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AP CALCULUS
Instructor:
Miss Kristen Brown
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E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 392-1000 ext. 2382
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Famous Scientist Assignment
Many of the things you learn in todays classroom was once studied for many years by
scientist who worked full time inventing and creating new ideas to get
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Quiz VII
Humanism was a new way of learning that seemed to focus on humans and their values.
Humanism taught the way people thought, learned, and even changed the way the
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Quiz VIII
During the Renaissance it was almost impossible to separate religion from political
authority The Renaissance saw new developments relating to politics
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Quiz VI
The Renaissance was a period in European history. It began in the 14th century, and expanded all the
way to the 17th century. Renaissance means rebirth i
Intro to Series Reading Guide
Coverage: 8.1 pages 601-604 and 8.3. Pay attention to Examples 1 and 3 in 8.3.
Please pause frequently
to repeat the motto of series:
P
The sum of a series ( k=1 ak ) is
8.4 Reading Guide
If short on time, focus on 627-630, the p-series section on 632-633, and 636-637.
1. All of the examples in this section are worth your time. Please read all.
2. The divergence test
6.1: Velocity and Net Change
If you are short on time: focus on the explanations (there are LOTS of examples), which is on pages 398-401 and 404-405, as well as Example 1.
1. Explain what Figure 6.3 i
Reading Guide for 8.5 Ratio, Root, and Comparison Tests
This is a very information-dense few pages. Read all of the theorems and all
of the examples. Since weve already talked about this material in c
6.2 Regions Between Curves
If you are short on time, focus on Examples 1-3.
1. In Example 1: Why do we look for points of intersection?
2. In Example 1, what do they mean by using symmetry?
3. For Exa
Math 2564
Gabriels Horn, or How to paint an infinite wall
Cal II, Fall 2016
Gabriels Horn
(image from Wolfram Mathworld)
1
Consider the region R bounded by f (x) = and the y-axis over 1 x < . We know
6.3 Volume by Slicing
Directions: Take 15 minutes to read pages 421-424 carefully. Then fill in the
blank to complete the following summary of the idea of volume by slicing.
(This activity is adapted
Strategies for the Practice Test
1. Use u-sub, with u = x 7. This is an improper integral. It diverges.
2. Integration by parts, with u = 3t, dv = e5t dt.
3. Use trig sub or u-sub with u = x2 + 64.
4.
Questions for the Drama Exam: Installment 1
Be prepared to write about a page on each of these questions. Ill add about two more questions
next week.
1. Describe the additions made to Bottoms story in
Multiple-Choice Homework 15: Work
Problem 1: Consider the situation described in question 4 of the Self-Quiz at the end of Section 9.4 in your
textbook. What would the energy balance diagram look like
Multiple-Choice Homework 12: Forces
Problem 1: What would be the average force exerted by cart 2 on cart 1 during the collision illustrated by the
velocity vs. time graph in Figure 8.2 (a), if the mas
Multiple-Choice Homework 11: Interactions, part 2
Problem 1: True or false: the conversion of source energy into any other form of energy is always irreversible.
Solution
(a) True
This is covered in S
Multiple-Choice Homework 10: Interactions
Problem 1: Which of the following is true about potential energy? (If both (a) and (b) are true, choose (c); if
neither is true, choose (d).)
Solution
(b) It
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Solutions to Open Response Homework 13: Practice test for Exam 2
Problem 1
Problem: A dump truck is sitting at the top of a hill, and its parking brake disengages. It rolls down a hill
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Quiz 1
Math 2574-004
September 2, 2016
Instructions: Clearly show all your work to receive full credit. Enclose the nal answer in a -.
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MATH 2603 Discrete Math
Exam 2: Emotions, Relations, and Algorithms
Wednesday, Mar. 16, 2016
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You will have 55 minutes to complete this exam. You may not use any
MATH 2603 Discrete Math
Exam 1: Sets, Propositions, and Mathematical Proof
Monday, Feb. 22, 2016
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MATH 2603 Discrete Math
Exam 3: Counting and Graphs
Wednesday, Apr. 27, 2016
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You will have 55 minutes to complete this exam. You may not use any calculator on thi
MATH 2603 Quiz 7 (Combinations and Probability)
April 8, 2016
You have ten minutes to complete this quiz. Keep all work on the quiz itself. When you
have nished, turn your quiz upside-down and remain
MATH 2603 Quiz 6 (Basics of Counting Methods)
April 1, 2016
You have ten minutes to complete this quiz. Keep all work on the quiz itself. When you
have nished, turn your quiz upside-down and remain at
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Math 3103 Combinatorics (Luecking)
NAME:
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First Quiz (solutions)
29 Aug 2016
You do not have to simplify these numerical answers, but you must present your final answer using onl
Math 3103 Combinatorics (Luecking)
NAME:
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Fourth Quiz (solutions)
16 Sep 2016
1. Find the rook polynomial of the following chessboard. Write it as a sum of terms
consisting of nu
Math 3103 Combinatorics (Luecking)
NAME:
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Second Quiz (solutions)
7 Sep 2016
You do not have to simplify these numerical answers, but you must present your
final answer using onl