Fall Semester 2013
CHE 1113.001 : General Chemistry II
MWF 12:00-12:50 SB 2.01.12
Dr. Raymond R Sadeghi
MW 3-4 PM TR 11:00-12:00 pm, W 4:00-5:00
A number that describes the population
Symbols we use for parameters include
0 y-intercept of LSRL
1 slope of LSRL
A number that can be computed from
Chapter 9: Cellular Respiration
Overview: Life Is Work
To p erform their many tasks, living cells require energ y from outside sources .
Energy enters most ecosystems as sunlight and leaves as heat.
Chapter 8: An Introduction to Metabolism
Overview: The Energy of Life
Concept 8.1 An organisms metabolism transforms matter and energy, subject to the laws of
Metabolis m is the
Metabolism is an emerge
Chapter 7: Membrane Structure and Function
Over view: Life at the Edge
The plasma membrane separates the living cell fro m its nonliving surroundings.
This thin barri er, 8 n m thick, controls traffic into and out of the cel
Chapter 6: A Tour of the Cell
Overview: The Importance of Cells
All orga nisms are made of cells.
Many o rganisms are single-celled, but even in multicell ular organisms , the cell is the basic unit of
Chapter 5: Structure and Function of Macromolecules
Overview: The Molecules of Life
Within cells, small o rganic molecules are joined together to fo rm larger molecules.
These large macromolecules may consist of thousands of
Chapter 4: Carbon and the Molecular Diversity of Life
Overview: Carbon The Backbone of Biological Molecules
Although cells are 7095 % water, the rest consists mos tly of carbon-b ased compounds.
Carbon is unparalleled in its
Water and the Fitness of the Environment
Overview: The Molecule That Supports All of Life
Because water is the substance that makes life possible on Earth, astronomers hope to find evidence
of water on newly discov
The Chemical Context of Life
Mr. Belc her 9/6/07
Overview: Chemical Foundations of Biology
Living organisms and the world they live in are subject to the basic laws of physics and chemistry.
Biology is a multidisciplinary science, dra
Mr. Belcher 9/5/07
Overview: Biologys Most Exciting Era
Biology is the
You are starting your study of biology during its most exciting era.
The largest and best-equipped community of s cientists in history is beginning
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What if we
and the power
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What if we
Well, the stan
In L1 seq(x,x,0,10)
In L2 binompdf(10, .1 ,L1)
Sketch histogram on board
Replace .1 with .2, .3, , .9
What happened to the shape
of the distribution as the
probability of success
As the probability of success
increases, the shape cha
How do we gather data?
the entire group of
individuals that we
want information ab
x-variable: is the explanatory
y-variable: is the response variable
Use x to predict y
y = b0 + b1 x
y - (y-hat) means the predicted y
b1 is the slope
it is the amount by which y increases/decreases
Be sure to pu
Suppose we found the age and weight
of a sample of 10 adults.
Create a scatterplot of the data below.
Is there any relationship between the
age and weight of these adults?
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The Normal Distribution
Continuous Random Variable
A continuous random variable:
Represented by a function/graph.
Area under the curve represents the proportions of
Total area is exactly 1.
How do we locate the median for a
Displaying Categorical Data
What is categorical data?
Bar, Segmented Bar, and Pie
Frequency vs. Relative Frequency
The Effects of Behavior
Edward L Thorndike
1874 - 1949
animals or objects characteristic which
belong solely to humans.
Trial and error This is how animals
learn. A connection is formed between the
Social Cognitive Theory
Observational learning - Albert Bandura a
form of operate learning. Learning through
imitation of models.
Observational Learning: Overview
Learning that occurs as a result of observing
Transition to Modern Cognitivism
Chapter Six: Hebb, Tolman
and the Gestaltists
Hebbs theory Higher Mental
occurs if there is a lapse of time
between a stimulus and a response?
mental processes (thought)
collaborates with the inp
o Human behavior follows certain laws.
o Causes for human behavior are outside
of the person. And these causes are
observable and measurable. They can
be studies directly.
How do we cope with changes in our
Examples moths in British Isles, fruit flies, sickle cell
Behaviors acted upon by evolution
Fixed action pa
Learning and Remembering
Attention Memory and
learning are inextriably
refers to the availability of
information and implies being able to retrieve
previously acquired skills or information.
Implicit memory past l