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Chapter 8
Prism & Cylinder
I.
Prism
A. Definition
B. Parts
a.
Base
b. Lateral Base
c.
Lateral Edge
d. Height/Latitude
C. Example
a.
Special Type (Square & Rectangular)
b. Right Prism
c.
Reg
OXIDES
RUTILE GROUP
Mineral
Chemical
Compositi
on
Crystal
System
Hard
ness
Color
Streak
Cleavage
Fracture
Rutile
TiO2
Tetragonal
6 to
6.5
pale
brown
Distinct
conchoidal to
uneven
Pyrolusite
MnO2
Tetra
Definition of a Mineral:
A mineral is a naturally occurring, inorganic, homogeneous solid with a definite chemical
composition and an ordered atomic arrangement
naturally occurring - similar crystals
Minerals
The Earth is composed of rocks. Rocks are aggregates of minerals. So minerals are the basic
building blocks of the Earth. Currently there are over 4,000 different minerals known and
dozens of
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Seconds to Disaster: Skywalk Collapse
On the year 1980, a 45 story hotel was built in the city of Kansas, Missouri and it hotel
was called Hy
EXIT EXAMINATION
(Second Quarter, AY 2011-12)
ALGEBRA ITEMS
Course Outcome: Solve linear equations and its applications.
Question: On a trip Harry drove a steady speed for 3 hours. An accident slowed
MATH23X
EXIT EXAMINATION
4th Quarter SY 20122013
DIRECTIONS: Solve each problem and choose the best answer from the choices given.
Detailed solution should be shown and all final answers should be enc
MATH 23X
EXIT EXAMINATION
3'd Quarter SY 2010 - 11
DIRECTION: Choose the best answer from among the given choices and show complete
solution. Each correct answer with complete solution is worth four (
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CLEAVAGE
CLEAVAGE FORMS PARALLEL TO CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC PLANES
Basal or pinacoidal cleavage occurs when there is only one cleavage
plane. Graphite has basal cleavage. Mica (like muscovite or biotite) als
MATH23X EXIT EXAM REVIEW ALGEBRA
1. Find the value of
a) -2
x in the equation
3x 2( x 2) 6
b) -1
c)
.
2
d) 4
2. A student in an algebra course has test scores of 75, 82, 71, and 84. What score on the
10/10/2010
A Reminder about parts of the Circle
Circle Theorems
Circumference
Major Arc
radius
Major Segment
diameter
Minor Segment
Euclid of Alexandria
Circa 325 - 265 BC
Major Sector
The library of
MULTIPLE INTEGRATION
MATH23
MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS
GENERAL
OBJECTIVE
At the end of the lesson the students are
expected to:
Determine the geometric interpretation of partial
derivatives and its deriva
THE DERIVATIVE AND
DIFFERENTIATION OF ALGEBRAIC
FUNCTIONS
OBJECTIVES:
to define the derivative of a function
to find the derivative of a function by
increment method (4-step rule)
to identify the diff
DIFFERENTIATION OF
LOGARITHMIC
FUNCTIONS
OBJECTIVE
S:
differentiate and simplify logarithmic
functions using the properties of logarithm,
and
apply logarithmic differentiation for
complicated functio
MATH23X EXIT EXAM REVIEW - TRIGONOMETRY
1. What is the solution set of the equation
a) cfw_-1, 3
b) cfw_1, 4
2. Solve the exponential equation
a) 5
log 4 ( x 3) log 4 ( x) log 4 ( x 1)
c) cfw_-1
4 7 x
MATH23X EXIT EXAM REVIEW ALGEBRA
1. Find the value of
a) -2
x in the equation
3 x 2( x 2) 6
b) -1
c)
.
2
d) 4
2. A student in an algebra course has test scores of 75, 82, 71, and 84. What score on the
MATH23X EXIT EXAM REVIEW MATERIAL
TRIGONOMETRY
1. The angle of elevation of the top of an incomplete vertical pillar at a horizontal distance of
100 meters from its base is 45 degrees. If the angle of
MATH23X EXIT EXAM REVIEW MATERIAL
TRIGONOMETRY
1. The angle of elevation of the top of an incomplete vertical pillar at a horizontal distance of
100 meters from its base is 45 degrees. If the angle of
MATH23X
EXIT EXAMINATION
1st Quarter SY 20112012
DIRECTIONS: Solve each problem and choose the best answer from the choices given. Detailed solution
should be shown and all final answers should be enc
MATH23X EXIT EXAM REVIEW ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
1. Determine the y-intercept of the line which passes through (5, 6) and (3, -4).
a) -25
b) -19
c) -10
2. How far is the point (3, -4) from the line
a) 2 uni
Interpretation of Results
On the first part of this experiment we determine the resistance of the
resistors using two methods computed and the measures. Computed, was using the
color on the resistor t
ME135/Take Home Exam
PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST
INSTRUCTIONS: For your take home quiz, use bond papers. The format depends on you. Box only the required answers in the each
problem. Since, thi
HOMEWORK / ASSIGNMENT # 2
STUDENT NAME
COURSE CODE/SECTION
Third Term
SY 2014- 2015
SEAT NO.
PHY
13 /
NPS
DATE
NPA
REFLECTION AND REFRACTION
1. A man 1.5m tall stands in front of a concave mirror whos
SUMMARY OF EQUATIONS
I.
Work, Energy & Power
Work (Joules):
W = F s = Fs cos
Total work done on a body:
Wtotal = W = Fs
Work Energy Theorem:
Wtotal = K = 1 mv22 1 mv12
2
2
Work done by gravity:
Wgr
HEAT TRANSFER
LECTURE NO.1:
INTRODUCTION TO HEAT TRANSFER
WHAT IS HEAT TRANSFER?
Heat Energy
Temperature Difference
TYPES OF HEAT TRANSFER
Steady State
- Temperature does not vary with time
- Heat
MATH23X EXIT EXAM REVIEW MATERIAL ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
1. The two vertices of a triangle are A(2,4) and B(-2,3). Find the locus of the third vertex of the triangle if
its area is 2 square units.
a.
4x-y
MATH23X
EXIT EXAMINATION
4th Quarter SY 20112012
Course
Outcome
Problem 1
Choices
Course
Outcome
Problem 2
Choices
Course
Outcome
Problem 3
Choices
Course
Outcome
Problem 4
Solve linear equations and
MATH23X
EXIT EXAMINATION
4th Quarter SY 20122013
DIRECTIONS: Solve each problem and choose the best answer from the choices given.
Detailed solution should be shown and all final answers should be enc
Problem: 1
A plano-convex lens of focal length 12 cm in air is made of glass of index of refraction 1.5. What should be the
radius of curvature of the curved surface?
Solution:
Form the Lensmakers Equ
THERMODYNAMICS
_ 1. Branch of physical science that treats various phenomena of energy and
the related properties of matter, especially of the laws of transformation of heat into other forms
of energy
Interpretation of Result:
The wave form that was formed on the first part of this experiments defies
whether it is a positive of negative rectifier. And based on the results that we got on
the first p
Distance between fringes and wavelength of light ( SINGLE SLIT )
To determining the wavelength of light used and the distance of the dark bands and
bright lines from
the central maximum , consider the
Interpretation of Results:
On table 3-1 the peak-peak value was 20 V since that is how it was set up
with 100 Hz frequency and the value of V1 is 0 V. The input wave form has 20 V
while the output had