FILM REVIEW OUTLINE GUIDE
BIRTH OF A NATION (1915)
I. Cover Page (your name, course name, assignment title, date, instructors name)
II. Introduction (1 page)
A. Discuss the background of the film (1/2 page, footnote)
(Include the year th
The Upper and Lower Bound Theorem
If you divide a polynomial function f(x) by (x - c), where c > 0, using synthetic division and this yields all positive numbers, then c is an upper bound to the real roots of the equation f(x) = 0. Note that t
Rational Zero (or Root) Theorem If , where is a rational zero,
are integer coefficients and the reduced fraction
then p is a factor of the constant term coefficient
and q is a factor of the leading .
We can use this theorem to help us find all of the POSS
Translating an English Phrase Into an Algebraic Expression
Sometimes, you find yourself having to write out your own algebraic expression based on the wording of a problem. In that situation, you want to
1. read the problem carefully, 2. pick out key word
The Standard Form of the Equation of a Circle
(h, k) is the center r is the radius (x, y) is any point on the circle
All points (x, y) on the circle are a fixed distance (radius) away from the center (h, k). The h value of your center is the first value o
Synthetic division is another way to divide a polynomial by the binomial x - c , where c is a constant.
Step 1: Set up the synthetic division.
An easy way to do this is to first set it up as if you are doing long division and then set u
Solving Rational Equations
Step 1: Simplify by removing the fractions.
ultiplying both sides by the LCD. If you need a review on finding the LCD of a rational expression, go to Tutorial 10: Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions. Note that even thoug
Solving Radical Equations
Step 1: Isolate one of the radicals.
get one radical on one side and everything else on the other using inverse operations. In some problems there is only one radical. However, there are some problems that have more than one radi
The slope of a line measures the steepness of the line. Most of you are probably familiar with associating slope with "rise over run". ny units you move up or down from point to point. On the graph that would be a change in the y values. Run means h
Rational Expression A rational expression is one that can be written in the form
where P and Q are polynomials and Q does not equal 0.
An example of a rational expression is:
Domain of a Rational Expression
With rational functions, we need to watch out fo
Rational Inequalities A rational inequality is one that can be written in one of the following standard forms:
Q does not equal 0.
In other words, a rational inequality is in standard form when the inequality is set to 0.
Solving Rational Inequal
Quadratic Inequalities A quadratic inequality is one that can be written in one of the following standard forms:
or or or
In other words, a quadratic inequality is in standard form when the inequality is set to 0. Just like in a quadratic equation, the de
Quadratic in Form An equation is quadratic in form when it can be written in this standard form
where the same expression is inside both ( )'s.
In other words, if you have a times the square of the expression following b plus b times that same expression
, (k > 0)
A represents the amount at a given time t. Ao represents the initial amount of the growing entity. Note that this is the amount when t = 0. k is a constant that represents the growth rate. It is POSITIVE when talking in terms
Definition of Exponential Function
The function f defined by
where b > 0, b 1, and the exponent x is any real number, is called an exponential function.
Again, note that the variable x is in the exponent as opposed to the base when we are dealing with an
Solving a Logarithmic Equation of the Form
Step 1: Write as one log isolated on one side.
Get your log on one side everything outside of the log on the other side of your equation using inverse operations. Also use properties of logs to write it so that t
Being a parent is not easy. Sometimes we screw it, however letting you children on the car in a hot
say is unforgettable.
Many people do not realize it, but letting you kids on the car can be regrettable. Every day the high
temperatures of th
JUL 18, 2016
What Do Good Readers Do As They Read?
In the article What Do Good Readers Do As They Read? Show he whole process
what people do before they read, during reading, and after reading. For example, b
Her work is really on point. It shows the colors that represent our topic and also she
chooses a really personal picture which makes her art work more professional. She made this art
work hers. I saw some art work on her drawings. She uses the
July 19, 2016
Chapter Summaries for The Tequila Worm
In the chapter number six from The Tequila Worm, by the author Viola Canales, is
entitled Taco Head In this chapter, the main character, Sofia, describes
July 27, 2016
Summaries of Breaking Through
Chapter two from Breaking Through by the author Francisco Jimenez, is entitled
Home Alone In this chapter, the main character, Francisco, is describing everything
TED: Why Good Leaders Make You Feel Safe by Simon Sinek
Simon tell a story of a general in the year September 8 2009. One of the peoples he
safe was a soldier and he was wearing a camera in her cap and recorded everything. In the
video they can appreciate
TED: How to Live Before You Die by Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs is a person who didnt graduate from college and gave three stories of his life.
The first story is connecting the dots. The story tells he was putted in adoption and his biological
mother never grad
TED: Living Beyond Limits by Amy Purdy
Amy Purdy was burn in Las Vegas and her dreams was to travel the world and be
free. He describes her life like she is the author of the book and she can make After she
graduate from high school she moved to a place w
I put so much effort in this logo, because this logo it was going to be what we are trying to express.
In other words, this is being going to show all of our project. I can say I have archive my personal
goal doing it. I ask for opinions; I ask for ideas.
Solving Exponential Equations, where x is in the exponent, BUT the bases DO NOT MATCH.
Step 1: Isolate the exponential expression.
Get your exponential expression on one side everything outside of the exponential expression on the other side of your equat
Properties of Logarithms
As mentioned above - and I cant emphasize this enough - logs are another way to write exponents. If you understand that concept it really does make things more pleasant when you are working with logs.
Property 1 Product Rule
m > 0
Definition of Log Function
The logarithmic function with base b, where b > 0 and b 1, is denoted by and is defined by
if and only if
IN OTHER WORDS - AND I CAN NOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH- A LOG IS ANOTHER WAY TO WRITE AN EXPONENT. This definition can work in
A quadratic function is a function that can be written in the form
where a, b, and c are constants and
Note that in a quadratic function there is a power of two on your independent variable and that is the highest power.
Standard Form o
, Where a does not equal 0. Note that in Tutorial 14: Linear Equations in One Variable, we learned that a linear equation can be written in the form ax + b = 0 and that the exponent on the variable was 1. Note that the di