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Use the two points

P ( – 2 , – 3, 4 ) 9 ( – 6 , 4 , 3 )

then pg = positionofg – position of p

= – 47+75-1K

83. magnitude of PO = 16+49+1 = 586

04 .

unit vector in the direction of pg

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1) A particle travels along the x-axis according to the position function x(t) =43 -2t2 + 20t-2

during the interval [2, 6] where t is in seconds.

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conducting extensive market surveys, the research department provides the following estimates: A weekly demand of 200 toaster at price of $16 per toaster and a weekly demand of 300 toaster at a price of $14 per toaster. The financial department estimate that weekly fixed cost will be 1400 and variable cost (cost per unit) will be $4

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(a) Find (f + g) (x)

(b) Find (f – g) (x)

(c) Find (fg) (x)

(d) Find (f /g) (x) and state the domain.

(e) Find (f . g)(x) and state the domain.

(f) Find (g . f) (x) and state the domain.

3. Determine whether the function has an inverse function. If it does, find the inverse function. If

it does not, restrict the domain of the function and find its inverse.

(a) f(x) = x3+8

(b) f(x) = (x -4)2

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voicemail the store has found in a typical mail order brings in a profit of $30 and a typical voicemail order brings in a profit of $40 each mail order takes 10 minutes to process and each voicemail order takes 15 minutes how many of each type of order should the clerk process how if at all do the maximum profit in optimal processing policy change if the clerk must process at least three email orders and to voicemail orders

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world, is also the oldest living plant. Using carbon-14 dating of charcoal found along with fossilized leaf fragments, they arrived at an age of 43,000 years for the plant, whose exact location in south- west Tasmania is being kept a secret. What percent of the origi- nal carbon-14 in the charcoal was present?

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segment is drawn from point D to point D′ and from point E to point E′, which statement would **best** describe the line segments drawn?

They are parallel and congruent.

They are perpendicular to each other.

They share the same midpoints.

They create diameters of concentric circles.

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a) The vertices of a triangle are J(-2,2), K(-1,-3), and L(5,1).

i) is triangle JKL an equilateral, isosceles, or scalene triangle?

ii) Determine the perimeter of JKL

b) A(5,9), B(-3,3), and C(7,-5) are the vertices of a triangle. M is the midpoint of AB and N is the midpoint of AC.

i) Calculate the coordinates of M and N

ii) Show that MN is parallel to BC and half of BC

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nd elementary matrices E1,E2,E3 and E4 such that E4·E3·E2·E1·M = I.

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M =

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3

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matrices . We want to find inverse of E .

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c.$752634.42

d.$1248392.56

2.Annie opens a savings

account and makes a single deposit of $4000. The account has an annual interest rate of 2.3% compounded weekly. How much will be in the account 8 years later?

a.$4808.06

b.$4807.22

c.$4807.87

d.none of the above

Alia’s parents deposited $100 into a bank account at the end of each month since she was born. The account has an annual interest rate of 1.8% compounded monthly. How much was in the account on Alia’s 18th birthday?

a.$21988.80

b.$24355.91

c.$23084.68

d.$25487.45

The Smith’s purchase a home for $400000 and make a 20% down payment. They finance the remainder with the bank under the following conditions: payments are to be made at the end of each month, and the loan has an annual interest rate of 3.2% compounded monthly. If the mortgage has a term of 25 years, how much is the monthly payment?

a.$1583.01

b.$1550..97

c.$1621.46

d.none of the above

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coins. Using Hamilton’s method, apportion those coins to the investors based on their investment.

Investor Investment Allocation of 35 coins

Keegan $18,297

Tom $11,088

Trey $2,115

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vary the gene pool. Let x sub n denote the size of the population after n years, starting with a population of 50 elk.

a) when does the population exceed 150 elk?

b) after the time found in part a, no more elk will be added to vary the gene pool and hunting will be allowed eliminating 10 elk from the population annually. What is the fate of the population?

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How do you find the sine, cosine, and tangent values on the unit circle?

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ml. At what rate, in ml per hour will nurse set the infusion control device?

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subject to a: 6 Q, where f : R2 a R is given by f(:c) = 5:32 with a: = [$1,32]T, and Q = {a3 =

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Minimize the function 50000+20N+5q subject to Nq=2500. Interpret this in light of the Wilson lot size problem.

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12X – 8Y = -24

6.fIND 5 CONSECUTIVE EVEN INTERGERS WHOSE SUM IS 90

7.MARTIN SCORED 78%, 86%, AND 90% ON THREE SCIENCE EXAMS. wHAT MUST HE SCORE ON THE FOURTH TEST IN ORDER TO HAVE AN AVERAGE

GRADE OF 83%?

8.Solve 6-3[2x – 5] = -6

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a) algebraic expression that gives the total

amount of money they have

b) expression that gives each person’s share if they share the money equally

c) expression that gives the total remaining if each person spends $15

d) if the 4 people originally had a total of $119, how much did each person have?

. Peoples have money

x 1 2X , X12 ( x3

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= S X 412 -3

Su+g

b

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for equall share 2 5xtg

Now

they all 4 spend $15 each

Hence

total . 15×4 = $60…Math

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MATH 316 Complex Variables,

question in the picture above.

