Science

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Draw all the structural (constitutional) isomers of the alcohols with the formula C4H10O. Use skeletal formula for your diagrams.

Part One: Draw all the structural (constitutional) isomers of the alcohols with the formula C4H10O. Use skeletal formula for your diagrams.   ...

Identify any molecules that can exist as stereoisomers and draw these stereoisomers.

Draw all the structural (constitutional) isomers of the alcohols with the formula C4H10O. Use skeletal formula for your diagrams.     ...

Handwritten and scanned solutions (.pdf format ONLY to be submitted) are acceptable for online submission

Be sure to show all of your math and tell me what you are doing in your own words. • Be sure to put in units where applicable and make sure I can follow your math! • Handwritten and scanned solutions (.pdf format ONLY to be submitted) are acceptable for online submission! No need to type if you don’t want to! • Be sure to but a square box around your final answer for each calculation question...

Evaluate the performance of the selected model using the given test set available underWeek 13 module (img.zip folder includes 10 images), and calculate the top1-accuracyand top5-accuracy for that.

Use Keras to load one of the deep CNN models trained on the ILSVRC-2012-CLSimage classification dataset (ImageNet). Load the model VGG19(a) Evaluate the perfo...

Glycolysis and gluconeogenesis are essentially the same pathways run in reverse. If this is the case, explain why different enzymes are needed for some of the steps of the two pathways.

Glycolysis and gluconeogenesis are essentially the same pathways run in reverse. If this is the case, explain why different enzymes are needed for some of the steps of the two pathways. Describe how this feature allows for regulation of these two pathways....

For the final project for this course you will design a new interactive visualization (that solves a problem or sheds light on a dataset).

For the final project for this course you will design a new interactive visualization (that solves a problem or sheds light on a dataset). The aim is to apply visualization techniques you have learned to an interesting problem. The design must follow good information visualization practices, as we've discussed all semester in class. Your projects should consider the proper use of visualization components such as color, size, position, anima...

Try different processing schemes to best enhance/improve the images. Use mfiles or macros to keep track of your schemes.

Try different processing schemes to best enhance/improve the images. Use mfiles or macros to keep track of your schemes. Decide on the best and present a m-file or macro for each image. (Record macros using (Plugins/Macros/Record), and then click "Create". When the recorder is open, each menu command you use generates a macro run() function call). Save as a txt file, and edit if you want. Use “//” to insert comments....

Balance the following nuclear reactions and specific the type of radioactive decay beside it.

1. Balance the following nuclear reactions and specific the type of radioactive decay beside it. 2. 13.2 g of rocket fuel are burned in a calorimeter containing 500. mL of water. The temperature of water increases from 12.0°C to 82.0°C. Calculate the total heat produced (J) and the heat of combustion (J/g) of the rocket fuel....

The goal of this final report is to demonstrate your skills in (R) markdown, git/GitHub, and the Linux command line (bash) to analyze data and prepare a technical report on the results.

BTEC640 Final Report Specifications The goal of this final report is to demonstrate your skills in (R) markdown, git/GitHub, and the Linux command line (bash) to analyze data and prepare a technical report on the results. The analysis will be on data related to the COVID–19 pandemic, including sequencing data as well as tabular data of case numbers, etc. This is the culmination of all we have learned in the course.This report should be written such that it could be read and unde...

You must answer the questions in this exam on your own without help from anyone inside or outside this class. You are free to use your lecture notes and the Problem Sets to help you solve the numerical problems.

Instructions: You must answer the questions in this exam on your own without help from anyone inside or outside this class.  You are free to use your lecture notes and the Problem Sets to help you solve...

Single-celled & simple multi-celled: all cells have contact with medium

All cells need to be capable of exchange with their environment: •      All reaction...

Watch and discuss the videos as a group, then answer the related questions. This assignment will be graded, and is due by 5pm on Tuesday, October 13th.

Instructions: Watch and discuss the videos as a group, then answer the related questions.  This assignment will be graded, and is due by 5pm on Tuesday, October 13th.  The assignment should be submitted to the Assignments section of the lecture Webcampus page.  You may turn the assignment in as a group, as part of your group, or individually.  Please be sure all names of the people who are to be given the same grade for the assignm...

What was your observation? (Your observation can be anything you saw or heard in the video, except for the following example. “The monkeys are brown.”

Unit 1: Genetics Learning Objectives: What is genetic variation? How can we use it to answer questions about ourselves? Part 1: Scientific Method and the Nature of Science The goal of this section is to provide an understanding about what science is and how the scientific method can explain the world around us.  Science is more than just knowledge about the natural world; it is how pe...

Chose a homeostatic system and describe how it works. Be sure to explain how negative feedback is needed for the system to work. What would happen if the negative feedback loop were not working properly?

Chose a homeostatic system and describe how it works. Be sure to explain how negative feedback is needed for the system to work. What would happen if the negative feedback loop were not working properly?Biology from Openstax College (2013) from Rice University retrieved from ...

Describe an organ system needed for a larger animal.

Chose a simple/small animal and a complex/large animal and compare the use of organ systems to meet a metabolic or reproductive need. You will focus on a single function; e.g., respiration, circulation, digestion, excretion, or reproduction. In your opinion, does increased size provide an adaptation for this function? Explain your position.Write a 2-3 page (500 – 750 words, 12 point font) paper including the following elements. Be sure to compose ...

The worksheet has exercises to build knowledge on basics of the genetics. Watching the videos is required to be able to complete the exercises.

Worksheet for Laboratory 7: Genetics (The worksheet has exercises to build knowledge on basics of the genetics. Watching the videos is required to be able to complete the exercises. Besides, the exercise also demands other theoretical and practical knowledge from your lab manual and PowerPoint notes) Activity 1: Monohybrid Cross Monohybrid cross represents the Mende...

What considerations with respect to your experimental design should you propose?

As a recent graduate of RMIT University you have recently been employed (3-year contract) by a world-renowned infectious diseases institute located in Victoria, Australia. You are required to investigate the effects of the novel small molecule anti-viral (DAD030981) to determine the global metabolic changes which take place in the tissue of lungs of monkeys infected by SARS-CoV-2 (Infected Group) vs the...