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Page 1 of 11 Are You Ready for Algebra 3/Trigonometry? Summer Packet **Required for all Algebra 3/Trig CP and Honors students** The Algebra 3/Trigonometry course prepares students for Calculus and college science courses. In order to accomplish this, the course is taught at a significantly faster pace than Algebra 2, and students often find it difficult to adjust. To make the transition easier, spend time this summer practicing and reviewing the Algebra topics in this packet! **You will be given a Quiz based on the contents of this packet at the beginning of your Algebra 3/Trig course.** There is a formula sheet and answers to the problems at the end. If you are unsure how to do any problem, check the Internet for help. Go to google.com and type “Algebra Tutorial”, or the words that describe the problem type. Some websites are free, such as http://www.wtamu.edu/academic/anns/mps/math/mathlab/and http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/sitemap.aspx and http://www.khanacademy.org A. Evaluate using order of operations: 3 xy 2 1 1. when x = -3, y = -2 3x3 y 1 B. Solve equations: 3. 3(3x 2) 6( 3 2 x) 2 x 2 4 x when x = -1 2. 4. 2 5x 9 3 8 x 2 C. Linear Equations - Sketch graphs, write linear equations using slope and intercept: 5. In which quadrant is (5, -4)?...

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Annandale High School Algebra 2 Honors with Trigonometry for sophomores and above (NOT for incoming freshmen) Summer Assignment For sophomore, junior, & senior students entering Algebra 2 Honors in the Fall of 2013 This packet is a good summary of background math knowledge you should have for Algebra 2 Honors with Trig. It will be collected for a hw grade at your first class, and the material will be tested in class during the first two weeks of school. If you have any questions on this packet or the course, you may contact Mr. Mazzarella at mjmazzarella@fcps.edu. Please do not wait until the last minute to begin this assignment. 24. Solve:if written that way in the problem. Make sure the graphs extend to the edges of the graph paper. 2) Locate the point(s) of intersection of the graphs and label them with their coordinates. Approximate the points by inspecting the graph if 191 you made it from “scratch” or by using the 2nd CALC 5:intersect function of the calculator. ** 3) State the solution set in the form of coordinates. SS = { (x1, y1), (x2, y2) } Check in both original equations. 4) If the graphs do not intersect, there is no solution. SS = { } or SS = Ø ** Substitute the answers in both original equations to check for accuracy. Solve Algebraically – Use Substitution. (If the equations are written in function form, change f(x) to y in both equations.) Steps 1) Solve the linear equation for y. 2) Substitute the resulting expression for y in the quadratic equation. This removes y from the quadratic equation and we can then solve for x. 3) Write the equation in standard form and make it equal to zero. 4) Solve as usual – factor, quadratic formula, etc. Find the real values for x. a) Two real answers for x means the equations are equal for two values of x and y. (The graphs would intersect in two places.) Algebra 2/Trigonometry Made Easy Problem solving, a primary goal of all learning standards, is emphasized throughout the text. Students are challenged to apply what has been learned to the solution of both routine and non-routine problems. Enrichment is stressed both in the text and in the Teacher’s Manual where many suggestion are given for teaching strategies and alternative assessment. The Manual provides opportunities for extended tasks and hands-on activities. Reproducible Enrichment Activities that challenge students to explore topics in greater depth are provided in each chapter of the Manual. In this text, the real number system is expanded to include the complex numbers, and algebraic, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions are investigated. The student is helped to understand the many branches of mathematics, to appreciate the common threads that link these branches, and to recognize their interdependence. The intent of the author is to make this book of greatest service to the average student through detailed explanations and multiple examples. Each section provides careful step-by-step procedures for solving routine exercises as well as the nonroutine applications of the material. Sufficient enrichment material is included to challenge students of all abilities...

