anonymous
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what are the spelling/grammar errors in the following sentences? The Ohio Board of Nursing (OBN) provides legal oversight for the practice of nursing in the state of Ohio. I would like to gain more knowledge on the number of children who are experiencing depression. In order to do this I would pass out 40 surveys to high school children. After receiving the results from the surveys I would then analysis the surveys and attempt to understand the extent of the problem. Cats are not the only mammals that experience hair balls. A human can form a hair ball (known as a trichobezoar), a
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i am thinking that in the first question i can remove the (OBN) because that isnt necessary in the second question i would write out forty and analyze is spelled wrong in the third, i believe hairballs is one word and i would change the parenthesis to commas, ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
you do not need the "who are" in the second sentence. possibly, it would be better to spell out *forty. Also, i would correct analysis and change it to *analyze :)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Cats are not the only mammals that experience hair balls. A human can form a hair ball (known as a trichobezoar), and they can cause abdominal obstruction.----
anonymous
  • anonymous
I will add a little to this too. A) In order to do this I would pass out 40 surveys to high school children The sentence A needs a comma after the word "this" B) After receiving the results from the surveys I would then analysis the surveys and attempt to understand the extent of the problem. Sentence B needs a comma between the word surveys and "I". Also, take out the word "then" after would. It is not needed and makes the sentence wordy. You could also put a comma between the word surveys and the word "and" C) Cats are not the only mammals that experience hair balls. A human can form a hair ball (known as a trichobezoar), and they can cause abdominal obstruction. In sentence C, you do not use a comma when using parentheses ( ). Parentheses act as a comma. I would personally construct the sentence like below Cats are not the only mammals that experience hair balls. A human can form a hair ball, which is known as a trichobezoar, and they can cause abdominal obstruction.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yup, same assignment
anonymous
  • anonymous
The sentences are not succinctly and clearly written. Here they are written correctly: The Ohio Board of Nursing ("OBN") oversees the legal practice of nursing in Ohio. To learn more about the prevalence of high school children experiencing depression, I am going to survey 40 students and analyze the results. Humans, as well as cats, can develop hair balls, known as trichobezoars, which may cause abdominal obstruction.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The Ohio Board of Nursing, OBN, oversees the legal practice of nursing in Ohio. If you don't want to change the next sentences as Lois has done , I would change "analysis" to "analyse". I would also connect "hair to balls to make a compound word.

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