Test 5 Review Solutions
Chapters 4 and 11.1, 11.2
The problems that each student will see on the test will be very similar to the problems worked
out below on this review. Be sure to attempt each problem first before looking at the solutions.
Problems 1 a
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Real Numbers
Section P2
Objectives
Real Numbers
Properties of Real Numbers
Addition and Su
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Which of the following nutrients is the main source of the bodys energy?
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CHDE220 Intro to ECE
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CHDE 220 Foundation of Early Childhood Education
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English 1010
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High School Experiences
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Introduction To Special Education
Chapter 4: Intellectual Disabilities
Study Guide
Synonyms for Intellectual
Disability
that are no longer used:
Idiot
Imbecile
Feebleminded
Simpleton
Mental deficiency
Mental retardation
Introduction To Special Education
V
Section P8: Solving
Basic Equations
P8 Objectives
Solving Linear Equations
Solving Power Equations
Solving for One Variable in Terms of
Others
Basic Equations
Equations are the basic mathematical
tool for solving real-world problems.
In this chapter w
Linear Functions and
Models
Section 2.5
Objectives
Linear Functions
Slope and Rate of Change
Making and Using Linear Models
Linear Functions
Remember that a linear function has the form f(x) = ax + b and
the graph of this function is a line.
In Secti
P
Sections P.3, P.4, P.5
P.3
Integer Exponents
Objectives:
Exponential Notation
Rules for Working with Exponents
Scientific Notation
2
Objective 1: Exponential Notation
3
Exponential Notation
A product of identical numbers is usually written in
exponen
Section 2.1
Functions
Objectives
Functions All Around Us
Definition of Function
Evaluating a Function
Domain of a Function
Four Ways to Represent a Function
Objective 1:
Functions are all around us
In nearly every physical phenomenon, we observe that
Section 1.7: Solving
Inequalities
Objectives
Solving Linear Inequalities
Solving Nonlinear Inequalities
Modeling with Inequalities
What is an Inequality?
Some problems in algebra lead to inequalities
instead of equations.
An inequality looks just lik
Section 1.7: Solving
Inequalities
Objectives
Solving Linear Inequalities
Solving Nonlinear Inequalities
Modeling with Inequalities
What is an Inequality?
Some problems in algebra lead to inequalities
instead of equations.
An inequality looks just lik
Section 1.7: Solving
Inequalities
Objectives
Solving Linear Inequalities
Solving Nonlinear Inequalities
Modeling with Inequalities
What is an Inequality?
Some problems in algebra lead to inequalities
instead of equations.
An inequality looks just lik
Section 1.5:
Complex Numbers
Objectives
Arithmetic Operations on Complex
Numbers
Square Roots of Negative Numbers
Complex Solutions of Quadratic
Equations
Complex Numbers
Previously, when we encountered
square roots of negative numbers in
solving equat
Section 1.3: Lines
Objectives
The Slope of a Line
Point-Slope Form
Slope-Intercept Form
Vertical and Horizontal Lines
General Equation of a Line
Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
We call the slope of a line m, where
m=
rise
run
Example 1
Find the slo
Section 1.5:
Complex Numbers
Objectives
Arithmetic Operations on Complex
Numbers
Square Roots of Negative Numbers
Complex Solutions of Quadratic
Equations
Complex Numbers
Previously, when we encountered
square roots of negative numbers in
solving equat
Section 1.1 The
Coordinate Plane
Objectives
The Coordinate Plane
The Distance Formula
The Midpoint Formula
Objective 1: The Coordinate Plane
The coordinate plane or Cartesian plane is the link
between algebra and geometry. In the coordinate plane we
can
Direct Variation
Inverse Variation
Combining Different Types of Variation
Two types of mathematical models occur so often that
they are given special names.
The first is called direct variation and occurs when
one quantity is a constant multiple of the
Math 198
Fall 2013
Graded Homework Assignment 6
Suggested Problems
Section 3.3
#s 1-25 odd
Graded Problems
Use the Squeeze Thrm to find the limit:
1.
1 3 cos(5x)
x
7x
2.
5x2 + cos (3x)
x
x2 + 1
3.
sin (3x)
x
3x
lim
lim
lim
Calculus for Biology and Medicine
Practice Exam 2
1.
Find the limit.
x2
a. lim 2
x3 x 4
b. lim
x2
5x + 10
2x2 + 9x + 10
c. lim
3
x4
2.
1
x4
Find the infinite limits. Be sure to justify all steps in finding your answer.
x5 + x3 + 2x 5
x
3x2 4
a. lim
3x3 +
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Calculus for Biology and Medicine
Practice Final Exam
1.
A population quintuples in size every 7 minutes and initially has a population of 60 individuals.
a. Find the exponential growth equation for the population.
b. Create a chart of the population from
Chapter 1 Matter & Measurement
LEARNING GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
Understand that chemistry is the study of matter and its transformations and that
explain macroscopic observations using theories and models of the nanoscale
Describe the scientific method
Descr
Calculus for Biology and Medicine
Practice Exam 3
1.
Find f 0 (x).
a. f (x) = x4 5x3 2x + 1
3
1
+
x3
x
f (x)
= x4 5x3 2x + 1 x3 + 3x1
f 0 (x)
=
=
4x3 15x2 2 + 3x4 3x2
3
3
4x3 15x2 2 + 4 2
x
x
2
b. f (x) =
3 x
2 1/2
x
3
1
f 0 (x) = x3/2
3
1
= 3/2
3x
f (x
Calculus for Biology and Medicine
Practice Final Exam
1.
A population quintuples in size every 7 minutes and initially has a population of 60 individuals.
a. Find the exponential growth equation for the population.
For t every 7 mins
P (t)
60 5t
=
b. Crea