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Shania S.
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Writing
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Question:

What are some negatives to writing using complicated flowery prose and large words?

Shania S.
Answer:

While having a wide range of vocabulary is positive in most cases, flourishing to the point of access diverts your audience from the point you're trying to make.

Psychology
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Question:

What procedure did David Rosenham's study 2 use?

Shania S.
Answer:

Rosenham told the hospital that over the next three months some of the patients admitted would be fake. Nurses and other staff members were asked to rate all of the new incoming patients on a scale of one to ten but to treat them like all of the other patients. Rosenham did not send any fake patients though and the staff wrongly diagnosed numerous real patients as fake despite the risk of having a false negative diagnosis.

Algebra
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Question:

Factor: 18x^3+3x^2-6x(.3)x(2x-1)(3x+2)

Shania S.
Answer:

-10.8x^4+16.2x^3+6.6x^2 In order to get to this answer you have to distribute (multiplying each term within the parentheses by another term that is outside the parentheses): 18x^3+3x^2+-10.8x^4+-1.8x^3+3.6x^2 Then combine like terms using the exponents: (-10.8x^4)+(18x^3+ -1.8x^3)+(3x^2+3.6x^2)

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