From when we were young, we have been taught that we need to share things with other
people. In another word is doing charity. We can give out things that we have like food, clothes,
or old material that we think it could other people. Based on my experie
The effects of bullying on childs future is quite concern.
Kids who either bullies or a victim of bully , despite if there are injure or not, they still feel unsecured and
think of the society they are living is not for them.
Kids mind and soul are fragil
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Based on the fact that internet is becoming more popular in these days, it has made a
tremendous contribution in providing education to everybody. With this benefit, a lot of teachers
provide courses online and it has attracte
American Democracy Brochure Project
You are to create a trifold brochure to explain American Democracy.
You may not use notebook paper! Instead use white computer
paper, colored paper or construction/poster paper.
Each of the six sections:
1. Cover: inclu
Memory Quiz
Name _
1. Of the different types of memory, _ memory has the shortest duration.
Memory Quiz
Name _
a. working
b. sensory
c. short-term
d. long-term
Memory Quiz
Name _
2. In preparation for the psychology exam, Fred repeats the list of terms an
Types of film music
Roles or functions of music in films
1. Titles music
Plays at the beginning of the film, underscoring the titles. Used to establish:
mood, including sense of expectation in audience
place/location
period/time
style
character (character
Outline for a speech
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Title: Key to my success as a learner.
Purpose: To share my study experience in studying.
Thesis: Since I was in elementary school, I have been developed my creativity and used it as a
skill in life. But not just to use it in l
At the beginning when United States just gained its independence, the majority of white
landowner need slave to work for them, one landowner could have more than fifty black slave.
The fact that black people are so many because of the slavery issue. Very
CONTRACT FOR SELLING A CAR
BUYER:
Name:_
Address: _
Phone Number: _
SELLER:
Name: _
Address: _
VEHICLE DETAILS:
Upon the receipt of payment in full, the Seller agrees to transfer to the Buyer ownership (registration
and/or title) of the following motor ve
AP PRACTICE
I.TANGENT LINE PROBLEMS
3
1) Findanequationofthelinetangenttothegraphofy=x+2andisparalleltotheliney=x+2.
+3x2
2) Atwhatpointdoestheslopeofthetangentlinetothecurvey=sinxon[0,]equal0?
3) Thepositionfunctionofanobjectisgiven:f(t)=2(tisinsecondsan
Assignment _
Use page 63 in the text book, redo problem 1 and 2.
Show 5 connected steps as shown in the book.
1) Find: Find limx0 by analytical method.
3) Use the model above to do:
Find limx0 by analytical method.
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2) Find limx by analytical
Calculating Limits Using Limit Laws
Basic Limits
Limit Laws. Suppose and exist. Then:
Scalar multiple
Sum or Difference
Product
Quotient
If we use the Product law repeatedly we obtain:
Power
Examples:
1)
2)
If f is a polynomial function or a rational fu
QUIZ 4.1-4.2
Name_ _ _
_Per:_
1) Find the area of the region bounded by the graph of
2) The rate of growth dP/dt of a population of bacteria is
f(x) = 10 - x2, the x-axis between x = -1 to x = 1. Partition
the interval [-1, 1] into n subintervals. Use the
Distance IA - AP Practice
Direction:Alwaysshowyourworkinstepbystepfashion.Organizeyourworkneatly.Otherwiseyourassignmentwillnotbe
accepted.PracticewritingforyourAPexam.
1987 AB 1
Aparticlemovesalongthexaxissothatitsaccelerationatanytimetisgivenbya(t)=6t1
Review for Test, Ch. 5: The Definite Integral
On the test, you will be required to show all of your work. Completion of this worksheet is optional, and it
will not be graded. However, the problems are excellent practice for the test, and you are encourage
4.3 RIEMANN SUM AND DEFINITE INTEGRALS
A Partition with subintervals of n equal lengths
Example1: Find the area bounded by the graph of f(x) = x1/2 and the x-axis for x on [0, 1].
Sketch the graph:
A) List right end-points in form of i.
B) List the height
Finding Upper and Lower Sum for a Region and then use Limit to find actual Area
Example: Find the upper and lower sum of the region bounded by the graph of f(x) = x2, the x-axis, between x =0 to x = 2. Partition
the interval [0, 2] into n subintervals, us
4.2 The Area of a Plane Region
Example 1: Approximate the area of the region lying between the graph of f(x) = -x2 +5, the x-axis, and
between x=0 and x=2. Use 5 rectangles and right end points.
Sketch the graph of f(x) on the interval [0, 2]. Divide the
Particle Motion
Position: x(t ), s(t ), v(t )dt
similar to: f ( x)
Velocity: v (t ), x '(t ), a (t )dt
similar to: f '( x )
Acceleration: a (t ), v '(t ), x '(t )
similar to: f "( x)
When you hear this:
You think of this:
1. Left/Down/Backwards
velocity i
Chapter 5.1-5.4 Practice
Name_Per_
Before taking derivative, use the properties of log and exponents to simplify the given problems
first. Use your text book to review the properties and the formulas. Show your work. Simply
your answers and box them
1. Fi
CHAPTER 4 REVIEW
Name_Per_
Direction: Show all work. Box your answers
1) If is approximated by 3 inscribed rectangles of equal width on x-axis, then what is the approximation?
2) A) 4
B)
C)
D)
3) Find where f(x)=
4) Find the average value of sinon [-4, 0]
Chapter 5.1- 5.2 Review
1.
Name_Per_Date_
Sketch the graph of f(x) = ex
A) Find the domain and range of f(x).
B) Is f(x) a one to one function? On what interval f(x) is f (x) increasing or decreasing?
C) On what interval is the graph of f (x) concave up o
TEST 4 Correction
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Show your work in step by step fashion clearly. Box each final answer.
1)=
2)=
F(x)=.FindF(x)
3)If,thenk=
4)=
5)Givenf(x)=
=
7)
x
5
6
9
11
12
f(x)
10
7
11
12
8
The function f is continuous on [5.12] and differentiable in (
DERIVATIVE OF INVERSE FUNCTION
PrincetonPracticeproblemset15
Name:_Per:_
Recall:
If g is the inverse of f(x) and the point (a,b) is on the graph of f, then (b,a) is on the graph of g.
g (b) = 1/ f (a) or g(x) = 1/ f (g(x)
Findaderivativeoftheinverseofeach
Free Response:
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t (minutes)
0
4
9
15
20
W(t) (degree
55.0 57.1 61.8 67.9 71.0
Fahrenheit)
The temperature of water in a tub at time t is modeled by a strictly increasing, twice-differentiable function W
where W(t) is measure in degree Fahrenheit and