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Jurasic Park Questions? Topic: Thinking problem solving and reasoning
May 20, 2019 / By Dinah
Question: 1.what does john arnold figure out? 2. what does ian Malcolm say happened to him? 5. why does arnold say the malcolm effect doesn't apply to jurassic park? 9. Why does the T-rex abandon the attack on the raft? 10. muldoon examines two carcasses. Whose? 11.Why aren't the motion detectors finding grant, tim, and lex? 12. why isn't the aviary on the tour? 13. how does lex finally escape the pterodactyl? 14. why does grant keep checking the time? 15. the tyrannosaur knows that grant, tim, and lex are in the river. Why doesn't he attack them? 16. Why does Malcolm tell ellie to fill the bathtubs with water and get some flashlights? 17. Why does grant tell tim and lex not to move as they float past the dilophosaurs? 18. Muldoon wonders what the tyrannosaur is looking for as it looks through the trees. Muldoon thinks its microceratopsians, but the reader knows it's really what? 19. the tyrannosaur demonstrates problem solving intelligence when it does what? when grant, tim, and lex find the machinery behind the waterfall, what is the first thing grant looks for, and why? what two important things does grant discover in the storage area? (besides the flashlight) why does the t-rex break off its attack on tim and lex? Just as arnold thinks all the systems are working properly what happens to the computers and why? Ian Malcolm scolds hammond and scientist because the acquire power without what? The raptors attack 3 people. Name them.
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Carina Carina | 1 day ago
5. why does arnold say the malcolm effect doesn't apply to jurassic park? Arnold believes that the Malcolm Effect doesn't apply to Jurassic Park because it should not be applied to living systems. He believes it is natural and healthy for a living system to change constantly. 9. Why does the T-rex abandon the attack on the raft? Because the younger rex has claimed the adult rex's kill as his own and the adult rex goes back to reclaim it. 10. muldoon examines two carcasses. Whose? Robert Muldoon finds Ed Regis' severed leg and determines that it was torn off by the tyrannosaur. He also finds Nedry's body and determines that he was killed by the dilophosaur after discovering traces of spit on the body. 11.Why aren't the motion detectors finding grant, tim, and lex? The motion detectors are not finding Grant and the kids because they are sleeping. 12. why isn't the aviary on the tour? Because the pterodactyls are vicious and dive bomb the workers around the pen. The staff believe the aviary would be dangerous to have on this tour for this reason. 13. how does lex finally escape the pterodactyl? She throws her baseball glove at it, this distracts the dactyl. 14. why does grant keep checking the time? Grants checks his watch frequently to see howw much time he has to get back to the visitor center and warn of a boat full of raptors that is quickly reaching the mainland. 16. Why does Malcolm tell ellie to fill the bathtubs with water and get some flashlights? Because he wants to be prepared for when the Malcolm Effect comes into play. The Malcolm effect is an integral part of chaos theory, the key theory presented in the novel. Chaos is comprised of nonlinear equations, its main point is that systems are unpredictable and cannot be controlled. The Malcolm effect (named after Ian Malcolm) is the point in chaos theory where the system begins to collapse suddenly after everything seems to have been resolved. 17. Why does grant tell tim and lex not to move as they float past the dilophosaurs? Because he does not want them to be noticed and killed. 18. Muldoon wonders what the tyrannosaur is looking for as it looks through the trees. Muldoon thinks its microceratopsians, but the reader knows it's really what? The reader can infer that the tyrannosaur is trying to get to Grant and the kids on their raft. 19. the tyrannosaur demonstrates problem solving intelligence when it does what? Waits for Ed Regis to think that he has gone and then pounces on him. *this may not be the scene that the question is asking for* when grant, tim, and lex find the machinery behind the waterfall, what is the first thing grant looks for, and why? The first thing that Grant looks for is a flashlight, as it is extremely dark in the bunker. what two important things does grant discover in the storage area? (besides the flashlight) A young, male velociraptor and a golf cart like car. why does the t-rex break off its attack on tim and lex? The rex breaks off its attack on the kids because the dart that Muldoon had previously shot him with has finally taken effect. Just as arnold thinks all the systems are working properly what happens to the computers and why? The computers in the park shut down and they lose power because Arnold hadn't realized that when he powered up the computers they had started up using auxiliary power. Ian Malcolm scolds hammond and scientist because the acquire power without what? Malcolm says that Hammond and his scientists acquired power without gaining responciblity for it. He says that they took what other scientists discovered and used it for themselves without obtaining knowledge. The raptors attack 3 people. Name them. The raptors attack Arnold and Wu. The other victim that the question could be referring to is either to the young workman at the beginning of the novel or Gennaro, whose hand is bitten by a raptor.
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Carina Originally Answered: What has more amazing scenic areas, Sequoia Natl. Park or Redwoods National Park? I can only go to one?
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I LOVE THIS BOOK SO MUCH. And is this for school? Because I so envy that you're reading this in class. Wow. Dr Grant is super epic. As is Ian Malcolm. Too bad I can't answer these homework questions for you. Seriously. This has got to be the best school book ever. I could barely put it down, and it wasn't assigned. Please, please, please read it for yourself. ><>
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