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# Tutor profile: Shanna W.

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Shanna W.
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### Subject:Nursing

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The patient in room A has a blood pressure of 125/70, a heart rate of 87 bpm, and reports no pain. The patient in room B has a blood pressure of 118/90, a heart rate of 75 bpm, and reports pain on a scale of 1-10 as a 6. Which patient has an abnormal vital sign and must be assessed first?

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The patient in room B needs to be assessed first. The patient in room A has normal vital signs and is reporting no pain. The patient in room B has normal blood pressure and a normal heart rate. However, they are rating pain as being a 6 out of 10. Pain is considered to be the fifth vital sign. Whenever pain is reported by a patient consider that as a priority signal that they need to be assessed first in comparison to other patients with normal vital signs.

### Subject:Pre-Algebra

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In the following, solve for X. 24 - X= 18

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The answer is X= 6 Subtract 24 from both sides. -X = -6 X cannot be negative. Divide each side by 1 over -1. The negatives will cancel out. X=6

### Subject:Study Skills

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When studying it is important to study smarter, not harder. What is an appropriate study time to break time ratio to get the best understanding of the material?

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Shanna W.

The appropriate study to break time ratio is 50 minutes of studying to a 10-minute break. This ratio allows for a person to focus only on material for 50 minutes while acknowledging they will be receiving a brain break. It has been found that studying for longer than 60 minutes at a time decreases the amount of material one absorbs effectively.

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