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PROMPT #2 OF THE KITE RUNNER
An Essay Presented to:
Ms. Katherine Crosby
English IV
Arlington Heights High School
Written by
Jeton Ramadani
April 13th, 2017
Humans know exactly what is right and whats
The bird flu is a real problem and it causes major damage to the poultry industry and which it
kills chickens, turkeys, and other birds. The risk of bird flu is higher in the fall due to the increased
Jeton Ramadani 9/28/16
English 4 p.5th
My Dragon
The mighty dragon I plan to defeat is to pass my math
class, so I can graduate high school. The way I plan on beating it is by doing the
homework, stud
Sports Marketing Defined
Assignment I.2-3: How Companies Use Sports
Select a national company and identify the ways in which they use sports to market themselves.
Below, describe the ways the business
1.A group of organs that carries out a major function is called a?
a)system b)skeletal c)poultry d)cartilage
2.Cartilage is a tough connective tissue that is flexible and elastic?
a)true
b)falae
and a
3rd Six Weeks Take Home Test
PAP Pre-Calculus
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Definitions
Exponential Function: a function with the form of f(x) = ax, where a is a positive real number.
The expo
4th Six Weeks Take Home Test
Notes
Part I. Continuity
A. The following graph is continuous everywhere ( all real numbers). Notice that the graph has
no breaks. We say that the graph is continuous from
Take Home Quiz - 1st Semester Review
PAP Pre-Calculus
The following will count as 2 quiz grades (won't be dropped) for the 3rd Six weeks. This review covers
material from the 1st and 2nd Six Weeks. Sh
2nd Six Weeks Take Home Test
PAP Pre-Calculus
You must show all work on all starred (*) problems.
Multiply. You should be able to do #1 6 mentally and write the answers quickly.
1. (3x2 + 4y)(3x2 4y)
WS 4.1
Simplify. For 1 - 19, an answer bank is given in the following QR Code
1. tanx
1
cot x
8.
14.
csc x cos x
cos x sinx
2. cos2x cscx secx
9. cscx sinx
3. (1 cos x)(1 + cosx)
10. cotx(tanx sinx +
The Great Gatsby
As you read the text, you will be responsible for creating a Gatsby Project which includes the topics
below. The book is found on-line at:
If you do not have a device to read the book
4th Six Weeks Take Home Quiz Notes
Twelve Basic Functions. You have learned these basic functions in your Algebra I, Algebra II, and PreCalculus classes. You must be able to identify and graph these q
Energy of a Roller Coaster
TEACHER NOTES
SCIENCE NSPIRED
Science Objectives
Students will explore the relationship between work and energy.
Students will explore energy transformations related to the
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Powerful Stairs
BACKGROUND
A simple way to measure the power output of a person is to measure the time it takes the person to run up a flight of stairs
of known height. In this e
Understanding Fractions
I. Definitions
In module A, all the numbers that we encountered were whole numbers. Although the whole numbers
are important, they only tell part of the story. Module B is the
Applications
I. Strategies For Solving Application Problems
Application problems, a.k.a. word problems or story problems, traditional pose the greatest challenge
to math students. We must keep in mind
Simplifying Fractions
I. Writing a Number as a Product of Primes
We call a whole number greater than one prime if it cannot be divided evenly except by itself and one.
For example the number 7 is prim
Exponents and Order of Operations
I. Exponents
Recall that multiplication is defined as repeated addition, for example
4+4+4+4+4+4+4 = 4x7
What about repeated multiplication? For example, is there an
Division of Whole Numbers
I. Definition of Division
Example:
Suppose that we have twelve students in the class and we want to divide the class into three equal
groups. How many should be in each group
Square Roots
I. Definition of the Square Root
Recall how we defined exponents, especially with exponent 2. Some examples are
32 = 3 x 3 = 9
102 = 10 x 10 = 100
52 = 5 x 5 = 25
Also recall that the inv
Subtracting Whole Numbers
I. No Borrowing
To subtract whole numbers we write them as in an addition problem and subtract each digit moving
from the right to the left.
Example:
789
- 34
755
Note that 9
Multiplication of Real Numbers
I. Some Definitions
When multiplying two numbers such as
2x3 = 6
The numbers on the left (the 2 and the 3) are called factors and the result (the 6) is called the produc