9.1: The Pythagorean Theorem
WARMUP
Simplify.
1. 18
2. 32
3. 75
4. 495
Objective 1: Use the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse.
Pythagorean Theorem In a right triangle, the square of the length of the
hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of t
Julius Caesar Outline 1
JULIUS CAESAR:
OUTLINE OF THE ACTS
ACT I
Caesar has defeated the sons of the deceased Roman general Pompey, his archrival, in
battle and the citizens are celebrating.
Caesar enters with his entourage, including the military and p
The Metamorphosis (1915)
Franz Kafka
Biographical, Historical, and
Conceptual Contexts
Franz Kafka
Born in 1883 into a middleclass, Germanspeaking Jewish family
in Prague
Studied law
Worked at an insurance company in order to support his parents
Dev
The Stranger
by: Albert Camus
Albert Camus
First, its pronounced camoo, like
Shamoo, but with a C.
He was born in Algeria when it was
under French control, so he was a
Frenchman, but born and raised in
Africathis put him in the middle of a
hierarchy whi
The Stranger
Albert Camus
1942
English 12
Setting
Time Period: Modern
Locations: Meursaults home
in Alger, Algeria; The old
folks home in Marengo; The
Beach; Jail cell.
Social context: Middle class.
Takes place over a period of
several years.
Significance
JuliusCaesarActOneStudyGuide
1. Where does the first scene take place?
In the streets of Rome
2. What are Flavius and Marullus doing?
Yelling at the people who are cheering Caesar for having killed Pompey
3. Who claims to be a "mender of bad soles," a "su
Existentialism: A search for awareness
Sren Kierkegaard, the father of existentialism, maintained that the individual is solely
responsible for giving his or her own life meaning and for living that life passionately and
sincerely, in spite of many existe
Review Sheet: The Existentialist Movement
Major Exam
Friday April 21st, 2017
Objective QuestionsMultiple Choice/Matching80 POINTS
Essay Question20 points
The Existentialist Movement: Review the two Power Points on Moodle
Review the HANDOUT I gave you o
Cheat SheetQuiz for Act III
Metonymy: A figure of speech in which one word or phrase is substituted for another with
which it is closely associated, as in the use of Washington for the United States government or of
the sword for military power.
Ellipsis
JULIUS CAESAR: SYMBOLISM
What is Symbolism?
A symbol is a person, place, thing, or event that stands both for
itself and for something beyond
itself (as explained in the
Handbook of Literary Terms in your textbook, p. 1118).
These symbols can be widely re
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Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science, 16: 167182, 2012
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DOI: 10.1080/1091367X.2012.700252
Accomplishments and Compromises in Prediction Research
for World Reco
Speed Trends in Male Distance Running
Timothy N. Kruse1, Rickey E. Carter2, Jordan K. Rosedahl2, Michael J. Joyner3*
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Pacing Strategy from HighFrequency Field
Data: More Evidence for Neural Regulation?
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Ch.1 Functions(1)
Name:
Date:
I. Definitions, vocabulary, notation.
1. Define the following:
(a) Function:
(b) Domain:
(c) Range:
2. In the functional notation
:
(a) is
(b) is
(c)
is
(d)
is
(e)
(f) In
, the represents
II. For
Warm Up
Pick Up One
Test 3A
The first half of chapter 3
Topics
Approximations
Average rate of change
Instantaneous rate of change
Graphically, numerically, table, equation
Definition of Derivative
Generate a formula?
Generate a value?
Topics
Differentiabi
HW:
Handout AND
Website
Warm Up
Given f ( x ) = sin x find
Put sin1x
into Y1
df 1
dx
at
(
3 2 , 3
)
2
f ( x ) = x2 x 0
df
= 2x
dx
y = x2
At x = 2:
( 2, 4 )
f ( 2 ) = 22 = 4
df
( 2) = 2 2 = 4
dx
m=4
y= x
We can find the inverse
function as follows:
y = x
Warm Up
HW p. 105 #1 23 odd, #27
What notation 2is used to
Given f ( x ) = x + 1
d Sketchyourgraph
escribe the answer to
the slope of the curve at
x 3?
=
Draw the tangent to the
Useurve derivative to
c the at x = 3
write the equation of the
tangent line a
AP#1
AP#1
NoCalculator
NoTextbooks
NoPartners
YesNotes
YesWarmupBooks
15minutes!
IVTWarmUpProblems
IVTWarmUpProblems
1)
If f(x ) is c o ntinuo us
If
is
w ith f(3)=3, f(5)=1 and
(3)=3, (5)=1
f(6)=0, whic h value o f f
(6)=0,
m us t b e ac hie ve d
twic e
Warm Up
1. Sketch a graph of y = ex
Draw the tangent line at x = 0
Estimate the slope of y = ex at x = 0
2. Find the derivative of
y = cos
( x)
1 3
3.9 Homework (part 1)
p. 178 #3, 6 ,9, 11 13 (all)
29, 33, 35, 52, 62
Look at the graph of
The slope at x
HW: page 84
317 (odds)
33, 41,43,45, 51.
Warm Up
Quiz Review
Limit Review 2
Name each TYPE of discontinuity
1
Use
lim
x
2
3
4
your calculator to evaluate:
3+ x
5 + 6x2
1
lim sin
x 0
x
Where is this fxn NOT continuous?
f(x)
Prove f(x) is not
continuo
WarmUp:Evaluate
t2
lim
t 3 t + 2
lim sin
3 2
lim e
x
HWp.76
#3and#5
#1323odd
#27,37,53,55
5x + 8x
lim 4
x 0 3 x 16 x 2
3
Iknowwhythelimit
ofaconstant
functionisthat
constant.doyou?
2
( x + 3)
lim
x 0
2
x
x 0
x2 +1
lim
x 0 1 sin x
3 sin 5 x
lim
x 0
4x
9
Warm Up
Up
ick
P
AP #2
Thursday
3.2 HW
p. 114: 3, 7, 9, 1114 (all),
21, 25, 35, 39
ne
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Quiz Friday
Graphically, when do you EXPECT the slopes from
the left slopes from the right?
Afunctionis
DIFFERENTIABLEifa
derivativeexistsat
everypointinthe
domain
Wh
Unit
3B
Warm Up
In the xy plane, the line x + y = k where k is
a constant, is tangent to the graph
y = x + 3x + 1
2
a) 3
. What is k?
b) 1
c) 5
d) 6
HW:
p. 153
#1 #23 (odd)
Omit #3, 11, 15
#27, 29, 31, 45, 47,
56 (a, c, e, g)
We now have a pretty good li
Warm Up
1)
HW:
Handout
a.
1
x 1
Findtheslopeofthecurveatx=2.
b.
Writetheequationofthetangenttothecurveatx=2.
c.
Writetheequationofthenormaltothecurveatx=2.
f
Given( x ) =
There are some
that call me
Difference
Quotient
EXACT value of the slope of the tan