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Analyzing Scientific Data Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which rule describes what you should do when you're ready to read a multiple-choice question?

Question 2 2. The following image shows a cell undergoing cell division. To what stage does the letter 'B' refer?

Question 3 3. Using the image provided, what conclusion can be made about the trend in the number of families over geologic time?

Question 4 4. Which rule helps you identify the biological ideas that you'll need to reference in order to solve the problem?

Question 5 5. Which rule allows you to get oriented to the information in the problem?

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Question 6 6. The following graph depicts enzyme activity. To what is the green X referring? Please note that the enzyme concentration does not change, only the substrate concentration changes.

Question 7 7. According to the graph of Cairns climate below, how much rain falls in August?

Question 8 8. Oswald Avery ruled out RNA as the transforming principle by using _____ in the Avery-Griffith experiment..

Question 9 9. What is the range of temperature for Cairns in the month of December?

Question 10 10. During an exam, what should you do if you're having trouble visualizing the line graph that matches your data table?

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Question 11 11. Oswald Avery used _____ in order to rule out protein as the transforming principle in the Avery-Griffith experiment.

Question 12 12. The following graph shows a representative chart of a persons lung volume during normal breathing, then a full inhalation followed by a full exhalation. To what is 'A' referring in this graph?

Question 13 13. Which rule describes how you come to understand what a chart means and how to use it effectively?

Question 14 14. Which rule describes the very first thing you should do when encountering a problem involving a graph or chart?

Question 15 15. The following image shows a cell undergoing cell division. To what stage does the letter 'A' refer?

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Question 16 16. In the Avery-Griffith experiment, Oswald Avery knew that the sugar coat was NOT the transforming principle because transformation occurred when _____ was ABSENT.

Question 17 17. Oswald Avery answered the question he set out to investigate by showing that _____ was the transforming principle in the Avery-Griffith experiment.

Question 18 18. What did the Avery-MacLeod-McCarty experiment prove? Refer to the picture below to remind you of the experiment.

Question 19 19. The following graph shows a representative chart of a persons lung volume during normal breathing, then a full inhalation followed by a full exhalation. To what is 'A' referring in this graph?

Question 20 20. What were Oswald Avery's objective results in the Avery-Griffith experiment?

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Question 21 21. Which rule keeps you from getting distracted by incorrect choices in a multiple-choice question?

Question 22 22. Looking at the graph below, which of the following statements is NOT true?

Question 23 23. Which concepts would you NOT have needed to remember for the problem with the dialysis bags?

Question 24 24. The image below summarizes the Griffith experiment. Which of the following statements is true with regard to this experiment?

Question 25 25. The following chart depicts the fossil record of soft-bodied corals. In which period did the Heliolitida coral become extinct?

Analyzing Scientific Data Chapter Exam Instructions

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