the Romantic era, artists o…
Immediately following the defeat of Na…
In 1830, Paris's state of municipal he…
Program Music
Interior States of the Soul
The Monarchy was Restored
Cramped, mostly unpaved streets
Purely instrumental music that is inte…
Program Music
Throughout the Romantic era, artists o…
Interior States of the Soul
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Chapter 10 - Introduction to Atoms
atom
Aristotle
Democritus
Dalton
the smallest unit of an element that maintains the chemical p…
Greek philosopher disagreed with Democritus. He believed that…
Greek philosopher thought eventually you would end up with a…
He suggested that elements can combine in certain proportions…
atom
the smallest unit of an element that maintains the chemical p…
Aristotle
Greek philosopher disagreed with Democritus. He believed that…
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Chapter 10: Baroque Music
Baroque Period dates
Baroque (literal translation)
Musical characteristics of the Baroque…
Important textures during the Baroque…
1600 - 1750
misshapen pearl
-New homophonic texture... -Continuation of polyphony of the Ren…
New texture: homophony, important in opera and oratorio... Compo…
Baroque Period dates
1600 - 1750
Baroque (literal translation)
misshapen pearl
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Music-Chapter 10
Chorus
Accapella
Chamber music
Transcriptions
Fairly large group of singers
Choir without instruments, vocal term
Small ensemble, for 2-16 musicians, doesn't have a conductor,…
Make a piece of music written for one ensemble performable fo…
Chorus
Fairly large group of singers
Accapella
Choir without instruments, vocal term
Introduction to Geography Chapter 10
agglomeration
business services
commodity chain
comparative advantage
the clustering of productive activities and people for mutual…
services performed for companies and include finance, insuran…
steps in the production and distribution process
an economic concept that suggests areas and countries can bes…
agglomeration
the clustering of productive activities and people for mutual…
business services
services performed for companies and include finance, insuran…
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Chapter 10 introduction to atoms
Atom
Electrons
Nucleus
Electron cloud
The smallest unit of an element that maintains the chemical p…
A subatomic particle that has a negative charge
In physical science, an atom's central region,which is made u…
A region around a nucleus of an atom where electrons are like…
Atom
The smallest unit of an element that maintains the chemical p…
Electrons
A subatomic particle that has a negative charge
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CCNA Introduction to Networks Chapter 10
B. Clients establish a long term conne…
B. DHCP... C. FTP... D. POP3
D. HTTP
B. SMTP tries to send the messages at…
What is true about the Server Message Block protocol?... A. SMB…
Select three protocols that operate at the Application Layer…
Which application layer protocol uses message types such as G…
Which two actions are taken by SMTP if the destination email…
B. Clients establish a long term conne…
What is true about the Server Message Block protocol?... A. SMB…
B. DHCP... C. FTP... D. POP3
Select three protocols that operate at the Application Layer…
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Chapter 10 Introduction to Plants
cellulose
cuticle
non vascular plants
rhizoids
substance that cell walls are made of
the waxy protective layer on stems and leaves of a plant
A term used to refer collectively to the hornworts, liverwort…
rootlike filaments that hold mosses in place
cellulose
substance that cell walls are made of
cuticle
the waxy protective layer on stems and leaves of a plant
Chapter 10:Introduction To Atoms
proton
neutron
atom
electron
a subatomic particle that has a positive charge and that is f…
a subatomic particle that has no charge and that is found in…
the smallest unit of an element that maintains the chemical p…
a subatomic particle that has a negative charge
proton
a subatomic particle that has a positive charge and that is f…
neutron
a subatomic particle that has no charge and that is found in…
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 10
Adjudication
Appeal
Arraignment
Avertable recidivist
the determination of guilt or innocence; a judgment concernin…
a request for an appellate court to examine a lower court's d…
initial trial court appearance, at which accused is read the…
a person whose crime would have been prevented if he or she h…
Adjudication
the determination of guilt or innocence; a judgment concernin…
Appeal
a request for an appellate court to examine a lower court's d…
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Introduction to Business - Chapter 10
production
production and operations management
mass production
LEED
use of resources, such as workers and machinery, to convert m…
oversee the production process by managing people and machine…
a system for manufacturing products in large quantities throu…
voluntary certification program administered by the U.S. Gree…
production
use of resources, such as workers and machinery, to convert m…
production and operations management
oversee the production process by managing people and machine…
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Chapter 10: Introduction to New Life
organisms
cell
unicellular
multicellular
living things
basic uni of structure and function in an organism
single-celled organisms
organisms that are composed of many cells
organisms
living things
cell
basic uni of structure and function in an organism
chapter 10 - pulmonology - brief introduction
oxygen (O2)
respiratory system
blood stream
carbon dioxide (CO2)
all cells of the body must have a constant supply of _ in ord…
_ is responsible for bringing fresh oxygen into the lungs
fresh oxygen is loaded into _ for distribution throughout the…
in addition blood pick up _ the waste product of energy produ…
oxygen (O2)
all cells of the body must have a constant supply of _ in ord…
respiratory system
_ is responsible for bringing fresh oxygen into the lungs
Chapter 10 Introduction Physical Science
Speed... * We went 60 mph on the highway…
Average Speed... * We drove an average sp…
instantaneous speed... * Our speed kept c…
constant speed... * The constant speed of…
the rate at which someone or something is able to move or ope…
the distance traveled divided by the time elapsed.
