Cambridge International Examinations
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SCIENCE
1113/02
For Examination from 2014
Paper 2
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Spies Chapter
Six
LO: To analyse Stephens sense
of identity chapter 6
Exploring Chapter 6.
Look carefully at the descriptions of the moonlight.
significance does moonlight have? pgs 113-115
What
Look at the section from pgs 116118 that describes the mee
Spies
LO: To assess how themes and
symbols operate in Spies.
What are themes?
A theme in a literary work is an underlying idea that runs
through the text
For example Truth and Lies
Awakening
Leadership and Power
Conflict and War
Betrayal
Secrecy
Wh
Cambridge International Examinations
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SCIENCE
1113/01
For Examination from 2014
Paper 1
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Cambridge International Examinations
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1112/01
MATHEMATICS
For Examination from 2014
Paper 1
1 hour
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Writ
Cambridge International Examinations
Cambridge Checkpoint
SCIENCE
1113/01
For Examination from 2014
Paper 1
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IB14 1113_01_SM/2RP
UCLES 2014
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2
Ques
Spies
Chapter 7
LO: To evaluate the validity of
readings of Chapter 7
In CH 7 Stephen says:
All my betrayals and failures (page 147)
On your own, make a list of events in the
novel you have interpreted to be failures
and betrayals on Stephens part.
What a
Limestone
Lesson objective:
1. To learn about the formation of limestone.
2. To give some uses of limestone.
3. Understand and learn the limestone cycle.
Think:
1. What type of rock is limestone?
Igneous rock
Metamorphic rock
Sedimentary rock
2. What is t
PPE (Point, Proof, Explanation) Paragraphs
Topic Sentence
include title of work, author and a three-prong
thesis
Example:
In the Brothers Grimms fairy tale Snow White and the
Seven Dwarfs, Snow White is presented as a
beautiful, kind and nave character.
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Math 120 - Intermediate Algebra - Fall 2015 (MWF)
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For #41-56:
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Set up and solve.
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13. (3, -2, 4)
29. no soln
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Math 120 - Intermediate Algebra - Fall 2015 (MWF)
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CHAPTER 11
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A. Short-Answer, Essays, and Problems
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Change
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Finding Linear Equations
Slope = m = Rise/Run
y-intercept = b = y - mx
Variable
P
Q
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12
6
Rise
Run
1
4
1/slope = 1/m
x-intercept = (-b/m)
1
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that the boys have a 10% chance of getting in and the girls have a 20% chance. (a)
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College Level Practice Test for Accuplacer
A. Algebraic operations 1. Where defined, x 2 - 49 7 - x reduces to x +1 x
(x a)
2
- 49 ) ( 7 - x )
( x + 1) x
b)
- x( x + 7) x +1
c)
- x( x - 7) x +1
d)
7( x 2 - 49) x +1
2. Where defined, 1 16a