The Scientific Revolution
(Late 16th-17th Century)
I.
By the 17th Century, many changes:
A. Scientists all over Europe kept in touch
B. Science became a big business
C. Newtons theory of the Universe
Moving Forward
I was living a life of suffrage and pain
I got molested when I was about 8
I started growing up loosing myself in shame
I didnt know where to turn, I was lost
I wasnt loved by my mother
Why Did Japan Attack Pearl Harbor?
Everyone knows about Pearl Harbor, however, do people know why? Pearl Harbor was attacked
by the Japanese on December 7th, 1941 at approximately 7:55 am. 361 Japanes
Peterson 1
Hailee Peterson
Ms. Sordan
ERWC
Period 3
15 March 2016
The Downfall of Hatred
Hatred is a one of a humans many ways of defense. It is usually used in times of fear and
vulnerability. This c
Sierra Unit Plan
Math 7 Unit 2
End of unit learning targets:
1. Apply and extend understanding of operations with fractions to add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers.
(Target B, Standard
Sierra Unit Plan
Math 7 Unit 2
End of unit learning targets:
1. Apply and extend understanding of operations with fractions to add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers.
(Target B, Standard
Sierra Unit Plan
Math 7 Unit 1
Aug 17-Oct 21=47 days
Benchmark: Oct 24-Nov 4
End of unit learning targets:
1. Analyze proportional relationships and use them to solve real world and mathematical probl
Sierra Unit Plan
Math 7 Unit 3
End of unit learning targets:
1. Use properties of operations to generate equivalent expressions. (Target C, Standards 7.EE.1, 7.EE.2)
2. Solve real-life and mathematica
Pizzeria Profits!
There are two businesses that have opened in Bakersfield. Lets compare them and see
which business makes a greater profit. For the purpose of this project a month always has four
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Names:_
Date:_
Period:_
Review worksheet
1.) You have decided to redecorate your room by hanging posters along one wall. If each
poster is
1
3
1
feet wide and the wall is 16
feet long how many posters
Name: _
Date: _
Word Problem Activity:
Your parents said they would get you a cell phone plan as a gift when you graduate Sierra Middle School.
It is up to you to compare different plans to get the be
Name:_ Period: _
1.) The Grimes family buys their electricity through PG&E. They are charged $0.17 per
kilowatt hour. For June they each used the amount listed in the chart. There are 30 days
in June,
1)
A student earned a grade of 80% on a math test that had 20 problems. How many
problems on this test did the student answer correctly? (round to the nearest whole number)
2)
There are 36 carpenters
Federal Income tax form.
1. Find your income in the first column.
2. Calculate the amount of taxes you owe based on your Tax Rate.
Your Yearly Income
$0 to $9,225
Tax Rate
10%
$9,226 to $37,450
$922.5
Check Book Register
Date
Check
Number
Description of Check
Payment
Amount
Deposit
Amount
Balance
_
_
_
0101
Date _
PAY TO THE
$
ORDER OF
_
_
Memo: _
DOLLARS
_
12234 1498465135445 0101
_
_
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0102
Date
Name: _
Date: _
Period: _
Budget Project
Housing-copy this link to find your apartment; www.forrent.com
Housing costs for those who rent consist of: rent, utilities, renters insurance.
_ x _30%_ = _
M
Budget Calculator
Name _
Period_
Before Life Events
Gas
_
Water
_
Electricity
_
Phone
_
Cable
_
Internet
_
Groceries
_
Taxes
_
House
_
Car
_
Health
_
Insurance
_
After Life Events
Gas
_
Water
_
Electr
Math 33
Quiz
March 18, 2016
Show the bloody obvious wherever appropriate. Be both clear and organized with your
presentation.
1.
Consider a vector space V and a fixed vector u V . Consider T :V V
defi
Math 33
1.
2.
Quiz X
March 1, 2016
Determine if Axioms 3, 5, and 6 (for Vector Spaces) are satisfied if
V M 2 R and F R . Assume the following operations:
b2
a1 b1
, then A B
b4
a3 b3
a1
If A
a3
Math 32
Final Exam
December 16, 2005
There are ten questions that follow. Clearly cross out any two of the questions that you
wish for me not to grade. I will grade the remaining eight questions, attr
Math 32
Final Exam, Part II
December 6, 2012
Show absolutely all of your work and completely simplify all answers. Give exact values
only. Each question is worth 10 points, unless otherwise specified.
Math 32
Exam II
October 7, 2005
Show all of your work and completely simplify all answers. There is to be no calculator
usage on this exam.
1.
(12 pts) Convert 2 6,2 6,4 to both spherical and cylindri
Math 32
Exam I, Part I
September 16, 2005
Show absolutely all of your work and completely simplify all answers.
1.
(8 pts) Determine the equation of the plane passing through the points P 1
, 2,3 ,
Q3
Math 32
Final Exam, Part I
December 6, 2012
Show all of your work and completely simplify all answers. Give exact values only. Each
question is worth 10 points, unless otherwise specified.
1.
(20 pts)
Final Exam Chapter 17 Portion
Math 32
1.
December 14, 2005
(20 pts) Consider the following line integral:
6x
C
2
ydx xydy where C C1 C2 as depicted in the following graph:
y
1,2
C2
0,1
C1
x
Here, C1
Math 32
Exam III
October 28, 2005
Show all of your work, simplify all answers, and give exact values only. There is to be
no calculator usage on this exam. Each question is worth 14 points. But there
Math 32
Exam IV
November 23, 2005
Show all of your work, completely simplify all answers, and give exact values only.
1.
(15 pts) Determine the surface area of the surface described by z
over the reg
Estrada 1
Angelique Estrada
ADJM 58
June 23, 2016
Guest Speaker Presentation Summary
During the last class we had a guest speaker Lt. Brian Ellis from Sacramento
Police Department. During his presenta
Problem 1
TInterval Data
(1182.1, 1214.2)
= 1198.14
Sx =36.24
n=22
1182.1 < < 1214.2
The mean brain mass of adult females is estimated to be between 1182.1 grams and 1214.2 grams with
95% confidence.