BIM001_Engineering_Systems_Exam_2

BIM001_Engineering_Systems_Exam_2 - BIM 001: Exam 2...

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BIM 001: Exam 2 Engineering Systems Modeling 1. Strengths of the reductionist approach of molecular biology include elucidation of A. Dynamic behavior B. Critical quantitative relationships C. The DNA sequence for individual genes D. System design principles 2. Delineating a system for study involves A. Need to maintain wholeness B. Need to maximize complexity C. Minimizing environmental interactions D. All of the above 3. Factors that limit the complexity of natural systems A. Spatial simplifications B. Temporal simplifications C. Functional simplifications D. All of the above 4. Which of the following represent conjugate variables? A. Forces and temperature B. Flows and friction C. Concentrations and fluxes D. None of the above 5. A biochemical process can involve A. Chemical conversion B. Mass transport C. Modulation by informational influences D. All of the above (OVER)
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6. The constitutive relationship between the conjugate variables of an electrical resistor is known as A. Maxwell ʼ s equations
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2010 for the course BIM 1 taught by Professor Savageau during the Spring '09 term at UC Davis.

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BIM001_Engineering_Systems_Exam_2 - BIM 001: Exam 2...

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