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School: Colby
Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
Chapter 2 SSM: Linear Algebra Chapter 2 2.1 1. Not a linear transformation, since y2 = x2 + 2 is not linear in our sense. 3. Not linear, since y2 = x1 x3 is nonlinear. 5. By Fact 2.1.2, the three columns of the 2 3 matrix A are T (e1 ), T (e2 ), a
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Course: Advanced Organic
Chem 242 Spring 2010 Problem Set #1 1. Choose from the list of compounds provided, and identify which compound gives each of the following IR spectra. O N C H Me O O O OH Me O Me Me Me OH H a) Chem 242 b) Spring 2010 c) Chem 242 d) Spring 2010 e) Chem 242
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Course: Advanced Organic
Exam 2 BC 367 November 19, 2009 Answer Key 1. D 2. D 3. B 4. A 5. A 6. A 7. B 8. E 9. B 10. D 11. a) No, the rate plots are sigmoidal. b) Inhibitor. c) The enzyme must be an allosteric enzyme with a regulatory site for ATP in addition to its substratebin
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Course: Russion Language
Test de Phontique Will Bloomhardt Ma famille a une maison avec deux tages. Sur le rezdechausse, il y a une cuisine, une salle manger, et une salle de sjour. Sur le premier tage, il y a ma chambre, la chambre principale. Et la chambre de ma soeur. Il y a
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Course: Russion Language
Can I use these movies in FinalCutPro  in the Quicktime format? You can Reencode Mpeg2 movies to quicktime for FinalCut Pro using Cleaner5.0.2 using the following settings. There is no deinterlacing, so you don't lose anything. The files increase in si
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Course: Advanced Organic
Name (print) Chemistry 142 Exam #1 SAMPLE FOR FULL CREDIT ON CALCULATIONS YOU MUST SHOW ALL WORK! GOOD LUCK! (14) 1. Give the name (a, b) or chemical formula (c, d) for each of the following compounds. (a) (NH4)2S (b) P2O5 (4) 2. (c) hydrofluoric acid (d)
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Course: Physical Chemistry
20 Minute Review QuizletAnswers 1. Calculate the activity of 0.100 m Ti(NO3)2 . The result should be expressed in terms of . (Dont bother to find explicitly). Answer: Note that m+ = mTi2+ = m and m = mNO3 = 2 m. The overall activity is then: 2 2 3 m+ m
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Course: Introduction To Music
Outline MU111 Exam #2 Medieval Period (4761475) Fall of Roman Empire Age of Discovery (Columbus) Catholic Church dominates  $ to copy music Music Repertoire: Gregorian Chant, Plain Chant, Plainsong, Chant Medieval Gloss Mass, motet, chanson = medieval p
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CS151 Spring 2009 Final Review Stephanie R Taylor May 8, 2009 1 What to Expect 1.1 Major Themes Symbol Tables A symbol table for the a function exists while the function is executing (and goes away after the return) There is a symbol table in each modu
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Course: PH145
PH 145 Spring 2012 Foundations of Electromagnetism and Optics Course Outline 0. Introduction to Physics 145 A. The science of physics B. Course goals and objectives 1. Overarching goal 2. Specic goals/course overview C. Technical details about the operati
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Course: PH145
PH 145 Spring 2012 Foundations of Electromagnetism and Optics Course Outline 0. Introduction to Physics 145 A. The science of physics B. Course goals and objectives 1. Overarching goal 2. Specic goals/course overview C. Technical details about the operati
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Course: Film And Society
Peter Serafini AM334 Film and Society Fall 2010 In No Ordinary Time, Sam Has No Ordinary Role If theres something that unites the characters of Casablanca (1942) its the music thats either playing in the background or brought to the forefront. The piano p
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Thomas Nagler Roy English 172 Tuesday, September 29, 2010 Even Less Controllable Than Time There is no happiness in comfort, happiness is brought by suffering. Dostoevsky Feelings of suffering and comfort often result from acquiring or losing some form of
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Julianne Kowalski RE312 10/6/10 Comparison Paper Modernity, Tradition, and the Femininity Despite their shared surname, Draupadi and Daropati behave independently in Mahasveta Devis and Amrita Pritams short stories, respectively. One woman resembles a wid
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Course: SP 101
Syllabus Course Number/Title: SP101 Fundamentals of Oral Comm. Year: Spring 2012 Department: Speech Credit Hours: 3 Required Text: Essentials of Human Communication, th 7 Ed. Joseph De Vito Days/Time: 01: 11:1512:10 MWF 02: 9:3010:50 TR Instructor: Tod
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 37 Stephanie R Taylor May 6, 2009 1 Recursion A recursive function is a function that calls itself. Recursion is the term used to refer to a use of recursive functions to solve a problem or accomplish a task. 1.1 Using Recursion
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 36 Stephanie R Taylor May 4, 2009 1 Recursion A recursive function is a function that calls itself. Recursion is the term used to refer to a use of recursive functions to solve a problem or accomplish a task. 1.1 Mathematical Exa
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 34 Stephanie R Taylor April 29, 2009 1 Bubble Gum Machine We nished writing our bubble gum machine code. I have uploaded the code to Moodle and wont include it here. 2 3D Turtle The 3D turtle uses a 3D coordinate system in whic
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 29 Stephanie R Taylor April 17, 2009 1 Administrative Topics We take the quiz Please come to the pizza dinner! 2 ObjectOriented Design Principles Recall the four design principles of OO design: Modularity: making functional
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 28 Stephanie R Taylor April 15, 2009 1 ObjectOriented Design Principles Of the four chief OO design principles, we have covered two  modularity and encapsulation, although we havent necessarily used those terms. Today, we are g
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Course: General Chemistry I
Book with Author(s) Example: Brown, T.L; Lemay, H. E. Jr.; Bursten, B.E.; Murphy, C.J.; Woodward, P. M. Chemistry The Central Science, 12th ed.; Pearson, Prentice Hall: Boston, MA, 2012; p 6. Websites Example 1: ChemFinder.Com. http:/chemfinder.cambridges
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Course: Chemistry For Citizens
Chemistry 112 Exam 2 Key Part I Multiple Choice 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. C B C B A D D B C D C A D A C Part II Short Answer. 1. a) If this reaction takes place in a closed container at room temperature, what effect on the rate
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Course: Chemistry For Citizens
Name_ Exam 1 Chemistry 112 October 7, 2013 Part I Multiple Choice (3 points each). Please choose the single correct answer. 1. How many kilometers are there in one meter? a) 0.001 b) 0.01 c) 100 d) 1000 2. An experiment was performed to find the number o
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Course: Genetics
Name_ BI315  Animal Cells, Tissues, and Organs ANSWERS to Exam I  Fall, 2010 1. A. They have a role in maintaining the integrity of hemidesmosomes, which link the basal epithelial cells to the basal lamina. B. Mast cell secretions call in other defensiv
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Mason Zemel 4/28/10 Story #3 Puzzle Are you sure everything is packed and ready. You arent going out tonight unless all thats done Benjamin. Yeah Mom I know, I know. The idea of college freaked me out. Packing up my entire life in a couple of suitcases fo
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Course: Advanced Organic
Chem 242 Spring 2010 Problem Set #1 1. Choose from the list of compounds provided, and identify which compound gives each of the following IR spectra. O N C H Me O O O OH Me O Me Me Me OH H a) Chem 242 b) Spring 2010 c) Chem 242 d) Spring 2010 e) Chem 242
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Course: Physical Chemistry
Chemical Potential of Solutions (g) = (g) + RT ln P/P Pure gas A(g) = (g) + RT ln PA/P A *(l) = (g) + RT ln P*/P A A A A(l) = (g) + RT ln PA/P A A(l) = *(l) + RT ln xA A B(l) = B(l) + RT ln xB Colby College PB xA A(l) = *(l) + RT ln PA/P* A A PA xB
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ECO 500: Module One Homework: Problem Sets 1. You are running a company that is owned by stockholders. Your goal is to maximize shareholder value. Explain how each of the following events is likely to affect shareholder value and identify uncertainties re
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Course: Mathematical Statistics I: Probability
MA397 Fall 2008 Homework 7 Due 11/12/2008 Homework Policies: Working in groups is absolutely fine but you must write up your own answer in your own words. Homework is due at the beginning of class on the day indicated. (1) M&S 10.4 (page 482) Use opecoil.
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Course: Mathematical Statistics I: Probability
MA397 Fall 2008 Homework 3 Due 9/24/2008 Homework Policies: Working in groups is absolutely fine but you must write up your own answer in your own words. Homework is due at the beginning of class on the day indicated. (1) M&S 4.1 (Page 176) (2) M&S 4.5 (P
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EC336. Mathematical Economics. Professor Guillermo Vuletin Fall 2008 Problem Set 2 Due date: 9/25/08 (during lecture, DIAM 341) Question 1) Rybczynski model Brief description of the model and its implication: In the last problem set you worked with the He
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Course: Biochemistry
Experiment 3: Purification and Characterization of Lysozyme Lab Partner: Chris Ng Sep 28Oct 27, 2010 Introduction It is important to purify enzymes so they can be used by a variety of industries including phamaceuticals or biotechnology. Enzymes enable a
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Course: Physical Chemistry
A MR HMR A MR HMR A MR HMR A MR HMR A MR HMR Concentrationerror0.01 pH slope error r^2 F ssreg V(mL) 1.08983243 0.08515203 0.98201502 163.80585 0.60526962 10 12 14 16 18 pH 4.77 4.91 5.11 5.34 5.67 4.77 4.91 5.11 5.34 5.67 0.207 0.654 0.231 0.581 0.26 0.4
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Course: Organic Chemistry
x 1.5 1 3.5 6 y 1.35 2.67 4.68 6.74 yfit 0.76 1.871 4.499 7.127 x^(2) 2.25 1 12.25 36 y^2 xiyi 1.8225 2.025 7.1289 2.67 21.9024 16.38 45.4276 40.44 sum(x) sum(y) yfit sumx^(2) sumy^2 sum(xy) 9 12.74 12.737 51.5 76.2814 61.515 Avg(y) 3.185 RegressionSS 15.
