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e idea of “least squares” in regression (you need to fully read pp. 200-208 to understand). 3) What does it mean if b = 0? 4) What does it mean when r-squared is 0? What does it mean when r-squared is 1? 5) What is the difference in an unstandardized regression coefficient and the standardized regression coefficient? 6) If a report says test performance was predicted by number of cups of coffee (b = .94), what does the .94 mean? Interpret this. (For every one unit increase in ___,There is an increase in ___ ) 7) If F (2,344) = 340.2, p < .001, then what is this saying in general about the regression model? (see p. 217) 8) Why should you be cautious in using unstandardized beta? (p. 218) 9) (Ch. 8) Explain partial correlation in your own words. In your explanation, explain how it is different from zero-order correlation (aka Pearson r). 10) (Ch. 9) What is the F statistic used to determine in multiple regression? 11) What is F when the null hypothesis is true? 12) In Table 9.4, which variable(s) are statistically significant predictors? 13) In Table 9.4, explain what it means if health motivation has b = .36 in terms of predicting number of exercise sessions per week. 14) What is the benefit of interpreting standardized beta weights? (see p. 264). 15) What happens if your predictor variables are too closely correlated? 16) Reflect on your learning. What has been the most difficult? How did you get through it? What concepts are still fuzzy to you? Is there anything you could share with me that would help me address how you learn best?
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. From the Harry S Truman Papers, Harry S Truman Library, Independence, Missouri. Henry Wallace, a former Vice President of the United States, was a critical observer of US policies during the start of the Cold War. He believed US actions were as much to blame as Soviet actions in the starting of the Cold War. “How do American actions since V-J Day appear to other nations? I mean by actions the concrete things like \$13 billion for the War and Navy Departments, the Bikini tests of the atomic bomb and continued production of bombs, the plan to arm Latin America with our weapons, production of B-29s and planned production of B-36s, and the effort to secure air bases spread over half the globe from which the other half of the globe can be bombed. I cannot but feel that these actions must make it look to the rest of the world as if we were only paying lip service to peace at the conference table. These facts rather make it appear either (1) that we are preparing ourselves to win the war which we regard as inevitable or (2) that we are trying to build up a predominance of force to intimidate the rest of mankind. How would it look to us if Russia had the atomic bomb and we did not, if Russia had 10,000-mile bombers and air bases within a thousand miles of our coastlines, and we did not? Our basic distrust of the Russians, … stems from differences in political and economic organization…I am convinced that we can meet that challenge as we have in the past by demonstrating that economic abundance can be achieved without sacrificing personal, political and religious liberties. Our actions to expand our military security system-such steps as extending the Monroe Doctrine to include the arming of the Western Hemisphere nations, our present monopoly of the atomic bomb, our interest in outlying bases and our general support of the British Empire-appear to them as going far beyond the requirements of defense.” Henry A. Wallace, Letter Sent to President Truman, July 23, 1946 Primary Source Document Questions: 1) What is the main idea contained within this document? (4 marks) 2) What is going on in the country/world when this document was written? (3 marks) 3) Is this document a reliable source? Why or why not? (Is there bias?) (3 marks) 4) What are 2 facts that you have learned in class or on your own that you can connect to this document? (2 marks) 5) How does this primary source contribute to our understanding of the time frame and/or history? (3 marks)
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earn about it independently. I am hiring you to learn all that you can about it and put together a report that will summarize all the information so that I can learn as much as I can in as little time as possible. Here is what you need to include in your report: An explanation of air pollution. What is air pollution? // Explain 4 causes of air pollution. Explain 2 sources of air pollution. What are the toxins or pollutants that contaminate the air? Explain at least 5 effects of air pollution on human health and/or the environment. Explain 3 solutions to stopping air pollution. What can be done by the government or private organizations? Work cited page should also be included, listing all the sources you used to get your information. THIS REPORT SHOULD BE TYPED AND ORGANIZED IN 5 OR MORE PARAGRAPHS. READ THE RUBRIC BELOW CAREFULLY TO UNDERSTAND HOW THIS PROJECT WILL BE GRADED!! WORKS CITED PAGE General guidelines for citing sources: List entries alphabetically by author (if no author list title first) Separate entries with periods General format: Author, last name first. "Webpage title." Website title. Date published/updated. Organization/publisher. Date accessed. < URL > Example: Landsberger, Joseph. “Citing Websites." Study Guides and Strategies . 