Exam 3 _NO answers_Spring 06

Exam 3 _NO answers_Spring 06 - Examination #3 BIO358 Spring...

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1 Examination #3 BIO358 – Spring 2006 INSTRUCTIONS: VERY IMPORTANT: When you are ready to turn in your exam, stand or raise your hand and wait for a TA to come to the end of your row to take the exam. You MUST show a photo-ID at that time, or your exam will not be taken. Read all questions carefully . There are multiple forms of this exam. BE SURE to use the scantron (op-scan) sheet in the exam form you are given – NOT a different one. Answer questions (all multiple choice #s1-25, each worth 4 points) on the enclosed scantron sheet. As illustrated below, BE CAREFUL to write your name and Stony Brook ID# on the scantron sheet and to encode these by coloring in (“bubbling in”) the appropriate circles in #2 pencil. Do NOT bubble in your birth date. These things must be done if your scantron sheet is to be graded. BE CAREFUL to use #2 pencil on the scantron sheet throughout. You may wish to mark your answers on your exam sheets and take these sheets with you. Turn in ONLY your scantron sheet. Answer keys will be posted on the Blackboard site (under Course Documents > Exams > Exam 3) by Wednesday AM. The exam is designed to be challenging and perfect scores will be rare. The examination will be graded on the basis of the statistical profile of the class. All examinations will be collected by 1:30 PM, NO EXCEPTIONS. Official exam grades will be posted on the Blackboard site (under your name in Grade Book) as soon as they are returned to us by the computer center. Please check to confirm that your recorded grade is correct.
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2 1. Our theory of human uniqueness (and its implied theory of history) makes a very specific prediction about the evolution of elite human throwing. Which of the following best describes this prediction? a. Elite throwing evolved in early australopiths and was inherited by the first humans several million years later. b. Elite throwing evolved in order to allow the evolution of expanded human social cooperation. c. Elite throwing evolved for some immediately adaptive reason (hunting, for example) in ancient australopiths and was inherited by the first humans several million years later. d. Elite throwing evolved for some immediately adaptive reason (hunting, for example) in late australopiths and was inherited by the first humans who evolved rapidly from them. 2. Changes in the scale of human social cooperation are events in our history of some interest. Which of the following best describes the most fundamental limitations on the scale of human social units? a. The scale of human social units is primarily limited by the technology for feeding people – agriculture, fishing and so on. b. The scale of human social units is primarily limited by the performance of law enforcement techniques permitting stable social cooperation. c. The scale of human social units is primarily limited by information storage and sharing
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