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Which nutrient contains the most kilocalories per gram?

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Which nutrient contains the most kilocalories per gram?
What are carbohydrates, protein, and fat are known as?
“Natural” is the word that the USDA uses to describe unprocessed foods
What is the name of the nutrient intake level estimated to meet the needs of 50 percent of the individuals in a life-stage and gender group?
What is the the term that describes the  maximum levels of daily nutrient intakes that are unlikely to pose health risks to almost all individuals in the group for whom they are designed?
Janice is studying the breakfast choices of male and female students at Apex College for her senior research project. What type of study is this?
Alana is looking for a way to identify a reputable supplement vitamin manufacturer. What is one factor that might help?
What types of studies are conducted by pharmaceutical companies before new drugs can be released in the market?
The school dietitian is required to include all of the MyPlate food groups in each day’s student lunches. Please select the only menu below that meets that requirement.
Which answer is NOT a way to build a sustainable food system?
Which of the following is NOT a risk factor for metabolic syndrome?
Where in the gastrointestinal tract does the majority of nutrient digestion and absorption take place?
Increasing fiber in the diet may decrease symptoms of the gastrointestinal disorder diverticulitis. Which one of the following is NOT a benefit of eating a high fiber diet?
Why are carbohydrates important for health?
The FDA regulates supplements under a different set of regulations than those covering "conventional" foods and drug products.
What is the name of the process that breaks foods apart into smaller units?
What is the name of the structure whose primary function is to store and concentrate bile?
Which of the following is NOT a digestive disorder?
What percentage of the Daily Value of fiber is contained by a food considered to be a "good source of fiber"?
What is the name of the organelle in the cell that produces energy?
From the list below, place the major organs of the gastrointestinal tract of the digestive system in order from start to finish, numbering them from 1 (start) to 6 (finish). Then label the remaining accessory organs as 9. Each correctly identified organ of digestion answer is worth 1 point (10 pts total).
What is the AMDR for protein?
How many amino acids can’t be synthesized in the body?
Which of the following is a complete protein?
Which source of protein is the lowest quality?
What do enzymes do to chemical reactions?
Most Americans don’t consume adequate protein daily.
What is the AMDR of fat?
Which type of fatty acid has two or more carbon double bonds?
A triglyceride molecule is composed of ____________ glycerol(s) and ____________ fatty acid(s).
Which of the following is NOT a health benefit of consuming omega-3 fatty acids?
Most water is lost daily via:
Which organs/glands are important in regulating water output?
Why is very little sodium (200 mg) required in the diet for a sedentary individual?
What is an Adequate Intake of sodium (mg/day) for an adult aged 19 to 50 years?
Which one of the following foods has the lowest sodium content?
What is NOT a natural function that water promotes within the human body?
What is the name of the primary mechanism used by cells to maintain water balance between themselves and their surrounding environment?
How could the condition of hyponatremia occur?
What are the names of the hormones that play an important role in the regulation of potassium in the body?
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The most common cause of food-borne illness is the presence of what in foods?
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What is the most important agent of socialization?

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What is the most important agent of socialization?
What is the principal difference between an interest group and a political party?
When a citizen votes for a candidate who currently holds office, what message is that voter sending?
A political party’s election platform is composed of a series of positions on various political issues that are important to voters. These positions are also called
According to economist John Kenneth Galbraith, any one interest group will never gain too much power because several smaller ones will come together in a coalition, thus balancing the power of the one large interest group. The term he coined for this coalition is called
Individuals develop their values and ideology through agents of socialization, which are
The idea that a plurality election system tends to favor a two-party system over a parliamentary system is known by what term?
__________________________ is an essential ingredient to a fair trial.
What is the key determinant of who votes in the United States?
The Fourth Amendment guarantees U.S. citizens that their homes and persons will be not be searched without
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The Bill of Rights protects all of these rights except

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The Bill of Rights protects all of these rights except
The plan introduced at the Constitutional Convention that provided for a strong central government was known as the
What effect did the Articles of Confederation have on the newly created states?
Harold Lasswell’s statement of “who gets what, when, and how” is one definition of
English philosophers Thomas Hobbes and John Locke shared the view that all government arrangements should be based on what principle?
This document was primarily written by Thomas Jefferson and signed on July 4, 1776.
Of the 13 states in existence at the time, how many states needed to ratify the Constitution for it to take effect?
What mechanism does the Constitution include for removing an executive from office?
This approach was implemented to separate the government into three distinct branches in order to prevent any one branch from holding too much power.
Members of this ideological group typically do not support the Affordable Care Act and argue that the government should not have control over the health care industry, as this is seen as an infringement on individual liberties.
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STAT 200 Introduction to Statistics Quiz 3 Solution

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If the P-value of a hypothesis test comparing two means was 0.25, what can you conclude?

