Muscular System
Diseases and Disorders
Fibromyalgia
Chronic, widespread pain in specific muscle
sites.
Symptoms:
Muscle stiffness
Numbness or tingling in the arms or legs
Fatigue
Sleep disturban
Anatomy and Physiology
of the Skeletal System
Khatri
Introduction
The
skeletal system provides a rigid framework to support
and protect the body. Bones function closely with the
muscular system to pe
Resolution 2 affirmative
Introduction: College campuses around the nation are having problems with trigger warnings and safe
spaces. What these things exactly are a creation of intellectual safe space
Resolution 8 Affirmative
Introduction: In light of the goals of the 2002 U.S. National Security Policy, which asserts that the United
States will champion aspirations for human dignity, work with othe
Biomolecules lab
OBSERVATION: The purpose of this experiment is to determine whether unidentified amino acids , in a
two part experiment, have a free amino group. This test is heavily dependent on nin
SUMMARYOSMOSIS AND
DIFFUSION
Exercise 2
pH
Was any particular method of measuring pH more difficult
than the others?
Which solution had the lowest pH?
Which solution had the highest?
Why is the pH
Case Study
Today we venture in a childrens ward in the grim hospital known as GIA. We will take the
mysterious case of two children who are sick of a bacterial infection in the childrens ward here.
Th
7. Photosynthesis
Bio LAB 111
Objectives
Explain the relationship between photosynthesis and cellular respiration.
Describe the requirements and products of the photochemical and biochemical reactio
TAMU - INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY I - PROF. KEMP
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Cellular Metabolism
Exercise 6
Biology 111
Objectives
Explain what happens during glycolysis and fermentation
Design and conduct an experiment to test the requirements
of fermentation by yeast
Expl
Diffusion (across a plasma membrane)
Observation: the purpose of this experiment is to determine the
effectiveness of the dialysis tubing permeability to glucose, starch and
iodine. We know that iodin
Name: _ Date: _
A)
B)
C)
1. Anthony tried to manage his
finances as best he could, but
sometimes he was surprised to
see how casually his friends
treated money.
comma splice
fused sentence
correct
A)
Name: _ Date: _
Each of the following paragraphs contains a blank space where a topic sentence belongs. Read
each paragraph. Then, from the sentences that follow, choose the sentence that would be the
EXPLANATION OF CONFOUNDING vs. LURKING VARIABLES
a confounding variable is something which is changing at the same time (like
changing diet at a given time of year - is the response of arthritic pain
THINGS YOU NEED TO BE ABLE TO DO ON YOUR CH 18 QUIZ:
Confidence Intervals for Proportions
Check conditions correctly and in context
Construct the interval correctly, and know your z* for 90% and
95%
Name_
Date_
Period_
AP Statistics
CH 16 Classwork
The American Red Cross says that about 11% of the U.S. population has Type B blood. A blood
drive is being held at your school.
1. How many blood dono
Unit 1 (CH 1-5) Suggestions for studying:
Look over anything that has been graded and returned.
Go back and review your notes.
Keep in mind what sorts of displays can be used on categorical and
quan
ADDITIONAL STUDY SUGGESTIONS FOR FRIDAYS (4/8/16) TEST
Some things I will emphasize/add/things that I have noticed:
When dealing with two groups (proportions or means), be sure to determine/mention t
ChopTei" 1 EeeTion 2 - NoTes Nome WANT _
DoTe Due Period
Meosueiog $2 ConsTmeTing Segmenis (Boy 3
Vocabulary:
PosTuioTe or Axiom
a o rule ThoT is accepTed wiThouT proof
bisTonoe
e The obsoluTe voi
Chdpfer 1 Seciion 3 w Nefes
Date Due
Using Midpoin Formulas
Vdcabuidny:
Midpoinf
a The mini 1'th divides The segment info Two congruen'i' segmenfs
xi+x2 y1+y2 A
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ANGLES, ANGLES, ANGLES
Naming Angles
Measuring Angles
Classifying Angles
The Angle Addition Postulate
An angle is formed by two rays with a common
endpoint called a vertex.
CD and CE are the rays
that
ChopTer 1 SeoTion 1 ~ NoTes Name
DoTe Due MM Period
PoinTs, Lines 82 Planes
Vocabulary:
Unaefined Terms
a points, lines, and planes
0 do noT hove formal definiTions
PoinT A
. . . a
a has no dimensmn
Chaaier 1 SeeTion 5 ,_ Nafes Name
DaTe Due Period
Measuring a ensTruaTiag Angles
Vocabulary:
Angle :5
a a seT af poinTs cansisTing of Two differenT rays ThaT have _ are.
The same endpoinT, called
Adjacent,
Vertical,
Supplementary, and
Complementary Angles
Adjacent angles are side by side and
share a common ray.
45
15
These are examples of adjacent angles.
80
45
35
55
85
130
20
50
These angles
1.1 Key
Concepts
Undefined
Terms
Words that do not have
formal definitions but there
is an agreement about what
they mean.
Point
Line
Plane
Collinear Points
Coplanar Points
Defined Terms
Terms that ca
Chapfen 1 Section 6 m Noles Name WWWW wwwwwwwwwww
Dole Due Period
escniong Pairs of Angles (Day 1)
Complementary ana upolementooy Angles
Vocabulary:
Complementary Angles
a Two posii'ive angles who
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Apply the Distance/Midpoint
Vocabulary
Distance
Formula
The distance between any two
points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) is
Midpoint
The midpoint of a line segment is
the
RULER POSTULATES &
SEGMENT ADDITION
This stuff is
AWESOME!
POSTULATE
A STATEMENT ABOUT GEOMETRIC
FIGURES ACCEPTED AS TRUE
WITHOUT PROOF.
Ruler Postulate
The points on a line can be placed in a
one-t