Unit 1; Percents
Percent means per 100. When we translate the word per to math, we replace per with
divided by. For example, 40 percent (in symbols 40%) is equal to 40 divided by 100 which equals
40
100 . 40% can also be interpreted as 40 out of 100.
Exam
DECIMALS
Numbers are made up by digits. The value of a digit is determined by its place value position. In a
decimal number, the digits to the left of the decimal point are the whole-number place values, and the
digits to the right of the decimal point ar
Exponential Expressions
3
5
3
5
is the same as
3 3 3 3 3
is an example of an exponential expression. Exponential expressions represent
repeated multiplication.
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The base tells us what number we multiply by itself.
The exponent (or power) tells us how ma
Unit 1; Operations with Integers
The whole numbers 0,1,2,3,4,5, and the whole numbers in the negative sense,
such as -3,-2,-1 are called integers. Integers can be plotted on a number line as
follows:
-7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4
5 6 7
8
There are number
Unit 1; Order of Operations
Order of Operations:
Step 1:
P
Perform the operations inside the parentheses and other grouping
symbols
Step 2:
E
Evaluate any exponents and square roots
Step 3: MD
Perform multiplication and division in the order they appear i
Essay Outline
By: Angel Merrill
Ethics and Reality TV shows: Should We Really Watch?
Title of
Essay:
I.
Introduction (Introduction should be 5-7 sentences.)
A.
Opening statement / Hook
In the article Ethics and Reality TV shows: Should We Really Watch?
Au
Outline for Summary Paragraph
Title: Ethics and Reality TV: Should We Really Watch?
I.
Topic Sentence: This should be the first sentence of your paragraph. It must state the main idea
of your entire article, the Title of the article, the authors name (fir
Name: _Angel Merrill_
Date: 8/29/16_
Instructor: Ms. Ferrari_
ENG 091- _
Planning your Response Essay
ParagraphsBody
Intro Paragraph
Identify text: (Author, title, year, source, main idea, and brief summary)
Bridge to connect text with your thesis:
Your T
Comma Rules
1
Rule 1: SERIES
Example: The lab technician prepared the
slide, the test tube, and the Bunsen burner.
Words, phrases, or clauses in a
series are separated by commas.
The comma should precede the
conjunction in a series.
Rule 2: DATES
Example:
Week2HomeworkExercises
1. Read Chapter 2 on the International Monetary System. Chapter 3 in the 12th or 13th
edition
2. Watch and study the lecture on the international monetary system part I. This video
runs about 17 minutes.
3. When you are done watchin
Ashish Kohli
Discussion Board: 2/9/16
This article from the Washington Post by Sandhya Somashekhar (July 15 th, 2014) discusses people that
have identified themselves and gay, lesbian, or bisexuals. It goes into detail about their health status and
behavi
Problem Statements
Takata Corporation
Will Takata Corporation be able to survive?
Takata Corporation is a Japanese automotive parts manufacturer and has recently found an
issue in their airbags. The defecte inflator and propellent devices deploy improperl
Finance 415
Exam I
Review Questions
Suggestions
1) Read chapters 1 4 and review the PPTs we covered in class
2) Expect 5 to 7 short-answer questions
3) Homework problems are fair game as well.
General Questions
1. In class we reviewed two firms in two di