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GENETICS Millie bought three packages of zinnia seeds for red, orange and yellow flowers. She planted 34 seeds for red flowers, 33 for orange flowers, and 31 for yellow flowers in separate peat pots, but neglected to label the pots. What would be the probability that a peat pot picked at random would contain a seed for a yellow or an orange flowered plant? Solution The formula for probability is equal to (no of desired outcome / total no of outcomes) According to this the formula it would be For yellow pot = 31/ 98. For Orange pot = 33/98..

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Chorismate 3-glycero phosphate Relying on the above pathway for bil of tryptophan, fii in the
table below to osynthesis predict growth or failure to grow When defective in each of the are
placed on media supplemented with the Dom Mutant trpA trpB trpC trpD trpE Supplement
Anthranilic acid Tryptophan and indole (Graded as right minus wrong)
Solution
Suppliment/Mutant trpA trpB trpC trpD trpE None -ve -ve -ve -ve -ve Anthranilic acid -ve -
ve -ve -ve +ve Indole -ve +ve +ve +ve +ve tryptophan +ve +ve +ve +ve +ve tryptophan and
Indole +ve +ve +ve +ve +ve.

A form of favoritism where you give preferential treatment to your f.pdf

A form of favoritism where you give preferential treatment to your family members is called
Solution
This kind of favoritism is referred to as Nepotism.This term finds its origin back to the catholic
popes and bishops who used to to put their nephews on important tasks and dignified positions.
Broadly speaking, this kind of favoritism is favored upon close and dear relatives, family
members in various fields like politics, sports, organisations and particularly in employement..

2.Describe a technique that would allow a developmental biologist to.pdf

2.Describe a technique that would allow a developmental biologist to visualize the expression of
developmental genes in space and time. Be sure to describe how it works in as much information
as you can remember or give an example.
3.Describe (briefly) ONE historical experiment provided by Hans Driesch which refuted the
most accepted cell specification mechanism of the time period (1800s).
4.In developmental biology researchers often want to ‘drive’ gene expression within developing
tissues – sometimes expressing genes in different locations or at different times of development
so as to demonstrate the gene’s role during normal development. What research tools could you
use to ‘drive’gene expression of Your Gene of Interest (YGI)? Explain.
5.What does it mean to be genetically equivalent? Describe how cloning demonstrates this?
6.Experiments with Xenopus (frog) in the late 1950s demonstrated that cells within the 3 germ
layers had an affinity for each other and thus indicated that they had differentiated enough to be
“biased” toward a specific cell layer (endoderm, mesoderm, ectoderm). Describe an experiment
that demonstrated how the 3 different layers of the gastrula have an affinity for each other.
7.Morphogenesis involves the orchestration of Cell Affinity, Cell Adhesion, and Cell Migration.
How do the adhesive molecules play a role as cells of the embryo change their affinity for one
another?
please help...
Solution
The best technique developed to visualise the expression of developmental genes is OPT (
OPTICAL PROJECTION TOMOGRAPHY).
It has the ability to generate 3d images of non floroscent signals which helps to capture the
expression of gene and histology using traditional tissue strains upto the resolution of 5
um×5um×5um within the 3d context of whole embryo between 0.5 to 15mm in depth.
It is quite inexpensive technique , even cheaper than confocal microscopes..

4. Smircich and Morgan (1982), in an earlier reading, identified “le.pdf

4. Smircich and Morgan (1982), in an earlier reading, identified “learned helplessness” as a
possible negative outgrowth of leadership. What is learned helplessness and how might
leadership contribute to this state?
Solution
Learned helplessness means \"a condition in which a person suffers from a sense of
powerlessness, arising from a traumatic event or persistent failure to succeed. It is thought to be
one of the underlying causes of depression.\"
Leadership does make the difference:
A leader can have so much influence over whether his/her team is vital, alive and kicking goals,
or being apathetic.
Without being aggressive or blaming, call it when you see it. You don\'t want people becoming
defensive so choose your words carefully..

