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Two large plane surfaces are 4.8 cm apart. The space between the gap is filled with oil. What force is required to drag a thin plate of size 0.5 m between two large plane surfaces at a speed of 0.6 m/sec. if the thin plate is (i) in the middle gap (ii) thin plate is 0.8 cm from one of the plane surfaces. Take dynamic […]
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1. What prevents the fuel pump inside the fuel tank from catching the gasoline on fire? a. Electricity is not used to power the pump. b. No air is around the motor brushes. c. Gasoline is hard to ignite in a closed space. d. All of the above 2. A good fuel pump should be able to supply how much fuel per minute? a. 1/4 […]
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Which of these topics would be appropriate for an informative speech? A. How to drive defensively so that you can avoid a traffic accident. B. How to call in sick when you just need a day off. C. How to create fictitious credentials for your résumé that are certain to impress employers.
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In Figure 9.3, by how much is the market overproducing cars? How much global output is lost annually as a result of adult deaths from secondhand smoke if the average adult produces (a) $10,000 output per year, (b) $20,000 output per year? (see News Wire Externalities)?
External link to The marker that is determined using a neutralization assay is: a. HBsAg b. HBc c. Anti-HCV d. HCV
1. Besides focus groups, what other type of qualitative data could have been used to answer the research questions? 2. Describe the process of developing the codebook for retrieving the themes from the focus groups.
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As an individual consumes more of a given good, the marginal utility of that good to the consumer a. rises at an increasing rate. b. rises at a decreasing rate. c. falls. d. rises. The amount of added utility that a consumer gains from the consumption of one more unit of a good is called a. incremental utility. b. total utility. c. diminishing utility. d. […]
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The Tragedy of the Commons is said to arise because: a. individuals will fish so long as the marginal private costs equal the marginal private benefits. b. individuals will fish so long as the marginal social costs equal the marginal private benefits. c. individuals will convert open access property into private property. d. individuals will convert open access property into common property.
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Proof: 4-10-2020 ALLAMA IQBAL OPEN UNIVERSITY, ISLAMABAD (Department of Computer Science) WARNING PLAGIARISM OR HIRING OF GHOST WRITER(S) FOR SOLVING THE ASSIGNMENT(S) WILL DEBAR THE STUDENT FROM AWARD OF DEGREE/CERTIFICATE, IF FOUND AT ANY STAGE. SUBMITTING ASSIGNMENT(S) BORROWED OR STOLEN FROM OTHER(S) AS ONES OWN WILL BE PENALIZED AS DEFINED IN AIOU PLAGIARISM POLICY. Course: Computer Communications & Networks (3438) Semester: Autumn 2020 Level: BS […]
External link to Indirect antiglobulin testing is used for: a. detection of in vivo antibody coating of red cells b..
What is the predominate cell type infiltrate present in viral myocarditis? Which upper respiratory infectiousbacteria can cause myocarditis? What is acute pericarditis? What are some clinical signs and symptoms of acute pericarditis? What is a friction rub? What is the diagnostic sign on an electrocardiogram (ECG)? Name the most common viral causes of pericarditis: Name the other common causes of pericarditis:
External link to DTT is useful when an antibody to the ___________ antigen is suspected. a. Duffy b. Lewis c. Kidd d.
Explain why consumers would not be willing to pay the full costs of a less-polluting car in the absence of government regulations. Evaluate the following statement: When products pollute, government solutions are more efficient than market solutions.
External link to Pheresis may be used to collect all of the following except: a. leukocytes b. platelets c. plasma d.
D4.5. A 15-nC point charge is at the origin in free space. Calculate V1 if point P1 is located at P1(-2, 3, -1) and (a) V = 0 at (6, 5, 4); (b) V = 0 at infinity; (c) V = 5 V at (2, 0, 4)
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What type of glomerulonephritis is a streptococcal infection associated with? What is the most common urinary complaint? What is the standard treatment of S. pyogenes pharyngitis? Which species of bacteria causes membranous pharyngitis associated with a low-grade fever, obstructive laryngotracheitis, and bull neck from cervical adenopathy? What is the mechanism of action of its exotoxin? What is the treatment of C. diphtheria infection?
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To maximize profi ts, a monopsonist will hire the quantity of labor to the point where the marginal factor cost is equal to a. marginal physical product. b. marginal revenue product. c. total revenue product. d. any of the above.
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In affinity chromatography, how is the desired antigen extracted from the bound antibodies? In the complement fixation technique, an antigen of interest and patients serum is mixed with complement. If addition of the sensitized red blood cells (RBCs) (RBC with the antigen of interest) results in hemolysis, what can be said about the result? Limulus amoebocyte lysate (LAL) is a purified extract from the horseshoe […]
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In what organ does this occur? What two processes eliminate immature T cells lacking proper antigen receptor specificities? What mechanism drives cell elimination in positive selection? What process results in apoptosis of T-helper cells (CD4+, Th) or cytotoxic T cells (CD8+, Tc) bearing TCRs for self-proteins? What cytokine released by activated Th cells further stimulates Th-cell survival/proliferation?
