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University ofTo~o~t9 at Scarborough
ECMC34 F - Economics of Health Care
Professor Michele Campolieti
Time: 1 hour, 15 minutes
Total Marks: 40
Answer all of the following questions in the examination booklet. Each
Economics of Health Care
Instructor Contact Information:
Name: Michele Campolieti
Office hours: Tuesday 10:00 to 10:30 and 1:30 to 2:30
Email: [email protected]
Class day/time: Tuesday 11:
Macroeconomic Policy Recommendations
President Barack Obamas second-term efforts to expand the scope of the administration
state, the government spending, and the regulation have been stymied to some
sand sized particles
clay sized particles
5. When you have clicked on the sediments in the
ocean the 2nd time, what is happening to the
6. When you have clicked on the rocks that are
dragged down un
Naturally occurring- not man
Inorganic-doesnt come from
Solid-particles are packed
pattern of minerals, similar to
15. How much of the earths
supply of fresh water is
presently found in glaciers?
16. What is the average
thickness of a glacier?
17. Name three things that can
cause the formation of a cave.
18. What is an esker?
19. What is a Lagoon?
20. What are the thr
2. Use your own words to describe the sequence of
processes that result in igneous rocks. Describe a
specific example of a sedimentary rock becoming an
3. Use your own words to describe the sequence of
processes that result in sedimentary ro
8. What is a plain?
9. What controls plant life on
10. How does a coast plain
differ from an inland plain?
11. What is a loess?
12. When and were loess
13. What is a cave?
14. What is a Glacier?
3. Harsh: Most minerals have rough
surface and harsh feel.
4. Cold: Cor A12O3.
5. Sticky feel to the tongue: Clay minerals
due to hygroscopic character adhere to the
VI. Characters Depending upon CRYSTAL
and AGGREGATES HABITS
Special terms are use
Rank these gases from worst absorber to the best
Step 1: Go to our website!
Regents Earth Science
Step 2: Click on
Step 3: Click on Online Activities
Find The Greenhouse Effect Simulation and click on it.
Step 5: Click on Run Now!
A series of 10 common minerals were
chosen by Austrian mineralogist F. Mohs in
1824 as a scale. It is a relative scale Mohs
scale of hardness.
Finger nail >2
Window glass 5
I. Characters Depending upon Cohesion and
Cohesion: The force of attraction existing
between molecules. It shows resistance to any
external influence that tends to separate them,
Pisolitic:rounded masses about peasized, Bauxite.
Olitic: same as pisolitic about fish roe
Banded: narrow band of different texture
and colour, Chromite.
Massive: compact minerals without form
or distinguishing faetures. Most minerals.
Mammillary: same as globular, but in
mammae shaped masses.
4. Aggregate composed of scales or lamellae:
Foliated: as thin plates and leaves.
Micaceous: same as foliated but splits
into exceedingly thin sheets
1. Minerals with non-metallic luster have
average SG between 2.6-3.0, (Qua=2.65,
2. Hydrated and soft minerals have
3. Hard minerals with heavy elements (Sr,
Ba, Fe, W, Cu, Ag, Pb, Hg) have SG>3 .5.
4. Minerals with met
3. Alkaline: Taste of soda NaCO3.
4. Cooling: Taste of Saltpeter or Niter
6. Sticky: Taste of clay minerals. Due to
hygroscopic character adhere to the tongue.
ODOUR: Most minerals have no odour.
Writing Your Lab Report
Step 1: Closely examine the attached rubric and all
of its parts.
Step 2: Create a title for your lab (you may want to
do this last!).
Step 3: Write the background information section of
your lab. Refer to the rubric and be sure to
(FIG. 2.1). So, being crystallized in
different Symmetry Systems they exhibit
different physical properties, this is called
polymorphism. These minerals are said to be
polymorphous. They may be Dimorphic,
Trimorphic or Polymorphic according to the
2. When you have clicked on the cloud, describe 3
types of erosion and products produced:
3. When you have clicked on the river, what is
happening to the sediments in the river?
4. When you have clicked on the sediments
Dendritic and arborescent: slender
divergent branches, plant-like. Native
Cu, Ag, Au, and Pyrl.
Reticulated: lattice-like slender crystals.
Divergent or radiated: Strontianite.
Drusy: A surface covered with a layer of
3. Parallel or radiat
st include a
lities of the
Landforms Scavenger Hunt
1. What is a landform?
2. What is a valley?
3. How is a valley formed?
4. What is a mountain?
5. How is a mountain formed?
6. Where are mountains
7. What is the difference
between a hill and a mountain?
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w from the
hat type of
ses are the
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One element Two elements of
of improper improper
N2 is removed from the atmosphere and
deposited at the Earth's surface mainly
by specialized nitrogen fixing bacteria,
and by way of lightning
through precipitation. The addition of
this nitrogen to the Earth's surface soils
and various water bodies supp
Planning Your Experiment
Step 1: Write a hypothesis that follows the hypothesis
guidelines in the attached rubric. Make sure that it is
specific and measurable and includes background
Step 2: Design an experimental that will directly
me and date
egins with a
pic of the
When light waves interacts with a mineral,
those s whose energies correspond exactly to
the energy difference between the electronic
levels of the atom, will be absorbed. This
results in electrons being excited from one
level to another. Thus, which is no