BIOL 1005 QUIZZES - BIOL 1005 QUIZZES QUIZ#1 1 T/F You may...

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BIOL 1005- QUIZZES QUIZ #1 1. T/F: You may eat and drink while in lab. 2. T/F: After chemicals are used in lab they should be returned to their stock containers. 3. Last week, we drew a circle with a ballpoint pen and placed an organism within it. What organism was used? 4. What type of hypothesis states there will be no difference in the outcome of you treatment and your control groups? 5. The most basic way to describe your scientific data sets is the ________ which describes the center of your data and the __________ which tells you how far from the center the data spread. 6. List the steps of the Scientific Method: 7. The most commonly used experimental design is the two-sample comparison. In this type of design, two situations in which all conditions but ________ are the same. QUIZ #2 1. T/F: At the end of an experiment it is possible to reject both the null and alternative hypothesis/ 2. Briefly explain the difference between hypotheses and predictions. 3. T/F: The purpose of a control is so you have a back up in case something goes wrong with the first trail. 4. Why is it important to use multiple replicates when conducting an experiment? 5. Refer to the graph. a. Though at first glance it appears that treatment 2 works the best, the difference in the amount of benzoquinone produced by the 3 treatments was not significant. Briefly explain how you can tell.
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