QUIZ 5 / FINAL
Below is a list of terms/concepts/theories to study for the final. The list is in the order of how they
were presented in the power points. They may be in a random order on the exam, but they still will be
organized by chapter.
CHOOSE FOUR OF THE SEVEN QUESTIONS BELOW:
1. Answer the Socratic question, "How should one live?"
2. Describe the four major approaches to moral differences outlined at the
beginning of Chapter 3. Which one comes closest to your viewpoint? Explain.
Units, Physical Quantities
1. Problem Solving Strategy
2. Standards and Units
3. Vector Algebra
Solving Physics Problems
Ability to solve physics problems
Measure of the understanding of physics
1. Read the problem carefully:
les gustan las actividades planeadas
no estan seguros
no les gustan las actividades planeadas
Sum - valor
Make Up problems
Plot [-180+100x-4x^2, (x, 0, 25)
B) Calculate P (0) plug-in 0 for n; -180 and explain what It means in simple terms: when producing very
few items we lose 180 (thousands).
Math 123 IC P2
Make up work
E1. Find 7% of $500.
500 * 0.07 = 35.
E2. You order a pizza for $23 and want to put a 20% tip on top of that. Find the total amount you will pay
to the nearest cent.
23 * 1.20 27.6
E3. Under certain conditions E. c
Section 4.4 #s 3, 7
a) Use exponential regression to model C as an exponential function of t.
C = 29.490 x 1.076t
b) By what percentage does the value of the 1877 cent increase from year to year?
b) C = 212.788 x 1.082t
#1 A student is driving to Kansas. His car takes 16 gallons of gas. When driving at 65 mph the
car uses 1.8 gallons per hour. He fills up the car before leaving Macomb, IL. He starts driving at
a) Set up t
Equilibrium values for difference equations are points such as t = 1 where the function
neither increases nor decreases. In difference equations the term stable is very ambiguous being
that the function is non-contentious and can jump the equilibrium poin
Equilibrium values of difference equations are when the dependent variables is equal to a
point where the equation an = f(an) equals zero. For difference equations a stable point is
defined as a point where an = f(an) converges upon an equilibrium point.
Net Change in account
In paraenthesis indicates the number is negative
No, it is unstable due to the f