Exam Review Chapters 16, 19 and Appendix A
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goods manufactured.
Inventories
Materials inventory
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Direct materials purchased
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Math 168 Trigonometry Final
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Part I- Multiple Choices.
Direction: Answer all questions on the scantron answer sheet provided by filling in the proper
bubble with a number 2 pencil. If you change your answer please erase the undesired ma

BASIC COLLEGE MATH
FINAL EXAM
04-2010
The College of the Bahamas
School of Mathematics, Physics and Technology
Math 140 Final Examination
Semester 042010
Total Points:
INSTRUCTIONS: Answer ALL questions in the spaces provided on this paper. Show enough
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Seminar Short Synopsis
In the seminar, a few men from Eckerd College in Tampa, Florida spoke about the
impacts of social media and methods for fixing cell phones. The seminar comprised of two
speeches

Senate Debate
Senator Fred Mitchell
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1. Mister President, it is ironic that we are involved today in a national debate over what is an extremely sensitive subject.
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Rev. Philip Rahming (lyrics)
Timothy Gibson and Clement Bethel (music)
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National Anthem
Ian Strachan
Dr. Ian Strachan is an Associate Professor in the School of English Studies at The College of The Bahamas. He is also a
novelist, poet, playwright, film maker and political analyst.
I
this is the song
of my islands
pleasure ho

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Math 168 Final Examination Semester012010
The College of the Bahamas
School of Mathematics, Physics and Technology
Math 168 Final Examination
Semester 012010
Total Points: 100
Section 1
MULTIPLECHOICE.Chooseonealternativethatbestcompletesthe
statem

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Economy is the art of making the most of life. The love of economy is the root of all virtue.
George Bernard Shaw
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Financial Management
FIN 314 -Spring 2013
Homework Chapters 5 &6
Chapter 5: (10 Points)
1. What is the risk-free rate on T-securities (rRF) during years 1, 5, and 10 when the inflation in
year one is 6%, year two 7% and 9% for year three and beyond. The r

Solutions
Problem 2-13 & 2-16
2-13
a.
Campsey
1.98x
75.2 days
35.0 days
5.60x
5.6x
1.70x
3.0x
1.7%
1.2%
2.9%
3.6%
7.6%
9.0%
61.9%
b.
Industry
Average
2.0x
60.0%
For Campsey, ROA = PM x TA turnover = 1.7% x 1.7 = 2.9%.
For the industry, ROA = 1.2% x 3.0 =

Chapter 8Market Failure
TRUE/FALSE
1. A negative externality is when the action of one party imposes a cost on another party.
ANS: T
PTS: 1
2. A positive externality is when the action of one party benefits another party.
ANS: T
PTS: 1
3. In the case of e

MATH 170 GROUP ASSIGNMENT 2 Due February 1st, 2013
f ( x) 5
= 1 , find lim f ( x )
x 4
x2
1.
(a) If lim
2.
By the method of , prove
1
1
(a) lim x + 6 = 8
(b)
x 5 2
2
3.
4.
x 4
(b) If lim
x 2
(
)
lim 2 x 2 + 3 x = 5
x 1
Find the infinite limits, if they ex

MATH 170 ASSIGNMENT 5 -NEWTONs METHOD AND INDEFINITE INTEGRATION
Due Next Week Tuesday
Use Newtons method to approximate the root of f ( x ) = 0 in the given interval to
A.
within 0.001.
(a)
f ( x ) = x2 3
[ 1, 2]
[ 3, 2]
f ( x ) = 5 x2
(b)
B.
x5 2 x + 5

LIMITS HOMEWORK (EPSILON-DELTA)
A.
For the given lim f ( x ) = L and given value of , find the largest value
xa
of such that if 0 < x a < , then f ( x ) L <
1.
2.
3.
lim ( 4 x 5 ) = 3 ,
x 2
= 0.001
x2
lim ( 2 + 5 x ) = 8 ,
= 0.002
lim x 2 = 16 ,
= 0.03
x4

6.
The graph of y = f ( x ) is given.
y
x=2
2
x
-2
-2
Determine each of the following limits, if it exists.
(a) lim f ( x ) =
(b) lim+ f ( x ) =
(c) xlim2 f ( x ) =
(d) f ( 2 ) =
(e) lim f ( x ) =
(f) lim f ( x ) =
+
(g) lim f ( x ) =
x 0
(h) f ( 0 ) =
(i

MATH 170 GROUP ASSIGNMENT 1.
LIMITS AND GRAPHS Due Friday Jan25th, 2012
Ex. 1 Determine the following from first principles.
x +1
ln x
lim
lim
a)
(b)
x 1 4 x + 1
x 1 x 1
Ex2.
Ex.3
Use the graph of the function f to decide whether the value of the given qu

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The College of the Bahamas
School of Mathematics, Physics and Technology
Math 140 Final Examination
Semester 042010
Total Points: 174
INSTRUCTIONS: Answer ALL questions in the spaces provided on this paper. Show
enoug

MATH 170
A.
GROUP/INDIVUAL ASSIGNMENT 4 (Applications of Derivative) Part 1
For the following functions,
(a) determine the intercepts, asymptotes(if applicable)
(b) identify any extrema,
(c) determine intervals of increase and decrease,
(d) determine any

9.1 and 9.2 Limits Worksheet #1
1.
Determine the following from first principles or using tables.
x+4
x 1 2 x + 1
lim
(a)
2.
lim
(c)
x 2
x+2
x+2
Find the limits analytically/algebraically.
x2 9
x 3
t 2 + 4t 21
t 7
t +7
(a)
lim
(c)
x3 4 x 2 + x + 6
lim
x 1

Direct ions: Complet e t he problems circled in r ed.
Directions: Show all work on this spreadsheet ONLY!
g.
100(1+10)^3
FV3 = 100(1331)
FV3 = $133,100
PV = FVn[1/(1+r)^n]
PV = 100[1/(1+10)^3]
PV = $.075 -> $0.08
e.
h. (4)
a.FV3 = 100(3.31) = $331
PVA3 =

NBC Math Club Prospective Budget
Main Fundraising Event: Pi Day
Item:
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Paper Plates
Pie Tins
Sodas
Spoons & Forks
Whipped Cream
Total:
$
$7.50
$55.00
$6.50
$60.00
$3.50
$15.00

FORD MOTOR COMPANY
Balance Sheet
Assets
Cash, Equiv and Short Term Investments
Receivables
Inventories
Total Current Assets
Net Property,Plant,and Equipment
Goodwill and Other Intangible Assets
Investments and Advances
Deferred Non-Current Assets
Other No

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