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science mid-term

The average of a given set of data. Determined by adding the values together,then divide by the total number of values. mean
The middle number given set of data. Determined by putting the values in order (lowest to highest) and choosing the middle number. In the case of 2 middle numbers, find the average between the 2. median
Functions: Voluntarily and involuntarily controls functions of the organs. nervous system
Major organs: brain, spinal cord nervous system
The value that occurs the most often in a given set of data. If there are 2 valuesthat occurs most often, it is bi-modal. If all values ocur equal amount of times, there is "no mode". mode
the distance between the lowest and highest values set in a given set of data. Determined by subtracting the lowest value from the highest value. range
1.______2.childhood3.______4.young adulthood5.______ 1.infancy 3.adolescence 5.older adulthood
function: suplies oxygen and removes carbon dioxide major organs: lungs, diaphragh, mouth, nose respiratory system
function: provides support and shape major organs: bones, cartilage, joints skeletal system
function: provides movement of the body major organs: muscles, tendons muscular system
function: turns food into energy major organs: stomach, intestines digestive system
functions: proivides blood and oxygen to the body major organs: heart, blood vessels ciculatory system
functions: produces harmones major organs: pancreas, glands endocrine system
functions: rids body of excess salts and water major organs: kidneys, bladder urinary system
functions: eliminates waste from the body through the respiratory system(rids body of carborn dioxide), urinary system system (rids body of excess salts and water), epidermal system (cools body down through sweat), and digestive system (rids body of food excretory system
How does the respriatory system use oxygen and glucose? Takes in oxygen to use in all body systems.
How does the circulatory system use oxygen and glucose? pumps oxygen through blood to all parts of the body; glucose is used to create blood.
How does the digestive system use oxygen and glucose? breaks down gluvose to create energy.
How does the nervous system use oxygen and glucose? the brain is the largest oxygen user in your body- used to keep brain cells alive;brain uses glucose as fuel to create energy.
How does the muscular system use oxygen and glucose? the muscles use oxyegen to work: when oxyegen runs out, the musckes break down glucose
Created by: cleveland142600