Memory Tricks!
MATH
Squaring a 2 digit # that ends in 5:
1) Look at first #, multiply it by 1 more than that.
2) Stick 25 to it.
Ex) 35^2
3*4=12
1225
Dividing any number by .25
1) Just multiply that number by 4 and that's the answer!
Ex) 9/.25
9*4=36
9/
Logarithmic Properties and special points
Trigonometric Properties and values (, for example)
Finding slope of a line
Equation of a line (Point-Slope Form)
The Unit Circle can be handy
Memorize what the following graphs look like:
Knowing these will help
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Pre Study
1. create a schedule-use phone
4. Pomodoro method (study hard for 25 mins and take 5 min break)
7. classical music
8. use flashcards
9. use acronyms
10. use highlighters and post it notes (write down Qs you have)
11. Repetition, write out th
1. Karyotypes allow you to compare these structures.
a. centromeres
b. chromosomes X
c. alleles
d. DNA sequence
2) While constructing a karyotype, the chromosomes are lined up in the following order.
a. smallest to largest
b. largest to smallest
c. th
Why is Carbon really good at making fairly large stable molecules?
Because it has 6 protons and 6 electrons and the 4 remaining valence electrons allow it to bond easily with other atoms.
Which are larger?
1. polymers (dehydration synthesis) X
2. monome
1)
What does ATP stand for? Adenosine Triphosphate
ATP is a form of what?
a) plant
b) energy X
c) protein
d) all of the above
2)
What are the three parts of an ATP molecule? Phosphates, Ribose sugar, Adenine
How many phosphates are in ADP?
a) 2 X
The cross section of the brain in the image shows what type of plane/cut? frontal
The SMALLEST level considered in human anatomy & physiology is ATOMS
The heart would be encased in which cavity? pericardial
Technical term for belly button: umbilical
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