12 May 2005. University of X. 13 May 2005. < http://www.studygs.net/citation.htm >. These websites will format your citations for you: http://citationmachine.net/ & http://easybib.com/ **You should use google slides or powtoons to put together your information. You should have a minimum of 6 slides not including the title slide with your name.** DUE FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 2020 Rubric Criteria Points Information Included Three or more required elements are missing (not including additional facts). (20 points) 1 or 2 required elements are missing (not including additional facts). (30 points) All required information is present, but no additional information is given. (40 points) All required information is present, including two additional facts. (50 points) _________ Quality of information Information has little or nothing to do with the main topic OR sections do not provide any supporting detail or explanation. (5 points) Information clearly relates to the topic, but some sections are lacking detail and explanation. (10 points) Information clearly relates to the main topic and all sections include some supporting detail and explanation. (15 points) Information clearly relates to the main topic and all sections include significant supporting details and explanation. (20 points) ________ Format Title page is not present at all AND/OR there are errors in typing, spacing, no picture, etc. (5 points) Product has improperly formatted title page AND/OR no picture or not creative. (8 points) Product has incorrectly formatted title page and has pictures. (12 points) Product has a title page in the proper format, has pictures and is creative. (15 points) ________ Spelling/Grammar 5 or more grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors present throughout the product. (2 points) 3-4 grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors present throughout the product. (3 points) 1-2 grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors present throughout the product. (4 points) No grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors present throughout the product. (10 points) ________ Works Cited Works Cited page not present. (2 points) All sources are documented with 3-4 errors in format OR Works Cited is not done a separate page. (3 points) Works Cited is done on a separate page and all sources are documented with 1-2 errors in format. (4 points) Works Cited is done on a separate, properly headed page with all sources documented in proper Works Cited format. (5 points) ________ Total _____/100
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your knowledge and understanding of significant concepts in Biology and Chemistry. Describe the relationship of some or all of the significant concepts that you identify through the use of a specific example. General Format of the Presentation: Twelve Slides (Minimum). Two Appropriate and Interesting Videos - length of the video must be reasonable and content must be focused. Three interactive links must be included. Appropriate and well-placed pictures and illustrations. 1 - 2 uses of audio recordings - i.e. you describing knowledge that contributes to your Presentation. Minimal use of text alone. Multimedia used to convey knowledge and understanding on each slide. Content: 3 Big Ideas in Biology - *must include the basic unit of life, the Cell, and why it is important to the structure, function, and evolution of life on Earth. 3 Big Ideas in Chemistry - *must include the basic unit of matter, the Atom, and why it is important to the structure, function, and evolution of life on Earth. Specific Example: Pick Your Own Example that combines some or all of your big ideas from Biology and Chemistry and describe how those big ideas affect the structure, function, and evolution of your example. Example 1: The Ocean Think of the ocean as a biome made up of non-living and living things. How do your big ideas in biology and chemistry relate to the structure, function, and evolution of the oceans? Include descriptions (examples) of the relationship between the non-living (chemistry) and living (biology) things in oceans. Example 2: A Bear Think of a bear as a living organism that is made up of and relies upon non-living (chemistry) and living (biology) things. What is the bear made up of? Cells that form ________ that form _________ that form _________ that form the bear. What does a bear eat? What nutrients does a bear get from the specific foods that it eats? How do these nutrients (chemical elements of a bear’s diet) contribute to the growth, function, and structure of the bear? **You may use one of the examples provided or pick your own. Steps: Step 1: Identify 3 big ideas in Biology ( 1 idea must be the Cell, basic unit of life) Step 2: Identify 3 big ideas in Chemistry (1 idea must be the Atom, basic unit of matter) Step 3: Choose your specific example. Step 4: Slide 1 - Project Title Slide. Step 5: Slides 2 - 11 (minimum) - Body of Project. Step 6: Slide 12 - Conclusion. Step 7: Turn in your presentation for my revisions. Step 8: Revise. Step 9: Turn in your final research project presentation for grading.
