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As it began the relationship between the American colonies and the British crown was complex
and turbulent
Thomas Paine suggested that a Congress may be created in the following way, each colony
should be divided in districts; each di
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Professionalism
Human Resource Professional
Traits
Good judgment
Objective and impartial
Self-discipline
Communication
Exhibits skill traits
A HR professional shows good judgement or is
trustworthy because you have to be or otherwise
Exponents
Exponents are merely a shorthand notation for
expressing repetitive multiplication.
n x n = n2
n x n x n = n3
n2 x n3 = (n x n) x (n x n x n)
=nxnxnxnxn
= n5
This insight leads to the now familiar exponent
laws
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Laws of Exponents Review
(Cases
Functions
1. Domain the set of all values of the independent
variables
All of the first numbers in an ordered pair without
duplicating any values
2. Range the set of all values of the dependent
variable
All of the second numbers in an ordered pair witho
Complex Numbers
The imaginary unit i has the following
2
properties: i = -1 i =-1
Any negative square root can be defined as :
-a =i a
if a > 0 then
For example
-25 =i 25 =5i
Imaginary numbers can be added or multiplied in much
the same way as polynomials
Linear Equation Recap
Points consisting of coordinate pairs are of the
form (x, y) and can be plotted on a set of axis by
moving the corresponding distance on each of the
x and y axis
The distance formula isAB (x2 x1)2 (y2 y1)2
x1 x2 y1 y2
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Semester Exam Test Study Guide
Second 9 Weeks Topics
Topics Covered
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A function is a relationship between two sets of variables
a. The domain is the independent variable
b. The range is the dependent variable
c. A graph re
Math notes
Rounding and estimating
Zeroes to the right do not count. *- they only count when there are decimal points
Zeroes to the left never count.
Significant figures are the level of accuracy of numbers
In science the only difference is that when the
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Algebra 2 Formulas
Essential Formulas for Algebra 2 Final Exam
Laws of Exponents
Multiply Powers of the Same Base = Adding Exponents
(am)(an) = am + n
am
mn
n = a
a
Divide Powers of the Same Base = Subtracting Exponents
Power Rule = Multiplying Exponents
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