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unit 6-lopez238326

science mid-term

The average of a given set of data. Determined by adding the values together, then dividing by the total number of values . Mean
The middle number of a 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
Function: voluntarily or involuntarily controls functions of the organs . Nervous system
Major organs : brain , spinal cord Nervous system
The value that occurs most often in a given set of data. If there are 2 values that occur often, it is a Bi-Modal.If all values occur equal amount of times, there is "NO MODE" Mode
The distance between the lowest and highest value in a given set of data. Determined by subrtacting the lowest value from the highest value . Range
1.________ 2.childhood 3._______ 4.young adulthood 5.___________. 1 . Infancy 3.Adolescence 5. older adulthood
Function:supplies oxygen and removes carbon dioxide . Respiratory System
Major Organs:Lungs,Diaphgram,Mouth,Nose . Respiratory System
Function:Provides support and shape. Skeletal System
Major Organs:Bones,Cartilage,Joints. Skeletal System
Function:Provides movement of the body . Muscular System
Major Organs:Muscles,Tendons. Muscular System
Major Organs:Muscles,Tendons. Muscular System
Function:Turns food into energy . Digestive System
Major Oragns:Stomach,Intestines . Digestive System
Function:Provides blood and oxygento the body . Circulatory System
Major Organs:Heart,Blood vessels. Circulatory System
Function:Produces hormones Endicore System
Major Organs:Pancreas,Glands Endicore System
Function:Rids body of excess salts and water Urinary System
Major Organs:Organs,Kidneys,Bladder Urinary system
Function:Eliminates waste from the body through the respiratory system(rids body of carbon dioxide),urinary system(cools body down through sweat),and digestive system(rids body of food wastes) Excretory System
Takes in _________ to use in all body systems. Respiratory System : Oxygen
Pumps oxygen through 1.______ to all parts of body;glucose is used to 2._______ blood . Circulatory System: 1.blood 2.create
Breaks down ______ to create oxygen. Digestive System: Glucose
The 1._______ is the largest oxygen user in your body-used to keep brain cells. alive;brain uses glucose as fuel to create ________. Nervous System:1.Brain 2.energy
The muscles use oxygen to 1.______;when oxyegen runs out ,the ________ break down. glucose. Muscular System:1.Work 2.Muscles