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he majority of cells involved in the epidermis, hair follicles/hair growth, and nail synthesis/nail growth. How does the structure of spongy bone support the function of the red bone marrow contained within said bone? How do bones, synovial fluid, tendons, ligaments, and articular cartilage work together to allow synovial joint movement? Please explicitly include the bone feature that allows for tendon/ligament attachment. What is the difference in function between the vertebrae and the intervertebral disks in the vertebral column? Please discuss both the connective tissue subtype for each of these features and how the composition of their extracellular matrix contributes to function Describe the extracellular matrix of bone to someone who isn't familiar with anatomy (this should be a general description of appearance/tactile nature, no specific mention of cells or function is needed) How does hair contribute to the sensory role of the integumentary system? (A short explanation is all that is needed, no in-depth description of associated structures is required for full credit) Back when he was 16, Jordan left eye orbit floor was fractured in a bizarre fencing accident, leaving a few fragments behind inside his skull. Assuming the floor was punctured from above in the maxillary bone and no additional bones were broken, where did the bone fragments end up in his skull? (This should be a particular space in the skull, not a separate bone where the fragments are embedded The skeletal and integumentary systems rely heavily on collagen for function - describe one or more features other than ligaments that involve collagen, and how you would expect function to change in someone with EDS that affected the relevant subtype of collagen
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ies examined in class. This paper is not a literature review, though a literature review is part of your work. As this course takes place in a compressed timeline, I provided some suggestions for research topics. Feel free to use one of these as a springboard or propose your own. At the end of the second week of class, students submit a three-page research paper prospectus. A research prospectus is a preliminary plan for conducting a study. This is not a detailed and technical research proposal, but rather, an analysis of the issues likely confronted in such a study. In essence, it is a preliminary proposal of work. Research Paper Prospectus Elements To complete the Research Paper Prospectus, consider the following elements. While the prospectus is limited to three pages of body content, remember, students must cover each of these areas as relevant to the plan for research: Research Problem. What is the research problem? A problem is a situation when left untreated, produces a negative consequence for a group, an institution, or a(n) individual(s). What makes it a problem? For whom? Who says so? Assumptions. On what assumptions is the work based? Which assumptions are verifiable in literature? Which assumptions are speculative? Theoretical Issues. What theoretical issues arise from the study? For example, "theoretically," how is the problem and suspected results explained to other scholars? Is there a behavior view? A social systems view? Are there other theoretical orientations to consider in the study's design? Literature Review. What, in general, does the literature say about the topic? While more development is expected for the final paper, a review of major theories, research, and writers in the field is needed. Research Questions. Based on the problem, what are the research questions to be answered? How and why will answering the questions contribute to solving the research problem? Remember....a research question can only be answered with empirical data or information. General Research Plan. In general, what research is necessary to answer the research question. What kind of data is needed? Specify the type, such as surveys, observations, or interviews. Who is to be studied and why? How is the data reduced and made sense of? How is the quality of the data assured? Anticipated Difficulties and Pitfalls. What kind of difficulties and pitfalls are expected in a study of this nature? What can be done to prevent them or minimize their effects? Anticipated Benefits. Who will benefit from the fact this research is undertaken? How? Why? Who might be disturbed by this proposed study? How? Why? Paper Format Requirements The Research Paper Prospectus is presented in standard APA 7 format, with a cover page, running head, body, and references list. The cover page and references do not count toward the three-page requirement. The body uses headers and in-text citations in the manner prescribed by APA. Students should include any references they know at the time they submit the prospectus, though it is expected the references may change or increase in number. Full and complete adherence to APA is required. APA Basics As APA format is the rule, remember the formatting rules shown on the Sample Paper (Links to an external site.): Times New Roman, 12pt 1" margins on all sides Double spaced, with extra line spaces removed (see below) Page numbers in the upper right Two spaces after concluding punctuation 150-250 word abstract with keywords APA-style in-text citations and quote format. Use the Purdue OWL in-text citation information (Links to an external site.)to help you. Alphabetical (by author) reference page with correct reference format. DO NOT trust the reference generator in your word processing program. It is WRONG! Use the Purdue OWL references information (Links to an external site.)to correctly structure references and do so manually.
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