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For waveguide grating multiplexer with x=d=5.5 /m and L, = 15 mm, n = 1.55, m=1, the number of channels for DBR laser with 1 =1850 nm and maximum index change of 0.75% for n = 1.58 is, (a) 483 (b) 470 (c) 440 (d) 453 https://www.chegg.com/homework-help/questions-and-answers/waveguide-grating-multiplexer-x-d-55-m-l-15-mm-n-155-m-1-number-channels-dbr-laser-1-1850--q54318209
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Please help unlock this essay Https://www.bartleby.com/essay/Difference-Between-Musical-Theatre-And-Film-Musicals-F3HRC3ECF9LX A musical film is a genre of movie where songs sung by characters are added into the storyline, occasionally complemented by choreography. The musical numbers in these films do not always develop the plot and characters, but they do give the films a more exciting quality. The primary difference between musical theatre and film musicals is the use of extravagant scenery that would be extraordinarily unreasonable for a stage performance. While making movies, the individuals involved have the luxury of being able to shoot multiple takes and have the time to move backgrounds around or change their entire location. Stage performances, on the other hand, must have scenery that can be easily and efficiently moved on and offstage when it is needed. In order to be able to thoroughly comprehend this relatively recent- in the grand scheme of things- form of entertainment, one should understand the history behind these musical films, be aware of some of the “big names” that are well-known, and recognize major titles that revolutionized musical film forever (Scaruffi, P., 2005). Before being able to completely appreciate musical films, one must be aware of their remarkable history and how they came into existence. According to an article written by Cara Schreffler:
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Eating Christmas In the Kalahari Article Questions: 1. 2. 3. 4. What is the basis Of the misunderstanding experienced by Lee when he gave an ox for the Christmas feast held by the Kung? The basis Of misunderstanding around the ox was that the ox was big, but had no meat. The ox was an older ox so therefore most Of its meat was gone, it was just skin and bones. And if they didn't get enough to eat, no one would have the energy to get up and dance and enjoy the festivities. But in the end the ox was perfect, it was full Of fat and full Of meat that would be enjoyed by everyone for two nights. And the bones could even be used to make soup for other tribe members. Why do you think the Kung ridicule and denigrate people who have been successful hunters or who have provided them with a Christmas ox? Why do Americans expect people to be grateful to receive gifts? • I thought it was interesting that they ridiculed him for being a successful hunter. But they do it with good intentions, I think it's a great idea because you want the gift giver to be humble and kind. You don't want the person providing the gift to be in their head about it and feel like everyone owes them something. It is not about What you receive in return, it is about doing something good and expecting nothing in return. I think we as Americans are used to people being grateful for getting a gift, but grateful in the sense that they will return the favor. I am not very big on gifts, I love giving them, but I don't feel the need to receive them, and I don't think anyone should ever feel obligated to give someone a gift. Provide a specific example Of cross-cultural misunderstanding that you have experienced or have heard Of. Why do you think your example Of cross-cultural misunderstanding occurred? • An example Of cross culture misunderstanding that I have recently experienced was at work. I work in a restaurant as a server and one Of my tables was a family from Australia. At first, I was really confused when he kept asking me for chips and it took me a minute to realize that he was asking for fries, it took just as long for him to realize that I had no clue why he was asking for chips as in American we call them fries. As the night continued at one point he wanted sausage and instead Of asking for sausage he asked for bangers which left me even more confused. I think this happens because different culture develops their own language and their own slang for certain things. Lee states in the article that, "There are no totally generous acts." Why did he state this? Do you believe this statement is true? Why or why not? • Because all "acts" have an element Of manipulation. There is usually something the other person is wanting and expecting. Or even working towards receiving in the next ****** Result for Image/Page 2 ****** month or year. I agree with this completely. I have found most Of the times someone gives me a gift they are doing it with the understanding that they are going to get something back from me. It's a trade for something you might like and something they might like. And for that reason, I don't completely agree with birthday gifts unless it's from an adult to a child, parent to child, boyfriend to girlfriend, or a husband to a wife.
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Entrepreneurship originates from the greek word[pdf request] ?

TUL-ID, Jane Casey C. 12-E I. Write True if the statement is correct. Otherwise write False and state your reason briefly. False l. An entrepreneur perceives entrepreneurship as the mere opening and managing of a small business. The mereo enin ofa business enter rise is not entre reneurshi and the rson ownin and runnin its da -to-da o rations is not an entre reneur but rather a business rson. E—.---------2. Knowing all the entrepreneurial concepts will assure a person of becoming a False False successful entrepreneur. Learnin entre reneurial rinci les cannot rovide the assurance of becomin a successful entre reneur because knowin it is one thin but ou to work hard to o throu h the whole entre reneurial rocess to succeed. 3. Having a degree in entrepreneurship will assure a person that his/her business endeavor will succeed. Ma•orin in entre reneurshi can bea ood idea but it de nds on our oals as a business erson and as an individual the ex eriences ou alread have n our nderstandino of business and manao men o succ d. 4. Since there is now a degree program in higher education leading toward entrepreneurship, the academe has already adopted a universal definition of the term entrepreneurship. There is no universall acce ted definition of entre reneurshi ven amon universities and colle es offerin entre reneurshi ro ram. E__g__5. Entrepreneurship originates from the Greek word entreprendre which means to
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Eating Christmas In the Kalahari Article Questions: 1. 2. 3. 4. What is the basis Of the misunderstanding experienced by Lee when he gave an ox for the Christmas feast held by the Kung? The basis Of misunderstanding around the ox was that the ox was big, but had no meat. The ox was an older ox so therefore most Of its meat was gone, it was just skin and bones. And if they didn't get enough to eat, no one would have the energy to get up and dance and enjoy the festivities. But in the end the ox was perfect, it was full Of fat and full Of meat that would be enjoyed by everyone for two nights. And the bones could even be used to make soup for other tribe members. Why do you think the Kung ridicule and denigrate people who have been successful hunters or who have provided them with a Christmas ox? Why do Americans expect people to be grateful to receive gifts? • I thought it was interesting that they ridiculed him for being a successful hunter. But they do it with good intentions, I think it's a great idea because you want the gift giver to be humble and kind. You don't want the person providing the gift to be in their head about it and feel like everyone owes them something. It is not about What you receive in return, it is about doing something good and expecting nothing in return. I think we as Americans are used to people being grateful for getting a gift, but grateful in the sense that they will return the favor. I am not very big on gifts, I love giving them, but I don't feel the need to receive them, and I don't think anyone should ever feel obligated to give someone a gift. Provide a specific example Of cross-cultural misunderstanding that you have experienced or have heard Of. Why do you think your example Of cross-cultural misunderstanding occurred? • An example Of cross culture misunderstanding that I have recently experienced was at work. I work in a restaurant as a server and one Of my tables was a family from Australia. At first, I was really confused when he kept asking me for chips and it took me a minute to realize that he was asking for fries, it took just as long for him to realize that I had no clue why he was asking for chips as in American we call them fries. As the night continued at one point he wanted sausage and instead Of asking for sausage he asked for bangers which left me even more confused. I think this happens because different culture develops their own language and their own slang for certain things. Lee states in the article that, "There are no totally generous acts." Why did he state this? Do you believe this statement is true? Why or why not? • Because all "acts" have an element Of manipulation. There is usually something the other person is wanting and expecting. Or even working towards receiving in the next ****** Result for Image/Page 2 ****** month or year. I agree with this completely. I have found most Of the times someone gives me a gift they are doing it with the understanding that they are going to get something back from me. It's a trade for something you might like and something they might like. And for that reason, I don't completely agree with birthday gifts unless it's from an adult to a child, parent to child, boyfriend to girlfriend, or a husband to a wife.
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Chemistry Lab 7 APEX.pdf?

