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Subject: Basic Math

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If I am traveling on the free way going 60 miles per hour and I travel for 6 hours. How far did I travel on the free way?

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Answer:

360 miles because if you times 60 (which is the rate of travel) by 6 (which is the time traveled) then the solution would be 360 miles!

Subject: Psychology

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Explain the Social Psychological concept of "Social Loafing" and a real world example of it.

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Answer:

When human beings have the tendency to not put forth as much effort as the rest of the group. The reason is because we save ourselves effort due to others being involved in the same task. For example if I am in a group for school and all of us have been given the same project as a group. Some team members will do less work than others because they know that others in the group may do more of their fair share.

Subject: Anatomy

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Name three anatomical or physiological terms used for the small intestine? These can be on the macro or micro level. The answer can also be short in length or long to explain in depth for further understanding.

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First would be the duodenum because it is at the beginning of the small intestine. The second would be the ischium and the third would be the ileum. These three are gross terms for major sections of the small intestine. If we look deeper into the cellular level of the small intestine then terms such as microvilli, smooth muscle tissue and the physiological process of peristalsis might be appropriate to answer this question.

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