College Algebra Test 2.
1. Match each equation in Column 1 with a description of its graph from
Column 2 as it relates to the graph y= x 2 .
(a) y = (x -7
A.) Translation 7 units to the left
B.) Translation 7 units to the right
03.04 Great Empires of the World - Central and
South American Legacies and Contributions
I decided to choose the Mayan Civilization due to the way they came up with an easy to use math
system. They do not use arabic or roman numerals, instead t
The three Pythagorean Identities are:
i. sin3(A)+cos‘(A) =1
These can be rewritten by subtracting from both sides:
1. sin2(A)=1- cc-s2 (A) or 003261) = 1- sin2 (A)
2. tan2 (A): sec:2 (111)—1 or seen (A)—tan2(A)
A way of remembering how to compute the sine, cosine, and @1ng of an
SOH stands for Sine equals Opposite over ﬂypotenuse.
CAH stands for Cosine equals Mjacent over Hypotenuse.
TOA stands for Tangent equals Opposite o
The changing nature of middle age can be accounted for by the fact that: medical
discoveries have improved health in adulthood.
Regarding physical changes in middle adulthood, which of the following statements is
TRUE? Midlife changes are mostl
Dietary Intervention Approaches To
The Treatment of Obesity
Energy Balance Basics
Adults generally need between 1,500
and 3,500 kcal per day, depending on
their size and activity levels.
Carbohydrates = 4 kcal per g
January 14th, 2014
Original height of all the balls: 96 inches
1. Write the height of each bounce, beginning with the height from which the ball
originally fell, in the chart below:
TEST #1 STUDY GUIDE FOR CHAPTER 4.1 4.6
TOPICS TO KNOW:
4.1 Radian and Degree Measure
Know all unit circle angles in degrees, radians, and their ordered pairs.
Know how to find all 6 trig functions based on the unit circle.
Know how and
Trig Test #1 (Ch7.1/7.5)_Practice Questions
Be prepared to solve all questions with and without multiple choices.
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. Determine the quadrant in which a
In this example, consisting of
three firms, GDP can be
calculated in three different
(1) measuring GDP as the
value of production of final
goods and services, by
summing each firm's value
(2) measuring GDP as
aggregate spending on
National Income Accounting
The following data about a hypothetical economy are in billions of dollars.
1. Refer to the above data. GDP in this economy is:
A. $6,080 billion
B. $6,230 billion
C. $6,380 billion
D. $6,400 billion
2. Refer to the above data
PALM BEACH STATE COLLEGE
Multiple Choice Practice Questions
1. In the expansion phase of a business cycle:
A. The inflation rate decreases, but productive capacity increases
B. The inflation rate and productive capacity decrease
1. In Keynesian theory, at the price-output combination that defines macro equilibrium:
A) The economy may or may not be at full employment.
B) The aggregate demand curve intersects the aggregate supply curve.