Biology First Semester Final Study Guide
Created by Dhaumya Shah, Raj Tawde, Neil Doshi, Meet Patel, and Shiv Patel
Chapter 1: The Science of Biology
Characteristics of Living ThingsThe Scientific Method Ask a Question
Do Background Research
Construct a
MATH 311OL2
MIDTERM EXAM
NAME_
1. Find the x- and y-intercepts of the line 3x 5 y 12
A) (0 , -4), (12/5, 0)
B) (-4 , 0), (0, 12/5)
C) (0 , -4), (5/12, 0)
D) (-4, 0), (0, 5/12)
2. Find the slope and y-intercept for the graph of 5x 4 y 8
A) m= 5/4, (0, 10)
NAME: Meet Patel
Class Period:
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Carbon Transfer through Snails and Elodea
Hypothesis: If a certain number of Elodea is put in the aquarium, then the CO 2 levels will be high in the
tank because of the oxygen transfer between the snails and the plant.
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CH 1.5 Sample problems and solutions
Problems and solutions
1. For the given points below find the best fitting ( the least squares ) line
x
y
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4
5
6
8
5
6
8
7
10
y
12
10
8
y
6
4
2
0
1
2
x
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4
5
y
2
4
5
6
8
25
xy
5
6
8
7
10
36
m=
(5*196-25*36)/(5*145-25^
Linear Programming Problems using 3 or More Variables (Using Solver)
1.
Maximize: 3A 2B C
3A 2B C 10
A 2B 3C 12
Subject to:
2 A B C 6
A 0, B 0, C 0
2.
A Toy Store: A toy store has shelf space to hold at most 60 baby dolls of three
different types. Sleepin
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Ms. Bevels
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12 Dec 2011
All Quiet in the Library
In 1929, All Quiet on the Western Front was published by Erich Remarque. A popular but
controversial novel, All Quiet on the Western Front became an instant classic and received prai
Meet Patel
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Bio-Diesel Lab
Problem/Purpose: What is an eco-friendly fuel to run a bus other than regular diesel?
Background Information:
First, lay out all the materials out on a table that is. Next, heat the oil from the buckets slight
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Objective
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Experience
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CHAPTER 2:
Atom: Smallest basic unit of matter.
Consist of: Electrons, Protons, and Neutrons
An element one particular type of atom and it cannot be broken down into a simpler substance by
ordinary chemical means.
Can refer to the same group of atoms
Nitr
Citations
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. "Could new drug cure nearly any viral
infection? Technology shows promise against common cold, influenza and other ailments,
researchers say." ScienceDaily, 26 Aug. 2011. Web. 28 Aug. 2011.
City of Johns Creek:
1. By 1820, the community of Sheltonville (now known as Shakerag) was a ferry crossing
site with the McGinnis Ferry and Rogers Ferry carrying people and livestock across the
river for a small fee. Further south on the river, the Nesbi
Colin Luther Powell
1. Birth name of individual
Colin Luther Powell is his birth name.
2. Nickname or other name, aliases etc.
He goes by Colin.
3. Year born
He was born on April 5, 1937.
4. Place of Birth
New York City, New York was his place of birth.
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CH 1.1 Sample problems and solutions
Problems and solutions
1. Check if point (3,2) solves equation 2x+3y=12
Or whether the given point (3,2) is on the graph of the equation
2*3+3*2=12
6+6=12
12=12
L=R
1
yes, (3,2) solves the equation
2. Write 6x + 2y=10
CH 3.1 Sample problems and solutions
Problems and solutions
1. Determine if the point (3,4) is in the feasible region for the given constraints.
constraints
ANS:
2x + 5y <= 30
2*3+5*4=26<=30 TRUE
3x - 2y >= 1
3*3-2*4=1>=1 TRUE
7x + 3y <= 40
7*3+3*4=33<=40
MATH 311
UNIT 11: Math of Finance
Part 2 of TwoPart Reading
Practice Problems
Section Readin
3.3 STOP after Example 3 7-13 (odd); 27-39 (odd); 40-43; 45
3.4 ALL 713 (odd); 27-41 (odd); 4561 (odd)
Future Value of on Annuity
_ ' Sinking Funds
I Approxim
Paige Ottomano
Homework
Exercise 2.3
Variable
N(t)
Example 1
N(0)
K
12,700,000
Example 2
N(t)
N(o)
k
5,000,000 3,200,000
t
Solve for
N(t)=
96 40189348.32
t
Solve for
t=
24.79
0.012
0.018
N(t)
N(0)
k
20,000,000 8,100,000
t
Example 3
Solve for
k=
66
0.014
t
Paige Ottomano
Homework
Section 3.1
Simple Interest
#1
Solve for A
P
#2
Solve for A
P
#3
Solve for r
P
#4
Solve for t
P
#5
Solve for P
P
#6
Solve for A
P
#7
Solve for A
P
#8
Solve for A
P
#9
Solve for r
P
r
$1,000.00
t
4.75%
r
$2,500.00
t
3.85%
r
$3,000.0
Exercise 1.5
For each of the situations given in problems 1 through 8 provide the
following:
Please provide the following:
a. Definition or meaning of x, including the units of x.
b. Definition or meaning of y, including the units of y
c. The equation in
F
R
$44,174.01
P
300
R
$223,848.38
i
n
0.003333
i
n
1,250 0.00445833
120
360
Paige Ottomano
Homework
Section 3.3
1F
R
$109,529.27
2F
i
350
R
$375,446.05
3F
0.40%
i
225
R
$100,000.00
n
204
n
0.45%
i
$275.42
480
n
0.33%
240
4
Scenario 1
F
R
$250,773.27
Scen
Project 1
YOUR NAME
This project is given on page 50 in the textbook.
Read the introduction to the problem that explains the situation and the nature of the numbers.
The number of cameras q in thousand that can be sold at a unit price p given in the table
Project 1
YOUR NAME_Xiao Hong Tseng
This project is given on page 50 in the textbook.
Read the introduction to the problem that explains the situation and the nature of the numbers.
The number of cameras q in thousand that can be sold at a unit price p gi
Sample Problems on Use of Excel
1. For the given data calculate the mean and total.
3
4
5
2
3
4
5
2
2. Fill each cel of the table with the number 2314564 .
2314564
3. Calculate in the table according to the pattern given in header of the labels.
X
5
4
2
6
CH 1.4 Sample problems and solutions
Problems and solutions
Explanations
1.Find the slope in the given lines
Write the given equation in standard for
number m is slope number b is y-interce
y = -1/3x +6
m=-1/3
y = 40+ 5x
m=5
y=4
m=0
when no x in equation
Math Final Exam Formula Sheet
Simple Interest:
Total Interest (I) = P*r*t
OR = F - P
Interest Rate (r) = I /(P*t)
Future Value (F) = P*(1+r*t)
Present Value =F/(1+r*t)
Term/ Time of Loan (t) = I/(P*r)
Compound Interest:
m = the number of interest period