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Key terms for Final Exam
Four-field anthropology
The Crystal Palace
The age of equipoise
Sociocultural evolution
Denial of coevalness
The comparative method of anthropology
The historical method of anthropology
Fieldwork
Ethnography
Colonialis

Nature,Nurture,and
HumanDiversity
Chapter4
1
Nature,Nurture,andHumanDiversity
1. BehaviorGenetics:Predicting
IndividualDifferences
2. ParentsandPeers
3. CulturalInfluences
4. GenderDevelopment
2
Psychology
The tradition and history of psychology, which

Lecture questions:
What force parallel to the surface of a ramp is required to just hold a block in place on
the ramp? What force is required to push it up the ramp with an acceleration of 0.5
m/s2? Do the problem both with and without friction.
Consider

Lecture 5/3 Example Solutions
Spring 2013
You are on a roller coaster ride where you go through a 16 m high loop. If you
just make it through the loop, what is your speed at the top? If you double that
speed at the top, what would the normal force on you

Lecture 5/1 Example Solutions
Spring 2013
What force parallel to the surface of a 30o ramp is required to just hold a 10 kg
block in place on the ramp? Assume that the ramp is frictionless.
Situation and Variables:
Draw the free body diagram for the block

Lecture 17
5/10/12
Problem
A ladder is resting on a frictionless wall. The
ladder has a mass of 20 kg, and is
positioned 0.5 m from the wall and
touches the wall 2 m above the floor. If the
coefficient of static friction with the floor is
0.45, does the l

Lecture 14
5/3/13
Quiz
Does friction try to counter act the component of gravity
that pushes the block towards the bottom of the ramp or
will it counter act the force that is supplied to the block to
try and get it to the top of the ramp?
Clicker #1
What

Lecture 15
5/6/13
Clicker Question #1
What causes rotation? Consider opening a
door, where do you push?
a) Near the hinge
b) Away from the hinge, and into the edge
of the door.
c) Away from the hinge, and on the face of
the door
Clicker Question #1
What c

Lecture 13
5/1/13
Problem 1
A block is resting on an incline plane that
forms an angle of 30 degrees with the
horizontal. What force is required to hold
the block in place? What force is required
to accelerate the block up the plane with
an acceleration o

Lecture 12
4/29/13
Quiz responses
Why can't you give us more practice
problems, so we know how to solve all the
problems in any possible way you could
ask us?
I have never encountered the last problem
on the midterm out of all of the problems i
practiced.

Lecture 16
5/8/13
QUIZ
I prefer discussion sections where the TA goes over the main point of
each lecture and provide a step by step process of certain
problems that he know will be on the exam.
Figuring out all the different forces on an object though I

Week 6 Problems
Problem
A 5 m long beam rests on two supports. One
support is at each end of the beam. What
is the force on the supports? The beam
has a mass of 10 kg.
Problem
A 20 kg block rests at the end of a 5 kg
beam of length L. The beam is supporte

Math 2B Final Exam Review Guide
TOPICS COVERED: The common final exam will cover material from sections 4.9, 5.1-5.5, 6.1, 6.2,
6.5, 7.1-7.5, 7.8, 8.1 and 11.1-11.10 in the 7th Edition of Calculus: Early Transcendentals by James
Stewart. In all sections,

Emotions,Stress,and
Health
Chapter12
1
I.
Emotions
a.Theory
b.Understandingemotions
c.Emotiondevelopment
II.
Stress
a.Types
b.Coping
III.Health
a.Consequences
b.Selfcare
2
A Model of Stress
3
TheoriesofEmotion
Emotionsareamixof
1)physiologicalactivation,

ESS 3: Oceanography
"How inappropriate to call this planet
Earth when it is clearly Ocean."
Arthur C. Clarke
Photograph by Sebastian Meckelmann
What is Oceanography?
Fig 1.2 from Trujillo
and Thurman
About me
Dr. Julie Ferguson
E-mail: julie.ferguson@uci

Lecture 2 - Origin of Earth and our oceans
Outline
How the Earth formed and its composition
and structure
Where our atmosphere and hydrosphere
came from
Very brief summary of the major changes
that have occurred on Earth
Quick Review Gravity
The force

Math 13: Introduction to Abstract Mathematics Homework 2
Submit the starred (*) questions at the discussion class on Thursday April 17th.
Basic Proofs: you may use quantiers in these questions if you wish
1. * Prove or disprove: There exist integers m, n

Announcements
The Plan
Quiz #7 opens today at 12pm closes Monday
at 6pm.
Homework #7 due Wednesday will post on
course calendar.
Ch. 10 on confidence intervals for proportions.
1
2
Logic Behind Confidence Intervals
Sampling distribution of a sample pro

The Plan
Announcements
No discussion sections this week, but yes we
do have lecture on Wednesday!
Homework #7 due Wednesday by 5pm.
Prof. Hancock will now accept grade dispute
forms until Mon. Dec. 9 at 5pm.
Finish slides from Lecture 20 on confidence

Announcements
The Plan
Discussion Activity #5 this week last one!
Homework #6 due Wednesday by 5pm.
Finish Lecture 18 on sampling distributions for
Chapter 9 Exercises 9.14, 9.24, 9.26, 9.28+9.29
(count as one), 9.40, 9.42, 9.144, 9.60, 9.65, 9.138.

The Plan
Announcements
Discussion Activity #4 this week.
Start Chapter 9 on sampling distributions!
Lecture B: If you missed your Wed. discussion,
and there is room in the discussion classroom,
you may attend one of todays discussions.
Sections 9.1-9.3

Lecture 9 Water and density stratification
Reading = Anna Henly / Veolia EnvironnementChapter 5
relevant sections of Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012
Midterm 1 on Friday
Friday 31st January from 11-11.50a.m. in this room (BS3 1200)
About half mult

Lecture 10 Structure and motion of
our atmosphere
Reading: P.163-177 of Chapter 6
Midterm 1 on Friday
Friday 31st January from 11-11.50a.m. in this room (BS3 1200)
About half multiple choice and half short answer (e.g. drawing a feedback
diagram, making

Lecture 8 Water and Ocean Salinity
Reading = P. 134-159
Quiz 3 available from noon Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012
Anna Henly / Veolia until 11a.m. on Monday
Midterm 1 on Friday
Friday 31st January from 11-11.50a.m. in this room (BS3

Lecture 6 Ocean Sediments
Announcements
Quiz 2 available from 12p.m. on Friday to 11a.m. on
Wednesday
No discussions on Monday but students in those
groups are welcome to attend other discussions
next week
Reading for today = Chapter 4
Outline
Importa

Lecture 7 Why water is so weird but
wonderful!
Reading = Appendix IV and P. 129-139
Outline
Quick review of ocean sediments
Learning about the past using ocean sediment cores
Why water is really weird
Surface tension
Dissolves almost everything
Thermal

Lecture 5 Discovering the ocean floor
Announcements
Reading for today is Chapter 3 except P. 93
You can find out which quiz questions you got right
and wrong by going into EEE and looking at your
submissions
For each midterm you will be allowed to brin

Lecture 4 - Plate Boundaries and hotspots
Overview
What drives plate tectonics
Features of plate boundaries
Divergent
Convergent
Transform
Hotspots
Plate Tectonics
Theory that the Earth's lithosphere (outer rigid shell) is
broken into a dozen or so

Lecture 3 -Plate tectonics and the birth and
death of oceans
Please bring a calculator with you to all discussion groups. Tharp 1977/2003
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Online Quizzes
First online quiz will be online from 12p.m. Friday until
11a.m. on Monday.
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