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PSYCHOLOGY 1300
SPRING 2017
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HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE SOUTHWEST
COURSE OUTLINE FOR CHEM 1411 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
Spring, 2017
Class Number: 15806
Time and location: Stafford Campus
Monday
Wednesday
5:30PM 8:30PM
5:30PM 8:30PM
Room 109 (Lab)
Room 121 (Lecture)
Instructor
Albert D. Kw
POLS 1336: US and Texas Constitution and Politics
Spring 2017
Online Section
Instructor: Dr. Elizabeth Simas
Office: PGH 421
Office Hours: Tuesdays 2-4 and by appointment
Office Phone: (713) 743-9962
Course site: see blackboard
Teaching Assistant: Adam Oz
Psychology 2351
Psychology of Adolescence
Spring 2017
Section 20537: Online Only
Instructor:
Email Address:
Office Hours:
Becca Martin, Ph.D.
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Calculus
Writing Assignment: Asymptotes and End-Behavior
Each problem is worth 5 points.
Total Points: 50
Answer each of the problems. Make sure to show all your work.
1) If lim (fx ) , what asymptotic behavior will be illustrated in the graph of f (x)?
x
Calculus
Writing Assignment: Related Rates
Each problem is worth 5 points.
Total Points: 50
Answer each of the problems. Make sure to show all your work.
1. A spherical balloon is expanding. If the radius is increasing at the rate of 2 inches per minute,
Calculus
Writing Assignment: Mean Value and Rolles Theorems
Each problem is worth 5 points.
Total Points: 50
Answer each of the problems. Make sure to show all your work.
1. A commuter is driving along a highway on which the speed limit is 60
miles per ho
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Summer I 2017
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Assignment: Applications of Sine Transformations
The average monthly temperature (in F) for Charlevoix, Michigan, is shown in this table.
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Use the data in the table to answer the following questions about modeling real-world data
3. The highest average monthly temperature for Charlevoix, Michigan, is 82F in July. The
lowest average temperature is 30F in January. The average of these two temperatures is
56F. Plot the function y = 56 on your graph from problem 1. In terms of a sine
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Calculus
Writing Assignment: Optimization
Each problem is worth 5 points.
Total Points: 50
Answer each of the problems. Make sure to show all your work.
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1. Find the formula that should be used to minimize the distance between y = 5x and the point
(4, 3)
1)s =d/t
d =98 - 92 = 6 miles
t=5 =5/60 = 1/12
s =d / t =6/(1/12)= 72 mph .
Average speed between markers is 72 miles per hour and more than speed limit
60 miles per hour, so the commuter can be charged with a speeding violation.
2)Find average speed of t
Assignment: Unit Circle
Complete parts 1 and 2 below.
Part 1
Paste your screenshot in the space below.
Part 2
Complete the table using exact values.
Angle (degrees)
0
30
45
60
90
120
135
150
180
210
225
240
270
300
315
330
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Assignment: Graphing the Cotangent Function
1. Complete the table for f(x) = cot(x).
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2. Sketch the graph of the function from -2pi to 2pi.
3. Write a description of
Assignment: Graphing the Cosine Function
1. Complete the table for f(x) = cos(x).
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x
cos (x)
1
3
2
0
-1
2
0
0
1
2
0
3
2
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-1
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2. Graph the two periods of the cosine function from the table above.
3. Write a description of the following properties of t
Calculus
Writing Assignment: Basic Computation Rules
Each problem is worth 5
Total Points: 50
Answer each of the following questions. Make sure to show all your work.
1) Find the derivative of y = 6e x cos x.
2) Find
dr
if r (x) = 9x 2 + 5x 3.
dx
3) Evalu
Calculus
Writing Assignment: Motion Along a Line
Each question is worth 5 points.
Total Points: 50
Answer each of the following problems. Make sure to show your work.
1) Suppose an object moves along a horizontal path with the position function x(t) = 4t
Calculus
Writing Assignment: Differentiability
Each question is worth 5 points.
Total: 50 Points
Answer each of the following questions. Make sure to show your work.
1) If possible, give an example of where a function is differentiable at a point but not