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Tutor profile: Sherrie S.

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Subject: Nursing

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A man whose wife and twin sons were killed by a drunk driver 12 months ago tells the nurse at the mental health clinic he is feeling better. Which statement indicates that he should continue therapy? (A) "I've stopped losing weight and am more focused at work, but some days I feel sad." (B) "It's still hard to believe they're gone, but I can tell I'm doing better." (C) "I hate going to bed because the nightmares just wake me up." (D) "I've joined the state campaign to get drunk drivers off the road before others die."

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Answer:

(C) "I hate going to bed because the nightmares just wake me up." It is normal to still feel sad. That statement alone does not mean you still need therapy. Option B is also a healthy statement because the man acknowledges that they are gone, even if it's hard to believe it. Option D is a great and healthy way to focus energy on his situation.

Subject: Physical Science

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Which of the following forces favor(s) the movement of surrounding interstitial fluid into the capillary lumen (i.e., fluid absorption into the capillary) (A) Hydrostatic blood pressure in the capillary (B) Colloid osmotic pressure of the interstitial fluid surrounding the capillary (C) Hydrostatic pressure of the interstitial fluid surrounding the capillary (D) Colloid osmotic pressure of plasma

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Answer:

(C) Hydrostatic pressure of the interstitial fluid surrounding the capillary (D) Colloid osmotic pressure of plasma

Subject: Algebra

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What are the fundamental principles of algebra? What makes it different than basic math or arithmetic?

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Algebra is basically the field of math that is one step more conceptual than arithmetic. Arithmetic is the manipulation of numbers through basic math functions. Algebra introduces a variable, which stands for an unknown number or can be substituted for an entire group of numbers.

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