You are required to write an interactive C program that prompts the .pdf

Write an essay on the Chernobyl nuclear accident, explaining why such an accident is unlikely to
happen to a power plant in the United States.
Solution
The nuclear power plant disaster in the town of Chernobyl in 1986 came to have major impact on
the environment and the population of the European continent. Due to the lack of security and
financial resources, the Chernobyl plant was considered unsafe before the accident; one was able
to prevent the accident from happening, as the old Soviet regime would not let any nuclear
specialists from the west into the country. As a result, current winds following the disaster
brought radioactive particles to Scandinavia and northwestern Europe, which came to have much
greater impact than if the winds would have been blowing in another direction.
According to De Boer and Catsburg (1997), the Chernobyl accident was not the first incident at
a nuclear plant. In 1979, the nuclear plant at Three Mile Island in Pennsylvania had troubles, as
well as the nuclear plant at Sellafield in Great Britain 1985. The accident in Chernobyl
concerned people’s opinion about safety issues related to nuclear plants (Catsburg, De Boer
254). Much of the information about the Chernobyl disaster has been kept secret from people
outside the former republic of Russia, but since the breakdown of the Soviet Union, a lot of
information has become available to the west.
Nuclear power is a fantastic energy source as it is efficient and leaves minimal chemical
pollution, which can be minimized if it is done right. It is extremely effective and consistent, but
what if something goes wrong? The oppositional forces to nuclear power received free
advertising due to the disaster and the question about nuclear power was once again a subject for
discussion..

Which plant cell organelle contains its own DNA and ribosome A) Golg.pdf

Which of the following are typically used as input devices? A. Printer, USB flash drive, web
camera B. Memory, motherboard, speaker C. Modern, system unit, CD drive D. Mouse,
microphone, scanner
Solution
which of the following are typically used as input devices
Answer:D
Mouse,microphone,scanner
are typically used as input devices.

A living plant leaf is an open system that exchanges energy (sunligh.pdf

A living plant leaf is an open system that exchanges energy (sunlight and thermal flows) +
matter (O2, CO2, water vapor, etc.) with the surroundings (the exterior). Even with irreversible
processes (energy dissipation) we find that the net entropy change for the system + surroundings
can decrease; i.e. dS < 0. Using equations and your own critical thinking:
a) Explain how this is possible in terms of deS and diS.
b) Explain how the Second Law remains valid for this case.
Solution
Kindly go through below details for entropy to clear concepts about entropy.
According to the principle of entropy , the entropy change of the universe i.e system +
surroundings can never have a negative value. i.e [(dS ) system + (dS) surroundings] >or = 0
always
(dS) universe > 0 => Irreversible process
(dS) universe = 0 => reversible process
(dS) universe < 0 => Impossible
So, it is impossible to have dS<0 for system and universe unlike mentioned by you in the
question.
Now let us analyse entropy change of system
Entropy change of the system is summation of entropy change due to internal irreversibilty and
entropy change due to external interaction. i.e dS = (dS) iir +(dS) ei = S gen (entopy generation)
+ dQ/T
CASE I : If sytem is reversible than value of entropy generation is zero and Entropy change of
system is given by
dS= dQ/T
( A ) if heat is supplied to system then dQ/T >0 and hence entropy change of
system is having positive value i.e dS >0
(B)if heat is rejected from system then dQ/T <0 and hence entropy change of
system is having negative value i.e dS <0
(C) if system is adiabatic or well insulated system then dQ/T =0 and hence
entropy change of system is having zero value i.e dS =0
NOTE : ENTROPY CHANGE OF THE SYSTEM MAY HAVE +VE, -VE OR ZERO VALUE
BUT ENTROPY CHANGE OF THE UNIVERSE CAN NEVER HAVE NEGATIVE VALUE.
CASE II :IF system is irreversible than the entropy change is given by dS = (dS)iir + (dS) ei
or dS = S (gen ) + dQ/T
(A) if the system is adibatic then dQ=0 therefore dS = (dS)iir =S (gen)
and we know that the value of entropy generation can never be negative.
(B) If the system is not adiabatic and the increase in internal ireversibilty is
compensated by decrease in external interaction than the value of entropy changes can be zero i.e
iscentropic
dS = (dS)iir { increases) + (dQ/T)ei { decreases}
e.g. 0 = 5 - 5
Now after discussing you must be clear that what is being wrongly/ mistakenly mentioned in the
question.
Consider the leaf as an irreversible sytem due to various process occuring for the conversion for
one form of energy into another and also the transfer of heat occurs between systen ( leaf here)
and surroundings and we can say heat is absorbed by the system here
therefore entropy change of the system, dS > 0 since {(dS)iir >0 and also (dQ/T) ei >0 }
and (dS) system + surrunding > 0 always for an irreversible process.

