MAT 194
Precalculus
Project 2
Bacteria Cultures
B a c t e r ia C u lt u r e s
Lab Preparation
Fully appreciating the nature of growth and decay can help us understand much of what we see
in the world around us. Many phenomena, such as the spread of the AI
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Bacteria Cultures
Growth and decay happens daily in the world around us. Learning to understand this concept
will help us better understand what takes place around us, and why. In this lab, we focused on growth
of three d
MAT 194
Precalculus
Lab 3
Prices and Revenue
P r ic e s a n d R e v e n u e
Lab Preparation
In a small, simple economy it is reasonable to assume that if the price of an item is increased,
then there will be a drop in sales. In this lab, you will investig
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MAT194 Precalculus Section 3
Exam #1
Directions. Read all questions carefully. You are allowed to use a calculator, but make sure to show your
work when you are asked to use algebra. If you get stuck on a question, move on to the
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Precalculus Lab 3
Prices and Revenues
In a competitive economy, the right price that will produce the greatest amount of products sold
is vital. If the price is either too high or too low, one's sales could drop significantly. Therefor
MAT 194
Precalculus
Project 4
Daylight and SAD
D a y lig h t a n d S e a s o n a l A f f e c t iv e D is o r d e r ( S A D )
Background
The seasons affect everyones moods to some degree, but some people are so strongly affected
by the amount of daylight t
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Lab Report Rubric
PreLab Preparation* (5 points)
completed the prelab assignment on time (before lab begins)
_/5
Writing Elements (6 points)
includes an introduction explaining to the reader what the lab
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Lab Report #4
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Daylight and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
With the onset of winter season, the days become colder and darker. The average amount
of daylight decreases during the season, causing shorter days and longer nights
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MAT:194 Lab
Crickets Nature's Thermometer
Crickets do not just chirp for the fun of it, they do so to communicate with female crickets.
However, these crickets are more interesting than one would think. The amount of times a cricket
chirps re
MAT 194
Precalculus
Project 1
Crickets Natures Thermometer
C r ic k e t s N a t u r e s T h e r m o m e t e r
Lab Preparation
Crickets are one of natures more interesting insects, partly because of their musical
ability. In England, the chirping or singin
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Lab Report #2
Bacteria Cultures
Growth and decay happens daily in the world around us. Learning to understand this concept
will help us better understand what takes place around us, and why. In this lab, we focused on growth
of three d
MAT
194
Final
Exam
Spring 2008
May 5, 2008
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Final Exam
Fall 2008
Dec. lO,2008
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this exam. Show ALL work required to solve the problems. You may use a nonsymbolic calculator on any p
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Show your work. W rite d own y our c alculations, even if you
use your calculator. T here a re 10 problems on 8 pages, including
t his page. E ach n umbered p
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Spring 2007
Show your work. Write down your calculations, even i f you
use your calculator. T here a re 10 problems on 8 pages, including
this page. Each numbered problem is worth 10 p oints.
MAT 194
Precalculus
Revenue
Lab 3
Prices and
Prices and Revenue
Lab Preparation
In a small, simple economy it is reasonable to assume that if the price of an item is increased,
then there will be a drop in sales. In this lab, you will investigate the chan
MAT 194
Test #2
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Oct. 30, 2009
Show all work! Answer all questions!
(1) [10 pts] Calculate the average rates of change for the function in the table below. Is
the function concave up, concave down or neither? Justify your answer.
t
H(t)
3.2
3.6
4.0
4
MAT 194
Test #3
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Dec. 11, 2009
Show all work, including any formulas that you use. Answer all questions.
(1) [8 pts] The graph of f(x) is shown below. Give a formula in terms of f(x) for graph
(a) and graph (b).
y
10
8
f(x)
6
4
2
x
6
4
2
2
4
6
8
1
MAT 194
Test #1
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Sept 25, 2009
Show all work! Answer all questions!
(1) [16 pts] Find the average rate of change of f ( x ) = 3 x 2 x between the points:
(a)
(2, f (2) and (3, f (3)
(b)
( x , f ( x ) and ( x + h , f ( x + h ) . Simplify this answer.
MAT 194  Final Exam
December 15, 2010
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1. Do NOT open this booklet until you are told to do so. You will have 2 hours to complete this
exam.
2. This test is a closedbook, closednotes test. You may use a nonsym