. Consider the following subsets of the complex plane: (a) (4 points) {z E C I Re(z2 + 1) = 0} (b) (4 points) {z 6 (Cl lz— 1| 3 2 and z 75 0} (c) (5 points) {z E (C | 2 7g 0 and — 7r/2 lt; Arg(z3) lt; 7r/2} Draw a picture of each of these subsets, and state (without proof) which of the following

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Two vectors up and 12 are said to be orthogonal

if their dot Product 4,.U2 is equal to zero .

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: Up and uz are not…

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Triangle ABC has coordinates A (-4, 4), B (4, 8), and C (4, 0).

a. Find

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Triangle ABC has coordinates A (-4, 4), B (4, 8), and C (4, 0).

a. Find

the coordinates of the vertices of triangle A’B’C after a dilation using a scale factor of 0.75.

b. Find the coordinates of the vertices of triangle A’B’C after a dilation of triangle A’B’C using a scale factor of 4.

c. Use the scale factors given in parts (a) and (b) to find the scale factor you could use to dilate triangle ABC to its final image in one step. Explain.

2) If a figure has at least one vertex in every quadrant, will its dilation have at least one vertex in every quadrant? Explain.

3) The length of one side of an original figure is 110 units. The length of the corresponding side of the image figure is 11 units. What is the scale factor of the dilation?

4) You have $45 to buy noisemakers and hats for a party you are hosting. Each noisemaker costs $1 and each hat costs $3.

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blood every house for fifteen hours. An analytical chemist who tests the blood sample can pipet one sample every 15 seconds. How long will it take her to pipet the samples for 2 patients from a 3 – phase clinical trial?

a). 7.5 min

b). 22.5 min

c). 25 min

d). 27.5 min

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Problem 1. Let m, n be nonnegative integers, and let ao, …, am and bo, …, bn be real numbers. Consider

the real-valued polynomial functions

m

f (x) = do +

A

ajxi

g(x) = bo +

M

bixi

j=1

j=1

You know from Calculus I that the functions f and g are differentiable. Assume that m and n are the

result.

degrees for f and g, respectively, and use what you know about derivatives to help prove the following

If f (x) = g(x) for all real numbers x, then m = n, and a; = bi for 1 lt; j lt;m.Math

1 ;

34 1 2 Show that if I is a continuous real- valued function on [ a , 6\ satisfying

` of ( 20 ) 9 ( 20 ) dac = 0 for every continuous function } on [a , 6], then

f ( ac ) = O for all ac in [ a , 6 ) .Math

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and the cost for planting soybeans was $140 per acre. The average farm used 445 acres of land to raise corn and soybeans and budgeted $85,600 for planting these crops. If all land and all the money budgeted is used, how many acres of each crop should they plant?

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Prove that no equilateral triangle in

the plane can have all vertices with rational coordinates.

Excerpt From: Richard Johnsonbaugh. Foundations of Mathematical Analysis.

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Extra credit

problems

# Find the sum of the series

6

n=1 ninth 20

3

# Does S 2n+1

n=1 ( n+ 1) 2

converges or diverges.

#

Given n+2 = an . Prove S any is decreasing ?Math

2. i. Carefully, graph the function f(x, y)=-3x-3y+2 on the first octant of a properly labeled coordinate system.

ii. Use a ruler to generate a contour map for the function f(x, y) = Vx – y , using z=0, 1, and 2 .

iii. Given f(x,y)=-

3-2x’y log, (2xquot;

4xy3 -2x? y

find f,(x, y) . (Do not simplify.)

3-2x’ y 10g, ( 2×3)

iv. Give a point (x, y) where the function f(x, y )=-

cannot be evaluated, and state the reason.

4xy3 – 2x’ yMath

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given an angle using the center and the radius length, how do you find the area?

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a-compounded semiannually, b-compounded quarterly, c-compounded monthly, d-compounded continuously.

Compound Interest formula :. A = P (1 + r jut

I

quot;1

final amount

initial amount , which is $10, 000

11

interest rat = 3010 =gt; in decimal form = 0.03

+

quot;1

time in yrs

=

m

(a) -…Math

y1(t)=(t+r)^3is a known solution of the linear differential equation:

y (t+4)^2- 5y’ (t+4)+

5 points. |Given that yl (t) = (t + r)3 is a known solution ofthe linear differential equation:

(t+42y—5(t+4)y’+9y=ﬂ t}—4 Use reduction of order to ﬁnd the general solution of the equation. Math

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Find the vector x determined by the given

coordinate vector [x] b and the given basis B.

Find the vector x determined by the given coordinate vector [x], and the given basis B.

3

4

B =

3

[X]B =

0

XE

(Simplify your answers.)Math

{I} Fine any parﬁeulsr nontrivial way, if possible, to express the zero vector in 3amp;1 as a linear combination of the vectors

[4,1], —2], [2, —1,{}} , and (5,4,—l] . Ifdoing this is possible, then write the linear combination in the manner discussed in

class. If this is not possible, explain whor it’s not. [2 points] Math

6 . 1

( a ) For each of the following matrices A determine if it is diagonalizable . If it is , find a diagonal matrix !)

and an invertible matrix P such that F- AP = D. ( You are not requested to find F-1, but it’s not a bad

idea to practice your skills in finding an inverse of a given matrix . If you do decide to find F -1, it is worth

to check that P- AP = D ; if you don’t , at least check that AP = PD.] Note that many of these matrices

appeared in Question 1 .Math

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much each person sold last week.

