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The document outlines the five strands of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM): Number and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, and Data Analysis & Probability. It then provides more details on the four process standards within the Algebra strand: understanding patterns and relationships, representing and analyzing mathematical situations, using mathematical models, and analyzing change.

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English for Math Pertemuan ke 11

This document provides an overview of mathematical logic and set theory concepts. It discusses topics such as mathematical logic and its subfields, basic set theory concepts like membership and subsets, set operations like union and intersection, and logical concepts like negation, conjunction, and syllogisms. It also explains logical form and provides examples of open and closed sentences as well as categorical and compound sentences.

Object diagram

Object modeling represents the static structure of objects and their relationships using object diagrams. An object diagram shows instances of classes, their attributes and values, and relationships between objects through links representing associations, generalizations, or aggregations. Object diagrams are useful for understanding object behavior and relationships in a system, as well as its static view and for forward and reverse engineering.

Algebra 1 Course Statement

This two semester algebra 1 course covers linear, quadratic, and other foundational algebraic concepts. Students will learn to perform operations with real numbers, simplify expressions, graph and solve equations and inequalities, work with functions and polynomials, and apply algebraic skills to probability and data problems. Assessment is based on completing homework, projects for each unit, and passing unit tests with a proficiency of 70% or higher. The course addresses state standards for algebra 1.

Basic Foundations of Automata Theory

This document provides an overview of the theory of computation. It discusses the following key points:
1. Computation involves executing programs on computers to perform input-output transformations. Programs are algorithms expressed in programming languages.
2. The theory of computation classifies problems by their computability and complexity. It studies models of computation like Turing machines.
3. The theory has three main components: computability theory, complexity theory, and automata theory/formal languages.
4. Proofs in the theory use techniques like mathematical induction to show properties are true for all cases.

Mathematical system

A typical mathematics system has four parts: undefined terms which cannot be precisely defined but are chosen arbitrarily to facilitate development; defined terms which are defined in terms of undefined terms; axioms and postulates which are general truths that form the basis of the system; and theorems which are statements derived from successive application of axioms and previously proved statements.

ER Model in DBMS

The document presents information on Entity Relationship (ER) modeling for database design. It discusses the key concepts of ER modeling including entities, attributes, relationships and cardinalities. It also explains how to create an Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD) using standard symbols and notations. Additional features like generalization, specialization and inheritance are covered which allow ERDs to represent hierarchical relationships between entities. The presentation aims to provide an overview of ER modeling and ERDs as an important technique for conceptual database design.

HBMT 4203

:
Topic : Sets
Objectives :
- To understand the basic concept of sets
- To understand the elements and members of a set
- To understand the operations on sets such as union, intersection, complement and difference
- To understand the basic sets such as natural numbers, integers, rational numbers and real numbers
- To understand the concept of Venn diagrams
Materials Required : Whiteboard, marker, textbook
Procedure :
1. Introduction to sets (10 mins)
- Explain what is a set and give examples
- Explain the elements/members of a set
- Explain the notations used for sets

ER-Model-ER Diagram

Here are the entity relationship diagrams and tables for the car insurance company database:
(a) E-R Diagram:
Person - owns - Car
(1:M)
Car - involved in - Accident
(0:M)
(b) Tables:
person
(driver_id primary key,
name, address)
car
(license primary key,
year, model, driver_id foreign key references person)
accident
(report_number primary key,
date, location)
participated
(driver_id foreign key references person,
license foreign key references car,
report_number foreign key references accident

English for Math Pertemuan ke 11

This document provides an overview of mathematical logic and set theory concepts. It discusses topics such as mathematical logic and its subfields, basic set theory concepts like membership and subsets, set operations like union and intersection, and logical concepts like negation, conjunction, and syllogisms. It also explains logical form and provides examples of open and closed sentences as well as categorical and compound sentences.

Object diagram

Object modeling represents the static structure of objects and their relationships using object diagrams. An object diagram shows instances of classes, their attributes and values, and relationships between objects through links representing associations, generalizations, or aggregations. Object diagrams are useful for understanding object behavior and relationships in a system, as well as its static view and for forward and reverse engineering.

Algebra 1 Course Statement

This two semester algebra 1 course covers linear, quadratic, and other foundational algebraic concepts. Students will learn to perform operations with real numbers, simplify expressions, graph and solve equations and inequalities, work with functions and polynomials, and apply algebraic skills to probability and data problems. Assessment is based on completing homework, projects for each unit, and passing unit tests with a proficiency of 70% or higher. The course addresses state standards for algebra 1.

Basic Foundations of Automata Theory

This document provides an overview of the theory of computation. It discusses the following key points:
1. Computation involves executing programs on computers to perform input-output transformations. Programs are algorithms expressed in programming languages.
2. The theory of computation classifies problems by their computability and complexity. It studies models of computation like Turing machines.
3. The theory has three main components: computability theory, complexity theory, and automata theory/formal languages.
4. Proofs in the theory use techniques like mathematical induction to show properties are true for all cases.

