The Chemical Earth
1.1.
The Living and NonLiving Components of the Earth contains
Mixtures
Construct Word and Balanced Formulae Equations of Chemical Reactions as they are
encountered.
Different Types of Chemical Reactions
1. Combustion: The burning
Preliminary Chemistry Notes
Topic 3: Water
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3.1 Water is distributed on Earth as a solid, liquid and gas
3.1.1 Define the terms solute, solvent and solution
Solute A substance (present in the smaller amount) that is dissolved in a so
Electricity in the Home
Notes
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Focus 1: Discuss how society has become
dependent on electricity over the last 2oo years
increasingly
1. Identify data sources, gather, process and analyse secondary information about the
differing view
Preliminary Chemistry Notes
Topic 2: Metals
Metals
2.1 Metals have been extracted and used for many thousands of years
2.1.1 Outline and examine some uses of different metals through history, including
contemporary uses, as uncombined metals or as alloys.
Energy
Notes
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4.1 Living organisms make compounds which are sources of energy.
4.1.1 Outline the role of photosynthesis in transforming light energy to
chemical energy and recall the raw materials for this process
Definition:
Photosy
Energy
The maximum number of bonds that a carbon can have is 4.
ALLOTROPE: Different structural form of the same element.
Graphite
2D covalent lattice or network.
Hexagonal arrangement in a layered, planar form.
Weak intermolecular force between inner l
Preliminary Chemistry Assignment
[Pick the date]
1. Explain the fact that copper, gold and silver were used before any other metals
Copper, gold and silver were used before any other metals as they were found in the
environment i
Adaptability
(by work process includes environment, structure, task requirement, etc)
Cannot effectively adjust to new work process
Effectively adjusts behaviour in response to changing work process
Helps others to understand reasons for change and mee
H1: The fashion indicator is more important than the products performance indicator.
Research question 2 Do celebrity endorsements, in relation to a product, in advertising
have an influence on customer buying behaviour?Nondirectional Hypothesis:H0: The
Nike seeks to have a competitive position at all price points to build strengths at each of
these levels. Nike potential in the lower price points and plans to meet the needs of all
markets.
Nike is placing a renewed emphasis on emerging technology and in
Taylor Smith
MGT 349
Professor Gates
Due Friday 13 Sept.
Short Paper #1
Competitive Analysis: Nike
Nike is the equivalent to WalMart when it comes to producing and offering a
high variety of products to a very large target market. Nike produces just abou
The question Should Nike switch from a focus on celebrities to a focus on its products in its
advertising is a classic example of a management decision problem where a particular problem
confronting the management of a company (Nike in this case) and they
Consumer behaviour refers to the buying behaviour consumers. Through its survey Nike
needs to analyze buying behaviour for:
Buyers reactions to its marketing strategy will reflect on the firms success
The marketing concept stresses that a firm should crea
Behaviorally Anchored Ratings Scale (BARS) Guide
1. Acceptance of Supervision Willingly accepts and follows instructions given by supervisor in
the performance of duties; responds to training and coaching in a constructive manner.
Rating
Meets Expectation
The question Should Nike switch from a focus on celebrities to a focus on its products in its advertising is a classic
example of a management decision problem where a particular problem confronting the management of a company (Nike
in this case) and they
MEI Core 2 Differentiation
Section 2: Applications of differentiation
Solutions to Exercise
1. (i)
(ii)
y x 3 6 x 2 9x
dy
3 x 2 12 x 9
dx
dy
0
dx
3 x 2 12 x 9 0
x 2 4x 3 0
( x 1)( x 3) 0
x 1 or x 3
When x = 1, y ( 1)3 6( 1)2 9 1 1 6 9 4
When x = 3, y (
MEI Core 2 Differentiation
Section 2: Applications of differentiation
Notes and Examples
These notes contain subsections on:
Turning points
Second derivatives
Maximum and minimum problems
Turning Points
Points on a curve where the tangent is horizonta
MEI Core 2 Differentiation
Section 1: Introduction to differentiation
Notes and Examples
These notes include subsections on:
What is differentiation?
Investigating gradients
Rules for finding derivatives
Differentiating from first principles
Finding
MEI Core 2 Differentiation
Section 1: Introduction to differentiation
Solutions to Exercise
1.
(i) f( x ) 2 x 1
f ( x ) 2
(ii) f( x ) x 3 5 x
f ( x ) 3 x 2 5
(iii) f( x ) x( x 2) x 2 2 x
f ( x ) 2 x 2
2. (i) y 12 x x 3
dy
dx
12 3 x 2
dy
12
dx
The gradie
MEI Core 2 Differentiation
Section 2: Applications of differentiation
Crucial points
(Also see Crucial points in Differentiation 1 you still need to be looking
out for these here!)
1. Take care which side of the stationary point you test the gradient
When
MEI Core 2 Differentiation
Section 1: Introduction to differentiation
Crucial points
1. Remember to multiply out before differentiating a product
Sums and differences of terms are easy to differentiate just
differentiate each part separately, and put the
MEI Core 2 Differentiation
Section 1: Introduction to differentiation
Exercise
1. Differentiate with respect to x:
(i) 2x + 1
(ii) x3 5x
(iii) x(x + 2).
2. Given that y = 12x x3,
(i) Find the gradient of the curve at the origin.
(ii) Find the coordinates
Semester 2 2014
Page 2
MATH1131
Use a SEP ARATE book clearly marked Question 1
1.
i) For each of the following, find t he limit, if it exists:
a)
r
6x 2  2x + sin X
2x 2 + x + cos x
I
b) lim x2  5x
X7 1
X
+ 41,
1
ex2 e9
c) xlim
. (
),
7 3 sm x 3
i
Semester 2 2011 MATH1131 Page 2
Use a separate book clearly marked Question 1
1. i) Letz=3+2i andw:—4+4i.
a) Find 211) in Cartesian form.
b) Find z/w in Cartesian form.
0) Write down Arg(w).
ii) Let the set S in the complex plane be deﬁned by
S={zEC: z—(
Semester 2 2015 MATH1131 Page 2
USE A SEPARATE BOOK CLEARLY MARKED QUESTION 1
1. i) For each of the following, ﬁnd the limit, or explain why the limit does
not exist.
a) lim m3 ~ 7x2 + sin(m5)
m—mo 33:3 + 7:132 + cos(a:5)
, [m2+x—6
Mall—>121) :r—Z
{Ew’ﬂ'
Semester 2 2013 MATH 1 131 Page 2
Use a separate book clearly marked Question 1
1.
i) Letz= 1 1iandw=2+2zﬁ
ii)
iii)
iv)
W _ W
a) Find 2111 in Cartesian form.
b) Find z[ and Arg(z).
c) Find 22014 in Cartesian form.
a) Prove that
1'9 _ ~10
sin6 = e ,8
22
b
Semester 2 2012 MATHIIS’I Page 2
Use a separate book clearly marked Question 1
1. i) Letz=1+3iandw=m1+i
a) Find 2(a) — 32') in Cartesian form.
b) Find 2/31) in Cartesian form.
c) Find lz +101.
ii) Let the set S in the complex plane be deﬁned by
a) Sketch
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