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Introduction to Capacitance
Learning Goal:
To understand the meaning of capacitance and ways of c
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Calculating Electric Flux through a Disk
Suppose a disk with area A is placed in a uniform electr
Pre-Lab Exercise: Be sure to view the Free Fall Portfolio Help Recording
Free fall is the motion under the influence of gravitational force only. On Earth, objects
accelerate at a rate of -9.8 m/s squared.
When using the value for gravitational accelerati
Government Portfolio-What is Citizenship?
Name of Person being Interviewed: _
Directions: Imagine you are interviewing a naturalized citizen. Fill in the
chart with examples of how they might answer each question in an
interview.
Question
Notes on Intervi
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English IV-A
MacBeth Portfolio
MacBeth and Banquo were both shown their own fate by the witches but MacBeth was
the only one to act upon his own free will to do whatever necessary to obtain his goals. Fate is
definitely involved
Final Exam Review
Government-TCAH
Complete this final exam review for 5 extra bonus points on your
semester exam.
Identify the following terms:
Limited Government
Naturalization
Natural Rights
Rule of Law
Federalist
Republicanism
Popular Sovereignty
Socia
Foreign Policy Portfolio
*Check my work link is required for credit. Also, please be sure
to include a Works Cited page*
Directions: Imagine yourself as a staff member of the United Nations assigned to
keep ambassadors up to date on human rights issues an
How to complete your research paper in less than 10 hours
and get passing credit!
Here is a plan to help you complete the English research
paper. We have given you a short story to read along with some
resources to use to help you with the paper. Follow t
Unit 3.4 The Decision Portfolio Modification
This is worth 70 points out of the 100. Read then complete the template for the paragraphs.
Read about Texas v. Johnson (1988)
In 1984, police arrested Gregory Lee Johnson for burning an American flag in front
English IV
Persuasive Essay/Final Draft
Scoring Guidelines
4 = Student has met all of the criteria and shows mastery of the writing trait.
3 = Student has met most of the criteria and shows proficiency of the writing trait.
2 = Student has met few of the
An Interview with a New Citizen: Dominique Andrews
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I think to understand my journey, there is some context that is relevant. This context I will provide as we move
through the questions.
1) What inspired you to become a U.S. cit
PHY231 Review - Final
Skip problem 84
Problem 62: was done, but dont worry about it.
Problem 61, 63-67,70,71-73: see lon-capa
74,75 see 49,50
A few questions concerning midterm 2 have been added
L=LoT
The right strip has a higher coefficient of expansion,
Solutions to Problems in Chapter Five
Test Your Understanding Problems T5.1-1 The session is x = [0:0.1:35]; y = 0.4*sqrt(1.8*x); plot(x,y),xlabel( Distance (miles) ), . ylabel( Height (miles) ),axis([0 35 0 3.5]),. title( Rocket Height as a Function of D
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An Introduction to EMF and Circuits
Learning Goal:
To understand the concept or electromotlve torce and
Solutions to Problems in Chapter Seven
Solutions to Test Your Understanding Problems
T7.1-1 The script le for the absolute histogram is
y = [91*ones(1,7), 92*ones(1,8), 93*ones(1,10),.
94*ones(1,6), 95*ones(1,12), 96*ones(1,7)];
x = [91:96];
hist(y,x),yla
Solutions to Problems in Chapter Three
Test Your Understanding Problems
T3.1-1 The session is
x = [5:20:85];
y = [10:30:130];
log(x.*y)-(log(x)+log(y)
ans =
1.0e-014 *
-0.0444
0
-0.1776
-0.1776
0.1776
which are essentially zero, so the identity is correct
Solutions to Problems in Chapter Six
Test Your Understanding Problems T6.1-1 x = 2, y = -3, z = 5 T6.1-2 Multiplying the first equation by -3 shows that it has the same left side as the second equation, but a different right side. Thus the equations are r
Solutions to Problems in Chapter Eight
Solutions to Test Your Understanding Problems
T8.1-1
0
sin x dx = cos x| = cos + cos 0 = 1 + 1 = 2
0
T8.1-2 The equation of motion is mv = f , or v = f /m = 5g.
(a)
10
v(10) =
5g dt = 5g(10) = 50(9.81) = 490.5 m/sec
Solutions to Problems in Chapter Ten
Solutions to Test Your Understanding Problems
T10.1-1 The sessions are:
(a)
syms x
E1 = x^3-15*x^2+75*x-125;
E2 = (x+5)^2-20*x;
S1 = E1*E2;
factor(S1)
ans =
(x-5)^5
S2 = E1/E2;
simplify(S2)
ans =
x-5
S3 = E1+E2;
G = sy
Solutions to Problems in Chapter One
Test Your Understanding Problems
T1.1-1 a) 6*10/13 + 18/(5*7) + 5*9^2. Answer is 410.1297.
b) 6*35^(1/4) + 14^0.35. Answer is 17.1123.
T1.1-2
x
S
P
R
=
=
=
=
-5 +9i; y = 6 - 2i;
x +y
x*y
x/y
T1.3-1 The session is:
x =