Mathematical system

A typical mathematics system has four parts: undefined terms which cannot be precisely defined but are chosen arbitrarily to facilitate development; defined terms which are defined in terms of undefined terms; axioms and postulates which are general truths that form the basis of the system; and theorems which are statements derived from successive application of axioms and previously proved statements.

ER Model in DBMS

The document presents information on Entity Relationship (ER) modeling for database design. It discusses the key concepts of ER modeling including entities, attributes, relationships and cardinalities. It also explains how to create an Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD) using standard symbols and notations. Additional features like generalization, specialization and inheritance are covered which allow ERDs to represent hierarchical relationships between entities. The presentation aims to provide an overview of ER modeling and ERDs as an important technique for conceptual database design.

HBMT 4203

:
Topic : Sets
Objectives :
- To understand the basic concept of sets
- To understand the elements and members of a set
- To understand the operations on sets such as union, intersection, complement and difference
- To understand the basic sets such as natural numbers, integers, rational numbers and real numbers
- To understand the concept of Venn diagrams
Materials Required : Whiteboard, marker, textbook
Procedure :
1. Introduction to sets (10 mins)
- Explain what is a set and give examples
- Explain the elements/members of a set
- Explain the notations used for sets

ER-Model-ER Diagram

Here are the entity relationship diagrams and tables for the car insurance company database:
(a) E-R Diagram:
Person - owns - Car
(1:M)
Car - involved in - Accident
(0:M)
(b) Tables:
person
(driver_id primary key,
name, address)
car
(license primary key,
year, model, driver_id foreign key references person)
accident
(report_number primary key,
date, location)
participated
(driver_id foreign key references person,
license foreign key references car,
report_number foreign key references accident

The entity relationship model

The document discusses the Entity-Relationship (ER) model used for conceptual database design. The ER model uses entities, attributes, and relationships to model real-world concepts and connections. The model allows expression of key constraints, participation constraints, and other integrity rules. Conceptual design requires determining the best way to represent concepts as entities or attributes and relationships.

Some alternative ways to find m ambiguous binary words corresponding to a par...

Parikh matrix of a word gives numerical information of the word in terms of its subwords. In this Paper an
algorithm for finding Parikh matrix of a binary word is introduced. With the help of this algorithm Parikh
matrix of a binary word, however large it may be can be found out. M-ambiguous words are the problem of
Parikh matrix. In this paper an algorithm is shown to find the M- ambiguous words of a binary ordered
word instantly. We have introduced a system to represent binary words in a two dimensional field. We see
that there are some relations among the representations of M-ambiguous words in the two dimensional
field. We have also introduced a set of equations which will help us to calculate the M- ambiguous words.

A gentle intruduction to category theory

This document introduces category theory concepts including categories, functors, naturality, adjunctions, and duality. It defines a category as a collection of objects and morphisms between objects, along with composition of morphisms and identity morphisms. A category must satisfy axioms regarding typing of morphisms, composition, and equality. Functors map objects and morphisms between categories while preserving structure. Natural transformations relate functors. Adjunctions capture a special relationship between two categories via adjoint functors. Duality switches the direction of morphisms in a category.

Entity relationship modelling

This document provides an overview of entity-relationship modeling as a first step for designing a relational database. It describes how to model entities, attributes, relationships, and participation constraints. Key aspects covered include using boxes to represent entity types, diamonds for relationship types, and labeling relationships with degrees. The document also discusses handling multi-valued attributes and deciding whether to model concepts as attributes or entity types.

Unit iv dbms

The document discusses entity relationship (ER) models and describes the key concepts including entities, attributes, relationships, keys, ER diagrams, weak entities, and mapping constraints. It provides examples of an ER model for a university database that includes the entities of students, courses, and professors. The model shows the relationships between these entities, their attributes, cardinalities, and a sample ER diagram. Overall, the document provides an overview of ER models and demonstrates how to design an ER schema for a database using a university example.

Deep learning book_chap_02

Statistics / Machine learning을 공부하는 모임에서 사용한 presentation 자료입니다.
Deep learning book(Ian Goodfellow , Yoshua Bengio and Aaron Courville)의 chapter 2 (Linear algebra) 내용을 요약하였습니다.

Translating Mathematical Phrases to Rational Algebraic Expressions

This document provides instruction on translating mathematical phrases to rational algebraic expressions. It begins by stating the objectives of determining symbols, variables, and operations, and translating phrases to expressions. It then reviews polynomials and introduces translating phrases using numbers, symbols, variables, grouping symbols, and constants. Various representations for multiplication and division are described. Additional terms corresponding to operations are mentioned. An activity and biblical proverbs are included to reinforce learning.

