Cellular Transport Worksheets are a great tool for making notes on cellular automata. Here is a Cell Membrane Structure answer key for this section of Cellular Automata.
When you have finished your Cellular Transport Worksheet, copy and paste the answers to each problem into a text document. In particular, there should be two text documents for Problems 1 and 2, as there are multiple solutions to each problem.
There are two ways of using the answers in this way – one is to use a selection box and then choose different solutions, and the other is to type each answer into a separate text document. The second option is more convenient, but the selection box method can lead to problems with double-entries, so it’s best to use a separate text document for each answer. I generally recommend using the selection box method as it is easier to read and it will not cause double-entries. It’s a good idea to go through your answer choices carefully before you copy them into your text document, as sometimes an answer will appear multiple times in a problem.
When you are ready to copy the answer key for Cellular Transport Worksheet, right-click and select “Copy Selected” from the menu. Then copy the entire Cell Membrane Structure section of the worksheet into your text document. Once you have copied the answer key, copy it into a separate text document. These two separate text documents are required to solve problems using Cellular Automata.
You must have all of the key data correct before you begin working on solving problems, otherwise, the solutions will not be correct. For example, if you answer Key Solution A, then you should also answer Key Solution B. If you answer Key Solution C, then you should also answer Key Solution D, etc.
One thing to remember is that if you have key-values for any of the data in the cell membrane structure, then they must be unique, otherwise you will get an error message. If you use the same values in two different places, then you will get an error message, even if you answer Key Solution A or Key Solution B and answer Key Solution C correctly.
Once you have completed all of the problems, you can then paste your answers into a Word document to use them as a reference when you solve problems. The text documents should also be pasted into separate text files. This is so you can select the answers and type in your answers using a separate application than Word.
An added benefit of using these answers to solve problems is that you can always reuse them whenever you need to solve problems using Cellular Automata. I like to use the text documents in my references when I’m working on problems, as this makes it much easier to complete the problems. You can do the same thing if you do not use the same answers for all of your problems.