2) A restaurant holds 50 seats. Two types of seats are available the Friday night jazz festival: stage and dining. The cost of a stage is $15.00 and the cost of a dining is $5.00. If all 50 seats are sold the restaurant would collect $400.00. How many of each type of seat is available?

3) A polishing machine requires 1 hours to make a unit of Product A, and 4 hours to make a unit of Product B. The polishing machine operated for 200 hours producing a total of 80 units. How many hours were used to manufacture units of Product A?

4) Edgar and Janet divide a profit of $15 700. If Janet is to receive $4200 more than one-fifths of Edgar’s share, how much will Edgar receive?

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instructions are find the derivative of each function by using the product rule d(uv)/dx=(u)dv/dx+(v)du/dx. The instructions continue, Do not find the product before finding the derivative. The problem is:

y=6x(3x^2-5x).

I need some step by step help and an example that can help me with similar questions.

I really appreciate your time and help

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Determine whether the matrix is elementary. If it is, state the elementary row

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0

6

O

The matrix is elementary. It can be obtained from the identity matrix by interchanging two rows.

O

The matrix is elementary. It can be obtained from the identity matrix by multiplying a row by a nonzero constant.

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The matrix is elementary. It can be obtained from the identity matrix by adding a multiple of a row to another row.

O

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a) f(x) is continuous for all real

numbers

b) The limit as x approaches 1 does not exist

c) f(1) does not equal the limit as x approaches 1

d) f(1) is not defined

- If f(x) is a continuous function defined for all real numbers, f(-10) = -2, f(-8) = 5, and f(x) = 0 for one and only one value of x, then which of the following could be that x value? (5 points)

-7

-9

0

2

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a) log 0.00001 (2 marks)

b) log3 729 (2 marks)

c) log 1 (2

marks)

23. Express each of the following as a logarithm. Use a calculator to evaluate your answer correct to one decimal place.

a) 6x = 27

b) 4x+2 = 23

24. The number of people investing in a particular mutual fund at a bank is modelled by the function p(t) = 245(1.15)t

where t is the time in months, and p is the number of people.

a) How many people have invested in the mutual fund after 10 months?

b) How many months does it take for approximately 2000 people to invest in the mutual fund?

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1 —1 3 1 2 —1 Let T : R3 —gt; R3 such that T(17j) : 133-, j : 112, 3. Find the matrix A associated

to T in the canonical basis. Find a basis of its kernel and its image. Verify your

answers. Math

Rm is a one-to-one linear24. Prove that if’ T . {quot; – #` is a one – to- one linear transformation and S’ = (VI , I’ ] . …. It’ is a set

of linearly independent vectors from # quot;, then ( TIVI ) , TIVE) . …. TIVE’!’ is a set of linearly

independent vectors from `

Hint . Begin the proof by considering the dependence test equation :

[ I’ll vi ) + [ ] ( quot; ; ) + … + CT ( VA ) = 1`

Rewrite the left side using the linearity properties of’ I’ and use the Kernel Test for Injectivity .Math

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Mark all statements that must be correct.

a). DtA is a p × p matrix

b). F is a p × p matrix

c). (CD) t = Ct Dt

d). (A B) −1 exists and is B−1 A−1

e). A B = B A

f). A C B is invertible.

g). B−1 A B is invertible.

h). F is invertible.

j). B−1A−1ACB = C

k). (At ) −1 exists and is (A−1 ) t

l). At = A (a.k.a. A is symmetric)

m). F t = F

n). v 0F ≥ 0, for any vector v of appropriate dimension

o). v 0F v ≥ 0, for any vector v of appropriate dimension (a.k.a. F is non-negative definite)

6. (14 pt) Let A and B be invertible n x n matrices. C, D are a generic n x n and n x p

matrices respectively. F = D D. Mark all statements that must be correct.

( ) D’A is a p x p matrix

( ) F is a p x p matrix

( ) (CD) = Ct Dt

( ) (AB) – exists and is B-1 A-1

() AB = BA

( ) ACB is invertible.

( ) B-A B is invertible.

() F is invertible.

( ) B-A -‘ACB = C

( ) (At) -1 exists and is (A-1)t

( ) At = A (a.k.a. A is symmetric)

( ) F = F

( ) v’F 2 0, for any vector v of appropriate dimension

( ) v’Fv 2 0, for any vector v of appropriate dimension (a.k.a. F is non-negative

definite)Math

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(y).

xy2340034500656007670087900999001012300

Find the equation of the line or the general regression equation.

Notes in inputting answer:

-use small caps

-round off numbers to the nearest whole number

-do not add spaces between numbers and symbols

use the format

y=bx+a

or

y=a+bx

Examples

y=2+25x

y=25x+2

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enough protein for your diet. So, you decide to compare the price **per gram of protein** for the foods you commonly eat. The following four items were priced at Wal-Mart in 2014.

hint: find how many grams of protein are in whole package item. Then find unit rate. For example, if a tin of sardines has 2 servings and each serving has 5 grams of protein and I ate the whole tin I would have eaten 10 grams of protein. If the tin costs $2, each gram of protein cost me 20 cents.