Application of HCR's Rank Formula on color property of articles

HCR's Rank Formula can be applied to calculate the rank of any linear permutation of articles having different shapes, sizes, colors etc. when the repetition of articles is not allowed

Math project 1

This document lists and defines vocabulary words from math lessons on various topics:
- Direct, inverse, joint, and combined variation define relationships between variables that can be written as equations involving a constant of variation.
- Rational expressions are quotients of polynomials. Complex fractions contain fractions in the numerator and/or denominator.
- Rational functions are functions whose rules can be written as a ratio of two polynomials. These may be continuous or discontinuous.
- Radical expressions involve a variable within a radical, or root. Rational exponents are exponents that can be expressed as a ratio of integers.
- Piecewise functions combine one or more functions over different intervals. Step functions are constant over each interval.

A study on fundamentals of refined intuitionistic fuzzy set with some properties

A study on fundamentals of refined intuitionistic fuzzy set with some propertiesJournal of Fuzzy Extension and Applications

Zadeh conceptualized the theory of fuzzy set to provide a tool for the basis of the theory of possibility. Atanassov extended this theory with the introduction of intuitionistic fuzzy set. Smarandache introduced the concept of refined intuitionistic fuzzy set by further subdivision of membership and non-membership value. The meagerness regarding the allocation of a single membership and non-membership value to any object under consideration is addressed with this novel refinement. In this study, this novel idea is utilized to characterize the essential elements e.g. subset, equal set, null set, and complement set, for refined intuitionistic fuzzy set. Moreover, their basic set theoretic operations like union, intersection, extended intersection, restricted union, restricted intersection, and restricted difference, are conceptualized. Furthermore, some basic laws are also discussed with the help of an illustrative example in each case for vivid understanding.
Iipm chapter 1

This document discusses formulas and functions in Excel. It defines a formula as an equation that performs operations on worksheet data using cell references. It explains that formulas begin with an equal sign and are calculated from left to right based on order of operations. The document also defines functions as predefined formulas that perform calculations using specific arguments in a defined order or structure. It provides examples of logical functions like AND, OR, and IF and explains how to use cell references in formulas to refer to other cells or worksheets.

Er diagram

The document provides information on the key concepts of an entity-relationship (E-R) model, including:
1) Entities represent real-world objects like people, places, and things that are stored in a database. Attributes describe the properties of entities.
2) Relationships represent associations between entities. Relationships have properties like degree, cardinality, and existence.
3) Keys like primary keys and foreign keys uniquely identify entities and define relationships between entities.
4) Strong and weak entities differ in whether they have their own primary keys or rely on other entities.
5) E-R diagrams visually depict entities, attributes, relationships, keys and other concepts to model a database.

Matematika terapan week 3. set

This document discusses key concepts in set theory taught in an Applied Math course, including:
1) Subsets, supersets, proper subsets and proper supersets using subset symbols ⊆, ⊇, ⊂, and ⊃.
2) Cardinality and the power set of a set, and how the cardinality of a power set is 2 to the power of the cardinality of the original set.
3) Venn diagrams and how they can visually represent relationships between sets.
4) The inclusion-exclusion principle for finding the number of elements in the union of two sets.
5) Cartesian products and how they allow sets to be combined.

RDBMS ERD

The document discusses the Entity Relationship Model and its key concepts including entities, attributes, relationships, keys, and cardinalities. It explains how ER diagrams visually depict these concepts through symbols like rectangles for entities and diamonds for relationships. The ER model is used for conceptual database design and captures the logical properties and meanings within an organization's domain.

Fuzzy logic

Fuzzy logic is a method of conditional logic that accounts for partial truth. It allows for multi-valued variables between 0 and 1 rather than binary true/false. Fuzzy logic systems involve fuzzifying inputs, applying fuzzy rules and membership functions, then defuzzifying outputs. Fuzzy sets can be combined using operations like union and intersection that take the maximum and minimum membership values. Fuzzy control systems apply these concepts to develop control strategies based on imprecise and uncertain inputs.

Matematika terapan week 2. set

The document discusses set theory and its applications. It defines what a set is, how sets can be represented, and common set operations like union, intersection, difference and complement. It provides examples to demonstrate set notation and how Venn diagrams can be used to visualize set relationships and operations like DeMorgan's laws. The objectives are to understand set definitions and properties, representation methods, operations and how sets are used in computer science applications.

algebra and its concepts

Algebra is a method of written calculations that helps reason about numbers. Like any skill, algebra requires practice, specifically written practice. Algebra uses letters to represent unknown numbers, allowing arithmetic rules to be applied universally.

Module For Mathematics

The document provides information about algebraic expressions and polynomials. It begins by explaining that algebra uses a language of numbers, variables, and symbols to represent quantitative relationships. The document then covers topics like equivalent expressions, simplifying expressions, evaluating expressions, and different types of polynomials. It aims to help students acquire skills in performing operations with polynomials and using those skills to simplify, evaluate, and solve algebraic expressions and problems.

