Everybody Has A Story Speech
Is there someplace special to you that you wish you could stay forever? The satisfaction knowing at the
end of the day, you will be happy no matter the outcome. I have that place in the form of a giant city
known as San Franci
LAB FOOTPRINTS 3
INTRODUCTION
This was a different lab in where we search for some people and compare footprints. We will look to
see on who makes the Earth die a little each time and who use sit the least. A lot of the stuff we
normally do can be improve
LAB TOXIC MATERIALS #5
INTRODUCTION
We have a lot of things that can be dangerous to our environment and we can succeed in finding
alternate ways to do so. Some things can't be upgraded though based on scenarios like batteries. You
have to replace your wh
FIRST LAB DO IT YOURSELF #1
INTRODUCTION
For our first lab we are choosing ourselves what to do and what kind of experiment. I wasnt sure at
first what I wanted to do because I wasnt eager to try anything off the top of my head that wasn't
feasible yet. I
Stephen F. Crumrine
Office: Ada Campus 1305 #6
Office Hours: Tuesday, Thursday 9-11
stephencrumrine@cwidaho.cc
208.901.1627
Department of Language Arts
English Composition 102
ENGL 102 006W 3 Credits
Fall 2013
Have something to say, and say it as clearly
Christian Bentley
Professor Stephen Crumrine
September 23rd, 2013
Literacy Narrative
World of Literacy
My name is Christian Bentley and I really enjoy books and reading. But what kind of
books and reading do I like? I enjoy almost all aspects of literatur
Christian Bentley
1) What did you like or not like about each of these resources? (8 pts)
Was this information helpful? Did you learn anything new?
Each resource gave me nice insight onto what I should be siting and what I
don't have to. The information p
Christian Bentley
I. Why I Enjoy Living In San Francisco
a. Exercise is a major part of getting around the city
b. There are so many different types of people to meet and spend time with
c. There are plenty of opportunities for Enjoyment and Life Progress
PEER EDITING WORKSHEET: Literacy Narrative
Author: Adel Sabanovic
Reader: Christian Bentley
The Introductory Paragraph(s):
What's memorable to me? What phrases catch my attention?
I carry no words in English except hello and thank you.
Is the purpose of t
Christian Bentley
Professor Stephen Crumrine
October 28th, 2013
Expository Essay
I Get By With a Little Help From My Friends
We tend to push ourselves to be the best that we can and to max ourselves out at our full
potential. When it's all said and done t
LAB BEANS 2
INTRODUCTION
My lab is on population sizes. How can we determine sizes? Should we count every single object?
Wouldn't it take too long? We can estimate for those large circumstances. We need to be able to
determine sizes for research. Maybe we
Christian Bentley
Professor Stephen Crumrine
December 15th, 2013
Research Essay
Video Game Violence, A Difference?
Still a big debate in our country and in other countries is video games causing the user to
do violent things. How can we determine a specif
PEER EDITING WORKSHEET: Literacy Narrative
Author: Adam King
Reader: Christian Bentley
The Introductory Paragraph(s):
What's memorable to me? What phrases catch my attention?
Choose Your Own Destiny
Taking every breathe a bit slower as I looked around me
1. Mass communication is communicating through media like television. Mediated
communication is anything we directly deal with while awake, such as talking to a friend at
school.
2. The media functioning as a watchdog is to let us know that if someone doe
LAB TEMPLATE
(To be used with all labs unless otherwise noted)
TITLE AND LAB #:
Be sure to include the title and lab # for each lab you submit
INTRODUCTION:
Provide an introduction where you talk about background information. In this introduction, you sho
Linear regression
1
Thursday, October 10, 13
Linear regression
Is there a line which ts the data in some optimal sense?
1
Thursday, October 10, 13
Linear regression
Is there a line which ts the data in some optimal sense?
1
Thursday, October 10, 13
Linear
Linear algebra
Typical linear system of equations :
5x1
x 2 + 2x 3
=
7
2x 1 + 6 x 2 + 9 x 3
=
0
7x 1 + 5 x 2
=
5
3x3
The variables x1 , x2 , and x3 only appear as linear terms
(no powers or products).
This is a square linear system, since we have the same
Math 365
Anatomy of a for loop
1
Saturday, October 12, 13
1
Anatomy of a for loop
Loop index
Beginning and end of
the for loop
for i = 1:10
statement1;
statement2;
statement3;
end
Loop index array
Statements to be
executed multiple
times inside the loop
2
Using Matlab as a graphing calculator
Professor Donna Calhoun
Tuesday August 27, 2013
Fall 2013
Math 365
http:/math.boisestate.edu/~calhoun/teaching/Math365_Fall2013
Saturday, October 12, 13
Graphing Scientic calculators
Predefined constants such
as pi an
Numerical Root Finding
The Bisection Method
1
Saturday, November 16, 13
1
Motion with air resistance
h( t)
Vertical height of a rocket with air resistance
t
h ( t) =
Saturday, November 16, 13
33t + 784(1
e
0 .3 t
)
2
2
Finding the maximum height
It is ea
Curve tting
Fitting parabolic and exponential curves
1
Wednesday, October 16, 13
1
Linear least squares
What if our data looks like this?
A linear equation may no longer be a good model of the
underlying physical process that generated the data.
2
Wednesd
Piecewise Polynomial
Interpolation
1
Wednesday, October 30, 13
1
Piecewise constant interpolation
The easiest way to interpolate data is to do a
piecewise constant interpolation.
We could choose the left endpoint of the interval:
x 2 [xi , xi+1 ]
P ( x )
Motion and Geometry in 3d
1
Tuesday, November 12, 13
1
Parameterized curves in 3d
We can represent curves in three dimensional space
with the parameterization
r() = (x(), y (), z ()
where is a monotonically increasing parameter. Examples include distance
Polynomial interpolation
Vandermonde matrix systems
1
Tuesday, October 22, 13
1
Polynomial interpolation
Up to this point, we have been considering only nding
curves that in some sense approximate the data. The
assumption is that the data is noisy or impr
Polynomial interpolation
Barycentric Formula for polynomial interpolation
1
Tuesday, October 22, 13
1
Lagrange Formulation
The Lagrange form of the interpolating polynomial is
given by
n
X
Pn ( x ) =
` j ( x ) yj
j =0
where
`j ( x) =
Qn
k=0, k6=j (x
Qn
k=
Experiences help us evolve from what we knew about something to what we may know
now. An example of this would be from my life when I didn't do so well on a job
interview questionnaire. From finding the right answers over time I can almost, if not, ace
th
LAB AUTO EMMISSIONS 4
INTRODUCTION
Exhaust can be very harmful to us as human beings and of course the environment. But how much do
we produce from our own vehicles? It kills us if we're isolated with it in an enclosed area so why would
we fill up our pub
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Excel Assignment 1 003W
Christian Bentley
01/12/16
Part 1
X
Y
z
Part 1
x squared + 2 times y 4 times z =
Part 2
(x/3)(2y)(z-4) =
Part 3
Square root of (x + y + z) =
Part 2
7
4
2
Part 3
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GROUP COMMUNICATION EXERCISE
COMM 101
Imagine you are a president for a local group on the CWI campus. How might you
lead the group if you are a laissez-faire leader?
Everyone in my group would have assignments for them to work on and
complete while maint