A jogger runs 100 m due west, then changes direction for the second leg of the run. At the end of the run, she is 175 m away from the starting point at an angle of 15.0 north of west. What were the direction and length of her second displacement? Use graphical techniques.
Block 3 Lecture 4 - Cerebrum 1. List the major lobes of the cerebrum Frontal lobe, Temporal lobe, Occipital lobe, Parietal lobe 2. Describe what is meant by “hemispheric lateralization” and name two functions lateralized to the left and right hemisphere Opposite sides of the brain are different functionally (not structurally). “Brain sided-ness” does not always correspond to “handedness” Right side (creative side) main function - Face recognition Left side (analytical side) main function - language 3. Describe what is meant by a “topographic map” and name cerebral functions that are mapped Neurons in the primary motor cortex are arranged by the muscles they control. Neurons in the primary somatosensory cortex are arranged according to the body region t