Prelim Questions (lecture 2) - 2.1 Alexander Fleming's...

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2.1 Alexander Fleming’s discovery of penicillin is an example of: 1) planned methodical research 2) intuition 3) accident 4) hypothesis testing 5) the scientific method 2.2 Walter Cannon’s discovery of the relationship between emotions and the endocrine system is an example of: 1) planned methodical research 2) intuition 3) accident 4) hypothesis testing 5) the scientific method 2.3 Oskar Minkowski’s artificial production of diabetes mellitus is an example of: 1) planned methodical research 2) intuition 3) accident 4) hypothesis testing 5) the scientific method 2.4 “Chance Favors a Prepared Mind.” is a famous statement made by: 1) Walter B. Cannon 2) Erico Fermi 3) Hans Bethe 4) Louis Pasteur 5) Oskar Minkowski 2.5 Dimensional analysis is a way to: 1) go from three dimensions to four dimensions 2) go from three dimensions to one dimension 3) go from fewer dimensions to more dimensions 4) go from more dimensions to fewer dimensions 5) convert what you know in one set of units to what do not know in another set of units by using simple algebra and a few conversion factors
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2.6 Estimate the volume of blood pumped through the heart in a day using dimensional
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