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Subject: Study Skills

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How can one better manage their time when studying?

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Timers, calendar planning, and tactics like the pomadoro method are essential when managing time when studying. Many other answers are appropriate for this question.

Subject: Psychology

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What is the difference between positive and negative reinforcement?

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Reinforcement results in the continuation or strengthening in a behavior. Positive reinforcement suggests that a stimulus is added for the behavior to be strengthened. Negative reinforcement suggests that a stimulus be removed for the behavior to be strengthened.

Subject: Biology

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During typical cellular division, also known as mitosis, what are the steps listed in order? Additionally, what are the potential consequences of one of these steps not occurring as normal?

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Mitosis can be defined as PMAT, which includes prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase. PMAT is followed by cytokinesis. Should one of these steps not occur as normal many issues could occur, including but not limited to issues in genetics. Mutations could occur. For example, an issue in metaphase may result chromosomes not aligning correctly, which may result in abnormalities in chromosome quantities in resulting cells. Other answers are possible for this question.

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