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Nancy M.
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Subject: Study Skills

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Which of the following choices are healthy study habits? A. Reviewing study materials for short periods of a time, over the course of a few days B. Staying up the night before a test to make sure you study as much as you can C. Chewing the same flavor gum while studying and while taking a test D. Taking frequent breaks while studying E. All of the above F. A, C, & D

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Answer:

The correct answer is F! Reviewing study materials over a few days helps you retain information more effectively, compared to cramming the night before. Chewing the same flavor gum while studying and testing can create an association between the flavor and the information, helping you remember more! Taking frequent breaks while studying can ensure productivity, while also preventing you from becoming overwhelmed.

Subject: English

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Which set of words are an example of Parallel Structure? a. Writing, Talking, Walking b. Write, Typing, Erasing c. Erase, Chase, Wrote d. Both A and C e. None of the Above

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Answer:

A -- Parallel Structure is the term used to describe words that have similar grammatical structure. In this example, Answer A is correct because it has three words that end in -ing.

Subject: Algebra

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A store manager creates a graph to estimate how many customers will visit the store after its grand opening. The equation for the line, which measures how many people come in after a certain number of days, is: y = 15x+3 If x represents the number of days and y represents the number of people who show up, how many people can we expect to see at the store after 14 days?

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Answer:

She can expect 213 people after 14 days.

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