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September 30, 2017
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PHO Fellowship Training Program
PEDIATRIC HEMATOLOGY-ONCOLOGY FELLOWSHIP TRAINING PROGRAM
Program Outline (Nuts & Bolts)
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Program Director
June, 2012
PURPOSE: To
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UNIVERSITY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
DEPARTMENT: ACCOUNTING, FINANCE AND ECONOMICS
PART I: COURSE SPECIFICATION-AUDITING II
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UNIVERSITY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
School of Business and Public Administration
Department of Business Management
Envision, Lead, Transform
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
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Algebra 2 Pre-AP
Add and Subtract Rational Expressions
Common Denominators
Remember that 1n order to add two or more rational expressions, they must have the same
denomi
Algebra 2 Pre—AP
Multiply and Divide Rational Expressions
Simplifying Rational Expressions
A rational expression is in simpliﬁed form if its numerator and denominator have no common
factors (other tha
Algebra 2 Pre-AP
mGraph General Rational Functions
Graphing Translations of Simple Rational Functions
a
X - h
points to either sides of the asymptotes, and connect the dots to form the two branches.
Algebra 2 Pre—AP
Graph Simple Rational Functions
Rational Functions
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A rational ﬁmction is a function in the form f(X) = ( )
q X
, where p(X) and q(X) are polynomial
functions and q (X) ¢ 0.
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Algebra 2 Pre-AP Name
T'Model Inverse and Joint Variation
Inverse Variation
Remember that in Chapter 2 you learned that two variables x and y show direct variation if
y = ax for some nonzero constan
Descartes' Rule of Signs
Descartes' Rule of Signs tells you how many positive, negative, and complex zeros exist in a given
function.
f(x)=7x510x4+3x3+4x213x+9
Positive Real Zeros
Text Version
f(x
= 7
The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
Example 1
Determine the zeros of f(x)=(x13)(x18)(x+9).
Replace the function notation f(x) with zero.
f(x)=(x13)(x18)(x+9)
0=(x13)(x18)(x+9)
This function is already
3.04 Lesson Summary
A quadratic equation is an equation of degree 2. The graph of a quadratic equation is in the shape of
a parabola which looks like an arc. The general form of the equation is repres
Rational Root Theorem
Example 1
Find all possible rational roots of f(x)=x3+7x29x+8.
Step 1: Find the factors of p.
The constant term, 8, is p. Eight is divisible by 1, 2, 4 and 8. But remember, 1, 2,
04.03 Lesson Summary
Essential Questions
To achieve mastery of this lesson, make sure that you develop responses to the essential questions
listed below.
What key features of a polynomial can be found
7.03 Lesson Summary
To achieve mastery of this lesson, make sure that you develop responses to the essential questions
listed below.
How are exponential functions related to logarithmic functions?
H
04.05 Lesson Summary
To achieve mastery of this lesson, make sure that you develop responses to the essential questions
listed below.
What theorems can be utilized in solving polynomials and their dep
3.07 Lesson Summary
To achieve mastery of this lesson, make sure that you develop responses to the essential questions
listed below.
What methods can be used to solve for quadratic equations?
How are
3.9 Notes
Using the distance formulas, find the equation of a parabola with a focus of (3, 4) and a directrix of y
= 2.
Check my work.
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(x2 3)2 + (y2 4)2 = (y2 + 2)2.
(x2 3)2+ (y2 4)2= (y2 + 2)2
(x
04.01 Lesson Summary
To achieve mastery of this lesson, make sure that you develop responses to the following essential
question.
How can long division be used to find the factors of polynomial functi
3.7
Solve x2 - 6x + 12 = 0 using the Quadratic Formula
Before the quadratic formula may be applied, the quadratic equation must be written in standard
form. In this case, it already is, so this step m