LabQuest
Static and Kinetic Friction
12
If you try to slide a heavy box resting on the floor, you may find it difficult to get the box
moving. Static friction is the force that is acting against the box. If you apply a light horizontal
push that does not
The Nernst
Equation
The Nernst
Equation
As the concentration
of zinc decreases, so
does the potential of
the cell.
The potential of the
cell is proportional to
the ratio of reactants
and products left in
the RedOx reaction.
The Nernst
Equation
As the
Nuclear Reactions.
Nuclear Binding Energy
The mass of a helium nucleus is less than
the mass of its protons and neutrons
1.0073 amu
1.0073 amu
0.0305 amu
1.0087 amu
1.0087 amu
4.0320 amu
4.0015 amu
Protons and neutrons in the
nucleus are held together
by
Why do we
have models?
Lewis Dot Structures!
Help us represent the interactions between atoms
and electrons.
H N
H
H
Lewis Dot Structures!
Steps to making a Lewis Dot for a molecule:
1) Add the number of valence electrons present.
N
H
H
H
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Lewis Dot
Note
Bring 3 rubber red noses. Starting in the AC leave your
position and give one each to the judge and your
opponent. If they ask then just say please keep it, itll
make sense later. If they dont put it on after Routledge
look at them expectantly until
Emotivism Skep
The affirmative burden is proving the truth of the resolution that
private ownership of handguns ought to be banned in the United
States. That means the negative burden is to deny the truth of
the resolution.
1. To negate1 means to deny the
I affirm.
Resolved: Just governments ought to require that employers pay a living wage.
Definitions [Business Dictionary]:
Employer: An individual or corporation that pays wages to a worker in exchange for labor.
Living wage: Defined by Greater London Aut
I affirm.
Resolved: Just governments ought to require that employers pay a living wage.
Definitions:
Just government: A government that acts fairly and morally.
Employer: An individual or corporation that pays wages to a worker in exchange for labor.
Livi
I negate.
Resolved: Just governments ought to require that employers pay a living wage.
Value: Morality
Criterion: Minimizing racism, which must be evaluated before any other moral standard.
Anything founded on the idea of racism cannot be considered mora
ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT DA
Uniqueness
Currently, illegal immigration has been going down.
Chang, 14 says:
In fact, according to researchers at Rice Universitys Baker Institute for Public Policy, the overall rate of illegal
immigration is incredibly lowin 2013,
I negate.
Resolved: Just governments ought to require that employers pay a living wage.
Definitions:
Value: Morality
Standard: Maximizing net benefits, also known as utilitarianism.
This standard is the only one policymakers can use. The impossibility to
Shree Patel
12/10/14
Dr.Rifkind
Essay Outlines
Task: How was Christianity, a small fringe religious sect of 1st century Judea,
transformed over time into the major religion it had become by the end of the 4 th
century?
1. How the religion grew and spread
Divya Lall
Dr. Nardi
December 9, 2012
AP Euro Period 2
Assignment 2: England in the Seventeenth Century and the Civil War
1. What comparisons may be made between events in England in the seventeenth
century and developments on the Continent?
After defeat
Shree Patel
1/14/15
Dr. Rifkind
Global 9H
Questions: What were the most important Islamic achievements? Why were the
Muslims able to make such great contributions and how did these contributions impact
the world?
Blue Highlighted textbook information
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VSEPR
VSEPR
Hybrid Orbital
Orbital
Hybrid
Theory
Theory
Molecular
Molecular
Orbital Theory
Theory
Orbital
EPG and Molecular
Shape
Hybridization of
atomic orbitals
Sigma and Pi/bonding
and antibonding
Terminology
Atomic orbitals: The natural electron orbi
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Only if a force on a particle is conservative:
A. is particle is conservative when the particle moves exactly once around any closed
path
B. is it work equals the change in the kinetic energy of the
particle
1.
C.
it obeys Newton's second law
D.
Math 4A
Blasberg
Quiz #6
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1. For the function f(x,y) = x + 2y 3 , (a) find the directional derivative of f at the point (9, 2) in the direction
of 12,5 ; (b) find the direction of maximum change and the value of the maximum rate of change at (9, 2).
Study Guide
The Inferno
The test will consist of approximately 50 questions based on information and ideas contained in
the following places:
The background research you did at the beginning of the unit.
Cantos IVIII, XII, XVIII, XX, XV, XVI, XXXIXXXIV
m
Find the maximum and minimum values of the function x, y) = xy subject to the
constraint x2 + y2 = 8.
Salinion
Let 90:, y) = x2 + y2 and use the partial derivatives
f;=y f3,=x gx=2x and gy=2y
to get the three Lagrange equations
y=2kx x=2lty and x2+y2=8
Pratik Gongloor
Mr. Bale
AP GoPo Period 4
25 October 2016
Citizen Attention
This clip from season 2 of The Simpsons has been described as a cynical, but accurate,
example of how many elections function in the United States.
Bart Runs for Class President
R
Math 4A
Blasberg
Quiz #4
1. Find the curvature and radius of curvature for f(x) =
Name _
3 2
x at x = 1.
8
(1.5 pts)
3. The Human Cannonball is launched from the point 0, 40 with initial velocity 32, 24 and acceleration
0, 32 . Find r(t) for his path and
Math 4A
Blasberg
Name _
1. For the lines with parametric equations given below, first determine if they are parallel, skew or
intersecting. If parallel or skew, explain why; if intersecting, find their point of intersection.
(1.5 pts)
x = 2 + 3t
x = 3s
Math 4A
Blasberg
1. Find
Test #4
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2xy ds , where C is the quarter circle from (3, 0) to (0, 3) (Hint: circles can be parametrized using
2
C
sines and cosines).
(5 pts)
2x
2y
+ 2y, 2
+ 2x + 3 y . (b) Use your
2
x +y
x + y2
2x
2y
answer to (a) to f
Math 4A
Blasberg
Quiz #7
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2 4
1. Use Riemann sums to approximate
(4x
0
y + 4y 2 )dy dx by dividing the region into 4 equal rectangles
2
0
and letting (x i , y i ) be (a) the midpoint of each rectangle, and (b) the lower right corner of each rectang
Math 4A
Blasberg
Quiz #8
Name _
1. Find the surface area of the surface f(x, y) = 5 + 8y + 2x2 lying above the region bounded by x = 1, x = 8, y
= x/3, and y = x. Let dA = dy dx.
(2 pts)
2
2. For the iterated triple integral
42x
0
0
42x y
4y dz dy dx ,
Math 4A
Blasberg
Quiz #5
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1. Draw the level curves for the function f(x,y) = 2x + y2 for constants c = 0, 2, and 4.
(2 pts)
4xy 4
is continuous for x y2. (b) Show that g(x,y) has no limit at (0, 0) by
3
6
x +y
showing that it has one limit along ev
Math 4A
Blasberg
Quiz #1
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1. Let a = 6,3,4 and b = 2,1,2 . Find 3a  2b, a , the angle between a and b, and the scalar projection
of b onto a (that is, compab).
(2.5 pts)
2. For the points P(2, 3, 4), Q(4, 5, 6), and R(6, 2, 2), find the vector PQ
Math 4A
Blasberg
1. For r(t) =
(a)
Quiz #3
t + 3, lnt 2 ,
lim r(t)
t 1
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t 2 4t + 3
, find the following (1.5 pts each):
t 1
(b)
all values of t for which r is continuous
2. Sketch the graph of the function r(t) = cos 2 t, sint . (1.5 pts)
3. For r(t