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A] When the researcher is dealing with biological specimen. B] When the data values cover a very large range. C] When there is a great deal of variability in the data. D] When you want to have all the data points line up along a straight line. E] Logarithmic scales should not be used to present data in the natural sciences. 9
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During Lab # 2 you created a GPA calculation worksheet similar to the one shown below. The values in column H are calculated by various formulas. Use this spreadsheet to answer the next two questions . 32. What formula should be entered in cell H2 to determine the “total credits completed at York”? A] =H1 + H3 B] =H3 - H5 C] = H5 – (C2 * C1) D] = C2 + C3 33. What formula should be entered in cell H3 to determine the “total desired points”? A] = H2 * C1 B] = H2 * C4 C] = H5 + H2 D] = C4 * C5 E] = H5 / C1 34. A formula often used in KINE 3030 [Biomechanics] is Force = Mass * Acceleration. This is typically written as F= M * A. What is the formula for A? A] A = M / F B] A = M * F C] A = F * M D] A = F / M E] A = 2 * MF 10
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35. During Lab # 3 you created a chart with 2 labelled axis. In the figure shown below, what is the valule of the Percent Body Fat for the month of January? A] 245 B] 250 C] 21 D] 17 E] 24 F] 14 255 25 250 20 245 15 240 235 10 230 5 225 0 Jan. Feb. Mar Apr May Jun Body Weight Percent Body Fat 36. You have decided to eat more healthy food. You notice that the price of your favourite fruit has increased from $2.05 to $2.15. You want to calculate the percentage increase in the price of your fruit. You construct the following spreadsheet. What formula should be used to calculate the percentage increase in your fruit? A] = ((B2-A2)/A2)*100 B] = ((A2-B2)/B2)*100 C] = 100 - ((A2-B2)/B2) D] = 100 - ((B2-A2)/B2) 11
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37. During Lab # 4 you learned to perform conversion on the metric scale. Use the chart provided below to answer the following question. Which formula will correctly determine the number of milligrams in 2 megagrams? A] = 2 * H6 B] = 2 * H5 C] = 2 * H4 D] = 2 / H9 E] = 2 / H6 12
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Function List AND(logical1,logical2, ...) AVERAGE(number1,number2, ...) COUNT(value1,value2, ...) COUNTA(value1,value2, ...) COUNTIF(range,criteria) DAVERAGE(database,field,criteria) IF(logical_test,value_if_true,value_if_false) OR(logical1,logical2,...) MIN(number1,number2, ...) MAX(number1,number2,...) MEDIAN(number1,number2, ...) MOD(number,divisor) RANDBETWEEN(bottom,top) STDEV(number1,number2,...) SUM(number1,number2, ...) VLOOKUP(lookup_value,table_array,col_index_num) 13
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