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Course: General Chemsitry
Experiment #9 The Electronic Structure of Molecules An Experiment Using Molecular Orbital Theory Adapted from S.F. Sontum, S. Walstrum, and K. Jewett Prelab Reading: Sections 8.48.7, 9.79.8 in your textbook. Introduction to Gaussian The molecule, above,
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Course: General Chemsitry
Experiment #8 Modeling Molecular Structure Prelab Reading: Make sure to have read Chapters 8 and 9 in Brown, Lemay, Bursten & Murphy before coming to lab. Bring your textbook and a pencil to your lab meeting. Introduction: Chemists often use models to hel
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Course: General Chemsitry
Experiment #7 Synthesis and Infrared Spectrum of Nitric Oxide1 Prelab Reading and Assignment: Read Sections 6.1 and 6.2 in your Brown, LeMay, Bursten, Murphy textbook To be written in your notebook: Refer to the first paragraph in the Procedure section of
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Course: General Chemistry I
CHEMISTRY 141 Fall 2013: LABORATORY SYLLABUS Instructors: Ethan Kohn, Keyes 303B, x5758, eakohn@colby.edu Tom Shattuck, Keyes 213, x5759, twshattu@colby.edu Lisa Miller, Keyes 310, x5752, lmmiller@colby.edu Lab schedule: The first lab sessions will meet i
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Course: Chemistry For Citizens
Chemistry 112 Chemistry for Citizens Fall 2013 Instructor: Julie T. Millard, Dorros Professor of Life Sciences Keyes 304, x5757; jtmillar@colby.edu Office Hours: Professor Millard will announce her office hours weekly. Please do not hesitate to make an ap
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Course: Organic Chemistry II
CH 242 Sections A and B (Spring, 2014): Organic Chemistry Syllabus and Course Information Instructor: Dasan M. Thamattoor Office: Keyes 302; Phone: 5765 Email: dmthamat@colby.edu Course Web Page: http:/www.colby.edu/chemistry/ch242s14 Materials: (a) "Orga
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Course: Mathematical Statistics I: Probability
Colby College Department of Mathematics MA381 Mathematical Statistics I: Probability Fall 2007 Class Meetings: MWF 1:001:50 Professor: Liam O'Brien Mudd 401 8595838 lobrien@colby.edu Office Hours: MTWF 10:0011:00, by appointment, or whenever my door is
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Course: Chemistry
Chemistry 118 Chemistry of Life January 2009 Lecture Instructor: Julie T. Millard, Dorros Professor of Life Sciences Keyes 304, x5757; jtmillar@colby.edu Laboratory Instructors: Lisa M. Miller (laboratory section A) Keyes 310, x5752; lmmiller@colby.edu Ri
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Course: PH145
PH 145 Spring 2012 Foundations of Electromagnetism and Optics Syllabus Week Class Date Subject(Reading assignments from Halliday, Resnick and Walker) (1) 1 Feb. 1 Introduction 2 Feb. 3 Electric charge and Coulombs law Read: Sections 211 through 216 3 Fe
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
Chapter 2 SSM: Linear Algebra Chapter 2 2.1 1. Not a linear transformation, since y2 = x2 + 2 is not linear in our sense. 3. Not linear, since y2 = x1 x3 is nonlinear. 5. By Fact 2.1.2, the three columns of the 2 3 matrix A are T (e1 ), T (e2 ), a
School: Colby
Course: Advanced Organic
Chem 242 Spring 2010 Problem Set #1 1. Choose from the list of compounds provided, and identify which compound gives each of the following IR spectra. O N C H Me O O O OH Me O Me Me Me OH H a) Chem 242 b) Spring 2010 c) Chem 242 d) Spring 2010 e) Chem 242
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Course: Advanced Organic
Exam 2 BC 367 November 19, 2009 Answer Key 1. D 2. D 3. B 4. A 5. A 6. A 7. B 8. E 9. B 10. D 11. a) No, the rate plots are sigmoidal. b) Inhibitor. c) The enzyme must be an allosteric enzyme with a regulatory site for ATP in addition to its substratebin
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Course: Russion Language
Test de Phontique Will Bloomhardt Ma famille a une maison avec deux tages. Sur le rezdechausse, il y a une cuisine, une salle manger, et une salle de sjour. Sur le premier tage, il y a ma chambre, la chambre principale. Et la chambre de ma soeur. Il y a
School: Colby
Course: Russion Language
Can I use these movies in FinalCutPro  in the Quicktime format? You can Reencode Mpeg2 movies to quicktime for FinalCut Pro using Cleaner5.0.2 using the following settings. There is no deinterlacing, so you don't lose anything. The files increase in si
School: Colby
Course: Advanced Organic
Name (print) Chemistry 142 Exam #1 SAMPLE FOR FULL CREDIT ON CALCULATIONS YOU MUST SHOW ALL WORK! GOOD LUCK! (14) 1. Give the name (a, b) or chemical formula (c, d) for each of the following compounds. (a) (NH4)2S (b) P2O5 (4) 2. (c) hydrofluoric acid (d)
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French 231 Exam 1 Etre Je suis nous sommes Tu es vous tes Il est ils sont Et Avoir Ai avons As avez A ont eu Aller Vais allons Vas allez Va vont All Faire Fais faisons Fais faites Fait font fait Prendre Prends prenons Prends prenez Prend prennent pris dir
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Course: Biochemistry 1
BC 368  Biochemistry of the Cell II 2004 First Exam  ANSWERS MULTIPLE CHOICE: 1. d 2. c 3. b 4. d 5. c 6. c 7. d 8. a 9. d 10. d 11. The nicotine receptors in the smoker have become desensitized. They may be downregulated in one of several ways, such as
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Course: Biochemistry 1
Exam 1 BC 367 October 12, 2006 Answer Key 1. E 2. E 3. B 4. C 5. B 6. C 7. A 8. A 9. D 10. D 11. A AsnGlyAsn B HisLysLys C Trp MetTyr D AspCysPro E ValPheAla Which one of the above peptides: B E D B C C C elutes first from a column containing DE
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Course: Biochemistry 1
BC 368  Biochemistry of the Cell II 2004 Second Exam  ANSWERS MULTIPLE CHOICE: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. d b b d c a d a a b 11. This is a regulation question. Because fructose enters glycolysis where it does, the key control reaction for glycolysi
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Course: Biochemistry 1
Useful Formulae General dierential equation for oscillators 2 x + x + 0 x = f0 cos (t) has solutions x(t) = A e x(t) = x(t) = 2t cos 2 2 t+ 0 4 t 2 + xss (t) + xss (t) + xss (t) (A + B t) e A e1 t + B e2 t 2 0 = 2 0 < 2 0 > where 1 = 2 2 and the stea
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Practice Exam 1 This is a 60 minute exam Question 1. The following questions refer to the compound propyne, shown below. H3C C CH propyne a) On the structure above, identify the hybridization state of all carbon atoms. b) Draw a picture below that clearly
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Course: Biochemistry 1
BC 367 Exam 1 October 6, 2005 Name_ Part I Multiple Choice (33 points) Choose the single most correct answer. 1. In glycolysis, fructose 1,6bisphosphate is converted to two products with a standard freeenergy change (G' ) of 23.8 kJ/mol. Under what c
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Course: Biochemistry 1
1 8. ( 9 p ts ) You ha ve the following reagents on hand: S o lid s sodium a ce ta t e (pKb = 9.2 6; 8 2.0 g/mol ) Tris (pKb = 5.92; 1 21 g/mol ) NaH2PO4 (pKa =7.31; 1 20 g/mol ) NaHCO3 (pKa = 10.25; 61.0 g /mol ) S o lu t i o n s 1.0 M HCl 1.0 M NaOH a )
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Course: Biochemistry 1
BC 367 Exam 2 November 17, 2005 Name_ Part I Multiple Choice (36 points) Choose the single most correct answer. 1. In hemoglobin, the transition from T state to R state (low to high affinity) is triggered by: _ A. _ B. _ C. _ D. _ E. 2. binding of CO2.
