Animal
Worship and
Sacrifice
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Animal Worship
aka
Zoolatry
animals are viewed as deities
animals possess characteristics
that humans lack or have in a
lesser extent
a person could be an animal in his
next inca
UNDERSTANDING ANIMAL BEHAVIOR
Behavior
acting or functioning in a specified usual way.
response of an organism to a stimulus.
property of all living things.
Ethology is the zoological study of animal behavior. Ethology differs from the study of Animal
Beh
Animals in the fashion
industry:
Fur, wool, leather, etc.
Aliza Marie A. Jacinto
September 19,2016
Artwork / Presentation
Artwork
This is an artwork Ive made
inspired on how animals are
in the fashion industry. The
concept of this artwork is
that half of
Linear Programming
CHAPTER ONE. INTRODUCTION
JERROLD M. TUBAY
September 16, 2016
IMSP
Table of contents
1. Variants of the linear programming problem
2. Examples of linear programming problems
3. Piecewise linear convex objective functions
4. Graphical re
1.4 Development of Real Numbers
At the end of this section, the student
must be able to
1. discuss the development of the set of real
numbers
2. prove that the set of real numbers is a
field.
1
Lemma 1.4.1 Let p and q be rational
numbers such that
pq
and
1.3 Development of Rational Numbers
At the end of this section, the student
must be able to
1. discuss the development of the set of
integers and the set of rational numbers,
2. prove that the set of rational numbers is
an ordered field.
1
We recall that
CHAPTER 1
Real Numbers
and
Functions
1
Chapter objectives:
At the end of this chapter, the student
should be able to demonstrate understanding of
the following:
1. elementary concepts in Set Theory
2. development of the natural numbers,
rational numbers a
Multiple-use
Management
Area
Marine
Protected
Area in
Asinara, Italy
Definition:
A category of management for areas that
can both provide protection to
natural resource systems and to
certain natural resources and yet
contribute significantly to a nation'
1.2 Development of Natural Numbers
1.
2.
3.
4.
At the end of this section, the student
must be able to
state the five axioms that describe the set
of natural numbers,
state and prove properties of N,
apply the Principle of Mathematical
Induction and
prove
MULTIPLE USE
MANAGEMENT AREA
(MUMA)
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DEFINITION
A management strategy wherein an
area or a land is efficiently used for
multiple purposes in a manner
that it can be for production and
at the same time, it is protected.
WHY MUMA?
Land and
CHAPTER 2
Sequences of
Real Numbers
1
Chapter objectives:
At the end of this chapter, the student
should be able to
1. establish the convergence or divergence of
a given sequence,
2. demonstrate understanding of the
following concepts:
Cauchy sequence, mo
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Semilla, Francheska Marie
Multi
Chapter 11.2
Definition:
Let cfw_ be a sequence of a real numbers and
= 1 + 2 + 3 + +
Then the sequence cfw_ is called an infinite series.
Notation:
cfw_ ,
=1
Definition.
In an infinites series
,
=1
1 , 2 , , , are called the terms of the infinite s
Alternating Series
Recall:
An infinite series of the form
(1) = 1 + 2 3 +
=1
Or
(1)+1 = 1 2 + 3
=1
Where > 0, is called an alternating series.
The following series are examples of alternating series.
1.
(1)+2
=1
7
20
2.
=1
(1)+1
(2 1)(2 + 1)
3.
(1)
2
=
Chapter 8 Applications of Integration
8.1 Arc Length
Consider a curve = () that is continuous differentiable on[, ].
Then, consider a portion of the given line and lets call it . We will formulate a way to solve for its
distance using Pythagorean Theorem.
Chapter 7.8 Improper Integrals
If is continuous over [, ]and () = () + , then () = () ().
When is an integral improper?
() = () ()
Case 1.Unbounded interval of integration
Case 2. has an infinite discontinuity over the interval of integration.
Infinite d
Chapter 7.4 Integration by Partial Fractions
Partial Fractions
Given that
is in its simplest form, then we can say that can be decomposed to a sum of partial
fractions.
1
2
3
=
+
+
+ +
1
2
3
= cfw_1 , 2 , 3,
<
Restrictions:
The are linear or quadratic
Chapter 7.3 Trigonometric Substitution
When to use
For integral containing,
2 2
2 + 2
2 2
In general,
2 2
2 + 2
2 2
where u is a differentiable function of x
Strategy to use it:
For 2 2 ,
Let
= sin
= cos
2 2 = 2 ( sin )2
= 2 ( sin )2
= 2 2 sin2
Chapter 7.2 Trigonometric Integrals
In this section we use trigonometric identities to integrate certain combinations of
trigonometric functions.
Strategy for evaluating integrals with Powers of Sines and Cosines
Form 1:
sin cos sin cos
Case 1. m or n i
Chapter 7 Techniques of Integration
7.1 Integration by Parts
Derivation of the formula for Integration by parts.
The Product Rule states that if and are differentiable functions, then
[()()] = () () + () ()
In the notation for indefinite integrals this eq