MA1310: Week 6 Polar Coordinates and Complex Numbers
This lab requires you to:
Plot points in the polar coordinate system.
Find multiple sets of polar coordinates for a given system.
Convert a point from polar to rectangular coordinates.
Convert a point f
MA1310: Week 4 Other Trigonometric Functions
This lab requires you to:
Understand and graph variations of y = tan x.
Understand and graph variations of y = cot x.
Understand and graph variations of y = csc x and y = sec x.
Understand and use the inverse s
MA1310: Week 9 Sequences and Notations
This lab requires you to:
Find particular terms of a sequence from the general term.
Use recursion formulas.
Use factorial notation.
Use summation notation.
Find the common difference for an arithmetic sequence.
Writ
MA1310: Week 7 Solving Vectors
This lab requires you to:
Use magnitude and direction to show vectors are equal.
Visualize scalar multiplication, vector addition, and vector subtraction as geometric
vectors.
Represent vectors in the rectangular coordinate
MA1310: Week 10
Binomial Theorem, Counting Principle, Permutation, and
Combination
This lab requires you to:
Evaluate a binomial coefficient.
Expand a binomial raised to a power.
Find a particular term in a binomial expansion.
Use the fundamental counting
MA1310 College Mathematics II
Week 9 Discussion
Shante McFadden
November 17, 2013
Week 9 Solving Real-Life Problems Using Sequences
As I was going to St. Ives
I met a man with seven wives
Each wife had seven sacks
Each sack had seven cats
Each cat had sev
MA1310 College Mathematics II
Week 7 Discussion
Shante McFadden
November 03, 2013
Week 7 Dot Product of Vectors
One real-life application in which dot product of vector is used is in physics when dealing with
the force it takes to pull things up an inclin
MA1310 College Mathematics II
Week 1 Discussion
Shante McFadden
September 22, 2013
Week 1 Analysis of Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA)
What is the type of graph of DJIA from Year 1945 to Year 2000?
The graph from 1945 to 2000 represents an exponential
MA1310: Week 8 Graphing Ellipse, Hyperbola, and Parabola
This lab requires you to:
Graph ellipses centered at the origin.
Write equations of ellipses in standard form.
Graph ellipses not centered at the origin.
Locate a hyperbolas vertices and foci.
Write
MA1310 College Mathematics II
Week 3 Discussion
Shante McFadden
October 6, 2013
Week 3 Trigonometric and Periodic Functions
Amplitude
Period
I am using sound waves as an example of sinusoidal functions.
This is the piano note A above middle C which has th
MA1310 College Mathematics II
Week 5 Discussion
Shante McFadden
October 20, 2013
Week 5 Problems on Law of Sines and Cosines
A plane proceeds on a course of 310o for 2 hours at 150 mph. It then
changes direction to 200o continuing for 3 more hours at 160
Phillip Harris
15 December 2015
MA1310 Module 1
1. An arithmetic sequence is a sequence of numbers which have the same difference
between terms consecutively. For instance, 2,4,6,8,10 is a sequence in which each
number has a difference of 2.
2. Geometric
Phillip Harris
26 December 2015
MA1310 Module 2 Exercise 2.1
1)
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Any constant raised to a power.
A function in which an independent variable appears as an exponent.
0.125
$591,229
26=64
Log (base 8) 300=Y
a) F(O)=0.48in(x+1) +27 & F(100)=
MA1310: Week 5 Law of Sines and Cosines
This lab requires you to:
Use the Law of Sines to solve oblique triangles.
Use the Law of Cosines to solve oblique triangles.
Use Herons formula to find the area of a triangle.
Solve applied problems.
Answer the fol
MA1310: Week 3 Graphs of Sine and Cosine Functions
This lab requires you to:
Use the definitions of trigonometric functions of any angle.
Use the signs of the trigonometric functions.
Find reference angles.
Use reference angles to evaluate trigonometric f
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B
b
a
Let A,B and C are the angles of the triangle and a, b, c are the sides of the triangle.
When three angles are given A,B and C
Then the sides of the angle will be
Suppose we are given that A and B angles and b sides.
C
From the relation
We get
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water obstacle
sand obstacle
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Flower obstacle
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Other way
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water obstacle
Sand obstacle
Green
Flower Obstacle
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Triangle 1(The greens)
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Finding B by cosine rule
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B=61.12
C=180-
FRACTALS
Mathematics, Physics. a geometrical or physical structure having an irregular or fragmented
shape at all scales of measurement between a greatest and smallest scale such that certain
mathematical or physical properties of the structure, as the pe
Creating A Theater: Project Part 1
Creating a Theater: A Trigonometry Project
MA1310
Taylor London
Donald Collins
Harold Moss
Brett Guyton Jr.
1
Creating A Theater: Project Part 1
The requirements for this project is 5 tiered rows to seat 25 people every
7/15/14
Shake, Rattle, and Roll
Taylor London
Brett Guyton Jr.
Donald Collins
Chris Hughes
MA1310
1
7/15/14
How fast is a Speeding Bullet?
The velocity of a bullet is given in feet per second (fps) in the United States. The 0.22 rim fire
cartridge, which
MA1310: Week 2 Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
This lab requires you to:
Use like bases to solve exponential equations.
Use logarithms to solve exponential equations.
Use the definition of a logarithm to solve logarithmic equations.
Use the
MA1310: Week 1 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
This lab requires you to:
Evaluate exponential functions.
Graph exponential functions.
Evaluate functions with base e.
Change from logarithmic to exponential form.
Change from exponential to logarithmic
Phillip Harris
9 January 2016
NT1330 Unit 3 Assignment 1
Active Directory Design Scenario
In order to implement a new AD DS infrastructure, there are some questions I will need
answers too. First what are the sites/OU? Is there specific Domain names to be