Computer Project 1. Nonlinear Springs
Goal: Investigate the behavior of nonlinear springs. Tools needed: ode45, plot Description: For certain (nonlinear) spring-mass systems, the spring force is not given by Hooke's Law but instead satisfies Fspring = ku
Computer Project 2. RLC Circuits
Goal: Investigate the charge on a capacitor in an RLC circuit with varying voltage. Tools needed: ode45, plot Description: If Q(t) = charge on a capacitor at time t in an RLC circuit (with R, L and C being the resistance,
Supplementary Problems
A. For what value(s) of A, if any, will y = Ate-2t be a solution of the differential equation 2y + 4y = 3e-2t ? For what value(s) of B, if any, will y = Be-2t be a solution? B. Using the substitution u(x) = y + x, solve the differen
Race, Ethnicity & Diversity
Lecture 1 Establishing a Foundation
Summer 2016 - SOC 310
What Is Race?
Summer 2016 - SOC 310
The Construct of Race
Race, technically, refers to differential
concentrations of gene frequencies responsible
for traits which, so f
Math 13800
Video Clip Quiz
Fall/Spring 2010/11
For this quiz, please go to the following website:
http:/crmse.sdsu.edu/nickerson
If you experience any difficulties with watching the videos, please go to an ITaP computer to do
this quiz.
Appendix B in your
Math 13800
Group Quiz Project Section 30.6
Spring 2011
In groups of 2-4 students, decide on a survey question to use for this project. The question must have a
specific, objective number answer for each person surveyed and a reasonable spread of values.
T
Math 13800
MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY EDUCATION II
Coordinator: Renee Roames MATH 808 ph: 494-1929
Course web page: www.math.purdue.edu/MA13800
Spring 2011
email: [email protected]
Welcome to Math 13800. The goal of this class is to prepare you to be a k
Math 13800
Final Exam Information
Spring 2011
To receive full credit, on problems for which you use your calculator,
write on the exam paper what you type into the calculator.
The final exam for Math 13800 will take place at 8:00 AM on Friday, May 6, 2011
Math 13800
Exam 3 Information
Spring 2011
Math 13800
Announcement for Exam 3 and the Final
To receive full credit, on problems for which you use your calculator,
write on the exam paper what you type into the calculator.
Exam 3 for Math 13800 will take pl
Math 13800
Exam 2 Information
Spring 2011
Exam 2 for Math 13800 will take place on Thursday, March 10, 2011 in PHYS 114 at 6:30 pm.
Please arrive 15 minutes early and bring your Purdue ID or some other form of photo ID.
The exam has three multiple-choice
Math 13800
Exam 1 Information
Spring 2011
Exam 1 for Math 13800 will take place on Monday, February 7, 2010 at 8:00 pm
in PHYS 114.
Please arrive 15 minutes early and bring your Purdue ID or some other form of photo ID.
Bring a ruler to use for the exam.
Math 13800
In-Class Surveys
Lesson 22
For this project, please work in groups of 4. Everyone will turn in their own paper. Put your name at the top and the names of your other group members underneath. Bundle the group of papers to turn in. The survey que
Math 13800
Assignment Sheet
Spring 2010
Text: Reconceptualizing Mathematics Parts II and IV Preliminary Edition by Sowder, Sowder, and Nickerson,
W.H. Freeman, 2007
Materials needed: graph paper, ruler, compass, protractor
Lesson Section Page
1
12.1
p 266
RACE RELATIONS AND
OTHERING
I D E N T I F Y I N G T H E D O M I N A N T A N D D O M I N AT E D
WHAT IS OTHERING
Othering is implicated in culture and identity
Othering is best understood first through
clarification of culture
Culture is the knowledge, la
Quick Reference and Facts Regarding Drones and UAS Use
Welcome to our quick information sheet regarding the use of small UAS (Unmanned Aviation
Systems) also referred to as drones.
The intent of this document is to provide a quick reference guide to those
ECE 201: Lecture 11
Borja Peleato
Thevenin and Norton equivalents (I)
1
Review
During the last few lectures we have studied different methods to simplify
circuits, or portions thereof
Combine series or parallel resistors into a single one
Combine seri
Math 13800
Office Hours
Spring 2010
Office Hours available to all students in Math 13800: Renee Roames John Scott Stacy Wohead in MATH 808 in MATH 607 in MATH 711 Tuesdays 1:30-3:00 Tuesdays 11:30-12:30 Mondays 1:30-2:30 and Wednesdays 1:30-2:30 and Thurs
Math 13800
Video Quiz
Spring 2010
For this quiz, please go to the following website:
http:/www.sdsu-pdc.org/nickerson/
If you experience any difficulties with watching the videos, please go to an ITaP computer to do
this quiz.
Appendix B in your text (pag
Math 13800
Review Problems Lessons 31-35
Spring 2010
The following is a list of recommended problems from sections 31.2 33.2 of the
Supplementary Learning Exercises in Appendix N of the text. These are the sections covered
during lessons 31-35, after exam
Math 13800
Group Quiz Project Section 30.6
Spring 2010
In groups of 2-4 students, decide on a survey question to use for this project. The question must have a specific, objective number answer for each person surveyed and a reasonable spread of values. T
MA 13800
MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY EDUCATION II
Spring 2010
Coordinator: Renee Roames
MATH 808
ph: 494-1929
email: [email protected]
Textbook: Reconceptualizing Mathematics Parts II and IV Preliminary Edition (Custom) by Sowder, Sowder, and Nickerson, W
Math 13800
Exam 3 Information
Spring 2010
Exam 3 for Math 13800 will take place on Monday, April 12, 2010 at 6:30 pm
in WTHR 200.
Please arrive 15 minutes early and bring your Purdue ID or some other form of photo ID.
The exam has three multiple-choice pr
Math 13800
Exam 2 Information
Spring 2010
Exam 2 for Math 13800 will take place on Thursday, March 11, 2010 at 6:30 pm in WTHR 200. Please arrive 15 minutes early and bring your Purdue ID or some other form of photo ID. The exam has three multiple-choice
Math 13800
Exam 1 Information
Spring 2010
Exam 1 for Math 13800 will take place on Monday, February 8, 2010 at 6:30 pm
in WTHR 200.
Please arrive 15 minutes early and bring your Purdue ID or some other form of photo ID.
Bring a straightedge to use for the
Math 13800
Assignment Sheet
Spring 2011
Text: Reconceptualizing Mathematics Parts II and IV Preliminary Edition by Sowder, Sowder, and Nickerson,
W.H. Freeman, 2007
Materials needed: graph paper, ruler, stapler, compass, protractor, CALCULATOR AFTER LESSO
Math 13800
Exam 2
Spring 2010
For #1-3, CIRCLE THE LETTER OF THE CORRECT ANSWER.
(7 pts)1. Find a function rule for the number of toothpicks to make Shape n in the following pattern:
Shape 1
Shape 2
Shape 3
A. 3 + 4n
B. 4 + 4n
C. 4 + 3n
D. 3 + 3n
E. None
Math 13800
Exam 1 Information
Fall 2011
Exam 1 for Math 13800 will take place on Monday, September 19, 2011 at 6:30 pm in BCHM 105. Please arrive 15 minutes early and bring your Purdue ID or some other form of photo ID. Bring a ruler to use for the exam.