WORK SCHEDULE AUGUST 2014
ART 105: ART APPRECIATION
-WEEK 1 INTI SUBANG
MONDAY 18.8.2014
AUP A / HUM A1 N1
8 10am
-Introduction to ART STYLES
Introduction to MODERN EXPRESSIONISM
STUDIO PROJECTS
Assignment 1: SAMPLES OF MODERN EXPRESSIONISM
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Topic 1:
LIMITS AND CONTINUITY
1.1 Limit of a Function and Limit Law
If approaches the limit L as c, then we write
lim =
1.2 Relationship between one-sided
and two-sided limit
1. If approaches the number L as approaches from the right
(right-hand limit),

Name: Amir Ashraf bin Shahrudin
Matric No: J15020052
TITLE: Galvanic Cells and the Nernst Equation
AIM: To determine the concentration and cell potential of an unknown solution using the
galvanic cells and Nernst equation.
PROCEDURE: Please refer to page

Experiment 8
Name: Amir Ashraf bin Shahrudin
Matric No: J15020052
TITLE: Computer-Assisted Acid-Base Titration
AIM: To determine the concentration of HCl solution using acid-base titration and its
equivalence point with the help of computer.
PROCEDURE: Pl

ECO 151 INTRODUCTION TO MICROECONOMICS
TUTORIAL QUESTIONS _PART 1
TOPIC 1 : INTRODUCTION, BASIC CONCEPTS, ECONOMIC MODELS
1. What is the opportunity cost for each of the following persons?
a. The last movie screening for Avengers is on a Wednesday afterno

TRUTH
CHAPTER SIX: TRUTH
Knowledge is at least warranted (justified, evidence
based), true belief. Eg. I know the sun will rise from
the east tomorrow.
I know God exists is belief and not knowledge.
Paul Gettier uses examples to show that something
more

Art and the Meaning
of Life
CHAPTER NINE: POSTSCRIPT: ART AND MEANING
The thing that's cool about music
is how unnecessary it is. Of all
things, music is the most
frivolous and the most useless.
You can't eat it, you can't drive
it, you can't live in it,

Introduction to
Philosophy
Textbook
Students must acquire the textbook for this
class as quizzes and assignments might be
taken from there.
Velasquez, Manuel Velasquez, 2004,
Philosophy-a text with readings. 9th
ed., California: Wadsworth.
Anything
said a

EPISTEMOLOGY
PHILOSOPHY OF KNOWLEDGE
CHAPTER FIVE: THE SOURCES OF KNOWLEDGE
Everything we claim to know, whether in
science, history or everyday life, amounts to
little if we are unable to support our claims.
Thus, everything needs justification.
Episte

PHILOSOPHY
& GOD
CHAPTER FOUR: PHILOSOPHY AND GOD
CHAPTER FOUR: PHILOSOPHY AND GOD
The choice between belief and unbelief
influences ones view of themselves and
much more. (John Hicks The Road)
Definition of religion? (pg 231) Difficult to
define. Very

CHAPTER TWO: HUMAN
NATURE
Human
Nature
CHAPTER TWO: HUMAN
NATURE
Why Study Human Nature?
Human nature refers to what it means to be a member of
our species, what makes us different from anything else.
Basic Question of Phil.
- Who and What am I?
Quest

Reality and
Being
CHAPTER THREE: REALITY AND
BEING
Metaphysics
is the branch of philosophy
that asks what reality and being are, and
questions what can ultimately matter.
Reality usually consists only of physical
objects. If so, how real are God, economic

Ethics
CHAPTER SEVEN: ETHICS
Ethics is the study of those values that relate to
our moral conduct, including questions of good
and evil, right and wrong, and moral
responsibility.
Morality consists of standards held by an
individual or group about whats

MAT1131- MATHEMATICS 1/
MAT143- FUNDAMENTALS OF ALGEBRA & CALCULUS
CHAPTER 1
SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS, REMAINDER THEOREM AND FACTOR THEOREM
LEARNING OUTCOMES:
At the end of this chapter, you should able to
-Solve simultaneous linear and non-linear equations

PMC0075
CALCULUS
The Derivative
The Derivative
Derivative Rules
2
f
lim
h 0
a
h f
a
is called the derivative of
h
We write:
f x lim
h 0
f
x h
f
f
at
a.
x
h
The derivative of f with respect to x is
There are many ways to write the derivative of y f
x
f

Topic 1:
CONTINUITY
Continuity
Intuitively, a function is said to be continuous if
we can draw a graph of the function with one
continuous line. I. e. without removing our
pencil from the graph paper.
Continuity
A function f is continuous at the point x =

CHAPTER 11 POLAR COORDINATES AND CONIC SECTION
11.3 Polar Coordinates
Coordinate systems are just ways to define a point in space. For instance in the Cartesian
coordinate system at point is given the coordinates (x,y) and we use this to define the point

Chapter 8
Techniques of Integration
Revision Basic Integration Rules
Objective
Fitting integrand to basic rules
A major step in solving any integration problem is recognizing the proper basic
integration formula to be used. This is not easy. One of the ch

CHAPTER 10 INFINITE SEQUENCES AND SERIES
In this chapter we shall study sequences and (infinite) series. Even though, this chapter deals
almost exclusively with series, we need to understand some of the basics of sequences in order
to deal with series.
Se

10.2
Infinite Series
1. What is the difference between infinite sequence and infinite series?
_
_
2. How is an infinite series denoted? _
3. What is
Sn
?
_
_
4. How is convergence or divergence of an infinite series determined?
_
5. When will a series con

10.1 Sequence
The following are questions to consider when you view the videos.
1.
What is a sequence?
_
_
2.
State the domain and range of a sequence.
_
_
3.
What does
an represent?
_
4.
How is a sequence denoted in general?
_
5.
How do we determine whet

TUTORIAL 3
Derivatives 1
1) Find the derivative of the following functions:
a)
f x 28
b)
f x 5 x
c)
f x
d)
e)
y 4x
y 5x
b)
5
1
y
c)
x
x
x
5
2
2) Differentiation each function with respect to
a)
f x
3
9
1
x
f x
3x
8x
4
5
5
x
x 3
y 3x
4
5
1
3
e)
5
2

TUTORIAL 4
Derivatives
1) Find the derivative of the function,
a) y 4 3 x
y 5x
3
4x
b)
c)
d)
h x ln 4 x
e)
y
f)
y e
5
y ta n x
g)
2
f x 2e
x
5 ln x x
2
5x 3
2
7
s in x c o s x
cos x
3
3 x 1
2) Find the second derivative of the function
3) Find the th

TUTORIAL 2
Continuity
1) Use the definition of continuity to show that :
f (x) x 3x 1
2
is continuous at
x 2
2x 3
2) Find the value(s) of
x
for which
f (x)
3) Find the value(s) of
x
for which
f (x)
4) Find the value(s) of
x
for which
2 x 1, if x 1
f (x

TUTORIAL 5
Application of Derivatives
1) Find all the critical points for the following functions.
x 9
2
a)
f (x)
b)
f (x) x 8x 3
c)
f
x
4
x
2
x 2
x 3
2
2) Determine the intervals on which the following functions is increasing or decreasing.
f (x) 2 x 14

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