Bca3020– data base management system(dbms)

This document provides information about getting solved assignments by email or phone. It includes contact details for an assignment help service and then provides sample questions and answers related to a database management systems course. The questions cover topics like entities, attributes, relationships, database manager responsibilities, file organization, the LIKE predicate, relational algebra operations, and object-oriented programming features.

Midterm Study Guide NCTM Standards

The document outlines key concepts in number and operations, algebra, and geometry. For number and operations, it discusses understanding numbers, representations of numbers, relationships between numbers, and number systems. It also mentions computing fluently and making reasonable estimates. For algebra, it discusses patterns, relations, functions, using algebraic symbols to represent mathematical situations, and analyzing change. For geometry, it discusses analyzing properties of 2D and 3D shapes, specifying locations and spatial relationships, applying transformations and symmetry, and using visualization to solve problems.

NCTM Geometry

The document outlines the five strands of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) standards: Number and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, and Data Analysis & Probability. It focuses on the Geometry strand, which has four main goals: 1) analyze characteristics and properties of shapes, 2) specify locations and spatial relationships, 3) apply transformations and symmetry, and 4) use visualization, reasoning, and modeling to solve problems. Each goal is further broken down into specific learning objectives.

Show 1

This document discusses introducing algebra through a functions-based approach focusing on patterns, relationships, and representations rather than procedures. It suggests starting with real-world contexts and moving from concrete to abstract representations like words, tables, graphs, and equations. Students would explore inputs and outputs, rates of change, and the connections between different representations of linear functions before learning algebraic manipulation procedures. The goal is a deeper conceptual understanding of algebra as generalized arithmetic and relationships between quantities.

The entity relationship model

The document discusses the Entity-Relationship (ER) model used for conceptual database design. The ER model uses entities, attributes, and relationships to model real-world concepts and connections. The model allows expression of key constraints, participation constraints, and other integrity rules. Conceptual design requires determining the best way to represent concepts as entities or attributes and relationships.

Some alternative ways to find m ambiguous binary words corresponding to a par...

Parikh matrix of a word gives numerical information of the word in terms of its subwords. In this Paper an
algorithm for finding Parikh matrix of a binary word is introduced. With the help of this algorithm Parikh
matrix of a binary word, however large it may be can be found out. M-ambiguous words are the problem of
Parikh matrix. In this paper an algorithm is shown to find the M- ambiguous words of a binary ordered
word instantly. We have introduced a system to represent binary words in a two dimensional field. We see
that there are some relations among the representations of M-ambiguous words in the two dimensional
field. We have also introduced a set of equations which will help us to calculate the M- ambiguous words.

A gentle intruduction to category theory

This document introduces category theory concepts including categories, functors, naturality, adjunctions, and duality. It defines a category as a collection of objects and morphisms between objects, along with composition of morphisms and identity morphisms. A category must satisfy axioms regarding typing of morphisms, composition, and equality. Functors map objects and morphisms between categories while preserving structure. Natural transformations relate functors. Adjunctions capture a special relationship between two categories via adjoint functors. Duality switches the direction of morphisms in a category.

Entity relationship modelling

This document provides an overview of entity-relationship modeling as a first step for designing a relational database. It describes how to model entities, attributes, relationships, and participation constraints. Key aspects covered include using boxes to represent entity types, diamonds for relationship types, and labeling relationships with degrees. The document also discusses handling multi-valued attributes and deciding whether to model concepts as attributes or entity types.

Unit iv dbms

The document discusses entity relationship (ER) models and describes the key concepts including entities, attributes, relationships, keys, ER diagrams, weak entities, and mapping constraints. It provides examples of an ER model for a university database that includes the entities of students, courses, and professors. The model shows the relationships between these entities, their attributes, cardinalities, and a sample ER diagram. Overall, the document provides an overview of ER models and demonstrates how to design an ER schema for a database using a university example.

Deep learning book_chap_02

Statistics / Machine learning을 공부하는 모임에서 사용한 presentation 자료입니다.
Deep learning book(Ian Goodfellow , Yoshua Bengio and Aaron Courville)의 chapter 2 (Linear algebra) 내용을 요약하였습니다.

Translating Mathematical Phrases to Rational Algebraic Expressions

This document provides instruction on translating mathematical phrases to rational algebraic expressions. It begins by stating the objectives of determining symbols, variables, and operations, and translating phrases to expressions. It then reviews polynomials and introduces translating phrases using numbers, symbols, variables, grouping symbols, and constants. Various representations for multiplication and division are described. Additional terms corresponding to operations are mentioned. An activity and biblical proverbs are included to reinforce learning.

