Due date: Saturday - October 3rd, 2015 at 11:59 PM.
Q1.What do you understand by complier error and run time error? Explain by example.
Note: Do not use the book example.
Q2. What is wrong with the following variable declarations?
1. A solution that contains a greater number of hydrogen ions (H+) than
hydroxide ions (OH) is _ .
2. A peptide bond is formed
A. after atoms lose one or more electrons
B. due to the attraction between t
1. One characteristic of living things is responsiveness. This term is defined as
A. an increase in the number and/or size of cells.
B. an intentional change in an organisms position.
C. the ability to react to a stimulus.
D. the changing of abs
resides in memory - runs in the background - and control the . 1
execution - programs and direct operation of the hardware
stored data - organized fields records files .2
or secondary , primary through a variety 3.
interface Animal cfw_
public void eat();
public void travel();
public class MammalInt implements Animalcfw_
public void eat()cfw_
public void travel()cfw_
1. Which of the following answers includes the four main categories of tissues?
A. blood, connective, muscle, nervous
B. connective, epithelial, muscle, nervous
C. epithelial, reproductive, adipose, nervous
D. lymphatic, osseous, muscle, nervous
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1. As cells are pushed from the deeper portion of the epidermis toward the
A. their supply of nutrients increases.
1. Hemopoiesis occurs in
A. yellow marrow.
B. red marrow.
D. the osteogenic layer.
2. In osseous tissue, blood vessels and nerves are found in the
B. haversian canals
3. When there is too
1. The following represents a sequence of nucleotides comprising a strand of
Which of the following represents the messenger RNA nucleotide sequence
that would be transcribed from the DNA sequence?
A. A T T C G C T A G C G T
State whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F)
Q 1. The term 'Population' in statistics means the complete collection of all individuals to be
included. (T / F)
Interpretation of t
2.1 Introduction to Chemistry
The science of the structure and interactions of matter which is anything that occupies
space and has mass
The amount of matter in any living organism or nonliving thing
:Basics of Probability
Events and Sample Space
any collection of results or outcomes of a procedure
an outcome or an event that cannot be further broken down into simpler
for a procedure con
Computer Programming I
CS 140 Week 7 - Loops
6.1 The While Loop
a loop executes instructions repeatedly
while a condition is true.
When you declare a variable inside the loop
Computer Programming I
CS 140 Week 6 - Inheritance
9.1 Inheritance Hierarchies
Inheritance is a relationship between a more general class
(called the superclass) and a more spe
Constitute of integumentary system:
Other structures such as nails
The principal parts of the skin:
1. Epidermal cells (outer): include keratinocytes, melanocytes, Langerhans cells,
and Merkel cells. The epider
1. The type of movement associated with a planar joint is
B. many types, but no rotation.
C. rotation around a central axis.
D. side to side and back and forth movement.
are fluid-filled sacs that help cushion certain jo
Lets look at a more practical example that will help illustrate the power of inheritance. Here, the
final version of theBoxclass developed in the preceding chapter will be extended to include a
fourth component calledweight
Chapter 3 IT101
All computers are systems of Input, Processing, Storage, Output, and Control Components
II.A Brief History of Computer Hardware
Without computers many technological achievements would not have been possible:
Counting with f
Chapter 6 _ IT101
I.Networking the Organization
Merging computing and communications yields computer networks which are more than
the sum of their parts.
II. The Concept of a Network
The Concept of a Network an interconnected/interrelated system
Chapter 1 IT101
The Real World of Information Systems
Information Systems are an essential field in the study of business administration
IS and IT and Internet technologies play vital roles in business and improve the
effectiveness and e
Chapter 5 IT101
I.Database Management System
Data resources must be structured and organized in some logical manner so they
can be accessed, processed, retrieved, and managed easily.
II. Fundamental Data Concepts
Character the most basic logical data el
Chapter 2 IT101
Technology is now the actual cause and driver of business strategies
Technology is no longer an afterthought in forming business strategies
II. Competitive Strategy Concepts
1. Strategic Information Architecture the coll
Chapter 7 IT101
e-business is much broader than e-commerce, using the Internet for any type of
II. Cross-Functional Enterprise Applications
Reengineer/improve business activities by crossing boundaries of trad
Chapter 10- IT 101
Supporting Decision Making
An organization is a nexus of decisions with information needs supplied by an
Information, Decisions, and Management the type of information required by
Chapter 8 IT101
Getting All the Geese Lined Up: Managing at the Enterprise Business Level
Customer Relationship Management, Enterprise Resource Planning, and Supply
Chain Management all share the same Goal: to get the organization to line up and
Chapter 4 - IT101
Introduction to Software
software is programs instructions that tell the computer and
associated peripherals what to do
Types of Software
System Software programs that run the computer
Application Software programs perform a function
Q1 In ANOVA, the term factor refers to _
Analysis of Variance
1. ANOVA is the preferred method for finding differences among several population
Answer: False Type: Concept Difficulty: Easy
2. The sum of squares error and the sum of squares treatment add to the s