Equilateral-All sides 60Isosceles – 2 sides equalScalene- No equal sides | Acute- >90Right- 90Obtuse- >90 | All sides must equal 180Hypotenus is 1 less | Supplementary – 2 angels add up to 180Congruent – SameComplementary - 2 angels add up to 90 (it is right to compliment) | Area of a triangle is 1/2bhArea of a perimeter is adding all sidesArea of Irregular Shape – Make boxes then multiple and then add | Protractors –Look at where the zero and follow on that line | Conjectures – believe to be true, not yet proven | Range – Low to highMedian- MiddleMode- Most used numberMean – Average | Quotient – The answer to a division problemProduct – The answer to a multiplication problem | Translation – Moving without rotation Order of magnitude – The size | 20 degrees 40 degrees is the answer 160 degrees 80 degrees | Graphs-Read Horizontal (straight) line first then vertical (up) line | Natural Numbers – 1,2,3Whole Numbers – 0,1,2,3,4Intergers - -4,-3,-2,-1,-0,1,2,3,4Rationals – Above positive and fractionsReal Numbers - Nearly any number you can think of is a Real Number, not a real number is infinity and square roots minus numbersIrrationals – Numbers that can’t be expanded as the ration of 2 integers | Subtract % - Change % to decimal multiply number by decimalFraction Add – 1/3 + 1/6 = 2/6 find what 3 and 6 go into, multiple top number by that number, then simplify | % to decimal – Move decimal 2 places to the left 75%=0.75 Decimals to % -move decimals 2 places to the right – 0.125=12.5%.50= 50/100, 25.5=25 5/10, 6/100=.60To put fractions in order from least to big, Turn Fractions to decimals. Rank Fractions from low to high. 2/6, 7/13, 13/24, 7/6 | Dice 6+6 is 1/6 X 1/6 X 1/2=1/72 . (1-6 1-6 1-3) | 1cm=10mm1 centimeter = 0.01 meters | 12 1/3=36 – Multiple! 12X3=36 | Probability – Total number of outcomes divided by total success (success doesn’t change) (Total Success)Percent Probability – 1. Favorable Outcomes 2. Determine Total Number of event possible or choices 3. Divide number of outcome by number of events 4. Move decimal 2 places to the right | Trapezoid Parlleogram Hexagon Octagon Pentagon Rhombus | Choreographers-Unity Perspective of art-Depth | Basketball- Shadowing of a player Hockey-Don’t look down, keep stick low, angle blade over puck | Chemical weathering caused by oxidation –look for rusting on decomposed rocks Salmonella-Baby TurtlesKinetic energy-energy of motion-once started | Plants: * Phloem and Xylem is like a human’s circulatory and digestive track * Schlerenchyma Cells – provides support to plants * Collenchymas Cells-Tensile strength-Hypodermis in stem and…
looking for ways to earn scholarships to help make college more affordable. However, for most high school athletes, it is impossible to keep track of career statistics in an efficient and consistent manner. Therefore, research was conducted to determine if “off the shelf” software could be purchased to compile the team and individual statistics. Research found that no such program existed. To resolve these issues, the decision was made to design and build a Permanent Individual and Team Statistics…
Can I afford Project?
Front-end ratio: The ratio of the total monthly house payment to gross monthly income. (payment/income)
Back-end ratio: The ratio of the total monthly debt payment to gross monthly income. (payment +all credit cards payments + auto loan payments + student loan payments/income)
Credit score: Calculated by national credit bureaus
Factors that impact a credit score:
1. payment history/unresolved collections
2. excessive lines of…
multiiples, primes, Rounding, place value, HCF, LCM, Prime
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From this list of numbers
Write down a multiple of 10.
Write down a factor of 35.
Write down a square number.
Write down three-quarters as a percentage…
containers of 6, 9, and 20.
Write a program to tell you the highest number of nuggets that you cannot purchase! Re-read that just in case it went past you the first time! The highest number that you cannot get. For example, you can get 15 nuggets by purchasing and box of 6 and a box of 9 nuggets. You can get 18 by purchasing 2 boxes of 9 nuggets. But with no combination of 6, 9, and 20 can you purchase 17 nuggets. What is the highest number that you cannot get?!
This simple game will give you experience…
* Imaginary number is a number whose square is less than or equal to zero. Ex.
* A quadratic equation with real or complex coefficients has two solutions, called roots. Having or having a solution set.
* Roots is where a function equals zero. In this example, -2 and 2 are the roots of the function x2 - 4
* Fractions are is numerical quantity that is not a whole number: 1/2, 0.5
* A Complex Number is a combination of a Real Number and an Imaginary Number Ex. 2+3i. 2 being…
Every year 300,000 lives are lost to obesity and it is the second most preventable disease in America. If people are willing to try and become thin and healthy the number of lives lost annually would decrease. Fat is essential to the body’s function, excess fat still puts people at risk. Although some people think the government should leave it to the individuals to take personal responsibility for their health and what they eat, the government should neutralize the influence of the food industry…
the balanced net ionic equation (redox equation) for this reaction.
b) Which species is the oxidizing agent?
3) Give the oxidation number of S in the species FSO3- ?
4) Is this a redox reaction : 2HCl + Na2S -> 2NaCl + H2S ?
5) In a redox reaction, the increase in the oxidation number of one
species is accompanied by the decrease in the oxidation number of
another species. Explain.
6) Balance the half reaction : HNO3 -> NO2 in acid solution.
7) Balance the half reaction : NH3 -> N2O in basic…
Atomic number: 25
Atomic mass: 54.938045
Number of Protons/Electrons: 25
Number of Neutrons: 30
Date of Discovery: 1774
Discoverer: Johann Gahn
Name Origin: From the Latin word mangnes (magnet)
Physical Properties:Manganese is a steel-gray, hard, shiny, brittle metal.
Chemical Properties of Manganese:
Electrochemical Equivalent: 0.29282g/amp-hr
Insight Into Your Ethical Perspective
Your Ethical Perspective
You tend to base your ethical perspective on the results or consequences of your actions. You believe
that conduct should be directed toward promoting the greatest good for the greatest number of
persons. In judging whether an individual’s actions are ethical, you look for concrete evidence. It is not
enough for an individual to “talk the talk.” Results are needed to indicate that she/he is “walking the
walk.”In your opinion, what really…
Assess the strengths and weaknesses of Utilitarianism
Utilitarianism is a teleological theory first devised by Jeremy Bentham. The theory focuses on the ‘greatest happiness for the greatest number’. Utilitarianism is a teleological theory; the end justifies the means, and thus a thinker would judge the rightness of an action by the end it produces, whether right or wrong. For example, stealing food for your starving family is justified because it results in a good end.
One strength of Act Utilitarianism…