708 CHAPTER 9 Applications of Trigonometric Functions
Figure 41 y
x) = sin x+ cos (2x)
Notice that f is periodic, with period 217.
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heck: Graph Y1 = sin x, Y; = cos(2x), and Y3 = sin .1: + cos(2x)
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SECTION 9.1 Applicationslnvolving RightTriangles 675
The distance sin statute miles is given by the formula 5 = r6, where 6 is measured
in radians. Then, since
a a 2023' e 0337150 e
774 CHAPTER 10 PelarCeerdinates;Vecters
In Preblems 8 end 9, test the peter equetiert fer symmetry with
11'
respect te the pefe, the peter axis, and the fine 6 = E.
8.r2cesd=5 9.r=5sin0ces2fi
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742 CHAPTER 10 PolarCoordinates;ttectors
10.3 The Complex Plane; De Moivre's Theorem
PREPARING FOR THIS SECTION Before getting started, review the following:
- Complex Numbers (Section 1.3, pp. 1041
Chapter Test 773
69. Find the vecter r in the xy-plane with magnitude 3 if the 70. Find the vecter r in the try-plane with magnitude 5 if the
directien angle cf 1' is 60. directien angle at r is 150.
SECTION 9.5 Simple Harmonic Motion; Damped Motion; Combining Waves 707
on the same coordinate system. See Figure 40(a). Now, select several values
GT 311' .
of 1:, say, .1: = U, x = E, x = 1T, x = 7,
69.
In Praaiems 7180, graph each paler eqaatian.
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71. r = 1L36 (parabaia)
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.r 32cas6 erpse
75. r = 6, 6 E U (spiral afArchimedes)
77. r = csc 2, 0 <2 6 <2 qr (canchaia')
tan d, E s: B at.
Chapter Prejects 775
4. What will happen te the aircraft if the drag is increased that ferce = niass X acceleratien (F = ma). If the mass is
while the thrust is held censtant? measured in kilegrams (k
SECTION 11.1 Conics 777
11.1 Conics
OBJECTIVE 1 Knowthe Names ofthe Conics (p.777)
1 Know the Names of the Conics
The word conic derives from the word cone. which is a geometric figure that can be
Year 1 - Sales Forecast (12 Months)
Enter your Company Name here
Fiscal Year Begins
6/1/2017
12-month Sales Forecast
Jun-17
Jul-17
Aug-17
Sep-17
Oct-17
Nov-17
Dec-17
Jan-18
Feb-18
Mar-18
Apr-18
Annual
1. Assignments:
Manchester United Buccaneer case study.
Applying valuation models that you have learnt from this class and other classes, identify the fair
value of this famous English football club a
Firm Analysis Report Format
Table of Contents
1. Company profile
1.1 Key fact
1.2 Key financial performance
1.3 Key executives
1.4 Ownership and major holders
1.5 Company history
2. Company business o
Loss Contingencies
Common loss contingencies:
Litigation, claims, and assessments.
Guarantee and warranty costs.
Premiums and coupons.
Environmental liabilities.
IFRS
Provision:aliabilityofuncertaint
US GAAP
Contingencies
An existing condition, situation, or set of
circumstances involving uncertainty as to
possible gain (gain contingency) or loss (loss
contingency) to an enterprise that will
ultim
PROVISIONS AND CONTINGENCIES
SIMILARITIES
2. Recognizing provisions for costs associated with future
operating activities is prohibited.
3. Require disclosures related to contingent liabilities that
Case 6.5: Avis Love, Staff Accountant
This case is about a staff accountant named Avis Love who has developed close friendship with client
personnel. Such friendships could prove to be problematic to
Case Avis
Answer:
1. It would have been inappropriate for Avis to substitute another store for Store 51 after she discovered
the cutoff errors in that stores account records because that would be cove
Accountant
Answer
5. I would have recommended that Avis or her colleagues use auditors judgment to determine the
materiality of the cutoff errors instead of using other methods such as the percentage
Case Avis
Question 3
Parties that could be potentially effected:
a. Mo: Avis had no obligation to Mo whatsoever, Avis had an obligation to the public and to representing
all financial statements and e
PROVISIONS AND CONTINGENCIES
SIMILARITIES
1. require an entity to recognize a loss if:
A present obligation exists as a result of a past
event.
It is probable that a loss will occur.
A reliable est
Case 6.5: Avis Love, Staff Accountant
Key facts:
1. Avis Love, a staff accountant for one of the major accounting firms, was assigned to the annual audit
of Lowell, Inc., which operated a chain of ret
12/17/2012
MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS
FOR BUSINESS (MTH171)
Lecture 1
Applying Calculus in Business & Economics 1
1
Objectives
Understand rates of changes and the process
of differentiation.
Be able
11/12/2012
MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS
FOR BUSINESS (MTH171)
Lecture 9
Introduction to Linear Programming
1
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Identify Linear Programming (LP) problems
Understand the basic assumptio
11/12/2012
MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS
FOR BUSINESS (MTH171)
Lecture 10
Introduction to Linear Programming with
Excel Solver
1
Review Lecture 9
What are Linear Programming (LP) problems?
What are the
11/12/2012
MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS
FOR BUSINESS (MTH171)
Lecture 8
Introduction to Inventory Control Models
1
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Understand the importance of inventory control and its
decisions
U
1/14/2013
MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS
FOR BUSINESS (MTH171)
Lecture 7
Annuities and other Financial Instruments
1
Objectives
Understand annuities and be able to compute
the present value of an annuity.
10/26/2012
Mathematical Applications For
Business (MTH171)
Lecture 6
Regular Payments
1
Objectives
Recognize and evaluate a geometric
progression:
Geometric progression vs. arithmetic progression
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