#ps2pr1.1
def decide(a, b, c):
if a <= c:
if b > c:
a = a * 3
else:
b = b + 4
elif b <= c:
if b = a:
c = c + 2
else:
a = a + 3
b = b * 5
print('decide', a, b, c)
return b
a = 3
b = 1
c = 2
print(a, b, c)
decide(a, b, c)
print(a, b, c)
c = dec
Comparative Art Analysis
Submit the introduction to your comparative art analysis essay (Section I). Introduce readers to your
chosen works, and present your main argument/thesis statement about the relationship between your
works and their shared theme.
Survive and Thrive or Die?
Biodiversity is more complex than rare species (giant pandas), areas of high species diversity
(rainforests), big dynamic creatures (whales), or economically important species (cod); however,
these are the realms in which biodiv
20th Century Art
Find a good example of a work from the early 20th century (ca. 1900-1950) that either reflects
the culture or society in which it was created or has affected society in some way. Then choose
ONE of the following to discuss:
1. Discuss abo
Mapping the Earth
118 Points total
Latitude and Longitude
The Earth is divided into a grid of circular segments which are perpendicular to one
another, called latitude and longitude.
Latitude lines run horizontally, and are parallel to the equator. Degree
LABORATORY
Climate Controls
Introduction
'hat makes Seattle so rainy and cool and Phoenix so hot and dry? Climate is the
statistical weather of a place, and understanding the factors that control climate allows
you to anticipate general weather patterns d
Origin of Earth and Life
BU Earth & Environment
ES 105 (Anderson)
Earth, the Water Planet
Water on earth
Earth is 35% Fe, 29% O2, 15% Si, 12.7% Mg, 2% Nickel, 1.9% Sulfur, and
0.05% Ti; Not much water, but it supports a planet rich in life
Where Does Air,
Reason & Argumentation
Topic: Deductive Reasoning
Last Time
Acceptability
Relevance
Adequacy
This Time
Validity
Soundness
Truth-functional statements
Logical Operators
Deductive Arguments
Deductive arguments are those whose
premises guarantee the trut
Reason and Argumentation
Topic: Inductive Reasoning &
Scientific Reasoning
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Deductive reasoning
Validity
Soundness
Truth-functional statements
Some valid forms of argument
Some fallacies
This Time
Inductive Reasoning
Sampling
Confirmation
Reasoni
Reason & Argumentation
Topic: Deductive Reasoning
Last Time
Acceptability
Relevance
Adequacy
This Time
Validity
Soundness
Truth-functional statements
Logical Operators
Deductive Arguments
Deductive arguments are those whose
premises guarantee the trut
PY105 Final Exam: Things you should know
Standard units and their pre-fixes:
Distance or position:
Time:
Velocity or speed:
Acceleration:
Mass:
Force:
Energy, work, heat:
Power:
Angular position:
Angular speed:
Angular acceleration:
Torque:
Moment of iner
Lecture 02:
Math thingies
we will use in PY105 (and PY106)
to help you prepare with the physics thingies
Erik Lascaris
Announcements
No lab this week!
Pre-test on Thu/Fri during your discussion section in SCI-128 (more info on Wednesday)
Office hours t
Lecture 03:
Recap Chapter 1
Re-capturing your attention
(hopefully)
Erik Lascaris
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Homework?
Pre-assessment test
3
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1
Correct
4.38pointsoutof4.38
A condition that leads to greater consumption leading to greater unhappiness is called
affluenza
A conflict of interest exists where a person holds a position of trust that requires
that she or he exercise judgment on behalf of others, but where her or h
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 10
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Tutorial: The First Law of Thermodynamics Reviewed
Part A
Which physical law underlies the
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 9
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Young and Freedman 14.29
14.29.
Velocity and position are related by E = 12 kA2 = 12 mvx2 +
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 5
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Young and Freedman 7.76
7.76.
I DENTIFY : Use Eq. (7.16) to relate Fx and U ( x). The
equil
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 1
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Tutorial: Tactics Box 1.5 Drawing a Pictorial Representation
See MasteringPhysics for Soluti
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 4
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Young and Freedman 5.99
5.99.
I DENTIFY :
S ET U P :
!
!
Apply F = ma to the automobile.
The
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 6
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Young and Freedman 9.16
9.16.
I DENTIFY : Apply the constant angular acceleration equations
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 8
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Young and Freedman 13.6
13.6.
I DENTIFY : The net force on A is the vector sum of the force
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 7
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Young and Freedman 10.26 *
10.26.
!
!
Apply z = I z and F = ma to the motion of the bowling
PY211 Fall 2016
Solution Set 3
For those problems in which the numerical values have been randomized (on MasteringPhysics),
the textbook values have been used.
1. Young and Freedman 4.8
4.8.
I DENTIFY : The elevator and everything in it are accelerating u