U5-l3 Two Point Word Problems Name:
Solve the following word problems.
If you get a good score on your SAT does that mean that you have a good chance of graduating from
college? The University of Florida (FL) has an average SAT of
STRATEGY and STD RISK
Upon completion students should be able to compute experimental probabilities using basic laws of
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1) Below are the prices of iPhones at two competing Electronic stores:
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3) Identify the 5 main statistics of each set of
Percentage of What?
Upon completion students will be able to:
Using current media and data resources, interpret percentages given in tables, charts, and
graphs in terms of their bases: i.e., percentage of what?
Judge the reasonableness
WE ARE SURROUNDED BY BIG NUMBERS!
Upon completion students will be able to:
Compare the relative sizes and scales of numbers in order to better comprehend the relevance of
these figures encountered in media and academic contexts
WHERE ARE THE JOBS?
One of the driving forces for getting a college education is the students desire to become
qualified to work in a career of their choosing. The United States has recently suffered a pretty
intense economic recession (if not an outright
MY GRANDMA WEIGHS WHAT?
Approximately 1.3 million people are injured annually in the United States as the result of socalled "medication errors." The National Coordinating Council for Medication Error Reporting
and Prevention defines a medication error as
Dimensional Analysis Worksheet
1. Winnipeg is refilling the pool. How many gallons of water will it take if the pool is 50m by
25m by 1.5m? (1 gallon = 3.786 L)(1m3 = 1000L)
2. Sally Leadfoot was pulled over on her way from Syracuse to Ithaca by an office
WPCC BIO 111 Quiz 5 Fall 2016: Chapters 7 & 8
_1) How many ATP & NADH are produced (per glucose) in the second step of aerobic
A) 2 ATP, 0 NADH
B) 0 ATP, 2 NADH
C) 4 ATP, 2 NADH
D) 2 ATP, 6 NADH
_2) Where do steps 2 (conversion or pyruv
WPCC BIO 111 Test 3 Review Sheet Fall 2016: Chapters 3, 4 & 5
What are nucleic acids? What do they function in? What are the monomers of nucleic
acids called? Describe the basic anatomy of a nucleotide including its 3 main
3 Adaptations to Extreme Heat are:
Plants that survive by being dormant during dry periods, but come to life when water is
Some flower, grow quickly and produce seeds before dying.
And some have adapted to survive by become a miniature version
0/0 : species do not interact
0/- : amensalism
0/+ : commensalism
+/+ : mutualism = both species benefit
+/- : consumer-resource
-/- : competition
Facilitation one species benefits another (commensalism or mutualism)
-Microscopic -Multiply inside the hosts cells -Reproduce rapidly
-Virulence is a measure of the degree of mortality it causes to its hosts.
-visible to the naked eye
-Live in the host
-juvenile stages outside
Monophagous herbivores - Feed on one plant species or just a few closely
species. (usually insects)
Polyphagous species - Feed on many different host species,
often from more than one family. (normally
Table 1. Shows the observed diameters of
trees in each of the 5 samples in habitat 1.
Table 2. Shows the observed diameters of
trees in each of the 5 samples in habitat 2.
-Biotic community or assembly and its associated physical environment in a
-like a box-and-flow model with biotic and abiotic components + their linkages
-Can be small or large
Primary production = chemical energy generated by autotrophs
Elements cycle within and among ecosystem compartments
- Can think of pools (boxes) and flows (arrows)
- Some compartments slow (geological); some are fast (biological)
Biomagnification - Energy dissipates as heat at each trophic level, but chemi
Communities: -groups of interacting species that occur together at the same place and
- May be physically or biologically defined
-Closed or bounded communities often have ecotones (regions of rapid
over a gradient)
Biodiversity: - number and variety of living organisms
Species richness generally declines toward the poles
The Species-Time Hypothesis - Species richness increases with time