Conic sections are the intersection of a cone and a plane. Conic sections consist of circles, ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas. To determine the conic that an equation may create, you would have to figure out the shape thru the equation. In order to identify the shape, pointing out common key factors will help. For instance, in some conics (vertices, foci, and axes), are a few key ideas to help. So you start by plotting these key points and then identifying what kind of curve they form. A circle is the equal distance from the center to edge of the circle. The equation is (Y square + X square = V square), with the same X and Y coefficients. In order to form an equation for a transformation circle, you must identify the center and the radius. Then you use the numbers to plug them into (Y square + X square = V square), and set it to Y. Once that is done, you have to solve it, and find the negative version of the equation. For the circle, both coefficients are squared. An ellipse is like a stretched out circle (oval). They are either stretched Horizontally (Y) or Vertically (Y). They also contain two radiuses, a horizontal radius and a vertical radius, and last but not least they have different coefficients. Ellipses are different because they have different coefficients and shapes. The Ellipse’s have a positive sign in between the equations, while the circles have a negative sign in between the equations. In order to write an equation for a Ellipse we have to find the center of the ellipses, then find both radius (x, y). We also have to find the value under y square, and then we…
Why is Square successful?
Square is one of the worlds leading devices in online commerce. It has enabled customers to easily make online payments anytime and anywhere. It deals with over 4 million dollars worth of transactions a day and this adds up to millions of transactions a month. There are so many reasons why Square is so successful;
First of all, Square offers a better solution to a common problem in online transactions. The payment is one of the most annoying problems for many small…
Section A- Language variation and change
Text A is an album review published in the newspaper New Musical Express in 1965. Its purpose is to convey the writer’s ideas and opinions of the two albums to the readers. So it was written by a professional writer and critic. The audience would be people interested in music and the singers mentioned who want to get an idea or feel what the albums are like and if they are worth buying, or they could just be readers of the newspaper and have stumbled across…
CMIS102 Homework Assignment 1 (Worth 13% of your grade)
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In this assignment, you will design a program to perform the following task:
Calculate the usable area in square feet of house. Assume that the house has a maximum of four rooms, and that each room is rectangular.
Before attempting this exercise, be sure you have completed all of chapter 2 and course module readings, participated in the weekly conferences, and…
quotation marks (“”) except when indented – see below.
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* Any omission from the original must be indicated (e.g. …) so as not to misrepresent.
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* When directly quoting from a play, the page number is not reliable. Instead, you usually give act, scene, lines, in (respectively) large Roman, small Roman, Arabic numerals, all in round brackets. Thus Act 4, scene 3, lines 22-26…
Tiananmen Square Presentation Notes:
Following the death of Hu Yaobang, a funeral was held in The Great Hall of the People on April 22nd, 1989. During the memorial ceremony, students think it’s a great time to present their petition, as for Yaobang was known for pushing democratic reforms himself. Three students were allowed to present the petition in front of The Great Hall of the People where they kneeled down and demanded to meet with Premier Li Peng. Li Peng refuses to meet them and their…
My City: Confederation Square, Peterborough
Jonathan Quail 0417881
October 18, 2011
Professor R. Picton
Bordering McDonnel, Murry and George N, is the park known as Confederation Square. This park is located across for Peterborough City Hall and is a space for remembering the soldiers who have died in armed conflict beginning with the first World War. Besides the emotional importance of the square it also has importance for urban geographers…
My family is partly English we are also alittle bit German. England is one of three great countrys that make up Great Briton. England is 50,516 square miles in mass. The land of England has many ways of transportation. England has 230,394 miles of highways , 10,464 miles of railroads, 470 miles worth of air stirps, and 1,984 miles of navagatable water ways. This makes for a lot of ways to get around.(Faiella)
Geographical coordinants are 54.00 north, and 2.00 west. The highest mountian…
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Below is an explanation of the symbols in Chapter 2.
M = Mean
Mdn. = Median
SS = Sum of Squared Deviations
SD2 = Variance…
the Chi-Square Test
In the Chi-Square Test, a scientist evaluates data by comparing the actual
observed data with expected data from previous studies or models. The data
analyzed using the Chi-Square Test is categorical data or ‘yes or no’ data. For ‘yes
or no’ data, the Chi-Square Test is often an appropriate statistical test. The
method for doing the Chi-Square Test is given below, and the probability or Pvalues are given in the Critical Chi-Square Table.
The Chi-Square Test
Nathan Worling Z5057106
ZEIT8303 PROJECT MANAGEMENT BODY OF KNOWLEDGE
Federation Square Project
Designed by Donald Bates and Peter Davidson – LAB Architecture Studio
Opened 26th of October 2002 Estimated cost - $473 million
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .................................................................................. 3
2 INTRODUCTION .................…