Which item is the best purchase in terms of price per gram of protein?Servings

Grams of

Food Item

Price per item

per item

Protein per

Price per gram

(whole package)

serving

of protein

Bush Pinto

Beans

$0.84

3.3

7g

Jif Peanut

Butter

$3.98

25

7g

Bumblebee

Canned

$2.38

4

13g

Chicken

Cheerios

Cereal

$3.68

18

3g

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the angle and identify the reference angle. As well as terminal and tangent .

Thank you

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integral from 0 to s (bt+a)dt.

Can you please explain me, what this

Here the transformation T : P2 (s) −→ P2 (s) is defined by

Zs 2 T (as + bs + c) = (bt + a)dt.

0 Let a1 s2 + b1 s + c1 , a2 s2 + b2 s + c2 ∈ P2 (s) and k be a scalar.

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Find the x-coordinates of any relative extrema and inflection point(s) for the function f(x) =

3x(1/3) + 6x(4/3). You must justify your answer using an analysis of f ‘(x) and f (x). (10 points)

2.

What is the maximum volume in cubic inches of an open box to be made from a 16-inch by 30-inch piece of cardboard by cutting out squares of equal sides from the four corners and bending up the sides? Your work must include a statement of the function and its derivative. Give one decimal place in your final answer. (10 points)

3.

The position function of a particle in rectilinear motion is given by s(t) = 2t3 – 21t2 + 60t + 3 for t ≥ 0 with t measured in seconds and s(t) measured in feet. Find the position and acceleration of the particle at the instant when the particle reverses direction. Include units in your answer. (10 points)

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Problem 6. Give the definition of a linearly independent set of vectors .

Let {el . …. en’ be the standard basis of RX. Define fi = ejt eit1 . Prove that the

set of1 . … . In – Is is linearly independent . ( Hint : Use induction . )Math

color:rgb(0,0,0)A company (1 point) A company manufacturers and sells x electric drills per month. The monthly cost and

price-demand equations are C(x) = 75000 + 50x, JC = 210— —, 0 lt; lt; 5000.

p 30 J— (A) Find the production level that results in the maximum revenue. Production Level = (B) Find the price that the company should charge for each drill in order to maximize profit. Price = (C) Suppose that a 5 dollar per drill tax is imposed. Determine the number of drills that should

be produced and sold in order to maximize profit under these new circumstances. Number of drills = Math

The marginal cost of printing a poster when x posters have been printed

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dc

dx

21X

dollars. Find c(25) – c(9), the cost of printing posters 10-25.

The cost of printing posters 10-25 is

dollars.

(Simplify your answer.)Math

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that represents your unique scenario and a steps by steps explanation of how the order of operations is used to find your answer.

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Two Ferris wheels are rotating side by side at the Math Fair. The first Ferris wheel has a radius

of Tim and makes one complete revolution everv 16s. The bottom of the wheel is 1.5m above

the ground. The second Ferris wheel has a radius of Em and completes one revolution mrv 2i] 5. The

bottom of this wheel is 12m above the ground. a} Write the equation of a sinusoidal function that models the height of one car as it goes

around the Ferris wheel assuming that the car starts at the minim um at time zero. b} Write the equation of a sinusoidal function that models the height of one car as it goes

around the Ferris wheel assuming that the car starts at the minim um at time zero. c} 1Which car {1 or 2] will be higher at a time of 6 seconds? How much higher? Math

room Scenario Mr. Hamilton was frustrated with Danny’s performance in Math because he believed that Danny could do much better than what he wasdoing in Math. Being a caring and responsible teacher, Mr. Hamilton feels very concerned about Danny’s performance and future. He wants to make Danny realize that he can do much better in his future if he starts paying more attention toward his studies especially Math.

Mr. Hamilton should involve Danny’s parents in his effort of improving Danny’s grades. Like he is in charge in the classroom, Danny’s parents have the charge in the home. Mr. Hamilton should meet with Danny’s parents and inform them what role they can play in improving Danny’s academic performance. This includes monitoring Danny’s activities at home, providing Danny with a proper place to focus his attention, and linking timely completed homework with rewards. It is vital that Danny’s parents adopt the same approach that Mr. Hamilton has adopted i.e. praising Danny at the display of good performance, and look disappointed at poor performance and yet, encourage him to do better next time rather than scold him.

The monitoring system that can help determine the effectiveness of the instructional interventions should comprise both behavioral assessment and performance assessment. “Prereferral intervention strategies are generally determined by a committee of general education teachers before any specialists are included in the plan” (D’Amico and Gallaway, 2008, p. 4). For optimal performance, it is imperative that Danny feels satisfied and happy with the monitoring system. One way to achieve this is by gauging what intervention strategies Danny feels comfortable with. Instructional interventions can also be established by way of mutual consensus between Mr. Hamilton, Danny, and Danny’s parents.

References:

D’Amico, J., and Gallaway, K. (2008). Differentiated Instruction for the Middle School Math

Teacher: Activities and Strategies for an Inclusive Classroom. John Wiley &. Sons.

