QUIZ 2(take home)
Section :
Name :
Problem 1: Let A = cfw_1, 2, 3 B = cfw_2, 3, 4, 5 then write the set
(a) (points 2) (A B) B
(b) (points 4) (A B) (A B) B)
Problem 2: Which of the following sentence is TRUE. If true then justify(logical
assertions or ven
EXAM 1
M 118(Fall 2012)
Name :
Section :
Instructor:
There is no partial credit. The option None of the above is given just in case
there is typo or some kind of error in problem. It is not meant to be correct
answer. Problem 1 has ve sub-parts of 3 point
M118 Midterm Review, W. Orrick
Midterm review
Important principles
Multiplication principle: If, in a multi-stage experiment, the number of possibilities
at a given stage doesnt depend on what happened in the earlier stages, then the number
of outcomes i
Biological Bases of
Behavior
Chapter 3
Key Ideas
Technique to learn about structure and function
Nervous system organization
Brain structure and function
Neuron structure and functions
Endocrine system structure and function
Evolution and behavior
Oi
/oc
Warmup Problem
There are 3 different fruits and 4 different veg
etables in the refrigerator. You want a snack.
af your snack will be either a fruit or a veg
etable, how many options do you have?
b) If your snack will be a fruit and a vegetable,
how
CH 2 Research Methods Notes 2
Experimental bias (also called experimenter expectancy effect) is a
phenomenon that occurs when a researchers expectations or preferences
about the outcome of a study influence the results obtained
Demand characteristics are
CH 4: Sensation and
Perception
If you had to give up one of your
senses, which one would it be?
Vision is the most studied sense, and has
the largest area of our cerebral cortex
devoted to it of all our senses
Sensation: is the process by which you
dete
Problem 1 oq / 1
A telephone sales representative makes a
sale, gets a tentative commitment, or fails to
make a sale on each call. Today she plans to
make telephone calls, one after another, until
she makes 2 sales, gets 2 tentative
commitments, or fails
08/535
Problem 1. Draw a Venn Dia ram of s d
B Which are subsets of a universal set 62L. Color
in the portion of the Venn Diagram that
represents GLC. Now make another Venn
Diagram and color in A. Problem 2. Experiment with set notation and
Venn diagram r
MEDULLA OBLONGATA (or Medulla) :
Located above the spinal cord
Where most fibers across, resulting in contralateral (opposite side) control
Regulates heart rhythm, blood flow, breathing rate, digestion, vomiting.
PONS
Just above the medulla and toward th
Notes
Introduction
Theories: see class notes
Replication: see class notes
Experimental Method
Experiment: manipulation of an IV under controlled conditions and measurement
of its effects on a DV.
-Key strength: can establish cause-and-effect relationship
CH1 Psychologists
Key People
Plato (350 BC)
Beliefs in Dualism, used self-examination of inner ideas and experiments to
conduce that who we are and what we know are innate (inborn).
Aristotle
Believed that the mind/soul results from our anatomy and physio
Biological Bases of
Behavior
Chapter 3
Key Ideas
Technique to learn about structure and function
Nervous system organization
Brain structure and function
Neuron structure and functions
Endocrine system structure and function
Evolution and behavior
1.
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12.
_ Professor Keck uses one of two overhead projectors for his lectures.
g- Roasts r1 we 3!? '7
A box contains five blue balls and a. green ball. Two balls are selected from the box, one at a time
without replacement. If the second ball
EXAM 1
M 118(Fall 2012)
Name :
Section :
Instructor:
There is no partial credit. The option NONE OF THE ABOVE is given just
in case there is typo or some kind of error in problem. It is not meant to be
correct answer. Problem 1 has ve sub-parts of 3 point
QUIZ 3
Name :
Section :
Problem 1(5 points):In each of the following case draw a Venn diagram, which
has three sets A, B, C along with the universal set U . Then shade the region
(a)
(A0 B) (B 0 C)
(b)
A0 (B B 0 ) C
Problem 2(5 points) An experiment consi
QUIZ 8 (take home)
Section :
Name :
Due on: September 24
Problem 1(10 points): Suppose A and B are two events, such that P r(A/B) =
2/5, P r(B/A) = 1/3 and P r(A B) = .9. Find P r(A B).
Problem 2(5+5+5 points): Molly picks three mice for her lab experimen
QUIZ 4 (take home)
Section :
Name :
Due on: September 5
Problem 1(10 points): A Product code consists of two letters and three numbers. The letters are selected from the set cfw_a, b, c, d, and numbers are selected
from the set cfw_6, 7, 8, 9.
(a) How ma
QUIZ 7
Name :
Section :
Problem 1(Points 5) E and F are two events such that P r(E ) = .5, P r(F ) =
.6 and P r(E F ) = .3. Find P r(E F )
Problem 2(Points 5)A biased die has the following probabilities for various
events.
P r(Even numbers) = .4
P r(cfw_3
QUIZ 5
Name :
Section :
Problem 1 If a shop has 10 dierent shirts, 7 dierent pants and 6 pair of
shoes.Among those shirts there is one shirt, one pant and one shoe which are
perfect white. A man decides to purchase, one shirt, one pant and one pair of
sho
QUIZ 6 (take home)
Section :
Name :
Due on: September 10
Problem 1(15 points): If a shop has 10 dierent shirts, 7 dierent pants and
6 pair of shoes.Among those shirts there is one shirt, one pant and one shoe
which are perfect white. A man decides to purc
QUIZ 9
Name :
Section :
Problem 1(Points 5) State T rue/F alse. In this problem A, B, C denote
non-empty subsets( events) of the same Sample space.
(a) P r(A) = P r(A/B)P r(B) + P r(A/B 0 ).P r(B 0 ).
(b) P r(A) 1/2 and P r(B) 1/2 then P r(A B) 6= 0.
(c)
QUIZ 10 (take home)
Name :
Due on: October 1
Section :
Problem 1(6 points): Suppose A and B is subset of a sample space and we
have the following tree diagram
>B
.3
A
G
.7
.4
B
.6
>B
.5
A
.5
B
Compute P r(B) and P r(B ) and ll out the stems of the followi
EXAM 1
M 118(Fall 2012)
Name :
Section :
Instructor:
There is no partial credit. The option NONE OF THE ABOVE is given just
in case there is typo or some kind of error in problem. It is not meant to be
correct answer. Problem 1 has ve sub-parts of 3 point
p. 1
1) The next ight out needs a pilot, a copilot, and a
ight engineer. There are 9 personnel (all equally
qualied) available to ll these positions. In how
many ways can these positions be lled?
Note: Who gets which position matters.
a) 84
b) 504
c) 723
QUIZ 1
Name :
Section :
Problem 1: Let A = cfw_1, 2, 3 B = cfw_2, 3, 4, 5 then write the set
(a) A B
(b) A B
(c) A B
(d) A B
(e) B A
Problem 2: Let U denote the universal set and A, B be subsets of U . If
n(U ) = 20, n(A) = 15, n(B) = 10 and n(A0 B 0 ) =
1. A box contains ve blue balls and a green ball. Two balls are selected from the box, one at a time
without replacement. If the second ball selected is green, what is the probability the rst one was blue?
(a) 5/6
(b) 1/6
(c) 0
(d) 1
(e) 1/2
(f) none of t
08/23
Warmup problem:
Compute the values of the following quantities
Without using a calculator.
(a) (34 * 0,72> you (pluck )l (3th .0 WE)
10*9*8*7*6*5*49*8*7*6*5*4*3
0')
36*14*30
E) .098 \98352 Q6
.agnHS M W) Problem 1
Find another way to express each