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The document is a math worksheet in Thai that provides examples of exponent operations with positive exponents to solve. It contains 10 problems involving operations like multiplication, division, and raising numbers and variables to positive exponent powers. The student is asked to solve each problem by writing the expression in exponent form.

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The document appears to be a worksheet in Thai for students to practice properties of exponents. It contains 20 problems where students are asked to simplify expressions involving exponents and write their answers in the provided blanks. Some example expressions include (ab)–5, 25a3b–6, (a–3b2)–3, and {(7n)–2 × (14n)6} ÷ (128 × 74)n. The worksheet is intended to help students practice simplifying exponential expressions and working with positive and negative exponents.

ใบงานที่ 1

The document contains math problems involving exponents. The problems involve calculating expressions with numbers, variables, and negative numbers raised to various powers. The expressions are left blank for the student to calculate and fill in.

ใบงานที่ 3

The document provides 10 problems to calculate products of numbers raised to positive integer powers. For each problem, spaces are provided to write the calculated results. The document appears to be a Thai language practice worksheet on calculating products of numbers raised to powers, as it is titled "Practice worksheet on calculating products of numbers raised to positive powers". It provides name, class and student number fields at the bottom.

Change 4 to its simplest form

The document contains 4 math problems: 1) Simplify 4 to its simplest form, which is 4. 2) Find the missing numbers in the equation _ = 2 = _4_2, which are 1 and 3. 3) Solve the equation 5 - 2 = _, which is 3. 4) Convert the decimal 0.39 to the fraction 39/100.

A26-2 Polynomials Notes

This document discusses evaluating and graphing polynomial functions. It defines a polynomial as a function with only positive or zero integer exponents. It states that a polynomial's degree refers to the highest exponent in the function. The document provides examples of linear and quadratic polynomials and their degrees. It also outlines methods for evaluating polynomials using direct substitution or synthetic substitution, and describes how to graph polynomials by determining the end behavior and making a table of values to find the middle portions.

4.2 agraphing

The document summarizes key concepts for graphing linear equations in algebra 1, including that a solution to an equation is an ordered pair that makes the equation true, the solution set is all possible solutions, and the graph of a linear equation forms a straight line. It provides instructions for graphing equations by rewriting the equation, choosing x-values to substitute in, and plotting the resulting ordered pairs. Horizontal and vertical lines are also discussed, with the key point being that equations containing only x or y will produce horizontal or vertical lines when graphed.

Exponents

The document explains exponents and provides examples of writing expressions using exponents. It includes problems for students to solve involving evaluating expressions with exponents for given values of variables and writing expressions using exponents.

A28-4 log fxns notes

Logarithmic functions are the inverse of exponential functions. Logarithms allow mathematicians to solve equations involving exponents, like 2x = 6, by writing it in log form. The domain and range of exponential functions are flipped for logarithmic functions. Log functions have a horizontal asymptote at the line y = 0.

ใบงานที่ 5

The document appears to be a worksheet in Thai for students to practice properties of exponents. It contains 20 problems where students are asked to simplify expressions involving exponents and write their answers in the provided blanks. Some example expressions include (ab)–5, 25a3b–6, (a–3b2)–3, and {(7n)–2 × (14n)6} ÷ (128 × 74)n. The worksheet is intended to help students practice simplifying exponential expressions and working with positive and negative exponents.

ใบงานที่ 1

The document contains math problems involving exponents. The problems involve calculating expressions with numbers, variables, and negative numbers raised to various powers. The expressions are left blank for the student to calculate and fill in.

ใบงานที่ 3

The document provides 10 problems to calculate products of numbers raised to positive integer powers. For each problem, spaces are provided to write the calculated results. The document appears to be a Thai language practice worksheet on calculating products of numbers raised to powers, as it is titled "Practice worksheet on calculating products of numbers raised to positive powers". It provides name, class and student number fields at the bottom.

Change 4 to its simplest form

The document contains 4 math problems: 1) Simplify 4 to its simplest form, which is 4. 2) Find the missing numbers in the equation _ = 2 = _4_2, which are 1 and 3. 3) Solve the equation 5 - 2 = _, which is 3. 4) Convert the decimal 0.39 to the fraction 39/100.