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Algebra 2/Trigonometry Made Easy Handbook Acknowledgements My thanks to my daughter, Debra Casey who teaches math in Andover HS, MA who assisted in writing and proofreading Algebra 2 – Trig Made Easy; Jennifer Sauer, my former student, who now teaches with me and wrote the calculator appendix for this book; Barbara Kandybowicz, my friend and retired math teacher, who did careful proofreading and made suggestions; and to Jessica Armstrong and Marin Ward, both former students, who helped with the Statistics chapter and the proofreading. Many thanks to Julieen Kane, my publisher’s assistant who, despite being a non-math person, did a great job with recreating the graphs and diagrams. And, of course, to Keith Williams, the publisher, whose extraordinary patience throughout this writing and proofing process is remarkable. Introduction Algebra 2/Trig Made Easy is designed to coordinate with the New York State Curriculum for Algebra 2 and Trigonometry. It is a student friendly quick reference guide to the content of the course. As everyone who teaches or is learning the content of Algebra 2/Trigonometry, the curriculum is packed with topics and is very intense. We are all struggling to get everything covered adequately within the school year. Procedures are explained step by step and many examples are provided. We have included an appendix with information regarding use of a graphing calculator (TI 83 or TI 84) since it can be implemented for many topics in the curriculum. The appendix is referenced throughout the book by an icon with the page number in it. It should be noted that many of the problems in Algebra 2/Trigonometry can be solved in multiple ways and it is important for the student to follow the directives of his/her own teacher. I hope this handbook, Algebra 2 / Trigonometry Made Easy, clarifies the procedures needed and helps you work though various problems more successfully. Sincerely, NOTE TO THE STUDENTS Throughout this book you will find a calculator symbol. The number in the calculator window will correspond to the page number in the Graphing Calculator Appendix. The calculator symbol is there to remind you, the student, where to find the step-by-step directions to solve the examples or problems. 8 –– Solving SYSTEMS OF Equations Quadratic Linear Systems What is a “system of equations”? When two or more equations are to be solved at the same time, it is called a system. The solution(s) of the system are the values of x and y at which the equations are equal to each other. When graphed, the solution(s) are the coordinates of the points of intersection of the graphs. To solve graphically: Steps 1) Graph each equation – either by making a table of values and graphing or by using the graphing calculator. Sketch the graphs on graph paper and label appropriately. Label the parabola at the vertex and at one point on each side of the vertex. Label the line with two points. Both are labeled with their equations or f(x) and g(x)...

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• AL-QAEDA AND ANARCHISM: A HISTORIAN’S REPLY TO TERROROLOGY James L. Gelvin Department of History University of California, Los Angeles According to an apocryphal story, Henry Kissinger/André Malraux/an unidentified journalist once asked Chinese premier Zhou Enlai about the significance of the French Revolution. Zhou reportedly replied that it was still too early to tell. Taking this story in its intended spirit, one might reasonably ask the following question: If it is too early to determine the significance of a phenomenon that had occurred a century and a half earlier, is it at all reasonable to attempt to determine the significance of one that is a mere two and a half decades old? More specifically, is it possible for historians and other social scientists writing six years after the attacks of 9/11 (when most turned their attention to the problem) to typologize and historicize the phenomenon of jihadi movements such as al-Qaeda? Zhou’s reported caution aside, it is not as if the freshness of the phenomenon has prevented everyone from journalists to historians to specialists in the newly reinvigorated field of “terrorology” from weighing in on the issue. Some have chosen to view contemporary jihadi movements as a phenomenon sui generis; for others, they are variations on one or another historical theme. Putting aside for the moment the “what went wrong” school of analysis, which presents jihadi movements as a manifestation or the logical culmination of a civilization gone bad,1 two styles of sui generis narrative appear with some regularity. First, there are those accounts that focus on the genealogy of jihadi movements by applying a traditional history-of-ideas methodology. In these accounts, ideas evolve one from the other in a linear and progressive manner, somehow radiating their influence across time and generations. Thus, the family tree of contemporary jihadi movements most frequently begins with ibn Taymiyya and runs through Muhammad ibn Wahhab, Mawlani Abul A’la Mawdudi, Sayyid Qutb, Muhammad al-Faraj, and Abdullah Azzam until it reaches Omar Abdul Rahman (“the blind sheikh”), Ayman Zawahiri, and Osama bin Laden.2 Like all traditional history-ofideas narratives, this one attempts to make up for what it lacks in sufficiency with an overabundance of necessity. (As will be seen below, a stronger case might be made for replacing the progressive chronological sequence with one that starts with bin Laden and continues back in time through ibn Taymiyya, and substituting the words “selected and drew from” for “influenced.”) Others have attempted to address this shortcoming by affixing to their narratives contingent external events that, they claim, have increased the availability of or receptivity to proto-jihadi or jihadi ideas. Thus, the now-familiar stories of a drunk American woman’s abortive shipboard seduction of Sayyid Qutb (and the Cairene’s reputed and less than convincing shock at the loose, small-town American values of the late 1940s [!]), the petrodollar-backed spread of Wahhabi doctrines, the hothouse atmosphere of Nasser’s and Mubarak’s jails, and America’s covert support of ArabAfghan mujahidin fighting the Soviet Union.3 Unfortunately, accounting for the resonance of jihadi ideology (instead of, say, the Islamo-nationalism represented by Hamas or Hizbullah or a more “traditional” Islamist ideology such as that espoused by the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt) remains a problem here as well...

