Emilys Mom
by Thomas Lux
Today wed say she was depressed, clinically. Then,
They called it nameless disabling apathy, persistent nameless
infirmity, often she fell sick
with nameless illnesses and wept
in quiet resignation. The Nameless, they should
have
Adrienne Rich
From Vesuvius at Home: The Power of Emily Dickinson
I have a notion that genius knows itself; that Dickinson chose her seclusion, knowing she was
exceptional and knowing what she needed. It was, moreover, no hermetic retreat, but a seclusion
Quiz/Test Corrections DO NOT WRITE ON YOUR TEST!
Quiz/Test: _
Copy: 1) Problem number.
2) Problem.
3) Do all work completely and correctly
Name: _
Period: _ Date: _
Write complete explanation of mistake/errors on test.
Why was it significant? (Remember: c
Create an Analog Clock
Introduction:
In this activity students will create a working analog clock in Squeak.
They will:
Analyze what objects are needed to represent a clock
Identify the units used to measure the clock hand movement
Script the movement o
MY FAVORITE HISTORICAL NOVEL
American Heritage recently asked a wide range of novelists, journalists, and historians to
answer a question: what is your favorite American historical novel, and why? The results
made two things clear: that the question was n
Finding Nemo
Presented to you by: Priya Shankar & Deepika Mukhara
Period: 2
Overview
Background Summary
Character Analysis
Accuracy of portrayal
Conclusion
Background Summary
Dory
Severe Short Term Memory Loss
Social facilitation
o
remembers the address
w
Analysis of a Historical Novel: American History through Fictions Lens
Historians write about the past; they interpret and record those important events and
tendencies in history that give meaning to our lives. A working definition of historical novels is
Chapter 13
Marine bios and environmental issues
Home Work will only be accepted if handed in typed.
Matching.
Match the organism with its correct descriptor of energy use. Use each choice once, more than
once, or not at all.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
cyanobacteri
Exam 5 OCB 2000
July 15, 2010
Name:_
1. Reef-building corals are cnidarians that are characterized by
a. having only a polyp stage.
b. lacking a mouth.
c. having mostly a medusa stage.
d. lacking nematocysts.
e. having both a polyp and medusa stage.
2. He
Review Sheet
Conic Sections and Parametrics
Identify each equation and graph. Give all important features for each conic section.
1.
2.
3.
Write an equation of the conic described.
4.
Parabola: focus at ; directrix the line
5.
Ellipse: foci at and ; verte
Review Sheet
Sequences, Series, Math Induction
1.
2.
Find the first four terms and the tenth term of the sequence
The fourth and seventh terms of an arithmetic progression are 8 and 16, respectively.
Find the first term and a formula for the nth term.
For
Review Sheet
Vectors and 3D Graphing
1. Consider a rectangular prism with congruent rectangular bases ABCD and EFGH, such that . Also, as labeled below, . Name
vectors equal to the
sums or differences.
2. Given that vector has an initial point and termina
Review Sheet
Polar Coordinates, Graphing and DeMoivres Theorem
1.
Plotinpolarcoordinatesandfindotherpolarcoordinatesofthepointforwhich:
a.
b.
c.
2.
Findtherectangularcoordinatesof.
3.
Findthepolarcoordinatesof.
4.
Identifyandgrapheachpolarequationbyhand.
Name
PreCalculus: Second Semester Exam
Date
June 2013
Period
SECOND SEMESTER PRE CALCULUS EXAM REVIEW
Chapter 5: Exponentials and Logarithms
1. Find the exact solutions to each of the following equations.
(a)
(b)
(c)
2. A temperature probe is placed into
HW-4
Sem.01.Vectors
Name: _
<2, -3> = 2i-3j
1. Vector Basics: Semester Review #29 Given vectors V<1,2,3> and W<0,4,2>
Magnitude:
Unit vector:
Ex1) Find a vector 3 units long in the direction of W
Ex2) Find a vector 3 times as long as V in the opposite
Semester 2 HW 1 Name: _
1. Exponential Functions
A
B
C
D.
E.
F.
2. Log
Pd: _
Unit 7: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
A
B
C
D.
E.
F.
Unit 7: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Unit 7 Exam Form A:
11. Let . Solve for t.
A.
B.
D.
E.
13. (4 pts each)
Pre-Calculus
First Semester Exam Review
Exam Schedule 2012-2013:
Tuesday, January 22 Periods 1 and 3
Wednesday, January 23 Periods 5 and 7
Thursday, January 24 Periods 2 and 4
Friday, January 25 Period 6
The following review problems should be completed b
Name
Date
Period
SECOND SEMESTER PRE CALCULUS EXAM REVIEW
Chapter 5: Exponentials and Logarithms
1. Find the exact solutions to each of the following equations.
(a)
(b)
(c)
2. A temperature probe is placed into a vat of liquid nitrogen for an experiment.
LARGE MARINE ECOSYSTEMS
Introduction:
The bulk of the pollution in the ocean originates from land-based activities (municipal,
industrial and agricultural wastes, run-off, and atmospheric deposition). These contaminants
impact the most productive areas of
Deepika Mukhara
Period: 6
Chapter 7 The Invertebrates Part 1 Textbook Questions: Sponges and
Cnidarians
1. Below are the eight phyla of invertebrates about which you are
responsible for learning in this unit. List at least one representative type of
organ
Deepika Mukhara
Period: 6
Read Chapter 8 on Fish in the text and answer the following questions
(Chapter 8)
1. List three economic uses of fishes.
Fishes are a major source of food (and protein) for billions of people on earth. In
addition, fishes are use
Name_
Chapter 9
Step 1: Read Chapter 9 in your textbook and answer the questions in these worksheets.
1. How long ago did vertebrates invade the continents?
2. List three adaptations that vertebrates have for life on land.
3. When did whales re-invade the
Name_
Read Chapters 17, 18, and 19 in your textbook by Castro and Huber) and answer
the questions in these worksheets.
The Living Resources of the Sea: Food from the Sea
1. Briefly list some of the non-fish animals that are harvested for food from the
oce
Estuaries: Where Rivers Meet the Sea
After reading chapters 10 and 12 you should be able to:
1. Explain the formation of the Chesapeake Bay. How is it classified?
2. Discuss differences between estuaries of the East, Gulf and West Coast of the
United Stat