Application of HCR's Rank Formula on color property of articles

HCR's Rank Formula can be applied to calculate the rank of any linear permutation of articles having different shapes, sizes, colors etc. when the repetition of articles is not allowed

Math project 1

This document lists and defines vocabulary words from math lessons on various topics:
- Direct, inverse, joint, and combined variation define relationships between variables that can be written as equations involving a constant of variation.
- Rational expressions are quotients of polynomials. Complex fractions contain fractions in the numerator and/or denominator.
- Rational functions are functions whose rules can be written as a ratio of two polynomials. These may be continuous or discontinuous.
- Radical expressions involve a variable within a radical, or root. Rational exponents are exponents that can be expressed as a ratio of integers.
- Piecewise functions combine one or more functions over different intervals. Step functions are constant over each interval.

A study on fundamentals of refined intuitionistic fuzzy set with some properties

A study on fundamentals of refined intuitionistic fuzzy set with some propertiesJournal of Fuzzy Extension and Applications

Zadeh conceptualized the theory of fuzzy set to provide a tool for the basis of the theory of possibility. Atanassov extended this theory with the introduction of intuitionistic fuzzy set. Smarandache introduced the concept of refined intuitionistic fuzzy set by further subdivision of membership and non-membership value. The meagerness regarding the allocation of a single membership and non-membership value to any object under consideration is addressed with this novel refinement. In this study, this novel idea is utilized to characterize the essential elements e.g. subset, equal set, null set, and complement set, for refined intuitionistic fuzzy set. Moreover, their basic set theoretic operations like union, intersection, extended intersection, restricted union, restricted intersection, and restricted difference, are conceptualized. Furthermore, some basic laws are also discussed with the help of an illustrative example in each case for vivid understanding.
Iipm chapter 1

This document discusses formulas and functions in Excel. It defines a formula as an equation that performs operations on worksheet data using cell references. It explains that formulas begin with an equal sign and are calculated from left to right based on order of operations. The document also defines functions as predefined formulas that perform calculations using specific arguments in a defined order or structure. It provides examples of logical functions like AND, OR, and IF and explains how to use cell references in formulas to refer to other cells or worksheets.

Er diagram

The document provides information on the key concepts of an entity-relationship (E-R) model, including:
1) Entities represent real-world objects like people, places, and things that are stored in a database. Attributes describe the properties of entities.
2) Relationships represent associations between entities. Relationships have properties like degree, cardinality, and existence.
3) Keys like primary keys and foreign keys uniquely identify entities and define relationships between entities.
4) Strong and weak entities differ in whether they have their own primary keys or rely on other entities.
5) E-R diagrams visually depict entities, attributes, relationships, keys and other concepts to model a database.

Matematika terapan week 3. set

This document discusses key concepts in set theory taught in an Applied Math course, including:
1) Subsets, supersets, proper subsets and proper supersets using subset symbols ⊆, ⊇, ⊂, and ⊃.
2) Cardinality and the power set of a set, and how the cardinality of a power set is 2 to the power of the cardinality of the original set.
3) Venn diagrams and how they can visually represent relationships between sets.
4) The inclusion-exclusion principle for finding the number of elements in the union of two sets.
5) Cartesian products and how they allow sets to be combined.

RDBMS ERD

The document discusses the Entity Relationship Model and its key concepts including entities, attributes, relationships, keys, and cardinalities. It explains how ER diagrams visually depict these concepts through symbols like rectangles for entities and diamonds for relationships. The ER model is used for conceptual database design and captures the logical properties and meanings within an organization's domain.

Fuzzy logic

Fuzzy logic is a method of conditional logic that accounts for partial truth. It allows for multi-valued variables between 0 and 1 rather than binary true/false. Fuzzy logic systems involve fuzzifying inputs, applying fuzzy rules and membership functions, then defuzzifying outputs. Fuzzy sets can be combined using operations like union and intersection that take the maximum and minimum membership values. Fuzzy control systems apply these concepts to develop control strategies based on imprecise and uncertain inputs.

Matematika terapan week 2. set

The document discusses set theory and its applications. It defines what a set is, how sets can be represented, and common set operations like union, intersection, difference and complement. It provides examples to demonstrate set notation and how Venn diagrams can be used to visualize set relationships and operations like DeMorgan's laws. The objectives are to understand set definitions and properties, representation methods, operations and how sets are used in computer science applications.

algebra and its concepts

Algebra is a method of written calculations that helps reason about numbers. Like any skill, algebra requires practice, specifically written practice. Algebra uses letters to represent unknown numbers, allowing arithmetic rules to be applied universally.

Module For Mathematics

The document provides information about algebraic expressions and polynomials. It begins by explaining that algebra uses a language of numbers, variables, and symbols to represent quantitative relationships. The document then covers topics like equivalent expressions, simplifying expressions, evaluating expressions, and different types of polynomials. It aims to help students acquire skills in performing operations with polynomials and using those skills to simplify, evaluate, and solve algebraic expressions and problems.

