Fine Art Scavenger Hunt
Please use your course & Syllabus to complete this assignment and submit to the Unit 1 Scavenger
Hunt Assignment Dropbox by the due date in the course.
Name: Veronica Nicole Shultz
1.
Can you find me, Mrs. Devinney, in the course.?
Fine Art
I.
Elements of Art
Key Term
1. Line
A. Contour Line
B. Implied Line
2. Color
A. Hue
B. Saturation
C. Value
D. Primary
E. Secondary
F. Complementary
3. Shape
Vocabulary Sheet
Definition
A mark determined by two
points extending in both
directions.
Writers Toolbox: Character Development Worksheet
Weaknesses (needs)
Goals
-Tends to be a little Clumsy
Work up into the medical field
(RN)
-Very Stubborn
Gender: Female
Age: 23
Physical Description:
Brown hair, Blue eyes, Height= 54, Weighs about 130
poun
Name: Veronica Shultz
Graded Assignment
1.11: Unit 1 Test, Part 2
Answer the questions below. When you are finished, submit this assignment to me by the due date for
full credit.
Question 1: (4 pts)
There are various types of numbers, including the follow
Midterm 1 - Prep
Math 211 Spring 2015
Page 1 of 5
List of topics
Section 12.1: 3D Coordinate Systems
Section 12.2: Vectors
Section 12.3: The Dot Product
Section 12.4: The Cross Product
Section 12.5: Equations of Lines and Planes
Section 13.1: Vector
February 25th , 2016
Math 211
points.
Honor Pledge:
Section:
10:00
11:00
Quiz 3
1. Find the Cartesian coordinates of the point (2, 3/4).
Solution:
We use the change of coordinates formula
x = r cos
to obtain
y = sin(3/4) = 2.
Therefore, the cartesian coo
January 29th , 2016
Math 211
points.
Honor Pledge:
Section:
Quiz 1
1. Suppose u v = 2, u w = 2, v w = 1 and kuk = 1. Compute
(u w) (u + v)
Solution:
(u w) (u + v) = u u + u v w u w v
= kuk2 + u v u w v w =
= 12 + 2 2 + 1 = 0
2. Suppose u = h3, 1, 1i and v
Final - Prep
Math 211 Spring 2016
List of topics
Section 10.3: Polar Coordinates
Section 12.1: 3D Coordinate Systems
Section 12.2: Vectors
Section 12.3: The Dot Product
Section 12.4: The Cross Product
Section 12.5: Equations of Lines and Planes
Sec
February 8th , 2016
Math 211
Honor Pledge:
points.
Section:
10:00
11:00
Quiz 2
1. Find a set of parametric equations for the line tangent to the path
r(t) = h7et , t2 + 4t, 8 cos ti
at the point (7, 0, 8).
Solution:
Answers may vary.
Notice that (7, 0, 8)
April 21st , 2016
Math 211
points.
Honor Pledge:
Section:
10:00
11:00
Quiz 10
H
1. Let F(x, y) = hy, xi. Use Greens Theorem to evaluate C F dr, where C is the boundary
of the rectangle with vertices A(0, 0), B(2, 0), C(2, 1) and D(0, 1).
Solution:
Let P (
Midterm 1 - Prep
Math 211 Spring 2015
Page 1 of 2
List of topics
Section 12.1: 3D Coordinate Systems
Section 12.2: Vectors
Section 12.3: The Dot Product
Section 12.4: The Cross Product
Section 12.5: Equations of Lines and Planes
Section 13.1: Vector
Midterm 2 - Prep
Math 211 Spring 2016
Page 1 of 7
List of topics
Section 10.3: Polar Coordinates
Section 14.3: Partial Derivatives
Section 14.4: Tangent Planes and Linear Approximations
Section 14.5: The Chain Rule
Section 14.6: Directional Derivativ
March 4th , 2016
Math 211
Honor Pledge:
points.