Chem. Lab 7 1. What is the color ofbromophenol blue in an acid? In a base? It is colored yellow in acid and blue in a base. 2. How did you get the solution to change from blue to yellow? The pH level change affected the change in colors. Low levels Of C02 or acid in solution with bromothymol blue indicator will appear blue. As the level Of C02 or acid increases, it will allow the solution to adopt a yellow hue. 3. Why did the solution change from blue to yellow (What chemical reaction happened)? The chemical reaction is called an indicator. 4. How did you get the solution to change from yellow to blue? The reaction was reversed. 5. Why did the solution change from yellow to blue (What chemical reaction happened)? Since the reaction was reversed the solution changed colors, and this is known as an indicator. 6. After Procedure Step 3, the solution in Well Al was in equilibrium. What happened to the solution in Well Al during Procedure Step 5? Did the equilibrium shift? Explain this on the basis Of the Le Chatelier Principle? Le Chateliers prmciple states that the concentration Of a product is reduced in a chemical reaction that was in equilibrium. The equilibrium shifts to the right to favor the formation Of products. Le Chateliers principle says that chemical reactions in equilibrium experience a disturbance in the reaction conditions that will make the equilibrium to shift in the opposing direction Of the change to restore the steady-state. If the concentration Of a product is reduced, the equilibrium will shift to the left to try to restore the initial amount Of product and achieve the steady-state again. ****** Result for Image/Page 2 ****** 7. Why did the colors in the Wells A1 and A3 change a second time in Procedure Steps 7 and 8? Was this because Of reversible reactions? Yes, due to the nature ofthe reaction.
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Beloved Analysis Questions, p. 236-324 (end) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. How is it that Sethe can now relate to Baby Suggs contemplation Of color? (237) In her final days, Baby Suggs pondered color because she "never had time" before. As an ex-slave and an oppressed individual, Baby Suggs lived in a world Of black and white, figuratively and literally. African Americans also never had a sense Of ownership Of anything, so when she had come to rest, she finally could appreciate colors the world had to offer. This is also the result Of the murder Of Beloved, which essentially destroyed Baby Suggs. She pondered all the colors, but could never get to red, most likely because it reminded her Of Beloved's blood at the time Of her death. What happened to Sethe's mother's face? Interpret this both literally and symbolically. (240) Sethe's mother had worn the bit so many times, that it disfigured her face into looking as if she had a permanent smile. However, this has symbolic significance because she appeared to smile, even when she was not smiling. This represents the taking away Of her vitality and Of her happiness by the white slave masters. It also may represent an irony, in which she wished to be happy, but in reality, was living a terrible life. What's a Saturday girl, and how is Sethe saved from being one? (240-241) Saturday girl is a girl who works at the local slaughterhouse on Saturdays. She almost became one herself following her release from jail, as a way to pay for Beloved's headstone. However, the Bodwins save her from this fate by getting her a cooking job at Sawyer's restaurant. What's significant about Baby Suggs getting knocked down in the Misery? (246-247) Baby Suggs was always afraid Of getting knocked down by a white man in front Of her children. She didn't want her kids to see her get knocked down because it would make them go crazy. However, Suggs witnessed whitemen take down Sethe and subsequently got knocked down by white men. She became depressed. Baby Suggs lost her happiness and pride at this moment where she lost to white men. Why does Denver think Beloved belongs to her (and though it isn't written, there's a suggestion Of exclusivity)? (247) Denver believes Beloved belongs to her and only her because Of their past together. Denver drank Beloved's blood in the process Of being breastfed. She was the only one to accompany Beloved with a favorable attitude when she was merely a Ionesome spirit in the house. Denver believes that this formed an unbreakable connection between the two Of them. What accounts for the shift in style Of these three chapters? Who narrates each one, and what effect is achieved? (235-256) (hint: see last paragraph on p. 235) ****** Result for Image/Page 2 ****** 7. 8. There is a shift between the past chapters and these three as these parts specifically divulge the thoughts Of the women Of 124. These are more streams-of-consciousness, rather than narration Of the past. Each Of these chapters are narrated by a different person. Sethe narrates the first one, Denver the second, and Beloved the third. What are some Of the atrocities committed, during the cramped boat ride described in Beloved's stream-of-consciousness chapter? The slaves depicted in this chapter are left dehydrated and without water. T hey can't even cry because their bodies are so deprived Of it. T hey get thrown into the ocean, and are put into chained collars in a way that is much less than humane. Why is Sixo laughing at his execution? What does he mean by "Seven-O"? (266-270) Sixo is laughing at his execution because he knows that his lover, Thirty-Mile woman has escaped with his unborn baby, "Seven-O". While he is going to die, he knows that a part Of him will still live on in his unborn baby. 9. What's the irony behind Stamp Paid's wife's name? (look up "Queen Vashti" on the Internet) Queen Vashti was Queen Of Persia and the first wife Of Persian King Ahasuerus. She is viewed as an independent-minded heroine in feminist interpretations Of the Purim story as she was banished for her refusal to appear at the king's banquet to show her beauty as the king wished. Stamp Paid's wife's name is ironic because she did not stand up for herself when she was forced to have sex with someone who was not Stamp Paid. IO. What's the meaning behind Sethe's physical transformation? (280-281) Sethe becomes very small and skinny as Beloved grows larger, almost on the verge Of looking pregnant. It represents how her daughter is pulling out her spirit and even physical presence to further herself. Essentially, as Sethe is being drained, Beloved is almost absorbing all Of her. 11. Why does Denver have such difficulty leaving 124? How do Suggs words inspire her? (286-288) Denver has difficulty leave 124 because she has not left in a long time and she does not know anyone who can help her besides Lady Jones and Stamp Paid. She is also afraid Of encountering white people after hearing about all Of the horrible things that some Of them have done. 12. What is meant by Denver's inauguration into the world as a woman? (292) Up until this point, every interaction and experience that Denver has had has been immature. Currently, she is being forced to be responsible and take care Of her other family members. This push to be independent and actually ask others for help shows her development into a mature woman. ****** Result for Image/Page 3 ****** 13. How is the community around 124 a "sweet thorny place"? The community is sweet yet thorny because they have ostracized Sethe and her family for many years after What happened in the shed. However, even though they have harbored a certain resentment against them for many years, they still come together to help Sethe expel a potentially evil spirit from her home. 14. What, ultimately, was Sethe trying to protect Beloved (and all Of her family) from? (295) Sethe was trying to protect all Of her family from being taken into slavery once again. Once she mistook Edward for school teacher (a white and very unforgiving slave master), she jumped into action in a different way than she had eighteen years ago. Instead Of mercy killing her children, she instead chose to act out against this potential intruder and fight him off with an ice pick. 15. How could Sethe, according to Denver, not want Beloved's forgiveness, but her refusal? (297) Denver saw how badly Sethe felt for What she did to Beloved when she was a child. She believes that Sethe was not seeking forgiveness because she wanted to have the punishment she thought she deserved for killing her child. In a parallel to Crime and Punishment, readers saw how Sethe needed that release, the punishment for her deeds. 16. How does Ella claim to understand what Sethe did in the shed? (301-302, 305) Ella understands the rage that Sethe had in that situation, just not her reaction to it. As a slave, she was used by a father and son, so she was very well aware Of the atrocities that were regularly committed, and understood why she wouldn't want her daughter going there, but she believed the reaction to be prideful and misdirected. 17. In answer to Paul D.'s question about Beloved being her sister, Denver says, "At times I think she was—more." How was she "more"? (314) After Beloved has gone, Denver realizes that she was never just a normal girl that had returned to her family. When she tells Paul D that she thinks she was something more she means that in the supernatural sense. She had seen Beloved fall apart at times and exert her influence on others- even suck the life out Of Sethe. She knew that Beloved was something more because these unnatural occurrences that she reflected upon simply had no other explanation. 18. What favor does Paul return to Sethe, in their meeting in Baby Suggs' bedroom? (322) Paul D restores Sethe's will to keep going when she believes the only thing worth caring about is gone. Instead Of leaving her to fend for herself and her sanity, he wishes to put his own story next to hers, and be one with her. 19. What spirit is being described in the final chapter? Consider both a literal and ****** Result for Image/Page 4 ****** symbolic (metaphorical) interpretation. How does this tie into the novel's second epigraph? (323-324, epigraphs) The spirit being described in the last paragraph is that Of Beloved. I think the overall metaphor is not only about Beloved but about all the pain, history, and suffering endured by black people. This novel highlighted the struggles Of African Americans, and Beloved herself seemed to encompass not only the spirit Of the dead child, but the spirits Of all people dating back to slaves in the Middle Passage.