A26-2 Polynomials Notes

This document discusses evaluating and graphing polynomial functions. It defines a polynomial as a function with only positive or zero integer exponents. It states that a polynomial's degree refers to the highest exponent in the function. The document provides examples of linear and quadratic polynomials and their degrees. It also outlines methods for evaluating polynomials using direct substitution or synthetic substitution, and describes how to graph polynomials by determining the end behavior and making a table of values to find the middle portions.

4.2 agraphing

The document summarizes key concepts for graphing linear equations in algebra 1, including that a solution to an equation is an ordered pair that makes the equation true, the solution set is all possible solutions, and the graph of a linear equation forms a straight line. It provides instructions for graphing equations by rewriting the equation, choosing x-values to substitute in, and plotting the resulting ordered pairs. Horizontal and vertical lines are also discussed, with the key point being that equations containing only x or y will produce horizontal or vertical lines when graphed.

Exponents

The document explains exponents and provides examples of writing expressions using exponents. It includes problems for students to solve involving evaluating expressions with exponents for given values of variables and writing expressions using exponents.

A28-4 log fxns notes

Logarithmic functions are the inverse of exponential functions. Logarithms allow mathematicians to solve equations involving exponents, like 2x = 6, by writing it in log form. The domain and range of exponential functions are flipped for logarithmic functions. Log functions have a horizontal asymptote at the line y = 0.

Teach periodical

The document is a mathematics exam for first period students containing multiple sections:
1) Writing numbers in words and expanded form (e.g. ninety-seven, fourteen is ten + four)
2) Regrouping ones and tens into higher place values (e.g. 30 ones is three tens)
3) Determining values of Roman numerals (e.g. V is 5) and writing Arabic numbers in Roman numerals
4) Identifying money amounts using "P" for pesos or "c" for centavos.

C0741113

This document presents six infinite families of positive integral solutions to the biquadratic equation 1)( 2
xyzwwzyx with four unknowns. Linear transformations are used to put the equation in the form of a general Pell's equation. Six triples (a,b,c) that satisfy the necessary conditions are identified and used to generate the families of solutions. Each family is expressed parametrically in terms of two integers n and n+1. In total, six different parametric families of solutions to the original biquadratic equation are presented.

276443264 peperiksaan-penggal-1-2015-matematik-tambahan-tingkatan-4-baru

1. This document is an exam paper for Additional Mathematics consisting of 25 questions testing topics such as algebra, quadratic equations, functions, logarithms, and inequalities.
2. The exam is out of 80 total marks and students are provided with formulas, tables, and a scientific calculator to aid in solving the problems.
3. Students are instructed to show their working, write answers clearly, and to hand in the completed paper at the end of the two-hour exam period.

Lesson 2b - scalar multiplication

Students will learn that a scalar is a single number that can scale each value in a matrix. They will practice multiplying matrices by scalars and performing scalar addition and subtraction of matrices. For a matrix A and scalar c, the scalar product cA means multiplying each element of A by c. Examples show multiplying matrices by scalars like 2A and -1/2A, and adding or subtracting matrices with scalar coefficients like 5C - B.

3j. Pedagogy of Mathematics (Part II) - Algebra (Ex 3.10)

This document discusses solving linear equations graphically. It provides examples of plotting points for linear equations in the form of y=mx+c and solving systems of linear equations by finding the point of intersection between two lines graphed on the same coordinate plane. Specific examples include solving the systems x+y=7 and x-y=3, finding the solution set is (5,2) by plotting the lines and identifying their intersection point. It also discusses cases where lines are parallel and have no solution or where multiple lines intersect at the same point, representing the solution set.

Lesson 5 b solving matrix equations

The document provides examples for solving matrix equations using inverses. It introduces the concept of pre-multiplying both sides of a matrix equation AX=B by the inverse of A to solve for X. Example 1 demonstrates this process, finding the inverse of the coefficient matrix and multiplying both sides to isolate X. Example 2 shows that the inverse does not exist when the coefficient matrix is singular, meaning there may be no solution or infinite solutions depending on whether the rows of B satisfy the relationship of the rows of the singular A.