2. (4 points) Imagine a researcher wanted to test the effect of the new drug on reducing blood pressure. In this study, there were 50 participants. The researcher measured the participants’ blood pressure before and after the drug intake. If we want to comparethe mean blood pressure from the two time periods with a two-tailed t test, how many degrees of freedom are there?
 

3. (4 points) When sample size increases, ​
 

4. (4 points) α=0.05 for a two-tailed test. Assume that the data has a normal distribution and the number of observations is greater than fifty. Find the critical z value used to test a null hypothesis.
 

5. (4 points) In a sample of 47 adults selected randomly from one town, it is found that 9 of them have been exposed to a particular strain of the flu. Find the P-value for a test of the claim that the proportion of all adults in the town that have been exposed to this strain of flu is 8%.
 

6. (4 points) For a simple random sample, the size is n=17, σ is not known, and the original population is normally distributed. Determine whether the give conditions justify testing a claim about a population mean µ.
 

8. (4 points) The duration of telephone calls directed by a local telephone company: σ=4.2 minutes, n=400, 97% confidence. Use the confidence level and sample data to find the margin of error E.
 

9. (15 points) Below are the statistics for electricity usages of two neighborhoods. Perform a hypothesis test to settle the dispute that neighborhood 1 uses less energy than neighborhood 2.
 

10. (15 points) It is commonly accepted that the mean temperature of human is 98.6oF. Yours truly has nothing better to do but measured the temperatures of 26 colleagues 1 to 4 times daily to get a total of 123 measurements. The collected data yielded a sample mean of 98.4oF and a sample standard deviation of 0.7oF. Is the mean temperature of his colleagues less than 98.6oF at the 0.01 significance level? Justify your answer with the proper statistics.
 

11. The recommended daily allowance (RDA) of cobalamine (Vitamin B12) for growing teens is 2.4 µg (micrograms). It is generally believed that growing teens are getting less than the RDA of 2.4 µg of cobalamine daily.
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SOCS 325 Environmental Sociology Midterm Answers

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SOCS 325 Environmental Sociology Midterm Answers

(TCO 1) Climatologists continue to debate global warming. Which of the following is NOT an argument against the global warming hypothesis?
(TCO 2) The Conservation Reserve Program was funded in the United States to conserve which of the following precious resources?
(TCO 3) Environmental goods and environmental bads are:
(TCO 4) According to the economist Fred Hirsch, a "positional good" is a good or commodity:
(TCO 5) Although we know that money can't buy happiness, research in Britain and the United States suggests that:
(TCO 6) According to your text, automobiles are implicated in which of the following environmental problems?
(TCO 7) Amartya Sen argues that famine is the result of:
(TCO 7) What percentage of the world's current population growth is taking place in poor countries?
(TCO 3) What percentage of the world's original forests remain?
(TCO 5) The story of the National City Line (NCL) demonstrates:
(TCO 1) What environmental threats and issues does environmental sociology and environmental sociologists try to solve? List some. Which are short-term and long-term issues? Pick one of these threats and or issues and describe how you would try to solve it as an environmental sociologist.
(TCO 2) Describe the environmental impact of industry and how it influences human health. Provide a few examples of these impacts. Also, describe in detail how some of these environmental risks and disasters impact human health by causing illness and even death.
(TCO 4) Describe in detail what consumption is and how it relates to marketing and capitalism. Provide a few examples. Compare and contrast some of the positive and negative aspects of capitalism. How does this relate to free markets?
(TCO 6) Describe the economics and politics of implementing green technology in our society. Why are we so slow to move toward this type of green technology and away from petroleum? Compare and contrast which forms of green technology might realistically be built in the next 10 years. Which ones do you think need to wait until a future to be built, and why?
(TCO 7) Describe in detail our population's impact on the environment. Provide a few detailed examples. Also, compare and contrast population rates in different parts of the world. Which areas are increasing more than others, and why? Do you think the human population will continue to always increase?
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POL 201 Week 4 Quiz Answers / American National Government

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POL 201 Week 4 Quiz Answers / American National Government

What is the most important agent of socialization?
What is the principal difference between an interest group and a political party?
When a citizen votes for a candidate who currently holds office, what message is that voter sending?
A political party’s election platform is composed of a series of positions on various political issues that are important to voters. These positions are also called
According to economist John Kenneth Galbraith, any one interest group will never gain too much power because several smaller ones will come together in a coalition, thus balancing the power of the one large interest group. The term he coined for this coalition is called
Individuals develop their values and ideology through agents of socialization, which are
The idea that a plurality election system tends to favor a two-party system over a parliamentary system is known by what term?
__________________________ is an essential ingredient to a fair trial.
What is the key determinant of who votes in the United States?
The Fourth Amendment guarantees U.S. citizens that their homes and persons will be not be searched without
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POL 201 Week 2 Quiz Answers / American National Government

