Alexis Diaz, Lab 6
TA: Tiffany, Section 20
Question #1: How will increasing the number of yeast cells affect the rate of ATP
production by the cells (in moles ATP/hr) if the sugar concentration in the experiment is
held constant?
Hypothesis:
If I increase

Econ 003
Introduction to Microeconomics
Daya Muralidharan
Spring 2010
Final Use these questions to review for your final exam
1. Explain the following briefly (at most 5 sentences). Use examples/graphs where
necessary:
a. Economics
b. Opportunity cost
c.

Problem
Equations Used
9. 7
Astronomer on Earth observes meteoroid in southern sky
approaching Earth at speed = 0. 810c. At the time of
discovery, the meteoroid is 16. 0 light- years from Earth.
a. Calculate time interval required for meteoroid to reach
E

Problem
27. 2
In a location where the speed of sound is 338 m/ s, a 2000 Hz sound
wave impinges on two slits 30 cm apart
f = 2000 Hz
d = 30 cm = 0.3 m
vsound = 338 m/s
Equations Used
dsinmax = m
First using (f) and (v sound), you can find (sound) with equ

Problem
Equations Used
28. 5
FM radio transmitter has power output of 120 kW and
operates at frequency of 96 MHz. How many photons per
second does transmitter emit?
Each photon with energy E = hf
E = (6.626 x 10-34)(96 x 106) = 6.36 x 10-26 J
Implying tha

Problem
9. 7
Astronomer on Earth observes meteoroid in southern sky
approaching Earth at speed = 0. 810c. At the time of
discovery, the meteoroid is 16. 0 light- years from Earth.
a. Calculate time interval required for meteoroid to reach
Earth measured b

Physics 182 Equation Sheet for Exams
Good Stu from 181:
r
v
2
Kinematics: = d ; = d ; ( = const : x = x0 + v0 t + 1 at2 ; v = v0 + at; v 2 = v0 +2ax)
v
a
a
dt
dt
2
Dynamics:
F = m
a
1
1
Conservation of Energy:
Wnc = K + U ; K = 2 mv 2 ; Ugrav = mgy ; Usp

min =1.22
D
=
1
v2
2
c
1
t = t p
L
L= p
x ' = ( x vt )
t ' = ( t
v
x)
c2
u x v
ux v
1 2
c
u ' x=
= m
p
u
K =( 1) mc 2
1 eV =1.6 x 1019 J
2
E R=mc
2
E= mc
E= ( pc )2+( mc2 )2
h =6.626068 1034 m2 kg / s
h
=
p
me =9.109 10 31 kg
E= h f
P= e A t 4
max T =

UC Riverside, Physics 2C, Summer Session II, 2011
Instructor: Daniel Wegman Ostrosky
[email protected][email protected]
Office Hours: MW 12:00-1:00 p.m.,
TR 1:00-2:00 p.m
Extra office hours are allowed with an appointment via email
Teaching Assistan

Teaching Statement
Karl Fredrickson
As a graduate student at UCSD, I have had many teaching opportunities.
My primary teaching experience comes from serving as a teaching assistant in
undergraduate discussion sections, as most Ph.D. students here are requ

Department of Mathematics
University of California
Riverside, CA 92521
Mathematics 8B
Syllabus
Winter Quarter 2010
Instructor: Dr. Konstantina Christodoulopoulou
Contact Information:
Office: Surge 229
Office Hours: TR 3:00-4:30pm.
Phone: 951-827-5402.
Ema

MATH 8A SYLLABUS Fall 2009
University of California, Riverside
Instructor: Jose Villa
Email: [email protected]
Office: Pierce 2438
Hours: WF 3:30-5 pm
Textbook: College Algebra and Trigonometry, 4th edition Dugopolski
Course: Math 8A-30
Time: MWF 5:10 6pm

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
ECON 003: INTRODUCTION OF MICROECONOMICS
Spring 2010
Instructor: Dr. Daya Muralidharan
Lectures: MWF 3:10 p.m. 4:00 p.m., UNLH 1000
OFFICE: SPROUL HALL, Room 3121
OFFICE HOURS: W 9:00 - 11:00 a.m

CHEM 111 Exam III Summer 2008
1.
The valence shell orbital configuration of the Si atom in its ground state is:
1.
3s
3p
3s
3p
3s
3p
3s
3p
2.
3.
4.
5. none of these
2.
What is the highest energy subshell that is occupied in the ground state of an atom of

Silberberg, Chapter 1 Keys to the Study of Chemistry
(Review)
1.1 Fundamental Definitions
Matter: anything that has mass and volume
Composition: the types and amounts of simpler substances that make up matter
Properties: the characteristics that give e

Silberberg, Chapter 2 The Components of Matter
(Review)
2.1 Elements, Compounds and Mixtures
Element: consists of only one kind of atom, a pure substance, whose composition is
fixed. Elements have names (oxygen, carbon, silicon).
Molecule: individual el

Silberberg, Chapter 3 Stoichiometry
(Review)
3.1 The Mole (mol): the amount of a substance that contains the same number of entities
as there are atoms in exactly 12 grams of 12C.
1 mol of a substance represents a fixed number of chemical entities and ha

Silberberg, Chapter 4 The Major Classes of Chemical Reactions
(Review)
4.1 The Role of Water as Solvent
Oppositely charged ions from an ionic compound separate from each other when
dissolved in water, become surrounded by water molecules, and spread rando

Silberberg, Chapter 5 Gases
(Review)
5.1 An Overview of the Physical States of Matter
1. Gas volume changes greatly with pressure.
2. Gas volume changes greatly with temperature.
3. Gases have relatively low viscosity.
4. Most gases have relatively low de

SYLLABUS FOR CHEM 001A
General Chemistry
Winter 2010
University of California, Riverside
Sec 020 Call Num 11721
University Lecture Hall (ULH) 1:10pm 2:00pm MWF
Professor: Dr. David K. Hill [email protected]
Phone: 827-7265
Office: Chemical Sciences 228
O

CHEMISTRY 001A
Teaching Assistant Office Hours
Finals Week
Winter 2010
Monday, March 15
Tuesday, March 16
8:00 - 9
Svetlana Borukhova
Robert Dillon
9:00 - 10
Mike Lucas
10:00 - 11
Sebastian Jezowski
11:00 - 12
Chris Roberts
12:00 - 1
Dan Orr
Final Exam
1:

Chem Lecture
Units of Measurement
* Temperature
Celsius (C) - C = 5/9 [T(in F) - 32]
Kelvin (K) - K= C + 273.15
Fahrenheit F - F = 9/5T (in C) + 32
* 0 - freezing point
* 100 - boiling point
* Water freezes: K - 273; C - 32; F - 0
Example:
1. Convert 98.6