public class CompoundingInterest
private double TotalAmount;
private double Principal;
private double RateofInterest;
private int NumberofTimesInterestIsCompoundedPerYear;
private int Time;
LAB _. POPULATION GENETICS
1. Explain what is meant by a population being in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium.
2. List and briefly explain the 5 conditions that need to be met to maintain a population in
LABORATORY SAFETY AGREEMENT
I, _ ,(students name), am taking the following science class/es
this year _, _, have read and agree to follow all of the
safety rules set forth in this contract. I realize that I must obey these rules to ensure my own
In type 1 diabetes, the immune system
mistakenly makes antibodies and
inflammatory cells that are harmful to
patients' own body. In persons with type 1
diabetes, the beta cells of the
pancreas(which produce insulin)are
attacked by the immu
Study Guide Animal Behavior Chapter 51
TYPING ALLOWED IN TABLES AND GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS
Crash Course # 25 https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyyDq19Mi3A
Watch this first!
Bozeman video https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hREwakXmAo
Name:_Ecology Study Guide 3: Community Ecology
Concept 54.1: Community Interactions
1. Define Community. Give an example of a community in your home or backyard.
2. The structure and composition biological communities may be influenced by several f
Ecology Study Guide 2 Population Ecology
Concept 53.1: Basics of Population Dynamics
1. Define Population. Use an example to clarify your response.
2. Population ecologists study the
a) Structure of populations which include their size, den
Ecology Study Guide 1 Climate
1. Define Ecology
2. Study Figure 52.2. It shows the different levels of the biological hierarchy studied by ecologists. Notice also
the different types of questions that might be studied by an ecologist at each level of stud
Ecology Study Guide 4: Ecosystems
https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6ubvEJ3KGM - Introduction by Hank Green
1. Define ecosystem using an example.
2. The main ideas that you will focus on this chapter are:
How the abiotic and bi
Examples (must be described adequately)
One example of a direct observation is natural
selection in response to introduced plant species. A
question that intrigued scientists was
1. What is the key question the author is addressing?
They key question the author is addressing is how many solutions there are to a Sudoku
puzzle, there are many but what is the e
Part A : Omnipresence of Bacteria
Purpose: Swab sites around the school to demonstrate bacterial
growth or contamination; record observations for two days.