History Exam Review/Questions

1.What country did italy invade in 1939: albania 

2.What territory was the polish corridor: poland

3.What was the rome berlin axis secret: Hitler kept the attack on Poland a secret from Italy and Japan.

4.Who asked mussolini to be a moderator at the Paris peace conference? Hitler

5.When did Britain and france declared war on germany? Sept 3 1939

6.What was the percentage of the civilians that died in ww2? 50% were civilians that died in ww2

7.China peace conference diplomat?

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Mitosis (Asexual Cell Division) Mitosis results in 2 daughter cells that are clones of the parent cell and therefore also identical to each other This type of cell division allows multicellular organisms to grow and repair damaged tissue.
Interphase G₁ / -Chromosomes are not visible because they are uncoiled and in the form of chromatin. -The cell has 6 chromosomes present as chromatin.  Interphase S / -DNA is duplicated -Centrosome (centrioles x 2) is duplicated. -The cell has 6 chromosomes
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Funeral Blues

Wystan Hugh Auden was considered by many scholars one of the most important poetry authors in the XX century. Auden was a popular modern poet, dramatist, and literary critic whose everyday language and conversational rhythms have had a major influence on modern poetry.  

In The Song IX, the poem focuses on death as an irreversible moment of every human being. The author makes special emphasis that although people die, relationships don’t. The principal theme, of course, deals with the

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1. History of Science

As an example of the changes in ideas of this time, we will examine the behavior of a simple pendulum. Until the 16th century, Aristotle’s theory of pendulums held that the period (the length of time for one swing back and forth), depended on the amplitude (the distance the pendulum swung). We shall now test this idea, just as Galileo did.

A pendulum is a weight hanging from a fixed point by a string or wire which, when pulled back and released, is free to swing in and down

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Ch. 6:Natural elements in living things (C,O,N,H). Molecular chains: Carbon can form large molecules Monomers: Small molecules. Polymers: A large molecule formed when many smaller molecules bond together. Carbohydrates: an organic compound in ratio of 1 carbon, 2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen. (sugars). Lipids: fats, oil, waxes (C,O,H). Proteins: Built by amino acids (C,H,O,N), enzyme is a protein that changes the rate of a chemical reaction. Nucleic acid: composed of nucleotides.

Ch.7:In the mid 1600′

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The world Health Organisation (WHO) defines health as ‘the complete physical, mental and social well-being, not only the absence of disease’.

1.1 Factors that influencer health

The environment: healthy surroundings should be free of biological, physical or chemical elements that are harmful to your health.
Personal characteristics: genetic factors, age and gender predispose people to suffer from certain types of illnesses.
Lifestyle: healthy habits and lifestyles are very important

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