When the speed of an object is constantly changing.
When the speed of an object remains the same.
Speed... * We went 60 mph on the highway…
the rate at which someone or something is able to move or ope…
Average Speed... * We drove an average sp…
the distance traveled divided by the time elapsed.
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Introduction to Corrections - Chapter 10
Conditions of release
Discretionary release
Expiration release
Expungement
Restrictions on conduct that parolees must obey as a legally…
The release of an inmate from prison to conditional supervisi…
The release of an inmate from incarceration without any furth…
A legal process that results in the removal of a conviction f…
Conditions of release
Restrictions on conduct that parolees must obey as a legally…
Discretionary release
The release of an inmate from prison to conditional supervisi…
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Introduction to Business Chapter 10
Accounts receivable
Authorized stock
Bond
Capital budget
The amount of money owed to a business from customers who pur…
All the shares of a firm's stock that can be sold or issued.
A form of long-term debt financing,... usually held by an invest…
The budgeting of funds for future, generally major, investmen…
Accounts receivable
The amount of money owed to a business from customers who pur…
Authorized stock
All the shares of a firm's stock that can be sold or issued.
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Chapter 10 introduction
In eukaryotic cells, DNA is wound arou…
In mitosis, duplicated chromosomes sep…
An internal genetic program interacts
Meiosis, which reduces the number of c…
which in turn is folded and packaged to make individual chrom…
Mitosis is an important part of the cell cycle, which consist…
with external signals to regulate the cell cycle.
is necessary to maintain the normal chromosome number when tw…
In eukaryotic cells, DNA is wound arou…
which in turn is folded and packaged to make individual chrom…
In mitosis, duplicated chromosomes sep…
Mitosis is an important part of the cell cycle, which consist…
Introduction to Business: Chapter 10
Human Resources Management
Job Analysis
Job Description
Job Specification
all the activities involved in determining an organization's…
determines, through observation and study, pertinent informat…
a formal, written explanation of a specific job that usually…
the qualifications necessary for a specific job, in terms of…
Human Resources Management
all the activities involved in determining an organization's…
Job Analysis
determines, through observation and study, pertinent informat…
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Introduction to Nursing Chapter 10
acute illness
chronic illness
remission
exacerbation
is characterized by severe symptoms that are relatively short…
usually develops gradually, requires ongoing medical attentio…
when symptoms subside
when symptoms reappear or worsen
acute illness
is characterized by severe symptoms that are relatively short…
chronic illness
usually develops gradually, requires ongoing medical attentio…
Introduction To Business Chapter 10
Production
Production and Operations Management
Mass Production
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environ…
Use of resources, such as workers and machinery, to convert m…
Oversee the production process by managing people and machine…
A system for manufacturing products in large quantities throu…
Voluntary certification program administered by the U.S. Gree…
Production
Use of resources, such as workers and machinery, to convert m…
Production and Operations Management
Oversee the production process by managing people and machine…
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Chapter 10: Introduction to Psychology
What are the six basic emotions identi…
Understand the two axes of the circump…
James-Lange Theory
Cannon-Bard Theory
Anger, Disgust, Fear, Happiness, Sadness and Suprise
There is a circle with a scale of emotions measured by state…
The idea that the experience of emotion is a reaction to your…
The idea that the experience of emotion is accompanied by phy…
What are the six basic emotions identi…
Anger, Disgust, Fear, Happiness, Sadness and Suprise
Understand the two axes of the circump…
There is a circle with a scale of emotions measured by state…
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Introduction to Policing - Chapter 10
Blending
Civil liability or code enforcement te…
Cold-case squads
Crime analysis
Plainclothes officers' efforts to blend into an area and atte…
Teams used in jurisdictions to address the crime problem thro…
Investigative units that reexamine old cases that have remain…
