The Unit Circle
So far, you have measured angles in
degrees. You can also measure angles -
in radians.
A radian is a unit of angle measure based on arc
length. Recall from geometry that an arc is an
unbroken part of a circle. If a central angle 9 in a
Table of Random Digits
This table was created by randomly generating the digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
7, 8, and 9. Individual digits, as well as groups of digits, are independent of
each other and are equally likely to appear in any given location.
Line
10
y = A sin Bx + C or y = A cos Bx + C
1) Determine the type of function
Cosine if the y-intercept is equal to a min or max
Sine if the y-intercept is equal to the midline
2) Determining A
If minimum and maximum are given follow this
If amplitude is
Ch.8 #3
CHAPTER 8
EXERCISE 1. Columbus & Co. uses the periodic inventory system. Below are reported the inventory
inflows and outflows during the month of January:
Date
Purchase cost
1/1
1/9
1/11
1/13
1/16
1/19
1/27
$
$
QUANTITY
IN
22.30 4,000
23.50 2,500
Ch.8 #3
CHAPTER 8
EXERCISE 1. Columbus & Co. uses the periodic inventory system. Below are reported the inventory
inflows and outflows during the month of January:
Date
Purchase cost
1/1
1/9
1/11
1/13
1/16
1/19
1/27
$
$
QUANTITY
IN
22.30 4,000
23.50 2,500
Ch.8 #2
CHAPTER 8
EXERCISE 1. Madison Inc. uses the periodic inventory system. Below are reported the inventory inflows
for Madison during the year:
January 1: 5,000 units at $3.75
January 25: 5,500 units at $4.00
March 11: 8,700 units at $4.25
October 5:
Ch.8 #1
CHAPTER 8
EXERCISE 1. A company uses the periodic system. Beginning inventory was $6,000. At the end of the
year (12/31), the following information is available:
Total freight-in expenses were $800. Freight-out charges, debited as selling expenses
Ch.8 #2
CHAPTER 8
EXERCISE 1. Madison Inc. uses the periodic inventory system. Below are reported the inventory inflows
for Madison during the year:
January 1: 5,000 units at $3.75
January 25: 5,500 units at $4.00
March 11: 8,700 units at $4.25
October 5:
How The Internet
Changed Banking
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What is Internet Banking?
Other names include: online
banking, web banking, virtual
banking, or e- banking.
Internet banking is the
traditional banking services
delivered through the means
of a computer, laptop, or
table
Ch.8 #1
CHAPTER 8
EXERCISE 1. A company uses the periodic system. Beginning inventory was $6,000. At the end of the
year (12/31), the following information is available:
Total freight-in expenses were $800. Freight-out charges, debited as selling expenses
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12. The diagram shows part of the graph of y: 2“r + 3, and its horizontal asymptote.
The graph passes through the points (0, a) and (b, 3.5).
y
(a) Find the value of
(i) 6;
(ii) 5., ' [4 marks]
(b) Write down the equ
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
FINAL EXAMINATION
SET B
NAME:_
Student No. _
Block Section: _
Instructor: _
Date: _
Permit No. _
General Instructions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Fill up all information required in the questionnaire and answer sheet.
Use the back sheet of the ques
College Algebra Workbook
Table of Contents
Chapter 1:
A. Sets
a. Introduction to Sets
b. Methods of Writing Sets
c. Terminologies on Sets
d. Different Kinds of Sets
e. Sets Operations
f. Counting the number of Elements in a Set
B. Real Numbers
a. Introduc
MATH
Complete the table.
NUMBER
LIST OF FACTORS
PRIME OR
COMPOSITE?
21
49
73
137
15
279
41
33
91
312
Is the Number to the left of each row divisible by the Number
at top of each column? Write YES or NO in each box.
2
106
321
672
101
1364
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
This is the 2nd part of mtap reviewer for grade 4. Check out the previous part
in this page.
1. Maria is two more than twice the age of her brother John. If John is 6 years old,
how old is Maria?
2. Round the sum of 90283 and 948921 to nearest ten thousan
College Algebra
Midterm Examination
August 2013
Part II. Manipulating polynomials and equations
1 Factor completely the following:
[5 pts each]
a.
b.
6m3 4n3 8m 2 n 2 3mn
4a 2 12 ab 7b 2 8bc c 2
2
Write the expression as a fraction in lowest terms with po
Course Name
Course Description
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
Algebraic expressions and equations; solution sets of algebraic equations in
one variable: linear, quadratic, polynomial of degree n, fractional, radical
equations, quadratic in form, exponential and logarith