Lab Exam review sheet

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Review Sheet for Lab Exam Here is a review sheet for the exam. The important terms, concepts and tests that we used in each lab are listed. This sheet is meant to supplement your studying, IT IS NOT A ROAD MAP! Any material in the Lab Notebook is fair game, but the exam will focus on the more important concepts and ideas rather than test your knowledge of what percentage of prairie dog colonies are infected with the sylvatic plague. Please read the lab notebook yourself, think about the objectives listed at the beginning of each lab section and what we did to achieve them. This includes: What general hypothesis did we test? What were our variables? What equipment did we use to collect data? How did we determine when/where to collect data? How did we analyze our data? In the past, students have done very well on this exam. I expect that you will be no different! Have fun studying and reviewing all of the great stuff we did this semester The Scientific Method Making Observations: Inductive vs. Deductive reasoning Variables: Continuous variable Discrete variable Categorical variable Scientific Hypothesis: A hypothesis is an explanation for a scientific observation. It is not a prediction!! If you are asked to provide an “If…, then…” statement, you should organize it in the
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course EBIO 2040 taught by Professor Hermanson during the Fall '07 term at Colorado.

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