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Problem Set 3
Due Date: May 2 at 5PM
Hand in hard copy in your TAs mailbox, 8th floor of Thompson
Do not submit answers on line through Moodle
Note that there a
The Elasticity of Demand and
Why life is worth living.
Or is it?
Consumer surplus is the extra pleasure you
get over-and-above the price of commodities.
It makes life worth living
The elasticity of demand reflects how
LINKAGE, AND ORGANELLES
HUMAN SEX CHROMOSOMES
SEGREGATION OF THE SEX
RED-GREEN COLOR BLINDNESS IS
A SEX-LINKED RECESSIVE T
HARVESTING ENERGY FROM CARBOHYDRATES
AND OTHER FUEL MOLECULES
Breakdown of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins
Release of energy to do the work of the cell
CELLULAR RESPIRATION STAGES
Gerald Friedmans answers to the questions you may have never bothered to ask
1. Am I the only one who is finding this hard? No. College is hard: students leave home, friends,
old enemies, and familiar environments to go someplace where they are judged by
Worksheet 4 Monday
2. True or false? If it is false, correct it.
a. Correlation/association implies causation. True False
b. A correlation value alone will indicate whether linear regression is appropriate. True False
c. R2 tells us how much of the var
1. Cyclists over the age of 13 in MA do not have to wear helmets. Suppose you have data collected based on whether or
not an adult cyclist is wearing a helmet and whether or not automobiles pass close or leave additional space for the
1. A child is saying nana for the word banana. This is an example
a. substitution b. omission c. distortion
2. Give an example of phonological processes.
a. Cluster reduction: black
b. Fronting: cat
c. Final consonant deletion: do
Lecture 20 Monday, October 26, 2015
Next exam Thursday Nov 12. Same format as #1.
Topics from Chapter 5, 6 and 7
Practice (1.5%), bottom and top (70:30).
Start working on conflicts.
Make-ups on Saturday Dec 12th. Plan accordingly.
Final. Morning of Tues D
Lecture 31 Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Make-ups on Saturday Dec 12th. Sign up in Moodle
Same format: cheat sheet, pyramid
Final. 2 h. Tues Dec 15th. Check for conflicts.
Sign-up in Moodle: Therell be two start times: 8:00
and 10:30. Is a pyramid.
Bio151 Exam #3
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
True / False 2.0 pt / question
Select A if the statement is TRUE
Select B if the statement is FALSE
DNA Manipulation Matching: Match the letter of the term that best fits the
A biochemical process for building
carbohydrates from sunlight and carbon
dioxide taken from the air
OVERVIEW OF PHOTO-SYNTHESIS
STARCH GRANULES IN A
Chemistry cheat sheet
Atomic scale. An RNA molecule is too small to be seen with the naked eye or with an optical microscope.
Atomic scale. Individual atoms cannot be seen with the naked eye or with an optical microscope.
Lecture 13 Wed 10/5
! We have our own graduate student TA.
Riddha Das will be in CRC (ISB) from 1:30 4:30
on Fridays and will be answering questions in
OWL. There are graduate student TAs in the CRC
Mon Fri and Sunday. Check gen chem website
for link to s
Lecture 17 Mon 10/19
First exam. Scores so far:
70 students scored between 91 and 100
96students scored between 81 and 90
50 students scored between 71 and 80
Pyramid. Counts for 30% of grade.
OWL is having technical problems
Eventually, Ill post the scor
The process by which
living things release
energy stored in
Takes Place in 2
Yeast in a Bottle
Think about what is
happening in thi
Lecture 9 Mon 9/28
!I>clicker. Register your clicker in Moodle.
Scoring starts from today. 80% participation 20%
right answer. Three absences are OK.
! SI sessions with Nathan
Mon and Thurs 7:00 8:15 PM in ISB 321
!We have our own graduate
Bio151 Quiz 7
A = True
B = False
TA to email this week: Anastasia
T. 1. The non-template strand is the same as the coding strand
T 2. The central dogma states that transcription of DNA to RNA comes before the
translation of RNA to Protein
Fall Semester, 2015
Dr. Mark T. Huyler
427T Integrated Science Building
Course Goals and Objectives:
To present the fundamental concepts of eukaryotic
Problem Set 1
Problem Set I review
Problem 1: Production Possibility Frontiers:
Do they slope down? Think about goods that
are substitutes and those that are
complements in production!
Can you shift the curve? Think about actions
that increase prod
Supplemental Exercises Stat240
Chapter 1 and 2
The following data point represents the height of all orange trees in an orchard (in cm).
a) Are these data qualitati
Exam I on February 9 (Tuesday)
Here at 4 pm
Reading: as listed in the syllabus
Matching: words in bold
Very short answers
1. Fill out the answer sheet with a #2 pencil.
2. On the answer
This is Wednesday
We have a quiz in class.
You should have reviewed the material for
Monday on the moodle site. You still can.
Online quizzes for you start on Monday. For
next Monday, review the online material and
do the quiz. Bring it to your discuss
Bio Quiz #10 Friday December 4th
TA to Email: Kenta
Pencil in A if True
Pencil in B if False
T 1. Interactions between the enzyme and substrate(s) lower the activation energy required for
the reaction to proceed.
T 2. Thylakoid membranes are stacked into