3/5/15
very malubable
Memory
Marie-Joelle Estrada
doesn't know the taste of chicken-> perception
doesn't have the perception schema so can't relate
the taste to the food
confabulation-> when some is lost trying to make
sense of it
clive contracted virus t
BRAESIDE HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN
Subject: Mathematics
Teacher: Mr John Mbugua
Class: 11
Topic/sub topic: SETS: Venn diagrams
Date: 26/10/2011
Specific learning objectives: By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to solve logical problems invol
BRAESIDE HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN
Subject: Mathematics
Teacher: Mr John Mbugua
Class: 11
Topic/sub topic: FUNCTIONS
Date: 2/11/2011
Specific learning objectives: By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:
define a function and use the various
BRAESIDE HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN
Subject: Mathematics
Teacher: Mr John Mbugua
Class: 11
Topic/sub topic: Test 2 Revision
Date: 8/11/2011
Specific learning objectives: By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:
Solve the problems in Test 2
So
BRAESIDE HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN
Subject: Mathematics
Teacher: Mr John Mbugua
Class: 11
Topic/sub topic: SETS: Venn diagrams
Date: 31/10/2011
Specific learning objectives: By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to solve logical problems invol
BRAESIDE HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN
Subject: Mathematics
Teacher: Mr John Mbugua
Class: 11
Topic/sub topic: FUNCTIONS- Graphs of Functions
Date: 14/11/2011
Specific learning objectives: By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:
Draw the graphs
BRAESIDE HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN
Subject: Mathematics
Teacher: Mr John Mbugua
Class: 11
Topic/sub topic: SETS: Venn diagrams
Date: 24/10/2011
Specific learning objectives: By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to draw venn diagram:
To repres
BRAESIDE HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN
Subject: Mathematics
Teacher: Mr John Mbugua
Class: 11
Topic/sub topic: FUNCTIONS
Date: 1/11/2011
Specific learning objectives: By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:
define a function and use the various
BRAESIDE HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN
Subject: Mathematics
Teacher: Mr John Mbugua
Class: 11
Topic/sub topic: Test 2 Revision
Date: 9/11/2011
Specific learning objectives: By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:
Solve the problems in Test 2
So
BRAESIDE HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN
Subject: Mathematics
Teacher: Mr John Mbugua
Class: 11
Topic/sub topic: FUNCTIONS- Inverse Functions
Date: 10/11/2011
Specific learning objectives: By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:
find the inverse o
BRAESIDE HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN
Subject: Mathematics
Teacher: Mr John Mbugua
Class: 11
Topic/sub topic: FUNCTIONS- Composite Functions
Date: 7/11/2011
Specific learning objectives: By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:
write a general e
BRAESIDE HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN
Subject: Mathematics
Teacher: Mr John Mbugua
Class: 11
Topic/sub topic: SETS: Venn diagrams
Date: 25/10/2011
Specific learning objectives: By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to draw venn diagrams to repres
BRAESIDE HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN
Subject: Mathematics
Teacher: Mr John Mbugua
Class: 11
Topic/sub topic: TEST 2
Date: 3/11/2011
Specific learning objectives: By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to answer all the questions in the test .
Rev
Chapter 5
Interpersonal Gap: Where the senders intentions differ from the effects on the receiver
Display Rules: cultural norms that dictate what emotions are appropriate in particular situations
Intimate Zone: Zone of interpersonal space that expands out
Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Social Exchange: Social life entails the mutual exchange of desirable rewards w/ others
Outcome: Measured by rewards Costs
Comparison Level: describes the values of the outcomes that we believe we deserve in our dealings with others.
Chapter 3 Review
Proximity: Relationships that are most rewarding when people are near each other.
Matching: People in romantic relationships tend to have similar levels of attractiveness.
Mate Value: overall attractiveness as a reproductive partner
F
Chapter 7 Vocabulary
Capitalization: we usually share good news w/ friends and receive enthusiastic, rewarding responses that increase our pleasure
and enhance relationships.
