Warm-Up 8/19
Convert Angle to the other measurement
1. 150
2.
= 45
Q&A on assignment.
Rigor:
You will learn how to find Arc Length,
Linear and Angular Speed plus the
Area of a Sector .
Relevance:
You will be able to use angle measure
to solve application
Investigation 9: Gel Electrophoresis Lab Report
This may be hand written or typed, but must be in your lab notebook when submitted.
Introduction
Write a short summary (about a paragraph) about what gel electrophoresis is, functions, and components.
Proce
Activity 25.1 What do we know about the origin of life on Earth?-Molly Niemczyk
1.
2.
3.
Modern theory suggests that the early (pre-life) atmosphere on Earth was a reducing one. Why (for what reasons) is it
believed that oxygen was not present when life f
Biological Principles II
Identifying Adaptive Traits and Fitness
e gure below shows the distribution of a phenotypic characteristic in a population of
organisms. Also shown are three portions (A, B, and C) of that distribution.
For the situations describe
AP Biology
Guided Reading Chapter 24 + Inv. 24.2
(from Mrs. Miriello)
Name _
1. Define the following terms:
a. Speciation
b. Anagenesis
c. Cladogenesis
2. What is the biological species concept?
3. What are the differences between prezygotic and postzygot
Hardy-Weinberg Practice
1. About one child in 2,500 is born with phenylketonuria (an inability to metabolize the amino acid phenylalanine). This is
known to be a recessive autosomal trait.
a. If the population is in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium for this tra
Checklist for Adult Sponsor (1)
This completed form is required for ALL projects.
To be completed by the Adult Sponsor in collaboration with the student researcher(s):
Students Name(s):
Project Title:
1) o I have reviewed the Intel ISEF Rules and Guidelin
Section 5.4 Graphs of Sine & Cosine Functions
Mathematician _ Per _
p. 414-416 #3-20 all, #21-45 odds, #47-56 all, #61-67 odds, #71-83 odd
Concepts and Vocabulary
3. The maximum value of y = sin x is _ and occurs at x = _.
4. The function y = A sin Bx, A>
Spring 2014 Syllabus for Magnet Research II/III/IV
http:/sites.google.com/site/bolenresearch
Teacher: Scott Bolen
Office & Lab Hours:
Phone: (770) 483-8737
E-mail: [email protected]
3:15-4:15pm: Wednesday (let me know if you plan to arrive past 3:
Parents & Students,
It has been a nice short week. We tied some loose ends and discovered how to determine whether a population
is evolving. We have been practicing Hardy-Weinberg problems. The more practice you have, the quicker you
will get with them an
What effects can selection have on populations?
a.
b.
c.
Decide whether or not natural selection is operating. In doing this,
indicate whether there is variability in the population(s).
If no, what does this imply about evolution?
If yes, what is the natu
Section 13.3-13.4 Review
Algebra 2
_
Name: _
Period: _ Date:
Find the exact value of each trigonometric function.
1. cos 150
2. tan 135
3. tan 90
4. sin (-180)
5. cos (-60)
6. sin 225
7. sin
7
4
8. tan
5
3
9. csc (-
Change each radian measure to a degree
Section 13.3-13.4 Review
Algebra 2
_
Name: _
Period: _ Date:
Find the exact value of each trigonometric function.
1. cos 150
2. tan 135
3. tan 90
4. sin (-180)
5. cos (-60)
6. sin 225
7. sin
7
4
8. tan
5
3
9. csc (-
Change each radian measure to a degree
Section 13.3-13.4 Review
Algebra 2
_
Name: _
Period: _ Date:
Find the exact value of each trigonometric function.
1. cos 150
2. tan 135
3. tan 90
4. sin (-180)
5. cos (-60)
6. sin 225
7. sin
7
4
8. tan
5
3
9. csc (-
Change each radian measure to a degree
NAME _ DATE _
PERIOD _
Degrees and Radians
Angles and Their Measures One complete rotation can be represented by 360 or 2
radians. Thus, the following formulas can be used to relate degree and radian
measures.
Degree/Radian Coversion Rules
If two angles h