Week 2 Lessons: Pathways to Understanding, Sex and Evolution, and Women’s Bodies–person, topic or idea forum After reading chapters 1, 2 and 3 and reviewing the numerous additional teaching aids, select a person, topic or idea from each of these first three chapters. Explain your reason for selecting it, briefly summarize the information in the text about it, add more information from outside sources (internet, websites, other publications), and build a concise compelling argument as to why this person, topic or idea deserves the attention of your classmates. Part I (paragraph 1) will be from chapter 1 and worth 1 point; Part 2 (paragraph 2) will be from chapter 2 and also worth 1 point. Part III (paragraph 3) will be from chapter 3 and also worth 1 point. Part IV (paragraph 4) will be drawn from one or more of the four additional teaching aids (using aids not previously discussed, if possible), citing which source you are using for this part of your discussion and also worth 1 point. The final point, in a separate paragraph, will be a ten word statement that captures the essence of your above 4 paragraphs. Be sure to cite page numbers from the text and cite other sources in your postings. Ideas, people or topics not expanded on in your textbook would be good sources for this discussion. Read classmate discussions carefully before you post yours to avoid writing about the same things. Only original postings will be given credit.

Week 2 Lessons: Pathways to Understanding, Sex and Evolution, and Women’s Bodies–person, topic or idea forum After reading chapters 1, 2 and 3 and reviewing the numerous additional teaching aids, select a person, topic or idea from each of these first three chapters. Explain your reason for selecting it, briefly summarize the information in the text about it, add more information from outside sources (internet, websites, other publications), and build a concise compelling argument as to why this person, topic or idea deserves the attention of your classmates. Part I (paragraph 1) will be from chapter 1 and worth 1 point; Part 2 (paragraph 2) will be from chapter 2 and also worth 1 point. Part III (paragraph 3) will be from chapter 3 and also worth 1 point. Part IV (paragraph 4) will be drawn from one or more of the four additional teaching aids (using aids not previously discussed, if possible), citing which source you are using for this part of your discussion and also worth 1 point. The final point, in a separate paragraph, will be a ten word statement that captures the essence of your above 4 paragraphs. Be sure to cite page numbers from the text and cite other sources in your postings. Ideas, people or topics not expanded on in your textbook would be good sources for this discussion. Read classmate discussions carefully before you post yours to avoid writing about the same things. Only original postings will be given credit.

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If a woman has completed menopause and she experiences menstrual bleeding, it may indicate endometrial or cervical _________________________ and should be addressed immediately. Question 3 options: dysmenorrhea cancer amenorrhea none of these choices is correct

If a woman has completed menopause and she experiences menstrual bleeding, it may indicate endometrial or cervical _________________________ and should be addressed immediately. Question 3 options: dysmenorrhea cancer amenorrhea none of these choices is correct

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The diameters of the limbs A and B of a U-tube shown in fig. are 5mm and 20mm respectively. The limb A contains a liquid of sp. gr. 0.9 while the limb B contains a liquid of sp.gr. 1.3. The fig. shows the position of the liquids in the two limbs. Find what pressure should be applied on the surface of the heavier liquid in limb B so that the rise in level in the limb A is 10mm.

The diameters of the limbs A and B of a U-tube shown in fig. are 5mm and 20mm respectively. The limb A contains a liquid of sp. gr. 0.9 while the limb B contains a liquid of sp.gr. 1.3. The fig. shows the position of the liquids in the two limbs. Find what pressure should be applied on the surface of the heavier liquid in limb B so that the rise in level in the limb A is 10mm.