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Course: Biochemistry 1
Par t II. Shor t Answ er ( 6 4 points ) Pl e a s e s h o w w ork a nd j us t i f y a n sw e r s . 1 3. ( 1 4 p ts ) A no vel inhibitor of the anthrax le thal fa c tor enz yme has been developed by the resear ch team of cell biologist Dr. J eanPaul Green
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Course: Chemistry
CH368, Spring 2012 Exam 1 Key 1. D 2. B 3. D 4. C 5. B 6. B 7. C 8. B 9. E 10. A 11. A) It is necessary to graph these data (e.g., a LineweaverBurk plot) in order to fully assess the transporter and the impact of fructose on the transporter. The glucose
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Course: Advanced Organic
Name_ BC 367, Exam 2 November 13, 2008 Part I. Multiple Choice (3 pts each) Please circle the single best answer. 1. The enzyme pyruvate dehydrogenase catalyzes the following reaction. What kind of enzyme is pyruvate dehydrogenase? a) lyase d) hydrolase
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Course: Advanced Organic
CH145, Fall 2009 Final Exam Practice SHOW ALL WORK! 1. The halflife of the radioactive isotope 32P is 14.3 days. How long will it take for a given sample of the isotope to lose 99.0% of its radioactivity? 8 pts 2. Is the diatomic species NF paramagnetic
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Course: Advanced Organic
CH145, Fall 2009 Part 1: 6 pts each 1. The amplitude of electromagnetic radiant energy _. A. B. C. D. E. 2. reflects its quantum energy level dictates the kinetic energy of a corresponding photoelectron refers to the cresttocrest distance of the wave fu
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Course: Advanced Organic
CH145 Fall 2009 Exam 2 PRACTICE SHOW ALL WORK! 1. What properties of a gas are responsible for its deviation from ideality? (8 pts) 2. Which of the following statements about an ideal gas at constant temperature is true? (6 pts) (a) the kinetic energy of
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Course: Advanced Organic
Name (print) Chemistry 142 Exam #3 SAMPLE FOR FULL CREDIT ON CALCULATIONS YOU MUST SHOW ALL WORK! GOOD LUCK! (16) 1. Balance the following equations (will be graded as all right or all wrong): (a) NO2 (aq) + Al (s) NH3 (aq) + Al(OH)4 (aq) (basic condition
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Course: Advanced Organic
Name (print) Chemistry 142 Exam #2 SAMPLE FOR FULL CREDIT ON CALCULATIONS YOU MUST SHOW ALL WORK! GOOD LUCK! (13) 1. What is the conjugate base of HAsO42? What is the Kb for the conjugate base of HAsO42? What is the conjugate acid of HAsO42? What is the K
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Course: Advanced Organic
Recommended Problems To Study for the ACS Final Exam (sections refer to the ACS study guides available on CH141 course reserve) Atomic Structure: all Molecular Structure and Bonding: all Stoichiometry: all States of Matter/Solutions: all Energetics: EN16
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Course: Advanced Organic
CH141 Fall 2009 Exam 3 Practice 1. Which element has the electron configuration: 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 3d10 4s2 4p2 ? _ A. K _ B. Si _ C. Zn _ D. Ca _ E. Ge 2. Which of the following elements has the lowest first ionization energy? _ A. K _ B. Na _ C. S _ D
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Course: Advanced Organic
Tetrahedron Letters 50 (2009) 28012804 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Tetrahedron Letters journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/tetlet Total synthesis of ()megistophylline I Yuko Nishihama, Yuichi Ishikawa, Shigeru Nishiyama * Department o
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Course: Advanced Organic
Tetrahedron Letters 50 (2009) 27132715 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Tetrahedron Letters journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/tetlet Synthesis of ()oleocanthal via a tandem intramolecular Michael cyclizationHWE olefination Brandon J. Eng
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Course: Advanced Organic
Tetrahedron Letters 50 (2009) 28572859 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Tetrahedron Letters journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/tetlet Stereoselective total synthesis of ()7deoxytransdihydronarciclasine, a potent antineoplastic phenanth
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Course: Advanced Organic
Name_ BC 367, Exam 1 October 9, 2008 Multiple Choice (3 pts each) Please circle the single best answer. 1. Given only the information shown here, which of the following statements is true? i) ethyl acetate + H2O ethanol + acetic acid ii) glucose + Pi glu
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Course: Advanced Organic
BC 367 Exam 1 October 8, 2009 Answer Key 1. D 2. E 3. E 4. C 5. B 6. D 7. B 8. B 9. D 10. D 11. a) A b) B c) Peptide A contains no aromatic amino acids, so it has no A280. d) C e) C 12. d, e, g collagen a, c keratin b silk fibroin 13. a) NaH2PO4 (its pKa
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Course: Chemistry
Name_ Chemistry 112 Exam 2 November 18, 2011 Part I Multiple Choice (3 points each). Please choose the single best answer. 1. Given these two energy diagrams for Reaction 1 and Reaction 2, which of the following is true? a) Reaction 1 is more thermodynam
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Course: Chemistry
Name_ Exam 1 Chemistry 112 October 7, 2011 Part I Multiple Choice (3 points each). Please choose the single correct answer. 1. Which of the following prefixes is the largest? a) kilo b) nano c) micro d) milli 2. Which of the following is an example of a
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 7 Solutions 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 3.3, problems *18, *22, *26, *28, *30, *36, *38. *18 Well, if el professor is going to ask you to do things involving nasty matrices, it's nice when they come prero
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 8 Solutions 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 3.3 43. The point is that if we take a basis {v1, v2, . . . , vr} of V and a basis {w1, w2, . . . , ws} of W, then {v1, v2, . . . , vr, w1, w2, . . . , ws} will be a
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Solutions for Problem Set Last 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 6.1 *26. The eigenvalues are 3 and 8. 28. The eigenvalues are 2, 3, and 5. *30. The eigenvalues are 3, 8, and 2. *32. 210 *44. Easy by multilinearity: det(kA)
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 1 This problem set is about systems of linear equations and Gaussian elimination. As such, it includes several problems that are here just to help you practice the process. Most of those you need not turn in, but you s
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 2 This problem set covers systems of linear equations and Gaussian elimination, basics of column vectors and Rm, and a little bit about linear spaces. As usual, solve all the problems, then write up and turn in those m
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 3 This problem set deals mostly with linear transformations and matrices, but there's also some stuff about more general linear spaces. As usual, solve all the problems, then write up and turn in those marked with an as
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 4 This problem set deals with linear transformations and matrices, as before, with special attention to the issue of invertibility and to matrix multiplication and its meaning. Plus, just a touch on kernels and images.
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 5 This problem set deals mostly with subspaces, spans, linear dependence and independence, and bases. As usual, solve all the problems, then write up and turn in those marked with an asterisk. Given Fall Break, this ass
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 6 This is a short problem set to keep you busy until Wednesday. There are only three problems, and all of them are starred. This assignment is due on All Hallows Eve, Wednesday, October 31. *1. Let P be the linear space
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 7 Most of this assignment deals with bases and dimension, both in Rn and in more general vector spaces. Linear transformations also come in, and the rank and nullity theorem will play role. This is due on Wednesday, Nov
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 8 Bases, dimension, coordinatization, and the matrix of a linear transformation: all neat stuff. This is due on Wednesday, November 14. 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 3.3, problems 43, 44, 47, *62, *63, *64.
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set Last This is a big assignment. The theory of eigenvalues and eigenvectors is critical and will be the main focus of the final exam. In order find eigenvalues, you need to understand determinants at least a little bit. T
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007 Midterm 1 Solutions In each of the ten questions that follow, decide whether the statement being made is true or false. Indicate your decision by writing T or F in the space provided. Each question is worth four points. 1. If a subs
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Spring 2007  Problem Set 1 Solutions 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 1.1, problems 5, 7, 9, *20, *28. Problems 5, 7, and 9 should be straightforward; the answers are in the back of the book. Let's do the other two. 20. The total de
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 2 Solutions 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 1.1, problem *46 The equations are x1 + x2 + x3 = 1000 .2x1 + .5x2 + 2x3 = 1000. Rowreducing and solving leads to 5a  5000 x1 3 x2 = 6a + 800 , 3 x3 a where
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 3 Solutions 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 2.1 0 0 0 doesn't go to 0. 1. Not linear. For example, 0 0 y1 x1 3. Not linear. If we scale x2 by , the output becomes 2y2, which x3 y3 is not times the ori
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 6 Solutions *1. Let P be the linear space of all polynomials (of any degree). Show that no finite set of polynomials {p1(t), p2(t), . . . , pm(t)} can span all of P. (Hint: since there are a finite number of polynomials
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 5 Solutions 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 3.1, problems *18, *22, *38, *48. *18. Rowreducing A gives rref(A) = 1 4 0 0 so the image is spanned by the first row, which is the only one that has a pivot. So
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 4 Solutions 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 2.3 1 The inverse is 8 3 . 5 2 *2 The matrix is not invertible. *4 The inverse is 3 2 1 2 3 2 1 1 2 0  1 . 2 1 1 2 *12 Hard to do by hand; doing it with t
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Course: PH145
PH 145 Colby College Foundations of Electromagnetism and Optics Exam #2 Equations Coulombs Law and Superposition: F12 = 1 q1 q2 r12 2 4o r12 F1,net = F12 + F13 + F14 + . + F1n Electric Fields: F qo E= E point = charge 1q r 4o r 2 Calculating Electric Fiel
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PH 145 Colby College Foundations of Electromagnetism and Optics Sample Midterm Examination #1 The following test will be collected after one hour. The test is closed book and closed notes. Calculators are allowed. No Cell Phones are allowed in the exam ro
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PH 145 Colby College Foundations of Electromagnetism and Optics Exam #1 Equations Coulombs Law and Superposition: F12 = 1 q1 q2 r12 2 4o r12 F1,net = F12 + F13 + F14 + . + F1n Electric Fields: F qo E= E point = charge 1q r 4o r 2 Calculating Electric Fiel
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Course: Physical Chemistry
20 Minute Review QuizletAnswers 1. Calculate the activity of 0.100 m Ti(NO3)2 . The result should be expressed in terms of . (Dont bother to find explicitly). Answer: Note that m+ = mTi2+ = m and m = mNO3 = 2 m. The overall activity is then: 2 2 3 m+ m
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CS151 Spring 2009 Final Review Stephanie R Taylor May 8, 2009 1 What to Expect 1.1 Major Themes Symbol Tables A symbol table for the a function exists while the function is executing (and goes away after the return) There is a symbol table in each modu
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PH 145 Spring 2012 Foundations of Electromagnetism and Optics Course Outline 0. Introduction to Physics 145 A. The science of physics B. Course goals and objectives 1. Overarching goal 2. Specic goals/course overview C. Technical details about the operati
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Chemistry, The Central Science, 11th edition Theodore L. Brown; H. Eugene LeMay, Jr.; and Bruce E. Bursten Chapter 4 Aqueous Reactions and Solution Stoichiometry John D. Bookstaver St. Charles Community College Cottleville, MO Aqueous Reactions 2009, Pre
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Molecular Genetics and Metabolism 74, 75 88 (2001) doi:10.1006/mgme.2001.3220, available online at http:/www.idealibrary.com on MINIREVIEW Dystrophin and Muscular Dystrophy: Past, Present, and Future Kristine F. OBrien* ,1 and Louis M. Kunkel* , , ,2 *Dep
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What would be the best way to characterize the relationship between these two carbohydrates, and which one would you expect to be more abundant in solution? 1 a. b. c. d. e. 2 They are epimers, and (1) would be more abundant They are epimers, and (2) woul
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BC 367 Review Questions for Exam 1 250 mL of 1.0 M HCl is added to 1.0 L of a 1.0 M acetic acid/sodium acetate buffer at pH 4.76 (pKa = 4.76). What is pH of the final solution? A. 5.24 B. 4.28 C. 4.55 D. 3.86 E. 4.76 (this is a buffer!) What effect would
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+ BC367, Fall 2009 Exam 2 Review Questions + In Anfinsens experiment, RNAse was denatured with urea and mercaptoethanol. After dialysis and treatment with oxygen, the enzymes activity was restored. What conclusions can be made from this? a) Urea and mer
