Notice: there are four items in the heading; the title
is centered; there is no extra line spacing between
heading and title and the title and introduction or
Social Media is Causing More and Mor
Review for Test 3, Chapter 4
The test has 20 questions varying point values. There is one 5 point bonus problem.
1. f ( x) 7 3x 2
2. f ( x) x2 3x 9x3 4
3. Find the zero(s) and state th
Review for Test 5
Sections 6.3, 8.1 8.3, 8.7
Problems on the test will include:
1. Give the order (dimensions) of a matrix.(p. 423 1 6)
2. Write an augmented matrix for a system of equations. (p. 423 7 10)
3 4. Solve a system of equations by using Gaussia
Assignment Sheet for Exploratory Essay
The flexible due date for this essay is Sunday, March 26, through Thursday, March 30, 11:59
p.m. (midnight). Your essay should be submitted to the Exploratory Essay item in the
Assignments folder in eCam
Review for Test 4, Chapter 5
Remember, the grade for this test cannot be replaced by the Final Exam grade.
There are 22 problems worth 4 points each, unless otherwise noted.
Review Problems: pp. 391 392, 1 30, 32 34
Also, give transformation of f ( x) a x
2017 Assessment Assignment Directions, 1301
Before you begin, review the Helpful Hints found on eCampus under Course Documents.
These hints will remind you of the important information covered in the Assessment
URL for Teams Blog
Facebook is one of the worlds most popular social network and still rising. Whether love it or hate it,
there is absolutely no getting away from it.
History 102 notes
Foreign policy goals
o Peace through disarm
Naval Arms Conference
WWI Reduce naval power by certain size
Open Door Policy
Pacific Island Processions
Proved worthless when WWII breaks out
o Money back
Social Science Division
American History 1301, section 23010
Spring Semester, 2017
3 credit hours
B. Sears Mehling
Classroom K238, 10:30am-11:50am Tuesday/Thursday
Conference times: T/R 12:00pm-1:00pm
or by appointment
Dr. J.L Franklin
Contemporary Social Condition and Issues
A social issue is a problem that influences a number of people living in a society. There
are a lots of social problems like illiteracy, unemployment,
History 1301, Chapters 1-8
Students should print this sample quiz and complete it. Check your answers by using your notes and
book. This will tell you how much you have studied.
In the beginning, what was the primary motivation behind New
Which rhetorical device appears in this passage? I simply won't go into those cowboy bars; they're full of guys who disguise their insecurities with cowboy boots and hats.
d. Rhetorical comparison