Which of the following are typically used as input devices A. Print.pdf

What was going on in your endocrine system before the chair dropped, due to longer term stress
about your exam? Do you think this affected your response to the chair?
Solution
Thanks for the question.
I am assuming here that the individual was sitting on the chair when the chair dropped. Thus the
endocrine response of the body during this time is being evaluated.
1. Long term stress about the exam can effect the insulin production by the pancreas . The insulin
production, if increased can cause hypoglycemia resulting in fainting and chair drop. Decreased
insulin production will result in hyperglycemia which can again cause dizziness and fainting and
can cause you to fall from the chair.
2. Epinephrine and norepinephrine levels are increase. This can cause an increase in heart rate
and blood pressure which can also cause dizziness and fainting and cause the chair drop.
Regards.

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What are the four stages of annealing?
Solution
Annealing, in metallurgy and materials science, is a heat treatment that alters the physical and
sometimes chemical properties of a material to increase its ductility and reduce itshardness,
making it more workable. It involves heating a material to above its recrystallization
temperature, maintaining a suitable temperature, and then cooling.
In annealing, atoms migrate in the crystal lattice and the number of dislocations decreases,
leading to the change in ductility and hardness.
The four stages of the annealing process that proceed as the temperature of the material is
increased are: recovery, recrystallization,grain growth and saturation period
1)The first stage isrecovery, and it results in softening of the metal through removal of primarily
linear defects called dislocations and the internal stresses they cause. Recovery occurs at the
lower temperature stage of all annealing processes and before the appearance of new strain-free
grains. The grain size and shape do not change.
2) The second stage isrecrystallization, where new strain-free grains nucleate and grow to replace
those deformed by internal stresses.If annealing is allowed to continue once recrystallization has
completed, then grain growth (the third stage) occurs.
3) In grain growth, the microstructure starts to coarsen and may cause the metal to lose a
substantial part of its original strength. This can however be regained with hardening.
4) Saturation of the phase formation process and damage of the plate surface will occur..

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we have a m*n Matrix.
if element [i][j] is the minimum in row (i) and maximum in column (j), we call it saddle.
I want an effiecient algorithm to find saddle element in the Matrix and also Order of the
algorithm.
Solution
#include
using namespace std;
const int MAX = 100;
bool findSaddlePoint(int mat[MAX][MAX], int n)
{
for (int i = 0; i < n; i++)
{
int min_row = mat[i][0], col_ind = 0;
for (int j = 1; j < n; j++)
{
if (min_row > mat[i][j])
{
min_row = mat[i][j];
col_ind = j;
}
} int k;
for (k = 0; k < n; k++)
if (min_row < mat[k][col_ind])
break;
if (k == n)
{
cout << \"Value of Saddle Point \" << min_row;
return true;
}
}
return false;
}
int main()
{
int mat[MAX][MAX] = {{1, 2, 3},
{4, 5, 6},
{7, 8, 9}};
int n = 3;
if (findSaddlePoint(mat, n) == false)
cout << \"No Saddle Point \";
return 0;
}.

