FLORESCA, Francis Jann P.
HUM22/A70
EE - 2
1/16/2017
1. What is ethics? What are the different key divisions within the study of ethics? Provide a
description of each.
Ethics is concerned with questions of how we people ought to act, and the search for
a
Floresca, Francis Jann P.
COE130 A1
2015107067
10/18/2016
Software Development Life Cycle
SDLC is a process followed for a software project, within a software organization. It
consists of a detailed plan describing how to develop, maintain, replace and al
Francis Jann P. Floresca
DNA, RNA AND PROTEIN SYNTHESIS
ThegeneticmaterialisstoredintheformofDNAinmostorganisms.Inhumans,thenucleusofeach
cellcontains3109basepairsofDNAdistributedover23pairsofchromosomes,andeachcellhas
twocopiesofthegeneticmaterial.Thisis
Gole, Jules Patrick
5/11/16
Eng-11/A36
Score:
Working Thesis: Importation of Agricultural Products
I.
Introduction
a. Importation of Products have been popular since then. Not only will benefit a country
from importing but also it introduce them a new pro
FUNCTIONS
OBJECTIVES:
define functions;
distinguish between dependent and
independent variables;
represent functions in different ways;
and
evaluate functions
define domain and range of a function;
and
determine the domain and range of a
function
DEFINIT
DIFFERENTIATION OF
LOGARITHMIC
FUNCTIONS
OBJECTIVE
S:
differentiate and simplify logarithmic
functions using the properties of logarithm,
and
apply logarithmic differentiation for
complicated functions and functions with
variable base and exponent.
TRANS
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 different rules of differentiation
and distinguish one from
DIFFERENTIATION OF
HYPERBOLIC
FUNCTIONS
OBJECTIV
ES: and graph hyperbolic functions;
define
prove some exercises on identities and
differentiation formulas;
explain hyperbolic functions and their
derivatives; and
evaluate problems on derivatives of
hyper
SLOPE OF A CURVE,
TANGENT, and NORMAL
LINE
OBJECTIV
ES:
determine the slope of a curve and the
derivative of a function at a specified point;
solve problems involving slope of a curve;
determine the equations of tangent and
normal lines using different
CALCULUS I( with Analytic Geometry)
MATH 21-1
Course Outcomes
1.
2.
3.
Discuss comprehensively the fundamental concepts in Analytic
Geometry and use them to solve application problems and problems
involving lines.
Distinguish equations representing the ci
Interviewee: for other commodities like corn which is used to feed, as food, can also be used to make
fuel, sadly we cant sufficiently produce it here so we need to import but Im not saying that to totally
prioritize in importing. Its just that were just
Floresca, Francis Jann
06/06/2016
MATH13-1 A8
Exercise 2 in Solid Geometry.
Solve the following completely.
1. The area of a face of a regular dodecahedron is
3m
2
, find the total surface area and the volume of the
polyhedron.
2. Three edges which meet a
Name: Floresca, Francis Jann P.
Course & Section: ENG11/A36
Date: 05/12/2016
Score:
Impact of Importation of
Agricultural Products in the Philippines
Importation of agricultural products in the Philippines is a great help to our country.
I.
II.
Introducti
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
(Lesson 2)
Math 14
Plane and Analytic Geometry
OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the lesson, the student is expected to be
able to:
Define and determine the angle of inclinations and
slopes of a single line, parallel lines, perpendicular
lines
DIFFERENTIATION OF
EXPONENTIAL FUNCTIONS
OBJECTIVES:
apply the properties of exponential functions
to simplify differentiation;
differentiate functions involving exponential
functions; and
solve problems involving differentiation of
exponential functio
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
(Lesson 3)
Math 14
Plane and Analytic Geometry
OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the lesson, the student is expected to be
able to:
Determine the coordinates of a point of division of a
line segment.
Define the median of the triangle.
DIVISION
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
(Lesson 9)
Math 14
Plane and Analytic Geometry
CONIC SECTIONS
(HYPERBOLA)
OBJECTIVES:
to:
At the end of the lesson, the student is expected to be able
give the properties of hyperbola.
write the standard and general equation of a hyper
DIFFERENTIATION OF
LOGARITHMIC
FUNCTIONS
OBJECTIVES:
differentiate and simplify logarithmic
functions using the properties of logarithm,
and
apply logarithmic differentiation for
complicated functions and functions with
variable base and exponent.
TRANS
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
(Lesson 1)
Math 14
Plane and Analytic Geometry
OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the lesson, the student is expected to be
able to:
Familiarize with the use of Cartesian Coordinate
System.
Determine the distance between two points.
Determine
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
(Lesson 11)
Math 14
Plane and Analytic Geometry
Rotation of Axes
Identification of a Conic
OBJECTIVES:
to:
At the end of the lesson, the student is expected to be able
transform an equation by rotation of axes.
simplify the equations by
Mahahambing ko ang tinatawag nating Relasyon sa pagtahak ng agham. Una sa relasyon
kelangan may komunikasyon dahil doon tayo nakadepende para ito ay maypagunlad ganun na rin sa
agham kailangan natin ng kumunikasyon para tayoy magkaintindihan at maypagkilo
Floresca, Francis Jann
ENG11 A36
06/01/2016
Regardless of how rich a nation is, the manner by which little or huge it
is, no country is independent. It will never be absolutely autonomous from
the rest and have all that it needs. Each nation, regardless o
Basketball
History: Origin of the Sport
In contrast to other sports, basketball has a clear origin. It is not the evolution from an ancient
game or another sport and the inventor is well known: Dr. James Naismith.
Naismith was born in 1861 in Ramsay towns