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Chapter 8
Problem I
1. Input Measure - Percentage of Completion Method (Cost to Cost Method)
2008:
Contract price
P
1,800,000
Actual costs to date
P 450,000
Estimated costs to
1,200,000
complete
Total estimated project
1,650,000
costs
Estimated total gros
Chapter 7
Problem I
1. Entries in 20x4:
Cash.
Mortgage Notes Receivable .
Real Estate .
9,000
Gain on Sale of Real Estate .
15,000
Cash
Mortgage Notes Receivable .
3,500
20,500
500
500
Entry in 20x5:
Real Estate . 16,500
Loss on Repossession of Real Esta
ABC Construction Company
123 Speedway #2
Plaridel, Bulacan
Date: October 5, 2015
Mr. Neil Tabingo
La Consolacion University
Philippines
Catmon, Bulacan
Dear Mr Neil Tabingo,
I am writing this letter with regards to the meeting that we had on 25 th June, 2
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Obiectives: ai the end of the lesson the
studonts are expected to:
1. Discuss clearly the definition, concepts,
nature of architecture.
2. Appreciate the beauty of architecture as a
work of art;
3. Aoknowledge the different Philippine
architects
CHAPTER 1: THE ORIGIN AND STRUCTURE OF THE EARTH
ORIGIN OF THE UNIVERSE
A. PLATO
For 2000 years, the minds of astronomers were shackled by a pair of ideas. The Greek
philosopher Plato argued the heavens were perfect. Because the only perfect geometrical s
Chapter 10
Problem I
1. The journal entries shown below would be made on the consignors and consignees
books (assume the use of perpetual inventory):
Transactions
Shipment of goods
on consignment.
2. Payment of
expenses by
consignor.
3. Payment of
expense
Chapter 5
Problem I
1.
A, B, C and D Partnership
Statement of Liquidation
January 1, 20x4 to May 31, 20x4
Cash
Balances before
Liquidation
January
- Realization
- Payment of
expenses
- Payment
of
liabilities
Balances after Jan
February
- Realization
- Pay
Chapter 7
Problems
Problem I
1. Entries in 20x4:
Cash.
3,500
Mortgage Notes Receivable .
20,500
Real Estate .
9,000
Gain on Sale of Real Estate .
15,000
Cash
500
Mortgage Notes Receivable .
500
Entry in 20x5:
Real Estate .
16,500
Loss on Repossession of
The Atmosphere
The Atmosphere
A blanket of air that surrounds the earth.
It reaches approximately 1000km from the
surface of the earth.
It is a layer of different gases that extends
from earths surface to the exosphere.
Atmosphere consists mainly of 7
ATOMS
Historical development
Sub-atomic particles
Average Atomic Weight
Historical development of
atoms
Democritus
Dalton
J. J. Thomson
E. Goldstein
J. Chadwick
E. Rutherford
N. Bohr
Historical development of
atoms
Democritus a Greek philosopher
who expre
Writing Chemical Formula
Naming Compounds
Balancing Equation
Chemical Symbols
of Elements
Chemical
Symbols are
abbreviations
or shorthand
in writing the
names of the
elements.
Chemical symbols are derived from:
The first letter of the English name
of the
ASTRONOMY
Astronomy
is the study of the universe
including celestial bodies,
information and theories
about the solar systems, the
stars, the galaxies, and the
general structure of space.
Branches of Modern Astronomy
Astrometry the observational study of
The Hydrosphere
The Hydrosphere
- is discontinuous layer of water
at or near the Earths atmosphere
Hydrosphere
includes all liquid and frozen surface
waters, groundwater held in soil and
rock, and atmospheric water vapor.
Oceans and seas make up more than
For your reflection
O Lord, our Lord, Your greatness is seen in all the
world!
Your praise reaches up to the heavens;
It is sung by children and babies.
Your are safe and secure from all your enemies;
You stop anyone who opposes you.
When I look at the sk
Todays topic.
Motion
and
The Laws of
Before that. (take note of the tentative exam schedule)
Motion
Is one common event in
our surroundings.
In
natural events such as
moving clouds, falling
rain, streams of water,
etc.
In everyday activities
such as wa
Geology
- the study of the earth,
including the transformations
it has undergone.
Branches of Geology
Geophysics (applies the physics
concepts to study the earth)
Geochemistry (applies chemistry to
study the earth)
Mineralogy (study of minerals)
Petrology
Chemistry
Matter
States
Properties
Classification
Chemistry
is
the study of the composition,
properties and structure of
matter.
it is considered the central
science; blending at one
extreme into physics,
mathematics, engineering and
sometimes into earth
,
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Is a measure of the amount of change that a
force produces when it is applied on a body
The change maybe in the:
velocity of the body,
in its position,
in its size or shape, etc.
Work is a scalar quantity, thus the
Electronic Structure of
Matter
Historical development of
atoms
Democritus
Dalton
J. J. Thomson
E. Goldstein
J. Chadwick
E. Rutherford
N. Bohr
Historical development of
atoms
Democritus
Dalton
J. J. Thomson
E. Goldstein
J. Chadwick
E. Rutherford
N. Bohr pr
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Unit 2 Estimation
Errors
(3) Absolute error
= difference between the actual value and the
measured value
(b) Maximum error
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2 markings of the measuring tool
(c) Rela
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Questions on Chapter 11/12 (Co-ordinate Geometry)
Part I Straight Lines
Paper I Questions
1998 Q8 (5 marks)
A(0, 4) and B(2, 1) are two points.
a) Find the slope of AB.
b) Find the equation of the line passing through (1, 3) and perpendicular to AB.
1999
2013-DSE
MATH CP
pAPERZ HONG KONG EXAMINATIONS AND ASSESSMENT AUTHORITY
HONG KONG DIPLOMA OF SECONDARY EDUCATION EXAMINATION 2013
MATHEMATICS Compulsory Part
PAPER 2
11.30 am 12.45 pm (1% hours)
INSTRUCTIONS
]. Read carefully the instructions on the Ans
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MATH OF
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1.
Read carefully the instructions
Past Paper Questions on Chapter 14 (Sequences)
Paper 1 Questions
Section A
1995 Q3 (4 marks)
a) Find the sum of the first 20 terms of the A.P. 1, 5, 9,
b) Find the sum to infinity of the G.P. 9, 3, 1,
1996 Q3 (4 marks)
The n-th term Tn of a sequence T1,
DSE Mathematics (Core)
Full Revision Notes
DSE Mathematics
Full Revision Notes
1.1 Number System
Real number
(any x where x2 >=0)
Rational number
(any number can be expressed by a/b)
Irrational Number (e.g. 2, 14, )
Complex number
(e.g. 4+3i)
Imaginary
Questions on Chapter 13 (Inequalities / Linear Programming)
Inequalities
Paper 1 Questions
1995 Q1(a) (1 mark)
Solve the inequality 3x + 1 7
2002 Q7 (4 marks)
a) Solve the inequality 3x + 6 4 + x.
b) Find all integers which satisfy both the
inequalities 3