Biophys HW - Physics 310: Biological Physics Spring...

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Spring Semester, 2009 Week 1: Information and Assignments, 1/26/09 READING: 1. Nelson Chapter 1: Goals of book and – getting started. 2. Nelson Chapter 2: Pictures and brief description of structure and components of cells. If this is familiar to you, read this quickly for review. If this is unfamiliar, read this chapter at your leisure over the next few weeks. 3. Nelson Chapter 3 through p. 78. Supplemental reading: Many things related to probability distributions (as well as useful math) are covered in the appendices of Hobbie. For probability, see Appendices G-M. Th binomial distribution is covered in “Used Math” on pp. 74-77, and the Gaussian is covered on pp. 85-92. PROBLEM SET 1: Due Wednesday, Feb. 4 in class Problem 1: Nelson 1.3 Problem 2: Nelson C1.9 Problem 3: Nelson “Your turn” 3B. Problem 4: (a) Nelson “Your turn” 3D (probably done in class) (b) What is the mean (or average) number you’d roll in many trials of rolling a pair of dice? Justify your answer.
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2009 for the course PHYSICS 171..310 taught by Professor Markrobbins during the Spring '09 term at Johns Hopkins.

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