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What is the term for when a district is intentionally configured to maximize the influence of a certain group?
The desire to cut federal funding for anti-poverty programs was an objective of ____________ Federalism.
What parts of the United States were described by Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis as “laboratories of democracy”?
Congress has an implied power to do something not explicitly described in the Constitution that is necessary to fulfill its other constitutional requirements. This power is based in the
Which constitutional amendment states that all powers not specifically delegated to the federal government become powers held by the states or by the people?
Which of these is not an argument for maintaining the federal system?
In a federal system, national power is shared with which type of government?
The majority leader of the House of Representatives supervises lieutenants who gauge support for specific bills among members of their party. These lieutenants are also called
A Senate procedure that allows members to extend debate of a bill indefinitely is called
Which branch of government ultimately decides how much money to appropriate to the military?
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NUTR 100 Elements of Nutrition Final Exam Answers

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NUTR 100 Elements of Nutrition Final Exam Answers

Which nutrient contains the most kilocalories per gram?
What are carbohydrates, protein, and fat are known as?
“Natural” is the word that the USDA uses to describe unprocessed foods
What is the name of the nutrient intake level estimated to meet the needs of 50 percent of the individuals in a life-stage and gender group?
What is the the term that describes the  maximum levels of daily nutrient intakes that are unlikely to pose health risks to almost all individuals in the group for whom they are designed?
Janice is studying the breakfast choices of male and female students at Apex College for her senior research project. What type of study is this?
Alana is looking for a way to identify a reputable supplement vitamin manufacturer. What is one factor that might help?
What types of studies are conducted by pharmaceutical companies before new drugs can be released in the market?
The school dietitian is required to include all of the MyPlate food groups in each day’s student lunches. Please select the only menu below that meets that requirement.
Which answer is NOT a way to build a sustainable food system?
Which of the following is NOT a risk factor for metabolic syndrome?
Where in the gastrointestinal tract does the majority of nutrient digestion and absorption take place?
Increasing fiber in the diet may decrease symptoms of the gastrointestinal disorder diverticulitis. Which one of the following is NOT a benefit of eating a high fiber diet?
Why are carbohydrates important for health?
The FDA regulates supplements under a different set of regulations than those covering "conventional" foods and drug products.
What is the name of the process that breaks foods apart into smaller units?
What is the name of the structure whose primary function is to store and concentrate bile?
Which of the following is NOT a digestive disorder?
What percentage of the Daily Value of fiber is contained by a food considered to be a "good source of fiber"?
What is the name of the organelle in the cell that produces energy?
From the list below, place the major organs of the gastrointestinal tract of the digestive system in order from start to finish, numbering them from 1 (start) to 6 (finish). Then label the remaining accessory organs as 9. Each correctly identified organ of digestion answer is worth 1 point (10 pts total).
What is the AMDR for protein?
How many amino acids can’t be synthesized in the body?
Which of the following is a complete protein?
Which source of protein is the lowest quality?
What do enzymes do to chemical reactions?
Most Americans don’t consume adequate protein daily.
What is the AMDR of fat?
Which type of fatty acid has two or more carbon double bonds?
A triglyceride molecule is composed of ____________ glycerol(s) and ____________ fatty acid(s).
Which of the following is NOT a health benefit of consuming omega-3 fatty acids?
Most water is lost daily via:
Which organs/glands are important in regulating water output?
Why is very little sodium (200 mg) required in the diet for a sedentary individual?
What is an Adequate Intake of sodium (mg/day) for an adult aged 19 to 50 years?
Which one of the following foods has the lowest sodium content?
What is NOT a natural function that water promotes within the human body?
What is the name of the primary mechanism used by cells to maintain water balance between themselves and their surrounding environment?
How could the condition of hyponatremia occur?
What are the names of the hormones that play an important role in the regulation of potassium in the body?
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The most common cause of food-borne illness is the presence of what in foods?
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IFSM 300 Information Systems in Organizations Final Exam VMFD

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HIT 203 Quiz 6 Answers / International Classification of Diseases Coding I with Lab

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Female Reproductive System and Obstetrics; Placement, Administration, Measurement, and Monitoring; and Extracorporeal Assistance,  Performance, and Therapies

 (TCO 5) The approach to be assigned for Cesarean Section procedures is
(TCO 5) When twins are delivered by C-section and one twin is delivered using low forceps and the other is delivered using internal version,
(TCO 3) When a patient has an injection of a steroid, the root operation assigned is
(TCO 3) When a patient has stockings on to increase circulation, the root operation is
(TCO 3) The reversal of a previous tubal ligation procedure is called tubotubal anastomosis and is coded with the root operation of
(TCO 3) Typically a transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) is assigned to the root operation of
(TCOs 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) The ICD-10-PCS code(s) used when a woman has an episiorrhaphy due to perineal laceration during the delivery is _____.
(TCOs 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) The ICD-10-PCS code(s) used for an extraperitoneal c-section, low transverse incision is _____.
(TCO 5) The _____ are long, fibrous tubes that connect each kidney to the bladder.
(TCOs 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) Using your coding manual and/or the encoder software, assign the correct ICD-10-PCS code(s) for the following procedure.
NOTE: Code only the Medical and Surgical section codes.

PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Ischemic cardiomyopathy.

POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Ischemic cardiomyopathy.

PROCEDURE PERFORMED:

1. Orthotopic heart transplantation.

2. Removal of pacemaker.

3. Cutdown of radial artery with arterial line insertion.

4. Swan Ganz catheter insertion.

ANESTHESIA TYPE: General.

INDICATIONS:

The patient is a 24-year-old with a history of ischemic cardiomyopathy, listed as 1A for cardiac transplantation a heart became available for the patient. The risks and possible complications

were discussed with the patient and he agreed to undergo the procedure.

PROCEDURE: The full procedure will be dictated by primary surgeon. Upon arrival with the donor heart, the patient was already on cardiopulmonary bypass and his heart had been explanted. The donor heart was removed from the cooler and was inspected and found to be intact. The left atrium was first anastomosed. This was followed by the IVC and SVC. Next, the pulmonary artery was re-anastomosed with a running 4-0 suture. The aorta was then anastomosed. The Swan Ganz catheter was directly placed into the pulmonary artery prior to the pulmonary artery anastomosis. The patient was then rewarmed. The cross clamp was removed and the heart began to beat in sinus rhythm. Echocardiogram revealed good cardiac function. At this time hemostasis was ensured. Pacer wires were placed. Bilateral pleural spaces were entered and a large right pleural effusion was drained. Three chest tubes were then inserted with one in each pleural space and a third in the mediastinum. Again hemostasis was checked and ensured. At this time sternal wires were then placed in a figure-of-eight fashion. The soft tissue was then approximated in layers. The skin was then closed with a running 3-0 Vicryl suture. The patient's pacemaker was removed from the left chest pocket. Hemostasis was achieved in a pocket. This wound was then closed in multiple layers as well. The chest tubes were then watched for approximately 30 minutes in the operating room. There was no evidence of any significant bleeding. At this time the patient was then transferred to the cardiovascular intensive care unit in fair condition.

Note: Your answer should include 2 codes.
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HIT 203 Homework 7 Solution / International Classification of Diseases Coding I with Lab

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Osteopathic, Other Procedures, and Chiropractic Sections; Imaging, Nuc  Med, Rad Therapy; Physical Rehab and Diagnostic Audiology,  Mental Health, and Substance Abuse Treatment

 (TCO 3) The root type used in the Nuclear Medicine section, which involves the introduction of radioactive materials into the body for measurements of organ function, from the detection of radioactive emissions.
(TCO 5) The treatment of two or more individuals with a mental health disorder by behavioral, cognitive, psychoanalytic, psychodynamic, or psychophysiological means to improve functioning or well-being is
(TCO 3) This root type is used in the Mental Health section and provides information from the monitoring and regulating of physiological processes in conjunction with cognitive-behavioral techniques to improve patient functioning or well-being.
(TCO 3) This root type is used in the Imaging section and involves a computer-reformatted digital display of multi-planar images developed from the capture of radio-frequency signals emitted by nuclei in a body site excited within a magnetic field.
(TCO 5) The application of controlled electrical voltages to treat a mental health disorder is called:
(TCO 5) This method of osteopathic treatment uses gentle, larger mobilization movements used to relieve tension.
(TCO 5) Planar nuclear medicine imaging is also referred to as:
(TCO 5) The administration of intravenous barbiturates in order to release suppressed or repressed thoughts is
(TCO 5) This method of osteopathic treatment uses forces quickly applied to a discrete area; commonly known as a thrusting or “popping” technique.
(TCO 5) This method value is used in the Other Procedures section and is also called reflexology:
(TCO 3) The root type assigned for a mammography is
(TCO 3) This root type is used in the Physical Rehabilitation and Diagnostic Audiology Section and involves training in activities to support patient’s optimal level of function.
(TCO 5) The approach to be assigned for DaVinci’s robotic-assisted procedure is:
(TCO 3) The root type assigned for bone x-rays is:
(TCO 5) This method value is used in the Other Procedures section and describes the stimulation of anatomical points on the body using a variety of thin, solid, metallic needles that penetrate the skin and are manipulated by hand or electrical stimulation.
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HIT 203 Homework 5 Solution / International Classification of Diseases Coding I with Lab

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Muscular, Skeletal, Urinary, and Male Reproductive Systems

