Vectors and the Dot Product
1. Let v be a vector from initial point P1 = (11, 12) to terminal point P2 = (2, 5).
Write v in terms of i and j.
a. V=(x2-x1)I + (y2-y1)j V=(2*-11)I + (5*-12)j V= 13i+17j
2. Let u = 8i
Laws of Sines and Cosines and the Area of a Triangle
1. Use the values given in the triangle and find the values of B, b, and c.
a. B=35 b=9.26 c=16.02
2. The two sides and an angle (SSA) of a triangle are given. D
Polar Coordinates and Complex Numbers
1. The rectangular coordinates of a point are given. Find the polar coordinates of
the point. Express in radians.
( 5 2, 315 )
2. Plot the complex number.
Identify Expert and Non-Expert on Vectors
1. I used a vector to represent a wind velocity of 13 miles per hour from the west.
a. Jane because vectors have a magnitude(13 MPH) and a direction (West),
2. I us
Graphs of Conic Sections
1. Graph the ellipse ( 1)^2/ 9 + ( + 2)^2/ 4 ,and choose the correct graph from
the given graphs
2. Find the vertices of the hyperbola.
a. (6,0) (-6,0)
3. A giant
PS1350 Amer. Govt
Unit 4 Assignment 1
David Scott is our representative for the zip code 30134-5764. He is a Democrat, and has
been serving since 2002. He serves on the Financial Services Committee, the Agriculture
PS1350 American Govt
Unit 3 Assignment 1
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka was a very influential case that determined that
separate public schools for black and white students was unconstitutional. As a result, a jud
PS1350 American Govt
Unit 1 Assignment 2
A perfect example of how the U.S. Constitution limits the powers of federal, state, and
local government is the case of Gonzalez v. Raich. In this particular
Savannah Brown, Mario Cantu, Shane Gibbons
Unit 6 Exercise 1: What are the powers of the presidency?
1. Diplomatic powers - The President is the nation's chief diplomat; they have the
power make treaties that are then subject to ratification by the Senate
Running head: BIOGRAPHICAL CASE STUDY
Biographical Case Study
BIOGRAPHICAL CASE STUDY
Mamie Phipps Clark
Born April 18, 1917 ("Mamie Phipps Clark Biography - Women Psychologists," n.d.) in
Arkansas, Mamie Phipps Clark was i
Unit 9 exercise 1 Light Sources and Components Definitions
1. Forward Biased LED: a voltage applied to a circuit or device, esp. a semiconductor
device, in the direction that produces the larger current
2. Incoherent Light: light waves that are out
Unit4. Exercise1. Cabling Definitions
1. Horizontal Cables:Any cabling that is used to connect a floors wiring closet to wall
plates in the work areas to provide local area network (LAN) drops for connecting users
computers to the network.
Unit4. Assignment 1. Copper vs. Fiber
Copper Cabling: The positives of cooper cables is that its inexpensive and installs easy,
installation methods are well documented and components are readily available. Cooper over the
years has made great adva
Unit 8 Assignment 1 splicing and Connection Performance
Describe 3 factors that could affect splicing performance.
1. Cladding diameter- the outside diameter of the cladding glass region. During splicing,
inconsistent cladding diameters can cause c
Unit 9 assignment 1 Transmitters
1. Explain the difference between LED and laser transmitters? LED used for optical
communications may have its light output in the range 30 - 60 nm. In view of this the
signal will be subject to chromatic dispersion
Unit 7 exercise 1 Fiber Optics Definitions
1. Crosstalk: interference from one unshielded twisted pair to another twisted pair,
normally running in parallel.
2. Waveguides: a physical structure that guides electromagnetic waves in the optical
Unit 7 Assignment 1 Refraction Reflection and Optics
A real life example of Refraction would be bent optical cable past it threshold.
Refraction is the bending of light as it passes from one medium to another, due to a change in
their speed. It ha
Unit 6 Lab 1 Building a New Structure RFP
The contractor must be certified to install the infrastructure components being
provided and show proof thereof.
The contractor must be an authorized reseller of the networking and
Unit 6 Assignment 1 cable testers
For the basic testing of STP/UTP cable runs a Continuity Tester is your best option, low
cost and basic reading of a good or bad connection in the wire runs. A continuity tester
consists of two separate units that
Unit 5 Lab 1 New Building Wired and Wireless
The infrastructure I would recommend for this building would be a hybrid system, consisting
of wired (LAN) workstations and Wireless Access Points (WAP) network. The LAN will
use the star topology; plac
Unit 5 Assignment 1 cabling Factors and Tools Discussion
3 Factor Needed to be considered for performing installation:
1. Quality of cabling will play the biggest part of you system reliability and future proofing
of your network. By todays standar
Unit 4 Lab 1 New Building Tools and Wiring
Starting from Telecommunications room using the star topology, we will use multimode
optical fiber cable for the back bone. With this choice it will be future proof for upgrades,
eliminate all EMI or Radi
Unit 3. Exercise Specifications Definitions
Application: A system, the transmission method of which is supported by
telecommunications cabling, such as 100 Base-TX Ethernet, or digital voice.
Unshielded twisted pair: A pair of cooper wires twisted
Unit 3. Assignment 1. Networking topology Paper
Hierarchical Star: When all computers are connected to a single, centrally located point.
This central point is usually a hub of servers and switches located in the main equipment
room and interconnec
Unit 2. Exercise 1. Triple Play Marketing
Dunigan Data Technology (DDT)
Cable, Internet and Phone Premium + Package
Includes Select & Premium programming, + 25 additional channels including NFL
RedZone, Fox College Sports, Outdoor Channel, Pall
Unit 2. Assignment 1. Service Provider Types
RBOC: Are the Regional Bell Operating Company, in 1982, the US government file a law suit
against AT&T during this time was considered a monopoly. The outcome was the AT&T was
divided into seven local ex
Unit 1. Assignment 1. Voice vs. Data
Cell Phones use date networks.
Landlines phones use voice communications.
SMS/ Text Messaging use data networks.
Fax Machines use voice networks.
Pagers use voice networks.
VOIP use data networks.
Unit 2 Assignment 1: Unit 2 Homework
II Reflection on Unit 2
A. What knowledge did you gain in Unit 2? The three-fifths compromise is what grabs my
attention the most. The men of the south trying to include the slave population, before
they were on
Unit 1 Assignment 2: Unit 1 Homework
A. The knowledge that I gain was that the earliest inhabitant of the Americas, had been
living in the area for more than 30,000 years and migrated from Russia.
B. The thing that surprised me is t
The Federalist No. 51
1. What was the thesis of the Federalist No. 51?
For preservation of liberty, there must be separation of power and checks and balances in
government, to avoid one faction having power over others.
2. What Deviation does Madis