Molecules of Life Weekly Preview 2 - January 29, 2010

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MOLECULES OF LIFE – WEEKLY PREVIEW #2 January 29, 2010 Dear students: I enjoyed meeting everyone during our first week of classes. Here is an overview of our course plans for next week (1) STUDY QUESTIONS At the end of each week I will post a list of STUDY QUESTIONS on the course Blackboard site. The first set of study questions are available by clicking on the COURSE DOCUMENTS folder and then on the STUCY QUESTIONS folder. There are no study questions for Class #1 since it was an introduction to the course. The study questions are intended to help you focus your studying on the main concepts and skills in the class. I recommend that you set aside some time each week to read the questions and write short answers in the space that I’ve provided after each question. Answering the study questions is the best way to ensure that you understanding and learning the course material. It also provides a ready-made study guide for the exams later in the semester. These questions are designed for your benefit and there is no need to submit them to me. I will not be posting answer to these questions, but I am happy to discuss any questions that you may be unsure how to answer. My one condition for providing advice is that you make your best attempt to answer the question first.
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course MAP V55.0310.0 taught by Professor Tracejordan during the Spring '11 term at NYU.

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