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ndependent Engineering Laboratories, Inc. Innovation Beyond Limitation Fuel Injector Performance Testing (Port or Direct Injection) Fuel injector characterization is carried out using a test stand that conforms to SAE-J1832 recommended practice. A proprietary injector driver assists the stand to achieve 0.35% repeatability. If desired, an auxiliary driver may be interfaced. Both conventional and alternative fuels can be studied at pressures exceeding 600kPa (port injection). Fuel temperatures are controlled and can range from 0°C to 60°C. Direct Injection Utilizing an external built spin fixture (which can be esigned and built in-house) We now have the capability to perform injector characterization on highpressure Direct Injection Applications. With infinite flexibility, iEL can handle any of your injector testing needs. Static and Dynamic Flow Characterization Infinite Frequency and Pulse Width Programmability Available Functional Measurements: Closing Time Coil Resistance Dynamic Flow DMOV External Leakage Hydraulic Leakage Voltage Offset Impedance Insulation Resistance Linear Flow Range Missing Pulses Pulsation Rail Distribution and more…. Repeatability Response Time Seat Leakage Slope and Offset Static Flow SMOV Independent Engineering Laboratories, Inc. * 145 W. Monroe Street * Jackson, Michigan 49202 Phone: 517-788-6590 * Fax: 517-788-6592 * ielsales@ielinc.com Independent Engineering Laboratories, Inc. Innovation Beyond Limitation Fuel Injector Durability Testing (Port and Direct Injection) Currently fixturing is available to test up to 200 (port) injectors at one time. Conventional or alternative fuels can be accommodated. Temperature, pressure and operating voltage are continuously logged throughout the test. If desired, the performance characteristics of individual units may also be recorded during the test. Fuel temperatures are controlled and can range from -40 °C to 70°C. Additionally, the fixtures can be placed in an environmental chamber and the ambient air controlled from -60°C to 160°C. Vibration can be added to better simulate real world conditions. In short, we can provide vibration, thermal cycle, and control fuel temperature all while operating the injectors...

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Tips mengerjakan soal TPA (Bagian 3 : Barisan dan Wacana) Barisan adalah sekelompok bilangan yang disusun menurut pola atau aturan tertentu. Kita mengenal beberapa barisan, yaitu : 1. Barisan Aritmetika : un = a + (n-1)b Barisan yang memiliki beda atau selisih yang tetap diantara dua suku yang berurutan. Contoh : 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, .. Beda barisan di atas = 2 4 – 2 = 6 – 4 = 8 – 6 = 10 – 8 = 2 2. Barisan Geometri : un = a ⋅ rn-1 Barisan yang memiliki rasio atau pembanding yang tetap diantara dua suku berurutan. Contoh : 1, 3, 9, 27, 81, .. Rasio barisan di atas = 3 3 9 27 81 3 9 27 1 3 3. Barisan Fibonacci (sering keluar di SNMPTN) : un = un-2 + un-1 Barisan bilangan dimana suku berikutnya adalah jumlah dua suku sebelumnya. Contoh : 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, … 1+1=2 1+2=3 2+3=5 3+5=8 8 + 13 = 21 dan seterusnya 4. Barisan bujursangkar (barisan kuadrat) : un = n2 Contoh : 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, … 5. Barisan persegi panjang : un = n(n+1) Contoh : 2, 6, 12, 20, 30, 42, … ...

