Answer each question fully. Complete sentences are not necessary, but some questions
may require more than one sentence to answer them fully.
Lesson 1 (5.0 points)
1. What are contour lines? (1.0 poin
Lesson 1 (7.0 points)
1. How is color created? (1.0 points)
Color is an effect created by how the human brain interprets light reflecting off
things. Color makes it possible to tell the difference bet
Lesson 1 (7.0 points)
1. What is a space? (1.0 points)
A space is a three-dimensional area made up of height, width, and depth. The word
space is also used to mean the combination of all three-dimensi
Lesson 2 (5.0 points)
1. Which type of perspective is the most realistic? (1.0 points)
Linear perspective makes objects look similar to how they would look in real life.
2. How are objects drawn in is
Lesson 3 (6.0 points)
1. How many lines do you need in order to draw a one-point perspective? (1.0 points)
In order to draw a one-point perspective, you only need three lines.
2. What does the Box Too
Lesson 4-5 (7.0 points)
1. Why is it helpful to make the front rectangle of the table go outside the Canvas page?
(1.0 points)
The rectangle going outside of the page will make it easier to draw the p
Algebra 2 | Semester 1 Unit 4 Practice Test | Polynomial Functions
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Unit 4 Practice Test Extra Credit
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Portfolio Assignment - Units Three through Eight (16 Points)
Digital Arts 1: TCH028
Resources:
Microsoft Power Point or Open Office Impress
Snipping Tool
Open Office Impress Download: http:/get.open
Algebra 2 | Semester 1 Unit 6 Practice Test | Exponential and Logarithmic Function
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Unit 6 Practice Test Extra Credit
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Algebra 2 | Semester 1 Unit 7 Practice Test | Radians and Trigonometric Functions
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Unit 7 Practice Test Extra Credit
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VICTOR VALLEY COLLEGE SYLLABUS
Spring 2012
Course No.: Comm. Studies 106
Course Title: Interpersonal Communication
Units: 3
Section No.: 38995, 39001, 39023
Class Hours: Online
Days: Online
Instructor
De Vault 1
Jessica De Vault
Prof. Jackie Augustine-Carreira
CMST 109
10 October 2017
Outline Format: Demonstration Speech
GP: To demonstrate
SP: To inform students how to throw a toddlers birthday par
The new federal city
Jefferson in office
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
The "Revolution of 1800"
Jefferson and the judiciary
1. Repeal of the Judiciary Act of 1801
2. Importance of the Marbury v. Madison ruling
The British background to colonization
A.
B.
Unique features of British development
1. Institutions that supported liberty
a. The House of Commons
b. The Magna Carta
c. The Common Law
2. Economic inst
I. People of plenty
A.
B.
C.
The postwar economy
1. Dramatic growth of the economy
2. Reasons for growth
a. Military spending
b. Automation
c. Consumer demand
3. The GI Bill of Rights
a. Servicemen's
Steps for Finding Theme
1. The theme of a fictional text may not always be this easy. Readers must be
detectives and use clues in the story (a characters actions, setting, plot events
and conflict) to
Definition
Exponential decay occurs when a quantity decreases by the same
percent at regular intervals over a given period of time. This situation is
modeled by the equation
y=A(1r)t
where A is the in
TRANSITION WORDS
To improve your writing you need to make sure that your ideas, both in sentences and
paragraphs, stick together or have coherence. Any gap between ideas needs to be
bridged smoothly.
You can use exponential equations to model and solve problems.
EXAMPLE 2
The number of visitors to a state park grows at an annual rate of about 1.69%.
This year, the number of visitors was 44,505.
1.
SOLUTION
Use the properties of exponents to rewrite the equation with only t in the
exponent.
y=1.44t2y=1.4412ty=(1.4412)ty=(1.2)tRewrite the exponent.Power of a Power
RuleSimplify.
Transform the expo
Interpreting Exponential Expressions
You can use the properties of exponents to transform and interpret
exponential expressions.
EXAMPLE 3
A deer population with population P is expected to decline ac
An exponential function has the form y=a(b)x, where a is any nonzero real
number and b is the base of the function such that b>0 and b1. When a>0
and b>1, the function increases or grows exponentially
Speech #3: The Demonstration Speech
(Introduction)
(A.G.)
*(TH)
*(P.P.)
After a gut busting plate of soul food, there is nothing better than a
piece of Grandmas Sock It To Me Cake.
A Sock It To Me Cak
The Native Americans of the southeast live in a variety of environments. The environments range from
the southern Appalachian Mountains, to the Mississippi River valley, to the Louisiana and Alabama
s
Unit6:TheContemporaryWorldPart1
Please complete this study guide and put it in the dropbox before you take the test
Chapter 33: Contemporary Latin America (page 787-803)
1. Did the gap between the ric
Dances With Wolves, directed by Kevin Costner, and The Searchers, directed by John Ford, looks into
the fabric of this country's past. The media has created a false image of the relationship between N
People have been living in America for countless years, even before Europeans had discovered
and populated it. These people, named Native Americans or American Indians, have a unique
and singular cult
Part 4: How to Set Up Your Research Paper
Introduction
Explain the theme (Taking a Stand in History)
Briefly describe your topic
End with your thesis: Your thesis must explain how your topic relate