Group Discussion Rules
1. Each member takes responsibility
for his/her own learning.
2. Each member of the group is
willing to help every other group
member who asks for help.
3. Groups may ask the teacher for
help only when all group
members have the sam
UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA AT BIRMINGHAM
MA 094 (Tues/Thurs) Spring 2017 COURSE SYLLABUS
Section: MA094 ZN
Instructor: Tami Puchta
Instructor email: [email protected]
Instructor office hours in the MLL: Wednesday 10:00-11:00; Thursday 9:20-10:30
EH 216 Spring 2017
Essay II assignment
Due in class Monday, March 27
3-5 pages in length
25% of final grade
submit in print (please staple)
Before starting work on your essay, read through this entire assignment sheet and come up with a
EH 216 Introduction to Literature
sec. 1B, CRN 37222
EB 225, MWF 9:05-9:55am
Professor Don Gilliland
Course information and class calendar
Email: [email protected]
Office hours: MWF, 10:15-11:00am, at the Sterne Library Starbucks, an
MA 094/098/110 Scoring Guide
Evidence Of Problem Solving:
Interpreting the concepts of the task and
translating them into mathematics
Choosing strategies that can work, and then
carrying out the strategies chosen.
QUIZ 3 SOLUTIONS
September 11, 2013
1. (5 points) Evaluate the definite integral
SOLUTIONS: We use trig substitution and set t = sec . We convert the whole
integral into variables. We have
dt = d(sec ) = sec tan d.
The limits o
Using the expression for acceleration that
> d7) 2 4
a 7 ET+vnN,
where 1 denotes speed, H curvature, T the unit tangent vector, and N the unit normal
vector, answer the following questions:
(a) A car traveling down a straight road at c
Draw a sketch
and work the problem.
> > >
7703:? :> m?:imgj :)> ?:igj :)> ?:igtj +70 :>
:1: = 1170 + tee cos(c9)
a 32.) a a
I' gQJ + V0+ 10:> y : yo+t081n(6)ig%
For this problem, we may take 230 : 0,4 : y0,00 : 1000 and 6 : 0(Why?)
We want acf :7 give
(b) Find the curvature, 14, as a function of t.
f) ~> ~>
1 J k
4 4 7 73
H: llavxavll and EX?:det t7l 1 O :<0707%t7 >
12:? 0 0
(c) At what it is H the largest? t : 0
If you did the problem below problem, 1 also counted it ok.
Let 2: :y2 for :1: 6 [71,2
Show all work!
40)1. A particle follows a path given by F05) =< 152,73 >, t6 [1I1].
b) Find the speed when t : 0,
c) Find the acceleration when t : 0.
(d) Set up, but do not evaluate the integral representing t
c f' c .'
: i'rocfw_ *^ '
Ba ra r,"l
3 ot' v4 r i,' il .1. ,
fw t=6 -1L
+ a [",=7
i t+> = ftt\? + 3c*) 1 r r. (t) i.
i tk) = cfw_tft)? + 1 rc
I. Lets assume that the son is going to the Michigan State University (MSU) for sure out of all colleges in
the world. And his father had no choice but to go to MSU and get one of the 8000 rooms available back
Students who have earned less than 28 c
Suppose two six-sided die is rolled and
they both land on sixes.
Or a coin is flipped and it lands on
Or record the color of the next 20 cars
to pass an intersection.
These would be examples of chance
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Melvin D. Edwards
June 4, 2015
Activity 4.1: A simple Sensor-Activated System
/ start.nxc a very simple program for the NXT
Sociology & Social Change:
Visions of a Better Future
fundamental alterations in the patterns of
culture, structure, and social behavior over
How do YOU define positive social change?
Lessons of sociology & social