*TIPS TO HAVE A
SUCCESSFUL
BUSINESS
Mara Camila Ramos
Barreto
*NEW EXPECTATIONS
*HOW TO MAKE IT PROFITABLE
*HOW TO MAKE IT WORK
*MORE THAN TECHNICAL KNOWLEGDE
*NEW BUSINESS /
OUT OF CONFORT
*Set Goal
*Goal Montly
*Get Active
*Give and Recieve
*NETWORKI
NG
Laura Ramos
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
A good friend needs to be loyal and funny.
English teachers should have these qualities creative, patience, and _.
Parents need to help and take care about their children
Doctors should _ or _
sleep, listening to music, and drin
W400
Preparation: Classification Paragraph
Classification Preparation
Answer these questions about the paragraph on sports fans.
Go Team!
All sports fans can be categorized into three groups based on their enthusiasm for the team.
The first type is the oc
W400
Preparation: Compare/Contrast Paragraph
Part 1: Answer the questions about the paragraph from the PowerPoint.
Chefs and Singers
At first look, chefs and singers seem to have nothing in common, but on further examination,
they share many characteristi
W400
Outline: Compare/Contrast
SAMPLE OUTLINE OF CHEFS AND SINGERS:
topics: CHEFS
SINGERS
controlling idea: same/different
purpose statement: INFORM ABOUT THREE WAYS CHEFS AND SINGERS ARE SIMILAR
I. (topic sentence) Chefs and singers share many characteri
VERB TENSE/SENTENCE TYPES REVIEW
Name _
Simple Past / Present Perfect
1.
I HAVE NOT HAD/HAVENT HAD (have, not) this much fun since I WAS (be) a kid.
2.
Things HAVE CHANGED (change) a great deal at Coltech, Inc. When we first STARTED (start) working here t
Gail Jones
111 Peach Road
Trinity Software System
Atlanta, GA. 30367
404-921-1489
October 31, 2016
Mrs. Ava Brown
Heritage School
9201 Magnolia Way
Atlanta, GA 30367
Dear Mrs. Brown
Subject: Software Training
Thank you for your interest in our educational
The CardioGood Fitness has collected data from one hundred eighty (180) clients actual sales
and customers who make the purchases to determining whether there is a distinct profile of the
typical customer for a product or service. This case is going to de
[BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION]
[STATS]
November 28, 2015
Catie Josselet
This project is comprised of six binomial sets of data. Each data set has been put into a
histogram. Each histogram has distinct variables that make them different and that make them
look th
1. (3 points each) Mark each statement as true or false. You do not need to justify your
answers.
2. (8 points) Does the following series converge or diverge? Explain your answer.
3. (8 points) Consider the series How many terms must you include in a part
Christian Culpepper
TEST 4
Covered April 12, 2013
5.3 Evaluating Definite Integrals
Evaluating definite integrals is very simple. Since is the antiderivative of the function . However,
remember that s derivative is . DO NOT get confused for the next secti
Christian Culpepper
TEST 4
Covered April 5, 2013
5.1 Areas and Distances
The area problem signifies the estimation and calculation of an area under or above a curve to the x-axis.
This can be estimated using the area of a rectangle, triangle, or various s
Christian Culpepper
TEST 4
Covered April 1, 2013
4.6 Newtons Method
Newtons Method (also known as Newton-Raphson method) is a process of approximating the
roots of an equation by replacing the curve representing the equation by its tangent and finding
the
TEST 3 TOPICS
Know the denition of work and associated equations from physics. (F = ma, W = F d, etc.) Be
able to calculate the work required to move an object when the force is constant and when the force
varies based on position.
Be able to nd work re
3. The birth rate of a population is given by and the death rate is given by in people per year.
(a) (10 points) Find the area between b(t) and d(t) from t = 0 to t = 10
(b) (5 points) In the first 10 years of this population, are there more people born o
1.1
1.2
Converges => 11/6
Converges=> 5/6
2.1
2.2
2.3
Diverges, constant multiple of divergent (harmonic) series
Diverges, by Test for Divergence(pg.425)
Diverges, by Test for Divergence
3.1
3.2
Convergent, r=2/3
Convergent, by squeeze theorem
4.1
Not Mon
1.1
Converges => 11/6
1.2
Converges=> 5/6
2.1
Diverges, constant multiple of divergent (harmonic) series
2.2
Diverges, by Test for Divergence(pg.425)
2.3
Diverges, by Test for Divergence
3.1
Convergent, r=2/3
3.2
Convergent, by squeeze theorem
4.1
Not Mon
Math 192 Final Exam Topics Sheet
Pre-calculus and Calculus I background reminders (Other background may also be needed)
Understand trigonometric functions and know basic identities as listed on Test 1 topics sheet.
Be comfortable taking limits. Know lim
MAT 192: TEST 3 Practice Test
SPRING 2011
1) Determine whether the following two series are convergent or divergent by expressing sn as a
telescoping sum. If it is convergent, find its sum.
MAT 192: TEST 3 Practice Test
SPRING 2011
2. Determine whether th
MAT 192: TEST 3 Practice Test
SPRING 2011
1) Determine whether the following two series are convergent or divergent by expressing sn as a
telescoping sum. If it is
convergent, find its sum.
MAT 192: TEST 3 Practice Test
SPRING 2011
2. Determine whether th
You may use what you know about the convergence or divergence of the following series
without justification.
1. (3 points each) Mark each statement as true or false. You do not need to justify your
answers.
a) If the , then is convergent. (True/False)
b)
You may use what you know about the convergence or divergence of the following series
without justification.
1. (3 points each) Mark each statement as true or false. You do not need to justify your
answers.
a) If the , then is convergent. (True/False)
b)
Name
Honor Pledge
Math 192 Test 4
You have 50 minutes to complete this test. Point values for each question are marked for a total of
100 points. You may use your calculator for arithmetic and for graphing unless otherwise noted. No other
features are per
Name
Honor Pledge
Math 192 Test 2
You have 50 minutes to complete this test. Point values for each question are marked for a total of
100 points. You may use your calculator for arithmetic and for graphing unless otherwise noted. No other
features are per