BIOL2402 Anatomy & Physiology
Name: _
Instructor: Gilkerson
Practice Quiz: The Urinary System
Note: This is a Practice Quiz. I recommend printing it out, sitting somewhere
quiet, and treating it as if
MATH 1462
Pre-Calculus
Summer I 2011
Dr. Raftkah
First Derivatives
OBJECTIVE
Find relative extrema of a continuous function using the First-Derivative Test.
Sketch graphs of continuous functions.
DEFI
MATH 1462
Pre-Calculus
Summer I 2011
Dr. Raftkah
Differentiation
OBJECTIVE
Find derivatives and values of derivatives
Find equations of tangent lines
DEFINITION:
The slope of the tangent
line at (x, f
MATH 1462
Pre-Calculus
Summer I 2011
Dr. Raftkah
Average Rates of Change
OBJECTIVE
Compute an average rate of change.
Find a simplified difference quotient.
1.3 Average Rates of Change
DEFINITION:
As
MATH 1462
Pre-Calculus
Summer I 2011
Dr. Raftkah
Higher Order Derivatives
OBJECTIVE
Find derivatives of higher order.
Given a formula for distance, find velocity and acceleration.
Higher-Order Derivat
MATH 1462
Pre-Calculus
Summer I 2011
Dr. Raftkah
Product & Quotient
OBJECTIVE
Differentiate using the Product and the Quotient Rules.
Use the Quotient Rule to differentiate the average cost, revenue,
MATH 1462
Pre-Calculus
Summer I 2011
Dr. Raftkah
Differentiation Techniques
OBJECTIVE
Differentiate using the Power Rule or the Sum-Difference Rule.
Differentiate a constant or a constant times a func
MATH 1462
Pre-Calculus
Summer I 2011
Dr. Raftkah
Algebraic Limits
OBJECTIVE
Develop and use the Limit Principles to calculate limits.
Determine whether a function is
continuous at a point.
LIMIT PROPE
MATH 1462
Pre-Calculus
Summer I 2011
Dr. Raftkah
Limits: A Numerical and Graphical Approach
OBJECTIVE
Find limits of functions, if they exist, using numerical or graphical methods.
1.1 Limits: A Numer
MATH 1462
Pre-Calculus
Summer I 2011
Dr. Raftkah
Limits: A Numerical and Graphical Approach
ASSIGNMENT
Quick Check 1 Solution
First let X approach 3 from the left:
Thus it appears that
Next let x
is 6
MATH 1462
Pre-Calculus
Summer I 2011
Dr. Raftkah
Limits: A Numerical and Graphical Approach
ASSIGNMENT
Limit Numerically
Let x approach 1 from the right:
Thus, it appears that
Since,
a)
and
b)
Then,
d
How to Calculate Ideal Body Weight (IBW):
Men: 106 lbs for first 5 feet; 6 lbs for each inch over 5 ft= 60.
106 + (_ x 6) = _ lbs IBW
Women: 100 lbs for first 5 feet; 5 lbs for each inch over 5 ft= 60
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WHAT DOES THIS UNIT COVER?
THE 6 METHODS OF TRAINING
HOW TO CONDUCT A TRAINING SESSIONS FOR
EACH METHOD
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF EACH
METHOD
WHAT THE TRAINING METHODS DEVELOP
HOW THE TRAIN
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LCS & WLS
SUMMER 2016
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Summer I 2016 Program
Module 1/Week 1/ Leccin Preliminar- Hola! & Captulo 1Vamos a conocernos!
DAY
Monday, June 6
Tuesday, June
Dee's Nutrients Report 06/28/17 - 06/28/17
Your personal Calorie goal is 3710. Your plan amounts are based on meeting your nutrient needs.
Nutrients
Target
Average Eaten
Status
Total Calories
3710 Cal
Dee's Nutrients Report 06/27/17 - 06/27/17
Your personal Calorie goal is 3710. Your plan amounts are based on meeting your nutrient needs.
Nutrients
Target
Average Eaten
Status
Total Calories
3710 Cal
Exam 2 will be in an identical format to Exams 1 and 2: 50 questions, multiple choice, closedbook, no electronics.
Questions:
24 questions from Chapter 19, The Vascular System
25 questions from Chapte