Section:
10:00
11:00
Quiz 4
1. Consider f (x, y) = x sin(x + y).
2f
.
xy
Solution:
We have that fx = x cos (x + y) + sin (x + y) and fy = x cos (x + y). Therefore,
(a) Find
2f
2f
=
= (fx )y = x sin (x + y) +
I affirm that I have upheld the highest principles
of honesty and integrity in my academic work and
have not witnessed a violation of the Honor Code.
Name:
Math 211, Spring 2016
Test 2
April 1st , 2016
This test is closed-notes and closed-book, except fo
F = function(x,y,z)cfw_
F = -x*y^2 - x*z + y
F
G = function(x,y,z)cfw_
G = -2*x*y^2 + 4*x*z - y
G
J = function(x,y,z)cfw_
J = x*y^2 - x*z
J
Lb = 0
Lf = 5
H = 1000
S = EMODE3A(F,G,J,.2,.3,.5,Lb,Lf,H)
t = c(-(Lb*H):(Lf*H)/H
x = S[,2]
y = S[,3]
z = S[,4]
# Math 225 R Software Pack.
# SUPPLEMENTAL PROGRAMS
# part
# Supplementary program part(a,n). Writes the number
# n as a vector whose entries are coeeficients of the
# expansion of a into an a[1] place, an a[2] place, . . . an a[k] place.
# a is a vector
a = 1
b = 2
F
F
F
G
G
G
= function(x,y)cfw_
= -a*x + b*y
= function(x,y)cfw_
= a*x- b*y
DF(F,G,-2,6,-2,6,12,"black",1,.5,.1,"x","y")
abline(v = 0)
abline(h = 0)
title(main = "Predator-prey model with a = 2, b = 1, c = 1, d = 3")
S = EMODE2A(F,G,1,2,.5,1
1
Math 225
Spring 2016
Supplement How to draw Contour Plots in R
Plotting level curves
Suppose we want to plot the points in the x, y plane where the function
f (x, y) = x3 xy 2
has particular values. Suppose further we want to make our plot in the window
Phoebe Do
Differential Equations
Professor Kennedy
March 4, 2016
Computer Lab 4
1) My proposed function is
r (t )=
9
et
2) As time moves forward, initially, x decreases while y increases. Then x and y both decreases until
both oscillate at a roughly stabl
1
Math 225
Spring 2016
Computing Assignment 4
Part I tutorial
Load Math 225 Software Pack.R.
The function that we will focus on is EMODE2NA (for Euler Method ODE, 2-dimensional non-autonomous).
A two-dimensional non-autonomous ODE can be written
x0 (t) =
F = function(t,x,y)cfw_
F = sin(2*pi*t)-x*y
F
G = function(t,x,y)cfw_
G = 9/exp(t) - x*y
G
H = 1000
Lb = 0
Lf = 50
t0 = 0
x0 = 10
y0 = 0
S = EMODE2NA(F,G,t0,x0,y0,Lb,Lf,H)
t = S[,1]
x = S[,2]
y = S[,3]
plot(t,x,type = "l",ylim = c(min(x,y),max(x,y),xlab
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Math 225
Spring 2016
Computing Assignment 2 Exploring some biological models
In this assignment, you will use R to explore some biological models.
The programs for approximating solutions of two-dimensional ODE in R
From the course Moodle site, obtain t
Computer lab 2
Phoebe Do
Exercise 1:
The assumptions for this competing species model: x(t) and y(t) of two animal species where each is
harmful to the other:
(1) In the absence of species x, the population of species y grows at rate proportional to its s
Phoebe Do
Collaborators: Uyen Le, Maria Wanner, Celina Harris, Abby Tootell, Savannah Martin
Computer Lab 3
I/ ODE:
X = -x*y^2 - x*z + y
Y = -2*x*y^2 + 4*x*z - y
Z = x*y^2 - x*z
II/ Conjecture:
We conjecture that, as time goes forward, solutions with nonn