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1. A person who does not recognize the signs of mental illness may not know he needs help. A. True*** B. False 2. Which of the following is not a sign of psychotherapy? A. insight B. cognitive C. medications*** D. group 3. Which is NOT a health professional who treats mental ...

Science
What would happen if gametes were not haploid? a. The offspring would have half the number of chromosomes it is supposed to have. b. The offspring would have double the number of chromosomes it is supposed to have. c. The offspring would be genetically identical to it's parent...

English
I really need help with these prepositions and I don't know if I did it right or not, can you please check? Directions: cross out any prepositional phrases. Underline the subject once and the verb/ verb phrase twice. I don't know exactly how to find the verb phrases, that is ...

English
I really need help on these questions and I don't know if they are correct. Cross out any prepositional phrases. Underline the subject once and the verb/verb phrases twice. 1.) In the spring or summer, I visit our friends for a week. Prepositional phrase: In the spring or ...

PLEASE HELP MS. SUE HELP ME WITH THIS SCIENCE
2. Which of the following describes the genotype and phenotype of parents whose child will definitely have a recessive trait? A. Both parents have a homozygous for the recessive allele and have that trait** B. Both parents have a homozygous for the recessive allele but do not ...

Science
2. Which of the following describes the genotype and phenotype of parents whose child will definitely have a recessive trait? A. Both parents have a homozygous for the recessive allele and have that trait** B. Both parents have a homozygous for the recessive allele but do not ...

Biology
In pea plants, the allele for tall (T) is dominant to the allele for short (t). Which of the following is the percent of offspring that will be tall if a heterozygous plant (Tt) is crossed with a homozygous tall plant? A. 100% B. 75% C. 50% D. 25% i think its A because ...

Children Development
. In what ways have factors from Microsystems outside the family, from the mesosystem, and the exosystem possibly influenced your child’s development at ages 6, 8 and 10? Find four examples of such influences and make clear why you believe they should be categorized at the ...

Child development
n what ways have factors from Microsystems outside the family, from the mesosystem, and the exosystem possibly influenced your child’s development at ages 6, 8 and 10? Find four examples of such influences and make clear why you believe they should be categorized at the ...

Children Development
In what ways have factors from Microsystems outside the family, from the mesosystem, and the exosystem possibly influenced your child’s development at ages 6, 8 and 10? Find four examples of such influences and make clear why you believe they should be categorized at the ...

Children Development
In what ways have factors from Microsystems outside the family, from the mesosystem, and the exosystem possibly influenced your child’s development at ages 6, 8 and 10? Find four examples of such influences and make clear why you believe they should be categorized at the ...

cultural diversity
Which is NOT a strategy that can be implemented by a teacher to understand a family’s goals for his or her child’s linguistic development? A. The teacher can create a parent survey. B. The teacher can assume each family has the same goal for their child to learn English. C...

Math
Consider the equation f(x)= -2 sqrt(X+3). List in order the transformations applied to the parent function.

math
Consider the equation f(x)= -2 sqrt(X+3). List in order the transformations applied to the parent function.

Science
1. Which of the following traits is acquired? A. The number of petals that grow in a plants flower B. the wing shape of a wild bird C. The ability of some gorillas to learn sign language** D. A cheeta’s ability to run faster than any other land animal 2. The height of a ...

Science- RE-DO
1. White skin (W) is dominant over yellow skin (w) in chickens. Which of the following genotypes would result in a white-skinned chicken that could possibly have yellow-skinned offspring? A. WW B. Ww** C. ww 2. Which of the following describes the genotype and phenotype of ...

Science
1. White skin (W) is dominant over yellow skin (w) in chickens. Which of the following genotypes would result in a white-skinned chicken that could possibly have yellow-skinned offspring? A. WW B. Ww** C. ww 2. Which of the following describes the genotype and phenotype of ...

social studies
is it possible for a child born to a parent with huntington's disease to not develop the disease later in life

Gr.11 Biology
In guinea pigs, black cot is dominant to albino. Rough coat us dominant to smooth coat. A black smooth guinea pig was mated with an albino rough guinea pig. Their offspring were black rough and black smooth. If these were the only produced over a period of years of matings, ...

Science
1. A pea plant with yellow seeds is crossed with a pea plant with green seeds. All of the offspring have yellow seeds. The allele for yellow seeds is A. dominant because all of the offspring has yellow seeds** B. recessive because all of the offspring has yellow seeds C. ...

