Chapter 3: Probability
Chapter 3: Probability
We see probabilities almost every day in our real lives. Most times you pick up the
newspaper or read the news on the internet, you encounter probability. There is a 65%
chance of rain today, or a pre-electi
Chapter 10: Other Planetary Systems: The New
Science of Distant Worlds
10.1: Detecting Planets Around Other Stars
We know that other stars are distant suns, which helps us predict that
they are orbited by their own planets, which are known as
My Literacy Journey
From the time you learn to read and write, to when you enter high school, you are
introduced to multiple different types of literacies. These could be educational literacies, such as
Chapter 11: Our Star
11.2: Nuclear Fusion in the sun
Sun shines because energy created by nuclear fusion, and fusion occurs
under extreme temperatures and densities found deep in the Suns core.
Nuclear reactions that generate energy in the sun are diffe
A (Relatively)Recent History of the AP Language and Composition Prompts
To provide participants with a list of AP Language and Composition prompts from 2001 to the
To discern patterns in the prompts
To obtain an overview of what is expe
5.2: Learning from Light
There are three basic types of spectra: continuous, emission line,
and absorption line.
o Spectrum of a traditional or incandescent light bulb is a
rainbow of color, because the rainbow spans a broad range
o of wavelengths w
5.3: Collecting Light with Telescopes
Telescopes collect more light than our eyes can. By combining this light
collecting capacity with cameras and other instruments, such as
spectrographs that disperse light into spectra, we can record and analyze
Chapter 5: Light- The Cosmic Messenger
5.1: Basic Properties of Light and Matter
The suns spectrum: the colors of sunlight are spread out in
horizontal rows from the upper left to the lower right.
The features in an objects spectrum are crea
4.4- The Force of Gravity
Newton expressed the force of gravity mathematically with the Universal
Law of Gravitation. Summarized by 3 statements:
o Every mass attracts every other mass through the force called gravity
o Strength of gravitational forc
4.3: Conservation Laws in Astronomy
Law of conservation of momentum tells us that the total momentum of all
interacting objects always stays the same.
Conversation of angular momentum: an objects angular momentum
cannot change unless it transfers an
4.2 Newtons Laws of Motion
Newton showed that the same physical laws that operate on Earth also
operate in the heavens.
Astrophysics: applies physical laws discovered on Earth to phenomena
throughout the cosmos.
Newton quantified the laws of mot
Astronomy Chapter 4: Making Sense of the Universe- Understanding Motion,
Energy, and Gravity
4.1- Describing Motion: Examples from Daily Life
Three basic terms used to describe motion:
Speed: how far something will go in a certain amount of time.
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Sickle cell disease: old discoveries,
new concepts, and future promise
Paul S. Frenette and George F. Atweh
Division of Hematology/Oncology, Mount Si
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CLINICAL TRIALS AND OBSERVATIONS
Lactate dehydrogenase as a biomarker of hemolysis-associated nitric oxide
resistance, priapism, leg ulceration, pulmonary hypertension, and death
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Survival of children with sickle cell disease
Charles T. Quinn
Poor school and
with silent cerebral
infarcts and sickle
Article abstractThe authors evaluated education attainment and neuropsychological deficits in children with sickle cell disease (SCD) and silent
Induced pluripotent stem cells offer new approach to
therapy in thalassemia and sickle cell anemia and
option in prenatal diagnosis in genetic diseases
Lin Yea, Judy C. Changa, Chin Lina, Xiaofang Sunb, Jingwei Yuc, and Yuet Wai Kana,c,d,1
Harbin Clinic Pediatrics Cartersville
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Grilling is a lifestyle shared with friends and families
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At Weber Grill Restaur
The Exploratory Decision Map five factors to consider in judging the exploratory decision making process (Doucet & Mauthner, 2002)
Our starting point is the TASK IN HAND: a clear statement of the problem we face, the
ASTRONOMY Review for 1st Exam
age, and how we determine it
the core, seismic vibrations, density
determination of a planets mass
basic chemical makeup
plate tectonics, including convection, ocean formation, mountain building
erosion, role of wa
Unless the moon is on the Earths ecliptic plane, there is no Eclipse
Seasons are caused by the tilt of the Earths axis, not the distance from the Sun.
The Earth is tilted toward the Sun in the summer (Top of the Earth is more exposed)
The Earth i