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identify two reading goals, one short- term and one long - term
Weegy: A short term reading goal is to read a chapter each night or to spend 20 minutes a night reading. A long term reading goal is to finish a long novel or read a certain number of books. (More)
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how might you incorporate three of the suggestions covered this week into your study time?1.skimming,2.visual mapping,and text marking
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in a 150 words, how do you incorporate three of the suggestions covered this week into your study time?skimming, visual mapping,and text marking
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Skimming is the theft of credit card information used in an otherwise legitimate transaction. It is typically an "inside job" by a dishonest employee of a legitimate merchant. The thief can procure a victim's credit card number using basic methods such as photocopying receipts or more advanced methods such as using a small electronic device (skimmer) to swipe and store hundreds of victims’ credit card numbers. Common scenarios for skimming are restaurants or bars where the skimmer has possession of the victim's credit card out of their immediate view.[9] The thief may also use a small keypad to unobtrusively transcribe the 3 or 4 digit Card Security Code which is not present on the magnetic strip. Call centers are another area where skimming can easily occur.[10] Instances of skimming have been reported where the perpetrator has put a device over the card slot of an ATM (automated teller machine), which reads the magnetic strip as the user unknowingly passes their card through it.[11] These devices are often used in conjunction with a miniature camera (inconspicuously attached to the ATM) to read the user's PIN at the same time.[12][13] This method is being used very frequently in many parts of the world, including South America, Argentina[14] Europe, the Netherlands.[citation needed] Another technique used is a keypad overlay that matches up with the buttons of the legitimate keypad below it and presses them when operated, but records or transmits the keylog of the PIN entered by wireless. The device or group of devices illicitly installed on an ATM are also colloquially known as a "skimmer". Recently-made ATMs now often run a picture of what the slot and keypad are supposed to look like as a background, so that consumers can identify foreign devices attached. Skimming is difficult for the typical cardholder to detect, but given a large enough sample, it is fairly easy for the card issuer to detect. The issuer collects a list of all the cardholders who have complained about fraudulent transactions, and then uses data mining to discover relationships among them and the merchants they use. For example, if many of the cardholders use a particular merchant, that merchant can be directly investigated. Sophisticated algorithms can also search for patterns of fraud. Merchants must ensure the physical security of their terminals, and penalties for merchants can be severe if they are compromised, ranging from large fines by the issuer to complete exclusion from the system, which can be a death blow to businesses such as restaurants where credit card transactions are the norm mapping is a module in visual thinking school, a course designed to help you learn how to think and communicate better using the visual part of your brain. Visual mapping is a way to think through complex issues or solve problems that has several benefits. Visual mapping makes it easier to work creatively and collaboratively with a group. It's non-linear, so you can work out complex hierarchies and relationships. It allows you to see a whole issue, problem or plan, in its entirety and at a glance. It helps you see patterns, relationships and dependencies that might otherwise remain hidden. a Text" is an active reading strategy that students use to engage texts in all content areas.
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how might skiiming, visual mapping, and text marking help you accomplish your reading goals
Weegy: Reading is not a passive process but a very active one. Reading involves creating meaning, not just finding it. Good readers use what they already know to understand new material. They fit new facts into a pre-existing web of information. [ They engage in a dialogue with the text, questioning what they read and searching for answers. They predict what lies ahead in their reading, and they monitor their comprehension. You become a better reader by reading a lot and reading carefully. Your reading skills will improve dramatically if you do three things: Read actively Mark your textbook properly Review your reading periodically ] (More)
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what does skimming, text marking, and visual mapping mean to you in your study time in 150 words
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