1 Samuel-BB 2018 Chapter 29

Question Answer
1) When David was with the armies of the Philistines, where was Israel camped? (29:1) by the spring in Jezreel
2) When David marched with the Philistines, where was he positioned? (29:2) In the rear with Achish
3) Who asked Achish why the Hebrews were with him? (29:3) The commanders of the Philistines
4) How long did Achish say that David had been with him? (29:3) Years
5) What did the Philistine commanders tell Achish to do with David? (29:4) Make him go back
6) What were the Philistine commanders afraid David would do in the battle? (29:4) become an adversary to them
7) When did Achish tell David to leave? (29:10) early in the morning
8) After David left the Philistines, where did the Philistines go? (29:11) Jezreel

Bible Unit 4

Term Definition
Jesus obeyed and pleased God. He grew in…… favor with God
Jesus grew physically. He grew in…. stature
Everything is possible with God. God is…. omnipotent
Jesus got along with others. He grew in… favor with man
Like other children, Jesus had to learn. He grew in…. wisdom
Mary and Joseph were from…. Nazareth
As a child, Jesus _______ his parents. obeyed
Jesus was born in …. Bethlehem
God… controls nature
If I don't understand the Bible, I should… ask questions
I learn the most from God's Word when…. I don't do anything else while I'm reading
The best way to learn God's Word is to… ask for God's help as you read it.
The best way to know God is to read from His Word…. every day

Report/Note Writing NC BLET State Exam Review

Question Answer
What are the 3 purposes for field notes? Report writing, references, and evidence
What are the 6 one-word questions that should be answered when taking notes? Who, what, where, when, how, why
What is the basis for reports? Field notes
Can field notes be used as evidence? Yes
What are 5 uses for LE reports? Permanent record, statistics, intelligence, prosecution, and avoiding civil liability
What provides the SBI/FBI with statistical offender information? LE Reports
Which 3 types of records are not public records? Criminal investigations and records of criminal intelligence information public record, juvenile records, and traffic accident reports
What types of things are public record? Time, date, location, nature of reported violations; name, sex, age, address, employment, charge of the arrested; circumstances surrounding arrests; contents of 911 calls; communication broadcasts among LEOs; witness ID info; etc
Are returned warrants, indictments, criminal summons, and NTOs public record? Yes, unless such contents are sealed by courts

êàðòî÷êè ñåð¸æè карты

Question Answer
It is safe to walk on the pavement. Áåçîïàñíî õîäèòü ïî òðîòóàðó.
It is dangerous to talk to the driver. Îïàñíî ðàçãîâàðèâàòü ñ âîäèòåëåì âî âðåìÿ äâèæåíèÿ.
It is dangerous to cross the road not at a zebra crossing. Îïàñíî ïåðåõîäèòü äîðîãó íå ïî çåáðå.
Safe to wear a bicycle helmet. Áåçîïàñíî íîñèòü âåëîñèïåäíûé øëåì.
It is dangerous to lean out of the car window. Îïàñíî âûñîâûâàòüñÿ èç îêíà àâòîìîáèëÿ.
Traffic sign. Äîðîæíûé çíàê.
It is dangerous to run at a zebra crossing. Îïàñíî áåæàòü ïî çåáðå.
Look at the right and left before you cross the zebra crossing. Ïîñìîòðèòå íà ïðàâî è íàëåâî, ïðåæäå ÷åì ïåðåéòè çåáðó.
Fasten the seat belt. Ïðèñòåãíèòåñü ðåìí¸ì áåçîïàñíîñòè.
To meet the requirements of inspectors of traffic. Âûïîëíÿòü òðåáîâàíèÿ èíñïåêòîðà äîðîæíîãî äâèæåíèÿ.
Bet their cars or bikes in the parking zone. Ñòàâòå ñâîè ìàøèíû èëè ìîòîöèêëû íà ïàðêîâî÷íîé çîíå.
Obey traffic rules and not break them. Ñîáëþäàéòå ïðàâèëà äîðîæíîãî äâèæåíèÿ è íå íàðóøàéòå èõ.

