Bri Greenlee
Z12202404
23 January 2017
Locke
Lab 2
1.By graphing y=tan(4x)/x and zooming in
toward the y-intercept, estimate the value of
the limit of y as x approaches zero. In order to
force W|A to zoom near the y-intercept you
might specify the domain
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Mat 201 - Calculus One
Wolfram|Alpha Lab 9
Topic: Derivative Applications
1. Plot f(x) = 2cos(x) + sin^2(x) together f(x) and f(x). Use at least two sentences to
discuss the relationship between the functions.
2. Find the linear and quadratic app
Bri Greenlee
Z12202404
Lab 7
1.
Consider a circle with radius equal to 9, centered at the origin. The equation
2 2
of the curve would be:x +y =81.
A: To find the expression for the slope of the tangent lines to the circle I took
x^2+y^2=81 and I found the
Bri Greenlee
Z12202404
Lab One
1. Plot the square root of (x^2) from minus two to two.
2.
Graph sin(t)+cos(sqrt(3)t) from t = -20 to 20.
3. Plot the following: f(x) =|x^3 Pi|
4.
Find all solutions to x^4-1=0. What are the real roots?
5.
Find the equation
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Victoria Anders
Mrs. Locke
MAT 105 College Algebra - Fall 2016
1 December 2016
Encoding and Decoding Project
Sending messages in code and trying to decode an enemys messages are not something
new to America; even George Washington wrote coded mes
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v = (x i h)2
Obiective: To understand the effects of "h" on the vertex form of the quadratic equation.
The Task:
Step 1: Answer the following questions using N/A when there is no answer.
Step 2: Plot and label all r
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Victoria Anders
Mrs. Locke
College Algebra Fall 2016
23 November 2016
Reading Assessment 7.4-7.6
Section 7.4
Intro. and O.1 Ex.2
Partial fraction decomposition is the process where you start with a single rational
function and write it as the su
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Victoria Anders
Mrs. Locke
MAT 105 College Algebra - Fall 2016
10 November 2016
Chapter 5 Reading Assessment
Section 5.2
Objective 1
The y-value of a log function is the exponent in the corresponding exponential expression
based on the definitio
Calculus I Group Project
Bethel Kifle, Fishomi Philip-King, Sara Keno and Zadziso Kamhara
Mrs Locke
30 November 2016
Maximizing Profit in Agriculture
Maximizing considering nitrogen level
Farmers have tried to figure out how to maximize their product and
Bethel Kifle
Z50927234
Lab 9
1) F(X)= 2cosx + sin^2 (x) and f(x)= -2sinx + 2sinxcosx and f(x)= -2cosx + 2cos^2(x)
2sin^2 (x)
The first and second derivate give a large amount of information about the shape of the graph of
the original function.
2)Linear
Fishomi Philip-King
Z11920380
Calculus I
Mrs Locke
30 November 2016
Lab 9 Derivative Applications
1.Plot f(x) = 2cos(x) + sin2(x) together f(x) and f(x). Use at least two sentences to discuss the
relationship between the functions.
F(x)= 2cos(x)+sin2(x)
F
Zadziso Kamhara
Calculus Group Project: Rough Draft
1. In Africa, there are vast areas of land, and agriculture is a means of survival for a lot of
families. Peasant farmers do not have any means to implement technological methods to
improve their yield.
Fishomi Philip-King
Calculus I Group Project
Rough Draf
Mrs Locke
18 November 2016
Maximizing Agricultural Yield.
Generally in agriculture, crop or agricultural yield is also known as or referred to as "agricultural
output" and is both the measure of the
Fishomi Philip-King
Calculus I Group Project
Rough Draf
Mrs Locke
18 November 2016
Maximizing Agricultural Yield.
Generally in agriculture, crop or agricultural yield is also known as or referred to as "agricultural
output" and is both the measure of the
Fishomi Philip King Z11920380 Lab 7
1. Consider a circle with radius equal to 9, centred at the origin. The equation of the curve
would be: x2 + y2 = 81.
a.) Using implicit differentiation would help me express the equation in terms of dy/dx, x
and y. Mak
Fishomi Philip-King
Z11920380
Calculus
Mrs Locke
2 December 2016
Summary of the Calculus Project
Farmers have tried to figure out how to maximize their product and profit as the number
of consumers increase each year. Our group project addressed the diff
Fishomi Philip-King
Calculus II
Dr. Valderrama
25th April 2017
Reflection paper on Taylor Series and the use of CAS.
Taylor series is a mathematical concept that we use to assist us when working with
and calculating complex functions. Taylor series are po
EXAM 5: Calculus II. MAT 202
Fall 2015- Dr. E. Valderrama
Name:
Date: 11/23/2015
Instructions
Provide clear answers and procedure, work line by line, dont do steps in your mind, put all the
algebra on the paper. Show all your work, if you just put the fi
Josue Gutierrez
Z18977461
MAT 201 - Calculus One
Wolfram|Alpha Lab One
Topic: Using W|A for Calculus
1.Plot the square root of (x^2) from minus two to two
2. Graph sin(t)+cos(sqrt(3)t) from t = -20 to 20.
3.Plot the following: f(x) =|x^3 Pi|
4. Find all s
Write a function cal_rec that will calculate and return the area of a rectangle. Pass the length and width
to the function as input arguments.
We want a script called main_script that will prompt the user for length and width, call the function
cal_rec th
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Macy Hanson
1st grade
Math
1. Can the students manipulate shapes to composite other shapes?
2. 1.G.A.2 Compose two-dimensional shapes (rectangles, squares, trapezoids,
triangles, half-circles, and quarter-circles) or three-dimensional shapes (cubes,
right
Macy Hanson
1st Grade
Math
1. Can the students tell time?
2. 1.MD3 Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital
clocks.
3. 1st grade. The students will need to learn the basics of telling time.
4. Telling time bingo sheet, bingo do