Running head: THE PROPERTIES OF ENZYMES
The Properties of Enzymes
Matthew Wan Wai Ban
B1500601
HELP University
1
THE PROPERTIES OF ENZYMES
2
Objectives
1) To study the effects of concentration of rennin on the rate of reaction
2) To study how different te

FDENG001 Intermediate English
The Comparison-Contrast Essay
Comparison/Contrast Essays
In a comparison/contrast essay, you explain the similarities and differences between
two or more items. Comparison and contrast is a very common method in most academic

FDBIO002 - Lab
1
LAB 3
PROPERTIES OF ENZYME
Purpose: To investigate the effects of enzyme concentration and temperature on enzyme activity.
Background: Enzymes are a type of protein that catalyzes various cellular reactions. They
accelerate reactions. The

HELP Matriculation Centre / Foundation in Science/Arts
FDCAL001 Calculus 2016
TUTORIAL 4 (ii) : APPLICATION OF DIFFERENTIATION
1. Find the interval(s) where each function is increasing and the interval(s) where it is
decreasing.
a)
f ( x )=3 x +5
2
b)
f (

FDENG001 Intermediate English
Cause and Effect Writing
Cause and Effect Writing
A common method of organizing an essay is by cause and effect. In a cause and effect
essay, you discuss the reasons or causes for something, and then you discuss the results.

Additional Calculus Problems (Integration and Applications)
1. Evaluate the following integrals:
1+ x
(a)
1 x dx
(d)
e
1
dt
1
2t
2 +t2
(g)
dt
(1 t ) 2
(b)
1
x x +1
(c) (e t +
dx
(e) sin (1 + cos )d
(h)
(cos + sin )
2
(f)
d
4t
2
2 2
) dt
et
12
dt
+ 8t

CHAPTER 8 DIFFERENTIATION
Focus on Exam 8
1 (a) Let y = (x2 + 3)e-2x
dy
= (x2 + 3)(-2e-2x) + e-2x(2x)
dx
= 2e-2x(-x2 - 3 + x)
(b) Let u = x and y = sin3 x
1
= x 2
y = sin3 u
dy
du 1 - 12
= x
= 3sin2 u(-cos u)
dx 2
du
1
=
= -3si

CHAPTER 9 INTEGRATION
Focus on Exam 9
x dx =
1 3 + sin
cos2 x
cos
3
2
x
+ sin2 x dx
cos x
= [3 sec2 x + (cos x)2 sin x] dx
= [3 sec2 x - (cos x)2 (-sin x)] dx
(cos x)1
= 3 tan x +c
1
= 3 tan x + 1 + c
cos x
2 sin2 x cos2 x dx = (sin x cos x)

This tutorial will help you identify examples of the types
of fallacies discussed in Chapter 5.
Chapter 5 discusses fallacies of relevance. These are
fallacies that occur when the premises provide no
relevant support for the truth of the conclusion.
In th

FDBIO002
1
WEEK 5:
CELLULAR RESPIRATION
1. What is misleading about the following statement? Plants have chloroplast that performs
photosynthesis, whereas animals have mitochondria that perform cellular respiration.
2. Which stages of cellular respiration

FDBIO002 - Lab
1
LAB 5
FACTORS AFFECTING AEROBIC RESPIRATION
Purpose: To identify the factors affecting the rate of aerobic respiration.
Background: Cellular respiration is actually the reversal of photosynthesis. Where
photosynthesis uses carbon dioxide

MOTION IN TWO
DIMENSIONS
Will study the vector nature of
position, velocity and
acceleration in greater detail
Will treat projectile motion and
uniform circular motion as special
cases
Discuss relative motion
KINEMATICS IN TWO
DIMENSIONS
POSITION AND DISP

MOTION IN ONE
DIMENSION
MOTION IN ONE DIMENSION
Describes motion while ignoring the
external agents that might have
caused or modified the motion
For now, will consider motion in one
dimension
Along a straight line
Motion represents a continual change
in

FORCES
A force is commonly imagined as a push or a pull on some object, perhaps rapidly, as when
we hit a tennis ball with a racket. (See Fig. 4.1.) We can hit the ball at different speeds and
direct it into different parts of the opponents court. This me

