Triangles 3: I can apply trigonometric ratios and the Pythagorean Theorem to solving problems involving ... for angles of 0, 30,45, 60 and 90 without a calculator.
Apr 17, 2017 - R2. (0.33 mol%). K3PO4 (1.66 mol%). H2 (20 bar). THF, 110 oC, 3 h. R1. H. N. R2. +. H. OH. HH. Ru. PCy3. Cl. Ph. NMes. MesN. Ta. N. NPh2.
Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity and is expressed ... i, = 0, + ÄAI ... (e) An elevator moves from the second to the eleventh floo ... its cruise control set at 100 km/h. 3. ... meter in his vehicle also reads 10 km/h more each time he
Calculate the flux from an isotropic disk, as measured at detector B. The disk is seen at an angle Î± from the perpendicular to the detector, and its surface.
Density Problem Set #1. I can calculate the density of an object using mass and volume measurements. Some objects tend to be âheavy, â while other objects ...
1.3: Label the planes illustrated in the figure below : ... uncertainty in the momentum of the particle, using the Heisenberg uncertainty principle in terms of L and.
(d) cis-2-methyl-3-nonene. Indicate which of the following show geometric (cis-trans) isomerism, and draw all of the cis-trans ... (g) 4-ethyl-3-methyl-3-hexene.
Apr 6, 2018 - Mean dependent var. 385.2804 S.D. dependent var 195.1137 .... these two conditions are satisfied, the sample mean is a consistent estimator.
Draw a Lewis structure for each of the following molecules or ions. Describe the electron-pair geometry and the molecular geometry around the central atom. (a).
This problem set has two purposes: get you familiar with Python and NumPy, and reveal some important properties of statistical estimation and prediction.
Trigonometry / Problem Solving Rubric Date Due: _________________!
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Habit 1: I can make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.
I can make sense of problems...
My work is clear, I have accounted for all constraints, and it is obvious what I did to solve these problems. There is evidence that I have checked continually to see if my work makes sense.
My solution pathway is thoughtful. I have examined constraints. I ask new questions to help me make sense of this problem.
I make some sense of the problem. I should ask a few more questions so I can continue on this problem. It is not clear that I have checked to see if my solution makes sense.
I should ask clarifying questions about what the problem is asking me to do.
There is evidence that I have tried to solve this problem in multiple ways, (even if the first thing I tried worked!).
It is clear that I have made a serious attempt at solving this problem.
I have attempted to solve this problem, but I did not follow through to the end.
I attempted the problem, but it looks like I quit before I really got going.
...in solving them.
My solution is accurate and elegant.
My solution is accurate and efficient.
My solution might be accurate, but it is unclear how I found it.
I do not offer a reasonable solution to this problem.
Habit 7: I look for and can make use of structures and patterns.
I look for structures & patterns...
I clearly describe the patterns I have found in this problem.
I found some patterns in this problem, and my description of them pretty much makes sense.
I might be on the right track toward discovering patterns, but I need to work on describing these patterns clearly.
There is not much evidence that I have found any patterns in this problem.
...and I make use of them.
There is evidence that I used the patterns I found to solve the Extension Problem.
There is evidence that I am trying to make use of the patterns I find.
I might have found some good patterns, but I need to work on using them to help solve the problem.
I haven’t really tried to use any patterns in this problem.