MATH 2360
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Spring 2017
Assignment 2
Due at the beginning of class, Thursday, February 9
Directions:
You can work on this assignment in a small group (13 students from this section of this
class).
You may use your notes/textbooks as your only
Some Important Justifications for Proofs
Midpoint divides a segment into 2 congruent segments
Angle bisector divides an angle into two congruent angles
A bisector of a segment divides a segment into two congruent
segments
Perpendicular lines form right an
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Lab 3: Moving Man Graphs
Go to Website: http:/phet.colorado.edu/simulations/sims.php?sim=The_Moving_Man
Sketch the Graph pattern for the following types of motion. You will graph distance, velocity, and acceleration for each
type of motio
Dutch and English Colonization in New England
Although the Netherlands only controlled the Hudson River Valley from 1609 until 1664, in
that short time, Dutch entrepreneurs established New Netherland, a series of trading posts,
towns, and forts up and dow
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Partner: _
Reaction Time Lab
Date: _
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Partner: _
Reaction Time Lab
Date: _
Do Three trials for each of the above Methods:
Use the equation above to make a data table for each method showing how far the ruler
would fall each hundredth of a sec
Burns' original
Wee, sleekit, cow'rin, tim'rous beastie,
O, what a panic's in thy breastie!
Thou need na start awa sae hasty
Wi bickering brattle!
I wad be laith to rin an' chase thee,
Wi' murdering pattle.
I'm truly sorry man's dominion
Has broken Nature
Ave Mara
Dios te salve, Mara, llena eres de gracia, el Seor es contigo.
Bendita t eres entre todas las mujeres, y bendito es el fruto de tu vientre, Jess.
Santa Mara, Madre de Dios,
ruega por nosotros, pecadores,
ahora y en la hora de nuestra muerte.
Padr
Summer Reading Essay Prompts
1. Choose one main character each from two of your summer reading books. Compare and contrast the
characters. How does each contribute to the authors purpose in writing his or her plot? Make sure to
name character traits of ea
US History
Mr. Santini
10/21/14
Study Guide
Chapter 4
American Revolution and Articles of Confederation
Format of Test
30 Multiple Choice Questions Worth 2.65 Points Each
1 Short Answer Worth 10 Points
4 Bonus Questions Worth 3 Points Each
Sources of Info
Short Answer:
List the theological virtues
List three ways in which Jesus Christ is present to us
List threes forms/types of prayer (not names of prayers)
List the seven sacraments
List the effects of Original Sin
List three things that show evidenc
Revolutionary War
Document Questions
Olive Branch Petition
1) What is the overall tone of the document?
2) How do you think it will it sound to the King?
3) What are the Colonists trying to achieve by writing it?
Why do you think they are taking the appro
A.P. Physics 1 Syllabus
Course Organization:
Instructor: Mrs. Ioannou
Email: [email protected]
Text and Supplies:
Problems and readings will be assigned online in
Mastering Physics  College Physics, 1/e etextbook by Etkina/Gentile/ Van Heuve
Chapter 5
Relationship w/in s
Sec. 5 1
Midsegments of Triangles
Objective: To use properties of
Midsegments to solve
problems.
A
L is midpoint AB
N is midpoint AC
L
N
LN is midsegment of ABC
B
C
A segment connecting
the midpoints of 2 sides
of a triang
Name: Mandy (yaxin) Xue
Partner:
Galileos inclined plane
Propose:

Use include planes with different angles to calculate gravity indirectly
Equipment:

Inclined track
Stopwatch
Meter stick
Model car
Procedure:
1. Set up an incline plane on the table wit
Force
Symbol
Definition
Direction
Friction
Ff
The contact force that acts to oppose sliding
motion between surfaces
Parallel to the surface and opposite the
direction of sliding
Normal
FN
The contact force exerted by a surface on an
object
Perpendicular t
Communication Form for the Chorus Classroom
Important: Sign and return this form.
Students have the best chance of success in school when parents are involved,
supportive and kept informed of the progress their son or daughter is making
in each class. You
Act 3 Study Guide Questions:
1. Of what does Giles Corey accuse Thomas Putnam?
2. What is the fate of Rebecca Nurse as determined by the court?
3. What do Danforth and Parris initially suspect of Proctor?
4. Francis Nurse asks how many people to sign a pe
ALGEBRA
WORD PROBLEMS
1. Example #4:
Half a number plus 5 is 11. What is the number?
Solution
Let x be the number. Always replace "is" with an equal sign (1/2) x + 5 = 11
(1/2) x + 5  5 = 11  5
(1/2) x = 6
2 (1/2) x = 6 2
x = 12
2. Example #5:
The sum o
SOLUTIONS OF ALGEBRAIC
EQUATIONS
Up until now, we have just been talking about manipulating algebraic expressions. Now it is time
to talk about equations. An expression is just a statement like 2 x + 3. This expression might be
equal to any number, depend
Algebra
1. A volleyball court is shaped like a rectangle. It has a width of x meters and a length of 2x
meters. Which expression gives the area of the court in square meters?
A. 3x
B. 2 x 2
C. 3 x2
D. 2 x 3
Solution
l=2 x ; w=x
area=l w
2x x
The answer is
Algebra
1. Example #5:
The sum of two consecutive even integers is 26. What are the two numbers?
Solution
Let 2n be the first even integer and let 2n + 2 be the second integer
2n + 2n + 2 = 26
4n + 2 = 26
4n + 2  2 = 26  2
4n = 24
n=6
So the first even
Algebra
Like a Puzzle
In fact, solving an equation is just like solving a puzzle. And like puzzles, there are things we can
(and cannot) do.
Here are some things we can do:
Clear out any fractions by Multiplying every term by the bottom parts.
Add or Subt
WORD PROBLEMS
Examples
Problems
WORD PROBLEMS require practice in translating verbal language into algebraic language. Se
Lesson 1, Problem 8. Yet, word problems fall into distinct types.
Below are some examples.
1. Example 1. ax b = c.
All problems like
Algebra
1. What is the equation of the line that has a slope of 4 and passes through the point (3, 10)?
Solution
The equation should be in the form y=mx +c
Where m is the slope of the line and c is the y intercept.
From the above equation; ymx=c
Given (3,
Algebra
1. What are the factors of x 211 x+ 24
Solution
We find two integers whose product is 24 while the sum is 11
The two integers are 83
Replacing the second term of the equation with the two integers we have
x 28 x3 x+24
Factorizing the equation, we
ADDITION PRINCIPLE
Equivalent Equations
The basic approach to finding the solution to equations are to change the equation into simpler
equations, but in such a way that the solution set of the new equation is the same as the solution
set of
the original
MULTIPLICATION PRINCIPLE
Multiplying (or dividing) the same nonzero number to both sides of an equation does not change
its solution set.
Example:
so if 6 x = 12, then 18 x = 36 for the same value of x (which in this case is x = 2).
The way we use the mu