Chapter 6 Review packet
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1. The probability distribution below is for the random variable X = number of mice caught in traps during a
single night in small apartment building.
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Chapter 7 Classwork Review
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1. The weight of the eggs produced by a certain breed of hen is Normally distributed with mean 65 grams (g)
and standard deviation 5 g.
(a) Calculate the probability t
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Coefficient of Friction Worksheet #2
1. A hockey puck has a coefficient of kinetic friction of k = 0.10. If the puck feels a normal force (FN) of 5
N, what is the frictional force that acts
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AP Statistics 4.1 Producing Data
In order to answer questions about a large group of individuals (people or objects), we
must produce data that will answer our questions.
Two ways to study populatio
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CentralNetForceModel:
CircularMotionExamples
1. A woman flying aerobatics executes a maneuver as illustrated below.
Construct a quantitative force diagram of all relevant forces acting on the
wom
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NetForceParticleModelWorksheet1:
ForceDiagramsandNetForce
1. An elevator is moving up at a constant velocity of 2.5 m/s, as illustrated in
the diagram below: The passenger has a
Unit 10 Review
AP Statistics
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Part 1: Multiple Choice. Circle the letter corresponding to the best answer.
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1. You want to compute a 90% confidence interval for the mean of a population with unk
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Unit 5 Review
1. The probability of rolling two six-sided dice and having the sum on the two dice equal 7 is
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(a) Interpret this probability.
(b) You roll two dice six times. Are you
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AdditionalPractice
Problem 1: A shotput is thrown. For the each of the indicated positions of
the shotput along its trajectory, draw and label the following vectors: the xcomponent
AP Statistics
Chapter 3 Extra Practice
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Use the following information for numbers 1 4:
How are traffic delays related to the number of cars on the road? Below is data on the total number of hou
Content Teaching Academy 2014
James Madison University
Intermediate Physics-Graduate Credit
Lesson Plan 1
Lesson Plan
Teacher Name: Ms. Kristen Roscoe
Unit: 5-Net Force
Lesson Title: Elevator Lab/Intr
Chapter 5 Review Packet
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1. To pass the time during a long drive, you and a friend are keeping track of the makes and models of
cars that pass by in the other direction. At one point, you realize
Unit 4: Worksheet 1a
Force Diagrams
In each of the following situations, represent the object with a particle. Sketch all the forces
acting upon the object, making the length of each vector represent
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Net Force Particle Model Worksheet 1:
Force Diagrams and Net Force
1. An elevator is moving up at a constant velocity of 2.5 m/s, as illustrated in the diagram
below: The passenger has a
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Chapter 4 Test Review
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1. Your school will send a delegation of 35 seniors to a student life convention. 200 girls and
150 boys are eligible to be chosen. If a sample of 20 girls and sepa
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Uniformly Accelerated Motion Model:
Review Worksheet
Use the graph below to answer questions #1-4 that follow:
1. Give a written description to describe the motion of this object.
2. Draw the mot
6.2 Practice
AP Statistics
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If a single die is rolled one time, find the probabilities of getting
1. a 4
2. an even number
3. a number greater than 4
4. a number less than 7
5. a number greater t
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NetForceParticleModelWorksheet5:
Newton'sSecondLawandFriction
1. A sled weighing 300 N is moved at constant speed over a horizontal floor
by a force of 50 N applied parallel to the floor.
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NetForceParticleModelWorksheet5:
Newton'sSecondLawandFriction
1. A sled weighing 300 N is moved at constant speed over a horizontal floor
by a force of 50 N applied parallel to the floor.
Endocrine System:
1.
Indicate important differences between hormonal and neural controls of body
functioning.
Neural by nervous system rapid, short-lived, very specific response (nerve
impulses/muscl
Blood
1. Describe the composition and physical characteristics of whole blood. Explain why it
is classified as a connective tissue and compare its properties to those of other
connective tissues.
Onl
Lab: Part 1Anatomy and Histology of the Alimentary Canal
What is the difference between the peritoneum and mesentery?
peritoneum is (anatomy) in mammals, the serous membrane
lining the cavity of the
Lab: Vessels
Vessels of the Human Body That You Should Know
Exercise 32
For this exercise, you should know which area of the body these
vessels feed or drain. For example, the phrenic artery feeds the
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Basophils = least common
Granulocytes
Least numerous of all blood cells
Base loving = Darkly blue stained
Granulocytes = neutrophils, eosinophils, basophils
Agranulocytes = lymphocytes, mon
Heart Anatomy
Look at one of the heart models. Make sure you can identify the following structures:
L/R atria, L/R ventricles, apex, tricuspid valve, pulmonary valve, bicuspid (mitral)
valve, aortic v
Lab: Respiration
Part 1: Respiratory Anatomy
Describe the path of airflow from the nose and mouth to the lungs.
What structures are involved?
Draw the anatomy of the larynx. Label the following: Thyro
Mrs. Cuomo-Yokels 8.03 Drivers Ed DBA
Thank you for choosing this course during your high school years. I hope you are enjoying it! Always
remember, driving is not a right, it is a privilege. Please t
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BIO 211: DIGESTION PRE-LECTURE WORKSHEET # 7
Please answer the following questions:
1. What organs make up the alimentary canal, and what organs are the
accessory organs to the alimentary canal? What
BIO 211: PRE LECTURE WORKSHEET 4: VESSELS
Please answer the following questions:
1. Describe the structure of the blood vessel walls.
The blood vessel walls have three layers. The first is made out of