Bca3020– data base management system(dbms)

This document provides information about getting solved assignments by email or phone. It includes contact details for an assignment help service and then provides sample questions and answers related to a database management systems course. The questions cover topics like entities, attributes, relationships, database manager responsibilities, file organization, the LIKE predicate, relational algebra operations, and object-oriented programming features.

The entity relationship model

The entity relationship model

Some alternative ways to find m ambiguous binary words corresponding to a par...

Some alternative ways to find m ambiguous binary words corresponding to a par...

A gentle intruduction to category theory

A gentle intruduction to category theory

Entity relationship modelling

Entity relationship modelling

Unit iv dbms

Unit iv dbms

Deep learning book_chap_02

Deep learning book_chap_02

Translating Mathematical Phrases to Rational Algebraic Expressions

Translating Mathematical Phrases to Rational Algebraic Expressions

Application of HCR's Rank Formula on color property of articles

Application of HCR's Rank Formula on color property of articles

Math project 1

Math project 1

A study on fundamentals of refined intuitionistic fuzzy set with some properties

A study on fundamentals of refined intuitionistic fuzzy set with some properties

Iipm chapter 1

Iipm chapter 1

Er diagram

Er diagram

Matematika terapan week 3. set

Matematika terapan week 3. set

RDBMS ERD

RDBMS ERD

Fuzzy logic

Fuzzy logic

Matematika terapan week 2. set

Matematika terapan week 2. set

algebra and its concepts

algebra and its concepts

Module For Mathematics

Module For Mathematics

Bca3020– data base management system(dbms)

Bca3020– data base management system(dbms)

Midterm Study Guide NCTM Standards

The document outlines key concepts in number and operations, algebra, and geometry. For number and operations, it discusses understanding numbers, representations of numbers, relationships between numbers, and number systems. It also mentions computing fluently and making reasonable estimates. For algebra, it discusses patterns, relations, functions, using algebraic symbols to represent mathematical situations, and analyzing change. For geometry, it discusses analyzing properties of 2D and 3D shapes, specifying locations and spatial relationships, applying transformations and symmetry, and using visualization to solve problems.

NCTM Geometry

The document outlines the five strands of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) standards: Number and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, and Data Analysis & Probability. It focuses on the Geometry strand, which has four main goals: 1) analyze characteristics and properties of shapes, 2) specify locations and spatial relationships, 3) apply transformations and symmetry, and 4) use visualization, reasoning, and modeling to solve problems. Each goal is further broken down into specific learning objectives.

Show 1

This document discusses introducing algebra through a functions-based approach focusing on patterns, relationships, and representations rather than procedures. It suggests starting with real-world contexts and moving from concrete to abstract representations like words, tables, graphs, and equations. Students would explore inputs and outputs, rates of change, and the connections between different representations of linear functions before learning algebraic manipulation procedures. The goal is a deeper conceptual understanding of algebra as generalized arithmetic and relationships between quantities.

Ct state standards math critical areas document

The document outlines the 8 Standards for Mathematical Practice which describe varieties of expertise that mathematics educators should seek to develop in their students. These include problem solving, reasoning abstractly, constructing arguments, modeling, using tools strategically, attending to precision, recognizing patterns and structure, and logical reasoning. It also provides the critical areas of focus for each grade level from kindergarten through 8th grade, including key topics like whole number operations, fractions, geometry, measurement, ratios and proportional relationships, statistics and probability, expressions and equations, and functions.

Show 1

The document discusses introducing algebra through a functions-based approach by focusing on patterns, relationships, and representations rather than procedures. It suggests starting with concrete examples and moving to abstract symbols and equations. A functions approach emphasizes identifying patterns in tables, graphs, and words before learning procedures. This allows students to develop a deeper understanding of algebra as generalized arithmetic and the relationships between different representations.

Math2: Monday 6-20-11

This document outlines the agenda and objectives for the first day of a Math 2 course. It includes:
- Introducing the course objectives in different math domains like number sense, statistics, geometry, and more.
- The plan for the first class is to get to know classmates, graph things they have in common, set goals for the class, and assess current math understanding.
- Logistical details are provided about the class schedule, materials, and expectations. Students will complete a math survey, goal setting activity, and exit card to provide feedback.

Artifact 3 clemson

This document describes a lesson plan for teaching students about transformations of quadratics. The lesson uses TI-Inspire software to allow students to explore how changing the coefficients a, b, and c affects the graph of a quadratic function. Students will first investigate how a affects the shape of the graph using sliders. They will then explore how b changes the location of the vertex and how c changes the y-intercept. Finally, students will graph multiple functions with roots of 3 and 5 to analyze similarities and differences between the graphs. The technology enables efficient exploration and comparison of graphs to build conceptual understanding of quadratic transformations.