(TCO 5) This term describes a slightly movable joint, such as the connection between the ribs and the sternum.
(TCO 3) When a vasectomy is accomplished using electrocautery to sever the vas deferens, the root operation assigned is:
(TCO 3) If a renal transplant is rejected, the later removal of the transplanted kidney is coded to the root operation:
(TCO 3) The placement or insertion of a urinary catheter is coded to the root operation:
(TCO 5) This term describes an immovable joint, such as the sutures between the bones of the head.
(TCO 3) Tenolysis is coded to the root operation of:
(TCO 3) The root operation used to code an orchiopexy is:
(TCO 5) Examples of these devices include: a monoplanar device, a uniplane device, limb-lengthening device, and a ring device
(TCO 5) This term describes a freely movable joint, such as shoulders, knees, and elbows.
(TCO 5) This approach is not available as an option in the muscular system
(TCO 3) The root operation assigned for a patient that has a circumcision is:
(TCO 3) Tenotomy is coded to the root operation of:
TCO 3) If the objective of the procedure is to cut into, transect, or otherwise separate all or a portion of a body part, the root operation is:
(TCO 4) This body part, while frequently accessed through the urinary system and the cause of many urinary problems, is not a part of the urinary system in ICD-10-PCS. It is a body part within the male reproductive system.
(TCO 3) When a urinary calculus is broken up, such as with extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy, the root operation assigned is:
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ECE 312 Week 4 Assignment Leadership and Management / Administration of Early Childhood Education Programs

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ECE 312 Week 4 Assignment Leadership and Management / Administration of Early Childhood Education Programs

Leadership and Management. Early childhood administrators need to be well-versed in standards set by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Having comprehensive knowledge of these standards will help to ensure a quality early childhood program. Review the article, “Overview of the NAEYC Early Childhood Program Standards” with particular attention to Standard 10: Leadership and Management.

Rationale:

Excellent programming requires effective governance structures, competent and knowledgeable leadership, as well as comprehensive and well-functioning administrative policies, procedures, and systems. Effective leadership and management create the environment for high-quality care and education by:

Ensuring compliance with relevant regulations and guidelines

Promoting fiscal soundness, program accountability, effective communication, helpful consultative services, positive community relations, and comfortable and supportive workplaces.

Maintaining stable staff; and

Instituting ongoing program planning and career development opportunities for staff as well as continuous program improvement. 

Application:

You are the director of your own childcare center. Using Standard #10 in “Overview of the NAEYC Early Childhood Program Standards” as a guide, create an eight- to ten-slide PowerPoint presentation to share with your staff, demonstrating the following NAEYC points:

Effective communication
o Explain how you will effectively communicate with your staff.

Comfortable and supportive workplaces
o Describe how you will create a comfortable and supportive workplace for your staff.

Career development opportunities for staff
o Discuss how you will create professional development opportunities for your staff.

Hiring and retention
o Explain how you will attract and retain quality staff members.

Your eight- to ten-slide PowerPoint presentation (in addition to your title and reference slides) should:

Creatively address the material including graphics, visuals, charts, graphs, and/or sound;

Be designed to clearly and concisely address the material;

Be formatted according to APA style, including the title slide, reference slide, and in-text

citations;

Utilize the notes section of the PowerPoint to expand on the presented points. These notes

would be your talking points when presenting this to your staff; and

Use at least one scholarly source in addition to the course text. 
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What is the term for when a district is intentionally configured to maximize the influence of a certain group?

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What is the term for when a district is intentionally configured to maximize the influence of a certain group?
The desire to cut federal funding for anti-poverty programs was an objective of ____________ Federalism.
What parts of the United States were described by Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis as “laboratories of democracy”?
Congress has an implied power to do something not explicitly described in the Constitution that is necessary to fulfill its other constitutional requirements. This power is based in the
Which constitutional amendment states that all powers not specifically delegated to the federal government become powers held by the states or by the people?
Which of these is not an argument for maintaining the federal system?
In a federal system, national power is shared with which type of government?
The majority leader of the House of Representatives supervises lieutenants who gauge support for specific bills among members of their party. These lieutenants are also called
A Senate procedure that allows members to extend debate of a bill indefinitely is called
Which branch of government ultimately decides how much money to appropriate to the military?
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The three components of a security program are protecting the privacy of data, ensuring the integrity of data, and ensuring the ________.

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The three components of a security program are protecting the privacy of data, ensuring the integrity of data, and ensuring the ________.

Question 1 options:



A) 

security of hardware

 



B) 

validity of data

 



C) 

availability of data

 



D) 

security of data

 

 

Question 2 (1 point)

 

Which of the following situations violate a patient's privacy?

Question 2 options:



A) 

The hospital provides patient names and addresses to a pharmaceutical company to be used in a mass mailing of free drug samples.

 



B) 

The physician on the quality improvement committee reviews medical records for potential quality problems.

 



C) 

The hospital sends patients who are scheduled for deliveries information on free childbirth classes.

 



D) 

The hospital uses aggregate data to determine whether or not to add a new operating room suite.

 

Question 3 (1 point)

 

A record that has been requested by subpoena duces tecum is currently located at an off-site microfilm company. By contacting the microfilm provider, you learn that the microfilm is ready and the original copy of the record still exists. What legal requirement would compel you to produce the original record for the court?