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Fall, 2009 Physics 141: Foundations of Mechanics Course Outline I. Introduction to Physics 141 A. What are we doing here? B. What is physics? 1. Historical background a. The Copernican revolution b. The atomic hypothesis 2. Universal laws and unifying the
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Peter Serafini AM334 Film and Society Fall 2010 In No Ordinary Time, Sam Has No Ordinary Role If theres something that unites the characters of Casablanca (1942) its the music thats either playing in the background or brought to the forefront. The piano p
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Thomas Nagler Roy English 172 Tuesday, September 29, 2010 Even Less Controllable Than Time There is no happiness in comfort, happiness is brought by suffering. Dostoevsky Feelings of suffering and comfort often result from acquiring or losing some form of
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Syllabus Course Number/Title: SP101 Fundamentals of Oral Comm. Year: Spring 2012 Department: Speech Credit Hours: 3 Required Text: Essentials of Human Communication, th 7 Ed. Joseph De Vito Days/Time: 01: 11:1512:10 MWF 02: 9:3010:50 TR Instructor: Tod
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 37 Stephanie R Taylor May 6, 2009 1 Recursion A recursive function is a function that calls itself. Recursion is the term used to refer to a use of recursive functions to solve a problem or accomplish a task. 1.1 Using Recursion
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 36 Stephanie R Taylor May 4, 2009 1 Recursion A recursive function is a function that calls itself. Recursion is the term used to refer to a use of recursive functions to solve a problem or accomplish a task. 1.1 Mathematical Exa
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 34 Stephanie R Taylor April 29, 2009 1 Bubble Gum Machine We nished writing our bubble gum machine code. I have uploaded the code to Moodle and wont include it here. 2 3D Turtle The 3D turtle uses a 3D coordinate system in whic
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 29 Stephanie R Taylor April 17, 2009 1 Administrative Topics We take the quiz Please come to the pizza dinner! 2 ObjectOriented Design Principles Recall the four design principles of OO design: Modularity: making functional
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 28 Stephanie R Taylor April 15, 2009 1 ObjectOriented Design Principles Of the four chief OO design principles, we have covered two  modularity and encapsulation, although we havent necessarily used those terms. Today, we are g
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 25 Stephanie R Taylor April 8, 2009 1 Administrative Topics Moodle was down for a bit yesterday, but it seems to have been up again by the time I got home from the math dessert party last night. Did everyone see my answers to y
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 25 FollowUp Stephanie R Taylor April 8, 2009 1 Continuing with the Bouncing Balls We continue from where we left o on Wed. We were initializing a Scene, which creates an instance of Balls. We were in the midst of running the ini
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 24 Stephanie R Taylor April 6, 2009 1 Some Denitions A module is simply a collection of executable statements, function denitions, and class denitions. Modules are used to organize code. When we program using a procedural design,
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 23 Stephanie R Taylor April 3, 2009 1 Administrative Topics We take the quiz 2 From Verbs to Nouns The projects (both in and outside of class) we have done so far have taken into consideration both the nouns and verbs of the p
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CS151Spring2009Lecture23Followup QuestionsandAnswers Below are a list of questions and Stephanies answers. This is meant to accompany the lecture notes from Lectures 23 and 24 it is not a standalone document. SelfandDotNotation It is still unclear to me
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 22 Stephanie R Taylor April 1, 2009 1 Administrative Topics Quiz on Fri will be about Lsystems 2 Review of Turtle Graphics Recall that the turtle has a position and a heading. In general we make the turtle drag a pen around the
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 21 Stephanie R Taylor Mar 30, 2009 1 Administrative Topics I am passing back projects 5 and 6 today Tomorrow there is a talk in the math colloquium by a statistician who works for Google. 2 Grammars For formal languages, gramma
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 17 Stephanie R Taylor Mar 13, 2009 1 Administrative Topics Python syntax requires all code in a line of code (e.g. an assignment statement) to be on a line in the le, unless you use the escape character just before the newline.
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 16 Stephanie R Taylor Mar 11, 2009 1 Administrative Topics I will have oce hours today beginning at noon and ending by 4:30. Brian Eastwoods talk is Thurs at 4:15 with refreshments at 3:45 The Turing Award was announced yester
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 15 Stephanie R Taylor Mar 9, 2009 1 Administrative Topics I will have oce hours today beginning at noon and ending around 4:30. Moodle destroys the indentation of code I post in the homeworks. For a more nicely formatted versio
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 12 Stephanie R Taylor Mar 2, 2009 1 Administrative Topics I am leaving for a conference tomorrow and will not return until this weekend. Bruce will be teaching Wed and Fri. I will be grading the projects on the plane and will g
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 11 Stephanie R Taylor Feb 27, 2009 1 Administrative Topics We take Quiz 3 When writing python code, it is customary to append the extension .py to the lename. Please be sure to do so with your les. That way, when I download the
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 10 Stephanie R Taylor Feb 25, 2009 1 Administrative Topics Pass back quizzes Pass back projects Pass back HW5 2 More about Functions and Variables Recall the last two functions from Wednesday, # s c a l e P i c s c a l e t h e
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 9 Stephanie R Taylor Feb 23, 2009 1 Administrative Topics You will get your quizzes back on Wed. There is a talk tomorrow that may interest many of you. 2 Transforming a Picture Recall the function we wrote on Friday: # Functio
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 8 Stephanie R Taylor Feb 20, 2009 1 Administrative Topics Did you all see my tutorial about how to get pictures posted on the wiki? Time for Quiz 2 2 Images in JES This week in lab you used JES  the Jython Environment for Stud
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 7 Stephanie R Taylor Feb 18, 2009 1 Administrative Topics I am almost done grading Assignment #1. There will be no homework tonight! I am giving you a break. 2 Booleans A Boolean value is either True or False. The name Boolean
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 6 Stephanie R Taylor Feb 16, 2009 1 Administrative Topics Quizzes and homeworks will be graded and returned soon. I am about a 1/4 of the way through grading Assignment #1 and am pleased. I will have the rest graded by Wed. Qu
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 5 Stephanie R Taylor Feb 13, 2009 1 Administrative Topics To access your les on the le server On a Mac, open the nder, press cmdK, type smb:/ler/personal, hit return, enter you password and it should get you to ler. Then navig
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 4 Stephanie R Taylor Feb 11, 2009 1 Administrative Topics Sorry about the problem with Moodle. You can now resubmit homeworks you have already submitted. I want to comment on case. There are dierent ASCII code for capital lette
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 3 Stephanie R Taylor Feb 9, 2009 1 Administrative Topics Does everyone have a project partner? Moodle was down yesterday. Did you all get my message about the instructions on the cs departments website. There is a grader for t
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 2 Stephanie R Taylor Feb 6, 2009 1 Administrative Topics Did everyone make it to lab this week? Any problems with Moodle? Any questions about the homework? Any other questions? HW Policy Change The short homeworks will now b
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CS151 Spring 2009 Lecture 1 Stephanie R Taylor Feb 4, 2009 1 Introduction to Computational Thinking Computational Thinking is thinking about what problems computers can solve and how they can solve them. In the syllabus, we describe computational thinking
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Alcohol Protecting Groups O OTBS O O O O O TMS O NH O OPMB O MeO OAc Me OAc PMBO OPMB O Me OPMB OMe O OTBS OBz BzO OBz OAc OBz OAc TBSO Me H OTBS Me OTBS Me PMBO OPMB O H OPMB TBSO OTBS O Me O OPMB OPMB O OTBS OTBS OTBS TBSO OTBS Me OTBS OH OTBS OTBS OTBS
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Carbenes Carey & Sundberg, Part B, Chapter 10, 614650. Carbenes: Introduction Carbene Electronic Structure 1.078 p p H 133.8 H H H Triplet (two unpaired e) Often has radicallike character Singlet (all e paired) Capale of both electrophilic and nucleo
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CS151: Problem Solving and Programming Lecture Notes 1 Computational Thinking If you were trapped on a desert island, why would you want to be a computer scientist? To be honest, if you were alone, you probably would be better served being a herb
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Book with Author(s) Example: Brown, T.L; Lemay, H. E. Jr.; Bursten, B.E.; Murphy, C.J.; Woodward, P. M. Chemistry The Central Science, 12th ed.; Pearson, Prentice Hall: Boston, MA, 2012; p 6. Websites Example 1: ChemFinder.Com. http:/chemfinder.cambridges
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Chemistry 112 Exam 2 Key Part I Multiple Choice 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. C B C B A D D B C D C A D A C Part II Short Answer. 1. a) If this reaction takes place in a closed container at room temperature, what effect on the rate
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Name_ Exam 1 Chemistry 112 October 7, 2013 Part I Multiple Choice (3 points each). Please choose the single correct answer. 1. How many kilometers are there in one meter? a) 0.001 b) 0.01 c) 100 d) 1000 2. An experiment was performed to find the number o
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Name_ BI315  Animal Cells, Tissues, and Organs ANSWERS to Exam I  Fall, 2010 1. A. They have a role in maintaining the integrity of hemidesmosomes, which link the basal epithelial cells to the basal lamina. B. Mast cell secretions call in other defensiv
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Mason Zemel 4/28/10 Story #3 Puzzle Are you sure everything is packed and ready. You arent going out tonight unless all thats done Benjamin. Yeah Mom I know, I know. The idea of college freaked me out. Packing up my entire life in a couple of suitcases fo
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First exam. Mathematical Economics. Professor Guillermo Vuletin. Student Name:_ Student ID:_ I) Examine whether the following systems of equations have solutions. If they do, find all the solutions. If they do not, explain why. (5 points each) a) 2 x1 3
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Name_ Exam 1 Chemistry 118 January 14, 2009 Part I Multiple Choice (2 points each). Please choose the single best answer. 1. The modern model of the atom puts electrons in a) linear paths called line spectra b) spherical paths called orbits c) volumes of
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Name_ Chemistry 118 Exam 2 January 22, 2009 Part I Multiple Choice (2 points each). Please choose the single best answer. 1. For which of the following does hydrogen bonding NOT contribute to intermolecular forces? a) H2O b) NH3 c) CH4 d) HF 2. Which of
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PH 145 Colby College Foundations of Electromagnetism and Optics Exam #1 Equations Coulombs Law and Superposition: F12 = 1 q1 q2 r12 2 4o r12 F1,net = F12 + F13 + F14 + . + F1n Electric Fields: F qo E= E point = charge 1q r 4o r 2 Calculating Electric Fiel
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PH 145 Colby College Foundations of Electromagnetism and Optics Sample Midterm Examination #1 The following test will be collected after one hour. The test is closed book and closed notes. Calculators are allowed. No Cell Phones are allowed in the exam ro
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PH 145 Colby College Foundations of Electromagnetism and Optics Exam #2 Equations Coulombs Law and Superposition: F12 = 1 q1 q2 r12 2 4o r12 F1,net = F12 + F13 + F14 + . + F1n Electric Fields: F qo E= E point = charge 1q r 4o r 2 Calculating Electric Fiel
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Name_ Exam 1 Chemistry 112 October 7, 2011 Part I Multiple Choice (3 points each). Please choose the single correct answer. 1. Which of the following prefixes is the largest? a) kilo b) nano c) micro d) milli 2. Which of the following is an example of a
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Name_ Chemistry 112 Exam 2 November 18, 2011 Part I Multiple Choice (3 points each). Please choose the single best answer. 1. Given these two energy diagrams for Reaction 1 and Reaction 2, which of the following is true? a) Reaction 1 is more thermodynam
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CH368, Spring 2012 Exam 1 Key 1. D 2. B 3. D 4. C 5. B 6. B 7. C 8. B 9. E 10. A 11. A) It is necessary to graph these data (e.g., a LineweaverBurk plot) in order to fully assess the transporter and the impact of fructose on the transporter. The glucose
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Par t II. Shor t Answ er ( 6 4 points ) Pl e a s e s h o w w ork a nd j us t i f y a n sw e r s . 1 3. ( 1 4 p ts ) A no vel inhibitor of the anthrax le thal fa c tor enz yme has been developed by the resear ch team of cell biologist Dr. J eanPaul Green
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BC 367 Exam 2 November 17, 2005 Name_ Part I Multiple Choice (36 points) Choose the single most correct answer. 1. In hemoglobin, the transition from T state to R state (low to high affinity) is triggered by: _ A. _ B. _ C. _ D. _ E. 2. binding of CO2.
