1. Science deals in facts and measurements that are repeatable. T or F?
Everyone Ive met today has a cold, so all students must have developed colds
this weekend, is an example of deductive reasoning. T or F?
3. C, H, O, N, P and S make up
1. Which macromolecules are the largest and most complex in living organisms?
2. What are some roles of proteins in organisms?
Enzymes - are proteins that make reactions (rxns) go faster
Hormones turns rxns on and off
Help molecules move through
The Roller Coaster of SAT
Jus like a roller coaster, the SAT had many ups and downs, but which side is
stronger? Since 1901 teenagers who want to study in the United States need to go through
the SAT Reasoning Test process. The SAT has benefited teens f
The War against Global Warming
Everyone has heard of global warming before. However, people either dont
believe that it is a real and very important issue in our world today, or they just dont care
enough to do anything. A global issue, what does this mea
Since 1901 teenagers who want to study in the United States need to go through
the SAT Reasoning Test process. The SAT has benefited teens from all around the world,
giving them opportunities that they wouldnt have been able to enjoy without it. H
The Ups and Downs
Lets pretend that Im an interviewer from television program. Im at the
streets of Brazil, asking questions about politics. A citizen is going by and I ask,
when you think of politics, what the first positive word that comes to mind? Inst
Solar Absorption Lab
Purpose: To determine which liquid substance heats up faster. This will find the most
efficient liquid to capture solar energy.
Background: The earth is running out of its current energy sources, we need to start using
Soil Salinity on Seed Germination
Purpose: To find out if salinity is good for seed germination, and if it is how much
Background: Soil salinity is the salt present in the soil. It is frequently a consequence
of irrigation, greatly increased by
The Roller Coaster of SAT
Reasoning Test is
a process that
have to go through
in order to get into
a college in the
The SAT reasoning
test is seen as
unfair for some,
Particulate Matter Lab
To find out the amount of PM in different locations of out school, and figure out where
do they come from.
Particulate matter, also known as PM, consists of very small liquid and solid particles
floating in the
Pizza Box Solar Oven
The purpose of this experiment is to find a way to use solar energy in our daily
life. Therefore creating an experiment that will cook food, heat an area and others.
Solar energy technologies carry along important
How can you save a life?
Almost everyday someone dies from AIDS in the world. Can you imagine
waking up everyday and wondering if its your last one? AIDS is a big issue in the
world today, an issue that lots of people dont take into account, or simply don
Of Mice and Men, a novel by John Steinbeck takes place in the south of the
United States, during the 1930s. In the middle of the Great Depression, George Milton
takes care of his friend, Lennie Small, who has a mental disability. George and Len
Do you know what could happen to you if you eat McDonalds for 30 days
straight? The movie Supersize Me shows an experiment with Morgan Spurlock.
Where he eats McDonalds for thirty days straight. Supersize Me reveals that by eating
junk food people
Sociology Exam 1
How is society possible?
Through social interaction
Cooperating, communicating, sharing, arguing, negotiating, compromising,
Interaction is the hearth of society form communicating we know others,
norms, values, rules of socie
PSY101 Fall 2010 - Test 2
1) What is the name for a technique that involves training behavior that is unlikely to be generated spontaneously?
2) From his research on animals like cats, Thorndike proposed
Test 1 Psychology 101 Fall 2010
1) Who established one of the first psychological laboratories, in Leipzig, Germany, and is considered the father of modern psychology?
(He took issue with every
treatment of psychology that is based on simple self-observat
Social psychology is the study of how people influence others behavior, beliefs, and attitudes
A. Attempt to understand and explain how the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of
individuals are influenced by the actual, imagined, or impli
Theories about Congress and
Principal-agent problems between the floor and
Who controls the committees?
1 - The committees Distributive theory
- theory talks about how the floor decides to give up power to
committees and subcommitt
Definitions of democracy
Elections constitute a procedural dimension of democracy
Rights - make up a substantive dimension of democracy
Liberal extensive guarantees of civil freedom
Illiberal only partial gua