Question 3 options:



A) 

motion to quash

 



B) 

subpoena instanter

 



C) 

best evidence rule

 



D) 

hearsay rule

 

Question 4 (1 point)

 

Spoliation is the term that refers to the wrongful destruction of evidence or the failure to preserve property, which addresses which of the following methods of discovery?

Question 4 options:



A) 

interrogatories

 



B) 

e-discovery

 



C) 

deposition

 



D) 

request for admissions

 

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STAT 200 Introduction to Statistics Week 1 Discussion

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STAT 200 Introduction to Statistics Week 1 Discussion

We are inundated with statistics everyday.  Are we going to trust everything we read in the newspapers or hear on the radios?  Or should we to take Mark Twain’s dictum, lies, damned lies, and statistics, to be our modus operandi?
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STAT 200 Introduction to Statistics Quiz 2 Solution

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A tourist in France wants to visit 5 different cities. If the route is randomly selected, what is the probability that she will visit the cities in alphabetical order?

2. (4 points) Thirty randomly selected students took the calculus final. If the sample mean was 89 and the standard deviation was 6.2, construct a 99% confidence interval of the mean score of all students. Assume that the population has a normal distribution.

3. (4 points) The t distribution becomes closer to a normal distribution when the degrees of freedom ​.
 

4. (4 points) A police department reports that the probabilities that 0, 1, 2, and 3 burglaries will be reported in a given day are 0.49, 0.42, 0.06 and 0.03, respectively. What is the mean of the given probability distribution?
 

5. (4 points) Among the contestants in a competition are 43 women and 21 men. If 5 winners are randomly selected, what is the probability that they are all men?
 

6. (4 points) The standard deviation for the binomial distribution with n=50 and p=0.6 is: A. 7.58
 

7. (4 points) The incomes of trainees at a local mill are normally distributed with a mean of
$1100 and a standard deviation of $120. What percentage of trainees earn less than $900 a month?

8. (4 points) For a standard normal distribution, find the percentage of data that are between 3 standard deviations below the mean and 2 standard deviation above the mean.
 

9. (12 points) A soda company want to stimulate sales in this economic climate by giving customers a chance to win a small prize for every bottle of soda they buy. There is a 20% chance that a customer will find a picture of a dancing banana ) at the bottom of the cap upon  opening up a bottle of soda. The customer can then redeem that bottle cap with this picture for a small prize. Now, if I buy a 6-pack of soda, what is the probability that I will win something, i.e., at least win a single small prize?
 

10. (12 points) A department store manager has decided that dress code is necessary for team coherence. Team members are required to wear either blue shirts or red shirts. There are 9 men and 7 women in the team. On a particular day, 5 men wore blue shirts and 4 other wore red shirts, whereas 4 women wore blue shirts and 3 others wore red shirt. Apply the Addition Rule to determine the probability of finding men or blue shirts in the team.
 

11. We have 7 boys and 3 girls in our church choir. There is an upcoming concert in the local town hall. Unfortunately, we can only have 5 youths in this performance. This performance team of 5 has to by picked randomly from the crew of 7 boys and 3 girls.
 

12. (12 points) Most of us hate buying mangos that are picked too early. Unfortunately, by waiting until the mangos are almost ripe to pick carries a risk of having 7% of the picked rot upon arrival at the packing facility. If the packing process is all done by machines without human inspection to pick out any rotten mangos, what would be the probability of having at most 2 rotten mangos packed in a box of 12?
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Skills that are directly related to a particular job (such as experience in selling for a job in sales) are called

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Skills that are directly related to a particular job (such as experience in selling for a job in sales) are called
Media gatekeepers
If a student tries to persuade fellow students to donate money to charity by showing them pictures of starving children in order to arouse their pity, the student is using which method of proof?
Communication has been a subject of systematic study for
In public communication, the two most important aspects of speaker credibility are
People who see definitions as constructions rather than discoveries believe that
According to the author of your text, nonverbal communication is made up of
Generally, hard rock fans do not tune in to radio stations with easy-listening formats and non-believers do not watch televangelists. This is an example of
Which is true of public communication as compared to other forms of communication?
The argument, “work out three times a week and you’ll feel better about yourself,” is based on which of Maslow’s needs?
According to filtering theory, when we decide to eliminate people because they use inappropriate turn-taking cues or unpleasant facial expressions and eye contact, which kind of filter are we using?
The type of kinesic message that is most like the spoken word is the
When an audience is swayed not by the logic of a speaker’s message but by their high regard for the speaker’s character, they are being influenced by which method of proof?
The looking glass self is
If you had studied with Aristotle, the focus of your studies would have been on
Which is NOT a function of media?
Ethos is
In ancient Greece, the study of communication was known as
Person prototypes are
Which is NOT a characteristic of language?
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POL 201 Week 3 Quiz Answers / American National Government