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Beloved Questions (Pg. 174-235) What's the inferred connection between the four horsemen who come for Sethe, and the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (biblical allusion, do a search online to learn more information)? (174-175, Revelatio?

Beloved Questions (Pg. 174-235) What's the inferred connection between the four horsemen who come for Sethe, and the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (biblical allusion, do a search online to learn more information)? (174-175, Revelations 6:1-8) The arrival of the Four Horsemen in the Bible imply the arrival of the apocalypse. The Four Horsemen in this part of the book are from Sweet Home, Sethe's former slave plantation. Their arrival implies they will soon recapture slaves, authorized under the Fugitive Slave Act. Connecting this with the Bible, the arrival of these four men imply the end of Sethe's world - her own apocalypse. These men will take her children away from her, and they will hurt her children. There is nothing worse than this to Sethe, and so she turns to set her plan in action. 2. How does Schoolteacher internalize the actions Sethe has committed against her children? (176) Instead of actually feeling guilt and sorry for the action Sethe has committed, he sees it as a liability. He is angry with his nephew for having tortured Sethe as badly as he did because he feels as though she, and all slaves, are animals that he has the responsibility of keeping from acting like so. He sees Sethe's actions as her going crazy and thinks about what he has lost- a breeding machine and four slaves. 3. What "kind of confusion" had the uncle (Schoolteacher) warned his nephew about? The "kind of confusion" that schoolteacher warned his nephew about was empathy for the slaves, or in other terms, confusing them for human beings. In his eyes, they were subhuman, property even, and so he did not want his nephew confusing them as anything more, as he was showing signs of discomfort whenever Sethe was beat. 4. Analyze the flaws in the argument found at the bottom of p. 177, which summarizes the ideology of those supporting slavery. ("All testimony to .„") This argument is that white people are doing some kind of service to society by owning slaves. They believe, through their own sinister actions, they are taking care of people who are so animalistic, they cannot survive on their own. Clearly, this is morally and absolutely wrong in all senses of the word. Claiming that owning other people is for ****** Result for Image/Page 2 ****** their own good is some twisted way of justifying the most evil thing in history. 5. What event is revealed in this section that shows how Denver might have such a keen sensitivity towards Beloved? It is revealed that Denver breastfed from her mother while she was covered in Beloved's blood. Therefore, she ingested some of her blood, strengthening their bond even further. 6. Why was Paul so dismissive about seeing Sethe's picture in the newspaper? (182-183) What about his repeated denial of her expression? (182-184, 90) Paul D was dismissive about seeing her face in the paper because he was unable to believe that it was her. He was not able to imagine that she had committed a crime of that gravity. He claimed, repeatedly, that those were not her lips. It could be simply because he normally views her in a loving and tender way. To see her mouth in an evil context threw him for a loop. 7. What is "The Look" and why was no warning given to 124? (184-185) "The Look" is an expression held by white men often looking to oppress or capture Blacks or former slaves. In this occasion, the four horsemen entering the town have "The Look," as it is later revealed that they have come to recapture Sethe and her children. The townspeople do not give warning to 124 because they are still upset after the whoop. They are frustrated and jealous at the abundance provided to them at Suggs' party, that they feel no need to warn 124 about the coming slave catchers. 8. What does Paul D. mean by calling Sethe's love "too thick?" (193-194) Paul D meant that Sethe loves her children too much. Her ability to not see right and wrong in a situation because she was clouded by love is dangerous. He does not seem willing to try to understand why she did what she did. Paul simply dismisses it as overbearing and unnecessary, not to mention wrong. 9. How does Sethe justify her decision to slay her children? (190-194) Sethe wanted to kill her children when she had heard that slave captors were coming for her, so that they would never have to experience the horrors of slavery as she had. She did not want her children to live a life worse than death. She thought that they ****** Result for Image/Page 3 ****** would be safe in God's hands. 10. What's the Fugitive Bill? How does it explain, in part, the indifference of the community around 124 to helping Sethe avoid her captors? Using the Internet or an encyclopedia, learn more about the Fugitive Slave Act and the Compromise of 1850. (201) The fugitive bill made all citizens help in the capture of escaped slaves. In order to avoid having Beloved put into slavery, Sethe resorted to killing her in order to avoid the captors. 11. Why is Stamp Paid unwilling or unable to knock on Sethe's door? (202-203) Since Stamp Paid helps many slaves, he always expects just one thing in return: for their homes to be open to him. He likes to be welcomed and feel as though everyone's family is his own. However, as he tries to knock on Sethe's doors, he hears these voices and sound that is unwelcoming. He was bothered by this, and he also felt guilty for telling Paul D about what Sethe had done. 12.1nterpret Suggs final choice, the contemplation of color, metaphorically. How is this fitting? (208-209) Suggs' final choice is metaphorically fitting because of the issues of race that were prevalent at the time. As a black woman herself, to spend the rest of her life contemplating the effect that issues of race had on her life was extremely appropriate, especially considering the fact that they had just ripped away her daughter and granddaughter away from her. Her choice is very much a reflection of a broken and tired woman who simply wants to rest. 13. VMhy does Stamp Paid begin to identify with Baby Suggs and her tiredness? (216-217) Stamp Paid begins to identify with Baby Suggs and her tiredness as Baby Suggs refused to go to the Clearing because she believed they had won but he refused to acknowledge any such victory. 14.iNhy does Stamp Paid feel he owes no debts to anyone? (218) Stamp Paid feels that he owes no debts to anyone because he had to sacrifice his own ****** Result for Image/Page 4 ****** wife when he was younger. She was given to a different, harsher slave owner. After the world took the one thing he loved the most, his debts are completely paid for the rest of his life. 15.How is Stamp Paid's former name significant? Hint: it's a biblical allusion. Read a brief online or encyclopedia summary. (218, online) Stamp Paid's original name is Joshua. In the bible, Joshua is who takes over and leads the Israelites into the Promised Land after Moses' death. It is significant because in some sense, Stamp Paid is the same, taking slaves to the "Promised Land" of their own - freedom. 16.Why does Stamp Paid get riled up over hearing about Paul D.'s living conditions? (219-220) Stamp Paid gets angered when he hears about Paul D's living conditions. After leaving Sethe, Paul D has been sleeping in the local church. No black men/women were willing to offer him a home, showing this lack of community among them. 17.VMhat does the incident between Schoolteacher and Sixo say about justice? (224-225) Justice does not exist for a slave, or for any oppressed person in this time. "Justice" is something that is interpreted by the white masters, meaning that is never truly fair to the slaves. As stated in the novel: "Clever, but schoolteacher beat him anyway to show him that definitions belonged to the definers-- not the defined." doc
 Beloved Questions (Pg. 174-235) What's the inferred connection between the four horsemen who come for Sethe, and the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (biblical allusion, do a search online to learn more information)? (174-175, Revelatio?
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Ese_306_2017_cheat_sheet.pdf?

