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Section 7.6: Polar Coordinates
In a rectangular coordinate system, a point in the plane is described in terms of the horizontal and vertical directed
distances from the origin. In a _, we draw a ray, called a
_, in the plane; its endpoint is called the _.
7.3 Area of Polygons Using Trigonometry
Find the exact value of the area of the SAS triangle: B = 60, a = 12, c = 7
Find the area of each triangle. Round your answer to the nearest tenth.
A = 146.7, b = 16.7 ft , c = 18 ft
B = 55, C = 37.5, c = 16.3 cm
a
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Missions in South America and How
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the Order of Saint Ignatius)
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POLAR FORM OF A COMPLEX NUMBER
The complex numberz = a + bi can be written in polar form
2 = r(c056 + isin 6),
b
wherea = r c050,b = rsin0,r = V02 + b2,andtan6 = 3'
When a nonzero complex number is written in polar form, the positive number r is the
modul
Section 7.1: The Law of Sines
The process of finding the unknown side lengths and angle measures in a triangle is called _ a triangle.
In Section 5.2 you learned techniques of solving right triangles. A triangle with no right angle is called an
_. To solv
Section 7.2: The Law of Cosines
The Law of Cosines is used to solve triangles in which _ and the _ angle are
known (SAS triangles) as well as those triangles in which all _ sides are known (SSS triangles).
Solve each triangle. Round each answer to the nea
Trigonometric Identities Steps
Step 1:
Convert all Sec, Csc, Cot, Tan Sin & Cos. Most of this can be done using the quotient
and reciprocal identities.
Step 2:
Check all the angles for sums and differences and use the appropriate identities to remove
them
Stan Settles
PHC125
2/8/2017
One of the trademarks of American culture for many years has been the watching of the
Superbowl on the 2nd Saturday of February. I used the armchair approach to observe the people
around me and the way that everyone reacted pe
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Homework 1
Analysis of Variance
Justin K Joshuva
1. Perform the Bartletts Test at the level of significance = 5% to check whether the model is homoscedastic or hetroscedastic.
(a) Conjucture:
H0 : 12 = 22 = 32 = 42
Ha : At least one 12 is not equal to oth
Test 3
Justin Joshuva
November 2, 2016
1. (a). Plot the data as scatter diagram and compute s11 , s22 , s12 .
tst.data <- read.csv("tst31.csv",header = T,sep = ",")
attach(tst.data)
plot(x1,x2,main = "Scatterplot of original")
2
0
x2
2
4
Scatterplot of or
Test 1
Justin K Joshuva
1
i. Derive the least squares estimators of the unknown parameters
i
, say
LSE
. using
the given sample.
Y ij =i +ij
, where i = 1, 2, , ,j = 1, 2, , n.
SSE = ( ij )= (Y ij i )
ni
SSE =
j=1
nj
j=1
i=1
S SE
= = 0 and
Y
( ij )
2
Y
Chapter 1 What Is Psychology?
How Accurate Is the Image of Psychology?
1. Psychology is the science of
a. behavior and mental processes.
b. behavior and emotions.
c. emotions and mental processes.
d. unconscious motives and behavior.
2. Which of the follo
1.
Departments A, B and C need to be assigned to four rooms 1, 2 and 3.These rooms are
arranged in a row, in that order, with 20 meters between each. The departmental work
flows are contained in the table below.
What is the material handling total of assi
Smooth Skin Action
Adobe Photoshop Action by James Middleton
Suitable for versions CS1 onward.
Product: Smooth Skin Action
Company: Turning Turnip
Website: www.turningturnip.co.uk
Type: Photoshop Action (CS1+)
Requirements: PC
Softens skin a produces a na
DS 523
Spring 2004
Final exam
Name:
Show all your work
1.
The following linear programming problem has been solved by The Management
Scientist. Use the output to answer the questions.
LINEAR PROGRAMMING PROBLEM
MAX 25X1+30X2+15X3
S.T.
1) 4X1+5X2+8X3<1200
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Practice Exam
DS 523
Spring 2008
1. Let A, B, and C be the amounts invested in companies A, B, and C. If no more than 50% of the total
investment can be in company B, then
a. B 5
b. A .5B + C 0
c. .5A B .5C 0
d. .5A + .5B .5C 0
ANS: D
2. The problem which
CHAPTER 1
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR IN CHANGING TIMES
MULTIPLE CHOICE
HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN ORGANIZATIONS
1.
The study of organizational behavior is concerned with:
A. psychosocial, interpersonal, and organizational structure
B. psychosocial, interpersonal, and
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