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2ndmidterm2004key - BIEB 166 Animal Communication Behavior Second Midterm Exam Initials Name STUDENT ID Number Second Midterm Exam KEY BIEB 166

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Initials:____________________________ Second Midterm Exam Page 1 of 8 points on this page_______ Name STUDENT ID Number Second Midterm Exam KEY Spring 2004 This exam should consist of 8 pages (including this top page); please check that your exam is complete. Sign your initials in the space provided on each page . Please write your answers only in the spaces provided on each page. You may use the back of the pages as a “scratch sheet”, but we will not grade anything written on the back of the page. The exam has a total of 96 points and is worth 30% of your course grade; allot time to each question based upon its point value, and budget your time carefully. You have 50 minutes, so you should spend at most one minute for each two points (you might want to leave a little time at the end for checking over your answers). PLEASE USE A PEN when writing on the exam . ONLY EXAMS WRITTEN IN PEN CAN BE SUBMITTED FOR REGRADE REQUESTS! The exam will end at 11:50 AM. IMPORTANT!!! When you turn in your exam, you must sign off next to your name on the master list to show that you attended the exam. Good luck!
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Initials:____________________________ Second Midterm Exam Page 2 of 8 points on this page_______ PLEASE BEGIN MARKING YOUR ANSWERS ON THE SCANTRON! True or False. Each statement is either true or false. Circling both true and false is incorrect (2 pts each). ON THE SCANTRON, FILL IN “A” IF IT IS TRUE AND “B” IF IT IS FALSE A B 1) T F When the reflection coefficient R<1, 100% of the sound energy bounced back from the impedance transition zone 2) T F Crickets have evolved communication systems that are sensitive to temporal characteristics of an acoustic signal. 3) T F All waveforms can be broken down into a set of sine waves. 4) T F The Garibaldi fish uses a sound dipole to produce sounds. 5) T F Tuva Throat Singers are unique because they can sing with multiple fundamental frequencies in their songs. 6) T F Birds typically communicate at higher frequencies than insects. IMPORTANT! For multiple-choice questions, there is only one correct or best answer per question. Circling more than one answer per question is incorrect. The following series of questions is based upon the territorial call of the crash bandicoot, an animal that lives in high-silicon environments. Note that the territorial call is separated into three distinct parts (see graph). 7) (4 pts) Scientists studying the bandicoot would like to know very exactly the frequency of its territorial call during Part 1 of the call. However, if they increase the frequency resolution of their analysis, they will: (a) increase the time resolution (b) increase the frequency bandwidth (c) decrease the sampling error (d) decrease the time resolution (e) increase the sampling error
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This note was uploaded on 08/19/2010 for the course BIEB Bieb taught by Professor Holway during the Spring '09 term at UCSD.

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2ndmidterm2004key - BIEB 166 Animal Communication Behavior Second Midterm Exam Initials Name STUDENT ID Number Second Midterm Exam KEY BIEB 166

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