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Tutor profile: Elizabeth K.

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Subject: Nursing

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You are auscultating a patients lower abdomen to observe bowel sounds. You notice that the patient's bowels have made no sounds in the last 2 minutes. What is this called?

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Answer:

Paralytic Ileus

Subject: Study Skills

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Thinking on your study skills how do approach preparing for an exam? Do you procrastinate and cram? Do you study for weeks on end prior to the exam? Do you have a study buddy or do you study alone?

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Answer:

Everyone has individual techniques to successful study skills. We just need to find what fits you the best.

Subject: US History

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Why did the Pilgrims come to America?

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To be able to express their religious freedom. They had become unsatisfied with the Protestant church and wanted to practice a new religion in a place where they would not be punished.

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