CALCULUS BC
WORKSHEET 1 ON POLAR
Work the following on notebook paper.
Convert the following equations to polar form.
1. y = 4
2. 3 x 5 y 2 0
3. x 2 y 2 25
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Convert the following equations to rectangular form.
5
4. r 3sec
5. r 2sin
6.
6
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dy
For the f
The oceans wind was very strong at the little house on the shore. In that little house, a boy
named Peter lived with his parents and wished he could pet a shark. The little boy would spend every
morning by the ocean shore to see a shark. Years past and he
1) 3y= -2x +1200
y= -2x/3 + 400
The slope is -2/3 and the y intercept is 400
2) To graph this I would place a y at 400 and go down 2
and over three.
3) F(x) = -2x/3 + 400
5)They are different, because the profit is higher which
means more was sold.
6) Y=-
1) .50 flower + 40%
sale price is .70
profit is .20 pe flower
500 = .20x
x = 2500
2) Max can plug in x which is 1. On line 2, he didn't distribute
correctly -1 should be -4.
3) There were 5 adults, because 6 times 5 equals 30 and 80
minus 30 equals 50, so
06.01 Assignment
Question 1
The following table represents the types of animals and number of visits at the Laurel Animal Hospital
last week.
Use the data to create a dot plot.
Question 2
The following table shows a survey of students favorite things to d
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Sutaria Geom Alg2 S1
WeBWorK assignment number Alg. Rev. Wk 1 is due : 10/27/2014 at 07:00am MST.
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Part 1: Scenario
Client: Izzy Corrieri (sister)
Scenario: Your client came to you because she would like to purchase her own home. She has
$5,000 saved for a down payment, but needs to save $10,000 more.
Here is her current situation:
Annual income after
Part I: Research
Number of bedrooms 2
Number of bathrooms 3
Square footage 1797
Lot size 0.03 acres
Year built
Condition (Examples: mint condition or fixer-upper) mint condition
Asking price
Method of Research (on foot, real estate office, online, etc.) o
Part I: Research and Determine Mortgage Amount
1. 2264 E Desert Broom Pl,
Chandler, AZ 85286
3 beds - 2 baths - 2,155 sqft - selling for $328,900
2. $328,900
3. 10%, $32,890
4. $296,010
Part II: Calculate Total Costs
A bank offers the fixed rate loan show
Item: 04.01 Mortgage Fixed Rate
Score:
100%
(Calculated)
Class Statistics Submission History
Submitted: Wednesday, April 13, 2016 5:41 AM
Answers:
1. Wayne is buying a house for $205,000. He is financing $175,000 and obtained a 30-year,
fixed-rate mortgag
This form and these instructions apply to all three bags:
Watch videos included in this bag. For each video write a journal entry describing when (date and time) you
watched the video and what the content of the video was: list the specific vocabulary or
Two local contests at our school are approaching, so today I am asking each of you to respond
to at least one (either Veterans Day or HOBY). I would like you to select one of the topics below
to write about (you may do both for a little extra credit.) Ple
04.03 Mortgage Balloon
Score:
100%
(Calculated)
Class Statistics Submission History
Submitted: Wednesday, April 13, 2016 8:00 AM
Answers:
1. Answer the question below using the following
amortization table.
Month Principal
Interest
Balance
Paid
Paid
21
$6
Item: 04.01 Mortgage Fixed Rate
Score:
100%
(Calculated)
Class Statistics Submission History
Submitted: Wednesday, April 13, 2016 5:41 AM
Answers:
1. Wayne is buying a house for $205,000. He is financing $175,000 and obtained a 30-year,
fixed-rate mortgag
Item: 04.02 Mortgage Adjustable Rate
Score:
100%
(Calculated)
Class Statistics Submission History
Submitted: Wednesday, April 13, 2016 7:01 AM
Answers:
1. A bank advertises a 2/1 ARM at 3.25% with a 2/10 cap.
What is the maximum interest rate that can be