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Agenda 02/05/01 and 02/07/01

  1. Warm Up: "Did the class' heart rate increase from resting to exercise? Why?"
  2. Discussion: "Why your heart rate changes"
  3. Lecture: Cardiovascular System
    1. Blood Vessels
  4. Binder Check
  5. Mini Lab: Measuring your blood pressure.
    1. In the Methods of the Tell Tale Heart: Write the following in your words:
      1. For the following categories, have your partner take your blood pressure:
        1. lying down,
        2. sitting,
        3. standing,
        4. after jumping jacks (50X)
      2. Enter the above data for each student in your class in Table 1. The systolic, the higher number, is written like a numerator, and the diastolic, the lower number, is written like a denominator (e.g. 110/80)
      3. Plot the mean for each category in Graph 2.
      4. For extra credit, include the range (high to low data points) in Graph 2.
    2. On the page following Graph 1, write Table 2, which is the same as Table on, except Blood Pressure (mmHg) replaces Heart Rate (per min).
    3. Follow the instructions from the Methods on blood pressure.
    4. Write your groups data , then the classes data in Table 1.
  6. Homework (Due 02/06/01, 02/09/07 for even classes): Write one paragraph in the Discussion describing why a person's heart rate changes.