RM 16 - To d a y s O u t l i n e Administrative stuff This...

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Today’s Outline Administrative stuff This week in lab Hypothesis driven research The normal distribution The Z test Statistical testing Administrative Stuff Inquiry Four - Syllabus says it’s assigned today. I’ve had to move a few things a little due to the calendar mess-up created by the campus lockdown. UGS 303 Calendar Changes October Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 University Lecture Series University Lecture Series 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 HW 2 due HW 3 due 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Feynman quiz HW 2 due 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Inquiry 4 assigned Inquiry 3 due November/December Oct 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 HW4 assigned Inquiry 4 team due Inquiry 4 topic & citations due 8 9 10 11 12 Lab attendance not required. TAs will meet and consult by HW4 due 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 HW 5 assigned, Inquiry 4 proposal due Receive proposal to review, Inquiry 4 oral presentations Inquiry 4 oral presentations 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Inquiry 4 oral presentations Inquiry 4 oral presentations HW 5 due Thanksgiving FRI Stream Assignment FRI Stream Selections could be mailed to you by tomorrow, but it may not be until Monday. You will be given the unique number(s) for your stream. Register yourself. Each stream is EID restricted so you can only register if you are in that stream. If you have two options (BIO or CH) choose one or other, not both. Each stream has a specific (usually) one hour meeting time. Keep this time free when choosing your other courses. If you have a time conflict with another course, use the waitlist to try to switch into another time for the the other course. If you cannot fix the time conflict, use the stream swap form to let us know the problem. We cannot guarantee you can be moved to another stream, but we try our hardest. You may not be moved until the 12th class day in the Spring. You are expected to spend SIX hours in the lab (stream-dependent). Some or all of those six hours will be determined by you to fit your schedule. Six one-hour blocks are much less useful than two three-hour blocks or three two-hour blocks. 1 2 3
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Inquiry Three Both hard copy and electronic version due one week from Friday by 3 pm. It is important you remember to submit your report electronically as a Word file. We will anonymized your inquiry report and send it to another student in the class. For Homework Four, you will use the grading rubric from Homework One to grade and critique one of your fellow student’s inquiry reports. Last experimental weekend If you intend to come to the lab Fri/Sat/Sun, you must make sure that everything you need is in the lab beforehand. Stockroom is not open on Fri afternoon/Sat/Sun. Pick up chemicals/biological materials by Friday noon and put it in PAI 6.02. Be well organized so you know what you are doing when you get there.
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