Zoe Hilt
Assignment: Open Response 10 (50 points)
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Furnishing and Decorating a Room
In this open response, draw a scale model and figure decorating and furnish
Zoe Hilt
Assignment: Open Response 9 (50 points)
Answer each of the following. If you are typing, be sure to save this in Rich Text
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Choosing a New Car
In this open response, you are being asked to choose a car based on various factors.
Car C
Car Wheel Project Unit 5 Portfolio
Answer the following Questions:
1.
How do you find the area of a circle? pi*r^2
2.
How do you find the circumference of a circle? pi*d
3.
What information do you need in order to find the area or circumference of a circl
UNIT 5
Name:
Requirements for Unit 5:
10 hours of a physical activity or sport. (20 points)
1 sport article with summary and opinion. (5 points)
1 diet or fitness article with summary and opinion.(5 points)
Course Paper completed. (50 points) Please remem
UNIT 3
Name:
Requirements for Unit 3:
10 hours of a physical activity or sport. (20 points)
1 sport article with summary and opinion. (5 points)
1 diet or fitness article with summary and opinion. (5 points)
Outline of Course Paper. (CR/NC)
OUTLINING
Outl
Physical Education
(HS-50-14)
Name:
Welcome to Physical Education IV. You have already read about what is to be expected of
you, so in the next few pages the requirements for this particular class will be outlined in detail
unit by unit. If any of the dir
UNIT 4
Name:
Requirements for Unit 4:
10 hours of a physical activity or sport. (20 points)
1 sport article with summary and opinion. (5 points)
1 diet or fitness article with summary and opinion. (5 points)
Rough draft of Course Paper. (CR/NC) Remember t
UNIT 2
Name:
Requirements for Unit 2:
10 hours of a physical activity or sport. (20 points)
1 sport article with summary and opinion. (5 points)
1 diet or fitness article with summary and opinion. (5 points)
Identify three sources and provide hard copies
Unit Activity
Unit: Diversity of Life 2
Introduction
During this unit you studied the diversity, classification, and evolution of the plant and
animal kingdoms. Evidence of evolutionary relationships is an important piece in any
study of classification. O
Unit Activity
Unit: Diversity of Life 1
Introduction
Living things are classified using a variety of characteristics including morphology,
behavior, and molecular similarities. The classification system is based on evolutionary
relationships so with each
Unit Activity
Unit: Animal Structure and Function 2
Introduction
The development of body systems in an embryo occurs in a predictable sequence of
steps, although the timing and intermediate forms vary from one organism to another.
The varying levels of ho
Unit Activity
Unit: Plant Structure and Function
Introduction
An experiment involves a procedure, gathering of data, analysis of the data and drawing
up conclusions. This activity will take you through the analysis of the data and ask you
to draw conclusi
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Name: Abby Harding
Date: 11/28/16
School: TCVA
Facilitator: Debra Lynn-
10.05 Limits at Infinity
Evaluate the following limits.
3
1. lim 4
x
x
-4
8x
x 4 x 3
2. lim
undefined
3. lim
x
2x
x 3
2
0
x3
4. lim
x 2 x 4
Does not exist
x2
5x
5. lim 2
x 4 x
Name: Abby Harding
Date: 11/28/16
School: TCVA
Facilitator: Debra Lynn
10.03 Explore
Continuity at a Point
Go to Continuity at a Point.
There are 10 example functions in this applet all of which have
something interesting happening at x = 2.
Go through th
Name: Abby Harding
Date: 11/28/16
School: TCVA
Facilitator: Debra Lynn
10.01 Explore
Intuitive Notion of the Limit
Use Intuitive Notion of the Limit to answer the following questions.
1. Start by dragging the blue point c on the x-axis. What is the
relati
Name: Abby Harding
Date: 12/5/16
School: TCVA
Facilitator: Debra Lynn
11.01 Explore: Measures of Central Tendency
Function Basics Using the Whole Number Cruncher
Mean
1. Set the number of plants to be 2, check the box in front of mean then
proceed. Set th
Name: Abby Harding
Date: 12/12/16
School: TCVA
Facilitator: Debra Lynn
12.04 Explore
Lottery Simulator
Lets look at choosing numbers for a lottery ticket.
Explore and then answer the questions
1. There are six numbers given and a place to choose three.
C
Name: Abby Harding
Date: 12/5/16
School: TCVA
Facilitator: Debra Lynn
11.02 Measures of Dispersion
1. Below are the results of 49 throws at the dartboard at the right. The
colored areas are numbered from 9 points in the center to 1 in the outside
ring.
Hi
Name: Abby Harding
Date: 11/30/16
School: TCVA
Facilitator: Debra Lynn
10.08 Explore: Tortoise and Hare
Consider the following story: A tortoise and a hare agree to a 100 mile race. The hare gives the
tortoise a head start of half the distance to the fini
Name: Abby Harding
Date: 11/28/16
School: TCVA
Facilitator: Debra Lynn
10.02 Explore
The Limit Laws
Go to The Limit Laws.
Do the Explore on the applet then answer the questions.
1. What is the maximum value of f(x) + g(x)? 5
2. What is the maximum value o
Name: Abby Harding
Date: 12/5/16
School: TCVA
Facilitator: Debra Lynn
11.01 Measures of Central Tendency
The following box plot summarizes the amount of time spent in minutes by a group of people in a park.
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Find the following:
1. Minim
Name: Abby Harding
Date: 11/28/16
School: TCVA
Facilitator: Debra Lynn
10.01 Limits
1. Complete the table and use the result to estimate the limit (if possible).
lim
x 1
x
.9
.99
.999
1
1.001
1.01
1.1
x 1
x 2x 3
2
undefined
f(x)
-1.1
-1.01
-1.001
?
-0.999
Name: Abby Harding
Date: 11/30/16
School: TCVA
Facilitator: Debra Lynn
10.06 Explore
Average and Instantaneous Rate of Change
Go to Average and Instantaneous Rate of Change. There are two main
questions in the highlighted box. These are the questions the
Name: Abby Harding
Date: 12/5/16
School: TCVA
Facilitator: Debra Lynn
11.03 Area Under a Curve
1. Suppose you have two friends who made 25 and 30 on the ACT. What
are their z-scores? .
Z
ACT score in question - mean
standard deviation
z
xi
Remember for t
Name: Abby Harding
Date: 12/12/16
School: TCVA
Facilitator: Debra Lynn
12.04 Evaluate Decisions Using
Probability
1. The annual premium for a $5000 insurance policy against the theft of a painting is $150. If the
probability that the painting will be stol
Name: Abby Harding
Date: 11/30/16
School: TCVA
Facilitator: Debra Lynn
10.08 Geometric Sequences and Series
1. Determine if the sequence is geometric. If it is find the common ratio.
a) -3, -15, -75, -375, Yes, the common ratio is 5
b) -1, 1, 4, 8, No
c)
Name: Abby Harding
Date: 11/28/16
School: TCVA
Facilitator: Debra Lynn
10.02 Limit Properties and Operations
Find the limit of the following functions using the properties of limits.
1. lim 4 x
x 16
2. lim x
7
3. lim 5
5
x7
x 2
2
4. lim x 2 64
x 8
sin
Name: Abby Harding
Date: 11/28/16
School: TCVA
Facilitator: Debra Lynn
10.04 One-Sided Limits
Evaluate the following limits.
1.
lim f ( x) when
x 1
2x+1= -1
X^2-2= -3
2. lim f ( x) when
x2
2 x 1, x 1
f ( x) 2
x 2, x 1
1 ( x 1) 2 , x 2
f ( x)
x2
x 2 ,
1