The use of analytical methods to obtain pertinent information…
Blending
Plainclothes officers' efforts to blend into an area and atte…
Civil liability or code enforcement te…
Teams used in jurisdictions to address the crime problem thro…
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Chapter 10: Introduction
Reflex
Simple Reflexes
Acquired Reflexes
Reflex Arc
response to a stimulus that occurs automatically
built-in, unlearned responses
result of practice and learning
path of a reflex
Reflex
response to a stimulus that occurs automatically
Simple Reflexes
built-in, unlearned responses
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Chapter 10, Introduction to Pharmacology
antidepressant
antipsychotic drug
attention deficit disorder ADD
attention deficit-hyperactivity disord…
drug that enhances mood, used to treat depression
drug used to treat mood disorders, agitation, delusions, or h…
condition that involves an inability to pay attention or focu…
condition that involves an inability to pay attention or focu…
antidepressant
drug that enhances mood, used to treat depression
antipsychotic drug
drug used to treat mood disorders, agitation, delusions, or h…
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Introduction to business chapter 10
Protectionism
Trade Barriers
Trade Alliances
Multinational Company
Practice of putting limits on foreign trade to promote busine…
barriers put up to enforce the law no trading with other coun…
Alliances that countries will enter in to exchange goods for…
Companys that run in multiple countries like Allstate, Pepsi,…
Protectionism
Practice of putting limits on foreign trade to promote busine…
Trade Barriers
barriers put up to enforce the law no trading with other coun…
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Chapter 10 Introduction to Sociology
Ethnicity Group
Race
Social Process
Racialization
is a social category of people who share a common culture.
is a group treated as distinct in society based on certain ch…
How groups are defined racially
is a process whereby some social category, such as a social c…
Ethnicity Group
is a social category of people who share a common culture.
Race
is a group treated as distinct in society based on certain ch…
Introduction to Statistics chapter 10
Carryover effect
counterbalancing
longitudinal study
standard error of the difference betwe…
a treatment or intervention at one point in time may affect o…
a method used to control for carryover effects. In counterbal…
a study in which subjects are measured repeatedly across time…
standard deviation of the sampling distribution of the differ…
Carryover effect
a treatment or intervention at one point in time may affect o…
counterbalancing
a method used to control for carryover effects. In counterbal…
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Chapter 10: Introduction to Contracts
Contract
7 characteristics to be enforceable
Defining a contract in terms of promis…
Non-competition agreement
legally enforceable agreement... (promise that the law will enfo…
offer... acceptance... consideration (bargaining/exchange)... legality…
1. is it certain defendant promised to do something?... 2. if sh…
contract in which one party agrees not to compete with another
Contract
legally enforceable agreement... (promise that the law will enfo…
7 characteristics to be enforceable
offer... acceptance... consideration (bargaining/exchange)... legality…
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Introduction to Leadership - Chapter 10
Accommodation
Avoidance
Collaboration
Competition
An unassertive but cooperative conflict style that requires i…
A conflict style that is both unassertive and uncooperative,…
A conflict style that requires both assertiveness and coopera…
A conflict style of individuals who are highly assertive abou…
Accommodation
An unassertive but cooperative conflict style that requires i…
Avoidance
A conflict style that is both unassertive and uncooperative,…
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Introduction to Business (Chapter 10)
Human capital
Human resource management (HRM)
Job analysis
Job description
reflects organization's investment in attracting, retaining,…
the set of organizational activities directed at attracting,…
systematic analysis of jobs within an organization
description of the duties and responsibilities of a job, its…
Human capital
reflects organization's investment in attracting, retaining,…
Human resource management (HRM)
the set of organizational activities directed at attracting,…
Chapter 10: Introduction to Statistics
Hypothesis
Null Hypothesis
What are the 3 Major Descriptive Types?