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Using Python
3. Solve the following problems by writing a small program: a) Three people ate dinner at a
restaurant and want to split the bill. The total is $35.27, and they want to leave a 15 percent tip.
How much should each person pay? b) Calculate the area and perimeter of a rectangular room,
12.5 meters by 16.7 meters.
Solution
Answer:A
bill=35.27
tips = bill*0.15
print \"Total bill is : %f\"%(bill+tips)
Output:
Total bill is : 40.560500
Answer:B
def area(length, width):
return length*width
def perimeter(length,width):
return 2*(length+width)
length = 12.5
width = 16.7
print \"Area of a rectangular room is: %f\"%area(length,width)
print \"Perimeter of a rectangular room is: %f\"%perimeter(length,width)
Output:
Area is: 208.750000
Perimeter is: 58.400000.

Topology - Imbeddings of Manifolds Prove that every manifold is regu.pdf

There are two Chevrolet dealers in Jamestown, New York. The mean monthly sales at Sharkey
Chevy and Dave White Chevrolet are about the same. However, Tom Sharkey, the owner of
Sharkey Chevy, believes his sales are more consistent. Below are the numbers of new cars sold
at Sharkey in the last 7 months and for the last 8 months at Dave White. Do you agree with Mr.
Sharkey? Use the 0.01 significance level.
101
State the decision rule for 0.01 significance level
What is the value of F?
There is more variation of the monthly sales True/FalseSharkey98785457686470Dave
White75818130824658
101
State the decision rule for 0.01 significance level
What is the value of F?
There is more variation of the monthly sales True/False
Solution
State the decision rule for 0.01 significance level
It is a one-tailed test.
The degree of freedom df1=n1-1=7-1=6
The degree of freedom df2=n2-1=8-1=7
Given a=0.01, the critical value isF(0.99, df1=6, df2=7) =7.19 (from F table)
The rejection region is if F>7.19, we reject the null hypothesis.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
What is the value of F?
F= s1^2/s2^2
=14.79^2/22.95^2
=0.42
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
There is more variation of the monthly sales True/False
Since F=0.42 is less than 7.19, we do not reject the null hypothesis.
So answer is FalseSharkeyDave White69.8669.25mean14.7922.95std. dev.78n.

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There are N towns T_1.....T_N and a cost matrix C where is the cost of moving directly from
T_i, to T_f, for I, j^1.....N and = 0 for i= 1...N. Starling from T_i it is required to find the lowest
cost route to T_N. including as many intermediate cities on the route as are required. Show how
this problem may be formulated in terms of Dynamic Programming and show how the method of
successive approximations (e.g., the N point problem) may be used to provide a solution. Taking
care to provide the necessary equations and also describe the necessary steps.
Solution
Dynamic programming is defined as dividing the given main problem into sub problems such
that the solutions defined for these sub problems are used to compute the result of given main
problem.
Now in this problem a function is used to compute the lowest cost edge among all its neighbours
and it is considered as subproblem.
First T1 is sent as input for this subproblem and identifies the low cost route among all its
neighbours and the node selected will be given for this subproblem function and this process
continues untill the final node is reached..
These succesive approximation of finding the smallest route among the neighbours of one node
and based on this value next node will be selected and above process will be done and this will
continue till the selected node is final node ... We can also add concept of backtracking in this
process and identify all possible paths to the destination and then compare all the values and
return the route with lowest cost...

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The Lisa Frank store in Fayette Mall had total sales of $1,800,000. The stationery department
sales were 15% of the store’s total sales. The apparel department sales were 45% of total sales.
What were the dollar sales for the stationery department?
Solution
The dollar sales for the stationery department were:
= $1,800,000 × 15%
= $270,000.