Math 2 Tuesday 6-21-11

This document provides an overview and agenda for a Math 2 course. It outlines the course objectives which include number sense, patterns/functions/algebra, statistics/probability, and geometry/measurements. The agenda for the day is then presented, including setting goals, checking current understanding, and brainstorming places where math is used in the real world. Surveys are conducted to understand students' feelings about math and set individual goals. Students also show what math concepts they already know.

Introductory_Algebra_1B_-_course_standards

This document outlines the units, lessons, and standards covered in an Introductory Algebra 1B course. The course covers exponents, monomials, polynomials, factoring polynomials, quadratic equations, functions, rational and radical expressions/equations, transformations, and probability. Key standards addressed include evaluating and simplifying algebraic expressions, factoring quadratic expressions, solving algebraic equations and functions, working with quadratic functions and the quadratic formula, and performing transformations and calculating probabilities.

Tut2

This document summarizes the content covered in Chapter 2 of Thomas' Calculus 11th edition. It includes exercises on limits from graphs, limit calculations, average rates of change, using limit rules and the sandwich theorem, finding deltas graphically and algebraically, infinite limits, continuity from graphs, applying the continuity test, composite functions, slopes and tangent lines, rates of change, and tangent lines with specified slopes. The exercises provide problems to find and evaluate limits, determine continuity of functions, find slopes and equations of tangent lines, and sketch graphs.

Final study guide NCTM standards

The document outlines key mathematical concepts across five domains: Number and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, and Data Analysis & Probability. Some of the main ideas described include understanding numbers and operations, using algebraic symbols to represent mathematical situations, analyzing geometric shapes and spatial relationships, applying measurement techniques and formulas, and collecting and analyzing data to develop inferences.

Artifact3 allen

This lesson uses TI-Nspire software to demonstrate quadratic transformations. Students will explore how varying the coefficients a, b, and c affects the graph of the quadratic function. By manipulating sliders to change coefficient values, students can observe the transformations and develop an understanding of each coefficient's impact on the graph. The technology allows students to quickly test conjectures and analyze multiple functions simultaneously. This interactive, exploration-based approach aims to help students discern the relationships between algebraic and graphical representations of quadratics.

Artifact3 allen

The document describes an artifact analyzing quadratic function transformations using Ti-Nspire software, noting how varying the coefficients a, b, and c affects the graph by changing the slope, translating the parabola, or moving it up and down. Students observed the behavior of the graphs under different transformations and noticed that the roots remained at 3 and 5 regardless of the transformations.

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The document describes an artifact analyzing quadratic function transformations using Ti-Nspire software, noting how varying the coefficients a, b, and c affects the graph by changing the slope, translating the parabola, or moving it up and down. Students observed the behavior of the graphs under different transformations and noticed that the roots remained at 3 and 5 regardless of the transformations.

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Mathematics is the science of structure, order, and relations that has evolved from counting, measuring and describing objects. It has several key characteristics including applicability, generalization, classification structure, logic sequence, precision and accuracy, use of mathematical language and symbolism, abstraction, and patterns. Mathematics perceives reality through patterns like counting, measuring, reasoning, motion, shape, position and prediction. Common patterns used in mathematics include logic patterns, symbol patterns, number patterns, and word patterns. Patterns in numbers are often seen through the differences between consecutive numbers or other operations.

What is discrete mathematics

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Midterm Study Guide NCTM Standards

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Blabberize

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Principles in Curriculum

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Students in EDUC 520 created a presentation outlining key points in Gary Vaynerchuk's social media book Crush It.

NCTM Data Analysis

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8 Measurement

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NCTM Number and Operations

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The Design Process

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Instantly Usable Video

There are three ways to acquire instantly usable video (IUV): from a DVD, online (TeacherTube, UnitedStreaming, or YouTube), or created by a teacher. Obtain DVD footage, an online video, and create a video.

Wiki

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Twitter Changed My Life

Twitter Changed My Life

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Twitter Changed My Life (& My Classroom)

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Final study guide

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Instantly Usable Video

Instantly Usable Video

Blabberize

Blabberize

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Create an Online Video Library

Final exam review

Final exam review

Types of Shots

Types of Shots

Principles in Curriculum

Principles in Curriculum

Math processing strands

Math processing strands

Crush It Summary

Crush It Summary

NCTM Data Analysis

NCTM Data Analysis

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8 Measurement

515 Agenda 2

515 Agenda 2

NCTM Number and Operations

NCTM Number and Operations

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Instantly Usable Video

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This document provides an overview of wound healing, its functions, stages, mechanisms, factors affecting it, and complications.
A wound is a break in the integrity of the skin or tissues, which may be associated with disruption of the structure and function.
Healing is the body’s response to injury in an attempt to restore normal structure and functions.
Healing can occur in two ways: Regeneration and Repair
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Complications of wound healing like infection, hyperpigmentation of scar, contractures, and keloid formation.

