BIO 311C_F10_syllabus_CL

# BIO 311C_F10_syllabus_CL - INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY I BIO...

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4. Read a college course syllabus and identify and locate the course resources that are provided by instructors, textbook, and online resources, and be able to plan what activities you need to add in order to be successful in the course. 5. Utilize basic math and algebra functions to solve calculations, including calculations involving fractions, exponents, and scientific notation. Add, subtract, multiply, and divide simple numbers without using a calculator. 6. Without using a calculator, determine the log 10 of 100 and the log 10 of 0.001. 7. Determine information from a graph, and construct a graph from given data. 8. Be familiar with measurement scales. Tell the process by which numbers are converted from one unit of measurement to another; for example, how to convert meters to inches or cm 3 to liters. Be able to estimate. 9. From linear dimensions, calculate the volume of a sphere or the volume of a cube. Calculate density from a given mass and volume.
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