113 Amps Whitis ite signfiance of frequency X A) This is the.pdf

113 Amps Whitis ite signfiance of frequency \"X?\" A) This is the \"tical\"cntll icy ()At this
freqaency the outpa power equnls the injpa IC)A: this frequency the odput pawct epais CdB
D)Al this frequency Vout-Wm 13.) Show All Work For Credit!
Solution
(10)
attached figure is a low pass filter (LPF) becuase it is allowing low frequencies only at high
frequencies it is becoming to zero.

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Solve triangle ABC. (Round the length to three declmal places and the angles to one decimal
place.) 13 21 120 Need Help?W Need Help? WacTalk tos Tutor Save Progress Another Version
28. O-1.65 points STrig2 3.6.012 Solve triangle ABC. (Round your answers to one decimal
place.) 4B 12 40 41
Solution
1) let b = 13, a= 21
length AB = c = ?
angle C = 120 degree
from law of cosine:
c2 = b2 + a2 -2 *b*a* cos C
c2 = ( 13)2 + ( 21)2 - 2*13*21*cos ( 120)
c = 29.715 units
from law of sine:
sin A / a = sin B/b = sin C/c
from sin A/ a = sin C/c
sin A = ( a/c)* sin C
sin A = ( 21 / 29.715) * sin ( 120)
sin A = 0.6120
A = sin-1 ( 0.6120) = 37.7 degree
B = 180 - A - C
B = 180 - 37.7 - 120 = 22.3 degree
------------------------------------------------------
2) let b = 12
a = 40
c = 41
from law of cosine:
cos C = a2 + b2 - c2 / 2*a*b
= 402 + 122 - 412 / ( 2*40*12)
cos C = 0.0656
C = 86.2 degree
cos A = b2 + c2 - a2 / 2*b*c
= 122 + 412 - 402 / ( 2*12*41)
cos A = 0.2286
A = 76.8 degree
B = 180 - 86.2 - 76.8 = 17.0 degree.

Simplified 2017 Income StatementSimplified 2017 Balance SheetMa.pdf

Santelle Company expects August sales to be $30,000. Approximately 40% of sales are cash
sales. Collection of credit sales are 50% in the month of sale, 40% in the month following sale
and 5% two months following sale. The remaining 5% is uncollectible. ________ is the expected
cash collection in August from August sales.
A) $9,000
B) $12,000
C) $21,000
D) $36,000
Answer: C
can you please explain to me how the answer is c?
Solution
Calculate expected cash collection in august from august sales :
so answer is c) $21000AugustCash sales august (30000*40%)12000Credit sales collection
(30000*60%*50%)9000Total cash collection in august from august sales21000.

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Prove that if m, n N, then sigma^n_k = 0 k(m + k m) = (m + n + 1 m + 1) - (m + n+ 1 m + 2).
Solution
Either some of the information is not provided. Or if the statement is complete, then this equality
is not correct. So there is no point to prove it. Because LHS and RHS are not equal. You can
check by taking n=1.
LHS becomes m+1 whereas EHS becomes 0
m -1.

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This document provides financial data and calculations for 4 stocks (AAPL, AMZN, XOM, WMT) from 2012-2017. It includes:
1. The expected monthly rates of return and standard deviation for each stock.
2. The covariance between monthly rates of return for each pair of stocks.
3. A covariance matrix showing the covariance between each stock and index.
The document provides this data to analyze the risk and return of a portfolio containing these stocks.

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our original model was pv^n =C where n is an exponent and C is a constant use the p and V data
sent to you Previous it was shown that, if using log-log paper, a straight line could be drawn
showing the relationship between volume and pressure A regression analysis will do even a
better job of analysis But keep in mind that bo is in terms of a log. So taking the antilog of bo
will give the real value for Bo where your Bo is really C Show your work in determining Bo and
B1
Solution
we have
logP=logC-n*logV
and -n = B1,logC=B0
then
logP=B0-B1logV
logP=B0-2B1 (answer).

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113 Amps Whitis ite signfiance of frequency X A) This is the.pdf

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