BIO 5 Contemporary Health Issues
Instructor: Naluce Manuela, MPH, CHES
Study Guide
IMPORTANT QUESTIONS Chapter #4 Intimate Relationships & Communication
1. Why human beings need social relationships? Why people need people?
2. Self-Identification Activity
Polynomial Functions Review
Identify
What is the degree of x7 + 4x5 3x3 +x +13
Is 5x2 + 22x -7 +
a polynomial?
Operations (add, subtract, multiply, laws of exponents)
Simplify the following expressions as much as possible:
(3 + x)(x2 + 2x + 2)
4 3
(A b c)
MULTIPLYING RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
To Multiply Two Fractions
,
0
and
0
Example 1 Multiply:
Solution: First divide out any common factors to both a numerator and a
denominator; then multiply.
1
3 2 1 2
2
5 9
53
15
3
The same principles apply when mult
ID: 1
Algebra 2
Name_
Polynomials - End Behavior
Date_ Period_
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Describe the end behavior of each function.
1) f ( x) = x 3 + 10 x 2 + 32 x + 34
2) f ( x) = x 2 8
Name_
Block_
Hypothesis Testing Worksheet
1) Each of the following situations requires a significance test about a population mean.
State the appropriate null hypothesis H0 and alternative hypothesis Ha in each case:
a. Census Bureau data shows that the m
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Data Analysis Worksheet
Today you will be drawing cards out of a deck. There are 52 cards in a deck; 13 of them are hearts, 13 of
them are spades, 13 of them are diamonds and 13 of them are clubs. Draw one card at a time, then
replace
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Data Analysis Worksheet
Today you will be drawing cards out of a deck. There are 52 cards in a deck; 13 of them are hearts, 13 of
them are spades, 13 of them are diamonds and 13 of them are clubs. Draw one card at a time, then
replace
Name _ period _
Evaluating, Rewriting and Solving logarithms
Evaluate the following:
log 2 4
log 2 8
log 2 16
log 2 32
log 2 64
log 2 128
log 2 512
Solve for x:
log 3 x 1
log 3 x 2
log 3 x 3
log 3 x 4
log 3 x 5
log 3 x 2
Solve the following logarithmic eq
Finding Z-Scores
For a data set with a given standard deviation, the z-score can be identified by finding the distance from
a data point to the mean and then dividing by the standard deviation. In other words, we are counting
how many standard deviations