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Mastering Physics 1

What is the x component of A? ? Ax = 2.5 What is the y component of A? ? Ay = 3 What is the y component of B? ? By = -3 What is the x component of C? ? Cx = -2 In ordered pair notation, write down the components of vector B?…

Physics – Ch 3

operating with displacements according to the rules for manipulating vectors leads to results in agreement with experiments We say that the displacement of a particle is a vector quantity. Our best justification for this assertion is D Ch 3 #2 The vectors a, b, and c are related by c = b – a. Which…

Micro HW: CH 9

1. Isolate bacterial plasmid 2. Select gene of interest & insert into plasmid. 3. Plasmid taken up by bacterium. 4. Bacteria replicate 2 OPTIONS FROM HERE… • Protein product harvested from bacteria. • Create and harvest copies of a gene. Rank the typical genetic modification procedure from first step to last step. A culture of…

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Metal, Nonmetal, or Metalloid?

Nonmetal Hydrogen (H) Nonmetal Noble Gas Helium (He) Metal Alkali Metal Lithium (Li) Metal Alkaline Metal Beryllium (Be) Metalloid Boron (B) Nonmetal Carbon (C) Nonmetal Nitrogen (N) Nonmetal Oxygen (O) Nonmetal Halogen Fluorine (F) Nonmetal Noble Gas Neon (Ne) Metal Alkali Metal Sodium (Na) Metal Alkaline Metal Magnesium (Mg) Metal Aluminum (Al) Metalloid Silicon (Si)…

Biology Unit 4 Chapter 7 – Ecological Succession

change in community over time; change is due to species present Explain what is meant by succession (2) stable community with few changes to populations Explain what is meant by a climax community (1) increased interspecific competition; for light Heather plants are small shrubs. Heather plants are the dominant species in the climax community of…

Chapter 6 C++ Challenge Problems

#include using namespace std; int main() { int runTimes; // Populate array runTimes = 800; runTimes = 775; runTimes = 790; runTimes = 805; runTimes = 808; cout

Phys 1310 Exam 1

The same amount of speed each second A ball rolling down an inclined plane each second picks up ______. It is always zero. What is the value of the velocity of the ball when it reaches its maximum height? It is always negative. What is the acceleration of the ball when it is moving up,…

GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1305

An Ionic Compound ____________. e) has a net charge of zero. An Ionic Compound ____________. a) has a net positive charge. b) has a net negative charge. c) contains only cations. d) contains only anions. e) has a net charge of zero. e) Al2O3 The correct formula formed for a compound formed from the elements…

Four steps of secondary succession, from disturbed soil to hardwoods

Ecological succession that begins where an ecosystem was disturbed by an event such as fire, flood, or farming, leaving behind intact soil. Secoundary Succession 1st year after forest fire, flood, or farmer abandons a field: Weeds grow, usually crabgrass. Step One 2nd year: Seeds blown in or carried in by animals become new weedy plants,…

BISC 002 Chapter 7

C) pine tree 1) Which of the following is an autotroph? A) human B) mushroom C) pine tree D) fish B) taking in carbon dioxide and making sugars (carbohydrates) 2) Photosynthesis contributes to plant growth by _____. A) taking in oxygen and making wood B) taking in carbon dioxide and making sugars (carbohydrates) C) synthesizing…

PHYS 2212K – Final Exam Practice

Rank in order, from largest to smallest, the wave speeds va, vb, and vc. They all have the same wave speed because the m/L ratio for each rope is the same. va=vb=vc. A wave pulse travels along a stretched string at a speed of 200 cm/s . What will be the speed if the string’s…

CPT Coding Problems SBS Chapters 19-30

27193 closed treatment of a pelvic rim fracture; without manipulation (19) 27253 open treatment of a closed traumatic anterior hip dislocation without fixation (19) 29035 application of a shoulder-to-hip body cast (19) 28540 closed treatment of a closed tarsal bone dislocation without anesthesia (19) 21422 open treatment of a Le Fort I maxillary fracture (19)…

Sapling Learning Ch. 3

a) gas-balls jumping around b)solid- balls all together settled c) liquid-balls barely jumping Classify these images as solid, liquid, or gas at the molecular level a) balls jumping around b) balls all together settled c) balls barely jumping a)Homogeneous mixture-two types of balls barely moving b)Element- balls all together c)Compound- three balls connected d)Heterogeneous mixture-…

Distance Vector Routing Protocols Advantages/DisAdvantages

Stable and proven method (distance vector was the original routing algorithm) 1 Advantage Easy to implement and administer 2 Advantage Bandwidth requirements negligible for a typical LAN environment 3 Advantage Requires less hardware and processing power than other routing methods 4 Advantage Relatively long time to reach convergence (updates sent at specified intervals) 5 Disadvantage…

Physics Practice Questions Chapter 4

B) an automobile battery Which has the greater mass? A) a king-size pillow B) an automobile battery mass A kilogram is a measure of an object’s D) all of these Compared to a 1-kg block of solid iron, a 2-kg block of solid iron has twice as much A) inertia. B) mass. C) volume. E)…