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During times of war, presidents often extend their powers and sometimes limit individual rights in the name of protecting the country and its citizens. This is referred to as
According to the Constitution, how many justices must comprise the Supreme Court?
Which president would be characterized as active-positive based on James Barber’s scale?
This power allows the president to release from prison anyone who has committed a federal crime.
The Judiciary Act of 1789 divided the country into this many court districts.
What event provided the impetus to do away with the spoils system and reform the federal civil service?
Which is not part of a president’s political administration?
In what fashion is the federal bureaucracy structured to carry out the law?
The secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture is an example of what type of political appointment?
This act required all able-bodied white male citizens between the ages of 18 and 45 to enroll in their state’s militia.
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POL 201 Week 1 Quiz Answers / American National Government

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The Bill of Rights protects all of these rights except
The plan introduced at the Constitutional Convention that provided for a strong central government was known as the
What effect did the Articles of Confederation have on the newly created states?
Harold Lasswell’s statement of “who gets what, when, and how” is one definition of
English philosophers Thomas Hobbes and John Locke shared the view that all government arrangements should be based on what principle?
This document was primarily written by Thomas Jefferson and signed on July 4, 1776.
Of the 13 states in existence at the time, how many states needed to ratify the Constitution for it to take effect?
What mechanism does the Constitution include for removing an executive from office?
This approach was implemented to separate the government into three distinct branches in order to prevent any one branch from holding too much power.
Members of this ideological group typically do not support the Affordable Care Act and argue that the government should not have control over the health care industry, as this is seen as an infringement on individual liberties.
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In Plato’s Myth of the Cave (Republic VII), we see the prisoners at the bottom

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Topic:  In Plato’s Myth of the Cave (Republic VII), we see the prisoners at the bottom of the cave entrapped and subject to error, illusion, and dogmatism.  After reading our materials on “Technology in the 21st Century,” identify three forms, uses, or dangers of using technology about which we are in a situation similar to the prisoners—essentially, blind to the dangers.

Length:  Short paper of 2-4 pages.

Format:  Very tight, traditional paper using an introduction, body, and conclusion. Guidelines will be found in the Writing Modules of this course in Course Resources.

Suggestion: Be very precise about places, forms of technology, and dates.

Please use 2 sources in addition to the materials in our course.
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If the P-value of a hypothesis test comparing two means was 0.25, what can you conclude?

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If the P-value of a hypothesis test comparing two means was 0.25, what can you conclude?

2. (4 points) Imagine a researcher wanted to test the effect of the new drug on reducing blood pressure. In this study, there were 50 participants. The researcher measured the participants’ blood pressure before and after the drug intake. If we want to comparethe mean blood pressure from the two time periods with a two-tailed t test, how many degrees of freedom are there?
 

3. (4 points) When sample size increases, ​
 

4. (4 points) α=0.05 for a two-tailed test. Assume that the data has a normal distribution and the number of observations is greater than fifty. Find the critical z value used to test a null hypothesis.
 

5. (4 points) In a sample of 47 adults selected randomly from one town, it is found that 9 of them have been exposed to a particular strain of the flu. Find the P-value for a test of the claim that the proportion of all adults in the town that have been exposed to this strain of flu is 8%.
 

6. (4 points) For a simple random sample, the size is n=17, σ is not known, and the original population is normally distributed. Determine whether the give conditions justify testing a claim about a population mean µ.
 

8. (4 points) The duration of telephone calls directed by a local telephone company: σ=4.2 minutes, n=400, 97% confidence. Use the confidence level and sample data to find the margin of error E.
 

9. (15 points) Below are the statistics for electricity usages of two neighborhoods. Perform a hypothesis test to settle the dispute that neighborhood 1 uses less energy than neighborhood 2.
 

10. (15 points) It is commonly accepted that the mean temperature of human is 98.6oF. Yours truly has nothing better to do but measured the temperatures of 26 colleagues 1 to 4 times daily to get a total of 123 measurements. The collected data yielded a sample mean of 98.4oF and a sample standard deviation of 0.7oF. Is the mean temperature of his colleagues less than 98.6oF at the 0.01 significance level? Justify your answer with the proper statistics.
 

11. The recommended daily allowance (RDA) of cobalamine (Vitamin B12) for growing teens is 2.4 µg (micrograms). It is generally believed that growing teens are getting less than the RDA of 2.4 µg of cobalamine daily.
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HIT 203 Quiz 3 Answers / International Classification of Diseases Coding I with Lab

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Anatomic Regions, Nervous System, Sense Organs, and Respiratory System 