****** Result for Image/Page 1 ****** ESE 306 Cheat Sheet Laws Of Probability 1. The set Of all possible outcomes Of an experiment is known as sample space, and it is denoted by Q. An event is a subset Of Q satisfying the properties Of a—algebra. 2. For two events A and B in Q, we have 3. The probability Of the intersection Of two events P (A CJ B) is also denoted by P (A, B). 4. The conditional probability Of an event A given the occurrence Of another event B is defined by IP(AIB) where P (B) > O. 5. Total Probability Theorem: Let BI,B2 Bn be a partition Of the sample space Q, that is (a) BI IJB2U...Bn = O and Then P (A) = EP(AlBj) P(Bj). 6. Two events A and B are independent if 7. Bayes' theorem: where BI, T32 ... T3n is a partition Of the sample space Q. 8. Permutations represent the number Of ordered arrangements Of n distinct objects. It is given by n! n(n — 1) • • • 1. 1-1 https://www.coursehero.com/fiIe/62579447/ese-306-2017 -cheat-sheetpdf/ 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Combinations represent the number Of ways Of selecting k objects from a group Of n distinct objects, where the ordering Of the k objects is irrelevant. It is given by Geometric Series The sum Of the first N -4- 1 terms Of a geometric series is given by I — r N-f_l For N 00, the sum is given by 1 Irl < I. Trigonometric Identities Sin (a — cos(a ± Ø) — sin(a) cos(ß) ± cos(a) sin(ß) cos(a) cos(ß) ZF sin(a) sin(ß) ****** Result for Image/Page 2 ****** One Random Variable 14. The cumulative distribution function (CDF) Of a random variable X is the function Fx (r) defined by FXØ) x). 15. If the random variable X is discrete, X — — 00 then 16. The probability mass function (PMF) Of a dis- crete random variable X is defined by 17. If the random variable X is continuous, FXØ) fx (u) du, then where fx (x) is the probability density function (PDF) of X. 18. The PMF Of a discrete random variable X can be obtained from Fx Ø) by PXØ) x) FÅT) - Fæ@-). 19. The PDF of the continuous random variable X can be obtained from its CDF by (IFN (T) fx (x) 20. A CDF of any random variable X has the fol- lowing properties: (a) If < y, Fx(y). (b) Fx (a; + h) Fx (x) (it is right con- tinuous). (c) lim Fx (x) 0, and limx 1. FÅX) — 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 21. A PDF Of a continuous random variable X has the following properties: (a) 0 for all x, 1-2 https://www.coursehero.com/fiIe/62579447/ese-306-2017 -cheat-sheetpdf/ Examples Of Discrete Random Vari- ables A binomial random variable with parameters p and n has a PMF given by n A geometric random variable with parameter p has a PMF given by PXG) — A negative binomial random variable with pa- rameters r and p has a PMF given by PX (x) — A hypergeometric random variable with param- eters N, K and n has a PMF given by px@) — n}, O N, N > O, and A Poisson random variable with parameter has a PMF given by PX (;r) Examples Of Continuous Random Variables An exponential random variable with parameter has a PDF given by The PDF Of a uniform random variable u (a, b) is given by 1 fx (x) ****** Result for Image/Page 3 ****** 29. The PDF Of a normal distribution M (LL, 02) is given by fx (x) — 1 exp '2T02 —00 < < 00. '202 30. The PDF Of a Beta distribution B(a, [3) is given by fx@) — a > 0, [3>0 where B (a, [3) is the beta function given by 1 Two Random Variables 31. Joint Cumulative Distribution Hmction (CDF) 32. For any pair Of random variables X, Y F XO:) 00) FY(y) y) 00) 1 33. The joint PMF Of discrete random variables X and Y 34. For the discrete case, the probability Of the event 35. For the discrete random variables with 36. The joint CDF TJI fx,Y(u, v) dvdu where y) is the joint PDF. 37. For continuous random variables, the joint PDF can be obtained from its joint CDF by 02 y) Da; Dy A joint PDF fx,y (x, y) has the properties: 38. y) 20 y) d;rdy 1 For the continuous case, the probability Of the 39. event { (X, Y) e A} is fx,Y (x, y) dædy For the continuous random variables with joint 40. PDF y) fx(x) fx,y (x, y) dy fY(y) ¯ fx,Y@, y) dm Independence 41. Discrete random variables X and Y are said to be independent, if their joint PMF y) can be written as a product Of their marginals: Continuous random variables X and Y are said 42. to be independent, if their joint PDF fx,y (T, y) can be written as a product Of their marginals: PMF y) PX (x) PY (y) ¯ yesy XGS x joint 1-3 https://www.coursehero.com/fiIe/62579447/ese-306-2017 -cheat-sheetpdf/ ****** Result for Image/Page 4 ****** able, with support sx, is defined by XPX@) :reSx 44. The second non-central moment Of random variable is defined by E(X2)— E x2Px(x) x€-Sx Expectations 43. The expected value Of a discrete random vari- 55. Let Sums 52. Let the joint PMF of XI The PMF of Z given by and be Pz(z) ( PXI,x2 XI,z— a discrete 53. 54. Let the joint PDF Of XI The PDF of Z given by fz(z) — fX1,X2 (Ti,z— and X2 be atl)dX1 45. The expected value Of a continuous random vari- able is defined by xfx(x) dat 46. The second non-central moment Of a continuous random variable is defined by Transformations Let X and Y be continuous random variables, where Y g(X). Also, let the real roots Of y g(a;) be denoted by XI , a:2, • • Then E(X2) — fx (x) dat 47. For any random variable X E(ax + b) aE(X) + b 48. Mean and variance Of a random variable E(X2) - 49. Covariance Of two random variables cov(X, Y) E(XY) - 50. Correlation coefficient cov(X, Y) PX,Y ¯ 51. The expected value Of a function g(X) Of a ran- dom variable X 1-4 https://www.coursehero.com/fiIe/62579447/ese-306-2017 -cheat-sheetpdf/ where g' (x) fy (Y) (xn)l 91 (XI,X2) and let the real roots Of the above system Of for n equations be denoted by Then 1,2,.... fX1,X2 where J(TI, [1'2) is the Jacobian Of the transfor- mation given by J(XI, Dgr DXI Dg2 Dgl D 02 ****** Result for Image/Page 5 ****** Random Processes 56. A Bernoulli random process X [t] is defined by X[t] e {0, 1} and 1) = p and = 57. Mean Of a random process [t] E(X[t]), discrete case "x (t) E(X(t)), continuous case 58. Autocorrelation Of a random process RXX [t + T , t] + discrete case Rxx(t+T, t) continuous case 59. Cross-correlation Of a two random processes RXY[t 4- T, t] E(X[t -4- T]Y[t]), discrete case RXY (t+T, t) E(X(t+T)Y(t)), continuous case 60. Discrete-time random process X [t] is Wide Sense Stationary (WSS) if and only if for all t, Rxx[t + T, t] Rxx[T] 61. Continuous-time random process X (t) is WSS if and only if for all t, RXX (t + T, t) — RX X (T) 1-5
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Endocrine System Lab Assignment 1. Endocrine glands function by releasing hormones that move through the blood to targets throughout the body. The structures labeled A-J in Figure 2 are true endocrine glands; however, other tissues and organs, like adipose tissue and your kidneys and heart, can also produce hormones. Identify the endocrine glands in the figure and then match them with the hormone(s) they produce by writing the correct letter. Thyroid: c Uterus Thyroid cartilage Of the larynx Trachea Figure 2. Human endocrine glands _B_ Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACT H) Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) B Aldosterone c Insulin Luteinizing hormone (LH) D Melatonin ****** Result for Image/Page 2 ****** B Cortisol B Epinephrine Estrogen E Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) B Glucagon Growth hormone (GH) Assignment 2. E Oxytocin Progesterone Prolactin J Testosterone Thyroxine G Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) Endocrine