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- 2. NCTM Strands Number and Operations Algebra Geometry Measurement Data Analysis & Probability
- 3. NCTM Strands Strand 2 Number and Operations Algebra Geometry Measurement Data Analysis & Probability
- 4. Algebra Understand patterns, relations, and functions Represent and analyze mathematical situations and structures using algebraic symbols Use mathematical models to represent and understand quantitative relationships Analyze change in various contexts
- 5. Algebra Understand patterns, relations, and functions Represent and analyze mathematical situations and structures using algebraic symbols Use mathematical models to represent and understand quantitative relationships Analyze change in various contexts
- 6. Algebra 1 Understand patterns, relations, and functions Represent and analyze mathematical situations and structures using algebraic symbols Use mathematical models to represent and understand quantitative relationships Analyze change in various contexts
- 7. Algebra 1 Understand patterns Sort, classify, and order objects by size, number, and other properties
- 8. Algebra 1 Understand patterns Recognize, describe, and extend patterns such as sequences of sounds and shapes or simple numeric patterns and translate from one representation to another Copy a pattern (vertical & horizontal)
- 9. Algebra 1 Understand patterns Recognize, describe, and extend patterns such as sequences of sounds and shapes or simple numeric patterns and translate from one representation to another Extend a pattern
- 10. Algebra 1 Understand patterns Recognize, describe, and extend patterns such as sequences of sounds and shapes or simple numeric patterns and translate from one representation to another Extend a pattern ACEGIKMO
- 11. Algebra 1 Understand patterns Recognize, describe, and extend patterns such as sequences of sounds and shapes or simple numeric patterns and translate from one representation to another What role/function does it have?
- 12. Algebra 1 Understand patterns Analyze how both repeating and growing patterns are generated.
- 13. Algebra Understand patterns, relations, and functions Represent and analyze mathematical situations and structures using algebraic symbols Use mathematical models to represent and understand quantitative relationships Analyze change in various contexts
- 14. Algebra 2 Understand patterns, relations, and functions Represent and analyze mathematical situations and structures using algebraic symbols Use mathematical models to represent and understand quantitative relationships Analyze change in various contexts
- 15. Algebra 2 Represent & Analyze Illustrate general principles and properties of operations, such as commutativity, using speciﬁc numbers.
- 16. Algebra 2 Represent & Analyze Illustrate general principles and properties of operations, such as commutativity, using speciﬁc numbers. + = +
- 17. 2 3 4 Algebra 2 6 7 8Represent & Analyze Use concrete, pictorial, and verbal representations to develop an understanding of invented and conventional symbolic notations.
- 18. Algebra Understand patterns, relations, and functions Represent and analyze mathematical situations and structures using algebraic symbols Use mathematical models to represent and understand quantitative relationships Analyze change in various contexts
- 19. Algebra 3 Understand patterns, relations, and functions Represent and analyze mathematical situations and structures using algebraic symbols Use mathematical models to represent and understand quantitative relationships Analyze change in various contexts
- 20. Algebra Use mathematical 3 quantities Model situations that involve the addition and subtraction of whole numbers, using objects, pictures, and symbols.
- 21. Algebra Use mathematical 3 quantities Model situations that involve the addition and subtraction of whole numbers, using objects, pictures, and symbols. xxx
- 22. Algebra Understand patterns, relations, and functions Represent and analyze mathematical situations and structures using algebraic symbols Use mathematical models to represent and understand quantitative relationships Analyze change in various contexts
- 23. Algebra 4 Understand patterns, relations, and functions Represent and analyze mathematical situations and structures using algebraic symbols Use mathematical models to represent and understand quantitative relationships Analyze change in various contexts
- 24. Algebra 4 Analyze change Describe qualitative change, such as a student's growing taller photo by Dux Carvajal
- 25. Algebra 4 Analyze change Describe quantitative change, such as a student's growing two inches in one year. photo by Cat Sacdalan
- 26. Algebra Understand patterns, relations, and functions Represent and analyze mathematical situations and structures using algebraic symbols Use mathematical models to represent and understand quantitative relationships Analyze change in various contexts

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- patterns looks good--shirt, tie
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- guitar: every fret is 1/32 smaller growing pattern
- guitar: every fret is 1/32 smaller growing pattern
- guitar: every fret is 1/32 smaller growing pattern
- guitar: every fret is 1/32 smaller growing pattern
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- start with something tangible that interests them eventually get rid of representation
- start with something tangible that interests them eventually get rid of representation
- start with something tangible that interests them eventually get rid of representation
- start with something tangible that interests them eventually get rid of representation
- start with something tangible that interests them eventually get rid of representation
- start with something tangible that interests them eventually get rid of representation
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- use real objects that students see at home
- use real objects that students see at home
- use real objects that students see at home
- use real objects that students see at home
- use real objects that students see at home
- use real objects that students see at home
- use real objects that students see at home
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