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1 8. ( 9 p ts ) You ha ve the following reagents on hand: S o lid s sodium a ce ta t e (pKb = 9.2 6; 8 2.0 g/mol ) Tris (pKb = 5.92; 1 21 g/mol ) NaH2PO4 (pKa =7.31; 1 20 g/mol ) NaHCO3 (pKa = 10.25; 61.0 g /mol ) S o lu t i o n s 1.0 M HCl 1.0 M NaOH a )
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BC 367 Exam 1 October 6, 2005 Name_ Part I Multiple Choice (33 points) Choose the single most correct answer. 1. In glycolysis, fructose 1,6bisphosphate is converted to two products with a standard freeenergy change (G' ) of 23.8 kJ/mol. Under what c
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Practice Exam 1 This is a 60 minute exam Question 1. The following questions refer to the compound propyne, shown below. H3C C CH propyne a) On the structure above, identify the hybridization state of all carbon atoms. b) Draw a picture below that clearly
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Useful Formulae General dierential equation for oscillators 2 x + x + 0 x = f0 cos (t) has solutions x(t) = A e x(t) = x(t) = 2t cos 2 2 t+ 0 4 t 2 + xss (t) + xss (t) + xss (t) (A + B t) e A e1 t + B e2 t 2 0 = 2 0 < 2 0 > where 1 = 2 2 and the stea
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BC 368  Biochemistry of the Cell II 2004 Second Exam  ANSWERS MULTIPLE CHOICE: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. d b b d c a d a a b 11. This is a regulation question. Because fructose enters glycolysis where it does, the key control reaction for glycolysi
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Exam 1 BC 367 October 12, 2006 Answer Key 1. E 2. E 3. B 4. C 5. B 6. C 7. A 8. A 9. D 10. D 11. A AsnGlyAsn B HisLysLys C Trp MetTyr D AspCysPro E ValPheAla Which one of the above peptides: B E D B C C C elutes first from a column containing DE
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BC 368  Biochemistry of the Cell II 2004 First Exam  ANSWERS MULTIPLE CHOICE: 1. d 2. c 3. b 4. d 5. c 6. c 7. d 8. a 9. d 10. d 11. The nicotine receptors in the smoker have become desensitized. They may be downregulated in one of several ways, such as
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French 231 Exam 1 Etre Je suis nous sommes Tu es vous tes Il est ils sont Et Avoir Ai avons As avez A ont eu Aller Vais allons Vas allez Va vont All Faire Fais faisons Fais faites Fait font fait Prendre Prends prenons Prends prenez Prend prennent pris dir
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Name (print) Chemistry 142 Exam #1 SAMPLE FOR FULL CREDIT ON CALCULATIONS YOU MUST SHOW ALL WORK! GOOD LUCK! (14) 1. Give the name (a, b) or chemical formula (c, d) for each of the following compounds. (a) (NH4)2S (b) P2O5 (4) 2. (c) hydrofluoric acid (d)
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Can I use these movies in FinalCutPro  in the Quicktime format? You can Reencode Mpeg2 movies to quicktime for FinalCut Pro using Cleaner5.0.2 using the following settings. There is no deinterlacing, so you don't lose anything. The files increase in si
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Test de Phontique Will Bloomhardt Ma famille a une maison avec deux tages. Sur le rezdechausse, il y a une cuisine, une salle manger, et une salle de sjour. Sur le premier tage, il y a ma chambre, la chambre principale. Et la chambre de ma soeur. Il y a
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Exam 2 BC 367 November 19, 2009 Answer Key 1. D 2. D 3. B 4. A 5. A 6. A 7. B 8. E 9. B 10. D 11. a) No, the rate plots are sigmoidal. b) Inhibitor. c) The enzyme must be an allosteric enzyme with a regulatory site for ATP in addition to its substratebin
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Name_ BC 367, Exam 2 November 13, 2008 Part I. Multiple Choice (3 pts each) Please circle the single best answer. 1. The enzyme pyruvate dehydrogenase catalyzes the following reaction. What kind of enzyme is pyruvate dehydrogenase? a) lyase d) hydrolase
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BC 367 Exam 1 October 8, 2009 Answer Key 1. D 2. E 3. E 4. C 5. B 6. D 7. B 8. B 9. D 10. D 11. a) A b) B c) Peptide A contains no aromatic amino acids, so it has no A280. d) C e) C 12. d, e, g collagen a, c keratin b silk fibroin 13. a) NaH2PO4 (its pKa
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Name_ BC 367, Exam 1 October 9, 2008 Multiple Choice (3 pts each) Please circle the single best answer. 1. Given only the information shown here, which of the following statements is true? i) ethyl acetate + H2O ethanol + acetic acid ii) glucose + Pi glu
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Tetrahedron Letters 50 (2009) 28572859 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Tetrahedron Letters journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/tetlet Stereoselective total synthesis of ()7deoxytransdihydronarciclasine, a potent antineoplastic phenanth
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Tetrahedron Letters 50 (2009) 27132715 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Tetrahedron Letters journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/tetlet Synthesis of ()oleocanthal via a tandem intramolecular Michael cyclizationHWE olefination Brandon J. Eng
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Tetrahedron Letters 50 (2009) 28012804 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Tetrahedron Letters journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/tetlet Total synthesis of ()megistophylline I Yuko Nishihama, Yuichi Ishikawa, Shigeru Nishiyama * Department o
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CH141 Fall 2009 Exam 3 Practice 1. Which element has the electron configuration: 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 3d10 4s2 4p2 ? _ A. K _ B. Si _ C. Zn _ D. Ca _ E. Ge 2. Which of the following elements has the lowest first ionization energy? _ A. K _ B. Na _ C. S _ D
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Recommended Problems To Study for the ACS Final Exam (sections refer to the ACS study guides available on CH141 course reserve) Atomic Structure: all Molecular Structure and Bonding: all Stoichiometry: all States of Matter/Solutions: all Energetics: EN16
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Name (print) Chemistry 142 Exam #2 SAMPLE FOR FULL CREDIT ON CALCULATIONS YOU MUST SHOW ALL WORK! GOOD LUCK! (13) 1. What is the conjugate base of HAsO42? What is the Kb for the conjugate base of HAsO42? What is the conjugate acid of HAsO42? What is the K
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Name (print) Chemistry 142 Exam #3 SAMPLE FOR FULL CREDIT ON CALCULATIONS YOU MUST SHOW ALL WORK! GOOD LUCK! (16) 1. Balance the following equations (will be graded as all right or all wrong): (a) NO2 (aq) + Al (s) NH3 (aq) + Al(OH)4 (aq) (basic condition
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Course: Advanced Organic
CH145 Fall 2009 Exam 2 PRACTICE SHOW ALL WORK! 1. What properties of a gas are responsible for its deviation from ideality? (8 pts) 2. Which of the following statements about an ideal gas at constant temperature is true? (6 pts) (a) the kinetic energy of
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CH145, Fall 2009 Part 1: 6 pts each 1. The amplitude of electromagnetic radiant energy _. A. B. C. D. E. 2. reflects its quantum energy level dictates the kinetic energy of a corresponding photoelectron refers to the cresttocrest distance of the wave fu
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CH145, Fall 2009 Final Exam Practice SHOW ALL WORK! 1. The halflife of the radioactive isotope 32P is 14.3 days. How long will it take for a given sample of the isotope to lose 99.0% of its radioactivity? 8 pts 2. Is the diatomic species NF paramagnetic
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CH145 Exam 3 practice SHOW ALL WORK 1. Indicate whether each compound can act as an acid, a base, both an acid and base, or neither an acid nor a base when dissolved in water. (Circle your choice) Mg(HSO4)2 aniline CaS FeF3 acid acid acid acid base base b
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Course: Genomics
PCR Testing of Plate Colonies April 6, 2009 When you have a plate with many colonies on it and you need to test many or all of them for the presence of a specific piece of DNA (such as a specific insert in a plasmid) it can be tedious and time consuming t
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BI379 F09 Exam 2 November 18, 2009 Finished exam is due by 5 PM on Monday, November 23. Please write it on the computer (not by hand). You may send it in by email. I. I'm going to reverse the process we've been doing with papers. Normally, I pick a paper
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BI379 F09 Exam 1 Key 1. As an OBGYN physician, you have seen your share of odd occurrences. Sadly, the child of one of your recent patients was stillborn and showed some odd features; namely, the child showed cyclopia. The distraught mother wanted to kno
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BI379 F09 Exam 2 November 18, 2009 Finished exam is due by 5 PM on Monday, November 23. Please write it on the computer (not by hand). You may send it in by email. I. I'm going to reverse the process we've been doing with papers. Normally, I pick a paper
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Name (please print):_ Practice Exam 1 Chemistry 142 Part 1. Answer 7 of the following 8 multiple choice questions. If you answer more than 8 cross out the one you wish not to be graded, otherwise only the first 8 will be graded. 4 points each. 1.
