1. x = 3 sin3t
y = 3 cos3t
2. x = 7 sin t + sin 7t
y = 7 cos t + cos 7t
3. x = 2t
y = t + 5, -2 t 3
4. x = 2t 1
y = t2 + 5, -4 t 4
5.x = 6 sin t
y = 6 cos t, 0 t 2
1. x = 3 sin3t
y = 3 cos3t
2. x = 7 sin t + sin 7t
y = 7 cos t + cos 7t
3. x = 2t
y = t + 5, -2 t 3
4. x = 2t 1
y = t2 + 5, -4 t 4
5.x = 6 sin t
y = 6 cos t, 0 t 2
1. x = 3 sin3t
y = 3 cos3t
2. x = 7 sin t + sin 7t
y = 7 cos t + cos 7t
3. x = 2t
y = t + 5, -2 t 3
4. x = 2t 1
y = t2 + 5, -4 t 4
5.x = 6 sin t
y = 6 cos t, 0 t 2
Section
Topic Practice
ToProblem,
Anticipated
Do
Completion Date
7.01 Arithmetic Sequences
Submitted
Practice Assignment
Problem,
7.02 Geometric Sequences
Submitted
Assignment
Practice Problem,
7.03 Series and Summation
Submitted
Practice Assignment
Probl
1. What is the unit of measure of current?
It's measured in ampere or amps.
2. What was the original term for the battery?
The original term was voltaic pile.
3. Who invented the incandescent light bulb?
Thomes Edison invented the light bulb.
4. Who inven
Virtual Lab Simulation
Materials: None
Procedure:
1.
If you are unable to complete the manual lab, you may complete the lab report using data
2.
provided by someone else. Then, read through the three trials.
Use the data and organize it in a data table. Y
Mod 5 Test Review and Sem 2 Exam B Review
Define:
a) Kirchoffs First Rule, or Junction Theorem
b) Coulombs Law
c) Insulator
d) Conductor
e) Electric field, concepted developed by?
f) capacitance
2. What force is exerted on a test charge of 0.00035 C, if i
1. What is the unit of measure of current?
It's measured in ampere or amps.
2. What was the original term for the battery?
The original term was voltaic pile.
3. Who invented the incandescent light bulb?
Thomes Edison invented the light bulb.
4. Who inven
1. What is the unit of measure of current?
It's measured in ampere or amps.
2. What was the original term for the battery?
The original term was voltaic pile.
3. Who invented the incandescent light bulb?
Thomes Edison invented the light bulb.
4. Who inven
Ellipses
In the last section we studied the parabola. In this section, we study the second type of conic called an
ellipse. It is defined as follows.
An ellipse is the set of all points (x,y) in a plane, the sum of whose distances from two distinct fixed
Section
Topic
To do
Anticipated
completion date
09.01
Introduction to Limits
and the Derivative
Lesson (Section 10.1
of your text),
Practice Problems,
Submitted
Assignment
Aug 2
09.02
Techniques for
Evaluating Limits
Lesson (Section 10.3
of your text),
Pr
1.A sine curve that represents a transverse wave is shown. With a metric ruler, measure the
wavelength and amplitude of the wave.
Wavelength = 7cm
Amplitude = 1.5cm
2.A kid on a playground swing makes a complete to-and-fro
swing each 2 seconds. The freque
Conic Section Formulas
Standard Equation of a Parabola, with vertex at (h,k) is as follows.
The focus lies on the axis p units (directed distance) from the vertex. Remember, the focus is always located INSIDE the parabola.
Parabola opens up/down:
equation
Parabolas
In order to find the center, foci, vertex, and directrix of a parabola; we have to be able to put the
equation in standard form.
The first thing we should do is picture the parabola to determine its direction.
Definition:
Standard Equation of a
1. What is the unit of measure of current?
It's measured in ampere or amps.
2. What was the original term for the battery?
The original term was voltaic pile.
3. Who invented the incandescent light bulb?
Thomes Edison invented the light bulb.
4. Who inven
Section
Topic
To do
Anticipated
completion date
09.01
Introduction to Limits
and the Derivative
Lesson (Section 10.1
of your text),
Practice Problems,
Submitted
Assignment
Aug 2
09.02
Techniques for
Evaluating Limits
Lesson (Section 10.3
of your text),
Pr
1.
What happened to the test charge when brought near another positive charge, and how
did you use this fact to score a goal only using positive charges? Explain for both the
practice charge and more difficult levels.
The test charge was pushed away from
Section
Topic
To do
Anticipated
completion date
08.01
Introduction to
Conics: Parabolas
Lesson (Section 8.1
of your text),
Practice Problem,
Submitted
Assignment
July 23
08.02
Ellipses
Lesson (Section 8.2
of your text),
Practice Problem,
Submitted
Assignm
1.
Trial
Volume of
cold water
(ml)
Temperature
of the cold
water (c)
Temperature
of hot water
(c)
Volume of hot Final
water (ml)
temperature(
ml)
1
250
20
98
250
56
2
200
20
98
400
72
3
300
15
90
150
41
Trial 1
Hot temperature change = 56 - 98 = -42
Cold
1. What is the unit of measure of current?
It's measured in ampere or amps.
2. What was the original term for the battery?
The original term was voltaic pile.
3. Who invented the incandescent light bulb?
Thomes Edison invented the light bulb.
4. Who inven
1.
What happened to the test charge when brought near another positive charge, and how
did you use this fact to score a goal only using positive charges? Explain for both the
practice charge and more difficult levels.
The test charge was pushed away from
1.
What happened to the test charge when brought near another positive charge, and how
did you use this fact to score a goal only using positive charges? Explain for both the
practice charge and more difficult levels.
The test charge was pushed away from
Conclusion:
The purpose of this procedure was to experiment with a single resistor circuit so as to Analyze
how one variable affects another while the third variable is kept constant. All the while Providing
reasoning to support Ohms Law by collecting dat
Conclusion:
The purpose of this procedure was to experiment with a single resistor circuit so as to Analyze
how one variable affects another while the third variable is kept constant. All the while Providing
reasoning to support Ohms Law by collecting dat
1.
Trial
Volume of
cold water
(ml)
Temperature
of the cold
water (c)
Temperature
of hot water
(c)
Volume of hot Final
water (ml)
temperature(
ml)
1
250
20
98
250
56
2
200
20
98
400
72
3
300
15
90
150
41
Trial 1
Hot temperature change = 56 - 98 = -42
Cold
Section
Topic
To do
Anticipated
completion date
08.01
Introduction to
Conics: Parabolas
Lesson (Section 8.1
of your text),
Practice Problem,
Submitted
Assignment
July 23
08.02
Ellipses
Lesson (Section 8.2
of your text),
Practice Problem,
Submitted
Assignm
1. A gas occupies 0.60 m3 at a 5.0 atm. If the temperature of the gas remains the same and the
pressure decreases to 2.5 atm, what would be the new volume occupied by the gas?
(0.6)(5)=(2.5)v2
(0.6)(5)/2.5=v2
1.2 m^3=v2
2.Given a volume of 1000. cm3 of an