SOCL 2001 — Ch. 2

Secondary data analysis 1. Alexis wants to research the 1960’s feminist movement. She reads articles from the time period, watches documentaries, reads scholarly journals on the topic, and interviews influential women from the movement. What kind of research method is Alexis using? a. Ethnography b. Surveys c. Experiments d. Secondary data analysis A measure of…

kVp, 15% rule

measurement of beam quality but it does affect beam quantity (intensity) to a lesser extent. kVp is quantity mAs affects electrons move faster, creates x-ray that are stronger and can get through the patient easear When kVp is raised quality mAs does not affect mAs Primary controlling factor for beam quantity because it changes quality…

6 Kingdoms & Characteristics of Each

Prokaryote No true nucleus Unicellular Autotrophic or Heterotrophic Live in extreme conditions and are chemically different from Eubacteria Archeabacteria Prokaryote No true nucleus Unicellular Autotrophic or Heterotrophic Live everywhere “true bacteria” Eubacteria Eukaryote True nucleus Most are unicellular Autotrophic or Heterotrophic Odds and Ends Kingdom Can be protozoa, algae, funguslike, autotrophic, heterotrophic, unicellular or multicellular…

Physics Review Part 2

D An object moving in the +x direction experiences an acceleration of +2.0 m/s2. This means the object A) travels 2.0 m in every second. B) is traveling at 2.0 m/s. C) is decreasing its velocity by 2.0 m/s every second. D) is increasing its velocity by 2.0 m/s every second. D Suppose that an…

USATESTPREP Biology (Ecology)

A) commensalism. Grazing cows disturb the grass and cause insects to fly around the cows as they eat. In turn, birds swoop in and eat the insects. This type of feeding relationship is an example of A) commensalism. B) mutualism. C) parasitism. D) predation. This type of feeding relationship is an example of commensalism. One…

Urinary System Organs and Their Functions

Kidneys, Ureters, Urinary bladder, urethra Member Organs of Urinary System Filter blood and make urine; Involved in the homeostatic control of fluid volume and composition and acid/base balance by its small number of renal cells (endocrine) which make renin/ erythropoietin hormones Function of Kidneys Carries urine from kidney (renal) pelvis to the urinary bladder where…

Additive or Destructive Pathologies and Radiology

Additive Abscess Destructive Anorexia Nervosa Additive Edema Destructive Atrophy Additive Tumors Destructive Emaciation Additive Atelectasis Additive Bronchiectasis Additive Cardiomegaly Destructive Emphysema Additive Congestive Heart Failure Additive Empyema Additive Pleural Effusions Additive Pneumoconiosis Additive Pneumonia Destructive Pneumothorax Additive Pneumonectomy Additive Pulmonary Edema Additive Tuberculosis Additive Aortic Aneurysm Destructive Aerophagia Additive Ascites Additive Cirrhosis Destructive Bowel Obstruction…

Pathway of Urine Flow Through the Kidneys

nephron = functional unit pathway of urine flow through the kidneys step 1 glomerulus pathway of urine flow through the kidneys step 2 bowman’s capsule pathway of urine flow through the kidneys step 3 proximal convoluted tubule pathway of urine flow through the kidneys step 4 loop of Henle pathway of urine flow through the…

Naming Compounds Rules

Metal (1 possible charge) + nonmetal/metalloid 1. name the metal 2. name the root word for the nonmetal + __ide ending Ionic Binary Compounds – Metal (1 possible charge) + nonmetal/metalloid 1. name the metal 2. use Roman Numeral to indicate the charge of the metal 3. root word for the nonmetal + ____ ide…

Physics I Midterm

1) x = -1.5 For which of the values below is x > x^3? 1) 3.16 x 10^7, 86 400 One year is about ____ seconds while one day is exactly ____ seconds. 1) 3 800 Calculate (0.82 + 0.042) x (4.4 x 10^3), keeping only significant figures. 1) 0.13 cubic feet A cereal box…

Kinematics Part 2

Both the car’s speed and velocity are changing A car is speeding up as it drives around a circular track on level ground. Which statement about the car’s velocity and speed is accurate? always changing A ball is attached to a string and whirled in a circle at constant speed. As it travels in a…

Flame Test Colors for Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals

Purple Potassium Yellow Sodium Red Lithium Blue Cesium Red Strontium Green/Yellow Barium

Quiz 3

B. QR codes These are graphics that typically appear as black and white boxes that automatically link mobile devices to a variety of different content including games, text, videos, and websites A. ISBN numbers B. QR codes C. Bar codes D. QR code reader D. Ribbons These organize commonly used commands into a set of…

Physics Practice Problems

-,+ An elevator is moving downward when someone presses the emergency stop button. The elevator comes to rest a short time later. Give the signs for the velocity and the acceleration of the elevator after the button has been pressed but before the elevator has stopped. +,- A child throws a baseball directly upward. What…

Succession Facts/ Venn Diagram

Succession that begins in an area with no remnants of an older community Primary Succession Erosion needs to occur in order for succession to occur Primary Succession Everything is destroyed Primary Succession Lichens/moss are pioneer organisms then herbs/shrubs then large trees Primary Succession Slowest form of succession Primary Succession Succession that is disturbed by things…

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