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1.The cumulative final exam is scheduled for Tuesday, April 28, 2020. This is an online exam which contains 40 questions ...

tains 40 questions on the material that we have covered during class lectures and the recorded videos (Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, and 10). You will be given 80 minutes to submit your answers. The final exam will be found under "Online Exams" module on Canvas. The final exam will be available from 8:00 a.m. - 9:35 a.m. and you'll have 80 minutes to complete the test. This means that if you decide to start the exam at 9:00 a.m., you'll have 35 minutes to submit your answers. The test will no longer be available after 9:35 a.m. Please plan accordingly! Before you take the online final exam, make sure to use "Chrome" Browser. Canvas operates best under Chrome. Also, stay as close as possible to your router in order to avoid any internet disconnection problems. You are welcome to use your class notes and the textbook. Make sure to have a periodic table with you, a scientific calculator, and scrap paper. The final exam questions will be in the same format as the previous exams 3 & 4. I will be available this weekend if you have questions.
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2.Please spend 20 minutes each day (Mon-Fri) that we are not in school this week applying what you have learned ...

e learned from your articles to the Socratic Seminar Questions below. Each response should be 1-3 Paragraphs long. For each question remember to cite information from the articles you read and analyzed. To What Extent Are We Our DNA? -In other words, how much of who we are does our DNA control? How do you take DNA from two people (parents) and combine it to make one person (child)? How can a child display a trait that neither of their parents themselves have? Do all populations have the same genetic variation? -How can we explain the pattern and trends we see in populations? To What Extent Are Genetic Variations a Life or Death Situation? -In other words, how do variations in a species’ DNA promise them Life or Death? What are the possible causes of genetic variation in a population? To what extent does genetic variation depend on mutations? How Has Our Increased Understanding of Genetics Affected Society? How has our increased understanding of genetics affected the world? How has our increased understanding of genetics affected the United States? How has our increased understanding of genetics affected your community?
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3.To whom it may concern, If you could mark this assessment task which is a research paper out of 100% please ...

00% please and give it a grade of more then 50% and if you can't do that please don't mark my assignment. Attached with this message is my assignment that I completed on microsoft word and another document attached with this message which has the marking rubric on this research paper. This webpage has a little bit of information about the assignment's question on it and this webpage is This lesson is for 5 minutes as well please. Thanks Ken Bushby
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1.AU MAT 120 Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities Discussion

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