w11 PHY S 100 Worksheet number 1

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PHY S 100 Worksheet number 1 – OSP: Ordinary Sensory Perception ? NAME ___Duc Ho_____________ (PRINT PLEASE) Fill this out with your favorite word processor, then print it, and bring it to class next week. There are NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS ACCEPTED. 1. Have you read chapter 1? Yes 2. Have you do the Comprehension, Synthesis and Analysis Question in the back of the chapter? Yes 3. Do you understand that failure to read the chapter and do the exercises in the chapter seriously compromises your chances of learning the material, and thus getting a good grade? Yes 4. Which question from the chapter exercises what the hardest one, and what would you like to ask about it to make it clearer? 5. Which idea from the previous week’s lecture was the hardest to understand? What would you like to ask about it? The idea about how some animals like sharks perceive the world. From miles away, sharks can detect the electrical field which is some time really weak. I just wonder how the world is perceived through the senses of some animals like sharks.? 6. Have you read chapter 2, 3 and 5 for this coming lecture? Yes Our understanding of the laws of nature is limited by our lack of keen senses – or any appropriate sense in some cases. Consider and answer the following questions. Do the proposed activities, and report on them.
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