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1 Final Exam Review

2 Know the various sections of MyPyramid…

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8  Man running up stairs?  Exercise  Exercise needed per day?  30 – 60 minutes

9  Beat  To thoroughly mix foods using a vigorous over- and-over motion  Cut-in  To mix solid fat, such as butter or shortening, and flour using a pastry blender to two knives and a cross-cutting motion

10  Knead  To work dough with the hands (or an appliance) to further mix the ingredients and develop the gluten  Whip  To incorporate air into a mixture by beating it until light and fluffy

11  Flour  Fill measuring cup to overflowing, level off  Granulated sugar  Fill measuring cup to overflowing, level off  Brown sugar  Pack measuring cup to overflowing, level off  Margarine  Use guidelines on side of stick

12  How many cups in one stick?  ½ cup  How much does one stick weigh?  ¼ pound

13  Should be sharp not dull  Use a cutting board to protect counter top and keep knife sharper longer  Do not drop knives into soapy dishwater

14  Falls  Burns  Cuts  Electric shock

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16  Teaspoon = tsp. or t.  Tablespoon = tbsp. or T.  Cup = c.  Gallon = gal.  Pound = lb. or #

17  Also known as “quick” breads  Use baking soda and baking powder as leavening agents  No yeast  If over mixed, they become dense

18  Yeast was used in homemade pizza and cinnamon rolls  If the water for yeast is too hot or too cold, the yeast will die.

19  Wants  Things that make life more convenient  Not necessary for survival  Ex: cars, designer clothing, electronics  Needs  Necessary for survival  Ex: air, water, food, shelter

20  Short-term goals  Accomplished in six months or less  Ex: I want to get an “A” in math class this six- weeks.  Long-term goals  Takes longer than six months to accomplish goal(s)  Ex: I want to graduate from Duke University.

21  Self-concept  The way we picture ourselves  Includes our traits and values  Self-esteem  The way we feel about ourselves and our actions

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23  After eating:  Napkin on ______ ▪ Table  Fork and knife on ______ ▪ Plate  ____ pieces of meat 33  Use _____ fork first  Salad

24  Food should be passed to the…  Right  Spoons are used for sipping beverages not eating mashed potatoes.

25  Written in ____ or ____ ink  Blue or black  Name in cursive  Other information in _____  Print

26  Functions  Get cash out  Deposit money  Check balance

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28  Debit: -  Credit: +  Withdrawal: -  Deposit: +  Deduction: -  Addition: +  Taking cash out: -  Putting paycheck in bank: +  Using check card to buy gas: -

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30  Three Uses  Write what the check is being used for ▪ Shoes, books, gym uniform  Write account number ▪ If paying bills, write the number of your account  Write a note or salutation ▪ Happy Birthday, Congratulations

31  How much to tip for good service?  15 %  What do you do if you get horrible service?  Leave small tip; ask to talk to manager  Why important to tip?  Waiters make less than minimum wage and rely on tips to make a living  Why might tips automatically be added to bill?  Large party

32  Eros  Lust; based on physical desires (;  Tends to be short-lived  Self-centered  Agape  Compared to God’s love  Based on a deep-commitment to another  Other-centered

33  What are they?  Hormones that surge through your brain as a result of feelings of being in “love”  Side Effects  Loss of appetite  Need less sleep  Better mood  Love chemicals affect your thinking for 3 to 6 months

34 Chemistry Friendship Trust/Commitment

35 1. Seek a good match 2. Pay attention to values 3. Don’t change someone into someone he or she is not 4. Don’t change yourself to get someone’s love or friendship 5. Expect good communication 6. Don’t play games, be phony or pressure someone 7. Expect respect

36  Communication is a process in which one person sends a message and the other receives some response.

37  Text messaging: Verbal  Nodding: Nonverbal  Laughing: Nonverbal  Sign Language: Verbal  Talking on the phone: Verbal  Waving: Nonverbal

38 Check No.DateDescription Transaction Amount Deposit Amount Balance

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41  New balance?  Amount needed before next car payment?

42  Traits from DNA  Inherited  Traits from environment  Acquired

43  Hair color  Height  Food preferences  Way you talk  Style of dress  Blood type  Ambition  Tendency to bald

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