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Judges, Graduation Project Boards
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Dear Judges:
As a student here at Rocky River High School, the Graduation Project has p
Unit 8: America at War in World War II
Film Guide Band of Brothers
Band of Brothers Episode 2: Day of Days
Critical Thinking Questions
The following questions #1-4 should be answered immediately after watching the
episode.
1. What challenges did the parat
Virus, Bacteria, Protista, and Fungi OUTBREAK Project
There is so must biodiversity in these groups of organisms, with many shapes, sizes, and functions. Viruses, while considered non-living, can have
a great effect on humans. Bacteria provide valuable re
Lesson 3.4 Site Considerations Teacher
Resources
Preface
You may not notice the design of a site unless problems exist. As long as there is an
empty parking space when you visit a business, there are sidewalks to provide a
level walking surface, handicapp
1. What type of HVAC system is used in the Stuart-Engals II First Floor Medical Office?
Central Forced Air System
2. How are the air handling units attached to the structure?
Metal Joists are attached to the structure to support them.
3. How many zones (
Activity 3.3.4 Energy Codes
Introduction
In this activity you will investigate the requirements of the International Energy
Conservation Code and revise your Keystone Library Renovation plans to comply
with the code.
Equipment
Engineering notebook
Interne
Client Survey
Family Information
Adult Names/Ages
Occupations
Child Names/Ages
Child Names/Ages
Physical Disabilities
Other Special Needs
Pets
Architectural Details
House Style
Number of Bedrooms
Number of Bathrooms
Square Footage
Deck or Patio
Extra Stor
Activity 3.4.5 Storm Water Management
Introduction
When a property is developed, it is important to understand that changes to watershed
characteristics (i.e., land use, slope, soil type, vegetative cover) will often increase the amount of
storm water run
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Activity 3.3.2 Student Resource
Example Commercial Plumbing Code
Requirements
Assume the following code requirements apply when designing the plumbing systems
for your project. These requirements are based on the International Plumbing Code
(IPC); however
Activity 3.2.9 Sizing a Spread Footing
Introduction
The foundation is the final structural element in a building through which the design
loads will pass. Every load applied to the building must be transferred through a
foundation to the supporting soil.
Activity 2.3.2 Green Building and Sustainable Design
Introduction
Green building design and sustainable architecture are reshaping the practices and
products of modern construction. Climate change concerns and a sense of stewardship
for the Earth are moti
Activity 3.1.6 Commercial Floor Systems
Introduction
Commercial floors must typically withstand greater loads and heavier traffic than
residential floors and are therefore often built with different components. Concrete is a
common floor material for comm
Chemical Bonds: Webquest
Website 1: bit.ly/ChemicalBonding1
A) Module
1. Approximately how many elements are represented on the periodic table? _
2. What accounts for the fact that there are far more substances than are listed on the periodic table?
3. Fo
Notes: Chapter 10 Cell Growth and Division
I. Cell Growth
A. Cell growth is limited because:
1. The larger the cell, the more demands on the DNA
2. The larger the cell, the more trouble it has
getting substances across the membrane
B. Small cells allow fo
SolvingEquationsbyFactoring
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Writethe4steps,inorder,forsolvingaquadraticequation.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Whenyouverifyyoursolutionstoanequationusingthegraphingcalculator,whatpoint
onthegraphareyoulookingfor?(Nameall3waysofdescribingit).
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Geometry Honors Trig Test Review #2
Name_
Write the trigonometric ratios for XYZ in the simplest form.
1. tan x_
2. sin y_
Y
3. cos x_
34
16
X
Z
30
Use a special right triangle to write each trigonometric ratio as a fraction.
7. sin 45_ 8. cos 30_ 9. tan
Pythagoras theorem & Trigonometry Topic Test
Name: _
Section A Multiple Choice Circle the correct answer
Pythagoras & Trigonometry Test
1
1
What is the length of the
4 hypotenuse
What is the
in value of the
7 pronumeral
Given sin
in 0.9816
this figure?
th
Geometry
Test Ch 9
Right Triangle Test
True/False (2 points each)
1. If asked to give an answer in radical form it means to give the answer with a
decimal.
a. true
b. false
2. Pythagoreans Theorem can be used for all triangles.
a. true
b. false
3. An angl
MHF4U Final Exam Review
Trigonometry Review
1. Sketch 2 2 of:
1
b) y = -4 cos 3
2
a) y = 2 sin3 -1
3
1
c) y =
sin2
4
2
d) y = -3 cos ( 4 ) -2
5
,
2. Sketch f( ) = 2 sin on the interval
.
6
6
6
a) Find the average rate of change (to 5 decimals) of th
Trigonometry Pre Test
1. A right triangle has legs of 16 and 30 feet. How long is its hypotenuse?
a) 46 feet
b) 34 feet
c) 46 feet
d)17 feet
2. One leg of a triangle is 12 inches while the hypotenuse is 13 inches. How long is
the other leg?
a) 5 inches
b)
Math 12 Practice Test Trigonometry (1)
Part A: Multiple Choice.
1) Convert
310 to
a) 5.41
2) Express
radians.
b) 1.72
5
3
a) 600
c) 2.71
d) 4.15
c)
d)
in degrees.
b) 150
240
3) Which expression is equivalent to
2
a) sin
b)
2 sin
7
2 csc
7
300
?
1
c) 2
Trigonometry Test Solutions
Part A Knowledge & Understanding
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10. sine law
Part B Application
Level
Accelerated Math 3
Cumulative Assessment
Name_
200 points total
Each of the following is worth 2 points (1 25).
1. Find the length of the circular arc subtended by the central angle whose radian measure is 2
radians and the diameter of the circle is 10. M
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Math II
Unit 2 Test
Period: _ Date: _
MM2G1 Students will identify and use special right triangles.
MM2G1a Determine the lengths of sides of 30-60-90 triangles.
MM2G1b Determine the lengths of sides of 45-45-90 triangles.
Find the m
Solving Equations using the Quadratic Formula
The Quadratic Formula can be used to solve equations that contain an x2 term.
The equation must be set equal to zero, before you try to identify the coefficients.
ax2 + bx + c = 0
a is the coefficient to the s
Quadratic functions review QUIZ
COURSE 4
DO NOT WRITE ON THIS SHEET!
1. Find the vertex of the graph of f(x) = x2 + 4x - 5.
2. Solve y2 + 8y + 16 = 0 by factoring.
(Write the factored form of the equation on the answer sheet!)
3. Which quadratic equation
Quadratics and Polynomial Test Practice Problems
Name:
Next class will be a test on all the material from quarter 1 (100 pts), with an emphasis on the new material
below. Do this whole packet, check answers on-line, and then work through all the past prac
Name:_
Period:_
Chapter 4 Notes Packet on Quadratic Functions and Factoring
Notes #15: Graphing quadratic equations in standard form, vertex form, and intercept form.
A. Intro to Graphs of Quadratic Equations: y ax 2 bx c
A _ is a function that can be wri