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Scott Russell. CS398. Spring 2008. 1 Takehome Midterm Exam Due start of class Monday, April 14, 2008. Instructions: Please start each problem on a new page and leave a blank line or two between subparts. You may type or hand write your solutions,
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Final Exam. Mathematical Economics. Professor Guillermo Vuletin. Student Name:_ Student ID:_ Question I) First order differential equations. In this question we will work with the AK growth model (Rebelo, 1991). The main difference with respect to t
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007 Midterm 2 Solutions Overall, folks did pretty well; the median grade was a very high 88 points, and only two people scored below 70. In particular, I was happy to see that folks did well on the first two sections. Most people did ok
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ma253, Spring 2007 Midterm 1 This test has two parts. The first part is focused on concepts. It consists of ten truefalse questions very much like the review problems in our textbook. This part is worth up to 40 points. The second part consists of
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Chem 242 Spring 2010 Problem Set #1 1. Choose from the list of compounds provided, and identify which compound gives each of the following IR spectra. O N C H Me O O O OH Me O Me Me Me OH H a) Chem 242 b) Spring 2010 c) Chem 242 d) Spring 2010 e) Chem 242
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Course: Physical Chemistry
Chemical Potential of Solutions (g) = (g) + RT ln P/P Pure gas A(g) = (g) + RT ln PA/P A *(l) = (g) + RT ln P*/P A A A A(l) = (g) + RT ln PA/P A A(l) = *(l) + RT ln xA A B(l) = B(l) + RT ln xB Colby College PB xA A(l) = *(l) + RT ln PA/P* A A PA xB
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ECO 500: Module One Homework: Problem Sets 1. You are running a company that is owned by stockholders. Your goal is to maximize shareholder value. Explain how each of the following events is likely to affect shareholder value and identify uncertainties re
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Course: Mathematical Statistics I: Probability
MA397 Fall 2008 Homework 7 Due 11/12/2008 Homework Policies: Working in groups is absolutely fine but you must write up your own answer in your own words. Homework is due at the beginning of class on the day indicated. (1) M&S 10.4 (page 482) Use opecoil.
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Course: Mathematical Statistics I: Probability
MA397 Fall 2008 Homework 3 Due 9/24/2008 Homework Policies: Working in groups is absolutely fine but you must write up your own answer in your own words. Homework is due at the beginning of class on the day indicated. (1) M&S 4.1 (Page 176) (2) M&S 4.5 (P
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EC336. Mathematical Economics. Professor Guillermo Vuletin Fall 2008 Problem Set 2 Due date: 9/25/08 (during lecture, DIAM 341) Question 1) Rybczynski model Brief description of the model and its implication: In the last problem set you worked with the He
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EC336. Mathematical Economics. Professor Guillermo Vuletin Fall 2008 Problem Set 2 Due date: 9/30/08 (during lecture, DIAM 341) Question 1) Rybczynski model Brief description of the model and its implication: In the last problem set you worked with the He
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Course: PH145
PH 145 Colby College Foundations of Electromagnetism and Optics Problem Set 1 Due: Monday, February 6, 2012 Reading: Halliday, Resnick and Walker, Sections 211 through 216, and 221 through 225. 1. Halliday, Resnick and Walker, Chapter #21, Question 4.
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Course: Chemistry
BC367,Fall2011 Problemset#1 Due:Friday,September9 1. Proposefourdistinctapproachestomaking75.0mLofa100.0mMsodium phosphatebufferwithapHof7.2givenplentifulquantitiesofthefollowing solutions(allat1.00M):H3PO4,NaH2PO4,Na2HPO4,Na3PO4,andNaOH(You alsohaveplent
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Course: Chemistry
BC367,Fall2011 Problemset#2 Due:Friday,September16 (Dontforgetthateachquestionshouldbeansweredonaseparatesheetofpaper. Also,pleasetypeyournarrativeanswers.) 1. Calculatetheisoelecticpointofthefollowingpeptides: a. RADISH b. SCIENCE c. FEKETE 2. Drawthepep
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BC367,Fall2011 Problemset#3 Due:Friday,September23 Proteinhomologysearchingacasestudy Thesituation: Anadultmalepresentswithfatigueandshortnessofbreathwhenphysicallyactive.Heis anemic and has a pale complexion. He has discomfort on the left side of his abd
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Course: Chemistry
BC367,Fall2011 Problemset#4 Due:Friday,September30th (Dontforgetthateachquestionshouldbeansweredonaseparatesheetofpaper. Also,pleasetypeyournarrativeanswers.) 1. Inadditiontothemoretypicallyusedmodesofliquidchromatography(ion exchange,sizeexclusion,affini
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Course: Chemistry
BC367,Fall2011 Problemset#5 Due:Friday,October14th Foragivenproteinligandcomplex,usethefollowingdatasettocalculatethe equilibriumdissociationconstant(feelfreetostapleanExcelspreadsheet/graphas partofyouranswer): [L](M) 0.002 0.167 0.004 0.286 0.006 0.375
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BC367,Fall2011 Problemset#5 Due:Friday,October14th Foragivenproteinligandcomplex,usethefollowingdatasettocalculatethe equilibriumdissociationconstant(feelfreetostapleanExcelspreadsheet/graphas partofyouranswer): [L](M) 0.002 0.167 0.004 0.286 0.006 0.375
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Course: Chemistry
BC367,Fall2011 Problemset#6 Due:Friday,October21 (Eachproblemmustbecompletedonaseparatepage.Allshortanswerquestions mustbetyped.Allmathproblemsmustshowwork.) 1. Ifanenzymeenhancestherateofaparticularenzymaticreactionby5.3x 1011fold,whatisthedifferenceinth
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Course: Chemistry
BC367,Fall2011 Problemset#7 Due:Friday,October28th (Handinproblemsmustbedoneonseparatepages.Allshortanswerquestionsmust betyped.) Beforecompletingthisassignment,pleasereadthearticleattachedtothewiki byParang.Thefollowingquestionsarebasedonthatarticle. 1.
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Course: Chemistry
BC367,Fall2011 Problemset#6 Due:Friday,November4th (Handinproblemsmustbedoneonseparatepages&shortanswerquestionstyped) 1. The sweetness of honey can be attributed to Dfructopyranose, one of the sweetesttasting carbohydrates known. However, cooking with ho
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Course: Chemistry
BC367,Fall2011 Problemset#9 Due:Friday,November11th (Handinproblemsmustbedoneonseparatepages&shortanswerquestionstyped) 1. Hydrogen bonding between A and T (or G and C) bases is usually cited as the principle basis for complementarity and homology. Howeve
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Course: Chemistry
BC367,'Fall'2011' Problem'set'#10' Due:'Friday,'December'2nd' (HandAin'problems'must'be'done'on'separate'pages.'All'short'answer'questions'must' be'typed.)' ! Before!completing!this!assignment,!please!read!the!article!attached!to!the!wiki! by!Vaziri.!The!
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BC367, Fall 2011 Problem set #11 Due: Friday, December 9th (All short answer questions must be typed.) 1) Propose an experimental strategy to identify the lipids that constitute human red blood cells. (no
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Problems assigned in MA439 Leo Livshits September 29, 2010 1 Problems 1 Problem. Suppose : P ([0, 1]) R+ is dened by (S ) = sup(S ) inf(S ) Is additive/countably additive? Declared: Correctly prsnted: KB * SK * KN 2 Problem. Find examples of semialgebras
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ma253, Fall 2010 Problem Set 1 Solutions 1. We work with the linear space R2 . Fix two numbers a and b and consider the function f : R2 R given by f Check that f is a linear function. We need to check that f distributes over sums and allows us to pull out
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Course: Biochemistry 1
BC368 Biochemistry of the Cell II Problem Set #4 Overview of Metabolism ANSWERS 1. Because the concentrations of reactants and products deviate from the standard 1 M, the standard free energy of hydrolysis (30.5 kJ/mol) does not apply. G= GO RT lnQ For
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Course: Biochemistry 1
BC368 Biochemistry of the Cell II Problem Set #3 Signaling ANSWERS 1. The fact that the two growth factors together do not raise cAMP levels higher than either growth factor alone tells you that the two growth factors are probably using the same pathway,
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Course: Biochemistry 1
BC368 Biochemistry of the Cell II Problem Set #2 Membrane Transport ANSWERS 1. Because conductance in the presence of Ionophore X is affected so dramatically by temperature, X must be a carrier. At temperatures below the transition temperature of the memb
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Course: Biochemistry 1
BC368 Biochemistry of the Cell II Problem Set #1 Membrane Structure ANSWERS 1. The fatty acyl chain in sphingomyelin is linked in an amide linkage, so SP is not a substrate for phospholipase A2. In addition, only lipids in the exoplasmic monolayer of the
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Course: Biochemistry 1
BC368 Biochemistry of the Cell II Problem Set #5 Carbohydrate Catabolism ANSWERS 1. See the paper cited for a detailed explanation. In brief: If hexokinase is not inhibited, then the two ATPrequiring steps at the beginning of glycolysis will deplete ATP
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Lucy Gerrity Exercise 3 EN278: Creative Writing October 3, 2010 7 or 8 Things The closet in the hall was filled with shoes. She had gotten them from all over, and she wouldnt throw any away, nor would she give them to anyone else. Some had never been worn
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Justin Partridge Amanda Palffy Heather Quadir 10/7/10 Problem Set Connective Tissue When a person reacts to an allergen, IgE antibodies are secreted from lymphocytes. The IgE antibody binds to receptors on mast cells, causing degranulation, synthesis of l
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Course: Genomics
BI379 F09 Exercise 6 Key A. How do you assess microarray data and cluster genes? 1. Read math minutes 6.1, 6.2, 6.3 2. Do Math Minute Discovery questions MM6.2 #1 and #2 MM6.3 # 1 4. MM6.2 #1: The diagonal entries of Table MM6.2 need not be calculated, be
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Course: Genomics
BI379 F09 Assignment 6 1. On Monday, I'd like those of you who will be doing PCR tests of colonies to have run the tests and, if possible, run a gel to check them as well. I have left a larger gel rig with two combs in it in the lab and instructions (75 m
