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Chloe R.
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Question:

How do I study for a cumulative final exam that I have in 2 weeks that I haven’t studied for?

Chloe R.
Answer:

Take all your materials and divide them into 6 equal parts. Choose 7 days to study, if you’re a visual learner purchase a white board and draw everything out. If you learn better through memory find a space to pace back and forth as you repeat your materials (I used to do this all the time). After you have completed 1 section for each of the 6 days use the 7th day to review, pull anything you don’t remember and study those parts the most.

Basic Math
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Question:

Sally had 3 Apples and John had 4, if John have Rebecca 3 how many apples does sally have?

Chloe R.
Answer:

Sally has 3 apples. To solve this problem I would have the student draw each person or write their names. I would then have them draw the number of apples they have next to it in order for the student to have a better understanding.

Anatomy
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Question:

Define Homeostasis

Chloe R.
Answer:

Homeostasis can be many types of balance, but in this case homeostasis is the balance of the body in order to reach an overall equilibrium whether it be through the bodies liquids, blood counts, etc.

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