Exam
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MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Find the limit, if it exists.
x2 + 3x + 19
1) lim
x x3 + 2x2 + 10
A) 0
2)
B)
7
19
lim
x
C) 1
D)
19
9
3)
C)
4
13
D) -
1
7
6x3 - 5x2 + 3x
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UNIT 1
Activity 1, pages 58
Preview
Answers will vary.
Post-Reading
1. The story of Cinderella, her cleaning tasks, and
how she felt about them
2. Answers will vary.
3. Ironing clothes, washing dishes, and cle
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ELI MTH 174 Quiz 2 (handwritten)
7.7 Hyperbolic functions
5.5 Substitution rule
8.1 Basic approaches
8.2 Integration by parts
8.3 Trigonometric integrals
Directions: Read each question carefully. Show ALL of your work to earn full credit. All steps
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ELI MTH 174 Quiz 3 (handwritten)
10.1 An overview
10.2 Sequences
10.3 Infinite series
10.4 The Divergence and Integral Tests
10.5 The Ratio, Root, and Comparison Tests
Directions: Read each question carefully. Show ALL of your work to earn full cred
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MTH173 Quiz #1
Directions: Read each question carefully. Show ALL of your work to earn full credit. All steps must be
shown! Please make sure your work is neatly written and organized.
1. [12 pts] Find the limit using algebraic methods discussed i
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ELI MTH 174 Quiz 4 (handwritten)
11.4 Working with Taylor Series
12.1 Parametric equations
12.2 Polar coordinates
12.3 Calculus in polar coordinates
12.4 Conic sections
Directions: Read each question carefully. Show ALL of your work to earn full cre
2015-2016 Old Dominion University Catalog
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health
Sample four year curriculum with a suggested ordering of courses. Students may re-order as needed.
* indicates not automatically waived with transferrable associates deg
Tesla Weaknesses
1. Price & Models
- Model X $75,200- $136,700 (90 MPG city and hwy)
- Model S $67,200-$135,700 (90 city/98 hwy)
- Model 3 $35,000 (TBD)
- +Both very fast and very fuel efficient
2. Small portfolio
- Discontinued Roadster
- Limited supply
CARDIO VIA SWIMMING
(*May repeat workouts in groups of 4 if necessary)
Warm Up/ Cool Down:
2 x 50 slow and stretch exaggeration
50 slow backstroke
Workout 1: 10 x 50 yards, resting about 20 seconds between each 50. (Feb. 14)
Workout 2: 12 x 50 yards; take
*10 minute warm up: Light cardio (treadmill, bike, elliptical, stairmaster, etc.) *
Sunday: REST/Hike
Monday: Leg Day
2 times around block
Widow makers from 100
Wall sit
Hop Lunges (hop off front leg, bend with back knee)
Toes only calf jumps
Sumo squat j
MAT 246
Differential Equations
Chapter 3
Modeling with
First-Order
Differential
Equations
3.1 Linear Models
2
Erickson/Biddy
Review Material
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as a mathematical model in Section 1.3
Reread Solving a Linear First-Order Equation in
Section 2.3
3.1 Line
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SUBJECT - MATHS
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A gardener wishes to plant not more than 23m2 of ground with Rose and Alovera. He
allows 1m2 of ground for Roses and 2m2 for Alovera. A rose plant cost 1205hs and Alovera
plant costs 40shs. He does not wish to Spen
Section 1.6
Applications of Linear
Systems
Network Flows
Arise when studying the flow of a material through
a network.
Has applications to:
Fluid flows
Traffic flows
Electrical currents
Distribution of products from wholesalers to
retailers
Network Fl
Section 1.10
Linear Models in Business,
Science, and Engineering
Example
Example (cont.)
Let x1 , x2 , x3 equal the number of units of foods 1, 2, and
3, respectively.
We need to pick an appropriate number of units so that
we end up with 100 mg of vitamin
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Worksheet #15 HLTH 350
Read Chapter #15 of your textbook and answer the following questions as a way of taking notes
1. Define the following words as you read through the chapter:
Injury Physical damage to the body resulting from mechanical, chemica
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Worksheet #Emergency Preparedness Kit
Go to Blackboard and read the PDF of the CDCs Preparedness 101: Zombie Pandemic.
Then, answer the following questions as a way of taking notes
Then, complete the Emergency Preparedness Kit Quiz
1. Who are the ma
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CHEM301 002
January 22, 2015
Pre - Lab 2: Miscibility, Polarity, Solvents, Solubility, and pH of Organic Compounds, 13CNMR
Department of Biology and Chemistry, Liberty University
Solvents
HOH
Water, b.p. = 100C
d.c. = 78; =1.85D
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1) Why is it important to conduct a needs assessment on counties regarding adult smoking?
o (1) major negative health effects caused by smoking
Smoking causes more deaths each year than the following causes
combined:4
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
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Worksheet #11 HLTH 350
Read Chapter #11 of your textbook and answer the following questions as a way of taking notes
1. Define the following words as you read through the chapter:
Mental health emotional and social well-being, including ones psychol
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Worksheet #16 HLTH 350
Read Chapter #16 of your textbook and answer the following questions as a way of taking notes
1. Define the following words as you read through the chapter:
Occupational disease an abnormal condition, other than an occupationa
Poetry Analysis Essay Outline
The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost
I.
Introduction
a. Decisions made can be seen in several different ways, such as choices, new doors
for new opportunities, or roads not taken.
b. The roads taken or not taken
c. Thesis: In T
1. How does the C variable change the graph
of the parabola?
The C value on a shown graph, changes the
high or the localization of the maximum
point, or in other cases, minimum point of the
parabola, also known as a vertex. Vertex is the
crossing the line
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MTH 173 Spring 2016 Exam 1
No Calculator will be needed or allowed.
You must show work to receive credit.
1) [10 Points] You may wish to use the diagram to evaluate the expressions below.
( 2 )
arcsin
cos
( 3 )
arccos
sec
( 6 )
arcsec ( 2 )
tan
3
4
MTH 173 Final Take home part
Must show all work. Write clearly to receive full credits. NVCC Academic Dishonesty APPLIED. LABEL all the problems in order separate it by a line. Please box all your answers. All
work must be original and done without help f
MATH 457: Introduction to Mathematical Logic
Homework #2
January 27, 2012
We refer to Chapter 2 of the Mathematical Logic lecture notes.
1. Redo Homework #1.
2. Let C be the sentence in item 3(c) on page 30. I.e., C is the solution of
part 3(c) of Exercis
Math 457: Introduction to Mathematical Logic
Homework #1
January 13, 2012
We refer to Chapter 2 of the Mathematical Logic lecture notes.
1. Carefully study Exercise 2.2.14 and verify its solution to your own satisfaction. Then, continue by writing sentenc