Example. Gun Control
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Example: Interpreting Computer Regression Output
When Mentos are dropped into a newly opened bottle of Diet Coke, carbon dioxide is released from the
Diet Coke very rapidly, causing the Diet Coke to be expelled from the bottle. Will more Diet Coke be
(d) Carry out an appropriate test to answer Charlottes question. Follow all inference procedures.
Remember: PValue assumes a two-sided test.
We want to perform a test of H0: = 0 vs. H a : ,6 > 0 where ,6 is the true slope of the population regression
What four characteristics should you consider when interpreting a scatterplot?
1) Direction: overall tendency positive or negative
2) Outliers: outside the overall pattern (no specic rule)
3) Form: linear, non-linear, or no pattern
I f one point changes t
Example: Landline surveys
According to the 2000 census, of all U.S. residents aged 20 and older,
19.1% are in their 20s, 21.5% are in their 30s, 21.1% are in their 40s,
15.5% are in their 50s, and 22.8% are 60 and older.
The table at right shows the age d
AP Bio Period 6
CRE - Chi Square
In this experiment, Haribo gummy bears were observed to analyze Haribos claim color
distribution claim. To do so, an 8-oz bag of Haribo Gold Bears was purchased at Target and
AP Biology Period 6
CRE - Drosophila Genetics
This lab was performed to confirm the genotypes of the fruit flies which were the parents
of the F1 Drosophila that were ordered. The F1 fruit flies all showed the
For this experiment you will use a shorter format for a lab report. You need to write a good
explanation of what you observed in the second part of the lab using the claim-evidencereasoning format.
CLAIM in your first section desc
Four Main Elements (96% living things)
C carbon organic mcs (carbs, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids)
H hydrogen organic mcs & H2O
O oxygen organic mcs & H2O
N nitrogen proteins, DNA, nucleic acids
-Next 4 (4% living things)
P phosphorus DNA/RNA,
Biology Juice Lab
The hypothesis for this lab was if a person did not like unsweetened
grapefruit juice then they could taste thiourea. This is due to the fact that 50
people did not like the grapefruit juice and 71 people could
process in which a single cell or set of cells produces offspring that inherit all their
genetic material from one parent
process in which genetic material from two parents combines and produces
1. I first hypothesized that the spoon mouth beak would survive and reproduced more. I thought
this since the spoon could easily pick a huge amount of the beans, and quickly drop it into the
nest without dropping any bea
It is more accurate to to call mitosis nuclear replication since the cell is also creating
an identical replica of its DNA from the nucleus.
Onion root tips are selected since they are actively dividing.
Carbs & Lipids Worksheet
1. Identify whether each molecule is a carbohydrate or a lipid.
2. Identify the carbohydrates as starch, cellulose, chitin, glycogen, monosaccharide or disaccharide.
3. Identify each lipid as
Molecular Biology Study Guide
Period 5 Date _
Chapter 16 pages 293-207
Chapter 17 pages 309-333
1. Summarize the experiments performed by the following scientists that provided evidence
that DNA is
Major component of
does not contain
Cell membranes, Cholesterol, Dehydration synthesis,
Double bonds, Energy storage, Fats, Fatty acid
Genetics Study Guide
Name _ _
Period _ Date _
Chapter 14 (p251 273)
Chapter 15 (p274 292)
Explain how Mendels observations disproved the blending theory of inheritance.
Define the following terms: true-breedin
PERIOD 1 DATE: _
Ecology Study Guide
DIRECTIONS: Use the relevant reading to answer the objective questions.
Campbell Biology 7th Ed.
Unit 1 Ecology (pages 1078-1231)
Cells, Cells, Cells
Part I: Cell Matching match the name of the organelle with its description. Organelles will be used
once, more than once or not at all.
_ 1. synthesizes lipids
_ 2. adds carbohydrates to proteins to make glycoproteins; also wher
AP Biology Final Study Guide
1. Multiple Choice 60 questions 1 pt each
2. Case Study description of a patient and symptoms with 10 open-ended questions 5
3. Crossword 40 clues 1 pt each
4. System Diagram 9 labels and 3 open-ended question
Name: _ Period: _ Date: _
Unit 7: DNA HW & Activity Packet
The Hunt for Genes Read pages 226-228
Who is considered the father of genetics?
Who discovered the process of transformation?
What type of macromolecule contains the genetic material?
Name: _ Period: _ Date: _
Unit 6: Cell Division HW Packet
I. Mitosis Read pages 180-188
Why are cells small?
Are the following examples of sexual or asexual reproduction:
Sperm from one organism fertilizing an egg from
A yeast cell
Name: _ Period: _ Date: _
Unit 5: Cell HW Packet
I. Microscopes Read pages 110-111
Why was the invention of the microscope so important to science?
Who first coined the term cells?
What are the three basic ideas of the cell theory?