Division: _Elementary_ Category: _Physics _
Title of Project: _Does The Size Of The Basketball Really Matter? _
Elementary Science Fair Abstract
1. Describe the purpose of your project. (What did you
PROCEDURE
1.Using the tape measure, I measured fifteen feet from the basketball.
2.Using the cones, I marked the set location.
3.One at a time, each volunteer stood at the area marked by the
cones and
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DEALING WITH FACTS AND VALUES IN NOISE CONTROL
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Tabor Hill Road
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THE NATURE OF THIS PAPER
When we make decisions abou
15. Let f be the function with derivative given by f (x) = x2 e a On which of the following intervals
is f decreasing?
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CALCULUS AB
SECTION I, Part A
Time 55 minutes
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Number of questions 28
A CALCULATOR MAY NOT BE USED ON THIS PART OF THE EXAMINATION.
Directions: SolVe eaelfefthe'"fellowingptems, Tsingthe Vailalil'"
83. The velocity, in ft/sec, of a particle moving along the xaxis is given by the function v(t) = e + te. What is the
average velocity of the particle from time t = 0 to time t = 3 ?
(A) 20086 ft/sec
Calculus AB
Section I, Part B
Time 50 minutes
Number of questions - 17
A graphing calculator is required for some questions.
76. A particle moves along the x-axis so that at'any time t 2. 0, its veloc
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83. The velocity, in ft/sec, of a particle moving aiong the xaxis is given by the function v(t) = e + te. What is the
average velocity of the particle from time t = O to time t = 3 ?
(A) 20.086 ft/sec
27. Let f be the function dened by f(x) = x3 + x. If g(x) = flu) and g(2) = 1. what is the value of g'(2) :7
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28. Let g be a twicedifferentiable function with g(x) >
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. x-m 4x3 ~3x2+2x-1
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'7. The graph of f ', the derivative of the function f, is shown above. Which of the following statemntsmis true
about f
Math 4 EXTRA PRACTICE Name: $5 Date Pd
M3 6.1-5 - Justify all answers!
Convert to linear speed. (1 revolution= 12 hours) Round to hundredths as needed.
1 The hour hand of a clock 15 8 inches long. How
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Death of a Salesman Anticipation Guide
o Read each statement. If you agree with the statement place an A in the
first column or a D for disagree if you do not agree with the statement.
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Wuthering Heights and Fortress Around Your Heart
1. At the beginning of the poem, what is the condition of the city?
At the beginning of the city the condition of the city is fragile, Crumbling towers
Earnshaw
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Catherine
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Linton
Motivation for Actions taken Spouses
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Gift of the Magi Analysis Chart
Short Story Elements
Characterization
Della
Theme
Sacrifice
Setting
Example from Story
Significance to Story or
Impact on Story
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Wuthering Heights and Fortress Around Your Heart
1. At the beginning of the poem, what is the condition of the city?
At the beginning of the city the condition of the city is fragile, Crumbling towers
Aaliyah Getts
Comparison/Contrast Chart
As you read, fill in the chart comparing and contrasting the two stories. At the bottom,
be sure to write a paragraph explaining the meaning gained by Goethes a
How Do I Love Thee? Analysis Chart
Literary Elements
Example from Poem
Simile
I love thee purely, as men
strive for right.
Repetition
Religious Allusion
Departure from form of
Shakespearean sonnet
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How Do I Love Thee? Analysis Chart
Literary Elements
Example from Poem
Simile
I love thee purely, as men
strive for right.
Repetition
Religious Allusion
Departure from form of
Shakespearean sonnet
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