Frequency
an unconfirmed generalization about the relationship between…
the denial or negotiation of a research hypothesis; the hypot…
1. Frequency... 2. Central Tendency... 3. Dispersion
the number of times a given response is recorded
Hypothesis
an unconfirmed generalization about the relationship between…
Null Hypothesis
the denial or negotiation of a research hypothesis; the hypot…
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Introduction to Business Chapter 10
Marketing
Product and Service Management
Distribution
Selling
Activity set of institutions, and processes for creating, com…
Designing, developing, maintaining, improving, and acquiring…
Determining the best ways for costumers to locate, obtain, an…
Communicating directly with potential costumers to determine…
Marketing
Activity set of institutions, and processes for creating, com…
Product and Service Management
Designing, developing, maintaining, improving, and acquiring…
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Introduction to Psychology, Chapter 10 Vocabulary
Autism
Behavior modification (Behavior mod)
Biological factors
Bobo doll experiment
This is a condition marked by poor development in social rela…
This is a treatment or therapy that changes or modifies probl…
These are innate tendencies or predispositions that may eithe…
This is a classic experiment that challenged the idea that le…
Autism
This is a condition marked by poor development in social rela…
Behavior modification (Behavior mod)
This is a treatment or therapy that changes or modifies probl…
Introduction to Catholicism Chapter 10
Baptism
Baptism by Blood
Baptism by desire
Catechumen
The first of the seven sacraments, and the door which gives a…
those who suffer death for the sake of the faith without havi…
For catechumens who die before their baptism, their explicit…
A person preparing to receive the sacrament of Baptism
Baptism
The first of the seven sacraments, and the door which gives a…
Baptism by Blood
those who suffer death for the sake of the faith without havi…
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Introduction to Sociology Chapter 10
Social institutions
Politics
Government
Power
Systems and structures within society that shape the activiti…
Methods or tactics intended to influence government policy, p…
The formal, organized agency that exercises power and control…
The ability to impose one's will on others
Social institutions
Systems and structures within society that shape the activiti…
Politics
Methods or tactics intended to influence government policy, p…
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Introduction to Business Chapter 10
Marketing
Marketing Strategy
Target Market
Marketing Mix
The activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating…
A company's plan that identifies how it will use marketing to…
A specific group of consumers what have similar wants and nee…
The blending of four marketing elements - Product, Distributi…
Marketing
The activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating…
Marketing Strategy
A company's plan that identifies how it will use marketing to…
Introduction to psychology chapter 10
Intelligence
Henry Goddard
Alfred Binet and Theodore Simon
William Stern
Ability to direct one's thinking, adapt to one's circumstance…
was one of the first to measure intelligence, discriminatoril…
developed the first intelligence test to identify children wh…
coined "mental age"
Intelligence
Ability to direct one's thinking, adapt to one's circumstance…
Henry Goddard
was one of the first to measure intelligence, discriminatoril…
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Chapter 10 - Introduction to Metabolism
metabolites
anabolic reactions
catabolic reactions
amphibolic reactions
the small molecules that are intermediates in the degradation…
those responsible for the synthesis of all compounds needed f…
degrade large molecules to liberate smaller molecules and ene…
a third class of reactions involved in both anabolic and cata…
metabolites
the small molecules that are intermediates in the degradation…
anabolic reactions
those responsible for the synthesis of all compounds needed f…
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Chapter 10: Introduction to Contracts
The Purpose of a Contract
judicial restraint
judicial activism
elements of a contract
Contracts make business matters more predictable, and they ar…
a court takes a passive role and requires the parties to fulf…
a court will ignore certain provisions of a contract, or an e…
agreement, consideration, legality, capacity
The Purpose of a Contract
Contracts make business matters more predictable, and they ar…
judicial restraint
a court takes a passive role and requires the parties to fulf…
introduction to psychology - Chapter 10
developmental psychology
post hoc fallacy
bidirectional influences
cohort effects
The study of how behavior changes over the lifespan
logical error where you assume that a causes b just because B…
human development is almost always a two-way street... children'…
sets of people who lived during one period May differ from se…
developmental psychology