Sim grade 7

This document provides a strategic intervention material for teaching subtraction of integers in 7th grade mathematics. It includes activity cards, assessment cards, enrichment cards, and reference cards to help students improve their skills in subtracting integers. The material guides students through examples of subtracting integers using number lines and rewriting subtraction as addition with negative numbers. Students are asked to identify the opposite of integers, write the steps to change between subtraction and addition form, and apply the rule for subtracting integers to solve problems.

Dm ha 2

This document contains 6 questions for a discrete mathematics homework assignment. The questions cover topics including: using the principle of mathematical induction to prove statements; using induction to show how lines dividing a plane create regions; analyzing truth values of quantified statements; analyzing relationships between conditional statements; and counting the number of possible license plates given certain constraints.

Unit 6 lesson 2 mulitplying mixed numbers

This document provides instructions for multiplying mixed numbers in 5 steps: 1) Change mixed numbers to improper fractions, 2) Cross reduce, 3) Multiply the numerators, 4) Multiply the denominators, and 5) Reduce the final fraction if necessary. An example problem is worked through demonstrating multiplying 12/5 by 3/1.

Introduction to Christian Education: Final Exam 2011

This document appears to be an exam for a course on Introduction to Christian Education. It contains multiple choice and short answer questions about Bruce Wilkinson's 7 Laws of the Learner and how to apply them when teaching the Bible. The exam assesses the student's understanding of the laws and their ability to provide practical teaching methods, motivation strategies, and Bible verse references related to equipping students.

Factoring the sum and difference of two cubes

This document provides instructions for factoring the sum and difference of two cubes. It explains that to factor a3 + b3, one should use the formula (a + b)(a2 - ab + b2). To factor a3 - b3, the formula is (a - b)(a2 + ab + b2). Several examples are worked out applying these formulas to factor polynomials like x3 - 8, y3 + 1, and 8z3 - 27. Students are then asked to complete practice problems factoring polynomials that are the sum or difference of two cubes.

5.3 inequalities

This document discusses inequalities involving quadratic and linear expressions in two variables. It provides examples of writing inequalities to describe graphs and relationships between two numbers. The document instructs students to complete homework problems involving solving and graphing various inequalities, and notifies them of a quiz the next day.

Lesson 4 b special matrix multiplication

The document discusses using matrix multiplication to manipulate matrices. It provides an example of a matrix representing the number of TVs sold at different stores each day of the week. It shows how to use matrix multiplication to calculate the total number of TVs sold each week at each store and each day across all stores. The document also discusses using diagonal matrices to change parts of other matrices, like increasing one store's prices by 30% and giving another store a 50% discount.

Unit 2

I agree to help Johnny with his math homework by explaining math concepts and helping solve problems. In return, Johnny will help me by practicing spelling 10 words each night for the next 2 weeks. We both want to improve our skills so this agreement will help us achieve that goal through cooperation and support of each other's learning.

Factoring the difference of two squares

This document discusses factoring the difference of two squares. It explains that the difference of two squares, a2 - b2, can be factored into (a + b)(a - b). It provides an example of factoring y2 - 36 into (y + 6)(y - 6). The document then gives additional examples of factoring polynomials that are the difference of two squares. It provides a performance task for students to practice factoring the difference of two squares on their own. Finally, it gives an assessment task where students must factor five polynomials and show their work.

Module 6 Matehematical Reasoing

1. The document is a mathematics worksheet on mathematical reasoning containing 10 questions testing concepts like quantifiers, logical statements, implications, sets, and number patterns.
2. The questions cover topics such as determining whether statements are true or false, completing logical arguments with missing premises, writing implications, forming conclusions by induction, and identifying quantifiers to make statements true.
3. The answers provided are short responses identifying true/false statements, writing missing premises or conclusions, and briefly explaining logical implications and conclusions formed by induction.

