English 2 Reading and Composition
Entering Wild(er)ness: Diverse Identities and
Wild Spaces
Fall 2017 Classes Meet Monday and Wednesdays at Chico Center
Antongiovanni, Instructor
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Past:
As you can see this is my personal baggage that consists of my past,
presence, and future. This baggage is my gym bag and dont you worry its
clean. I would like to first show you my PAST. This h
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience my personal baggage of my past, future, and presence.
Introduction
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Open With Impact: Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to
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CMST 14
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October 24, 2015
Lincoln Douglas Debate Format
Statement of proposition
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The United States Federal Government should mandate all eligible persons to
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Openers #10 Name:
Roch day when you come into class, there wiii be a probiem projected for you to compiete. Find the appropriate box to
complete the problem in and work on it when you arr
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Chapter 10: 10-8 Probability
7(3)= is
r A single card is drawn from a deck. Find the 7- abability and the odds that the card is as specified.
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1. (a) a king .5?
(c) a king,
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Chapter 10: 10-3 Geometric Sequences Date:
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Show that the given sequence is geometric, and find the common ratio.
1. 5 5(-)"1.4v=a7y
4H16
5. 4 -.6,9,-13.5, 6. 1,-x2,x4,-x5,
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Chapter 10: 10 2 Arithmetic Sequences Date:
K IZShow that the given sequence is arithmeti .-u -_find the common difference.
1. -6, -2, 2, 4n-10,. 4: a; I" (7 ")4/
= aw [n
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Chapter 10: Review for Quiz 10.110.5, omit 10.4 (lC/HW) Date: riod:
(a 1. Find the seventh term of the sequence.
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2. Find the fourth term of the recur ' defined infinite
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Chapter 10: Review for Test, omit 10.4 (lc/HW) Date: Period:
1. Find the 8th term of the sequence.
3. Find the third term of the recursively dened infinite sequence.
31 = 3; ak+1= (aid
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Chapter 10: 10-7 Distinguishable Permutations & Combinations Date:
( :3'Find the number.
1. C(7, 3) 2. C(9, 8) 3. cm, n - 1) 4. C(7, 0)
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Chapter 10: 10-1 Infinite Sequences and Summation Notation Date: Period:
( Find the first four terms and the eighth term of the sequence.
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2- cfw_:23 a
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Chapter 10: Arithmetic 8: Geometric Sequences and Series (IC) Date: Period :
f 1. For each sequence, identify the next two terms. Write an explicit and recursive rule to generate th
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Chapter 10: Permutations 8: Combinations ("2) Date:
' 1. If the NCAA has applications from 6 universities for hosting its intercollegiate tennis championships in 2014
and 2015 how many wa
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Chapter 10: Geometric Sequences and Series - Application (IC) Date:
cfw_r You propose to your parents that they begin your weekly allowance at 1 penny for the first week of the year.
They
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Chapter 10: Arithmetic Sequences and Series - Application (EC) Date:
cfw_F Your parents begin your weekly allowance at $3.00 the first week of the year. They agree to increase your
allowanc
Openers #5 Name:
fth day when you come into class, there will be a problem projected for you to co lete. Find the appropriate box to
complete the problem in and work on it when you arrive.
Date: 51
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Chapter 5: 5-5 Exponential and Logarithmic Equations Date: Period:
F'lFind the exact solution and a two-decimalplace approximation for it by using (a) logarithms 8: (b) the
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Chapter 5: 5-4 Properties of Logarithms Date: Period:
(Express in terms of logarithms of x, y, z, or w.
1- W (b) Iog4iv/x_ (c) log:
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2. meal/323, slgeXWa/ydy 24 x4%;]yyl-/9x,
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Chapter 11: Tasks #17 (IC) Date:
[r .Task #1:
Charles purchased a new at-screen television for $2,000 with his credit carrier: July 1. His credit-card
co char es 1.5? interest on the un a
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Chapter 5: Test Review Date: Period:
(a?
. Let y = (1.091). Use a graph to estimate x if y = 2.
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4. Simplify the expression.
(eW +e W)(eW +e W) (eW -e "WMeWe W)
(e+ 6)2
Fund) (5
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Chapter 5: 5-2 Natural Exponential Functions Date:
Use the graph of y = e" to help sketch the graph of f.
1. (a) flx)=e" (b) f(x)=-e" 2. (a) l"(x)=e"+4 (b) f(x)=e"+4
re"
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Chapter 5: Quiz Review 5.1-5.3 (lC/HW) Date: Period:
01' Solve the equation.
logx2 =log( 3x 2)
()0; (b+)-
4%
3. In 1974, Johnny Miller won 8 tournaments on the PGA tour and accumulated
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Chapter 5: Exponent & Logarithm Applications (IC) Date:
. Anthony bought a government savings bond for $1,600. He was told that when the bond can be cashed in
8 years that he would get $2
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Chapter 4: 45 Rational Functions Date: Period:
Sketch the graph of f. Label the vertical and horizontal asymptotes.
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