MLAW 100: Justice and the Law
Fall 2016
Lectures: Tu, Th 11-11:50 in CCC 1205
Discussion Sections:
101
Fridays 9-9:50 in CCC 1200
102
Fridays 10-10:50 in CCC 1200
103
Fridays 11-11:50 in CCC 1200
104
Fridays 12-12:50 in CCC 1200
Instructor: Karol Sotan
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DATE
LEC#
TOPIC
Monday, Aug. 28
1st Week
Lecture 1
Introduction and Chromosomes and Cell Cycle,
Discussion 1
Cell Division: Mitosis and Meiosis Homework Ch. 2 given
Lecture 2
Cell Division: Mitosis and Meiosis continued
Start Mendelian Genetics Homework C
PH 161 Discussion Newtons Laws + FBD Units 4 and 5
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Exit Ramp
On a trip to the Colorado Rockies, you notice that when the freeway goes steeply
down a hill, there are emergency exits every few miles. These emergency exits
are straight ramps which leave th
PH 161 Discussion Relative & Circular Motion Unit 3
Plane rides
Airplanes y immersed in air. Therefore, their motion (as determined by the
power of their engines, the shape of their wings, etc.) is entirely relative to
the air around them (youve probably
PH 161 Discussion 1&2-D Kinematics Units 1 and 2
Escape from Burning Building
Your friend, a world-class long jumper, is trapped on the roof of a burning
building. His only escape route is to jump to the roof of the next building.
Fortunately for him, he
PH 161 Discussion
Friction, Work and Energy
Concepts this Week
Relevant Lectures for Discussion Session:
Lecture 5: Forces and Free body Diagrams (FBDs)
1. The Free Body Diagram
2. Force Inventory
Lecture 6: Friction
1. Kinetic Friction
2. Static Friction
PH 161 Discussion
1&2-D Kinematics
Units 1 and 2
Bonnie and Clyde
In your new job, you are the technical advisor for the writers of a gangster
movie about Bonnie and Clyde. In one scene Bonnie and Clyde try to flee from
one state to another. If they get a
1. A stunt driver attempts to jump over 5 trucks, placed end-to-end covering a distance of 30
meters. The jump starts at a the end of a ramp with a height of 3 meters and angled 30
relative to the ground. It ends at an identical, opposite ramp.
a. What is
PH161 Summer I 2014 Prof. Zwi
Quiz 3 practice (with solutions)
1. A 100 kg, 2 m long wooden plank sits on an area of flat, wet ice; the friction between the wood and the ice
is practically zero. A 100 kg man stands at one end of the plank. The man starts
Rotational Kinematics
Parallel Axis Theorem & Torques Units 14 and 15
PH 161
Ceiling Fan
A ceiling fan consists of a small cylindrical disk with 5 thin rods coming from the
center. The disk has mass md = 2.6 kg and radius R = 0.25 m. The rods each have
Center of Mass and
PH 161 Discussion Momentum Conservation Units 10-11
Romeo and Juliet
Romeo, who is sitting in the rear of their boat in still Water, entertains Juliet by
playing his guitar. After the serenade, Juliet, who was sitting in the front of
Physics 161 Summer I 2014 Prof. Zwi
Quiz #2 6/12/2013
1. A geostationary satellite is a satellite that appears not move at all when seen from someone looking up from
the surface of the Earth (if you have satellite TV, your dish antenna is constantly point
Physics 161 Summer I 2014 Prof. Zwi
Quiz #4 6/26/2013
Grade: _ / 150
Student: _
1. Consider a disk-shaped pendulum as in the figure below: a disk of radius R = 0.45 m and mass M = 0.10 kg, swinging
about a pivot point on its edge. The disk is held at rest
Physics 161 Summer I 2014 Prof. Zwi Quiz #3 6/19/2013
1. Two kids, each with a mass MK=30.0 kg, sit at opposite ends of a oating boat of length L=4.00 In and
mass M 13:40.0 kg. The girl, at the left end of the boat, is holding a ball of mass m=l .00 kg. S
Physics 161 Summer I 2014 Prof. Zwi Quiz #1 - 61512013
1. A child in an apartment building lets a toy drop off to the ground from a 7 floor window. 10
seconds later, the child throws another toy/horizontally out of the same window. If the rst toy
hits the
Physics Exam 1 Review Sheet
Chapter 2
Average velocity = displacement
Time
Average speed = total distance travelled
Time
If an object is slowing down, then the acceleration and velocity vectors have opposite directions
At the highest point an object is th
Differential Equations formula sheet
1. Linear equations
a. p(t) (dy/ dt) + q(t)y = r(t) Linear first-order ODE for a single function y(t)
b. dy/dt + a(t)y = f(t), where a(t) = q(t)/ p(t) , f(t) = r(t) /p(t) linear normal form
dy/dt + a(t)y = 0 . General
Fallacies Home Work
1. Read the article Hollywoods War on Gender located at
http:/politichicks.com/2015/04/hollywoods-war-on-gender
2. Identify as many fallacies as you can find and
3. Complete the table use a printout and handwrite OR recreate this table