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Lillian L.
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I am having trouble approaching my Chemistry cumulative final. It requires my knowledge of many scientists (dates, where they are from, what they did), experiments (who did it, when was it done, what did it accomplish or discover), equations, and vocabulary. I am stuck on where to even begin! How do I organize this effectively so I am not overwhelmed.

Lillian L.
Answer:

I would start with writing everything you need to know on flashcards. Once you have done that separate them into four piles: scientists, experiments, equations, and vocabulary. From there put the scientists and experiments into chronological order. This will help you get a basic understanding of who/what came from a close time period and you can see if there are any similarities. Once you have done that go one pile at a time. I would recommend studying 5 at a time. Each time you have finished 5 new flashcards add all of the newly studied flashcards to the ones you have already studied. This is a time-consuming way of studying but it is a good way of catching a lucky first guess and will help narrow down the harder terms.

Film and Theater
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Question:

What are Anne Bogart's Nine Viewpoints that help actors?

Lillian L.
Answer:

The two categories of viewpoints are Time and Tempo. Category 1: Time 1) Tempo- How fast/slow something happens onstage 2) Duration- How long a group of specific people stay inside a certain section of movement before it changes 3) Kinesthetic Response- The timing in which the actor responds to motion from outside of them 4) Repetition- The repeating of something onstage. Two types of Repetition: External and Internal Category 2: Space 1) Shape- The contour/outline the body makes in space. There are 3 relationships in space: The body in shape, the body in relationship to shape, and the body in relationship to other bodies making a shape. 2) Gesture- A movement involving parts of the body that has a beginning middle and end. There is Behavioral and Expressive gesture. 3) Architecture- The Physical environment in which you are working and how awareness of it affects movement. The categories of architecture are: Solid mass, texture, light, color, and sound. 4) Spatial Relationship- The distance between things onstage 5)Topography- The landscape, floor pattern, and design we create in movement through space

Algebra
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Question:

Solve the following equation for x. 5 = 7- 2(3x - 1) + 4x

Lillian L.
Answer:

1st step: Follow the rule of PEMDAS and multiply -2(3x - 1)= -6x +2 IMPORTANT: Make sure to remember that when a negative number is multiplied by another negative number, the number becomes positive. 5= 7-6x+2 +4x 2nd step: Add together the like terms on the right side. This would be 7 + 2, and -6x +4x. 5= 9 - 2x 3rd step: The objective of this problem is to find x. So we must isolate x. Isolating x means making sure that x is the only component on its respective side. In order to isolate x we can simply subtract 9 from both sides. 5 - 9 = -2x 4th step: Simplify the left side by adding 5-9. -4 = -2x 5th step: The last thing we need to do is get rid of the coefficient -2 which is in front of the x. In order to do that all we have to do is divide -4 by -2. Answer: x = 2

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