Work book s2

This document contains a work book with various language learning activities in English and Spanish. The activities include writing one's full name, practicing common phrases, completing sentences with numbers and dates, identifying errors in sentences, writing questions, matching articles and demonstrative adjectives to nouns, and filling blanks with prepositions of place. The final activities involve unscrambling sentences to form questions and matching columns. The document provides exercises to practice foundational grammar, vocabulary, and language structures.

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Teach periodical

The document is a mathematics exam for first period students containing multiple sections:
1) Writing numbers in words and expanded form (e.g. ninety-seven, fourteen is ten + four)
2) Regrouping ones and tens into higher place values (e.g. 30 ones is three tens)
3) Determining values of Roman numerals (e.g. V is 5) and writing Arabic numbers in Roman numerals
4) Identifying money amounts using "P" for pesos or "c" for centavos.

C0741113

This document presents six infinite families of positive integral solutions to the biquadratic equation 1)( 2
xyzwwzyx with four unknowns. Linear transformations are used to put the equation in the form of a general Pell's equation. Six triples (a,b,c) that satisfy the necessary conditions are identified and used to generate the families of solutions. Each family is expressed parametrically in terms of two integers n and n+1. In total, six different parametric families of solutions to the original biquadratic equation are presented.

276443264 peperiksaan-penggal-1-2015-matematik-tambahan-tingkatan-4-baru

1. This document is an exam paper for Additional Mathematics consisting of 25 questions testing topics such as algebra, quadratic equations, functions, logarithms, and inequalities.
2. The exam is out of 80 total marks and students are provided with formulas, tables, and a scientific calculator to aid in solving the problems.
3. Students are instructed to show their working, write answers clearly, and to hand in the completed paper at the end of the two-hour exam period.

Lesson 2b - scalar multiplication

Students will learn that a scalar is a single number that can scale each value in a matrix. They will practice multiplying matrices by scalars and performing scalar addition and subtraction of matrices. For a matrix A and scalar c, the scalar product cA means multiplying each element of A by c. Examples show multiplying matrices by scalars like 2A and -1/2A, and adding or subtracting matrices with scalar coefficients like 5C - B.

3j. Pedagogy of Mathematics (Part II) - Algebra (Ex 3.10)

This document discusses solving linear equations graphically. It provides examples of plotting points for linear equations in the form of y=mx+c and solving systems of linear equations by finding the point of intersection between two lines graphed on the same coordinate plane. Specific examples include solving the systems x+y=7 and x-y=3, finding the solution set is (5,2) by plotting the lines and identifying their intersection point. It also discusses cases where lines are parallel and have no solution or where multiple lines intersect at the same point, representing the solution set.

Lesson 5 b solving matrix equations

The document provides examples for solving matrix equations using inverses. It introduces the concept of pre-multiplying both sides of a matrix equation AX=B by the inverse of A to solve for X. Example 1 demonstrates this process, finding the inverse of the coefficient matrix and multiplying both sides to isolate X. Example 2 shows that the inverse does not exist when the coefficient matrix is singular, meaning there may be no solution or infinite solutions depending on whether the rows of B satisfy the relationship of the rows of the singular A.

Sim grade 7

This document provides a strategic intervention material for teaching subtraction of integers in 7th grade mathematics. It includes activity cards, assessment cards, enrichment cards, and reference cards to help students improve their skills in subtracting integers. The material guides students through examples of subtracting integers using number lines and rewriting subtraction as addition with negative numbers. Students are asked to identify the opposite of integers, write the steps to change between subtraction and addition form, and apply the rule for subtracting integers to solve problems.

Dm ha 2

This document contains 6 questions for a discrete mathematics homework assignment. The questions cover topics including: using the principle of mathematical induction to prove statements; using induction to show how lines dividing a plane create regions; analyzing truth values of quantified statements; analyzing relationships between conditional statements; and counting the number of possible license plates given certain constraints.

Unit 6 lesson 2 mulitplying mixed numbers

This document provides instructions for multiplying mixed numbers in 5 steps: 1) Change mixed numbers to improper fractions, 2) Cross reduce, 3) Multiply the numerators, 4) Multiply the denominators, and 5) Reduce the final fraction if necessary. An example problem is worked through demonstrating multiplying 12/5 by 3/1.