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SELEKSI NASIONAL MASUK PERGURUAN TINGGI NEGERI TES BIDANGSTUDI IPA MATEMATIKA FISIKA KIMIA BIOLOGI KEMENTERIAN PENDIDIKAN DAN KEBUDAYAAN DIREKTORAT JENDERAL PENDID!KAN TINGGI - PETUNJUK UMUM Sebelum mengerjakan soal, telitilah kelengkapan nomor dalam berkas soal ini. Tes Bidang Studi lpA ini terdiri atas 60 soal dari 4 bidang ilmu, yaitu Matematika 15 soal, Fisika '!5 soal, Kimia 15 soal, dan Biologi 15 soal.Selama ujian berlangsung, Anda tidak diperkenan- kan bertanya atau meminta penjelasan kepada siapa pun tentang soal-soal ujian, termasuk kepada pengawas ujian. 8. Selama ujian berlangsung, Bacalah dengan cermat aturan dan tata cara menjawab setiap tipe soal! 3. Tulislah jawaban Anda pada lembar jawaban ujian yang tersedia sesuai dengan petunjuk yang diberikan! 4. Anda dapat menggunakan bagian yang kosong dalam berkas soal untuk keperluan corat-coret. Jangan menggunakan lembar jawaban ujian untuk keperluan corat-coret. 5. Selama ujian berlangsung, Anda tidak diperkenankan menggunakan alat hitung dalam segala bentuk. 6. Selama ujian berlangsung, Anda tidak diperkenankan menggunakan alat komunikasi dalam segala bentuk. Anda tidak diperkenankan keluar-masuk ruang ujian.Waktu ujian yang disediakan adalah 90 menit. 0. Harap diperhatikan agar lembar jawaban ujian tidak kotor, tidak terlipat, tidak basah, dan tidak robek. ll.Setelah ujian selesai, Anda diminta tetap duduk sampai pengawas selesai mengumpulkan lembar jawaban ujian. Anda dipersilahkan keluar ruang setelah mendapat isyarat dari pangawas untuk meninggalkan ruang. 12.Jawaban yang benar diberi skor +4, jawaban kosong diberi skor 0, dan jawaban yang salah diberi skor -1. l3.Penilaian didasarkan atas perolehan skor pada setiap bidang ilmu. Oleh sebab itu, Anda jangan hanya menekankan pada b'idang ilmu tertentu (tidak ada bidang ilmu yang diabaikan). PETUNJUK KHUSUS Soalterdiri atas tiga bagian, yaitu pERNYATAAN, SEBAB, danALASAN yang disusun secara berurutan. Pilihlah -ll) iik, pernyataan benar, alasan benar, keduanya menunjukkan hubungan sebab akibat {(B) jika pernyataan benar, alasan benar, tetapi keduanya tidak menunjukkan hubungan sebab akibat (C) jika pernyataan benar, alasan salah (D) jika pernyataan salah, alasan benar. (E) jika pernyataan dan alasan, keduanya salah ...

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Soal Latihan dan Pembahasan Fungsi komposisi dan invers Di susun Oleh : Yuyun Somantri1 http://bimbinganbelajar.net/ Di dukung oleh : Portal edukasi Gratis Indonesia Open Knowledge and Education http://oke.or.id Tutorial ini diperbolehkan untuk di copy, di sebarluaskan, di print dan diperbaiki dengan tetap menyertakan nama penulis、 tanpa ada tujuan komersial Lahir di Bandung tahun 1956, Lulus dari SMK Kimia melanjutkan studinya ke UPI (IKIP Bandung), lalu meneruskan studinya lagi bidang matematika dan dari tahun 1984 sampai saat ini mengajar matematika di SMA Negeri 3 Tasikmalaya Fungsi Komposisi dan fungsi Invers 1.Jika f ( x) = x 2 + 1 dan g ( x) = 2 x − 1 maka tentukan ( fog )( x) ! Jawab : ( fog )( x) = f ( g ( x)) = f (2 x − 1) = (2 x − 1) 2 + 1 = 4 x 2 − 4 x + 2 2. Jika f ( x) = Jawab : 1xdan ( fog )( x) = maka tentukan g(x) ! 2x − 1 3x − 2 ( fog )( x) = f ( g ( x )) x 1 3x − 2 1 = ⇔ 2 g ( x) − 1 = ⇔ g ( x) = 2 − 3 x − 2 2 g ( x) − 1 x x ...

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Ujian Nasional Tiket Masuk Perguruan Tinggi PUSAT INFORMASI DAN HUBUNGAN MASYARAKAT...UN adalah contoh lain lagi. Hal baru yang ... peserta didik mendaftar SNMPTN secara komputerisasi, dan menjalani .... Naskah soal UN 2013 dengan lembar....Bidikmisi adalah program bantuan biaya pendidikan yang diberikan Pemerintah kepada mahasiswa yang memiliki potensi akademik memadai dan kurang mampu secara ekonomi. Misi program ini untuk menghidupkan harapan bagi masyarakat kurang mampu dan mempotensi akademik memadai untuk dapat menempuh pendidikan sampai ke jenjang pendidikan tinggi....

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LATIHAN SOAL. TES POTENSI AKADEMIK (TPA) / TES BAKAT SKOLASTIK ( TBS) 2010. Persiapan PBS UGM, UTUL UM UGM, PMBT ITB, & SNMPTN 2010...*Free Download, Tidak untuk dijual Kode Soal: 101 Jumlah Soal = 60 soal Waktu = 60 menit...

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