disorders can often be difficult to diagnose because many can present very similar symptoms. Diagnosis often requires a combination of lab work and a patient's history. On Table 2, you will see several different endocrine disorders with common physical symptoms and lab results. Use this information to answer the questions below. Table 2: Endocrine Disorders DISORDERS Acromegaly Addison's Disease Cushing;s Syndrome Diabetes Insipidus Hyperparathyroidism Hyperthyroidism SYMPTOMS Enlarged hands and feet, excessive sweating, fatigue, muscle weakness, pain, limited joint mobility Fatigue, increased pigment in the skin, weight loss, muscle weakness Backache, anxiety, muscle weakness, extra fat deposits on the back of the neck and upper back (aka "buffalo hump"), females may experience irregular menstrual cycle Frequent urination, excessive thirst Excessive thirst, weak or broken bones, fatigue, nausea Elevated body temp, extreme sweating, nervousness, rapid heart LAB TEST RESULTS Elevated levels of insulin, growth factor I Low sodium, high potassium, high ACT H, low cortisol in the blood High levels of cortisol in the blood Normal blood glucose level, no glucose in the urine, low ADH level in the blood High calcium and parathyroid hormone levels in the blood High thyroxine and low TSH in the blood ****** Result for Image/Page 3 ****** Hypothyroidism Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Type I Diabetes Mellitus Type II Diabetes Mellitus Questions: rate, weight loss, irregular menstrual cycle in females Fatigue, muscle weakness, depression, weight gain, low body temperature, intolerant of cold Acne, unwanted hair growth, weight gain, fatigue, infertility, mood changes, sleep problems Frequent urination, excessive thirst, weight loss Frequent urination, excessive thirst Low thyroxine and high TSH in the blood Elevated levels of testosterone and LH, low levels of FSH in blood Glucose in urine, elevated blood glucose, islet cell antibody in the blood Glucose in urine, elevated blood glucose, no islet cell antibody in the blood 1. 2. 3. What is the most frequent physical symptom of the disorders described above? Fatigue, frequent urination and muscle weakness are the most common symptoms. Why are blood tests used to diagnose endocrine disorders? It shows the endocrine hormones, which can help the doctors determine a diagnosis if there is one. Why is it so important to consider age and sex when diagnosing an endocrine disorder? A certain age can determine how much more likely it is to be diagnosed and sex determines which certain hormones could be involved more often. Case Study 1: A 37-year-old woman goes to her doctor and complains of anxiety, muscle weakness, and depression. Which of the disorders listed on the table above could explain her symptoms? What other symptoms might you look for or what other tests might you run to distinguish between these disorders? ****** Result for Image/Page 4 ****** Most likely "Cushing's Syndrome" and "Hypothyroidism". Both disorders have symptoms of muscle weakness but Cushing's Syndrome includes anxiety and Hypothyroidism includes depression. Further study would be done if she either has an irregular menstrual cycle or low body temperature to distinguish the disorders. Case Study 2: A 34-year-old man complains he is tired a lot and he has lost a substantial amount of weight over the past few months. A routine blood test shows low sodium levels, but his blood glucose levels are normal. What test would you order next? Why? What results could help you make a diagnosis? The test order should be "Addison's Disease" due to fatigue and muscle weakness, and check for any change in pigment in the skin that increased. The results would come back with low sodium, high potassium, high ACT H, low cortisol in the blood. Case Study 3: Your patient is a 28-year-old woman who has complained of menstrual irregularities and infertility despite actively trying to get pregnant for 14 months. She also mentioned that she has to wax her face a lot due to hair growth. How would you diagnose this patient? Which lab result may explain the hair growth? What does this patient have to be careful of developing in the future? I would diagnose this person with PCOS because of the elevated levels of testosterone would explain the hair growth. This patient has to be careful of gaining weight and controlling levels of glucose in the future. Case Study 4: A seemingly healthy 42-year-old-man comes into the ED with a broken arm. The doctor set the bone
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Mahalaga ang pananaliksik sa ating pang araw - araw na buhay sapagkat ito ang paraan upang malutas natin ang ang lahat ng ating mga suliranin. Sa ganitong paraan din natin malalaman kung ang mga bagay, tao, o pangyayari ay magkaugnay o?

Mahalaga ang pananaliksik sa ating pang araw - araw na buhay sapagkat ito ang paraan upang malutas natin ang ang lahat ng ating mga suliranin. Sa ganitong paraan din natin malalaman kung ang mga bagay, tao, o pangyayari ay magkaugnay o mahalaga sa isa't isa. Kadalasan, ginagamit natin ang sistemang ito upang malaman ang mga bagay na hindi pa naabot ng ating kamalayan. Kadalasan, mas nagiging matalino ang isang tao kapag Siya ay masipag sa pagsasaliksik at pag - aaral ng mga bagay - bagay. Maraming tao ang naging tanyag din gamit ang kasanayan sa pananaliksik. Sila ang mga taong nakatuklas o nakagawa ng mga bagay na may kinalaman sa teknolohiya at sa pagpapa gaan sa sistema ng paggawa. Bukod sa mga makinarya, gadyet, o bagong kagamitan, ang mga kaalamang tulad ng konsepto, kasanayan, at pormula ay matagumpay na bunga ng pananaliksik. Sa madaling salita, kung nais nating malaman kung ang mga bagay ay magkaugnay o magkakauri kinakailangan natin ang magsaliksik o gumawa ng pananaliksik. Ang ating mga interes, hinala, at kuryosidad ay natutugunan sa pamamagitan ng pananaliksik. Dahil ang tao ay likas na mapaghanap, nakatutulong ang pananaliksik upang matugunan ang pangangailangan ng tao sa impormasyon at matalinong paggamit ng mga impormasyong ito. Sa pamamagitan ng nito, lumalawak at lumalalim ang karanasan ng tao, hindi lang tungkol sa partikular na paksang pinag-aaralan niya,kundi sa lipunang nagsisilbing konteksto ng kaniyang pananaliksik. • pagkakaroon Siya ng pagkakataong makasalamuha ang kapuwa at nakikita niya ang bisa ng pananaliksik upang mapabuti. • ang pananaliksik ay lalong mailalatag ang halaga ng pananaliksik kung isasaalang- alang ang pangangailangan ng lipunang kinalulugaran nito. Ang Pananaliksik ay nangangailangan ng malalim na pagsusuri ng ga ebidensiya at aktuwa na mga datos. Ito'y nailalarawan, naihahambing at natutuos upang Makita ang relasyon ng hipotesis sa panukalang tesis o larawan, naiihambing at natutuos upang Makita ang relasyon ng hipotesis sa panukalang tesis o disertasyon na isang trabahong siyentipiko. Kung kaya ito ang uri ng pananaliksik na tumutukoy sa sistematikong kalipunan ng mga metodo o pamamaraan at proseso ng imbestigasyon na ginagamit sa pangangalap ng datos sa isang pananaliksik. Panghuli, naging mahalaga ito dahil sa pamamagitan nito makakakuha tayo ng mga bagong impormasyon tungkol sa mga bagay na ating pinag-aralan.
Mahalaga ang pananaliksik sa ating pang araw - araw na buhay sapagkat ito ang paraan upang malutas natin ang ang lahat ng ating mga suliranin. Sa ganitong paraan din natin malalaman kung ang mga bagay, tao, o pangyayari ay magkaugnay o?
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BME 212 L10 DOCX PDF?

