Quiz #3: Artist as Scientist
1. Explain the primary use of natural images as well as art in general, before the Renaissance of the
1400s. Were they realistically drawn?
some very religious
Chinese: not striving to replicate nature but capture it's atmosph
CFS 109- Act 10.
WEIGHT CONTROL ACTIVITY
What is the full form of BMI?
BMI is calculated as
Weight (in Kg)
Height2 (in Mts)
Coversion factors-1 Kg= 2.2#, 1 Meter= 100 cms, 1 inch = 2.54 cms.
Calculate the BMI of the individual whose heigh
Art of the European Paleolithic Part 1
(1) This week we will be discussing the art of the paleolithic age. The word
paleolithic comes from the greek word meaning ancient stone this refers to
the art and tools used at this time.
Art has always been a way o
Artist as Explorer: Part 1
1)Last week we talked about the Renaissance and the awakening of
Europe to the mysteries of the natural world. People moved
beyond the constrictions of the church and ventured out into the
unknown to answer their questions about
Nutrition activity 3 (Kaur)chapter 135 points
1. Who do you think are the members of the health care team?
2.How is it that the illness can impact the persons nutritional or health status?
3. What are the possible risks of malnutrition?
4.What are the pos
Nutrition-Activity 4 (Kaur)chapter 25 points
1. Trace the path of the digestive system from mouth to anus?
2. What is the purpose of cardiac and pyrolic sphincter?
3.What is peristalisis?
4.Where does the digestion of the carbohydrates, protein and fat be
Nutrition-Activity 7chapter 4Lipids-5 points
Classify the lipids the best you know?
How the energy from fat play a vital role in our body?
How are fatty acids different from one another?
What is a good and bad cholesterol?
What are the current dietary rec
Nutrition-Activity 8-chapter 5-Proteins5 points
Differentiate between carbohydrartes, protein and fats
What is the chemical structure of amino acids?
Food sources that are good sources of protein?
What are essential amino acids, name them all (9)?
Nutrition-Activity 6 chapter 3carbohydrates-5 points
Differentiate between monosacharides, disaccharides and polysaccharides, give three
examples of each.
What is the difference between honey and white sugar?
Food sources that are good sources of starch?
Lecture for Artist as scientist:
1) Last week we talked about the art that was created 30,000 years ago during the
Paleolithic Era. This week we will continue on our journey through history as we
come to an age where artist's actually take a
CFS 109-Assignment No 1
The objective of this assignment is to get used to figure out your daily intake and to learn
how to use the USDA site for your benefit (http:/www.choosemyplate.gov/)
For the assignment no 1, please do the following:
1. Before the Renaissance, natural images were seen as very spiritual and religious. The Chinese
did not strive to replicate nature but instead tried to capture its atmosphere or essence of
nature. They often depicted humans as insignificant to the majest
Quiz #2: The Art of the Paleolithic
1. Who created the cave paintings in Europe and how long ago? What was their lifestyle? Describe them.
30-41 thousand years ago
Cro-Magnon man 45-10 thousand years ago
innovative, spiritual, linguistic, group based(comm
Quiz #1: Human Life Ways
1. hunter/gatherer society: nomadic(moving along with prey species or moving to different
locations depending on scarcity and abundance of resources in a particular location),
subsistence lifestyle(create and gather enough just fo
ES 50 Homework # 6
February 14, 2016
Week #6 Homework Assignment:
1. Main Takeaways from Lecture
The San Jose and Santa Clara Water Pollution Control plants go one step further
in their water purifying process and adde
ES 50: HW #8
February 29, 2016
Homework Assignment #8:
1. Main Takeaways from Lecture:
In the lecture, there was discussed that there is a difference between pollution and
waste management. Generally, most people will
July 2, 2015
1. Hunter/gatherer societies are:
nomadic: These societies move along with prey species or to different areas
depending on scarcity and abundance of resources in a particular location.
July 7, 2015
The Cro-Magnon man, an early group of Homo sapiens that are almost identical to
modern humans and lived 10-45 thousand years ago, created the cave paintings in Europe
ES 50 HW #6
February 21, 2016
Week # 7 Homework Assignment:
1. Main Takeaways From Lecture:
The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that are about 500,000 Brownfield
sites nationwide that still need investigation