Lecture5:Chapter7
LectureGuide
CellularRespiration
Overview:
I.
Energyflow
a. Catabolic
OrganicCompounds+O2CO2+H20+Energy
C6H12O6+6O26CO2+6H20+Energy(ATP+heat)
b. Anabolic(forcomparison)
c. RedoxReactions:
OxidationReductionreactions:transferofelectrons(e
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Reading assessment: Fermentation and Metabolic Transformations
1. Mary loves to eat fat-free cookies while watching her favorite show, and she tends to eat too
many. Since they are fat-free, she is not worried about gaining weight. Explain whether
The Five Ws of Frances
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Youre short on cash, so you walk ever to the automated teller machine (ATM), insert your card into the card reader, respond
to the prompts on the screen, and within a minute you walk away with your money and a receipt. These
Chapter 3 Problem Session Exercise
Problem I: Beginning with Step #1, place each of the described steps in the correct order in which they
should occur in the accounting cycle.
Step #
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Assess whether the transaction results in a debit or a cred
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 200 Section 001
Spring, 2015
M,W,F 10:15 am 11:05 am
Poe 216
INSTRUCTOR:
Madison Beard
705 Poe Hall
[email protected]
Office hours: Immediately after class or by appointment.
TEACHING
ASSISTANT:
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Chapter 4
Problem Session Exercise
Problem I: Chapter 3 covered the earlier steps in the accounting cycle up through the unadjusted trial
balance. The first six steps in the accounting cycle are repeated below for reference.
Required: Place the remaining
Appendix G Problem Session Exercise Time Value of Money
Note: Students should use the factor tables which appear in Appendix G and have their calculator set to at
least four decimal places.
Problem I: If a company invests $10,000 today at 12% interest for
test 03 FRENCH, DONALD Due: Apr 12 2013, 3:00 pm
1
2t
3. S(t) = S0 sin
Question 1, chap 33, sect 8.
G
part 1 of 1
10 points
t
4. S(t) = S0 sin
2G
Can an efficient transformer step up en
3t
ergy?
correct
5. S(t) = S0 sin
G
1. Yes, provided that the transfo
test 01 FRENCH, DONALD Due: Feb 18 2013, 4:00 pm
1
Question 1, chap 23, sect 1.
part 1 of 1
10 points
B
What happens to the mass of an object
when it acquires a positive net charge by the
transfer of electrons?
1. Decreases correct
E
A
2E
1. |V | =
3
3.
test 02 FRENCH, DONALD Due: Mar 15 2013, 11:00 am
1
Ro
Question 1, chap 27, sect 1.
part 1 of 1
10 points
E0
The current
a
c
ri
S
b
I = a t2 b t + c
in a section of a conductor depends on time.
What quantity of charge moves across the
section of the condu
PHYS 2044-001
University Physics 2
Arkansas State University
Diffraction and Interference
Section 1 Thursday 2pm
Tanner Rich, Stanley Archer, Donald French
Experiment Performed on: 11/19/15
Report due: 11/26/15
Introduction:
The overall goal of this exper
PHYS 2044-001
University Physics 2
Arkansas State University
Ray Optics: Reflection and Refraction
Section 1 Thursday 2pm
Tanner Rich, Stanley Archer, Donald French
Experiment Performed on: 11/12/15
Report Submitted: 11/19/15
Tanner Rich, Stanley Archer, Donald French
University Physics II sec 1
Thursday 2pm
10/15/15
Magnetic fields and Permanent Magnets
Introduction
The Magnetic Fields and Permanent Magnets Lab let us observe the magnetic field
resulting from various permanen
MAT 242 Written Homework #3
EP4.2, 4.3 / H4.2, 4.3
Due: March 15
Solve the following problems, showing any necessary work.
2
1
1 3
1. [1 point] Let W be the subspace spanned by
,
. Which of the following vectors are in
2
1
2
1
W ? (Note that the n
9. Find an equation of the plane that passes through the point Q(1, 6, 4) and is perpendicular to
the line whose symmetric equations are x 1 2 = y 2 3 = z 3 1 (A) 2x 3y + z = 7 (B) x
+ y + z = 7 (C) 6x 4y + z = 10 (D) x + 6y 4z = 6 (E) x + 6y 4z = 24 (F)
13. If a vector equation of the line through the point (0, 1, 2) and parallel to the vector 6i + 3j +
2k is hx, y, zi = h6t, a + bt, 2+2ti, then find the numbers a and b. (A) a = 2, b = 0 (B) a = 0, b = 1
(C) a = 0, b = 2 (D) a = 0, b = 3 (E) a = 1, b = 1
Seven balls were in the basket. More balls were added to the
basket. Now there are 13 balls. How many balls were added to
the basket?
1)
Steven has five more oranges than Jackie. Jackie has two
2)
oranges. How many oranges does Steven have?
Eight balls ar
Seven red apples and two green apples are in the basket. How
1)
many apples are in the basket?
Ellen has six more balls than Marin. Marin has nine balls. How
2)
many balls does Ellen have?
Janet has nine oranges and Sharon has seven oranges. How
3)
many o
MATH 2204 Quiz 2
KEY
Name:
( 2 points ) 1. Use the graph of f (x) to nd the following:
a) grim): 9
b) M) :- l
c) lim f($)= 0
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:c> 3+
e) lim f(x )= DNE
w>3
f) f(3) 5- Q
( 4 points ) 2. Find the following limits:
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Section 1.1 Four Ways to Represent a Function
Notes are in reference to Calculus: Early Transcendentals (7th Edition), James Stewart
Functions arise whenever one quantity depends on another. Consider the
following situation.
The area of a circle depends o
COLLEGE ALGEBRA NOTES 3.2
3.2 Linear Equations in Two Variables
A linear equation in two variables, and , is an equation that can
be written in the standard form + = where , , and are
constants and and are not both zero.
The graph of an equation of this
COLLEGE ALGEBRA NOTES 3.3
3.3 Forms of Linear Equations
A non-vertical linear relationship exhibits a constant rate of change
that describes how much the -values are changing with respect to
the -values and is known as the slope of the line. Slope is a me
COLLEGE ALGEBRA NOTES 2.1a
2.1a Linear Equations In One Variable
An equation is a statement that two algebraic expressions are equal or that they have the same value.
An equation that can be written in the form + = where , , and are real numbers and 0 is
COLLEGE ALGEBRA NOTES 2.6
2.6 Radical Equations
A radical equation is an equation that has at least one radical expression containing a variable.
Method for solving a radical equation:
1. Isolate the radical on one side of the equation. If you have more t
COLLEGE ALGEBRA NOTES 2.5
2.5 Rational Expressions and Equations
A rational expression is a fraction in which the numerator and denominator are polynomials.
Defining Rational Expressions: Identifying Exclusions/Restrictions
Since division by zero is not d
COLLEGE ALGEBRA NOTES 2.5
2.5 Rational Expressions and Equations
A rational expression is a fraction in which the numerator and
denominator are polynomials.
Defining Rational Expressions:
Identifying Exclusions/Restrictions
Since division by zero is not d
COLLEGE ALGEBRA NOTES 2.6
2.6 Radical Equations
A radical equation is an equation that has at least one radical
expression containing a variable.
Method for solving a radical equation:
1. Isolate the radical on one side of the equation. If you have
more t