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Kaplan University School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
PS380
Unit 5 Learning Activity
Unit 5 Learning Activity
For the Unit 5 Learning Activity, you will discuss your interaction with your client. Plan to spend 20 to 30
minutes with your pretend clien
Unit 6 Discussion Board
1. Fill in the chart below by accessing the Google doc. Instructions on how to access to a Google doc are
available from your instructor.
Name
Height (x)
Shoe Size (y)
Data Point (x, y)
Olivia
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2. Plot the
The R- Word is Hurtful
Change is possible
by
Olivia Moranski
5/10/2016
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THE R-WORD IS HURTFUL
The term mental retardation was first recorded in 1895, taking place of terms like moron, idiot
and imbecile that had become insulting. By the 1960s people had
Kaplan University School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
PS380
Unit 3 Learning Activity
Unit 3 Learning Activity
In this learning activity entry, you will focus on consolidation in cognitive therapy. As mentioned when
we began this process in Unit One,
What is nonverbal communication? Why is it important for us to notice when the client is telling us their
story? How can our nonverbal communication send positive or negative messages to the client? Describe
an example of nonverbal communication you saw i
Single Mothers in Maine
Olivia. S.Moranski
Kaplan University
Moranski
Single Mothers in Maine
The American dream used to be a husband and wife with 2 kids, a two story house with a
white picket fence and the possible dog running around the back yard. This
Unit 5 Assignment
1. In your text on pages 208-209, the author discusses his research on the
homeless population. He refers to the many routes one can take to become
homeless. Choose two populations from his list that you think might work in your
career a
The R-Word is Hurtful
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The R- Word is Hurtful
Olivia S. Moranski
Kaplan University
THE R-WORD IS HURTFUL
The R- Word is Hurtful
Thesis: For over 75 years people with intellectual disabilities have had to deal with
people using the name of their condition
Through the use of Chapter Five (pp. 113-115) in the text, as well as the APA Ethical Principles of
Psychologists and Code of Conduct (2010), in at least 250 words, provide a set of guidelines that detail
the necessary elements of an effective informed co
Haberman / Kling
MTH 111
Section I: Functions and Their Graphs
Unit 3: The Algebra of Functions
We can use the four basic arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and
division) to create new functions from old ones.
DEFINITION:
If f a
Haberman
MTH 111
Section I: Functions and Their Graphs
Unit 2: Introduction to Functions
A function is a special type of binary relation. So before we discuss what a function is, we
need to define binary relation.
DEFINITION: A binary relation is a rule t
MTH 95
Haberman
Section IV: Radical Expressions, Equations, and Functions
Module 4: Dividing Radical Expressions
Recall the property of exponents that states that
am
bm
m
a
= . We can use this property to
b
obtain an analogous property for radicals:
a
Haberman
MTH 95
Section V: Quadratic Equations and Functions
Module 3: Graphing Quadratic Functions
In this module, we'll review the graphing quadratic functions (you should have studied the
graphs of quadratic functions in your Introductory Algebra cours
Haberman
MTH 111
Section I: Functions and Their Graphs
Unit 4: Piecewise-Defined Functions
Some functions have different rules for different elements of the domain. Since these
functions have different definitions for different pieces of the domain, they
Haberman / Kling
MTH 95
Section III: Rational Expressions, Equations, and Functions
Module 3: Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
Adding and subtracting rational expressions works the same way as adding and subtracting
fractions.
EXAMPLE:
ADDING F
Haberman
MTH 95
Section IV: Radical Expressions, Equations, and Functions
Module 1: Intro. to Radical Expressions and Functions
The term radical is a fancy mathematical term for the things like square roots and cube roots
that you may have studied in prev
Haberman / Kling
MTH 95
Section II: Functions, Inequalities, and the Absolute Value
Module 1: Introduction to Functions
A function is a special type of binary relation. So before we discuss what a function is, we
need to define binary relation.
DEFINITION
MTH 95
Haberman
Section IV: Radical Expressions, Equations, and Functions
Module 3: Multiplying Radical Expressions
m m
m
Recall the property of exponents that states that a b = (ab) . We can use this rule to
obtain an analogous rule for radicals:
n
a n b
Haberman / Kling
MTH 95
Section V: Quadratic Equations and Functions
Module 2: The Quadratic Formula
You should remember from your course on introductory algebra that you can use the quadratic
formula to solve quadratic equations.
The Quadratic Formula:
I
Haberman / Kling
MTH 95
Section III: Rational Expressions, Equations, and Functions
Module 2: Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions
MULTIPLYING RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
Multiplying rational expressions works the same way as multiplying fractions.
EXAM
Haberman
MTH 95
Section IV: Radical Expressions, Equations, and Functions
Module 2: Rational Numbers as Exponents
In Introductory Algebra (MTH 60/65 at PCC) and in Section I, Module 1: Review you should
have studied how to work with exponents that are int
Haberman
MTH 95
Section IV: Radical Expressions, Equations, and Functions
Module 7: The Complex Numbers
So far in your mathematics careers you have (probably) only used real numbers (denoted by
R ). This set has worked pretty well for us. The only time wh
Haberman / Kling
MTH 111
Section I: Functions and Their Graphs
Unit 5: Function Composition
In The Algebra of Functions (Section I: Unit 3) we discussed adding, subtracting, multiplying,
and dividing functions. In this unit we will study another way to co
Haberman
MTH 111
Section I: Functions and Their Graphs
Unit 1: Sets and Numbers
DEFINITION: A set is a collection of objects specified in a manner that enables one to
determine if a given object is or is not in the set.
In other words, a set is a well-def
Haberman
MTH 95
Section IV: Radical Expressions, Equations, and Functions
Module 6: Solving Radical Equations
x = 5 for x.
EXAMPLE: Solve the equation
SOLUTION: To solve this equation, we need to find a number x whose square root is 5. This
one we can do
Haberman / Kling
MTH 95
Section III: Rational Expressions, Equations, and Functions
Module 7: Formulas Involving Rational Expressions
There are many mathematical formulas that are useful in a great variety of applications (e.g.,
physics, economics, archit
Haberman
MTH 95
Section I: Review
Module 2: Sets and Numbers
DEFINITION: A set is a collection of objects specified in a manner that enables one to
determine if a given object is or is not in the set.
In other words, a set is a well-defined collection of
Haberman / Kling
MTH 95
Section V: Quadratic Equations and Functions
Module 4: Applications Involving Quadratic Functions
EXAMPLE: Peters Plymouth travels 200 miles averaging a certain speed. If the car had
gone 10 mph faster, the trip would have taken 1
Haberman / Kling
MTH 95
Section III: Rational Expressions, Equations, and Functions
Module 5: Solving Rational Equations
2 (t2 4 )
EXAMPLE: Suppose that the function p (t ) =
represents the daily profits (in
t2 + 1
hundreds of dollars) of a small catering
Haberman
MTH 95
Section IV: Radical Expressions, Equations, and Functions
Module 5: Adding and Subtracting Radical Expressions
Adding and subtracting radical expressions works like adding and subtracting expressions
involving variables. Just as we need li