How to Use a
Compound Light Microscope
The Compound Part
Simple microscopes have single magnifying lens
(like a magnifying glass).
Compound microscopes have two sets of lenses for
Lens closer to the eye
Experiment: What household substances are acidic or basic?
There are chemicals, called pH indicators, which change color when they come into contact with
an acid or a base. In the following experiment, you will be using pH paper to determine the pH of
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Lab 3: Kitchen Countertop Chemistry Chemical Change, Radioisotopes, and Lipids
(Attach photos to the last sheet)
Enter the data and mark the graphs on Word and resubmit it as part of the assignment.
45 M & Ms
Often used to express
very large or
very small numbers.
Also used to maintain
correct number of
(# from 1 to 9.999) x 10exponent
= 8 x 102
= 8 x 10 x 10
2531 = 2.531 x 10 x 10 x 10
= 2.531 x 103
Congress-the Legislative Branch READ: Chapter 11; in the Constitution, read Article I and Amendments XVII (17), XX (20), XXVII (27). Also, see Chapter 2 to read about the creation of Congress-the Great Compromise and the Three-Fifths Compromise. As usual,
Reading the Documents Congress and the Constitution This is NOT a required assignment. It's for your study only. Congress is mentioned in Article I (one) and Amendments XVII (17), XX (20) and XXV (25). (You may also want to review Chapter 11 and the secti
Cortney Post "Gulf Oil Spill: Federal Estimates Again Eclipsed By Reality" Huffington Post 6/8/10
The claim in this article is that amount of oil that is pouring into the ocean because of the collapse of the BP drilling platform in the Gulf is much more t
Term Limits for Members of Congress. More Legislators than ever now define their occupation as "legislator". In the 1990s, several states actually implemented term limits for their own members of Congress by passing state laws. However, the U.S. Supreme C
Cortney Post New Journal #3 "Suspects must assert right to silence" USA Today June 1, 2010 The article is about the Supreme Court decision that changes some of the effect of the 1966 case Miranda v. Arizona. Today's decision has to do with how a suspect m
Studying the Chapter-Chapter 2-the Constitution Read Chapter 2 and pages 76-79 (Chapter 4) in the Textbook, the Declaration of Independence (in the back of the textbook), the Articles of Confederation (found on the Internet), and the U.S. Constitution (in
Cortney Post News Journal #2 "Senators will have less background on Kagan to help make Supreme Court decision" The Washington Post May 26, 2010
This article is about Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan's qualifications and mostly focuses on her publications
Reading the Documents-The U.S. Constitution It's nice to be able to read the original documents. These questions investigate just a few issues found in the Constitution. These questions are for your study only. This is not an assignment. Read the U.S. Con
Should we abolish the Death Penalty? THE DEATH PENALTY AND THE EIGHTH AMENDMENT-"CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT"? Or, an effective and efficient punishment? An ongoing debate in the United States revolves around the death penalty. While it's true that a maj
"If men were angels, no government would be necessary" James Madison p3 "The ultimate rulers of our democracy are the voters of this country" Franklin D. Roosevelt p3 "Politics is the process of determining who gets what, when and how" Harold
Studying the Chapter-Introduction In the textbook, read Chapter One. In Chapter Two, read pages 22-30. In Chapter 10, read pages 224-229. In the back of the textbook (or on-line), read the Declaration of Independence. Notice the Learning Objectives on the
Cortney Post News Journal #1 "Campaign ad sparks controversy" The News-Enterprise May 13, 2010 This article from the Associated Press is about a citizens group in Pike County, Kentucky who is independently campaigning against Magistrate Chris Harris' re-e
Reading the Documents-The Declaration of Independence Read the Declaration of Independence (in the back of the textbook or on-line). Also, read pages 22 to 30 in Chapter 2. Consider the following questions. 1. 2. 3. 4. Name the author of the Declaration.
Bring back the Draft? There are always many debates surrounding a war. One of the lesser heard debates over the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq is whether the Congress and the President should reinstate the draft. Currently, America has an "all-volunteer mil