Math 2413 Calculus I
Quiz
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1. Find the area of the region bounded by the function and the x-axis over the given interval.
f (x) = x2 + 4x
[0, 4]
a) Using the right hand endpoint. Let number of rectangles be n.
b) Using the left hand endpoint. Let nu
University Physics-1
SPRING MINITERM 2013
ANSWERS TO HOMEWORK PROBLEMS
HOMEWORK PROBLEMS
Chapter 1: PHYSICS AND MEASUREMENT
1.
2.
3.
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[M] [L/T]2
4.
5.
a) 797.4
b) 62.6
6.
a) 0.827
7.
a) Yes
10.
(c) A/B
11.
120 yd2
12.
a)
c)
6.75 x 108 mph
1.08 x
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Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
4. Find the volume of the solid generated by revolving
the region bounded by the graphs of the equations
1. Solve the differential equation
.
about the l
AP Calculus Lesson #57 Mr. Jeckovich
Work
Work is done when a force moves an object.
Let W = work
F = an applied constant force
d = distance an object is moved
W = Fd
Examples:
1. Determine the work done by the constant force.
a. An electric hoist lifts a
Induction, Analogy, Causation
There are two kinds of arguments: inductive
and deductive
Inductive arguments are much more common,
but it is also much more difficult to determine
their logical form.
Deductive arguments are rare, though they
are logically
Mathematics
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Math 1324: Mathematics for Business & Social Sciences
CRN 12300 Fall/2016/RT
MW
3 hour lecture course / 48 hours per semester/ 16 weeks
Textbook Mathematics with Applications; 11th ed.; Margaret Lial, Thomas Hungerford,
John Holcomb, Jr
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Test 1
sample review only
Test 1 Sample
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M1324
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8.1-8.5, 9.1-9.4
Answer all of the following questions with your own work in either pen or pencil. Please indicate
all answers on this paper. Please clearly denot
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TEST 1 sample
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M1316
1.1-1.4, 2.1-2.5, 3.1-3.4, 6.1, 4.1 9/29/16 ver. w
Answer all of the following questions with your own work in either pen or pencil. Please indicate all answers
on this paper
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TEST 1
sample
1.4-1.7, 2.2-2.8, 3.6
sample review only
MATHEMATICS 1314
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9/28/16 ver. j
Answer all of the following questions with your own work in either pen or pencil. Please indicate
all answers on this paper. Plea
Section 7.3
Law of Sines and Law of Cosines
We use these laws to find angles and side lengths for triangles of any type (not just right
triangles).
Law of Sines
C
a,b,c are lengths of sides
a
A,B,C are angles (A is opposite a, etc.)
b
A
B
c
Law of Sines:
Math 1330 Review for final exam:
1.
Suppose that f ( x) =
3x + 2
, find f 1 ( x).
x1
2. What is the y-intercept and end behavior of this function:
=
+
3. Find the function that this graph represents:
M 1330 review for final exam
Page 1
4. Find the vertica
FALL 2016 MATH 1324 EXAM 1 REVIEW
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Determine whether the given ordered pair is a solution of the given equation.
1) (x - 4)2 + (y + 6)2 = 17; (3, -2)
A)
Future Value 0! an Annuity Due
The future value S of an annuity due used to accumulate funds is given by
+-+l_
S=R[W]_R
Il
l
Future value of
S = an Ordinary annuity One payment,
0th + I payments
where
R is the payment at the beginning of each period,
t i
Math 1316
COMPLEX NUMBERS AND
POLAR COORDINATES
Trigonometric Form for
Complex Numbers
Abbas Masum
Complex Numbers
2
i 1
and
i 1
i is the imaginary unit
Numbers in the form a + bi are called complex
numbers
a is the real part
b is the imaginary part
I
Defining_RADIANS_03.pdf
Angle of 4 Radians in STANDARD POSITION:
= 4
initial side: along the POSITIVE X axis
4r
C
terminal side: move counterclockwise
along an arc of length 4r
Angle of
=
3
2
3
Radians in STANDARD POSITION:
2
initial side: along the POSI
Defining_RADIANS_02.pdf
Angle of 2 Radians in STANDARD POSITION:
=2
initial side: along the POSITIVE X axis
2r
C
terminal side: move counterclockwise
along an arc of length 2r
Angle of 3 radians in STANDARD POSITION:
= 3
initial side: along the POSITIVE
Defining_RADIANS_01.pdf
Strings of lengths r, 2r and 3r stretched along the circle
C= 2r
1 RAD
r
r
r
3r
2r
4r
5r
6r C
Angle of 1 Radian in STANDARD POSITION:
r
initial side: along the POSITIVE X axis
=1
C
r
terminal side: move counterclockwise
along an ar
Defining_RADIANS_04.pdf
Angle of 6 Radians in STANDARD POSITION:
initial side: along the POSITIVE X axis
=6
C
6r
terminal side: move counterclockwise
along an arc of length 6r
Angle of 2 Radians in STANDARD POSITION:
= 2
initial side: along the POSITIVE
Exam 1
Chapter 1: Introduction - Themes in the study of life
1. Explain in two or three complete sentences why it is important to study biology; in other words, why is
biology significant for human life?
->Biology is important to study because it tells th
Introduction to Sociology Intro HW
Directions: All homework (HW) assignments must be typed and numbered. The
responses should be included in the body of your email to me, not attached as a
separate file. The email must be in my inbox on or before the due
Works Cited
Rootalu, Kadri. "THE EFFECT OF EDUCATION ON DIVORCE RISK IN
ESTONIA." TRAMES: A Journal of the Humanities & Social Sciences 14.1 (2010): 2133. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 17 Mar. 2011.
THE EFFECT OF EDUCATION ON DIVORCE RISK IN ESTON
EXPERIMENT 1
OBJECTIVES
The purpose of doing this experiment are:
1.Measuring the diameters and lengths of the brass, aluminum, copper metal cylinders and the copper wire
2.Measuring the mass of the metal cylinders and volume of irregular solids.
3.Calcul
Introduction to Sociology HW 1
Directions: All homework (HW) assignments must be typed and numbered. The
responses should be included in the body of your email to me, not attached as a
separate file. The email must be in my inbox on or before the due date
http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divorce
United States
Divorce (or the dissolution of marriage) is the final termination of a marital union, canceling
the legal duties and responsibilities of marriage and dissolving the bonds of matrimony between
the parties.
Causes and Associated Features of Divorce as Seen by Recent Research.
Authors:
Lowenstein, Ludwig F.1 ludwiglowenstein@btinternet.com
Source:
Journal of Divorce & Remarriage; 2005, Vol. 42 Issue 3/4, p153-171, 19p
Document Type:
Article
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