14D: Putting It All Together 4

14D: Putting It All Together 4
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Lesson 14D: Putting It All Together 4 Quiz
Question #1: Please upload your worksheet for this lesson.
Allowed file types: pdf.
Question #2: Please NOTE: The following questions are based on "DREAMING YOUR WAY TO CREATIVITY"

Of the two primary sleep cycles, which cycle makes your more relaxed?
Question #3: Which sleep cycle creates dreams?
Question #4: What do binding errors to do our thoughts?
Question #5: What is a fragment?
Question #6: How do these binding errors come together to make a dream that makes sense?
Question #7: What is priming?
Question #8: What is the subconscious?
Question #9: What provides imaginative hallucinations?
Question #10: What takes the brain fragments and weaves them together to make a dream that makes some sense?
Question #11: What keeps our thoughts flowing?
Question #12: Based on this article, what two things do you need to do in order to increase creativity?
Question #13: Please NOTE: The following questions are based on "A PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS," which is in your worksheet.

What is the Canadian Government doing with old pennies?
Question #14: Define the term circulation.
Question #15: Define the term mural.
Question #16: Define the term commensurate.
Question #17: What should Canadian store owners do for cash transactions?
Question #18: What should Canadian store owners do for credit cards?
Question #19: Why does the US continue to have pennies?
Question #20: What is the disadvantage of producing pennies?
Question #21: Please NOTE: The following questions are based on "TIME TO BE MESSY"

Between messy and organized people, who live longer?
Question #22: Messy people choose less healthy snack choices. True or False?
Question #23: What is the advantage of being messy?
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