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THE METRIC SYSTEM: UNITS AND UNIT CONVERSIONS
What is a metric system? The metric system is the measuring system based on the meter, liter, and gram as units of length, capacity, and weight or mass. The easier way to memorize the metric system is by using the memorization line: “King Henry Died by drinking chocolate milk” Where: King has K
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AP Statistics 00.0.0: Course Syllabus
This course is designed as an instructional resource for Math and Statistics students, and to prepare advanced learners for the College Board AP Exam.o California Department of Education Math Standardso Advanced Placement Probability and StatisticsThis discipline is a technical and in-depth extensio
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Exponential & Logarithmic Functions Bundle (Algebra II) Common Core Aligned
The problems and activities within this document are designed to assist students in achieving the following standards: HSF.LE.A, HSF.IF.C.7.E, HSF.IF.C.8, HSN.Q, as well as the standards for mathematics practice and the literacy standards. They are also designed to help the teacher assess the studen
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EXPONENTIAL DECAY WITH EXAMPLES
Exponential growth or decay can be modeled using an exponential function of the form: y = P ( a) ^x P = initial value of y x = time or any value for x a = multiplication factor If then the function y is an exponential decay where a = 1 - r and r is the decay rate as a decimal number. This doc
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Fraction Unit - Eleven Lessons
This Fraction Unit includes Fraction Unit Lesson plans broken down by Objective, Involve Learner, Essential Questions, Procedure/Activity, Closure, and Differentiation! Topics include: Simplest Form, Equivalent Fractions, Comparing Fractions, Adding & Subtracting Like & Unlike Denominators,
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CALCULUS: LOCAL MAXIMUM AND LOCAL MINIMUM
Objectives: Upon completion of this section, the student should be able to: • Use derivatives to determine the intervals of increase and decrease of a given function • Use the First Derivative Test to determine any local maximum or minimum points
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CALCULUS: INFLECTION POINTS AND INTERVALS OF CONCAVITY
Objectives: Upon completion of this section, the student should be able to: • Find inflection points • Use the concavity test to determine the intervals of concavity of a function
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Intro: Why significant figures matter and how to use them
This is the way I have introduced significant figures to my classes ranging from 8th grade physical science to analytical chemistry at the college level. The point is to introduce how to use sig figs, but more importantly why we use them. The slides are animated and intended to allow teachers to w
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Summation(sigma) notation and Riemann Sums
Summation or sigma notation is a way to express a long sum into a single compact expression.FINDING THE AREA UNDER THE CURVE OF A FUNCTION BY USING RECTANGLES Given a continuous function that is defined over an interval [a,b], we can approximate or find the exact the area under the curve of f(x) by
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SIGMA NOTATION AND RIEMANN SUMS - A general introduction
This lesson on using Riemann sums to find the area under the graph of a function is intended for students enrolled in AP Calculus AB or BC, Calculus Honors, or College Calculus.The procedure outlined in this e-book is a step by step example on how one can approximate the net area between the x-axis
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The difference quotient formula and the derivative
In this e-document we describe the process of finding the difference quotient formula of a function. Next we show how we can use the difference quotient to find the derivative ( rate of change function) of a function.Some examples on how to use the derivative to find the slope of tangent line at a s
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