Overall there were fewer saccades than words for each line. This could have been caused by the ability to group easier words together that require less effort. b.) Is the average time interval between saccades different when reading an easy passage vs. a challenging passage? Explain Yes, the average time interval between saccades was larger for the challenging passage because complex words require more time to process. c.) Is the average time interval between saccades different when reading the same passage silently vs. aloud? Yes, the average time interval is larger for reading aloud as it takes more time to read, process, and pronounce the word than just passive reading. d.) Are the waveform shapes different between Read Silently 2 and Read Aloud data? Explain Yes, the read aloud data had longer periods between each wave and generally more saccades in each wave. K. Name the cranial nerves tested and the extraocular muscles tested when the subject is asked to follow the eraser on a pencil as you move it in a one foot circle, two feet from their face. Cranial Nerves Oculomotor nerve Trochlear nerve Abducens Extraocular Muscles Inferior Rectus Superior Rectus Lateral Rectus Medial Rectus Superior Oblique Inferior Oblique L. Define corneal-retinal potential (CRP) and explain its relation to electrooculography and the electrooculogram. The electrical potential that exists between the front and back of the eye, EOG measures the difference in potential introduced when the muscles in the contract or relax. ****** Result for Image/Page 2 ****** 8:48 940/0 Document View The cycles consistently decreased during vertical tracking. They should have remained constant as the object was being moved the same distance for the trial. d.) Do the cycle periods increase, decrease, or remain constant during simulated vertical tracking? Explain The cycles increased and decreased with no significant pattern. The subject had no object to focus on, relying on prediction introduced errors. e.) Are the waveform shapes different between vertical tracking and simulated vertical tracking data? Explain Vertical tracking had well rounded peas and periodic waveforms, simulated vertical tracking had waveforms with rough and jerky peaks and varying periods. J. Examine the data in Table 10.3 and answer the following questions: a.) Did the number of saccades match the number of words for each line? Explain any differences. Overall there were fewer saccades than words for each line. This could have been caused by the ability to group easier words together that require less effort. b.) Is the average time interval between saccades different when reading an easy passage vs. a challenging passage? Explain Yes, the average time interval between saccades was larger for the challenging passage because complex words require more time to process. c.) Is the average time interval between saccades different when reading the same passage silently vs. aloud? Yes, the average time interval is larger for reading aloud as it takes more time to read, process, and pronounce the word than just passive reading. d.) Are the waveform shapes different between Read Silently 2 and Read Aloud data? Explain Yes, the read aloud data had longer periods between each wave and generally more saccades in each wave. K. Name the cranial nerves tested and the extraocular muscles tested when the subject is asked to follow the eraser on a pencil as you move it in a one foot circle, two feet from their face. Cranial Nerves Oculomotor nerve Trochlear nerve Abducens Extraocular Muscles p,rin" Superior Rectus Lateral Rectus ****** Result for Image/Page 3 ****** 8:48 940/0 Document View It remained fairly constant, because of the periodic motion of a pendulum, which is caused by the constant acceleration of gravity. d.) Did the time interval (period) of each successive swing cycle increase, decrease, or remain constant during simulated movement? Explain It varied unpredictably, increasing and decreasing at various cycles. This could be caused by the attempt of the subject to replicate a pendulum without stimulus. e.) Are the waveform shapes different between tracking and simulated tracking data? Explain Yes, the tracking waveforms were smooth and periodical, while the simulated tracking waveforms were rough and unpredictable. I. Examine the data in Table 10.2 and answer the following questions: a.) Do the cycle amplitudes increase, decrease, or remain constant during vertical tracking? Explain The amplitude had erratic changes, I would have expected it to remain constant since the object was moved the same distance every time but our results seemed to have been affected by some external factor. b.) Do the cycle amplitudes increase, decrease, or remain constant during simulated vertical tracking? Explain The amplitude for the simulation had an unpredictable pattern from cycle to cycle. This could be explained by the fact that the subject's eyes didn't have an object to focus on. c.) Do the cycle periods increase, decrease, or remain constant during vertical tracking? Explain The cycles consistently decreased during vertical tracking. They should have remained constant as the object was being moved the same distance for the trial. d.) Do the cycle periods increase, decrease, or remain constant during simulated vertical tracking? Explain The cycles increased and decreased with no significant pattern. The subject had no object to focus on, relying on prediction introduced errors. e.) Are the waveform shapes different between vertical tracking and simulated vertical tracking data? Explain Vertical tracking had well rounded peas and periodic waveforms, simulated vertical tracking had waveforms with rough and jerky peaks and varying periods. J. Examine the data in Table 10.3 and answer the following questions: a.) Did the number of saccades match the number of words lam.any.diff Overall there were fewer saccades than words for each line. This
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Hicks Cable Company has a defined benefit pension plan. Three alternative possibilities for pension-related data at January l, 2021, are shown below: Net loss (gain)-AOCI, Jan. I 2021 loss (gain) on plan assets 2021 loss (gain) on P BO Accumulated b?

Hicks Cable Company has a defined benefit pension plan. Three alternative possibilities for pension-related data at January l, 2021, are shown below: Net loss (gain)-AOCI, Jan. I 2021 loss (gain) on plan assets 2021 loss (gain) on P BO Accumulated benefit obligation, Jan. I Projected benefit obligation, Jan. I Fair value of plan assets, Jan. I Average remaining service period ($ in thousands) Case I Case 2 Case 3 $ 338 $ (405) $ 276 (29) (26) (41) 34 (283) (3,130) (2,730) (1,630) (3,490) (2,850) (1,880) 2,980 2,880 1,730 138 Required. l. For each independent case, calculate any amortization of the net loss or gain that should be included as a component of pension expense for 2021. 2. For each independent case, determine the net loss-AOCI or net gain-AOCI as of January l, 2022. Complete this question by entering your answers in the tabs below. Required I Required 2 For each independent case, calculate any amortization of the net loss or gain that should be included as a component of pension expense for 2021. (Input all amounts as positive values.) ($ in thousands) Case I Case 2 $ 338 $ 405 Case 3 $ 276 Net gain or loss Less: Corridor amount Excess, if any Service period (years) Amortization of gain or loss $ 338 $ 405 $ 276 0 0 0 Required 1 Required 2 > Hicks Cable Company has a defined benefit pension plan. Three alternative possibilities for pension-related data at January I 2021, are shown below: Net loss (gain)-AOCI, Jan. 1 2021 loss (gain) on plan assets 2021 loss (gain) on PBO Accumulated benefit obligation, Jan. I Projected benefit obligation, Jan. I Fair value of plan assets, Jan. I Average remaining service period of active employees (years) ($ in thousands) Case I Case 2 case 3 $ 338 $ (405) $ 276 (29) (26) (41) 34 (283) (3,130) (2,730) (1,630) (3,490) (2,850) (1,880) 2,980 2,880 1,730 11 13 8 Required: l. For each independent case, calculate any amortization of the net loss or gain that should be included as a component of pension expense for 2021. 2. For each independent case, determine the net loss-AOCI or net gain- AOCI as of January l, 2022. Complete this question by entering ****** Result for Image/Page 2 ****** your answers in the tabs below. Required I Required 2 For each independent case, determine the net loss-AOCI or net gain- AOCI as of January l, 2022. (Amounts to be deducted and loss amounts should be indicated by a minus sign.) Case I $ 338 ($ in thousands) Case 2 $ (405) Case 3 $ 276 January l, 2021 net loss (gain) Loss (gain) on plan assets Amortization Loss (gain) on PBO January 1, 2022 net loss or (gain) - AOCI $ 338 $ (405) $ 276 (Required I Required 2 > DrJack gntact For Any omework / Project / Paper / Assignment Hwace96@gmail.com
Hicks Cable Company has a defined benefit pension plan. Three alternative possibilities for pension-related data at January l, 2021, are shown below: Net loss (gain)-AOCI, Jan. I 2021 loss (gain) on plan assets 2021 loss (gain) on P BO Accumulated b?
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Membrane Potential "Why are some cells electrically active?" Model 1: The Sodium/Potassium pump Outside (extracellular) Inside (intracellular) Outside (extracellular) Inside (intracellular) o o Outside (extracellular) Inside (intracellular ATP Sodium?

