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YERBA BUENA HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER 2011
Algebra 2 Standards
Semester 2
Name_
Standard Question #1 Complex Numbers
Simplify using complex number properties and order of operations.
Simplify negative numbers inside radical & rationalize.
Rationalize rational co
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Objective
. Today,you will use the exponential
functionY=gt.
Lesson11-3
5 - MinuteReview
5 - Minute Review (cont.)
1. Evaluate4v? to the nearestten
thousandth.
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AP STATISTICS EXAM PREPARTION
PORTFOLIO
Grading Periods 5 & 6 FEBRUARY 13 MAY 24, 2012
OBJECTIVES
Keep all completed documents (see list) related to the reviewing and preparing for AP Statistics exam that will
take place on Wedn
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BEAR CREEK HIGH SCHOOL
GEOMETRY
2012 2013
Mrs. HOANG
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I. OBJECTIVES
1. To meet all Californias standards for GEOMETRY (see cde.ca.gov under standards & frameworks)
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chapter 3 Problems. solo-w
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1. (a) This is a geometric setting: Binary outcomes (HIV or not). Independent trials (one
person's condition does not inuence condition of next randomlyselected individual), we are
counting the number of Trials to t
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AP Statistics Course Outline
Chapter 1
Day
1
Topics
Chapter 1 Introduction; Activity: Hiring
discrimination: This activity models the
components of the statistical problem
solving process: research question, data
analysis, probability model, and inference
Caron? Predict
otllsy 3 Fmblcms vii APStatistics Name:
1. Determine whether each random variable descri bed below satises the conditions for a
binomial setting, a geometric setting, or neither. Support your conclusion in each case.
(a) Suppose that one of
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Translated Series Solutions and Initial Conditions
Consider the initial value problem
We again consider this ODE with analytic coefficients,
y 00 + P(x)y 0 + Q(x)y = 0
y 0 (x0 ) = 1
y (x0 ) = 0
3.3 Regular Singular Points
A(x)y 00 + B(x)y 0 + C(x)y = 0.
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Heat Equation
Solving Heat Equation with Separation of Variables
Consider a bar of length L of uniform cross section
Let u(x, t) be the temperature of the bar at some point along the x
axis and some point in time.
u(x, t) satisfies the heat equation (see
Review of some Linear Algebra before starting
Chapter 8
0
1
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u1
v1
Bu2 C
B v2 C
B C
B C
Recall that two vectors u = B . C and v = B . C 2 Rn are
@ . A
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un
vn
orthogonal if the dot product u v = 0. The dot product is defined as
u v = u1 v1 + u2 v2
Fourier Sine and Fourier Cosine Series
Fourier Sine and Fourier Cosine Series
Definition 13 (Even and Odd Functions)
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A function f (x) is even if f ( x) = f (x). A function f (x) is odd if
f ( x) = f (x).
A Fourier series for an even function has just co
Piecewise Continuous and Piecewise Smooth
Some Graphs of Piecewise Smooth Functions
Definition 10 (Piecewise Continuous)
A function f (x) is piecewise continuous on an interval [a, b] provided
that [a, b] can be subdivided into finitely many subintervals
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REVIEW (CHAPTERS 1 3)
CHAPTER 1
1. If the mean for a college entrance examination is currently 34 and the standard deviation
is 1.7, what would the new mean and standard deviation be if each individuals score is
increased by 1.5?
2. Determine the types of
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