41000 In this essay, an attempt would be made to analyze the case and find a probable solution by making use of the ‘Cognitive Behavioral Theory.’ Nash had a mental health problem, schizophrenia, which had surfaced during middle age and stood as a stumbling block between his work and family. The gravity of the problem increased so much that Nash had to leave his job as a professor and eventually became institutionalized. His wife and his roommate Charles stood by Nash, as the depths of his make-believe or imaginary world surfaces. The precipitating set of circumstances could have stemmed from the fact that he was frustrated about not being able to come out with something unique in the mathematical arena, being a Math prodigy himself. His actions of arrogance and anxiety showed the extent of his stress and suffering. This problem had never occurred before but manifested itself when he could not accept his failure. He suffered a harrowing experience for many years to come to terms with himself and finally during the 1970’s he makes his foray into the world of academics by returning once again to teaching and research. Nash being a Mathematical genius had always aspired to create something original and unique that would be useful to society and the world at large. However, when his attempts failed to materialize, he withdrew himself from social circles and became a recluse in his own world. His obsession about making a significant contribution towards the subject of Math and the failure to achieve it had probably triggered his schizophrenia and led to his institutionalization. As a patient, he exhibited his anger and frustration through his actions because he was trapped in a helpless situation.

“Make your lives extraordinary!” says the Robin Williams character, John Keating who encourages his students to follow their passions. He is an unconventional teacher who encourages his students not to follow by rote learning methods but to follow their passions and to learn to think for themselves. The character of Jaime Escalante, a Math high school teacher in East Los Angeles is equally unconventional and daring in his classes, forever challenging his students to perform. He has a simple philosophy about learning – students will rise and perform to the level of the expectations about them and he constantly challenges the invisible barriers that exist in the students’ minds, about their Hispanic race and their poor socio-economic status being barriers to their performance in their lessons and challenges them all to study for an advanced AP calculus exam. The relationship between the teacher and his students in the “Dead Poets Society” that of mentor and co-conspirator, encouraging them to eschew traditional male socialization norms instilled in them by their own fathers, to follow a more unconventional path, although the non conformist views propagated by John Keating are unable to fly because the boys must face the reality of traditional socialization and gender roles.

According to Spence, “in contemporary society, gender is a central organizing principle in men’s and women’s images of themselves….and the construction of their social world is indisputable.”5 The socialization of males begins at home at an early age, because parents teach their children sex-appropriate roles and at adolescence, there is socialization along same-sex lines between parent and child.6 These gender roles continue when males move into the world and in the exclusive boy’s prep school that is featured in “Dead Poets Society,” it becomes obvious that the conventional roles of socialization continue to persist in spite of the unconventional teacher’s efforts. .

61500 The first section of the article has been set apart to make an in-depth study of the STEM education situation in the US utilizing all the data available from previous studies. The second section comprises of a detailed review of the existing federal programs in this context, with a focus on a few selected programs. The third and final section has dealt with the legislative options being considered by federal authority to implement remedial measures. The article introduces the topic by saying that many studies had found the country lacking in sufficient numbers of students, qualified teachers and skilled practitioners in STEM sectors. In the article, the gravity of this situation is described using relevant figures and the measures were taken by the government to rectify this problem are also analyzed. It is pointed out that in a recent international assessment, carried out among 15-year old students, “the US ranked 28th in math literacy, and 24th in science literacy (Kuenzi, 2008, p.1).” The article also has suggested that this has to be understood in the backdrop of “many US math and science teachers lack(ing) an undergraduate major or minor in those fields” (Kuenzi, 2008, p.1). It is specifically noted in this article that “the US ranks 20th among all nations in the proportion of 24-year olds who earn degrees in natural science or engineering (Kuenzi, 2008, p.2).” The legislation introduced in the 110th Congress based on previous study reports have been thoroughly scrutinized by Kuenzi’s article. The purpose of the report is stated as “to put these legislative proposals into a useful context” (Kuenzi, 2008, p.3)

Chapter 6_ Freedom versus Relativism Chapter 6_ Freedom versus Relativism Define and explain the terms determinism, indeterminism, fatalism, predestination, universal causation, and freedom.

Determinism

This is the philosophical thought that each occasion or state of undertakings, including each human choice and movement, is the unavoidable and important outcome of predecessor states of issues. In other word, Determinism implies the same thing as widespread causation. that seems to be, for each impact, occasion, or event in actuality, a reason or reasons exist. There is no such thing as an uncaused occasion.

Indeterminism

This is a hypothesis that says one occasion does not so much cause an alternate occasion to happen. An illustration is: Just on the grounds that I finished defectively in math does not mean I didnt attempt my best.

Fatalism

This is the view that whatever is going to happen, is going to happen, regardless of what we do. At the end of the day, the perspectives of believers in the doctrine shows that everything is controlled by the way of presence and past human impact.

Predestination

This is about God being in control of all that happens through history, including his decision of sparing some individuals for himself, while permitting others to go their own specific route along the way of sin. It is an idea hard joined to Gods sway, which is a statement used to portray the complete and private control God has over his creation.

Universal causation

This is the idea that each occasion is required by forerunner occasions and conditions together with the laws of nature. The thought is aged, yet first got subject to illumination and numerical examination in the eighteenth century.

Freedom

Freedom is the right and limit of individuals to focus their own particular movements, in a group which can accommodate the full improvement of human possibility. Flexibility may be delighted in by people yet just in and through the group.