Membrane Potential "Why are some cells electrically active?" Model 1: The Sodium/Potassium pump Outside (extracellular) Inside (intracellular) Outside (extracellular) Inside (intracellular) o o Outside (extracellular) Inside (intracellular ATP Sodium ion Potassium ion ATP ATP Sodium ion Inorganic phosphate Outside (extracellular) Inside (intracellular) Outside (extracellular Inside (intracellular) Outside (extracellular) Inside (intracellular) Critical Thinking Questions l. 2. What ion is being moved QU! of the cell according to model l? Na+ ions move out. a. a. How many of these are being moved out? Three Na+ ions are moved out each time. Is this ion positively or negatively charged? the ion is positively charged. What ion is being brought into the cell according to model l? K+ ions are brought into the cell ****** Result for Image/Page 2 ****** a. a. How many of these are being moved in? two each time Is this ion positively or negatively charged? the K+ ion is positively charged 3. 4. After this pump runs 5 times, how many positive ions will be moved outside the cell? After running 5 times, 15 positive ions will be outside the cell. a. b. c. How many positive ions will have been brought into the cell after 5 cycles of the pump? Ten positive ions will be brought inside the cell. What is the difference in positive ions between the inside and the outside of the cell after 5 cycles? The difference ions will be brought inside the cell. What is the difference in positive ions between the inside and the outside of the cell after 70 cycles? After 70 cycles the difference is -70. Imagine instead of pumping ions, we are pumping dollars. Is the cell spending more (pumping out) than it brings in? Yes, the cell is spending more pumping out than it brings in. a. Application If you spend more than you bring in, what happens to your bank balance? If you spend more than you bring, your bank balance becomes negative. 5. In the space below draw a line to represent the cell membrane. Label one side 'inside' and the other side 'outside'. Place + symbols on the side of the membrane that would have the positive bank account (according to our analogy above) and put — symbols on the side of the membrane that would have the negative bank balance. ****** Result for Image/Page 3 ****** Outside Inside Model 2: A polarized membrane Na+ Na+ Na+ Na+ Na+ Na+ K+ Na+ outside inside Na+ Critical Thinking Questions Na+ Na+ Na+ Sodium ion channel K+ 6. Place a large + sign on the side of the membrane with the most positive charges and a — sign on the side of the membrane with the least number of positive charges. Positive charge should be on the outside of the cell and negative charge on the inside. 7. Where are most of the sodium ions, inside or outside the cell? Most of the Na+ are outside of the cell. 8. If the channel were to open, which way would sodium travel through the channel based on the laws of diffusion? Based on the laws of diffusion, Na+ would travel into the cell down the concentration gradient. ****** Result for Image/Page 4 ****** 9. What effect would this have on the membrane potential (the difference in charge across the membrane)? If large amounts ofNa+ started to move into the cell, it would make the membrane potential less negative on the inside. Application > -50 E -10 -20 -30 -40 o -60 -80 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Time (milliseconds) 8 9 10 11 10. This chart shows the resting membrane potential of a nerve cell. Notice that the line is running at around -70 millivolts. The resting membrane potential has a negative value. Based on what we've a. already learned - is this measuring the inside or outside of the cell? [i.e. which one is negative with respect to the other?] The negative value for the membrane potential is measuring the inside of the cell. b. If a sodium channel opens, will the inside of the cell become more positive or more negative as the sodium ions come in along their concentration gradient? If a Na+ channel open, the inside of the cell will become more positive. Based on your answer to 'a' and 'b', extend the line in the chart to show what c. might happen to the potential when sodium channels open. The membrane will become depolarized. ****** Result for Image/Page 5 ****** -10 -20 -30 -40 > -50 -60 -70 -80 d. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Time (milliseconds) 8 9 10 11 Before the sodium channel opened, the membrane was polarized, like a battery (a positive and negative side). After opening the sodium channel, is the cell going to be polarized anymore? After opening the sodium channel, the cell is no longer polarized with a positive side and a negative side. Model 3: A depolarized membrane outside Potassium ion channel inside Critical Thinking Questions Sodium ion channel Na+ 11. What has changed about the sodium channel in this model (compared to model 2)? In the model 3 the sodium channel is open, and model two is not. 12. How does the number of positive ions inside the cell compare with the number outside the cell? Now the number of positive ions on the two sides of the cell are the same. ****** Result for Image/Page 6 ****** 13. Compare this model to model 2 which contained a polarized membrane. Based on the ion distribution in these two models, devise definitions as a group, for the following: Polarized: when there is a charge difference on the two sides of the membrane. Depolarized: When there is not a charge difference on the two sides of the membrane. Application 14. Based on the concentration of potassium ions inside and outside the cell, which way do you think K+ ions would go if the potassium ion channel were to open and the sodium channel were to close? [hint: draw it if you need to] If K+ channels were to open and Na+ channels were to close, K+ would go out of the cell. 15. Would this depolarize or repolarize the membrane? If K+ begins to move out the cell, once again there will be more positive charges on the outside of the cell and this will repolarize. Exercises o o 40 20 O -20 -40 -60 -80 -100 Time (sec) Find the points on this graph where membrane potential went up but went back down 1. again without causing a drastic change in the polarity of the cell. Label that portion of the graph Local Depolarization. ****** Result for Image/Page 7 ****** Draw an arrow at the place on the graph where the entire membrane started to depolarize 2. [hint: it's when potential starts to rise as fast as it can]. About what voltage was achieved before the membrane started to actually a. depolarize (i.e. where your arrow is pointing) b. Threshold is also called 'the point of no return' and refers to the voltage at which the entire membrane will depolarize. Based on your answers to 1 — 2a, draw a dotted line across the membrane at the voltage that represents the threshold voltage. Circle the point on the graph where the potassium channels open and the sodium channels 3. close. Sometimes the potassium channels stay open long enough that the membrane will 4. hyperpolarize. Indicate on the graph where the membrane is hyperpolarized. 40 20 .20 n -40 -80 Ire mem rane starts to epolariz oca Na+ channels close and K+ channels open Threshold voltage hyperpolarization Time (sec) -60 mv depolarization
Membrane Potential "Why are some cells electrically active?" Model 1: The Sodium/Potassium pump Outside (extracellular) Inside (intracellular) Outside (extracellular) Inside (intracellular) o o Outside (extracellular) Inside (intracellular ATP Sodium?
