REPORT: BROCK MILIUS
PROFILE
TALENTS
After years of research, Gallup identified 10 innate
talents shared by successful builders. Gallup
PROFITABILITY
defines a "builder" as someone who can create
economic energy where none previously existed.
This report
DONE
LAB 2.7
Conservation of Matter
PurposeTo find a relationship between the mass of reactants and the mass of products in a
chemical reaction.
MaterialsSnack-size plastic bag, baking soda (sodium bicarbonate), vinegar (acetic acid),
balance, rubber band
Article One describes Congress, the legislative branch of the federal government.
Also states the requirements of citizens who run for the Senate and the house and how
often they are elected.
Reps. Must be 25 years old and a citizen for seven years
Sen
noun
a. person places things
common
proper
abstract
cannot be detected with five senses
concrete
can be recongnized by senses
collective
refer to group; team, band; plural or singular
pronoun
a. Used in place of noun
b. Jon is late; he is always
4. Spanking shouldnt be considered child abuse
Many kids can not be disciplined by words or by grounding
Kids like these May respond to a little physical motivation that does no harm or
pain except for that moment
Unless there are bruises and other lo
1. socialism- is a social and economic system characterised by social ownership of the
means of production and co-operative management of the economy, as well as a political
theory and movement that aims at the establishment of such a system.
Palmer raids
CHAPTER 2
Final Chapter Project
Purpose: To determine which antacid more effectively neutralizes 25.0 mL of hydrochloric acid.
Background info: We have used pH paper to determine the pH level of substances before and
we have all used equate antacids befor
The author is trying to make a point that many people who are hungry do not care about
whether food is modified or not. Hippie represents a first world citizen. Shows first world citizen's
ignorance of bigger issues in the world like world hunger.
Severit
PROBLEM SET
Practice Problems for Exam #1
Math 1352, Fall 2004
Oct. 1, 2004
ANSWERS
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Problem 1.vLet R be the region bounded by the curves x = y 2 and y = x.
A. Find the volume of the solid generated by revolving the region R around the
x-axis.
Answer :
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Calculus II - Lecture 1
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Dr. Petronela Radu
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
January 10, 2017
P. Radu (UNL)
Math 107-Lecture 1
January 10, 2017
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Getting Ready
Read the syllabus and course policies and let us know (instructor o
Calculus II - Lecture 2
Thursday, January 12, 2017
Dr. Petronela Radu
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
January 12, 2017
P. Radu (UNL)
Math 107-Lecture 2
January 12, 2017
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Warm-up. Review of Lecture 1.
Last time we reviewed definitions and interpretations
Section 7.2: Volume
Let S be a solid and suppose that the area of the cross-section of S in the plane Px
perpendicular to the x-axis passing through x is A(x) for a x b.
Consider slicing the solid into cylindrical slabs with base area A(x) and width dx. T
Math 107
Calculus II
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Spring 2017
COURSE SYLLABUS
Text: Calculus, Single and Multivariable, 6th ed. by Hughes-Hallett, et al., ISBN: 978-0470-88861-2.
Worksheet Packets: During most recitations, you will work through exercise
Section 7.3: Volume by Cylindrical Shells
Let f be a continuous function such that f (x) 0 for all x in [a, b]. What is the volume
of the solid obtained by revolving the region under the curve y = f (x) for a x b about
the y-axis?
Consider a vertical stri
Math 107Section 150 Calculus II Spring 2017 Course Information Sheet
This sheet contains information specific to lecture section 150 of Math 107. See the common Math 107 syllabus for
additional information, including a list of practice problems.
Lecture T
Math 106 Spring 2015 Exam 2 Review Notes and Problems
Implicit differentiation
Consider cos(x) + tan(y) + xy 2 = 1 .
2 2
e x y arctan x = 2 3x ln(5y)
Hyperbolic functions
Know the definitions: cosh x =
e x + e x
e x e x
sinh x
, sinh x =
, tanh x =
.
2
2
Math 106 Calculus I
Section 850
Lecture: MWF 1:30-2:20
Love Library South (LLS) 102
Instructor: Mark Brittenham
Office: Avery Hall (AVH) 219
E-mail: [email protected]
Telephone: (47)2-7222
WWW: http:/www.math.unl.edu/mbrittenham2/
WWW pages for th
Exam 2 Study Guide
Math 106
Note: This is meant to remind you of the major topics weve covered and is not meant to be an inclusive
list of every concept from the course. Any topic/example covered in lecture is fair game for the exam as
well as material fr
Running Head: Approval Voting
1
For the first week of class, we have discussed 4 different type voting methods; Plurality,
Borda count, pairwise comparisons and plurality-with-elimination. All methods have their own
benefits and drawbacks. For this essay,
Math 106 - section 550 (Prof. Rammaha) Your Name:
GWE
10/4/2012
TA Name:
Instructions: You need not simplify. Circle or box your final answer for each
problem. No partial credit.
1
(1) (1 point) If f (x) = 2x4 2 + 4x + 3 arcsin x, then f 0 (x) is:
x
2
(2)
March 12, 2002
MATH 106 Sec 351352 Exam II
Name:
Instructions: You must show supporting work to receive full and partial credits.
Spring Semester, 2002
Score:
1(20pts) (a) A function f is given at the those x values shown in the table.
x
0.8
0.9 1 1.1
1.2
Math 106-250 Spring 15
Exam 3
Score:
Print Your Name:
TAs Name:
Instructions: You must show supporting work as much as possible to receive full and partial credits. No
text book, notes, formula sheets allowed.
1. (10 pts) Consider the definite integral
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Spring 2011 Math106 Project: Approximating
2
1. It is generally accepted that the Pythagoreans
in the late 5th BC were
the first to discover irrational numbers such as 2 which is the hypotenuse
of a right triangle of equal sides of unit length and which
Math 106Section 450 (Prof. Rammaha) Your Name:
Exam 2
10/31/2013
TA Name:
You must show all of your work to receive full credit!
No.
score
1
2
3
4
(1)
(10 points) Find the linearization of f (x) =
9.2.
5
6
Total
2x + 7 at x = 1; and use it to approximate
Math 106-Sec 51X Summer 05
Exam 3
Score:
Name:
TAs Name:
Problem
Score
1
2
3
4
5
6
Total
Instructions: You must show supporting work to receive full and partial credits. No text book, notes,
formula sheets allowed.
1(20pts) Find the following limits. (Mak
Math 106
.
Answers to Exam 1a
Fall 2015
121. Find the derivative of the following functions. Do not simplify your answers.
ex cos x
x2 + 2
5
(b) g(z) = 3 sin(z 2 ) + ez
(a) f (x) =
Solution. Using the quotient rule on f (x) and the chain rule on g(z), we