The study of how behavior changes over the lifespan
post hoc fallacy
logical error where you assume that a causes b just because B…
Introduction to Sociology - Chapter 10
affirmative action
assimilation
diaspora
discrimination
a process aimed at increasing diversity and equal opportunity…
the integration of minorities into the dominant culture
dispersal, typically involuntary, of a racial or ethnic popul…
the unfavorable treatment of black Americans and other minori…
affirmative action
a process aimed at increasing diversity and equal opportunity…
assimilation
the integration of minorities into the dominant culture
Chapter 10 Introduction to Business
Marketing functions
Consumer Decision Making Process
Emotional Buying Motives
Rational Buying Motives
1. Promotion 2. Pricing. 3. Financial Analysis 4. Marketing I…
1. Recognize a need 2. Gather Information 3. Select and evalu…
Buying out of love, fear, self image
Buying out for the economy, logic criteria, considering a sit…
Marketing functions
1. Promotion 2. Pricing. 3. Financial Analysis 4. Marketing I…
Consumer Decision Making Process
1. Recognize a need 2. Gather Information 3. Select and evalu…
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Introduction to Business Chapter 10
Motivation
Morale
Scientific Management
Piece-rate system
The individual internal process that energizes, directs, and…
An employee's feelings about the job, about superiors, and ab…
The application of scientific principles to management of wor…
A compensation system under which employees are paid a certai…
Motivation
The individual internal process that energizes, directs, and…
Morale
An employee's feelings about the job, about superiors, and ab…
Introduction to Meteorology Chapter 10
Thunderstorm
Air-mass thunderstorms occur in what a…
3 Development Stages of Air mass thund…
Wind Shear
A storm that produces lightning and thunder
Maritime Tropical (mT)
1. Cumulus... 2. Mature... 3. Dissipating
a change in wind direction and/or speed at different heights
Thunderstorm
A storm that produces lightning and thunder
Air-mass thunderstorms occur in what a…
Maritime Tropical (mT)
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Introduction to Psychology chapter 10
intelligence
psychometrics
factor analysis
g (general intelligence)
An internal capacity or ability that accounts for individual…
the use of psychological tests to measure the mind and mental…
a statistical procedure that groups together related items on…
According to spearman, a general factor, derived from factor…
intelligence
An internal capacity or ability that accounts for individual…
psychometrics
the use of psychological tests to measure the mind and mental…
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CCNA Introduction to Networks Chapter 10
B. Clients establish a long term conne…
B. DHCP... C. FTP... D. POP3
D. HTTP
B. SMTP tries to send the messages at…
What is true about the Server Message Block protocol?... A. SMB…
Select three protocols that operate at the Application Layer…
Which application layer protocol uses message types such as G…
Which two actions are taken by SMTP if the destination email…
B. Clients establish a long term conne…
What is true about the Server Message Block protocol?... A. SMB…
B. DHCP... C. FTP... D. POP3
Select three protocols that operate at the Application Layer…
chapter 10 introduction to genetics
genetic
Gregor Mendel
self pollination
true breeding
the scientific study of heredity.
laid the foundation for genetics by working with garden peas.
pollen fertilizes the egg cells in the very same flower.
pea plants allowed to self pollinate, produces offspring iden…
genetic
the scientific study of heredity.
Gregor Mendel
laid the foundation for genetics by working with garden peas.
chapter 10 : introduction to genetics
preformation
selective breeding
heredity
evolution
development by simple enlargement of a tiny, fully- formed or…
breeding of organisms with desirable traits to reproduce offs…
passing traits from one generation to another
process of growth / development
preformation
development by simple enlargement of a tiny, fully- formed or…
selective breeding
breeding of organisms with desirable traits to reproduce offs…
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Introduction to Psych - Chapter 10
Norms (social)
Role
Culture
Entrapment
Rules that regulate social life, including explicit laws and…
A given social position that is governed by a set of norms fo…
A program of shared rules that govern the behavior of members…
A gradual process in which individuals escalate their commitm…
Norms (social)
Rules that regulate social life, including explicit laws and…
Role
A given social position that is governed by a set of norms fo…
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Introduction to Radt, Chapter 10
digital radiograph
CR
DR
the radiograph diagnostic begins
the image is made in decrete units
computed radiograph
digital radiograph
positing the patient... appropriate exposure factors to be used…
digital radiograph
the image is made in decrete units
CR
computed radiograph
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