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L. Glycerol, C3H803, is a nonvolatile nonelectrolyte with a density of 1.26 g/mL at 25 oc. Calculate the vapour pressure at 25 oc of a solution made by adding 50.0 mL of glycerin to 500.0 mL of water. The vapor pressure of pure water at 250C is 23.8 torr. Summarising the given information: V(G1ycer01) = 50 mL = 0.05 L V(H20) = 500 mL = 0.5 L T = 25 oc Density(C3H803) = 1.26 g/mL at T = 25 oc PO(Glycerol) = 0 (because glycerol is non-volatile) PO(H20) = 23.8 torr The vapour pressure of the mixture will be entirely due to H20. From Raoult's Law: P(H20) = X(H20) x PO(H20) Where X(H20) is the mole fraction of 1--120. we need the mole fraction of H20. we need to calculate moles of glycerol and H20. mass(glycerol) = 50 mL x 1.26 g/mL = 63 g MW(g1ycer01) = 92.1 g/mol n(glycerol) = 63 + 92.1 = 0.684 mol mass(H20) = 500 g (Iml = lg at 25 00 MW(H20) = 18.0 g/mol = 500 + 18.0 = 27.8 mol X(H20) = 27.8 + (27.8 + 0.684) = 0.976 Applying Raoults law: P(H20) = 0.976 x 23.8 torr = 23.2 torr The vapour pressure of the solution is 23.2 torr. 2. Seawater is about 3.5% (by weight) dissolved solids, almost all of which is NaCl. Calculate the normal boiling point of seawater. The boiling point elevation constant Kb(H20) = 0.51 oc m-l To calculate boiling point elevation: ATb = i x Kb xm 3.5% by weight NaC1 = 3.5 g in 96.5 g H20 (i.e. 0.0965 kg) mass(NaCl) = 3.5 g MW(NaC1) = 58.44 g/mol n(NaC1) = 3.5 + 58.44 = 0.0599 mol m(NaC1) = 0.0599 + 0.0965 = 0.621 m The Van 't Hoff factor i for NaCl is 2 (assuming complete dissociation of Na+ and Cl- ions) ATb = 2 x 0.51 x 0.621 = 0.63 oc. • the boiling point of seawater = 100 + 0.63 = 100.63 oc. 3. The average osmotic pressure of blood is 7.7 atm at 25 oc. What concentration of glucose, C6H1206, will be isotonic with blood? Osmotic pressure = i x [MI x R x T where i = the Van 't Hoff factor [MI = concentration (Molar) R = Ideal gas constant T = Temperature (absolute scale) Given =7.7 atm = 780 kPa T = 25 oc = 298 K R = 8.314 L kPa K-1 mol-l i = 1 for glucose Need to solve for [glucose] [glucose] + (1 x 8.314 x 298) = 0.31 mol L-1 (Notice that units of kPa and K-l cancel) 4. The vapour pressure of water at 25 oc is 3167 Pa. A solution consisting of 18.913 grams of a non-volatile substance in 36 grams of water has a vapour pressure of 2697.6 Pa. What is the molecular weight of the solute? Given: PO(H20) = 3167 Pa mass(H20) = 36 g MW(H20) = 18.0 g mol-l mass(NVS) = 18.913 g (NV S is non-volatile substance) T = 25 oc P(H20) = 2697.6 Pa Use Raoult's Law: P(H20) = X(H20) x PO(H20) to solve for X(H20): X(H20) = P(H20) + PO(H20) = 2697.6 + 3167 = 0.8518 • mole fraction X of Nvs = 1 - 0.8518 = 0.1482 n(H20) = mass + MW = 36 + 18.0 = 2 mol X(NVS) = n(NVS) + {n(NVS) + n(H20)} • 0.1482 = n(NVS) + {n(NVS) + 2} • 0.1482 x {n(NVS) +2} = n(NVS) • 0.1482 x n(NVS) + 0.2964 = n(NVS) • 0.2964 = n(NVS) - 0.1482 x n(NVS) • 0.2964 = n(NVS) x 0.8518 n(NVS) = 0.2964 + 0.8518 = 0.3480 mol Using the mass, we can calculate MW(NVS): MW(NVS) = m(NVS) + n(NVS) = 18.913 + 0.3480 = 54.32 g mol-l
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Glycerin (C3H8O3) is a nonvolatile nonelectrolyte with a density of 1.26 g/mL at 25 °C. Calculate the vapor pressure at 25 °C of a solution made by adding 50.0 mL of glycerin to 500.0 mL of water. The vapor pressure of pure water at 25 °?

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Chapter 14—Education MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. In the United States, the coordinated national policy toward education for the gifted is called: a. home schooling. b. No Child Left Behind 11. c. There is no national policy for education of the gifted. d. de jure education. e. the Gifted and Talented Funding Act of 2008. ANS: C MSC: Factual REF: Issues in American Education OBJ: 14.6 According to the functionalist view, which of the following is NOT a function of education? a. transmitting cultural knowledge b. screening and tracking students c. teaching academic skills d. socializing children e. all of the above ANS: B MSC: Conceptual REF: Education: A Functionalist View OBJ: 14.1 The introduction of African American and women's history into our schools resulted largely from: a. community boards. b. political activism. c. economic need. d. the need for greater variety in what students learn. e. research by social scientists demonstrating the need. ANS: B MSC: Factual REF: The Conflict Theory View OBJ: 14.1 Proponents of bilingual education argue that it: a. maintains cultural boundaries that are important to social order. b. identifies the immigrant and foreign national children to authorities. c. eases the transition of non-English-speaking children into the all-English mainstream. d. helps identify immigrants with better aptitude. e. insures people get jobs after school. ANS: C MSC: Factual REF: Issues in American Education OBJ: 14.4 What was the basic message of the report titled A Nation At Risk? a. It attacked the Japanese educational system. b. It praised the American educational system. c. It encouraged schools to add more electives to the curriculum. d. It attacked the effectiveness of the American educational system. e. It found the European educational system superior to the American system. ANS: D MSC: Factual Introduction to Sociology 12e REF: Education: A Functionalist View OBJ: 14.1 ****** Result for Image/Page 2 ****** 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. The back-to-basics movement: a. focuses more on the fundamentals. b. encourages bilingual education. c. advocates a less structured school curriculum. d. discourages competency tests. e. stresses the development of social relations classes. ANS: A MSC: Factual REF: Education: A Functionalist View OBJ: The "back-to-basics" movement has improved: a. student ability in math. b. the scores of the lowest level-students. c. the performance of the gifted. d. the range of electives available to students. e. the abilities of students from diverse backgrounds to "get along." ANS: B MSC: Factual REF: Education: A Functionalist View OBJ: Today scientific research in the United States is a. more of a hobby than a career pursuit. b. typically done by undergraduate students. c. primarily supported by corporate and government funding. d. occurring almost exclusively in the area of computer science. e. most developed and funded in the social sciences. 14.1 14.1 14.1 ANS: C MSC: Factual REF: Education: A Functionalist View OBJ: The single most important factor contributing to continuing innovation in American society is the: a. work done by garage and basement hobbyists. b. continuous effort to recruit foreign geniuses. c. performance of high-caliber academic and research universities. d. increased attention to standardized testing in science education. e. raising the status of scientists to the level of national sports heroes. ANS: C MSC: Factual REF: Education: A Functionalist View OBJ: Which of the following is a latent function of education? a. providing child care b. teaching basic academic skills c. transmitting cultural knowledge d. generating innovation e. socializing students to become competent citizens and workers 14.1 14.1 ANS: A MSC: Factual REF: Education: A Functionalist View OBJ: One of the latent functions of the education system in the United States is: a. b. c. d. providing child care. providing children with a least one nutritious meal per day. slowing down the entry of young people into the workforce. all of the above Introduction to Sociology 12e ****** Result for Image/Page 3 ****** e. none of the above ANS: D REF: Education: A Functionalist View 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. MSC: Conceptual Since 1980, the majority of college students have been: a. female. b. black and Hispanic. c. older students. d. male. e. foreign students. OBJ: OBJ: 14.1 14.1 ANS: A MSC: Factual REF: Education: A Functionalist View As of 2011, what is the approximate total enrollment in two- and four-year colleges in the United States? a. 5.9 million b. 8.3 million c. 11 million d. 19.7 million e. 25.4 million ANS: D MSC: Factual REF: Education: A Functionalist View The fastest growing group of college students is currently: a. African Americans. b. people 25 years and older. c. working-class males just out of high school. d. high school dropouts. e. foreign students. OBJ: OBJ: ANS: B MSC: Factual REF: Education: A Functionalist View According to conflict theorists, schools: a. promote individualism in the name of maintaining order. b. socialize everyone to find success through a common curriculum. c. socialize students into values dictated by the powerful. d. make education fun for people for diverse backgrounds. e. level the playing field in the jobs market. OBJ: 14.1 14.1 14.2 ANS: C MSC: Conceptual REF: The Conflict Theory View Conflict theorists refer to the social attitudes and values taught in school that prepare children to accept the requirements of adult life and to fit into the social, political, and economic statuses the existing society
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