English
The narrator of the "Scarlet Ibis" is a. a young boy with a disability b. a young buy with a disabled brother c. a parent of a disabled child d. an adult who had a disabled brother*** *** - My Answer If you have read this story PLEASE help ThankYou

Buisness
I took a test for my business class and I'm having trouble with these questions. Any help would be appreciated! Thank you! 5.Jim is beginning his research on franchise businesses in order to find one that meets his needs. A quick, easy way to get general information is to A. ...

genetics
We have dealt mainly with only two genes, but the same principles hold for more than two genes. Consider the following cross: A/a ; B/b ; C/c ; D/d ; E/e × a/a ; B/b; c/c ; D/d ; e/e a. What proportion of progeny will phenotypically resemble (1) the first parent, (2) the ...

Math
Problem 3) Lilly collects data on a sample of 40 high school students to evaluate whether the proportion of female high school students who take advanced math courses in high school varies depending upon whether they have been raised primarily by their father or by both their ...

science
what is the probability that if each parent has one brown eye gene and one blue eye gene will have one chance in four that there children will get two blue eye genes?please help.

small business management
An Internet search for information about franchise businesses will not help you find out A. the number of hours you'll have to put in. B. start-up costs. C. the variety of franchise businesses available. D. support you'll receive from the parent corporation. I think that is A

Algebra
When 2 parents and 3 children visit a theme park the admission cost is $57. The cost is $33 for 1 parent and 2 children. Find the cost for 1 adult and the cost for 1 child?

Biology ( Ms.Sue help)
 A parent with type AB blood could not produce a child with type  A. AB. B. A. C. B. D. O. I am stuck!

cda
The natural consequence of forgetting one's lunchbox and not being rescued by a parent, would be A. not being allowed to play with a friend. B. not having lunch at lunch time. C. being reminded to take the lunchbox the next day. D. staying late afterschool. I choose C

Biology
In anaphase of mitosis, the sister chromatids are separated and pulled to the poles. How do these chromatids, which are only half of a duplicated chromosome, become chromosomes? As I understand it, mitosis produces daughter cells that are identical to the parent cells.

algebra
Which of the following equation describes the quadratic parent function after it has been shifted two units down? A. y=x^2-2 B. y=-x^2-2 C. y=x^2+2 D. y=-x^2+2

Math Ms.Sue
1 Henry spends the day at a ski resort. The total trip riding up the main chair lift and skiing down his favorite trail takes 40 to 50 minutes, depending on whether Henry takes a rest along the trail. He gets on the first chair lift at 8:00 am, he takes a one-hour lunch break ...

Math Help From Anybody
1 Henry spends the day at a ski resort. The total trip riding up the main chair lift and skiing down his favorite trail takes 40 to 50 minutes, depending on whether Henry takes a rest along the trail. He gets on the first chair lift at 8:00 am, he takes a one-hour lunch break...

using skills
Which is inappropriate as a section of the parent newsletter? A. Suggestions for supportive home activities B. The problems of individual children C. Special field trips and other special activities D. Math and science units that are currently being experienced my answer is b.

curriculum development
_____ allows teachers to concentrate on the needs of each child. a. record keeping b. having parent teacher conferences c. taking photographs d.sending home report cards I chose A

physics
a parent pushes a kid on a swing, A) If the child on the swing rises 2m above the lowest point during each cycle, what is her speed at the lowest point of the swing? B)If the beginning of a cycle (2m above the lowest point) the child is given a push so that her starting speed ...

Biology
When talking about Mendel's experiments, can the Parent (P) generation also be called P1?

Genetics
What are the parent genotype of virgin brown eyed female and scarlet eye male? They are both recessive traits and the genes are on different autosomes. Would the parent female genotype be... bw/bw,st+/st+ ? and the male genotype be... bw+/bw+,st/st ?

Language Arts
in "your little voice"...what is the purpose of the image of the merry flowers skipping? A) to show that the people in the poem are part of nature B) to help you picture the garden where the poem takes place C) to capture the sound and rhythm of the little voice D)to convey ...

Algebra
I am a parent trying help my son, who has trouble understanding and remembering how to work his math. I never had this math, so it is hard for me to explain it. If I see it worked out. Then I can explain it, (I, Think) here is the problems. A ball is tossed into the air and it...

