DMA 040 Workbook:
Expressions, Linear
Equations, Linear
Inequalities
Revised: 6/1/2016
Wake Tech
Community College
040 Expressions, Linear Equations, Linear Inequalities
Week 1
Introductory Activity: Expressions, Linear Equations, Linear Inequalities . 1
DMA 060 Workbook:
Polynomials and
Quadratic Applications
Revised: 6/11/2016
Wake Tech
Community College
060 Polynomials and Quadratic Applications Check List
Week 1
Dates: _
Introductory Activity: Trajectory of an Object and its Graph . 14
Hawkes 6.1:
DMA 050 Workbook:
Graphs and Equations
of Lines
Revised: 6/11/2016
Wake Tech
Community College
050 Graphs and Equations of Lines
Week 1
Introductory Activity: Graphs and Equations of Lines . 12
Hawkes 5.1 Reading Graphs
Hawkes 5.2 The Cartesian Coordinat
DMA 020 Workbook:
Fractions and Decimals
Revised: 6/11/2016
Wake Tech
Community College
020 Fractions and Decimals
Week 1
Introductory Activity: Fractions and Decimals .1
Hawkes 2.1 Test for Divisibility, Prime Number, and Prime Factorization
Hawkes 2.2 L
What lessons have you learned only through experiencing events for yourself? What lessons are
you being taught by experience right now? Why are lessons from experience so powerful in
your life?
Kierin McCallen
UNI 101
9/7/16
The best lessons in life are t
What priority should be given in higher education to teaching practical skills with career
applicability versus learning theories and ideas that may not have direct application to work?
What type of learning do you connect with the most? Why do you have t
Kierin McCallen
UNI 101025
15 November 2016
I WISH TO PREACH, NOT THE DOCTRINE OF IGNOBLE EASE, BUT THE DOCTRINE
OF THE STRENUOUS LIFE  THEODORE ROOSEVELT, US PRESIDENT. Do you prefer
pursuits that are easily achieved or require effort? Overall, is your
For many students, moving to college is their first experience of living away from home. Has
your idea of home changed in the time youve been away? How do you foresee your
relationship with family, friends and connections there over time? What do you valu
Kierin McCallen
UNI 101
20 September 2016
If you could require all first year students at UNCW to read one book this school year, what
would it be? What reasons are there for it being chosen?
If I could require all first year students at UNCW to read one
What Personal Values do you see expressed at UNCW among students? What about among
faculty? How do those compare to people where you have lived previously? How do you expect
your values will develop during your time in college?
Kierin McCallen
UNI 101
8/3
FOR THE MIND DOES NOT REQUIRE FILLING LIKE A BOTTLE, BUT RATHER, LIKE WOOD, IT ONLY
REQUIRES KINDLING TO CREATE IN IT AN IMPULSE TO THINK INDEPENDENTLY AND AN ARDENT
DESIRE FOR THE TRUTH PLUTARCH, PHILOSOPHER AND BIOGRAPHER What experiences or
opportuniti
Kierin McCallen
UNI 101025
21 October 2016
What Stands Out
When thinking about my experiences in college so far, the thing that stands out to me
the most is a sense of freedom. Every day I am able to make decisions for myself without the
interference fro
Event Activity
Kierin McCallen
UNI 101025
4 November 2016
Study Abroad Fair
Studying abroad is something that has interested me for a long time, so naturally I was very
excited to learn more about the subject as entered the study abroad fair that was bei
Event Activity
Kierin McCallen
UNI 101025
3 November 2016
Synergy Event
Sarah Pressmans synergy presentation at the Burney Center dived into the how Little
Bee was able to live through all the stressors she had to face throughout her traumatic life. As a
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Practice Test 2
MA121
September 28, 2011
Greg Dempsey
1. Find the derivatives of the following functions:
(a) f (x) = 14x3 + 12x2 56x + 20
(b) f (x) = 2x0.27 +
(c) f (x) =
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Practice Test 2
MA121
September 28, 2011
Greg Dempsey
1. Find the derivatives of the following functions:
(a) f (x) = 14x3 + 12x2 56x + 20
(b) f (x) = 2x0.27 +
(c) f (x) =
4
12
12 x
1
+ 42x 6
x + 45x
5
4
(d) f (x) = x 6 + 2x 7
2. Find the derivatives of t
Test 2 Solutions
MA121
October 3, 2011
1. (10p) If y = x6 + 6x3 + 7x2 + x + 4, nd
d3 y
d5 y
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dx5
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dy
5
2
dx = 6x + 18x + 14x + 1
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dx2
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dx3
= 120x3 + 36
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dx4
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d5 y
dx5
= 720x
2. Given f (x) = 9x2 + 4 a
Practice Test 3
MA121
October 26, 2011
Greg Dempsey
1. For each of the following functions, nd all relative extrema and classify each as a maximum
or minimum. Use the SecondDerivative Test where possible.
(a) f (x) = x2 x
(b) f (x) = x3 12x 1
(c) f (x) =
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MA121
October 31, 2011
Greg Dempsey
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