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Dana Lee Ling
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Professor teaching statistics, physical science, ethnobotany on the island of Pohnpei. A runner and a joggler in the evening.
Professor teaching statistics, physical science, ethnobotany on the island of Pohnpei. A runner and a joggler in the evening.

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RipStik change in momentum is force
Based on the providing a transition from coverage of momentum on Friday , I attempted to show that the external force would be equal to the change in momentum. The layout was similar to attempts to measure this from a few terms ago, but with some changes. I...
RipStik change in momentum is force
RipStik change in momentum is force
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An exploration of marble momentum without the word momentum
As noted in an earlier blog, over the years I have gradually developed better transitions and connections between the aspects of motion in the physical science class. Linear motion often yields a slight amount of non-linear curvature. Week three specificall...
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Paies healing plants walk and talk
This term the walk and talk benefited from the healing plants of Paies handout I prepared spring 2018. Leveling work prevented going down to the three plants near the intersection, the usual start for this walk. Volkameria inermis. Chuuk (lagoon): apuoch, a...
Paies healing plants walk and talk
Paies healing plants walk and talk
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RipStik height versus velocity
In the spring of 2018 presentations on arc equations eliminated this height versus velocity exercise in SC 130 Physical Science. Fall 2018 the students had all arrived at the same equation very quickly on the previous Friday, in stark contrast to the prior ...
RipStik height versus velocity
RipStik height versus velocity
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Heart rate data in statistics class
The second student presentation in MS 150 Statistic occurs during the fourth week of the term. The presentation could theoretically use any set of data, the students are to use the statistics covered during weeks two and three in their presentations. During...
Heart rate data in statistics class
Heart rate data in statistics class
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Five days of acceleration
The second problem on the Friday quiz at the end of week two provided the segue to the acceleration curve I intended to generate on Monday of the third week. The goal of that third week Monday acceleration exercise was to generate a curve that will be seen ...
Five days of acceleration
Five days of acceleration
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Bryo Lyco and Monilophyte presentations
Seedless Vascular Plant presentations including anything categorized in the small, green, often wet, sometimes jelly-like, flowerless macroscopic photosynthesizers. Venister and AB presenting on Nostoc, a cyanobacteria The life cycle of a moss, drawing by K...
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Seedless vascular plant walk and talk
This term the area around the mango trees is undergoing leveling, ruling out starting the walk on an eastward arc into that area as I have done the past few terms. On the other end of campus an area where I had found Macrothelypteris torresiana and Pteris t...
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Student evaluations
As a proponent of transparency and open information sharing, and as a way of providing students with the ability to make informed choices, the following are my most recent student evaluations. This past fall term my student evaluations came with an interest...
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Student evaluations
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Linear motion
As per notes made January 2018 , I shifted back to using meters for the RipStik linear motion exercise to simplify Desmos data entry. Prior to class I measured out a 30 meter run with timing marks every three meters. I also set up a Desmos table with the di...
Linear motion
Linear motion
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