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Solved: In 27-34, the given pattern continues. Write down

Algebra and Trigonometry | 8th Edition | ISBN: 9780132329033 | Authors: Michael Sullivan ISBN: 9780132329033 217

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Problem 13.1.34

In 27-34, the given pattern continues. Write down the nth term of a sequence (anl suggested by the pattern. 2, -4, 6, -8, 10, ...

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Rabbit 5 Mar 2016 ENT4020LabPracticalStudyGuide NOTES: →FW=forewingHW=hindwing c/=canw/out=withoutb/c=because →ALLimportantfamiliesdiscussedhere(forgettheotheronesnot**’dinclassnotes) Terms: ● Hemelytra-FWisleathery(hardened,membranouspartofwing)(Heteroptera-truebugs) ● Elytra-modified,hardenedFWofcertaininsectorders(Coleoptera,onlyflywiththeHW) ● Hamuli-small“crochet-likehooks”thatconnecttheFWandHW(Hymenoptera) ● Haltere:modifiedHWofDiptera;club-shapedorgan ● Coarctate-formedw/in&remainingconcealedbythelarvalcuticleorpuparium ● Exarate-groovedorfurrowed.pupa:havingtheappendagesnotcementedtothebody ● Ametabolous-nometamorphosis ● Hemimetabolous-incompletemetamorphosis ● Holometabolous-completemetamorphosis ● Pronotum-prominentplate-likestructurethatcoversall/partofthethoraxofsomeinsects ● Scutellum-triangularplateonHeteropteraVshape(picturebelow) ● Auchenorrhyncha-suborderoftheHemiptera;containstreehoppersandcicadas ● Sternorrhyncha-suborderoftheHemiptera;containstheaphids,whiteflies,andscaleinsects ● Stippling-randompatternofsmalldepressionscausedbyplantfeedingbugs(sucking) Alsohelpfultoknowthefollowingconcepts: ● Differencesbetweenbutterfliesandmoths:Table1 Antennae Body Moths long/hairy thick Butterflies thick slender ● Differencesbetweencoarctateandexarateandwhatordershavethem(termsabove) ○ coarctate: Diptera ○ exarate: Hymenoptera Rabbit 5 Mar 2016 ● Whetheraninsectisapestorbeneficial[families]:Table2 Table2:PestsorBeneficialbasedonfamilies: Pest Beneficial EconomicSignificance Anthocoridae-minutepirate biologicalcontrol bugs Coreidae-LeafFootedBug causestippling Pentatomidae-stinkbugs causestippling Reduviidae-Assassinbugs Reduviidae-Assassinbugs chagasdiseasetohumans;bloodfeeders; predators Cimicidae-bedbugs bloodfeeders Tingidae-lacebugs stipplinginazaleas;undersidetarresidue leftbehindfrompoop Cicadidae-Cicadas minimalpesttotrees Aphididae-Aphids stippling,sootymold,vectors Aleyrodidae-Whiteflies strippling,vectors Diaspididae-Armored damageleaves Scales Coccidae-SoftScales damageleaves Cicindelidae–tigerbeetles predatory Elateridae–clickbeetles agriculturalpest Coccinellidae-Ladybugs predators,pestofgrapes,beans,squash Cerambycidae–long- boresintowood hornedbeetles Cecidomyiidae(gallflies) scavengers,parasites,inducesplantgalls; injectseggsintoplants Culicidae(mosquitoes) vectorsofdiseases;malaria,yellowdengue fever,zikavirus Tabanidae(deerflies) horse,cattle,humanpests Rabbit 5 Mar 2016 Asilidae(robberflies) predators Tachinidae(tachinidflies) parasitoids,biologicalcontrol Papilionidae(swallowtail pestsoftrees butterflies) Pieridae(whites/sulfur) pollinators(larvaepests) Noctuidae(noctuidmoths) voraciouspestsaslarvae Saturniidae(lunamoths) larvaepests Sphingidae(sphinxmoth) ex.pollinators Braconidae(braconidwasp) parasitoids(biologicalcontrol) Ichneumonidae parasitoids(biologicalcontrol) (ichneumonid) Vespidae(yellowjacket, predator/biologicalcontrol