MAC 1105 TEST 4 REVIEW 20156-1
1. Solve a division problem by either long division or synthetic division. Pg 373: 5,11,23,27,31
2. Use synthetic division and the Remainder Theorem to find f(c) for a polynomial function
Pg 374: 33-37 odd
3. Find the soluti
UNIT ONE: Biology/Chemistry
Scientific Laws, Hypotheses, and Theories:
The goal of science is to deal only with the natural world, to collect and organize information and to propose explanations that can be
tested. Science uses evidence to learn about the
1- In the New Jersey vs. T.L.O case a ninth grade New Jersey student was caught smoking in a
school bathroom. The school principal with permission searched the bag to find cigarettes, rolling
paper, and marijuana. She was arrested and put on probation. Sh
1- I agree with this statement because the founding fathers believed that the constitution does not
give you rights but instead that you are born with natural rights. And that the purpose was to
establish a Federal Government. that could be ef
When a child is accused of a serious crime most americans believe that they should be held
accountable. If the prosecuting attorney thinks it best to try the young adult as an adult then they
should be allowed to. I being a child myself think that a convi
1. Law and the legal system are based on ideas from centuries past, but both are still
constantly evolving to meet the needs of todays world. What do you think will be the next
amendment added to the US Constitution? Why?
I believe that the next amendment
1. Given these very limited facts of the case, write a one-paragraph opening statement for
the plaintiff (Matt) explaining how you plan to argue your case.
I Believe that all the suffering that I have gone through that Ashley should pay for all of the
The quote above shows how the Bill of Rights prevents someone from being tried twice in a
criminal court for the same exact crime, also known as double jeopardy. However, someone can
be tried in both civil and criminal court for the same alleged actions.
1. Why did political parties and special interest groups form? What roles do they play in
shaping public policy?
Political parties and special interest groups form to win elections, hold public offices, operate the
government, determine public policy or a