2.4
WORK-POWER-ENERGY
Work:
In our daily life work have many different meanings.
Ex: Consider a person holding a weight at a distance h off the floor as shown in figure.
In every day usage, we might say that the man is doing a work, but in our scientific

INTERNAL AUDITING
Definition of Internal Auditing
Internal auditing is an independent, objective
assurance and consulting activity designed to
add value and improve an organization's
operations. It helps an organization accomplish
its objectives by bringi

INTERNAL CONTROLS 101
Office of the Provincial
Controller Division
The COSO* Definition of Internal
Control
Internal control is a process, effected by an entitys
board of directors, management, and other personnel,
designed to provide reasonable assuranc

Calculus in Business
Assignment 1
Evaluate the following limits. Show complete solution.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
lim x 2
x 2
lim (2 x1)
x 2
lim
x 2
1
x
lim (3 x+ 2)
x 3
lim (3 x32 x 2 +4)
x 1
6.
lim
7.
lim
x 3
2
x+ 2
2
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
x 1
lim
x 3
x 1
x+1

Calculus in Business
The word calculus come from a Latin
word that means pebble.
One of the earliest methods of
calculation was the manipulation of
piles of pebbles.
The Roman abacus (or
calculator) made use of
pebbles instead of beads.
Physicians use

Work, Energy & Power
AP Physics B
There are many different TYPES of
Energy.
Energy is expressed
in JOULES (J)
4.19 J = 1 calorie
Energy can be
expressed more
specifically by using
the term WORK(W)
Work = The Scalar Dot Product between Force and Displaceme

Chapter 2
Galileos Great Discovery: How Things Fall
Galileo Galilei (15641642), the famous Italian mathematician at the leading edge
of the scientic revolution that was to sweep Europe, was curious about motion.
He was an experimentalist who for the rst t

Chapter 2
Energy and Energy Types
2.1 Energy
Energy is the capacity to do work. Energy comes in various forms, such as motion,
heat, light, electrical, chemical, nuclear energy, and gravitational. Total energy is
the sum of all forms of the energy a syste

DONORS TAX / GIFT TAX
1.
c.
ATTY. MACMOD
Definition and characteristics of the tax.
2. Requisites of a valid donation
a. _
b. _
_
d. _
e.
_
3. Classification of Donors and composition of the gross gift:
a. Resident or Citizens of the Philippines _
_
b. No