Introduction to Christian Education: Final Exam 2011

This document appears to be an exam for a course on Introduction to Christian Education. It contains multiple choice and short answer questions about Bruce Wilkinson's 7 Laws of the Learner and how to apply them when teaching the Bible. The exam assesses the student's understanding of the laws and their ability to provide practical teaching methods, motivation strategies, and Bible verse references related to equipping students.

Factoring the sum and difference of two cubes

This document provides instructions for factoring the sum and difference of two cubes. It explains that to factor a3 + b3, one should use the formula (a + b)(a2 - ab + b2). To factor a3 - b3, the formula is (a - b)(a2 + ab + b2). Several examples are worked out applying these formulas to factor polynomials like x3 - 8, y3 + 1, and 8z3 - 27. Students are then asked to complete practice problems factoring polynomials that are the sum or difference of two cubes.

5.3 inequalities

This document discusses inequalities involving quadratic and linear expressions in two variables. It provides examples of writing inequalities to describe graphs and relationships between two numbers. The document instructs students to complete homework problems involving solving and graphing various inequalities, and notifies them of a quiz the next day.

Lesson 4 b special matrix multiplication

The document discusses using matrix multiplication to manipulate matrices. It provides an example of a matrix representing the number of TVs sold at different stores each day of the week. It shows how to use matrix multiplication to calculate the total number of TVs sold each week at each store and each day across all stores. The document also discusses using diagonal matrices to change parts of other matrices, like increasing one store's prices by 30% and giving another store a 50% discount.

Unit 2

I agree to help Johnny with his math homework by explaining math concepts and helping solve problems. In return, Johnny will help me by practicing spelling 10 words each night for the next 2 weeks. We both want to improve our skills so this agreement will help us achieve that goal through cooperation and support of each other's learning.

Factoring the difference of two squares

This document discusses factoring the difference of two squares. It explains that the difference of two squares, a2 - b2, can be factored into (a + b)(a - b). It provides an example of factoring y2 - 36 into (y + 6)(y - 6). The document then gives additional examples of factoring polynomials that are the difference of two squares. It provides a performance task for students to practice factoring the difference of two squares on their own. Finally, it gives an assessment task where students must factor five polynomials and show their work.

Module 6 Matehematical Reasoing

1. The document is a mathematics worksheet on mathematical reasoning containing 10 questions testing concepts like quantifiers, logical statements, implications, sets, and number patterns.
2. The questions cover topics such as determining whether statements are true or false, completing logical arguments with missing premises, writing implications, forming conclusions by induction, and identifying quantifiers to make statements true.
3. The answers provided are short responses identifying true/false statements, writing missing premises or conclusions, and briefly explaining logical implications and conclusions formed by induction.

Work book s2

This document contains a work book with various language learning activities in English and Spanish. The activities include writing one's full name, practicing common phrases, completing sentences with numbers and dates, identifying errors in sentences, writing questions, matching articles and demonstrative adjectives to nouns, and filling blanks with prepositions of place. The final activities involve unscrambling sentences to form questions and matching columns. The document provides exercises to practice foundational grammar, vocabulary, and language structures.

Teach periodical

Teach periodical

C0741113

C0741113

276443264 peperiksaan-penggal-1-2015-matematik-tambahan-tingkatan-4-baru

276443264 peperiksaan-penggal-1-2015-matematik-tambahan-tingkatan-4-baru

Lesson 2b - scalar multiplication

Lesson 2b - scalar multiplication

3j. Pedagogy of Mathematics (Part II) - Algebra (Ex 3.10)

3j. Pedagogy of Mathematics (Part II) - Algebra (Ex 3.10)