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Course: Genomics
BI379 F09 Assignment 5 Due Thursday, Oct 29 I. One of the classic examples of relating SNPs within a gene to a disease involves SNPs that define alleles of the apolipoprotein E (APOE) gene. Depending upon the alleles that one has, the likelihood of develo
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Course: Genomics
BI379 F09 Assignment 5 Due Thursday, Oct 29 I. One of the classic examples of relating SNPs within a gene to a disease involves SNPs that define alleles of the apolipoprotein E (APOE) gene. Depending upon the alleles that one has, the likelihood of develo
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Course: Genomics
BI 379 Assignments for this/next week 1. Read the Chapter 3, section 3.2. I want to concentrate on the following on Thursday a) Revisiting the tree of life (what organism is the root of the tree of life?) p 126128 b) What are the origins of the genes fro
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Course: Genomics
BI379 F09 Assignment 3 Key Answer the following questions about the paper entitled A Universal trend of amino acid gain and loss in protein evolution (Jordan et al., Nature, Feb 2005, Vol 433, pp 633638.) Dont forget that the results of this paper are al
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Course: Genomics
BI379 F09 Assignment 3 Due Tuesday, Oct 6 Answer the following questions about the paper entitled A Universal trend of amino acid gain and loss in protein evolution (Jordan et al., Nature, Feb 2005, Vol 433, pp 633638.) Dont forget that the results of th
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Course: Genomics
BI379 F09 Exercise 2 Key B: Do and write out answers to Math Minute 2.2 Discovery Questions 14. 1. Explain how the sequence logo represents the information in table MM2.1 The position weight table shows numerical representations of the likelyhood of any
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Course: Genomics
BI 379 Assignments for next week 1. Read the Chapter 3, section 3.1. We won't get through all of chapter 3 next week, but I want to start by concentrating on the examples of comparative genomics relating to a) b) c) d) proteorhodopsin evolution of 3color
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Course: Genomics
BI 379 Assignments for next week 1. Read the part of section 2.2 that concerns malaria. This starts on p 74 ("what kind of organism causes malaria") and runs through p. 78. If you do the Discovery questions, be forewarned that the layout of the KEGG pathw
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Problem Set 3 (due 4/11/06) CH332 (SP '06) 1. Skoog problem 151 (omit terms (j), (k) and (m). Draw diagrams as necessary. 2. How do you collect a fluorescence emission spectrum? A fluorescence excitation spectrum? An absorption spectrum? Which two
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EC373. OpenEconomy Macroeconomics. Professor Guillermo Vuletin Fall 2008 Problem S et 3 Due date: 10/17/08 (5pm in mailbox outside my office) Question 1) In class we discussed how to deal with endogeneity in regression analysis using instrumental
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EC373. OpenEconomy Macroeconomics. Professor Guillermo Vuletin Fall 2008 Problem Set 2 Due date: 10/2/08 (during lecture, DIAM 342) Question 1) Pegland, an imaginary country, has a fix exchange rate regime (ERR) and its banking sector is experienci
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Solutions for Problem Set Last 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 6.1 *26. The eigenvalues are 3 and 8. 28. The eigenvalues are 2, 3, and 5. *30. The eigenvalues are 3, 8, and 2. *32. 210 *44. Easy by multilinearity: det(kA)
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 8 Solutions 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 3.3 43. The point is that if we take a basis {v1, v2, . . . , vr} of V and a basis {w1, w2, . . . , ws} of W, then {v1, v2, . . . , vr, w1, w2, . . . , ws} will be a
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 7 Solutions 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 3.3, problems *18, *22, *26, *28, *30, *36, *38. *18 Well, if el professor is going to ask you to do things involving nasty matrices, it's nice when they come prero
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 6 Solutions *1. Let P be the linear space of all polynomials (of any degree). Show that no finite set of polynomials {p1(t), p2(t), . . . , pm(t)} can span all of P. (Hint: since there are a finite number of polynomials
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 5 Solutions 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 3.1, problems *18, *22, *38, *48. *18. Rowreducing A gives rref(A) = 1 4 0 0 so the image is spanned by the first row, which is the only one that has a pivot. So
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 4 Solutions 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 2.3 1 The inverse is 8 3 . 5 2 *2 The matrix is not invertible. *4 The inverse is 3 2 1 2 3 2 1 1 2 0  1 . 2 1 1 2 *12 Hard to do by hand; doing it with t
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 3 Solutions 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 2.1 0 0 0 doesn't go to 0. 1. Not linear. For example, 0 0 y1 x1 3. Not linear. If we scale x2 by , the output becomes 2y2, which x3 y3 is not times the ori
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Fall 2007  Problem Set 2 Solutions 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 1.1, problem *46 The equations are x1 + x2 + x3 = 1000 .2x1 + .5x2 + 2x3 = 1000. Rowreducing and solving leads to 5a  5000 x1 3 x2 = 6a + 800 , 3 x3 a where
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253, Spring 2007  Problem Set 1 Solutions 1. Problems from the textbook: a. Section 1.1, problems 5, 7, 9, *20, *28. Problems 5, 7, and 9 should be straightforward; the answers are in the back of the book. Let's do the other two. 20. The total de
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Course: Biochemistry
Experiment 3: Purification and Characterization of Lysozyme Lab Partner: Chris Ng Sep 28Oct 27, 2010 Introduction It is important to purify enzymes so they can be used by a variety of industries including phamaceuticals or biotechnology. Enzymes enable a
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Course: Physical Chemistry
A MR HMR A MR HMR A MR HMR A MR HMR A MR HMR Concentrationerror0.01 pH slope error r^2 F ssreg V(mL) 1.08983243 0.08515203 0.98201502 163.80585 0.60526962 10 12 14 16 18 pH 4.77 4.91 5.11 5.34 5.67 4.77 4.91 5.11 5.34 5.67 0.207 0.654 0.231 0.581 0.26 0.4
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Course: Organic Chemistry
x 1.5 1 3.5 6 y 1.35 2.67 4.68 6.74 yfit 0.76 1.871 4.499 7.127 x^(2) 2.25 1 12.25 36 y^2 xiyi 1.8225 2.025 7.1289 2.67 21.9024 16.38 45.4276 40.44 sum(x) sum(y) yfit sumx^(2) sumy^2 sum(xy) 9 12.74 12.737 51.5 76.2814 61.515 Avg(y) 3.185 RegressionSS 15.
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Course: General Chemsitry
Experiment #9 The Electronic Structure of Molecules An Experiment Using Molecular Orbital Theory Adapted from S.F. Sontum, S. Walstrum, and K. Jewett Prelab Reading: Sections 8.48.7, 9.79.8 in your textbook. Introduction to Gaussian The molecule, above,
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Course: General Chemsitry
Experiment #8 Modeling Molecular Structure Prelab Reading: Make sure to have read Chapters 8 and 9 in Brown, Lemay, Bursten & Murphy before coming to lab. Bring your textbook and a pencil to your lab meeting. Introduction: Chemists often use models to hel
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Course: General Chemsitry
Experiment #7 Synthesis and Infrared Spectrum of Nitric Oxide1 Prelab Reading and Assignment: Read Sections 6.1 and 6.2 in your Brown, LeMay, Bursten, Murphy textbook To be written in your notebook: Refer to the first paragraph in the Procedure section of
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Course: General Chemsitry
Experiment #6 Enthalpy of Formation of Magnesium Oxide PreLab Reading: Chapter 5 (5.5 and 5.6) of Brown, LeMay, Bursten, & Murphy. Introduction: The goal of this exercise is to measure the enthalpies of formation of Mg2+(aq) and MgO(s). The enthalpy of f
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Course: General Chemsitry
Experiment #5 Analysis of a Chemical Mixture Using the Ideal Gas Law Prelab Reading: Sections 10.4 & 10.6 of Brown, LeMay, Bursten, Murphy Introduction: The evolution of gas as part of a chemical reaction can be a useful feature in determining the identit
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Course: General Chemsitry
Experiment #4 Determining the Stoichiometry of a Redox Reaction PreLab Reading and Assignment: Reading: Sections 4.4 4.6 and 20.120.2 in Brown, LeMay, Bursten, and Murphy. Before Lab, complete the following exercises in your lab notebook: 1. Balance the
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Course: General Chemsitry
Experiment #3 Electrical Conductivity of Aqueous Solutions PreLab Assignment Reading: Chapter 4 (sections 1, 2, and 3) in Brown, LeMay, Bursten & Murphy. In Your Notebook: Along with your procedure outline, write the balanced complete ionic equation for
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Experiment #2: The Reaction of Calcium Chloride with Carbonate Salts Prelab Reading: Textbook Chapter 3 (all) & Chapter 4 sections 13. Purpose: To gain insight into stoichiometric relationships and chemical equations by conducting an ionexchange (metat
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Course: Chemistry
1 CHEMISTRY 118 LAB SYLLABUS JAN 2009 Lab meetings begin on January 5th, 2009. Lab methods are posted on the chemistry web site, under the CH118 course page, where you will see the link to Laboratory. You are expected to bring a printed version of the Lab
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Jan Plan 2009 Date 5Jan 8Jan 12Jan 15Jan 19Jan 22Jan 26Jan Jan Plan 2009 Date 6Jan 9Jan 13Jan 16Jan 20Jan 23Jan 27Jan CH118 Lab Schedule Day of the Week Monday Thursday Monday Thursday Monday Thursday Monday SECTION 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 A Time to 4
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Electrical Conductivity of Aqueous Solutions PRELAB ASSIGNMENT: Reading: Chapter 4 (sections 1, 2, and 3) in Brown, LeMay, Bursten & Murphy. 1. Using Table 1 in this handout, determine which solution has a higher conductivity, 0.1 M HCl or 0.1 M NaCl? Ex
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Scientific Measurements and Introduction to Excel Prelab Assignment: Reading: 1. Chapter sections 1.4 and 1.5 in Brown, LeMay, Bursten & Murphy. 2. This lab handout! Questions: 1. What would be the density of an object with a mass of 1.65 g and a volume
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Organic Chemistry Lab B Beatrice Nakiryowa and Garth Franklin Identification, Separation, and Recovery of Fluorene and Fluorenone using Thin Layer Chromatography, Column Chromatography, and Crystallization The purpose of this lab was to become familiar wi
