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Mathematical and
Scientic Methods
Learning Goals
This activity reviews the mathematics that you may encounter in this course. This exercise will help
you with toois such as working with logarithms, the smaEl-angle formula, scientific
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Finding Distances to Stars
Using Parallax Measurements
Learning Goals
in this activityyou will determine a relationship between distance and apparent motion ofa nearby
object when viewed from two vantage points. You wiil apply this r
(r-x.
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Studying the Phases of the
Moon from a Privileged View
Learning Goals
Understanding the phases ofthe Moon requires visualizing the Earth-MoonSun system in three
dimensions. in this activity, you will develop this ability by lea
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Extraterrestrial Tourism
Learning Goals
in this activity, you will apply what you have learned about gravity to nd out more about the excit-
ing new discoveries of extrasolar planets (also called ex0pianets). The Kepler mission, whic
gm.
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Analyzing a Coronal Mass
Ejection from the Sun
Learning Goals
in this activity, you wiil take a close look at a coronal mass ejection (CME) from the Sun, calculate the
speed ofa clump of material, and determine how much notice scie
Average and Measure definitions
The term "Average"
Average could mean one of four things. The arithmetic mean, the median, midrange, or mode. For this
reason, it is better to specify which average you're talking about.
Mean
This is what people usually int
Hypothesis Test for
Example: A survey done by US Dept of Health and Human Services
(http:/www.collegenews.com/index.php?/article/thank_you_for_not_smoking_on_campus_36427/) found that
25.6% of college students smoke cigarettes. I think that BMCC students
Hypothesis Test for ( known)
Example:
Cheerios boxes are supposed to weigh 32 oz. There is some allowable variation (they do not have to split a
Cheerio to get it just right!) so there is a standard deviation of 0.11 oz. I believe that I am getting less t
Hypothesis Test for ( known): Prob-value approach
For the prob-value approach, we compare the probability in the tail associated with z* (the prob-value) to
instead of comparing Z* to Zcrit (the classical approach as used in the Cheerios example). There
ELECTION PROJECT FALL
2016
ongoing weekly journal of
on the election.
project will span seven weeks.
Students will submit FIVE journal
entries over the course the seven weeks. (One Page per
entry)
o Each entry MUST contain TWO developments that have
occur
Dimensions of Diversity
The Dimensions of Diversity wheel shows the complexity of the diversity filters through
which all of us process stimuli and information. That in turn leads to the assumptions that
we make (usually about the behaviors of other peopl
Grade 5, Unit 3 Week 1
Approaching
On Level
Beyond
minus
minus
relevant
loser
loser
separate
humor
humor
license
closet
closet
rehearse
camel
recent
recent
student
student
utensil
equal
equal
vinyl
hero
profile
profile
local
local
bayonets
comet
comet
com
Grade 3, Unit 1 Week 1
Approaching
On Level
Beyond
clap
clap
crop
step
step
snack
sick
sick
mess
rock
rock
head
mess
luck
shut
shut
crop
stamp
miss
snack
click
jump
mess
pond
pond
head
bathtub
bag
shut
anthill
fan
miss
clammy
fed
stamp
slump
yet
jump
tunn