2. Differentiate between hard and soft determinism, indeterminism, and fatalism. What are the problems associated with each theory?

Fatalism is the belief that all events are irrevocably fixed and predetermined so that human beings cannot alter them in any way. Hard determinism is the theory that if all events are caused, then freedom is incompatible with Determinism while Soft determinism is the theory that all events are caused but that some events and causes originate with human beings. The hard determinist criticizes the soft determinist by questioning how human beings can be said to originate any events when, if one traces causes back far enough, they end up being outside of the control of human beings (Thiroux &. Krasemann, 2006).

Some of the problems associated with these theories is that hard determinists push language out of context. Their arguments do not account for the complexity of the nature of human beings. Like the psychological egoist, they try to reduce what is in fact really complex to something simple, and this reductionism will not work. More so human minds and human perception are open ended and creative humans create their experience of the world. They are not mere passive receivers of sense experience, but active seekers and creators. In addition, Soft determinism seems to be the only tenable position. Acceptance of this position allows us to assign moral responsibility to human beings and to praise, blame, reward, and punish them when and if it is justifiable to do so.

3. Discuss whether you believe human beings are free or determined. If they are free, to what extent are they free? How is freedom linked with moral responsibility? What dignity does determinism attribute to human beings? If they are determined, what difficulty does this raise for morality?

As disclosed by nature substance is that which exists in itself and is considered as far as itself. Substance, then, is the reason for itself showing that causality is the same thing as sensible suggestion. Furthermore, God is the same thing as Nature, essentially, the psyche and the bodies are two parts of the same thing. This is an affirmation that all that exists is one substance and the mental and the physical are distinctive qualities of that substance. From this discernment, evidence indicating those human beings are determined.

4. How does the existentialist view of human consciousness relate to the argument for human freedom?

You will discover the rationality area under Arts and Humanities. As Sartre brings up in incredible subtle element, anguish, as the awareness of opportunity, is not something that people welcome. rather, we look for strength, character, and embrace the dialect of flexibility just when it suits us: those demonstrations are recognized by me to be my free demonstrations which precisely match the self I need others to take me to be. We are "sentenced to be free," which implies that we can never basically be who we are however are differentiated from ourselves by the nothingness of having ceaselessly to re-pick, or re-submit, ourselves to what we do. Normal for the existentialist standpoint is the real trick that we use much of lives formulating methodologies for denying or sidestepping the anguish of flexibility. One of these systems is "lacking honesty." Another is the speak to values

5. Research any of the following men and their work and explain in full the extent to which you think their theories are valid or invalid where freedom and determinism are concerned: Calvin and predestination. Newton and scientific determinism. Darwin and biological determinism. Hegel and historical determinism. Marx and economic determinism. Freud and psychological determinism. Skinner and behaviorism. William James and indeterminism. and Sartre and freedom.

Calvin and predestination

John Calvin’s doctrine of predestination has often been rejected as unjust. As stated by John Calvin, destiny is Gods unchangeable pronouncement from before the production of the world that he would uninhibitedly spare some individuals (the choose), destining them to endless life, while the others (the criminal) might be "banned from access to" salvation and sentenced to "unceasing passing. Calvin was mindful so as to recognize the destiny of people from the corporate decision of countries, for example, Israel. He contended that a description of destiny is just finish when it incorporates the race of people.

Newton and scientific determinism

As stated by the deterministic model of science, the universe unfolds in time like the workings of a flawless machine, without a shred of arbitrariness or deviation from the decided laws. The individual most nearly connected with the foundation of determinism at the center of up to date science is Isaac Newton, who existed in England about 300 years prior. Newton showed that his three laws of movement, consolidated through the methodology of rationale, could faultlessly anticipate the circles in time of the planets around the sun, the states of the ways of shots on earth, and the timetable of the sea tides all around the month and year, in addition to everything else. Newtons laws are totally deterministic on the grounds that they infer that anything that happens at any future time is finished controlled by what happens now, and additionally that everything now was totally dictated by what happened at whenever previously.

Darwin and biological determinism

Science is a political battleground more so than the other common sciences, where a political talk just truly exists around requisitions of advances and, after it’s all said and done typically due to the living effects of those innovations – that is their consequences for human or creature wellbeing and the environment. It is in this setting that different originations of what involves "personal temperament" have been furiously bantered about, and different clear endeavors to comprehend or clarify human (and creature) practices have been have advanced, and ideological fights battled.

Since the time that Charles Darwin initially distributed his Origin of Species in 1859, the relationship between the procedures of "regular choice" Darwin portrayed in nature has been nearly interwoven with human social and monetary structures. The expression "survival of the fittest", regularly ascribed to Darwin, was indeed initially utilized by political scholar Herbert Spencer in his The Principles of Biology in 1864, preceding being received by Darwin for later releases of Origin.

Reference

Thiroux, J. &. Krasemann, K. (2006). Ethics. Theory and practice Eleventh Edition [Paperback]. New York. CRC Press.

Nevertheless, we will assess the hypothesis using a two-tailed test. So according to given conditions we state that null hypothesis and alternative hypothesis will be

The scales utilized within the test instruments will be designed to denote the use of detailed statistical algorithms on the collected data. Preliminary data analysis will include descriptive statistics, which will encompass univariate analytic techniques such as means, modes, and standard deviations, and exploratory descriptive statistics, which will ascertain if the data collected, is normally distributed.

