Princeton review "cracking the AP"
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Ch. 17 in F/R text:
mod 56 Human Disease
mod 57 Toxicology and chemical risk
mod 58 Risk Analysis
Module 56 Human Disease
e.coli in produce: summary
acute vs. chronic disease
note global rate of CV disease, usually preventable
Plan for the week: Ch. 16 (text), Ch. 19 (frog iPad book)
Class one: Definitions, generation, reduce/reuse/recycle (modules 51-52)
Class two: Landfil...
chapter 15: air pollution
Big ideas: air is shared by everyone on the planet, crosses international borders without consent, impacts innocent...
Water Pollution-Ch. 14 F/R, 14.3 in Frog book (iPad)
1. Rivers are continuous, so easier to find sources along the route (continuit...
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Ch. 14 Aquatic pollution (frog 14.3) poisoned waters
2001.4, 2002.2, 2003.3, 2007.1, 2008.2, 2009.3, 201...
e2 state of resolve:
APES questions energy 4 state of resolve
APES questions—e2 Energy 3: Paving the way
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Volts-should be around 120V, AC or DC?
Amperes-only when loaded, test with...
APES notes Energy
Renewable energy on our campus:
Solar PV: radiation from the sun (visible) making electrons move in a special semiconducto...
APES questions e2 growing energy
What is the basic difference ...
Energy and power units:
kW means kiloWatt, kilo = 1000 Watt named after a person, so capitalized
The PV panel we tested in class produces 165 Watts in ideal sunlight. The cost for this panel today is about $0.50 per Wa...
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e2 Coal and nuclear:
energy -frog book notes
chemical energy: electrons
nuclear energy: nuclei (protons, neutrons)
Non-renewable: not renewable in your lifetime
Coal, oil, natural gas and nuclear-------
Coal: dirtiest of all of these, i...