Columbus State Community College
Math 2255 Elementary Differential Equations
After Class Quiz 2,
1.
Name:
Identify each of the following differential equations as either Separable, Homogeneous, Linear or
Bernoulli. Justify your conclusion, if it is separa
Math 2568 Homework #5:
Do all problems on separate paper and attach your work to this sheet. Show all work and give full explanations when
needed. Each problem is worth 10 points.
1) Let be the unit disk. That is, let = cfw_[] 2 + 2 1 .
a) Show that is no
Columbus State Community College
Math 2255 Elementary Differential Equations
Review Problems for Test 1
1.
2.
Identify each of the following differential equations as either Separable, Homogeneous, Linear or
Bernoulli. Justify your conclusion, if it is se
Math 2568 Coordinate Practice Problems:
The following are some problems that will help with our understanding of coordinate systems for vector spaces. This is
not an official graded homework, but will greatly increase your chance of earning a high score o
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Columbus State Community College
Math 2255 Elementary Differential Equations
After Class Quiz 2,
1.
Solve the first order linear differential equation:
dy
cos t sec y 0
dt
A.
sin t
B.
t
C.
2tyy t 2 3 y 2
D.
t 2 y ty y 2
E.
dy
2ty 2 3t 2 y 2
dt
F.
ty 2 y
Memo
To:
Professor Tim Ullmer
From:
Student, Construction Estimator Intern
Date:
June 7, 2016
Subject: Time and Cost savings of BIM
An upcoming building process, Building Information Modeling (BIM), is receiving many
accolades in the Construction Industry
COLUMBUS STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
ESSH 1101 - Introduction to Environmental Science, Safety & Health
Name Lawrence Michael Huffman
Due Date 4/10/2016
Homework 8 The Atmosphere, Air Pollution and Air Pollution Control
Environmental Science: Earth as a Livin
Test One
Sections 2.2—2.6, 3.1, 3.2, 3.5, & 3.3
MATH 1151 — Summer 2015 (TTh)
Show mathematical methods covered in this course to support your answers.
2
1. Find each x—Value at which the function f (x) = ————x———3—§———2 is discontinuous. Then,
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Quiz 5 Name 1
Sections 4.7 & 4.4
MATH 1151 — Summer 2015 (TTh)
Show mathematical methods covered in this course to support your answers.
1. Farmer Violet wants to enclose one 900 square meter rectangular plot of land using fencing.
Three of the four sides
Quiz 1V Name K'e?!
Seotions122 & 2‘3 ’
MATH 1151 — Summer‘ZOlS.
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1. Find the exact values ofthe following limits, analytically:
a. Ema—80’ ' «ﬁll—w ._., um , , '
H1654 {734% 'X-ﬂc,
Quiz4
Sections 3.7 & 3.10
MATH 1151 — Summer 2015 .
Show mathematical methods covered in this course to support your answers.
1. A rectangle currently has a length of 210 cm and a Width of 80 cm. At 2 P.M., the length of
the rectangle will start increasin
Test Two
Sections 3.4, 3.6-3.10, 4.1, 4.2, & Normal lines
MATH 1151 Summer 2015 (TTh)
Name
Show mathematical methods covered in this course to support your answers.
1. Find an equation of the normal line to the graph of g ( x) ( x 2 3)11 at the point (2,
A Proof of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
If f is continuous on [a, b] and F is an antiderivative of f on [a, b] , then:
b
f ( x) dx F (b) F (a)
a
Proof
Since f is continuous on [a, b] and F ( x) f ( x) on [a, b] , F i
Quiz 6 Name KEV
Sections 4.1/4.2, 4.5, & 4.6
MATH 1151 — Summer2015
Show mathematical methods covered in this course to support your answers.
1. Use the Second Derivative Test to identify the local extrema of f (x) = x4 + 8x3 — 270x2 — 20
and the x—values
Quiz 2 Name Ker
Sections 2.4-2.6
MATH 1151 — Summer 2015 (MWF)
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1. Consider the ﬁmction h(x) = thx—ﬁ‘; 1:4—
7 x2. — 6x — 27 (x— ‘1 )(Jc-t 3)
a. State the x—values at whi
Recall the following:
Definitions
A function f is even if f ( x) f ( x) for every x in its domain.
A function f is odd if f ( x) f ( x) for every x in its domain.
Theorem
A function is even if and only if its graph is symmetric with respect to the y-ax
Test 2 Review
Chapters 4 and 16
1. A small country consists of four states A, B, C, and D and has 100 seats in their legislature. The
populations are given in the following table.
State
A
B
C
D
Population 67,200 78,300 73,800 80,700
Answer the following q
Math 116
Test 1
Review
Directions: Answer each question completely and show all pertinent work to receive partial credit.
All statements should be in complete sentences.
1. An election is held among 4 candidates A, B, C and D. The votes are summarized in
From Section 1.2.4
17.
y x 2 2x 8
We start by selecting some a random number for the value of x.
We can try working with x=10 (other choices are fine here, as long as the conclusion
about the symmetry is the same).
Substituting 10 for x in the equation gi
Chapter 15 Discussion Board Problems Math 1116
Basic Counting
1. A local restaurant specializes in burritos. Each burrito comes with your choice of one protein
(chicken, steak, pork, tofu), one salsa (mild, medium, hot), and one side (pinto beans, black
b
Math 1116
Test 1
Review
Directions: Answer each question completely and show all pertinent work to receive partial credit.
All statements should be in complete sentences.
1. An election is held among 4 candidates A, B, C and D. The votes are summarized in
Test 2 Review
Chapters 4 and 16
1. A small country consists of four states A, B, C, and D and has 100 seats in their legislature. The
populations are given in the following table.
State
A
B
C
D
Population 67,200 78,300 73,800 80,700
Answer the following q
Test 3 Review
Chapters 5 7
Directions: Answers must be supported by appropriate work to receive full credit. Supporting work
must be sufficient to demonstrate use of the specified method to receive full credit. Explanations
must be given in complete sente