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Course: Biochemistry 1
Rubisco is the most abundant enzyme in plants, making up 60% of soluble leaf protein. RBCS3B encodes for ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase, an enzyme with an active site made up of eight subunits. The gene is located in the nuclear genome, where is conve
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Course: Advanced Organic
The Reaction of Calcium Chloride with Carbonate Salts PRELAB ASSIGNMENT: Reading: Chapter 3 & Chapter 4, sections 13 in Brown, LeMay, Bursten, & Murphy. 1. 2. What product(s) might be expected to form when solid lithium carbonate is added to an aqueous
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Course: Advanced Organic
Determination of the Elemental Molar Masses of Chlorine and Bromine Prelab Assignment: Reading: 1. Sections 1.5, 18, and 2.4 in Brown, LeMay, Bursten, and Burdge. 2. This lab handout! Questions (show all work): 1. What molecules are you using in this la
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Course: Advanced Organic
Enthalpy of Formation of Magnesium Oxide PRELAB: Reading: Chapter 5, Brown, LeMay, and Bursten. 1. What is the change in enthalpy for the formation of methane, CH4, from solid carbon (as graphite) and hydrogen gas? Refer to the following reactions: Reacti
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Course: Advanced Organic
Electrical Conductivity of Aqueous Solutions PRELAB ASSIGNMENT: Reading: Chapter 4.14.3 in Brown, LeMay, Bursten & Murphy. 1. Using Table 1 in this handout, determine which solution has a higher conductivity, 0.1 M HCl or 0.1 M NaCl. Explain what create
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Biology 164 Laboratory PHYLOGENETIC SYSTEMATICS Objectives 1. To become familiar with the cladistic approach to reconstruction of phylogenies. 2. To construct a character matrix and phylogeny for a group of very unusual organisms. 3. To interpret the
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Biology 164 Laboratory Transmission Genetics: Inheritance of Mutant Traits in Drosophila Fruit Flies Introduction To reinforce your understanding of basic eukaryotic genetic principles, you will study the inheritance of mutant traits of the fruit fly
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ANSWER KEY Biology 164 Laboratory Genetics and Chisquare ( 2) Problem Set Use the pedigree given below in the following situations: 1. Individuals 5 and 14 in the third generation come to you and ask, "What is the probability that if we have a child
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ANSWER KEY to questions on the film Sexual Encounters of the Floral Kind 1. What about the design of most flowers allows for selffertilization? FLOWERS ARE BISEXUAL 2. What characteristic of a plant's `lifestyle' makes selffertilization very adapti
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Course: General Chemistry I
CHEMISTRY 141 Fall 2013: LABORATORY SYLLABUS Instructors: Ethan Kohn, Keyes 303B, x5758, eakohn@colby.edu Tom Shattuck, Keyes 213, x5759, twshattu@colby.edu Lisa Miller, Keyes 310, x5752, lmmiller@colby.edu Lab schedule: The first lab sessions will meet i
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Course: Chemistry For Citizens
Chemistry 112 Chemistry for Citizens Fall 2013 Instructor: Julie T. Millard, Dorros Professor of Life Sciences Keyes 304, x5757; jtmillar@colby.edu Office Hours: Professor Millard will announce her office hours weekly. Please do not hesitate to make an ap
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Course: Organic Chemistry II
CH 242 Sections A and B (Spring, 2014): Organic Chemistry Syllabus and Course Information Instructor: Dasan M. Thamattoor Office: Keyes 302; Phone: 5765 Email: dmthamat@colby.edu Course Web Page: http:/www.colby.edu/chemistry/ch242s14 Materials: (a) "Orga
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Course: Mathematical Statistics I: Probability
Colby College Department of Mathematics MA381 Mathematical Statistics I: Probability Fall 2007 Class Meetings: MWF 1:001:50 Professor: Liam O'Brien Mudd 401 8595838 lobrien@colby.edu Office Hours: MTWF 10:0011:00, by appointment, or whenever my door is
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Chemistry 118 Chemistry of Life January 2009 Lecture Instructor: Julie T. Millard, Dorros Professor of Life Sciences Keyes 304, x5757; jtmillar@colby.edu Laboratory Instructors: Lisa M. Miller (laboratory section A) Keyes 310, x5752; lmmiller@colby.edu Ri
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PH 145 Spring 2012 Foundations of Electromagnetism and Optics Syllabus Week Class Date Subject(Reading assignments from Halliday, Resnick and Walker) (1) 1 Feb. 1 Introduction 2 Feb. 3 Electric charge and Coulombs law Read: Sections 211 through 216 3 Fe
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PH 145 Spring 2012 Laboratory Syllabus Week 1 (Feb. 1  Feb. 3) No laboratory Week 2 (Feb. 6  Feb. 10) Measurement of the speed of light Week 3 (Feb. 13  Feb. 17) Electrostatics Week 4 (Feb. 20  Feb. 24) Electric eld plotting Week 5 (Feb. 27  Mar. 2)
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Chemistry 112 Chemistry for Citizens Fall 2011 Instructor: Julie T. Millard, Dorros Professor of Life Sciences Keyes 304, x5757; jtmillar@colby.edu Office Hours: Professor Millard will announce her office hours weekly. Please do not hesitate to make an ap
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Course: Chemistry
Chemical Basis of Metabolism CH 368 Spring 2012 Instructor: Julie T. Millard, Dorros Professor of Life Sciences Keyes 304, x5757; jtmillar@colby.edu Office hours: As announced in class each week and also by appointment. Please do not hesitate to make an a
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Course: Chemistry
BI/CH 368L Biochemistry Laboratory Syllabus Spring 2012 Instructor: Laboratory A: Julie T. Millard Laboratory B: Ethan A. Kohn Keyes 304 Arey 114 x5757 x5717 jtmillar@colby.edu eakohn@colby.edu General Information: This is an integrated laboratory, where
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Course: Hell On Earth!
EA 252J January 2012 Hell on Earth? Chinese Writers on Modern Chinese Society Kimberly Besio Office: Lovejoy 429 Office phone: 8594412 Home phone: 8735518 Email: kabesio@colby.edu Office hours: M, TH 1:003:00, W, 10:0012:00, F, TBA and by appt. Cours
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Course: Advanced Organic
Chemistry 112 Chemistry for Citizens Spring 2010 Lecture Instructor: Julie T. Millard, Dorros Professor of Life Sciences Keyes 304, x5757; jtmillar@colby.edu Optional Laboratory Instructors: Lisa M. Miller, Senior Teaching Associate (Lab Sections A and B)
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Course: Advanced Organic
Chemistry 142 Second Semester General Chemistry Spring 2010, Prof. Conry A different presentation of the periodic table, from: http:/chemlab.pc.maricopa.edu/periodic/spiraltable.html CH 142 Conry Page 2 Your Lecture Instructor: Prof. Rebecca R. Conry, Key
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Course: Genomics
PH 141 Foundations of Physics Laboratory Syllabus Fall 2009 Week 1 (Sept. 9) Week 2 (Sept. 14) Week 3 (Sept. 21) Week 4 (Sept. 28) Week 5 (Oct. 5) Week 6 (Oct. 12) Week 7 (Oct. 19) Week 8 (Oct. 26) Week 9 (Nov. 2) Week 10 (Nov. 9) Week 11 (Nov. 16) Week 1
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Course: Genomics
BI 379 Advanced Genetics and Genomics, Fall 2009 Joshua Kavaler, Arey 112 Phone: 8595734 Email: jkavaler@colby.edu Course Objectives: We will examine the burgeoning technologies associated with genomics research including largescale sequencing, microar
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CH 242: Organic Chemistry Syllabus and Course Information  Spring 2002 Instructor: Dasan M. Thamattoor Office: Keyes 302; Phone: 3429 Email: dmthamat@colby.edu Course web site: http:/www.colby.edu/chemistry/OChem/OChemHome.HTML Materials: (a) "Organ
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Math 121B: Mudd 405 Colby College Professor: Office Hours: Office: Email: Webpage: Prerequisites: Text: Calculus I MTWF 10 10:50 Fall 2008 Scott Taylor MWF 1 3 PM And by appointment! Mudd 416 B sataylor@colby.edu http:/www.colby.edu/personal/s/sat
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
ma253Linear Algebra Fall, 2007 Fernando Q. Gouva Linear Algebra is a crossroads, a place where a number of ideas come together. On the one hand, there is the circle of ideas concerning systems of linear equations and their solutions. On the other,
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
COURSE OUTLINE FOR MA253 (LINEAR ALGEBRA) ALEX GHITZA, COLBY COLLEGE Instructor: Alex Ghitza Office: Mudd 412 Office hours: T 10:4511:45, T 7:30pm9:30pm, W 7:30pm8:30pm or by appointment (email me) Office phone: 8595834 Email: aghitza@colby.edu
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Course: LINEAR ALGEBRA
Math 253, Spring 2005 1 Math 253 Linear Algebra Spring 2005 Class Meetings MTWF, 11:00  11:50 AM, Lovejoy 212 Instructor Otto Bretscher, Olin 342 Email: obretsch@colby.edu Office Phone: 8595848, Home Phone: 8727370 Office Hours (tentative)
The average total SAT score for students admitted to Colby for the 2012 academic year was 1995. This combined score can be broken into 675 for math, 660 for critical reading and 660 for writing.
The average ACT score for students admitted to Colby for the 20132014 academic year was 30.5.
At Colby, 71% of students submitted an SAT score, but Colby accepts both the SAT and ACT.
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The total cost for students attending Colby, including tuition and room and board, is $53,840.
Financial aid options are available to students at Colby. In 2013, 49 percent of firsttime students attending Colby received some form of financial aid  student loans, grants or scholarships
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Any Student Financial Aid  228  49%     
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Type of Aid  No. Receiving Aid  % Receiving Aid  Total Aid Received  Average Aid Received 

Grant Aid  877  48%  $28,069,828  $32,007 
Student Loans  435  24%  $2,573,858  $5,917 
Year  Income: < 30K  Income: 30K  48K  Income: 48K  75K  Income: 75K  110K  Income: > 110K 

20112012  $10,039  $10,755  $11,857  $21,386  $38,584 
20102011  $2,992  $8,033  $14,692  $16,857  $35,482 
20092010  $2,297  $8,827  $13,685  $20,508  $35,183 
Highest Degree Offered  Continuing Professional Programs  Academic and Career Counseling Services  Employment Services for Students  Placement Services for Graduates  Study Abroad 

Bachelor's Degree  No  Yes  Yes  Yes  Yes 

: 
0.303 MILLION PER STUDENT 
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), Institute of Education Sciences, 20122013
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