Chapter 14: Stress and Health
I. Stress
A. Stress can be adaptive, allowing us to mobilize resources and survive.
B. Prolonged stress and unhealthy behaviors can increase our risk for todays four leading
causes of serious illness and death:
1. heart disea
MAT118 Review for Final
Material from Week 11
Understand and be able to reproduce the proof that 2 is irrational (if 2=mn, where m and n
are integers, then we can simplify the fraction if necessary to get 2=pq where p and q are
integers with no common div
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Review Quiz 1:
Listening:
Hildegard Von Bingen - Columba aspexit
- Sacred (church like)
- 1140-1180 (12th century)
- Genre: Plainchant/ One of the sequences from her lyrical poetry
https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpmMeIQywYc
Josquin Desprez Ava Maria
- Sac
Review Quiz 1:
Listening:
Hildegard Von Bingen - Columba aspexit
- Sacred (church like)
- 1140-1180 (12th century)
- Genre: Plainchant/ One of the sequences from her lyrical poetry
https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpmMeIQywYc
Josquin Desprez Ava Maria
- Sac
Lab 3 : Projectile Motion
Samantha Rosen
Nadya Kadayifci
February 23rd
February 25th, 2015
PHY 133 L04
Introduction:
The purpose of this lab is to observe the projectile of an object which is launched
horizontally and is dropped at a particular height bef
Projectile Motion: Two Dimensions, No Air Resistance
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Time increment, s
Initial velocity, m/s
Initial angle, degrees
Time
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0.01
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0.02
0.025
0.03
0.035
0.04
0.045
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0.07
0.075
0.08
0.085
Arsenic in the Environment
Samantha Rosen
Chemistry 80
Abstract
Arsenic is a metalloid that can be found in the environment from both natural and human
sources. This natural metalloid is found in both an organic and inorganic form, with the inorganic
form
Stony Brook University
MAT 118 Spring 2013
Assignment 1 due in Recitation, week of February 4
This week we will examine several of the "Stories" in Chapter 1 of Burger and Starbird (B&S).
Each of them poses a problem which has to be resolved by some kind
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MAT 118 Spring 2013
Assignment 4 due in Recitation, week of February 25
Construct a graph of your own with all vertices of even degree. At least five of your vertices
must have degree four, six or larger.
Number all your edges in th
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MAT 118 Spring 2013
Assignment 8 due in Recitation, week of April 1
A. Binary Arithmetic (refer to notes)
1. Convert to binary notation: 47,80,1050.
2. Convert to decimal notation: 110110110,1010101,11001100.
3. Convert to binary an
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MAT 118 Spring 2013
Assignment 5 due in Recitation, week of March 4
Euler circuits and Euler paths
An Euler path in a graph gives a way of traversing all the edges exactly once, but it is not
required that you start and end up at th
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MAT 118 Spring 2013
Assignment 6 due in Recitation, week of March 11
1. Mindscape 4 on page 284.
2. Mindscape 15 on page 285.
3. The polyhedron shown in Mindscape 30 (page 288) can be derived from a red
dodecahedron by replacing eac
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MAT 118 Spring 2013
Assignment 3 due in Recitation, week of February 18
Notes from class - this material is not in the text
Pascal's triangle
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This display shows rows 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 of Pascal's triangle. The
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MAT 118 Spring 2013
Assignment 7 due in Recitation, week of March 25
Mathematical Induction is a way of establishing the truth of a statement about the natural
numbers 1,2,3,4, .
By "statement about the natural numbers" we mean some
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MAT 118 Spring 2013
Arithmetic with binary numbers
We take our decimal place-value notation for granted. But it only came
to the West with Fibonacci around 1200 AD, and was slow to be adopted.
Galileo (1564-1642) was a master of ari
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MAT 118 Spring 2013
Modular Arithmetic
UPC code again.
When working with the UPC check-digit system, we learned that if any
one of the twelve digits in a UPC number is lost, it can be reconstructed
from the rest. For example suppose
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MAT 118 Spring 2013
Assignment 7 due in Recitation, week of March 25
Mathematical Induction is a way of establishing the truth of a statement about the natural
numbers 1,2,3,4, .
By "statement about the natural numbers" we mean some
MAT118 Review for Midterm I
Material from Week 1
Be able to explain the Monty Hall game in your own words. See B&S, page 9 and page 23. Be
able to explain the non-standard dice game (page 10 and page 24). Be able to solve a problem
like 13 on page 31 and