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Experimental Group: Independent Variable: Dependent Variable: Control Variables (name 4): 6. What is the difference between a single and double-blind experiment? If you had a choice, which one would you conduct and why? V. Metric System 1. Name the base metric unit used when measuring the length of an object? ______________ 2. Name the base metric unit used when measuring the mass of an object? ______________ 3. Name the base metric unit used when measuring the volume of an object? ______________ 4. What are the advantages of using the metric system over the English system of measurement? King Henry Died By Drinking Chocolate Milk . . MUU 10 3 10 2 10 1 10 -1 10 -2 10 -3 10 -6 K H D base d c m . . μ 5. 37,945 grams equals how many kilograms? ______________ 6. 52 decigrams equals how many centigrams? ______________ 7. 1125 microliters ( μ m) equals how many liters? ______________ 8. 7.25 kilometers equals how many centimeters? ______________
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Name: ________________________________________________ Period: ____ Date: ___________ VI. What is Biology? 1. Define biology. 2. What are the characteristics of life? 3. What was the last point in time that you would consider Sammy to be alive? Explain. 4. Is it always easy to distinguish between what is living vs. nonliving? Why or why not? VII. Microscopes 1. You only touch the coarse adjustment knob under which power? Why? 2. Name the part of the microscope that allows you to adjust the amount of light projecting up into the slide? 3. In reference to a microscope, what does the phrase “field of view” mean? 4. What is the benefit of knowing the diameter of the field of view of a microscope under a certain power? 5. Under the microscope, if you see a paramecium moving towards you, which way is the paramecium really moving? Which way should you move the slide to keep the paramecium in the field of view.
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