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What is the main pathologic finding of chronic rejection? What cell causes the vascular pathology that develops in chronic rejection? What is the hypothesized cause of chronic rejection? What causes minor histocompatibility mismatches between the donor and recipient? What are the drugs used for postoperative immunosuppression? What is the mechanism behind the use of OKT3?
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What virus causes fever and malaise, progressing to a maculopapular rash extending downward from the face to xtremities? Why is rubella virus infection concerning in pregnant women? What systemic fungus in the San Joaquin valley can go to disseminate to almost any organ, but the meninges, bone, and skin are particularly important?
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What is Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome and what are its most common manifestations? How is N. meningitidis spread to close contacts? How can N. meningitides infection be prevented in close contacts? How are N. meningitidis infections prevented? What is the treatment of N. meningitidis infection? Which part of N. gonorrhoeae undergoes antigenic variation making it difficult to completely eradicate or develop a vaccine?
External link to An anti-Jka will react more strongly with: a. cell 1 b. cell 2 c. cells 1 and 2
What fungus is found in the Ohio and Mississippi river valleys, grows in soil contaminated by bird droppings, and causes pneumonia with intense exposure? What type of cell wall does Histoplasma have? What type of cells does H. capsulatum infect and what is expected on lung tissue biopsy? What dimorphic fungus is endemic to the eastern United States, and rarely in Latin America, and commonly […]
External link to Reverse grouping cells are manufactured from: 1. group O cells 2. group A cells 3. group AB cells 4.
What genetic subtype makes patients more susceptible to reactive arthritis? What is reactive arthritis (Reiter syndrome)? What viruses can cause arthritis secondary to immune complex crossover? What is the treatment? What is Fournier gangrene? Which species of bacteria causes gas gangrene?
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An 18-year-old woman presents with a sore throat. She is sexually active with a new boyfriend who was recently treated for an unknown sexually transmitted disease (STD). What is the most likely diagnosis? How do you diagnose this? Name the common diseases caused by Escherichia coli: Where does E. coli normally colonize and how is it transmitted? How is an E. coli infection diagnosed?
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How does this influence choice of antimicrobial therapy? How is Chlamydia diagnosed in the laboratory? Can Chlamydia be visualized with Gram stain? What disease is caused by Chlamydia trachomatis serotypes A, B, C? Serotypes D-K? Is there lifelong immunity to Chlamydia? What are the most common bacterial sexually transmitted diseases?
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What treatments reduce the likelihood of GVHD? Define tolerance. Why is tolerance medically important? Where do the most self-tolerancesensitive stages of lymphocyte maturation occur and why? What form of tolerance is this known as? What are the two central lymphoid organs? What is the principal mechanism of central tolerance? In central tolerance, immature lymphocytes with high-affinity receptors for self-antigens are deleted.
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Name the two most common organisms that cause sty (infection of the eyelids) What are the primary symptoms associated with conjunctivitis? What bacteria are the most common causes of bacterial conjunctivitis by age group? What three viruses are the most common cause of viral conjunctivitis? What is the leading cause of infectious blindness in the United States? HSV-1 infects not just the conjunctiva,but also the […]
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In the MIT case, which students are harmed by the Ivy League schools coordination of scholarship policy? Professional baseball is exempt from antitrust laws. Should colleges and universities also be exempt from antitrust laws?
External link to Cryoprecipitate may be used to correct a deficiency of all the following except: a. Factor I b….
What accounts for these differences? What is affinity maturation? What genetic process drives affinity maturation? What is the name of the process by which immature B cells expressing immunoglobulins with a high affinity for self-antigens are restricted from becoming mature? What type of cell stimulates B-cell clonal expansion, isotype switching, affinity maturation, and differentiation into memory B cells?
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Ms . Synder wants to buy a television at an electronics store . All televisions at the store are 3/4 of the original price , p . She has $40 discount coupon she will use during the sale . what is the equation Ms . snyder will use to find the final price , f . of the television?
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1. What are the other names for a line wrench? 2. What are the standard automotive drive sizes for sockets? 3. Which type of screwdriver requires the use of a hammer or mallet? 4. What is inside a dead-blow hammer? 5. What type of cutter is available in left and right cutters? 6. The proper term for Vise Grips® is ______________. a. Locking 1. What […]
Name the organisms that most commonly cause hospital-acquired (nosocomial) pneumonia: What bacterium is associated with causing infections in burn, neutropenic, and cystic fibrosis patients? What gives Pseudomonas colonies their distinguished color? What is the mechanism of action of the Pseudomonas toxin? What are the risk factors for P. aeruginosa? What is the common radiographic finding of bronchiectasis?