Vocabulary 8

Question Answer
Befuddled Baffled
Crux Most important part
Frivolous Not having a serious purpose
Galoshes Boots
Galumph To move in a clumsy way
Irksome Irritating
Quell To calm
Rendezvous A meeting
Shrewish Bad tempered
Voracious Eager or hungry

Pharm Exam 3

Question Answer
What is Parkinson's? A disease characterized by a decrease in dopamine, pill rolling, muscle rigidity, slurred speech, drooling, effects ADLs, tremor, shuffling gait, mask-like face.
What is Carbidopa’s role when given with Levodopa? This reduces the metabolism of levodopa allowing the drug to reach the brain more effectively.
Why do we give selegiline (Eldepryl) with levodopa?

1 Samuel-BB 2018 Chapter 30

Question Answer
1) On what day after leaving the Philistines did David come to Ziklag? (30:1) The Third
2) Who had raided Ziklag when David came there? (30:1) The Amalekites
3) Who did the Amalekites kill when they raided Ziklag? (30:2) No one
4) When David and his men reached Ziklag and saw it burned, what did they do? (30:4) they wept
5) What did the people think of doing to David when they saw Ziklag burned? (30:6) stoning him
6) How many men went with David from Ziklag? (30:9) Six hundred
7) How many of the men with David were too exhausted to cross the brook Besor? (30:10) Two hundred
8) While pursuing the Amalekites, who did David and his men find in the field? (30:11) An Egyptian
9) How long had it been since the Egyptian David found had eaten? (30:12) Three days and nights
10) What did David ask the Egyptian he found to do for him? (30:15) Bring him to the Amalekites
11) What were the Amalekites who had raided doing when David found them? (30:16) Eating, Drinking and Dancing
12) How many of the Amalekites escaped from David? (30:17) Four hundred
13) What did the Men who went with David want to give to the two hundred who remained behind? (30:22) Nothing but their wives and children
14) Who did David send some of the spoil to after defeating the Amalekites? (30:26) The elder of Judah

Atoms and Elements

Term Definition
Atom Tiny particles that make up matter
Element The purest form of substance that cannot be broken down more by any chemical means
Groups Columns/How many valence electrons are in an element
Period Rows/How many electron shells an element has
Proton Positive Charge
Neutron Neutral Charge
Electron Negative Charge
Valence Electron The electrons on the outermost shell
Reactivity How well an atom reacts with another atom
Atomic Number The number of protons in an atom
Mass Number The amount of protons and neutrons in an atom

Endocrine 2 Pathophys

Question Answer
Increases CONTRACTILITY, Intracellular cAMP, useful for BB overdose, CHF & relax sphincter during ERCP, KEY sfx is N/V Glucagon
AKA growth hormone inhibiting hormone, released from DELTA cells, inhibits GLUCAGON & INSULIN, splanchnic blood flow, gastric motility, & gall bladder conctraction SOMATOSTATIN
Inhibits Pancreatic exocrine secretion, gallbladder contraction, gastric acid secretion, and gastric motility Pancreatic Polypeptide
Dx criteria fro DM Fasting Glucose > 125, random glucose >200, 2 hour plasma glucose >200 during tolerance test, HgbA1C >6.5%
S/s of DM Polydipsia, Polyuria, Dehydration
DKA is associated with which type of DM Type I
which tissue does NOT require insulin for glucose transport BRAIN
inhibits the breakdown of PROTEIN stores, Essential in PROTEIN synthesis in muscle, promotes storage of glucose in LIVER as glycogen, favors fat (triglyceride) STORAGE INSULIN
which electrolytes uptake into the cell is mediated by insulin Potassium, Phosphate, & Mg
Most common complication seen in pts with DM NEUROPATHY
ADA recommends what hgbA1C level, pre/post prandial glucose <7%, pre (70-130), post (<180), drug therapy
reduce insulin dose by ____ day of surgery 30-50%
which replacement fluid to avoid LR
Autoimmune dz in which TSH-receptor antibodies (IgG) bind to stimulate thyroid gland, most common in WOMEN, peak incidence btwn 40-60 GRAVES dz
Located btwn cricoid cartilage and suprasternal notch & inferior to LARYNX, contains 20-40 follicles thyroid
Blood supply for THYROID Superior THYROID arteries which originate from the external carotid & inferior thyroid arteries
TSH released from ANT. Pituitary affect thyroid which secretes which hormones (requires IODINE) Thyroxine (T4) & Triiodothyronine (T3)
Thyroid also tells FOLLICULAR tissue to produce THYROGLOBULIN COLLOID (does not require IODINE) FYI
TSH stimulates FOLLICULES -> not enough T3/T4 for inhibition of TSH -> more colloid is produced causing an INCREASE in thyroid gland which is called? GOITER