Math
I am a parent trying help my son, who has trouble understanding and remembering how to work his math. I never had this math, so it is hard for me to explain it. If I see it worked out. Then I can explain it, (I Think) here is the problems. A ball is tossed into the air and it ...

Math
I am a parent and need help with this problem so I can show my daughter how to complete. A recipe calls for 8 cups of flour. The amount of flour is 10 cups less than twice the amount of milk. Write and solve an equation to find the amount of milk in the recipe. I really only ...

english
What Asthma Is 2 We know that family history contributes to susceptibility, but in most cases we don’t know what causes asthma to develop, and we don’t know how to cure asthma. You can control your asthma by knowing the warning signs of an attack, avoiding things that ...

english
It may be cold up North, but down in the Gulf they are fishing—scudding among the Florida Keys in a little white sailboat, landing for lunch on a strand as snowy as the northern streets, where the shimmering distances of white sand are paved with shell and pearl, and the ...

Math
Hi! Can you check my answers to this worksheet? They're the only questions I'm not positive about my answers on. 1. Compared to its parent function, describe the transformation of the following: y = -x3 + 2 A. Reflected with respect to x-axis, moved up 2. B. Reflected with ...

Mendelian Genetics
Assume you are performing a cross between a plant that is heterozygous for the dominant traits red flowers and wrinkled seeds, with a plant that is homozygous for the recessive traits white flowers and smooth seeds. Assume the alleles are R for red flowers, r for white flowers...

english - Compare and Contrast
I would appreciate it if someone would be willing to look over my essay real quick. I just would like to know if I made any critical errors. Please do not correct them just point them out so I can fix it. Thank you very much. General instructions from my teacher: If you quote ...

Math
What is a parent function

Abnormal Psychology
I need help diagnosis this case for my abnormal psychology review. Mr. B is a 20-year-old male college student who was recently arrested for possession of marijuana, which was detected when he was stopped for un¬safe driving. He was charged with driving while intoxicated with...

Pre-Calc
At a swim meet, a parent is videotaping his son from a seat in the stands that is 20 meters past the starting line and 8 meters away from his son's lane. Let x represent the distance the son has swum. a. Write x as a function of (theta). b. At what angle does the parent have ...

math
At a swim meet, a parent is videotaping his son from a seat in the stands that is 20 meters past the starting line and 8 meters away from his son's lane. Let x represent the distance the son has swum. a. Write x as a function of (theta). b. At what angle does the parent have ...

Math
At a swim meet, a parent is videotaping his son from a seat in the stands that is 20 meters past the starting line and 8 meters away from his son's lane. Let x represent the distance the son has swum. a. Write x as a function of (theta). b. At what angle does the parent have ...

trigonometry
At a swim meet, a parent is videotaping his son from a seat in the stands that is 20 meters past the starting line and 8 meters away from his son's lane. Let x represent the distance the son has swum. a. Write x as a function of (theta). b. At what angle does the parent have ...

Great Expectations
Who lives with the aged parent in Great Expectations?

ENGLISH
The ff passage contains some run on sent. Rewrite the passage and correct the run ons by separating complete sent or joining them w/ coordinate or subordinate conjunctions. “Jojo was arrested by the police he got caught smoking marijuana. He stayed in detention for a night ...

Probability MATH
can someone please check my answers. 7. A married couple is expecting another child. They already have 3 boys. What are the chances of them having another boy? 1/4 8. After having had the four boys the couple is expecting another child. What is the chance of them having ...

Life-Span Development
I need for someone to check my questions letters that I match up to the answers that I chose Here are the questions 1. Concrete Operational Stage (I chose d) 2.Egocentrism (I chose i) 3.Formal Operational Stage (I chose h) 4.Influences on the Development of Self Concept (I ...

Parents, Finances, and School-Age Children
Why must parents be involved in their child's day care program when it's sponsored by the government? A. The government doesn't want the caregiver to replace family care. B. Parents can judge the abilities of the staff at the center. C. Parent involvement frees the staff to ...

Juvenile Justice
Studies show that early association with deviant peers is especially prevalent among youth who are from dysfunctional families that: A. provide little supervision or monitoring. B. are single-parent households. C. have at least one domineering parent. D. have three or more ...