Perceived Partner Responsiveness: The judgment that someone is attentive, respec
Psychology Research Paper
Yuanyao Wu
After watching the whole movie, there is one scene in it that I am particularly curious
about. In the headquarter, different colors of bubbles suggesting different emotions are
continuously produced whenever Riley has
46.
A mass m1 is connected by a light string that passes over a pulley of mass M to a mass m2
sliding on a frictionless horizontal surface as shown in the figure. There is no slippage between
the string and the pulley. The pulley has a radius of 25.0 cm a
67. A 4.00 kg solid sphere of radius 5.00 cm starts from rest and rolls without slipping down a 30.0
degree incline. If the length of the incline is 50.0 cm, then the velocity of the center of mass of the
solid sphere at the bottom of the incline is
A. 1.
63.
A 3.00 kg hollow sphere of radius 5.00 cm starts from rest and rolls without slipping down a
15.0 degree incline. If the length of the incline is 100 cm, then the velocity of the center of mass
of the hollow sphere at the bottom of the incline is
A. 3
20. A nail projects 40.0 mm horizontally outward from a wall. A 25.0 N coat is hung from the end of the
nail and the nail deflects downward by 2.50 10-6 m. The shear strain of the nail is
A. 4.00 10-5.
B. 4.75 10-5.
C. 5.01 10-5.
D. 5.75 10-5.
E. 6.25 10-
29. A 1.10 kg hollow steel ball is submerged in water. It weighs in water 8.75 N. The volume of the
cavity inside the ball is (density of steel is 7,900 kg/m3)
A. 0.000168 m3.
B. 0.000276 m3.
C. 0.000305 m3.
D. 0.000567 m3.
E. 0.000667 m3.
30. A 1.50 kg h
71.
An ice dancer with her arms stretched out starts into a spin with an angular velocity of 1.00
rad/s. Her moment of inertia with her arms stretched out is 2.48 kg m2. What is the increase in
her rotational kinetic energy when she pulls in her arms to m
55.
A mass m1 is connected by a light string that passes over a pulley of mass M to a mass m2
sliding on a frictionless incline as shown in the figure. There is no slippage between the string
and the pulley. The pulley has a radius of 25.0 cm and a moment
18.
The difference in blood pressure between the head and the foot of a person who is 2.000 m tall
and standing up is (density of blood is 1,060 kg/m3)
A. 155.9 mmHg.
B. 142.3 mmHg.
C. 126.3 mmHg.
D. 102.4 mmHg.
E. 198.3 mmHg.
Giambattista - Chapter 09 #1
70. A small steel sphere falls with a terminal velocity in a viscous fluid of 2.00 cm/s. If the radius of the
steel sphere is doubled, then what is the terminal velocity of the sphere?
A. 1.00 cm/s
B. 2.00 cm/s
C. 4.00 cm/s
D. 6.0 cm/s
E. 8.00 cm/s
71. A
Section: 9.2 Pressure
9.
A 100 kg mass has a density of 2000 kg/m3. If the volume is decreased by 2% due to
compression, then the density is
A. 3,010 kg/m3.
B. 2,940 kg/m3.
C. 2,520 kg/m3.
D. 2,440 kg/m3.
E. 2,040 kg/m3.
Giambattista - Chapter 09 #9
Secti
17. A submarine is located 1.000 km below the surface of the water. What is the absolute pressure of
the seawater on the outside of the submarine? (density of seawater is 1,025 kg/m3)
A. 190.8 atm
B. 193.5 atm
C. 198.2 atm
D. 100.1 atm
E. 121.2 atm
18. Th
3.
A force of 15.0 N is applied to a wire with an un-stretched length of 4.00 m and a diameter of
5.00 mm. If the wire changed length by 1.20 mm, then the strain in the wire is
A. 1.00 10-4.
B. 2.00 10-4.
C. 3.00 10-4.
D. 4.00 10-4.
E. 5.00 10-4.
Giambatt