Chapter 12
Foreign Affairs
in the
Young Nation
C12.2 President Washington Creates a
Foreign Policy
Problems/Threats
British controlled
Canada
British had forts on
U.S. land (Ohio Valley)
Spain had Florida &
Louisiana
France & Britain at
war
Should U.S ge
Foreign Affairs in the Young
Nation
To what extent should the United States have become involved in
world affairs in the early 1800s?
Introduction
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Chapter 12: Foreign Affairs in the Young
Nation
Essential Question: To what extent should the United States have become involved in world
affairs in the early 1800s?
Overview and Objectives
Overview
In a Response Group activity, students assume the roles
1. What are the three factors that define a realigning election?
2. What was the evidence that initially made many political scientists believe that the
election of 1968 was a dealigning election?
3. What are four key factors discussed in class that have
Semester 1 Exam Review
Alg II/Trig Honors
This is designed to be a study GUIDE. Not a comprehensive review. Be sure to study and
review your notes and homework as your prepare for the final!
Section 3.1-3.3 Functions & Transformations
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Series and Sequences Study Guide
Alg 2 Trig H
a1 + d (n 1)
a1r n 1
a1 (1 r n )
1 r
n
(a1 + an )
2
1. Write a general term (an) for the sequence:
a. 4 , 5 , 6 .
5 6 7
b. 4, 20,100, 500,.
2. Write each series using summation notation with the summing index
Algebra 2 Trig H
Review - Trig
Name:
1. Write a trig. equation and then solve for x to the nearest hundredth.
24
32
45
x
x
11
equation:
equation:
x=
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2. An observer on a cliff 200 m above sea level sights two ships due east. The angles of depression of
Trig H
Statistics Finals Review
1. Find the standard deviation for the following data.
15, 18, 17, 14, 12, 14
2. Calculate the following based on the 68-95-99.7 rule in the normal distribution.
a. P(x < )
b. P( x < - 2)
c. P( - 2 < x < + )
d. P( x > - )
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Algebra 2 Trig H
Review probability + the problems on the book review page
One card is chosen from a standard deck of cards. Find the probability of each situation occurring.
1. P(black or Jack)
2. P(the 4 of hearts)
3. P(spade or Queen)
4. P(at most a 9