AP CALCULUS
Curve sketching and analysis
y = f(x) must be continuous at each:
dy
critical point:
= 0 or undefined
dx
local minimum: and look out for endpoints
dy goes (,0,+) or (,und,+) or d 2 y >0
dx
dx 2
local maximum:
2
dy goes (+,0,) or (+,und,) or d
Math in Decision Making
Knots: Assignment #1
Math hasnt always been a harder subject for me. When I was in third
and fourth grade I finished my times tables in no time. Middle school was
fine, I managed to still get good grades and I understood most of wh
Math in Decision Making
Homework 2
1/28/14
The puzzle PHP3-2 is a picture hanging puzzle where you need to hang up a
picture using three nails and if you were to pull out two nails the picture
would fall to the ground. You can label your nails as A, B, an
Math in Decision Making
Homework 5
4/17/15
Written Assignment #1
The language system used for the first statement, The next spin of
this roulette wheel will land on zero., is the language of propositions. It is
this language system because it can be eithe
Math in Decisions Making
Knot Project
2/20/15
Knot Projection
My friend is not tricolorable because in order for a knot to be
tricolorable all three strands at each crossing have to be the same color or
they all have to be different colors but at least tw
Math in Decision Making
Homework 4
3/27/15
Cantor Assignment #4
If you have two sets of A and B and they are both countably infinite
you can have a matching between the elements of A and B. There are many
ways to find a matching between elements but I wil
Math in Decision Making
Homework 3
3/11/15
Cantor: Assignment #3
Given the information we know about set T and set J, we can figure out
the elements of the sets. Since set T is the sum of four positive integers to
represent 10, 4 + 2 + 3 + 1 = 10, is an e
Math in Decision Making
Cantor Homework 2
3/4/15
Cantor: Assignment #2
Set T and set J are matching because they each have the same number
of elements in them. These two sets have the same number of elements
because they both have to symbolize the sum of
To use the picking numbers method, you need to select numbers and plug them into the
answer choices. Youre essentially testing the relationships between the variables in each
given answer and ensuring they remain true. It doesnt matter what specific numbe
Math IC Algebra
Strategies
There are several ways to
answer most algebra problems.
You could try to solve a problem
by using standard algebra and
setting up and solving an
equation. Alternatively, you
could try to avoid algebra and
simply plug the answer
Writing Equations
For some questions on the Math IC test, youll need to translate the problem from a language youre used toEnglish
into a more useful, albeit less familiar language. Were talking about the language of math, of course, and one of
your major