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A patient has been diagnosed with schizophrenia. Which of the following MUST have been observed in this patient?
Positive symptoms are the requirement for diagnosing schizophrenia. Positive symptoms include aspects of disease such as hallucinations and delusions. These are referred to as "positive" because they are an aspect of mental thought that absent in those who do not have Schizophrenia. It is typically to require positive symptoms for diagnosis because unlike negative symptoms, these types of attributes are typically synonymous with the disease.
Why does DNA form a right-handed helical structure?
DNA is comprised of a few components: the hydrophobic bases and the hydrophilic phosphate groups. The hydrophobic bases favor interactions with each other as well as hydrogen bonding capabilities. The hydrophilic sugar backbone which contains the phosphate groups prefer to be exposed to the water solvent due to the hydrophilic nature.
Find the y-intercept of the equation 3x-8y=24 and graph the equation as well.
y = 4 and the line would be linear with a slope of 1/2.
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