 (TCOs 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) Using the encoder software, the correct code for a resection of meningioma from the temporal lobe, sent for frozen section, is:
(TCO 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) Using the encoder software, determine the correct code for a bronchoscopy.
(TCOs 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) Using the encoder software, determine the correct code for “Neurolysis of the median nerve, utilizing a needle through the skin.”
(TCOs 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) Using the encoder software, determine the correct code for laparoscopic ventral hernia repair with Paritex mesh.
(TCOs 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) Using the encoder software, determine the correct code for an above-knee amputation, right distal femur.
(TCO 5) When coding non-coronary bypass operations, the fourth character identifies the _____ and the seventh qualifier specifies the _____.
(TCO 5) Body systems designated as upper- and lower- extremity regions contain body parts located above or below the _____.
(TCO 3) The root operation used for casting of a nondisplaced fracture is _____.
(TCO 3) The root operation, _____, is used when the entire lymph node chain is removed.
TCOs 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) Using your coding manual and/or the encoder software, assign the correct ICD-10-PCS code(s) for the following procedure.
Procedure: Open reduction and internal fixation of bilateral tibial plateau fractures.
Indications: This 23-year old was involved in a serious accident and sustained bilateral tibial plateau fractures.
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HIT 203 Homework 6 Solution / International Classification of Diseases Coding I with Lab

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Female Reproductive System and Obstetrics; Placement, Administration, Measurement, and Monitoring; and Extracorporeal Assistance,  Performance, and Therapies

HIT 203 Homework 6 Solution / International Classification of Diseases Coding I with Lab

Female Reproductive System and Obstetrics; Placement, Administration, Measurement, and Monitoring; and Extracorporeal Assistance,  Performance, and Therapies

(TCO 3) When sterilization is accomplished by the complete removal of the fallopian tubes, the root operation assigned is:

(TCO 3) The root operation that means, “exerting a pulling force on a body region in a distal direction” is:

(TCO 3) Cesarean deliveries are coded to the root operation:

(TCO 3) When sterilization is accomplished by occluding the fallopian tubes with sutures, clips, or rings, the root operation assigned is:

(TCO 3) The root operation(s) that means, “taking out or off a device from a body region and putting back an identical or similar device in or on the same body region without cutting or puncturing the skin or a mucous membrane” is:

TCO 3) When a woman has a baby vaginally and no instrumentation or incision is needed, the root

(TCO 3) The root operation which means, “taking over a portion of a physiological function by extracorporeal means,” is:

(TCO 3) The root operation which means, “putting material on a body region for protection” is:

(TCO 3) The root operation which means, “completely taking over a physiological function by extracorporeal means.”

(TCO 3) All of the following are root operations used in the Extracorporeal Assistance and Performance Section, EXCEPT for:

(TCO 3) During the in vitro fertilization process, when the fertilized eggs are implanted inside the body, this is coded in the administration section using the root operation of:

(TCO 3) The root operation for a cervical cerclage procedure is:

(TCO 3) When sterilization is accomplished by burning the fallopian tubes with electrocautery, the root operation assigned is:

(TCO 3) When a woman has a baby vaginally and an incision or instrumentation is required, such as

(TCO 3) This root operation is defined as, “determining the level of a physiological or physical function at a point in time.”
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HIT 203 Homework 4 Solution / International Classification of Diseases Coding I with Lab

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Circulatory System, Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Systems, Endocrine and Lymphatic Systems,  and Integumentary System  

(TCO 5) The stomach is divided into areas called the cardia, fundus, body, antrum, and pylorus. The only division of the stomach that is identified by an individual body part value in ICD-10-PCS is the:
(TCO 3) When liposuction is performed for cosmetic purposes, the root operation assigned is:
(TCO 5) The body part value (character 4) used to classify the inguinal lymph nodes in the lymphatic and hemic systems is:
(TCO 4) There are a few hormone-secreting organs that are considered to be part of the endocrine system, though they are not found in the endocrine system section of ICD-10-PCS. An example is the hypothalamus, which can be found in the:
(TCO 5) ICD-10-PCS defines “skin” as including:
(TCO 3) Since bone marrow is pulled or stripped out during a biopsy, the root operation assigned is:
(TCO 3) Sleeve gastrectomy is a procedure performed in bariatric medicine to reduce the size of the stomach by removing the greater curvature of the stomach. The root operation assigned for this procedure is:
(TCO 3) When an entire lymph node chain is cut out, the appropriate root operation is:
(TCO 3) When a physician performs a bariatric procedure, whereby he or she creates a bypass between the stomach and the jejunum, commonly referred to as a Roux-en-y, the root operation assigned is:
(TCO 3) The root operation for a PTCA is:
(TCO 3) When liposuction is performed for medical reasons (such as obtaining the patient’s own fat tissue to use as an autologous tissue substitute), the root operation assigned is:
(TCO 3) The root operation for a CABG is:
(TCO 5) In ICD-10-PCS, the coding of coronary bypass procedures is different from the coding of non-coronary bypass procedures. When coding a coronary bypass, the “body part” (character 4) is the:
(TCO 3) When a physician performs a bariatric procedure, whereby he or she applies adjustable gastric bands to reduce the size of the stomach, the root operation assigned is:
(TCO 5) In ICD-10-PCS, the coding of coronary bypass procedures is different from the coding of non-coronary bypass procedures. When coding a coronary bypass, the “qualifier” (character 7) is the:
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