Early Childhood/Art and Creative Development
Which of the following would be an appropriate use of technology for an 18-month old child? a. watching a Baby Einstein Video b. Skyping with a traveling parent c. Listening to an audiobook. d. Playing Angry Birds (b) because I think Baby Einstein got bad reviews and ...

Math
Which function could be the parent of y = 3|x| ? A)y = |x| B)y = 3x C)y = x3 D)y = 3 + x

Chemistry
I am a parent trying to help with my childs homework. This is the question that has us stuck. Can you assist us? Boron trioxide B203 , reacts with waterto produce boric acid, B(OH)3. B2O3(s) + 3H2o (l) -> 2B(OH)3(s) Ricardo adds 27.2 g of B2O3 to an excess of h2O, and the ...

working with parents and families
The tone of the parent-caregiver relationship is set by the A. home visit. B. initial facility visit. C. brief chats at arrival and departure times each day. D. child's first day.  C is the wrong answer I think the answer is B

working with parents and families
The caregiver uses a _______ for anticipating and dealing with the concerns of parents when they've enrolled or are enrolling a child in the caregiver's program.  A. parent conference B. parent handbook C. parent discussion group D. newsletter  The answer is B

working with parents and families
The responsibility for a parent to become involved in a center's activities  A. lies primarily with the parent. B. can't be assigned to either the parent or the caregiver. C. lies primarily with the caregiver. D. is shared by the parent and the child.  Is it D? A is wrong :(

Physical Education 8A
Will someone please check my answers? I starred my answers. 1. A person who does not recognize the signs of mental illness may not know he needs help. A. True* B. False 2. Which of the following is not a sign of psychotherapy? A. insight B. cognitive* C. medications D. group 3...

working with parents and families
The common goal of the caregiver-parent relationship is A. what the parent can gain. B. the parents' rights. C. what's best for the child. D. what the caregiver can gain C.

working with parents and families
Which of the following items should not be included in a child care facility's parent handbook? A. Statement of the facility's program philosophy B. Summary of scheduled events at the facility C. Names of and information about staff members D. Names of and information about ...

working with parents and families
When parents ask for advice that you aren't capable of giving, you should use your _______ to refer them to someone who can assist them. A. guest speaker B. parent discussion group C. parent handbook D. resource file D.

working with parents and families
Which one of the following is usually scheduled to occur at least twice a year? A. Parent-caregiver conference B. Parent discussion group C. Parents' volunteer appreciation day D. Newsletter A.

working with parents and families
The purpose of including a dress code in the parent handbook is to ensure that children are A. neatly and cleanly dressed. B. dressed in a manner reflecting their parents' income. C. dressed in comfortable and suitable clothing. D. all dressed alike so that no child feels ...

working with parents and families
Parents should view a parent-caregiver conference as a time to be used primarily for A. sharing information and ideas about their child. B. the caregiver's evaluation of their parenting techniques. C. informing the caregiver of their wishes concerning their child. D. the ...

working with parents and families
At home, Harry's father never allowed him to touch any tools. At the day care center Harry attends, the caregiver allows a confused Harry to hammer and saw. This example illustrates the caregiver's and the parent's lack of A. a common goal. B. beliefs. C. values. D. common ...

working with parents and families
The responsibility for a parent to become involved in a center's activities A. lies primarily with the parent. B. can't be assigned to either the parent or the caregiver. C. lies primarily with the caregiver. D. is shared by the parent and the child. A.

working with parents and families
New parents often experience stress and insecurity in their new and developing role as a parent. A caregiver can help to alleviate some of this stress by A. helping the parents to learn more about the developmental levels of children. B. criticizing their parenting skills. C. ...

working with parents and families
The best device for presenting complete information about day care fees and policies is the A. conference. B. parent handbook. C. advertising brochure. D. newsletter. B.

working with parents and families
The caregiver uses a _______ for anticipating and dealing with the concerns of parents when they've enrolled or are enrolling a child in the caregiver's program. A. parent conference B. parent handbook C. parent discussion group D. newsletter B.

work with parents and families
The tone of the parent-caregiver relationship is set by the A. home visit. B. initial facility visit. C. brief chats at arrival and departure times each day. D. child's first day. C.

work with parents and families
When a parent asks for your help and you refer them to a resource within the community they A. are probably not going to follow through and use your referral B. are usually just asking for future reference and don't need assistance at that time. C. usually feel more ...

work with parents and families
To succeed, a parent-caregiver relationship must be based on mutual A. Trust B. Wariness C. Doubt D. Ability A.

