help me understand how these two work.
I think they both worth by donating hydrogen ions. If a reduction reagent can be used in a reaction, can electrolysis always be substituted in its place because it works by the same mechanism?
Also, what is the difference in properties of different reduction reagents. For example magnesium vs zinc, they are both electropositive elemental metals. So will they always react the same but just at different rates?
A (refresher), linear regression, logistic regression, multivariate regression, chi square test (refresher), and more. CLT is a given, so are probability distributions;
I eat MC simulations for breakfast. I only work in Excel; not so much interest in Crystal Ball and other add-ins; I have created my own VBA Excel functions such as Spearman(), triangularprobabilitydist() and PoissonInv().
So hit me with what you got, I am up to the challenge. looking for some fun and challenging time.
Availability evenings and weekends; looking at 20+ hours of tutoring over next 6 weeks.
I am in desperate need of help. There questions are in accordnce wih the AUDITORY CORTEX 1. How is sound intensity encoded? (I am not sure if these means how is it measured...?) What is a rate level function? What is the tonotopic map of the cochlea? What is a tuning curve ? What is the best frequency? What is the threshold ? What is the Volley Theory? I have an idea of the material since it was review in class but the PowerPoint slides are hard to understand. 2. Describe the concept of sound localization and the coincidence detection model of binaural processing occuring in the superior olivary nucleus that mediates sound source localization? (I don't even know where to start with that one) 3. Distinguish between the neural circuit processing intetnaural time differences intetnaural level differences? How and where are the signals compared? (I understand the level vs time difference but I do not know about the neural circuit processing... And what does it mean by where are the signals compared?) 4. Understand the gross organization of the auditory cortex: primary AI and secondary AII auditory cortex, tonotopic organization. I am using the textbook brain and behavior 4th edition by Bob Garrett and also the review PowerPoint slides given to the class but it is mostly charts and graphs