History 10C/110C, Spring 2017
Professor J.P. Daughton ([email protected])
Class: M/W, 4:30-5:50, Building 200-203
Office: Building 200; Room 102
Office Hours: Mondays, 2:30-4 and by appt.
10C/110C: The Problem of Modern Europe
Acts of desperate migrat
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Welcome to English Language Development/ELD! Students enrolled in this course are
designated as English Learners based on the CELDT (California English Language Development
Test). In this class, we will set goals an
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2014-2015 English 2 Syllabus
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Course Description
This course will use a combination of novels and short stories to create a literary community of learners which question, analyze, and reflect up
Income Taxes - Compliance
Much of the compliance with the US Federal income tax is
voluntary in the sense that the government depends on
taxpayers to honestly and accurately report income and
properly compute and pay the taxes.
There are substantial penal
Sources of Taxable Income
The tax law defines income as all income from whatever
source. There are exceptions by definition (Cap W.E.S.T. Work)
and by statute.
This set of slides describes major income sources that are
added together to get Total Income.
Adjustments and Deductions
The tax law allows taxpayers to reduce their income by certain amounts to achieve
the taxable income used for the tax base. This reduces tax owed.
Adjustments (also called deductions FOR AGI, or above the line) are amounts
subtr
The Tax Formula
FIN 381 Personal Financial Planning
Income Definition
Federal income tax applies to income-broadly defined, and
from whatever source derived.
Basically, this means that all income is taxable unless there
is some exception.
U.S. taxpayers,
FIN 381
Personal Financial Planning
Graded Homework #8
Tax
Dalton, 5th Ch. 12
1.
Billy owns an investment that yields a 10% rate of return each year. The returns from this investment are fully
taxable for income tax purposes. If Billy is in a 25% tax brac
Education Needs
The advantages (financially and personally) of post high school
education or formal job training are well documented.
Particularly for those programs that lead to solid career fields,
the pursuit of higher education can be a positive Net P
Tax Breaks for Higher Education
The federal tax law allows many possible tax breaks for education.
We have already seen in the text that pure scholarships (no work involved)
are excluded from taxable income to the extent of tuition and fees.
There are sev
Saving for College
There are several different methods of saving toward college
expenses that maximize tax advantages (minimize income taxes
on the returns).
Important: minimizing an effective tax rate on an investment
maximizes the after tax rate of retu
Tax Strategies
Remember, there is no legal, ethical, moral, or patriotic
obligation to pay more than the minimum tax required by the
letter of the law. Tax law is debated by politicians and written
by professionals; there is no such thing as a loophole. A
Income Tax Filing Status
The tax law recognizes certain life situations and makes some adjustments
for these. One way this is accomplished is through different filing statuses.
Different filing statuses use different tax rates and brackets. For example,
t
Financial Aid Planning
There are many sources of financial aid for students pursuing higher
education. These may be scholarships or loans.
Financial aid may be strictly merit-based (GPA, test scores, other) or based
on some combination of merit and financ
Tax Credits
Once computed, the amount of tax is reduced by credits. Credits are
subtracted directly from the amount of tax to get the amount due.
Credits rock because unlike deductions, they reduce the tax owed
dollar for dollar. This is more valuable tha
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sampling Size
A total of 300 observations of Bob Ramos, an assembly-line worker, were
made over a 40-hour workweek. The sample also showed that Bob was
busy working (assembling the parts) during 250 observations.
Number of Observatio
Section 1.5-Practice Problems on Graghing Transformations
For each of the following, determine the domain and range of the mction and sketch the graph of the
function on the coordinate plane.
1. f(x) = 2x2 16x + 27
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1.1 Functions
I. Determine Whether a Relation Represents a Function
A relation is a correspondence between two sets. A relation is a set of ordered pairs.
(x,y) x-independent variable y- dependent variable
Let and be two nonempty sets. A function form i
1
0.1 The Distance and Midpoint Formulas
Rectangular or Cartesian Coordinate System
I. Use the Distance Formula
Distance Formula
The distance between two points 1 = (1 , 1 ) and 2 = (2 , 2 ), denoted by
(1 , 2 ), is
(1 , 2 ) =
Example:
1) Find the distanc
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For each of the following, determine the domain and range of the function and sketch the graph of
the function of the coordinate plane. '
Section 1.5 - Practice Problems on Graghing Transformations
l. f(x)=:;_2
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domain = L w; ,0) I l
range = (~90, go)
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10.6 Systems of Nonlinear Equations
I.
Using Substitution
1. If the system contains two variables and if the equations in the system are easy to graph,
then graph them. By graphing each equation in the system, you can get an idea of how
many solutions a
Section 1.5 Practice Problems on Graphing Transformations
For each of the following, determine the domain and range of the function and sketch the graph of
the function of the coordinate plane.
1.
f ( x)
2
x2
5
domain =
range =
x-intercepts:
y-intercepts
Please complete the following problems for review.
1. Let () = |2 + 1| , () = 5.
Solve each of the following graphically (by graphing) and algebraically:
a) () = ()
b) () ()
c) () < ()
2. Let () = 6 2| 1| , () = 3.
Solve each of the following graphically
Exponential and Logarithm functions-For each of the following, determine the domain and range of the
function and sketch the graph of the function on the coordinate plane. Label three points and name any
asymptote.
1.
Domain=
Range =
points
2.
Domain=
Ran
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HSC4M-A Lesson 3
Venn diagram
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Venn diagram
Australian government's apology
to Australia's Indigenous Peoples
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Similarities
Canadian government's apology
for the residential sc
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February 15, 2017
Lesson 17:
Rites of Passages and Socialization
Children (and adults) are also socialized by rituals that draw
attention to major transitions or changes in life. These rituals or
ceremonies are called rites of passage. One of t
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February 15, 2017
Lesson 17:
Other Socializing Agents
School, religious institutions, sports, television, and online
technology all play a part in the socialization of children. For
example, while students interact with others at school, they a