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    The importance of literacy in a person’s life is very important, the ability to read and write. If a person does not know how to read or write how is someone going to know what signs say. Also when people go to a job interview and a manager gives the person the job and they pay that person less then what they are supposed to be paying the person. Also, what about when you get a paper in the mail and they are giving you money how are you supposed to know is that Being independent and not asking…

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    American Sign Language, body language, English, Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, and a myriad of programming languages; these are all of the things in which, at one time or another, I attempted to gain literacy. I have always been fascinated with the way people communicate and interact with one another, knowingly or not. Communication, however, is not merely limited to the spoken or written word. In fact, a lot of what we encounter in everyday life does not fall into the traditional realm of language.…

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    Introduction Molecular orbital theory allows for the relation between the nature of chemical bonds and the properties of molecules.1 Many times, the frontier molecular orbitals, named HOMO and LUMO, are analyzed in order to predict these properties. In this lab, each double bond corresponds to a molecular orbital. The HOMO, or highest occupied molecular orbital is the most energetic (highest n-value) orbital that contains an electron. The n-value is equal to the number of double bonds present.…

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    CONCLUSION Within this conclusion, the three aforementioned inquiries posed within the portion titled “Bonding in Alcohols in Relation to Boiling Point” will be answered thoroughly within an analytic context. 1) “On average, by how many degrees celsius does the boiling point increase when the addition of an extra carbon atom in a straight-chain homologous series of saturated alcohols occurs?” On average, as per calculations conducted, the boiling point increases by a magnitude of…

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    The Critical Problem of Adult Illiteracy in the U.S. and Solutions to the Problem Frederick Douglass once said, “Once you learn to read, you will forever be free” (Cardoza, 2013). Millions of U.S. adults do not possess basic reading and writing skills, and may be deemed “illiterate” or “functionally illiterate”. “Illiterate” means unable to read or write at all and “functionally illiterate” means that one does not possess sufficient reading and writing skills to function successfully in…

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    Illiteracy In America

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    Illiteracy is defined as the state of not being able to read, write or have knowledge of a specific subject. This research paper will discuss and pinpoint direct reasons as to why the rates of teenage illiteracy in America has risen throughout the years. There will be ideas of how our educators, family and friends can and has helped to prevent this from affecting upcoming generations . This specific issue has also led to raise other rates such as; high school dropouts and juveniles criminal…

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    phobia vasovagal fainting response consists of two phases. First there is a brief spike in heart rate and blood pressure. This increase is immediately followed by a dramatic decrease in heart rate and blood pressure, causing the person to lose consciousness (Diagnostic…

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    your body just went through a response known as the fight or flight response also known as the acute stress response. The fight or flight response evolved as a mechanism enabling humans and other mammals to react quickly to potentially life-threatening dangers. The sequence of physiological response and hormonal changes allows for someone to choose between fleeing to safety and fighting off the threat. The body is very sensitive, however, and oftentimes the response is triggered by stressors…

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    The book The Glass Castle by Jeanette Walls has left a great impact on me because I feel a few of Jeanette 's many problems she went through during her younger life is somewhat similar to what I have gone through. Not many people know about my life at home but this quote from the The Glass Castle I think accurately states the kind of life I am living and how Jeanette’s life is similar to mine,“I wanted to let the world know that no one had a perfect life, that even the people who seemed to have…

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    The length of time that people know someone tends to be a justified reason that they can trust that person. This scenario tends to occur in close or life-lasting relationships. These particular companions recognize their friend for who they are, as well as the friend that they once were (Pearson). Dr. Irene Levine, suggests that having a mutual history together enables them to express themselves more comfortably to one another. They may have also taken part of other meaningful experiences in…

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