Part A: Atomic Structure
1. Draw five protons in the nucleus of the atom. Label them with their charge.
2. Draw six neutrons in the nucleus of the atom.
3. Draw two electrons in the first energy level and label them with their charge.
Water Displacement Lab
Name: _ Period: _
Purpose: Today you will learn to determine the volume of irregular-shaped objects. We will
use a procedure called water displacement.
bottle or beaker of water
collection of irregul
Tidal Volume and Vital Capacity
1. Tidal Volume the volume of air that one normally inhales and exhales.
2. Vital Capacity the maximum volume of air that one can inhale and exhale in a single
breath. Vital Capacity is affected by:
Scientific Survival Skills Unit Pretest
Do not write on this page Mark only your answer sheet
1. What skill is a scientist using when she listens to the sounds that whales makes?
a. Making a hypothesis
b. Drawing conclusions
c. Making observations
Name: _ Group: _ Date: _ Period: _
M & M Math Lab
A LESSON FOR PREDICTING, CLASSIFYING, GRAPHING AND PERCENTAGES
Formation of Groups
Students will count off by fours or fives to form groups.
Once in a group each student will be assigned a role and receive
Genetics Unit PretestDo Not Write on This Use your Answer Sheet
Multiple Choice - Choose the best and most complete answer.
A human with the genotype XX is
A. an example of the failure of chromosomes to separate during meiosis.
B. a female.
C. a male.
Homeostasis of the Eye
Objective: To observe how the eye maintains homeostasis with changing light input.
Question: How does light affect the pupil in the eye?
Observe the subjects eye. Record the