Cheating When in college people face a multitude of different temptations, be it for good or bad. One of the hardest temptations to resist is undoubtedly the enticement of cheating. Students are constantly being offered the opportunity to cheat whether it is on tests, quizzes, or homework. Sometimes the teachers make it almost too easy. They do things such as handing out multiple-choice tests with no variation, and leaving the room for minutes at a time. With homework, a student can usually type the first question into Google, and a page with all of the answers will come up. More often than one would think, teachers repeat their tests each semester without changing them, so when a student is lucky they can get a copy of the test with all the answers and eliminate the need to study completely. These are just a fraction of the ways students have learned to cheat. The fact is the opportunity is everywhere, all the time. When cheating is made so easy, a student can be left with the question of why not to cheat. It is undoubtedly the easy way out and with all the stresses that come along with college, having one less homework to do or one less test to cram for definitely sounds inviting. The fact of the matter remains however; that cheating can be one of the most dangerous things a student can do in college. Nearly every University has a no tolerance policy, meaning if you are caught once you face a very high risk of getting kicked out of school. If this is the case, suddenly all those stresses of homework and tests you were trying to avoid begin to seem miniscule. Speaking from personal experience, my friend began attending the University of Maryland in 2011 and was forced to leave that same year. He decided he would team up with a partner and they would split the work for a test, one studying for the first chapter and one studying for the second chapter. During…
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Also known as alpha inflation or cumulative Type I error. Familywise error (FWE) represents the probability that any one of a set of comparisons or significance tests is a Type I error. As more tests are conducted, the likelihood that one or more are significant just due to chance (Type I error) increases. One can estimate familywise error with the following formula:
where αFWE is the familywise error rate, αEC is the alpha rate for an individual…
they had no idea what was headed their way. They were unsure of what to expect, and what they got, was certainly something one would not be prepared for. There were three stations set up; one with a large puzzle, one with what seemed to be a multiple choice test, and one with the king himself sitting right in front of the table where they were directed to sit. Although the instructions were simple; go to each table and perform the given task, the tasks were not so simple. At the puzzle table Lawrence's…
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Post-renal - caused by blockage of urethra, tumor in bladder, enlarged prostate (BPH)
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MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS CHAPTER 3
1. Which of the following is a nominal account?
a. Prepaid Insurance
b. Unearned Revenue
c. Insurance Expense
d. Interest Receivable
2. Which of the following errors will cause an imbalance in the trial balance?
a. Omission of a transaction in the journal
b. Posting an entire journal entry twice to the ledger
c. Posting a credit of $ 720 to Accounts Payable as a credit of $ 720 to Accounts Receivable.
d. Listing the balance of an account with a…
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22) Anti-diuretic hormone (ADH) mainly acts on the:
A) renal pelvis
B) efferent arteriole
C) collecting duct
23) Micturition occurs when:
A) internal urethral sphincter relaxes and the detrusor muscle relaxes
B) internal urethral sphincter relaxes and the detrusor muscle contracts
C) internal urethral sphincter contracts and the detrusor muscle relaxes
D) internal urethral sphincter contracts and the detrusor muscle contracts
E) both C and D…
performance. I'm not saying teachers are to blame. Teaching writing is highly serious, and teachers with 4 or 5 classes of 25 or 30 students each simply don't have the time to give important feedback on writing assignments. And even tests have highlighted multiple choice answers in reading and math rather than writing, partly because it's a lot harder to grade writing.
Learning how to write is, ultimately, learning how to think. And given that I live in a equality, the more people we have who can…
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When it comes to cheating, I think it is wrong and nobody should do it. I think it is UN fair to the person you are cheating off and its hurting you as well. The person that study hard should receive there full credit not have someone else take it from them to. However in the long run it is hurting you as well because you are not learning anything and one day your gone end up needing to know this stuff and won’t happen because you just cheated your way through it. When it does come to…
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Out of 16 questions, you answered 6 correctly with a final grade of 38%
6 correct (38%)
10 incorrect (63%)
0 unanswered (0%)
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Chapter 48: Respiratory System
1. A postoperative client with incisional pain complains to the nurse about completing respiratory exercises. The client is willing to do the deep breathing exercises but states that it hurts to cough. The nurse provides gentle encouragement and appropriate pain management to the client, knowing that coughing is needed to:
Expel mucus from…