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Math 116 - Chapter 3 review
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Find all the measures of the center and variation of the following data set. Round your answer
to one more decimal place than the original data. Show your work.
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BLTE-10E PRACTICE QUIZ
CHAPTER 11:
PERFORMANCE AND BREACH IN SALES AND LEASE
CONTRACTS
1. Under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), the basic obligation of the buyer
or lessee, with respect to contract
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Interactive Quiz for Modern-1e, Chapter 11
Chapter 11 Defenses to Contract Enforceability
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If you do not genuinely assent to a contracts terms, you may:
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Ch 1-5.2 WS
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1. Find the slope and y-intercept of the equation of the line.
2y 10x = 14
2. Find the general form of the line pass
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7.3 Multivariable (more than 2
variables) linear systems:
7.3.1 Row echelon form (also called triangular
form):
x 2 y 3z 9
y 3z 5
z2
Easy to solve by back substitution.
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7.3.2 Elem
5.1 Using Fundamental Identities:
(aka extreme trig massaging)
5.1.1
What is an identity? (not the fake
one.)
2( x 1) 2 x 2
5.1.2
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Check out the identities on
your handout oops no handouts
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6.3-4 WS with some 6.5
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Box your answers
1. In the figure below, a, b 1,7 and c, d 7, 2 . Find x, y so that u v.
2. Find the magnitude of vector v.
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5.5 More trig identities:
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5.5.1 Where are all the boxes:
p. 387, 389, 390, 391 and 392. Make sure
you know them on your identity sheet.
In your
5.5.2 Using the double angle formul
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6.2 LAW of cosines:
6.2.1 Solving oblique triangles:
6.2.1.1 To solve triangles need 1 side and 2 other
quantities (either sides or angles or a
combo). There are 4 cases:
1. 2 angles and any 1 side
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7.1 Solving systems of equations:
7.1.1 Typical methods of solving systems:
a. Substitution
b. Elimination (aka Linear combo)
c. Graphical intersection of curves
making up the system
7.1.2 Examples
Ch 9 WS
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1. Find the standard form of the parabola with the given characteristics.
focus: (2, 2)
vertex: (2, 3)
2. Find the standard form of the par
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6.5 Trig (polar) form of complex
numbers:
Yo, whats a complex number?
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z =4 + 3i
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6.5.1 Standard form of a complex number:
z =4 + 3i
z=
3 2
+ i
5 5
6.5.2 The compl
5.3 Solving Trig Equations:
5.3.1 Trig equations have infinite solutions (unless
restrictions imposed):
5.3.1.1 Example 1:
1
sin =
0
2
Use your NBOX!
has the solution: =
OR
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=
6
+ 2n ; n inte
9.1-4 WS
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Show all your work and box the answers
1. Identify the center and radius of the circle below.
x2 y 2 + 6 x + 6 y 5 0
2. Find the standard
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9.1 Circles and Parabolas:
9.1.1Circles: This is a review:
1. Give me an equation of a circle!
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2. Find the center and radius of
the following circle:
x + y 10 x 6 y + 25 =
0
2
2
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9.6 Polar coordinates:
9.6.1An
alternative way of representing
plane curves:
( r , )
Polar
axis
Pole
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9.6.2Free
polar graph paper:
http:/incompetech.com/graphpaper/polar/
http:/www
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6.4 Dot products of vectors:
What is the difference between a
scalar and a vector?
6.4.1
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6.4.2 Vector dot product or vector multiplication:
6.4.2.1 Definition:
Given vectors
u 2,3