Sublist 1 families of the Academic Word List
analyse
approaching
unapproachable
analysed
analyser
assumptions
area
analysers
analyses
assumption
authority
areas
authoritative
assess
authorities
analysing
assessable
analysis
assessed
availability
analyst
a
Section 6.2
OnetoOne Functions;
Inverse Functions
Figure 1
Figure 2
Example 1: Determining Whether a Function is Onetoone
Solution:
Example 2: Using the Horizontalline Test
For each function, use the graph to determine whether the function is oneto
Section 6.1
Composite Functions
Example 1: Evaluating a Composite Function
Caution:
Example 2: Finding a Composite Function and Its Domain
Example 3: Finding the Domain of
Example 4: Finding a Composite Function and Its Domain
Suppose that f x
1
and g x
Section 5.4
Polynomial and Rational
Inequalities
Example 3: Solving a Rational Inequality
Example 4: Solving a Rational Inequality
Question:
A)
B)
C)
D)
A)
B)
C)
D)
Section 5.4
Rational
Inequalities
1 hour
Objectives
Solve Rational Inequalities
Examples
2
Section 4.5
Inequalities Involving
Quadratic Functions
Example 1: Solve an Inequality
Example 2: Solve an Inequality
Question: Solve an Inequality
Question: Solve an Inequality
Section 4.5
Objectives
Examples
Inequalities Involving
Quadratic Functions
2 h
Section 4.3
Quadratic Functions and
Their Properties
Example 2: Locating the Vertex without Graphing
Without graphing, locate the vertex and axis of symmetry of the parabola defined
by f x 2 x 2 3x 2 . Does it open up or down?
Solution:
Example 3: Graphin
Section 4.1
Linear Functions and Their
Properties
Example 1: Graphing a Linear Function
Example 3: Determining Whether a Linear Function Is Increasing,
Decreasing, or Constant
Which is the correct graph for the function
below?
A)
B)
C)
D)
Qatar University
Foundation program
The Math Program
PreCalculusMathP100
Fall2012
FacultyInformation:
InstructorsName:Dr.WaliedHazimSharif
Office:FoundationBuilding(D05315)
GroupNumber:010Room:B050206
ClassSchedule:MW2:00pm3:40pm
LabSchedule:M2:00pm4:00pm
Section 3.5
Graphing Techniques;
Transformations
Example 1: Vertical Shift Up
Example 2: Vertical Shift Down
Example 3: Horizontal Shift to the Right
Example 4: Horizontal Shift to the Left
Example 5: Combining Vertical and Horizontal Shifts
Example 6: Ve
Section 3.4
Library of Functions;
Piecewisedefined Functions
The Square Root Function
Example 1: Graphing the Cube Root Function
The Cube Root Function
Example 2: Graphing the Absolute Value Function
The Absolute Value Function
Example 3: Analyzing a Pie
Section 3.3
Properties of Functions
Example 3: Determining Where a Function Is Increasing, Decreasing or
Constant from its Graph
Where is the function increasing?
Solution: The function is increasing on the interval
or
Where is the function decreasing?
So
Section 3.2
The Graph of a Function
Page 214222
Example 1: Identifying the Graph of a Function
Which of the following are graphs of functions?
Example 3: Obtaining Information from the Graph of a Function
x
Consider the function f x
x 1
(d) What are the
Section 3.1
Functions
A relation is a correspondence between two sets.
If x and y are two elements in these sets and if a relation
exists between x and y, then we say that x corresponds to y
or that y depends on x, and we write x y.
We have a number of wa
Vocabulary 6
WORD
percent (n)
procedure (n)
process (n) (v)
required (v) (adj)
section (n)
sector (n)
significant (adj)
structure (n)
theory (n)
variable (n)
MEANING
a. essential or needed
b. the arrangement of and the relationship
between parts of someth
Vocabulary 5
WORD
evidence (n)
a.
export (n) (v)
function(n)
identified (v)
involved (n)
income (n) (v)
issues (n)
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
labour (n) (v)
method (n)
occur(v)
h.
i.
j.
functional (adj) malfunction
identity (n) identification (n)
involve (v)
invol
Vocabulary 4
1. assessment
2. assume


b. to get from a source
3. authority 
4. consistent
a. power to enforce, command, judge or
determine something
c. an analysis of the value or effectiveness
of something

d. to calculate approximately
5. constitut
Vocabulary 3
1. major

a. a careful study or investigation
2. period

b. not the same but nearly the same
3. policy

c. a plan of action/statement of ideals
4. principle 
d. important/
5. research 
e. function or importance of something
6. response 
1. environment (n) 
Vocabulary 2
a. to show
2. established (adj) 
b. concerning money
3. factors (n) 
c. based on the law
4. financial (adj) 
d. made official/it is generally known
5. formula (n)
e. conditions/situations affecting peoples lives
natur
Vocabulary 1
1. approach (n/v) _
2. analysis (n)
a.
_
3. area (n)
_
a legal agreement usually written
b.
an idea
c.
facts or information used in deciding something
4. available (adj) _
d. a study of something by looking at its parts or its
relationship wi
Summarizing Exercise:
According to Broukal.M.s article in 2010, there are many kinds of vegetarians; the strict
ones are called Vegans. However, vegans believe that humans regularly harm animals for
benefit. They live their lives according to beliefs that
The Organization of a Cause Analysis Essay
Introduction
General Statements with hook:
Today many people believe that _. However,_.
_has been declining for a number of years because _.
Thesis Sentence:
_is generally caused by the following factors _, _
The Organization of an Argumentative Essay
An argumentative essay is an essay in which you agree or disagree with an issue,
using reasons to support your opinion. Your goal is to convince your reader that
your opinion is right.
Argumentation is a popular
Running Head: Young People & Drugs
Page 1
The Causes for the Increase in Young People Taking Drugs
Abdollah Nasser Bahmani
201202405
Qatar University
English 10358004
Nov. 14, 2012
Dr. Mary Williams
Running Head: Young People & Drugs
Page 2
Drugs kill.
Running Head: Young People & Drugs
Page 1
The Causes for the Increase in Young People Taking Drugs
Abdollah Nasser Bahmani
201202405
Qatar University
English 10358004
Nov. 14, 2012
Dr. Mary Williams
Running Head: Young People & Drugs
Page 2
Drugs kill.
The Benefits of Being Bilingual
The Vierira family moved to the United States in 1981. At that time, they made a decision. They
decided to stop speaking Portuguese at home and only communicate in English. They were, in
fact, living in an English speaking
1
QATAR UNIVERSITY
FOUNDATION PROGRAM
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENT COURSES
English (202) Course Syllabus (Fall 2012 version)
Course Information
Course Name: English 1
Course Code: 202
Contact Hours: 3
Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites
none
Cours
Sample
QATAR UNIVERSITY
FOUNDATION PROGRAM
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
POST FOUNDATION COURSE 202A
Exam Component
Total Marks
Scored Marks
Section A
Vocabulary
4
Section B
Summary writing
5
Write a summary of about
100 words.
TOTAL
POINTS
9
Name: _
_ /
9
Stude
Runon Sentences
A runon sentence has at least two parts. Either one can stand by itself, but the two
have been put together without being properly connected. As a result of being
joined together, there is usually a problem in the structure of the senten