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Ch 05 HW
Ch 05 HW
Due: 11:59pm on Thursday, August 14, 2014
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Item 1
An Atwood machine consists of two blocks (of masses
and
) tied together with a massless rope th
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Ch 09 HW
Ch 09 HW
Due: 11:59pm on Sunday, October 5, 2014
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Learning Goal:
Understand how to find the equation of motion of a particle undergoing uniform cir
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Ch 08 HW
Ch 08 HW
Due: 11:59pm on Monday, September 15, 2014
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Item 1
Part A
In a lab environment, you are investigating the impulse of a force exerted on a brick w
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Reaction Paper for President Dutertes SONA
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EM 121: Analytic and Solid Geometry
Rectangular or Cartesian Coordinates of a
Point
Distance Formula
Midpoint Formula
Gradient or Slope of a Line
Equations of a Straight Line
Directed Distance from a Line to a Point
Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
Angle
INTRODUCTION TO
PROBABILITY
AND STATISTICS
FOURTEENTH EDITION
Chapter 3
Describing Bivariate
Data
BIVARIATE DATA
When
two variables are measured
on a single experimental unit, the
resulting data are called bivariate
data.
You can describe each variable
INTRODUCTION TO
PROBABILITY
AND STATISTICS
FOURTEENTH EDITION
Chapter 3
Describing Bivariate
Data
BIVARIATE DATA
When
two variables are measured
on a single experimental unit, the
resulting data are called bivariate
data.
You can describe each variable
Chapter 9: Recurrence Relations
Discrete Mathematics:
Theory and Applications (Revised Edition)
Learning Objectives
Learn about recurrence relations
Learn the relationship between sequences and
recurrence relations
Explore how to solve recurrence relation
Chapter 7: Counting Principles
Discrete Mathematics:
Theory and Applications (Revised Edition)
1
Learning Objectives
Learn the basic counting principles
multiplication and addition
Explore the pigeonhole principle
Learn about permutations
Learn about
Chapter 8: Discrete Probability
Discrete Mathematics:
Theory and Applications (Revised Edition)
Learning Objectives
Learn the basics of discrete probability
Learn about conditional probability
Become familiar with the Bayes theorem
Learn about binomial pr
Chapter 8: Discrete Probability
Discrete Mathematics:
Theory and Applications (Revised Edition)
Learning Objectives
Learn the basics of discrete probability
Learn about conditional probability
Become familiar with the Bayes theorem
Learn about binomial pr
INTRODUCTION TO
PROBABILITY
AND STATISTICS
FOURTEENTH EDITION
Chapter 2
Describing Data
with Numerical Measures
DESCRIBING DATA WITH
NUMERICAL MEASURES
Graphical
methods may not always be
sufficient for describing data.
Numerical measures can be created
Plane and Solid Geometry Formulas Prepared by: RTFVerterra
ASIAN
can be found by
considering one
segment, which has
the form of an
isosceles triangle.
DEVELOPMENT
RADIUS OF
CIRCLES
FOUNDATION
Circle
circumscribed
about a triangle
(Cicumcircle)
COLLEGE
A c
Unit II
References:
Chapter3&4: Analytic Geometry by G. Fuller
Chapter11: Analytic Geometry in Calculus by J. Wiley
Chapter7: College Algebra by R. D. Gustafson
Conic Sections
each one is the intersection of a plane and a right-circular
cone
equations
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ARCHMATH 42 Practice Problems
Part 1
3
5
1. Given
2. If
2
4
4
3. At what point on the curve
4. Find of
2
1 would the slope of the tangent line be 4?
6. Given that
and
2
25
7. Given
100, find
8. If
3
2 7
9. Given that
.
4, then w
10.2
The Theory of Equations
(10-9)
537
10.2 T H E T H E O R Y O F E Q U A T I O N S
In this
section
The Number of Roots to a
Polynomial Equation
The Conjugate Pairs
Theorem
Descartes Rule of Signs
Bounds on the Roots
The zeros of a polynomial function P(
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UNIT I: THE CARTESIAN PLANE
Distance Formula
1) Find the distance between the points P(-2, 1) and Q(3, 4)
3 22 4 12
3 22 4 12
d
d
d 5 2 32
d 25 9
d 34 5.83
2) Verify that the points P(2, 1), Q(4, 0) and R(5, 7) form the vertices of a right triangle.
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Basic Differentiation Formulas
In the table below, ? 0 B and @ 1B represent differentiable functions of B
Derivative of a constant
Derivative of constant
multiple
Derivative of sum or
difference
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Product Rule
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