hornets) Apidae(bees) pollinators Mutillidae(cowkiller,velvet possiblepestsbecauseofstings ants) ● Wingmodificationsoftheinsects(discussedaboveinterms): ● halteres ● hemelytra ● hamuli ● hamuli ● elytra ● Trytofigureoutyourownwaytorecognizethedifferencebetweencertainfamilies (commonorscientificID)ofinsectswithinordersforbettercomparisonandidentification (lookupdifferentgoogleimages,etc.)Thepowerpointimagesareprobablythebestat comparison(didnothavetimetoaddthis). ● Metamorphosistypes(metabolismtableabove) ● Latin/Greeknamemeaningsoforders ● pterameanswing Hemi Homo Koleo Lepido Hymen Hetero half uniform sheath scale membrane different Rabbit 5 Mar 2016 ● Wingformsifimportant/differentfromothers→aboveinterms ● Keynotesaboutcertainfamilies: ● Aphidshavecornicles-honeydewproduction ● Hymenopterahavehamuli ● braconidwaspshaveovipositorfor parasitoidism ● Sawflieshave(rareforHymenoptera)eruciform larvae ● Antshaveaverynoticeablenotchontheir abdomen ● Truebugshavescutellumandpronotum:-------- -> ● Coccidae-SoftScalesandDiaspididae-ArmoredScalesareleglessaftercrawler stage ● Apidae: ○ Tellthedifferencebetweenthebees(imagesbelowforcomparisonlater) Honeybee Bumblebee Carpenterbee smaller,moredullin biggerthanhoneyb,hairy“butt” shiny“butt”,triangleshapeonwing color Rabbit 5 Mar 2016 ● Mouthpartsofinsects Table:Mouthpartsofinsectsbasedonorder Chewing Piercing Sucking Sponging Coleoptera Diptera Hymenoptera Heteroptera Lepidoptera(larvae) Homoptera ● Commonnamesoffamilies(describedabove) ● Economicimportance!(listedaboveintable) Ordersorganizedbymetabolism: Holometabolous Hemimetabolous Coleoptera(beetles) Hemiptera(Heteroptera)(truebugs) Diptera(trueflies) Heteroptera(Homoptera:Auchenorrhyncha, Sternorrhyncha) Lepidoptera(moths,butterflies) Hymenoptera(sawflies,wasps,bees,ants) Familiesorganizedbymetabolism: Rabbit 5 Mar 2016 Holometabolous Hemimetabolous Tigerbeetle,scarab,clickbeetle,ladybeetle,LONGHORNED Anthocoridae(minutepiratebugs),Coreidae(leaf-footedplant BEETLES bugs),Pentatomidae(stinkbugs),Reduviidae(assassinbugs), Tingidae(lacebugs) Cecidomyiidae(gallflies),Culicidae(mosquitoes),Tabanidae(deer Auchenorrhyncha:Cicadas,treehoppers flies),Asilidae(robberflies),Syrphidae(hoverflies),Tachinidae (tachinidflies) Sternorrhyncha:Whiteflies,Aphids,ArmoredScales,Softscales Butterflies:Papilionidae(swallowtail),Pieridae(white/sulfur) Moths:Noctuidae(noctuid),Sphingidae(sphinx),Saturniidae (lunamoths) Wasps: Braconidae(braconoid),Ichneumonidae(ichneumonoid). Vespidae(hornets,yellowjacket,andpaperwasps),Pompilidae (spiderwasps). Bees:Apidae(honeybee,bumblebee,carpenter). Sawflies:Tenthredinidae(commonsawflies) Resourcescited: LabpowerpointscreatedbyDr.AlanaJacobson(professor)andlabprofessorphDCandidateJoeDessi -AuburnUniversityfaculty Imageoftruebug:http://delta-intkey.com/britin/images/hemgen01.gif Honeybeeimage:http://survivalbased.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2015/02/honeybee.jpg Bumblebeeimage:https://s-media-cache- ak0.pinimg.com/736x/b3/ac/11/b3ac11cf474c3211f5180e20bb1c9a05.jpg Carpenterbeeimage:http://www.thebeehunter.com/assets/img/idyourbee/full_carpenter_bee.jpg

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Textbook: Algebra and Trigonometry
Edition: 8
Author: Michael Sullivan
ISBN: 9780132329033

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