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Title: Objective 1


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Objective 1
  • Nature of Science

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Tackle the Science TAKS
Why study this?
  • You have slept a few hundred times since you took
    biology.
  • We believe that you need an intensive review.

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Why are you here?
Passing TAKs


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TAKS Test Information
30 Nature of Science
Graphs, Scientific Method, Safety
15 Living systems
Cells, Genetics, Taxonomy
15 Environment
Cycles, Pyramids, Chains, Webs
20 Properties of Mater
Atoms, Molecules, Elements
20 Physics
Motion, Forces, Energy
5
Nature of Science?
a.k.a. Can You Look at Pictures and Read a
Graph?
Which graph is better at showing the information?
Whats on the X axis?
What is it telling you?
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1. Many doctors recommend 800 µg of folate, 400
µg of vitamin B12, and 50 mg of vitamin B6 per
day to improve cardiovascular health. Based on
this information and the nutrition label, the
cardiovascular health benefit of a 1-ounce
serving of this cereal is A doubtful because
it provides insufficient folate and vitamin B6
and lacks vitamin B12 B superb because it
contains only 22 g of carbohydrates and 75 mg of
sodium C excellent because it provides all needed
vitamins and is low in fat and cholesterol D
poor because it raises blood cholesterol levels
with its high fat and cholesterol
content Hint Does the question talk about
carbohydrates, fats and sodium? ELIMINATE!!
?
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Scientific Method
?
Steps
1. Questions
2. State a Hypothesis
I think, If, Then, Cause and Effect
3. Test or Experiment
How you know if your right, or wrong?
4. Collect Data
All experiments provide data.
5. Conclusion
Validate, or restate
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