So the Pearson correlation (r) of popularity and math scores is equal to -0.368. So according to this small value of correlation coefficient, we conclude that there is a week negative association between these variables. This may imply as popularity level increases, math test scores decrease, and vice versa.

We use the correlation method to determine whether some variable that’s not under our control is associated – correlated – with another variable of our interest. Correlational studies aim at identifying relationships between variables.

So in the relationship between children’s level of popularity with their peers and their performance in academic tests they respond that there is no significant relationship between these popularity level and their maths scores.

The Descriptive procedure displays univariate summary statistics for several variables in a single table and calculates standardized values (z scores). Variables can be ordered by the size of their means (in ascending or descending order), alphabetically, or by the order in which we select the variables. Simple it is a useful procedure for obtaining summary comparisons of approximately normally distributed scale variables and for easily identifying unusual cases across those variables by computing z scores (Kinner, 2006, p.152).

This, therefore, means that health promotion has positive effects on practices and policies that support the organization’s profitability an individual’s employability Zenzano et al. 2011).

3.0 Importance of Health Education

Health education builds the skills, knowledge and positive attitudes of students about health. Health education teaches about social, mental, emotional and physical health. In addition to that, it motivates students to maintain and improve their health, reduce risk behaviors and prevent diseases. Healtheducationstudents are helped to learn skills that they will apply in making healthy choices in their entire life (Davidson 2010).

Effectivehealtheducationresults in positive changes in the student’s behavior which in the long run lower their risk around tobacco, alcohol and other drugs, prevention of injuries, sexuality and family life, physical activity, mental, nutrition and emotional health and prevention of diseases. Learning in other subjects is promoted through health education. One study indicated that math and reading scores of third and fourth-grade students were high for those who underwent a comprehensive health education and lower for those who did not. A number of studies have shown that the performance of healthier students is high. Their attendance is high, perform better on tests and have better grades. Thismeansthathealthystudentslearnbetter (Zenzano et al. 2011).

4.0 Role of Nurses in Health Promotion

Nurses have an important role in improving the adherence of the patient to the medicine. They do this by checking the knowledge of the patients, they’re understanding and providing them with personalized support and information. In addition to that, each nurse is supposed to ensure that their patient’s adherence to medicines improved. A follow-up to find out if there is a matter affecting the medicine taking the behavior of the patient should also be carried out by the nurse. Nurses are supposed to check the treatment management of the patient and take the necessary action if the patient fails to adhere(Zenzano et al. 2011).

Research Methods Exercise Check for Understanding: Directions: Answer the Multiple Choice and True/False Questions below about Research Designs to check your understanding.

1. If a researcher finds a negative correlation between two variables, then as values on one variable decrease, values on the other variable _______.

a. Increase

b. Decrease

c. Remain the same

d. Become negative

2. In an experiment, the potentially causal factor that is manipulated by the investigator is called the ___ variable.

a. Dependent

b. Independent

c. Control

d. Experimental

3. Dr. Johns carefully monitors and records the behaviors of children in her classrooms in order to track the development of their social and intellectual skills. Dr. Johns is most clearly engaged in:

a. Survey research.

b. Experimentation.

c. Replication.

d. Naturalistic observation.

TRUE/FALSE:

4. ______T_____ Quasi-experimental research lacks random assignment but typically

compares two groups that naturally exist (like boys vs. girls or two different classrooms of students).

5. ____T_______ A true experiment includes random assignment of participants to

either the experimental or control groups and allows researchers to determine cause and effect.

Directions: For the following scenarios, identify the following:

Independent Variable (IV), Dependent Variable (DV), Experimental Group (EG) and Control/Comparison Group (CG)

1. A principal is curious about the effectiveness of her afterschool tutoring program in increasing math grades. She compares the math test scores of students who attend the program to students who do not attend the program.

IV: After school tutoring program participation

DV: Math Grades

EG: Students attending the program

CG: Students not attending the program

2. Do teachers’ instructions influence students’ beliefs about the difficulty of concepts? To answer this research question, after a lecture where some teachers purposefully used phrases like “this concept is difficult” and other teachers taught the lecture without this phrase, students completed a survey indicating their perceived level of difficulty of the content.

IV: Wording of instructions

DV: Students perception of difficulty

EG: students who heard phrases like “concept is very difficult”

CG: students who did not hear such phrases

Application:

Directions: Read the scenarios below and identify the following about each research study. One to two words or phrases are fine for answers. This exercise will prepare us for what is to come next week when we evaluate research studies!

1. The type of research design: (experimental, quasi-experimental, or non-experimental)

2. The goal of the research: (predict, explain, describe, or control)

3. The method of data collection: (case study, survey, natural observation, laboratory, field)

4. Some advantages of the research design: (strength of findings. what conclusions can be drawn)

5. Some disadvantages or limitations of the research design: (time. efficiency. cost. training. limitations of conclusions)

Research Scenarios:

1. Researchers wish to examine the behaviors of college students at local bars. They hire young graduate students and train them to go to local college bars every Thursday, Friday, &. Saturday night for one month and record their observations of students. To be accurate, the graduate research assistants engage in conversations with the patrons and ask if they are college students. If so, they observe &. record the number of drinks consumed and flirtatious behavior over the course of the night. At the end of the month, the graduate students turn in their observations which are synthesized into a descriptive summary of college student behavior at local bars.