HELP Matriculation Centre / Foundation in Science/Arts
FDCAL001 Calculus 2016
TUTORIAL 5: INTEGRATION
1. Find the indefinite integral.
vi.
x2 2 x +3
x dx
vii.
( 2 x1 ) (x+ 3)2 dx
viii.
( 3 sin x4 cos x ) dx
i.
( x +2 ) dx
ii.
( 32 x + x
iii.
3
x + x

Organizing An Essay
Often student writers are taught short-term solutions to the problem of organizing an
essay. The most common short-term essay is the "five-paragraph essay" format. The
five-paragraph essay uses the following organization:
1. Introducti

ORAL PRESENTATION GUIDELINES
INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH
1. When
The oral presentation assessment is scheduled in week 11 of the semester.
2. Duration
Students are required to give a 5-minute speech.
3. Type of speech
Students are required to describe an academi

Answers to lab report for enzyme activity
Graphs: All graphs were done in class on Friday. Please get information if you were
absent. You will be expected to explain the processes going on that generated each
graph.
Data: Due to an overwhelming number of

Process of communication
Introduction
Communication is the art of transmitting information, ideas and attitudes from one person to
another. Communication is the process of meaningful interaction among human beings.
Body
1. Components of communication proc

ENERGY & METABOLISM
WEEK 3 - Chapter 5
2
Learning outcomes
To describe the structure, synthesis and degradation of
ATP
State and define active and passive membrane transport
systems
Define and describe how enzymes work
Describe the factors that affect

FDENG001 Intermediate English
Oral Presentation Marking Rubric
1
Name: Lim Kai Sin
Student ID: b1600698
Title of Presentation: Process of Communication
10
Organization
Extremely well-organized
Introduces purpose of
presentation clearly and
creatively
I

Among the problems that worry modern humanity the most, pollution is one of the
most worrisome. Through the recent decades, people especially in western countries such as
the U.S., Canada, and in European countries have become more conscious about ecology

CELL STRUCTURE & FUNCTION
WEEK 2 - Chapter 4
Learning outcomes:
To describe the structure of plasma membrane, nucleus
and cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells
To identify and state the functions of organelles, cell
junctions and the cytoskeleton
To identify p

FDBIO002
WEEK 2:
CELL STRUCTURE
1. The plasma membrane is described as a fluid mosaic model. What does this mean?
2. What is the difference between a lipid bilayer and a double membrane?
3. What is the chemical composition of the nonpolar tail of a lipid?

Through the generations, children have always been the world's most valuable
resource and its best hope for the future. They play an important part in contributing to
society, though through different ways. There are very distinct differences in the way t

HELP Matriculation Centre / Foundation in Science/Arts
FDCAL001 Calculus 2016
TUTORIAL 6: APPLICATION OF INTEGRATION
1.
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
Find the average value of the function f over the indicated interval [a, b].
f x 2 x 3 ; [0,2]
f x x 2 2 x 3 ; [ 1,

Effects of technology on children
Todays families are different. Decades ago, children used to play outside all day,
riding bikes and playing sports. Their sensory world was nature based and simple, didnt
require any costly equipment. However, many invent

Comparison and Contrast Essay examples
Read the articles and analyse each paragraph.
1. What are the major point(s) in the paragraphs?
2. List the similarities and differences.
3. Identify the comparison and contrast signal words.
Vacationing in the City

FDBIO002
1
WEEK 3:
METABOLISM
1. Describe the energy transformations that occur when you climb to the top of a stairway.
2. _ is the capacity to perform work, while _ is a
measure of randomness.
3. Why does removing a phosphate group from the triphosphate

FDBIO002
1
WEEK 4:
PHOTOSYNTHESIS
1. Plant leaves contain pores called _ that allow the plant to release
_ and take in _. In hot dry weather, these pored are closed to
prevent _. Photosynthesis occurs I organelles called _
that are concentrated within the

Circle
Cone
Sphere
PerimeTer 6: d or 5: 27" m We will need To aalculaTe The surface
Surface I'll-PEG area of The cone and The base.
Aliza A : 4; r1 2 Area of The cone is rs
Area of The base is TErz
Therefore The
Formula is: 5". : Itrs+zrrr2
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