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Emphasizes learning and conscious cognitive processes, including the importance of beliefs about the self, goal setting, and self-regulation.

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Emphasizes learning and conscious cognitive processes, including the importance of beliefs about the self, goal setting, and self-regulation.

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The answer to this is A. The tree is known to be the raw material because, without this, the other tasks that are required to be done will not be possible anymore. There are now a lot of things that are being done in order to lessen the number of trees that are being cut. People are being encouraged to recycle more now.

There are now recycled paper and other materials that are available. All of these are meant to reduce the use of paper so that fewer trees can be cut every year. It cannot be denied that trees are very helpful to a lot of people before the digital age. A lot of books and other materials are made with paper.

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Quartz and Quartzite are two examples of minerals, and they are very much available in abundance on the earth crust. Although their names might look similar, there are still some differences between them. Quartz has the chemical composition of silicon dioxide (SiO2). You can as well say, quartz is made up of silica and oxygen.

Quartzite, on the other hand, is a metamorphic rock that consists of interlocking particles of quartz. In terms of abundance in nature, quartz is the most occurring out of the two, and it is very much available virtually every part of the world.

Quartz occurs in a variety of ways; for example, it can occur as a crystalline solid and amorphous, while Quartzsite exists only as metamorphic. Both quartz and Quartzite and very useful. While quartz is used as gemstones and also as materials in electronics, Quartzite is used mostly in flooring tiles and as a roofing material, and it is useful in construction works generally.

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Emphasizes the importance of unconcious processes and the influence of early childhood experience

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Option B (projective test) is correct.
Projective test involves a persons interpreting an ambiguous image; used to assess unconcious motives, conflicts, psychological defenses, and personality traits.

Psychological test or evaluation consists of a series of tests that help determine the cause of psychological symptoms and disorders. Examples are: Intelligence tests, personality tests, attitude tests, achievement tests, aptitude tests, neuropsychological tests, vocational tests and direct observation tests.

The Rorschach inkblot test is a type of projective test in which an individual is made to look at 10 ambiguous inkblot images to determine certain traits of an individual.

Graphology is a method of identifying, evaluating, and understanding a person's personality through the patterns revealed by his handwriting.

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Spotting the difference and the type to use between pads and tampons can be daunting at times. The two are meant to serve the same purpose, just that there is a slight difference in their applications. Pads are sanitary napkins or towels and are made up of absorbent material. This is used by the female gender during menstruation to ensure a smooth monthly period. It is applied by sticking it around adhesive strip to the inside of one's pant. Pads are of different types, there are those with wings and we have those without wings.


Tampons like I said before are the same with pads in terms of their functions. But tampons are different from pads by their application. Tampons are also made up of absorbent material, but those absorbent materials are compressed in a small cylindrical shape and insert into the vagina. There are different types of tampons, mini tampons, regular tampons and super tampons. However, many girls like pads because they are very simple to use unlike tampons which require a level of knowledge before it can be used.

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Chenille yarn only produces one kind of fabric: chenille fabric. It’s a soft fabric. The word itself is a derivative of the French word for “caterpillar”. This comes from not only the above mentioned softness, but from the way it piles under hands and the way the yarn looks. The biggest reason chenille and velvet are lumped together is because of the similar feels to the fabrics. However, the two materials are created in completely different ways.

Velvet is a machine woven fabric, often created by making two sheets of fabric at once. Chenille is woven by hand or machine, and can be given two different appearances by the weave: either an incredibly smooth and even weave, or something a little chunkier.

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A natural material

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The offcial date is 13 OCT 1775 not 77 , this is incorrect and should be changed

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