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-1- BIOS 104 - Spring 2016 Name: Exam I, 1 February, 2016 Michael Muller, Instructor TA: This exam consists of 40 questions over 5 pages. Each question is worth 2 points on the solo exam and 0.5 points on the group exam. Please check to see that all the pages are present before you begin. Use a #2 pencil and bubble in all answers. Make sure you properly bubble in your UIN - failure to do so may result in your score not being posted. Your score will be posted on Blackboard as soon as they are in. Choose the BEST answer for each question. 1. A good scientific hypothesis: A. Should be testable B. Should have clearly-defined ways to be disproven or refuted C. Is often based on other scientific knowledge D. Can frequently be written as an if-then statement E. All of the above are true of scientific hypotheses Use the information below to answer questions 2-5. My nephew is doing a science project for school. He notices that when he has a headache, he feels better when he takes an aspirin. He wonders if aspirin also helps plants grow, so he decides to test this hypothesis on bean plants. 2. Where should he conduct this experiment? 3. He has two pots with bean plants. One he gives normal water and one he gives water with ground up aspirin. Should he be concerned with how much water he gives each plant? A. No, as long as he doesn’t drown the plants, they should be fine B. Yes, he should give them the same amount of water
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  • Fall '17
  • Michael Miller
  • Biology

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