Lesson 5 b solving matrix equations

Lesson 5 b solving matrix equations

Sim grade 7

Sim grade 7

Dm ha 2

Dm ha 2

Unit 6 lesson 2 mulitplying mixed numbers

Unit 6 lesson 2 mulitplying mixed numbers

Introduction to Christian Education: Final Exam 2011

Introduction to Christian Education: Final Exam 2011

Factoring the sum and difference of two cubes

Factoring the sum and difference of two cubes

5.3 inequalities

5.3 inequalities

Lesson 4 b special matrix multiplication

Lesson 4 b special matrix multiplication

Unit 2

Unit 2

Factoring the difference of two squares

Factoring the difference of two squares

Module 6 Matehematical Reasoing

Module 6 Matehematical Reasoing

Work book s2

Work book s2

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w02

เกมซูดุคุ

เกม

หาผลบวกและผลลบของเอกนาม

This document provides 10 problems involving adding and subtracting monomials and polynomials. The problems direct the reader to calculate the sum or difference of monomial or polynomial expressions such as 5xy + 7xy - 3xy or 18p3q4 - (-5p3q4) + 10p3q4. The document lists the problems without showing the step-by-step work or final answers.

เอกนาม

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ข้อสอบเมทริกชฺ

This document is a test on matrix learning outcomes for topics 1-3 about matrices. For topic 1, the student is asked to find matrix BA - 2 and the transpose of matrix BA. For topic 2, the student must calculate the determinant, inverse, and multiplication of various matrices. For topic 3, the student must use matrices to solve systems of linear equations, finding values for x + y + z and solving a 2x2 system.

แบบฝึกการคูณและหารพหุนาม

The document contains 29 math problems involving polynomial multiplication and division. Students are asked to calculate the products and quotients of polynomials such as (a3 - 3b), (-9x)(-12xy + 5), and (4mn)(5m2n + 6mn2). They are also asked to perform division of polynomials like 18x5 ÷ 9, (-13p5q3) ÷ (-13p2q), and (-15ab4 + 3a2b2 - 21b3) ÷ 3b2. The problems cover a range of operations with monomials and polynomials of varying degrees.

แบบฝึกพหุนาม

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สมบัติของเลขยกกำลัง

เรื่อง เลขยกกำลัง

แบบฝึกทักษะเอกนาม

แบบฝึกทักษะ วิชาคณิตศาสตร์ เรื่องเอกนาม จัดทำโดยนางวาสนา พูลศรี โรงเรียนหาดใหญ่รัฐประชาสรรค์

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ใบงานที่ 2

สมบัติของการคูณเลขยกกำลังฯ2

สมบัติของการคูณเลขยกกำลังฯ2

สอบ สมบัติของเลขยกกำลัง

สอบ สมบัติของเลขยกกำลัง

ความหมายของเลขยกกำลัง

ความหมายของเลขยกกำลัง

เกมซูดุคุ

เกมซูดุคุ

หาผลบวกและผลลบของเอกนาม

หาผลบวกและผลลบของเอกนาม

เอกนาม

เอกนาม

ข้อสอบเมทริกชฺ

ข้อสอบเมทริกชฺ

แบบฝึกการคูณและหารพหุนาม

แบบฝึกการคูณและหารพหุนาม

แบบทดสอบ เรื่องพหุนาม

แบบทดสอบ เรื่องพหุนาม

แบบฝึกพหุนาม

แบบฝึกพหุนาม

สมบัติของเลขยกกำลัง

สมบัติของเลขยกกำลัง

ระบบสมการเชิงเส้น01

ระบบสมการเชิงเส้น01

ความหมายเลขยกกำลัง

ความหมายเลขยกกำลัง

ข้อสอบตรรกศาตร์ม.4

ข้อสอบตรรกศาตร์ม.4

ตัวอย่างที่ 1 จงหาผลบวกของเอกนามต่อไปนี้

ตัวอย่างที่ 1 จงหาผลบวกของเอกนามต่อไปนี้

ตัวอย่างที่ 1จงหาผลลบของเอกนามต่อไปนี้

ตัวอย่างที่ 1จงหาผลลบของเอกนามต่อไปนี้

แบบฝึกทักษะเอกนาม

แบบฝึกทักษะเอกนาม

ข้อสอบเรื่องการบวกลบคูณหารพหุนาม

ข้อสอบเรื่องการบวกลบคูณหารพหุนาม

แผนKpa ส่งจริง (ซ่อมแซม)

แผนKpa ส่งจริง (ซ่อมแซม)

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Nima is a chef investigating whether there is a gender difference in dessert orders at her restaurant. She plans to conduct a natural experiment to study this, which has issues with validity that must be addressed. The most appropriate design for her study would be an experimental design, allowing her to control variables and draw causal conclusions. Eyewitness testimony from a child like Jake may be less reliable for convicting someone due to issues with children's memory and suggestibility.

