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Earth Science
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Question:

What is the difference between a focus and an epicenter when talking about earthquakes?

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Answer:

The focus is the subterranean point where rock breaks or moves under stress causing an earthquake. The epicenter is the point on the earth's surface directly above the focus.

Art History
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Question:

What role did automatism play for artists like Robert Motherwell, Jackson Pollock and David Smith?

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Answer:

Automatism evolved out of the New York School. For Motherwell, Pollock and Smith, automatism closely associates consciousness with experience. The art lies in the artist's experience producing, and the product is an artifact or record.

Algebra
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Question:

Richard has a bottle of cold medicine that contains 500 mg of the active ingredient, acetaminophen. The bottle contains 100 ml of syrup. Richard's doctor prescribed 20 mg of acetaminophen. How many doses does the bottle contain? How much syrup is in each dose?

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Answer:

Since there are 500 mg available in one bottle, we will first calculate to find out how many doses are in each bottle. Following his prescription, Richard needs 20mg per dose. We will divide 500mg/btl by 20mg/dose, leaving us with 25 doses/bottle. Now that we know there are 25 doses within one bottle, the amount of syrup per dose is figured by dividing the number of ml/btl by dose/btl. 100ml/btl divided by 25 dose/btl= 4 ml/dose.

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