TYPE: non-experimental

GOAL: describe behavior in relation to flirtation and alcohol consumption

METHOD: natural observation

ADVANTAGE: simple methodology, natural settings leading to natural behavior

DISADVANTAGE: non-predictive, difficult to re-produce, many extenuating variables

2. Research out of the University of Washington examines what happens when students expect to be given alcohol but are actually given a placebo drink (non-alcoholic beverage that looks and tastes like alcohol but has no alcohol in it!). Students are invited to participate in the research study. Researchers then randomly assign students to one of four conditions: 1. expect alcohol/given alcohol. 2. expect alcohol/not given alcohol. 3. not expect alcohol/given alcohol. 4. not expect alcohol/not given alcohol (see the image below for clarification). Students are then instructed to come to the “Bar Lab” (a laboratory on campus designed to look like a bar. see image below) on their assigned day. Students in the expectation conditions are told that they will be given alcohol that day and then are either given the alcohol in group 1 or given the placebo drink in group 2. Students in the non expectation condition are told they will not be given alcohol and then are either tricked and given alcohol in group 3 or not given alcohol but given the placebo drink in group 4.

TYPE: experimental

GOAL: explain effects of alcohol intoxication (IE are they placebo effects or pharmacological effects)

METHOD: laboratory

ADVANTAGE: controlled variables, statistically rigorous,

DISADVANTAGE: unnatural settings may change participant’s behavior

Do you know anyone who seems to be the opposite time-management type from you? What differences have you noticed in that person’s style of time management?

I have known a friend who is never able to manage time no matter how hard he tries. The differences that I have noticed in him have included the fact that he is always rushing for things and he usually asserts his own self in a much less manner about things as I do. The result is that he usually ends up being late on most of the occasions.

What is the biggest time management challenge you face right now while learning in the online environment? What specific strategy do you think will help you the most as you face this challenge?

The biggest time management challenge that I face at the moment is of managing deadlines. These deadlines create problems for me since all of them are usually one after the other and thus my mind is always in a loop to solve the anomalies which exist. The strategy that I can make the best use of is taking one deadline at a time and working to full effect towards the completion of the task at hand. This will make me go with the flow and not to rush up things (Sternglass 1997).

5-What is the difference between an "active learner" and a "passive learner" to someone who has not taken this course. Would you consider yourself an active or passive learner?

An active learner is a person who is proactively consistent with his learning endeavors. A passive learner, on the other hand, tries to learn where there is a dire need to study and get acquainted with the different study regimes. I am an active learner since I remain abreast with the changing times.

6-Describe how you usually feel when you take a test-your emotion (positive and negative) and level of confidence. If you usually experience negative emotions when you take a test, describe how you like to feel instead. Be as specific as you can.

I usually feel very good when I test my emotions. I usually experience positive emotions whenever I take a test since I am always ready and willing to take a test. Since I want to achieve the best possible grades, I am always geared to give in my very best and this can only be done when I take the test in a positive fashion.

7-Whether your mathematical background is strong or not, you can probably think of one change you would like to make in your study habits in Math?

My mathematical background is adequately sound. The one change that I would like to incorporate is in the form of remaining alert with each and every question that comes under math. This is because there are at times tricky questions which need more attention than the previous ones. I need to show more perseverance and commitment to my math study regimes.

8-Identify three online databases (either print or electronic) in your college library. Use these databases to find two books and two magazine articles about a subject that interests you. Post the results of this research as an online link in your discussion response

The answer to this can only be found from the college library.

Works Cited

Sternglass, Marilyn S. Time to Know Them: A Longitudinal Study of Writing and Learning at the College Level. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1997

The key concept here is that there are an infinite number of rooms, so that our logic – which would terminate in the ‘real world’- can go on forever. This is called ‘Hilbert’s infinite hotel paradox’ and the famed hotel is often jokingly referred to a “Hilberts” analogously to “Hiltons”!

Infinity is a very hard concept to understand and possess the most absurd properties of any mathematically definable object. Cantor was the first mathematician to study the properties of infinite sets in greater detail. Suppose you group together all the even numbers (2, 4, 6, 8, 10…) and all the perfect squares (1, 4, 9, 16…) separately into two groups. Which group has more members? If selection was from a small set, say from the first 100 numbers, then the answer is fairly obvious. There are 50 even numbers in the list from 1 to 100 while there are only 10 perfect squares. As the set grows larger, we expect the ratio to remain the same. However, if the grouping is from the entire set of integers, then lo and behold, we find the rather unusual result that both the groups have exactly the same number of members! This is because, for every even number from the first set we can find a perfect square in the other set. Thus, since for every element in the first set there is a corresponding element in the next set, we have to conclude that no set has more members than the other. as if this were to be so, some even number would have no perfect squares to relate to.

Series’ show the remarkable properties of “Convergence and “Divergence”. These properties happen to be very well studied as they find applications in most branches of engineering. Take an apple pie and cut it in half. Cut one of these halves in half again and repeat the process. Initially you have 1 object (in this case a pie). It then becomes . The third iteration reduces it to . It is easy to see where we are going.