ใบงานที่ 1

This document appears to be a worksheet or exercise for students to identify which triangles are similar and explain why. The document provides 5 questions, each with blank spaces for the student to write their answer in 2 sentences for each question. The questions likely show different triangle figures and ask the student to determine if they are similar based on their angles and side lengths and explain the reasoning.

Guia Fracciones 2[1]

This document provides a worksheet for students to practice writing fractions in words. It contains fractions in numerical form and blanks for the student to write the equivalent fraction names. The fractions range from 1/5 to 6/10 and become progressively more complex. The worksheet is from the website www.escolares.net and is intended to help students learn fraction names.

ใบงานที่ 2

This document appears to be a worksheet or exercise on the properties of similar triangles. It provides several triangles and asks the student to determine if they are similar triangles or not, and explain the reasoning for each answer. The student is expected to fill in their responses for each numbered item in the document.

Student ________________________ Course-Section ______________.docx

Student: ________________________ Course-Section: ______________________ Date: ___________
MATH Assignment for Core Assessment, 2017-18
Job opportunity surveys have consistently shown a high demand for those who can use mathematics to model complex processes and make informed predictions of the future. With this assignment, the student has the opportunity to demonstrate his or her level of sophistication with respect to the key, in-demand skills of communication, quantitative literacy, and critical thinking.
One skill of critical thinking involves evaluating information taken from sources and questioning its authenticity. This assignment may contain questionable information.
Objective: You are to consider the implications of rising tuition costs and make better, more informed life decisions with respect to course load. Specifically, you will estimate the tuition costs in the year 2019 - 2020.
Answer the following questions using complete sentences.
I. Visual Communication (the ability to recognize and understand ideas conveyed through visible images.)
The attached set of images, “Are you on the Fast-Track?” is found on the Eastfield College website. Although figure numbers are not actually printed on the graphic, consider Figure 1 as being “Time Is Money”. This particular image will not be used in this assignment. Consider Figure 2 as relating the number of classes taken per semester to the time required to complete a degree. Consider Figure 3 as the COST graph, predicting costs of tuition (the smooth solid (red) line with an arrow.) (Perhaps writing “Fig. 2” and “Fig 3” beside these images would be helpful.)
1. Description of the image
For Figure 2, “Number of classes” and Figure 3, “Cost,” identify the type of graph. Choose one of the following: line graph, bar graph, picture graph, or pie (circle) graph.
a. Figure 2 is a _______________________________
b. Figure 3 is a _______________________________
c. Explain how the choice of books and caps as icons in Figure 2 affect the image’s message._________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
d. What other icons would you suggest that could convey the message of Figure 2? _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
2. Explanation (meanings and purposes of the image)
a. How do you interpret the message of Figure 2 (books and caps)? _________________________________________________________________________________
b. How do you interpret the message of Figure 3 (colored lines)? _________________________________________________________________________________
3. Consequences and Implications
a. In Figure 2 (books and caps), the choice of taking 4 classes per semester (a full load) is conspicuously absent. Assuming 4 classes per sem.

Lampiran 1

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Syllabus
Chapter-1
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Chapter 2
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Chapter 3
Surveying: Object Principles & Types of Surveying; Site Plans, Plans & Maps; Scales & Unit of different Measurements.
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Chapter 5
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Chapter 6
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1. Palancharmy, Basic Civil Engineering, McGraw Hill publishers.
2. Satheesh Gopi, Basic Civil Engineering, Pearson Publishers.
3. Ketki Rangwala Dalal, Essentials of Civil Engineering, Charotar Publishing House.
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