The practice of working with school age children
According to the Harvard Research Project, the three primary and interrelated factors critical to achieving youth outcomes are A. beginning on time, daily interaction, and strict discipline. B. enjoyable transitions, friendly parent-teacher relations, and imaginative stories. ...

The practice of working with school age children
Open house, back-to-school nights, and conferences are specifically planned for _______ participation. A. corporate B. parent C. governmental D. public B.

The practice of working with school age children
According to the Harvard Research Project, the three primary and interrelated factors critical to achieving youth outcomes are    A. beginning on time, daily interaction, and strict discipline. B. enjoyable transitions, friendly parent-teacher relations, and imaginative ...

The practice of working with school age children
Traditionally, parent-teacher conferences took place between the teacher and the _______. However, this participation role is changing.  A. employer B. father C. mother D. siblings  A.

The practice of working with school age children
According to the Harvard Research Project, the three primary and interrelated factors critical to achieving youth outcomes are   A. beginning on time, daily interaction, and strict discipline. B. enjoyable transitions, friendly parent-teacher relations, and imaginative ...

The practice of working with school age children
According to the Harvard Research Project, the three primary and interrelated factors critical to achieving youth outcomes are  A. beginning on time, daily interaction, and strict discipline. B. enjoyable transitions, friendly parent-teacher relations, and imaginative stories...

The practice of working with school age children
Traditionally, parent-teacher conferences took place between the teacher and the _______. However, this participation role is changing. A. employer B. father C. mother D. siblings A.

The practice of working with school age children
According to the Harvard Research Project, the three primary and interrelated factors critical to achieving youth outcomes are A. beginning on time, daily interaction, and strict discipline. B. enjoyable transitions, friendly parent-teacher relations, and imaginative stories. ...

The practice of working with school age children
What of these is most likely to foster a nurturing environment? A. Caregiver-responsive B. Child-responsive C. Adult-responsive D. Parent-responsive B.

The practice of working with school age children
A _______-centered program is most helpful to the children served. A. school B. parent C. child D. family C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
The term distal supervision means  A. supervision by a nonworking parent. B. a lack of supervision. C. self-supervision. D. supervision from a distance.  Is this answer C.

Psychologic
According to research led by Sarina Saturn, which of the following is predicted by variations of a particular gene on the third chromosome, which influences oxytocin functioning? How well a person reads others’ emotions. How sensitive of a parent a person will be. The extent...

Psychologic
Which of the following is most consistent with findings from research on how becoming a parent relates to happiness? There is an increase in parents' happiness levels just around the time of childbirth that gets larger for each successive child. There is no systematic ...

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
The term distal supervision means A. supervision by a nonworking parent. B. a lack of supervision. C. self-supervision. D. supervision from a distance. Is this answer D.

guidance
The number of adults supervising a specific number of children in a classroom is known as the _______ ratio. A. child-to-parent B. director-to-teacher C. teacher-to-parent D. child-to-adult D

Science
1. How might sexual reproduction decrease an organism’s chance of survival? A)If the offspring inherits a genetic combination that includes a harmful trait, it could decrease the organism’s chance of survival. ***** B)If the offspring inherits the exact same genetic ...

science
1) a pea plant with yellow seeds is crossed with a pea plant with green seeds. all of the offsprings have yellow seeds. the allele for yellow sees is a. Dominate because all offspring have yellow seeds. b. Recessive because all of the offsprings have yellow seeds. c. dominant ...

Science
In humans, having dimples is a dominant trat. In order for a child to have dimples A. at least one parent must not have dimples and pass on the recessive allele. B. both parents must not have dimples and pass on the recessive allele. C. both parents must have dimples and pass ...

program planning
A well-developed curriculum that has been planned to support individual differences will also support  A. a "clean your plate" rule during meal time for all children.B. a strict standard nap time policy.C. cultural diversity.D. individual parent demands. My answer is C 

program planning
Information provided by a parent on an enrollment form can be shared with unauthorized persons only if _______ gives written consent. A. an agent from the state licensing agencyB. the parentC. a staff memberD. the program director My answer is B

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