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  • Answer: actually i have had peer pressure and correct me if im wrong but u can really ask ALMOST everybody and they will say that they have but in my opinion the best way to get rid of peer pressure is to ignore it. but if it gets to the point where they r personally dissing u for not joinin them then its out of ur hands get help many teachers counselrs and adults could help u! and dont be afraid to get help just ur afraid they wil call u a tattletale just tell some1 no matter who it isits better than keepin ur feelins bottled up inside! hope this helped if u have any more questions just email me @ kitkatbrooks627@gmail.com
  • Answer: Someone who is asked to review the work done by someone else, and who comes from the same background as the author. For example, one climate scientist reviewing a study done by another climate scientist to see if it is objective and scientifically sound. Or one programmer looking at the code written by another programmer to see if it can be improved.
  • Answer: people around your age that will sit down with you and help you solve your problems.
  • Answer: Any user that is currently downloading a file from a seeder is called a peer, or leech.
  • Answer: it is when two peers asses each others work.
  • Answer: "peer means student, so student veiw." was the first answer. The original question probably should have been "peer review". Your peers are the people at the same level as you, not necessarily just students, it could refer to workmates, junior managers, similar types of worker, etc. A review by your peers is a sort of survey conducted among people at the same level as you, and summarised to give an overall opinion. A peer review of working conditions in the mechanical workshop of a car factory would include things like ventilation and light, for example, and what the people actually working there think about it. A peer review is a way of finding things out that are closer to the truth than some other methods.
  • Answer: Usually that term refers to professional journals in any number of disciplines. When you submit an article to a journal, it goes through a review and editing process that helps assure (but cannot always guarantee) that the material submitted is legitimate, original and substantially free from error-- that kind of thing. The process also helps to establish (for science journals, anyway) that the research was carried out competently using appropriate equipment, materials and methodology, and that the references listed are timely and appropriate.
  • Answer: That was very good work last month, you have achieved every sales target you were set and increased the number of customers who prefer us to any other company by 25%
  • Answer: A "noun" to see & THINK!
  • Answer: A peer review is when your work is reviewed by a peer rather than a lecturer or boss. For example, at university you may write an essay or report, it is submitted then given to one or two other students who decide whether key criteria was met. For students, the report/essay and the review are usually anonymous.
  • Answer: Good peer pressure could come in a lot of forms. When it comes tohealth, someone could peer pressure you by eating healthy, etc.Anyone who enforces positive behavior is considered to give goodpeer pressure.
  • Answer: Neutral Peer Pressure is when the affects have no consiquences.they dont harm your nor help you.
  • Answer: representation
  • Answer: It is when a peer reviews your work and gives you feedback on that work.

The term domain model refers to a type of peer-to-peer network that relies on domains rather than on workgroups?

  • That is false. Domain models are server-based networks while workgroups are peer-to-peer networks.

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