Heidi Dunkle
7/29/15
Chapter 3
1. The purpose of ethics is fundamental truths society develops to guide decisions about what is
right and wrong. The purpose of this it helps people deal with difficult and complex problems
that lack easy answers.
2. The pu
Heidi Dunkle
08/02/15
Chapter 10
1. Failure to prevent the spread of an infectious disease can cause unnecessary pain,
suffering, and even death. Regulatory standards have been developed to prevent
pathogens from being passed from patient to patient, staf
Heidi Dunkle
07/27/15
Chapter 1
Page 33 #5
Visual Learning
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Read chapter in the book.
Watch a video.
Study drawings
Copy down text or write notes.
Use flash cards.
Review Questions
1. Care about others: Applying your knowledge and skills to
Heidi Dunkle
08/2/15
Chapter 11
1. The workplace safety guidelines to prevent injuries and accidents in the health care
workplace.
a. Never run, even in emergencies.
b. Stay to the right in halls, and be cautious when approaching intersections to
prevent
Heidi Dunkle
08/01/15
Chapter 9
1. .
a. Body mechanics- The correct positions of the body for a given task, such as lifting a
heavy object or typing.
b. Ergonomics-The science of designing and arranging things in the working and living
environments to ens
Heidi Dunkle
08/3/15
Chapter 12
1. Health care workers need to practice good health habits.
a. need adequate physical energy
b. mental alertness
c. ability to handle stress
d. important responsibility of being a healthy role model for patients
2. Be willi
Heidi Dunkle
8/3/15
Chapter 17
1. Three reasons for good writing skills
a. Improves patient care
b. Demonstrates professionalism
c. Represents the organization well
2. Four steps to plan a written document
a. Determine the purpose of the piece of writing
Heidi Dunkle
8/3/15
Chapter 20
1. The components of history and physical
a. Date its done
b. Demographic data like age, sex, race, place of birth
c. Source of referral
d. Chief complaints and why seeking care now
e. History of present illness
f. Past hist
Heidi Dunkle
07/28/15
Chapter 2
Page 59 #3
Manatee Memorial Hospital has information about hospital services, patient and visitor information that
tells you about the hospital and patient information. Community information gives you info on lectures
or cl
David Dietrich
MAD2104
Assignment 4
07/02/2016
Chapter 5.1
6
16.
3k
k=1
k
40.
3
k=1
62.
k+1
i +(k +1) = i3
3
k=1
4321
=4
321
All denominator factors end up as one so the answer is 4/1 or 4.
Chapter 5.2
4. a)
P (2 ) =
2( 21)( 2+ 1) 2(1)(3) 6
=
= =2
3
3
3
David Dietrich
MAD 2104
Assignment 6
07/17/2016
Chapter 9.2
7. a)
b) 24
c) 5/24=20.8%
10. a) 3*2*2 = 12
b) 3*4 = 12
34. 4! = 4*3*2*1 = 24
Chapter 10.1
3.
16. 8 edges
25.
Chapter 10.2
6. b) (v3, v4)
c) (v2, v3), (v6, v7)
20. This graph does not have an Eul
David Dietrich
MAD 2104
Assignment 5
07/15/2016
Chapter 8.1
4. c) No
d) Yes 2
9. c) No
d) Yes 5=5
14.
Chapter 8.2
2. a)
b) No, (3, 3) is not an element of the relation thus it is not reflexive.
c) No, (1, 0) is not an element of the relation thus it is no
David Dietrich
MAD 2104
06/05/2016
Exam 1
1) D
2) B
3) C
4) cfw_(3, 15), (3, 16), (3, 17), (3, 18), (5, 15), (5, 16), (5, 17), (5, 18), (7, 15), (7, 16), (7, 17), (7,
18)
(x, y) is an element of R y/x is an integer
Answer: A
16/3 an integer
5) A
6) q v ~p
Preliminary Exam #1 - Discrete Mathematics
Name_
* Show work to support your answers.
Choose a phrase to use in the blank that makes the statement equivalent to the given statement.
1) For all objects T, if T is a triangle then T has three sides.
All tria
David Dietrich
MAD2104
Assignment 2
06/02/16
Chapter 2.3
9.
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q
~q
r
~r
p^q
p^q~r
p~q
~qp
~r
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David Dietrich
MAD 2104
Assignment 3
06/19/16
Chapter 4.1
10. True. For example let n=3.
2
2 (3 ) 5 ( 3 ) +2
1815+ 2=5
5 is a prime number because there are no other integers that would divide 5 except for 1 and 5.
Q.E.D.
27. The sum of any two integers i
Unit 1 Checklist
Week 1
Complete the First Day Attendance Survey in Canvas
Read sections 1.1, 1.2, and 1.3 in the textbook.
Read the Chapter 1 Supplements page in Canvas and watch the videos.
Complete the homework assignments for sections 1.1, 1.2, and 1.
David Dietrich
MAD 2104
Assignment 1
05/28/2016
Chapter 1.1
2. a) a remainder of 2 when divided by 5 and a remainder of 3 when divided by 6
b) an integer n, n is divided by 6 its remainder is 3
6) a) the cube root of s is negative
b) is negative, s will h
David Dietrich
MAD2104
Exam 2
07/03/2016
1) D
2) Let k=1.
5*1=5
5 is prime but it is not composite.
3) 120/6=20
120/8=15
120/48=2.5
4) Let x=0.35353535
100x=35.353535
100x-x=99x
99x=35
x=35/99
5)
Rational numbers r, r+r^2 is rational
b) +(1/2)^2=1/2+1/4=2