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Aaliyah T.
Economics and Political Science Student at Baylor University, Junior
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Study Skills
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Out of the options listed, what is the best way to learn new information? A. Memorize it B. Teach it to some one C. Write it out D. Connect information to what you already know. E. B,C,D

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Answer:

E. B,C,D Memorizing can only get you so far. If you memorize you are likely to forget in the long run. Good ways to learn new information is to teach it to someone, write it out, or do your best to connect new information to what you already know. These are more sustainable and you will be more likely to remember what you learned in the long run.

Basic Math
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If Uriah has 15 brownies and he gives Micah 5, his mom 6, and you 4, how many brownies will Uriah have left?

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Answer:

Uriah has 0 brownies left. 15 - 5 - 6 - 4 = 0 If Uriah has 15 brownies and he gives 5 to Micah, he will have 10 brownies left. 15 - 5= 10 If Uriah has 10 brownies and he gives 6 to his Mom, he will have 4 brownies left. 10 - 6 = 4 If Uriah has 4 brownies and he gives 4 to you, he will have 0 brownies left. 4 -4 =0

US History
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Often US history is taught as a series of sequential events with a singular narrative. What are the dangers of singular narrative when it comes to studying history?

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The danger of a singular narrative is that it ignores different perspectives and blinds students of history from the truth behind events in the past. American history has the luxury of having a variety of different perspectives because of the large array of culture and history that has been in constant interaction for centuries. It is important to look at American history from different perspectives to hear lost voices and to make inferences about how the past effects us now.

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