By K. A. Stroud
Key positive factors * a different technique-oriented procedure takes the scholar throughout the arithmetic in a hugely obtainable manner * accomplished assurance of all subject matters required via undergraduates at complicated degrees of arithmetic in engineering and technological know-how * thousands of labored examples and more and more hard routines * excellent both as a part of a path or for self-study
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We humans, more than any other life form on Earth, make our own history. BIOLOGY AS HISTORY How biologists interpret the world is not itself unproblematic, despite the emphases that I, just as much as those of whom I am critical, choose to put on my certainties about 'how things are'. The biological story I am telling - and its critique of other stories - is not some timeless and universalistic one. It is told, like all stories, from a viewpoint, a perspective shaped by my own background as a particular sort of biologist, a biochemist with a major interest in how the brain works.
Take proteins, for example: molecules constructed from linked chains of smaller sub-units, the amino acids, of which there are some twenty variants. Each protein consists of a unique sequence of several hundred amino acids. This sequence is known as the primary structure of the protein. But the chain is coiled up in helical and pleated patterns, wound back on itself into a configuration which is held into shape by complex arrays of electrochemical forces (these patterns and arrays are known as the secondary and tertiary structures).
2 So my first decision is that I must sample the behaviour. But for how long? Five minutes in every hour, one hour a day, one day a week? Do I watch all the animals in the group I am studying, or try to focus on just one? My decisions will depend partly on what questions I am asking about the behaviour, and partly on the resources — time, recording and computing power, or whatever - at my disposal. Perhaps I decide to make a video recording of the behaviour of the newborn M OBSERVING AND INTERVENING twins in a family of marmosets, parents and their infants, by sampling ten minutes of their behaviour three times a day during the first few weeks after the babies are born.
Advanced Engineering Mathematics by K. A. Stroud