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...| Course Syllabus College of Humanities COMM/215 Version 10 Essentials of College Writing BSDP19KRP7 Schedule:09/24/2013 to 10/28/2013 | Copyright © 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Course Description This course covers the essential writing skills required for college-level coursework. Students will learn to distinguish between interpretive and analytical writing while using the writing process and specific rhetorical strategies to develop position and persuasion essays and a case study analysis, and learning teams will prepare an applied research paper. The course offers exercises for review of the elements of grammar, mechanics, style, citation, and proper documentation. Policies Faculty and students/learners will be held responsible for understanding and adhering to all policies contained within the following two documents: University policies: You must be logged into the student website to view this document. Instructor policies: This document is posted in the Course Materials forum. University policies are subject to change. Be sure to read the policies at the beginning of each class. Policies may be slightly different depending on the modality in which you attend class. If you have recently changed modalities, read the policies governing your current class modality. Course Materials Clouse, B. F. (2008). The student writer: Editor and critic. (7th ed.). Boston, MA: McGraw......

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...of writing 2a ϩ 3b ϩ 3ab ϩ ba, we can write 2a ϩ 3b ϩ 4ab. We can add 3ab to ba to make 4ab because ab and ba are like terms. Example Simplify the following by collecting like terms: a) 3m ϩ 4m ϩ m ϩ n ϩ 2n b) 4mv ϩ 2z Ϫ 3mv ϩ z ϩ 3m There are eight lots of m and three lots of n. a) 3m ϩ 4m ϩ m ϩ n ϩ 2n ϭ 8m ؉ 3n b) 4mv ϩ 2z Ϫ 3mv ϩ z ϩ 3m ϭ mv ϩ 3z ϩ 3m First look at the mv terms: 4mv Ϫ 3mv ϭ 1mv (which we usually write as mv) Now look at the z terms: 2z ϩ z ϭ 3z Now look at the m terms: you have 3m Exercise 6.1 .......................................................................................... ᕡ Simplify the following expressions by collecting like terms: a) b) c) d) e) yϩyϩyϩyϩy m+m+m+b+m zϩaϩaϩa pϩrϩpϩpϩpϩrϩrϩpϩrϩpϩpϩrϩpϩpϩrϩp tϩtϪqϩtϪqϪq ᕢ Simplify the following expressions by collecting like terms: a) 9p ϩ 3r Ϫ 2p ϩ r ϩ 2r Ϫ p c) b Ϫ t ϩ 3t Ϫ t e) x ϩ y Ϫ x Ϫ y 58 Maths Connect 1R b) 5x ϩ 2y ϩ y Ϫ x Ϫ y ϩ 7x ϩ 3y d) y ϩ 2u ϩ u ϩ 3u ϩ 2u ϩ u Ϫ 4y ϩ u Ϫ y 06 Section 6 pp058-067.qxd 26/8/03 10:04 am Page 59 ᕣ Simplify the following algebraic expressions: Look carefully at each term. a) ab ϩ ab ϩ ab ϩ c ϩ c ϩ ab b) ty Ϫ r Ϫ r Ϫ ty ϩ ty ϩ ty c) wd ϩ gh ϩ wd ϩ wd ϩ d Ϫ gh Ϫ gh d) abc ϩ ba ϩ ba ϩ ac Ϫ abc ϩ bc ϩ abc e) xz Ϫ yz ϩ xz Ϫ yz ϩ z ᕤ Simplify the following algebraic expressions: a) c) e) g) i) k) 3r ϩ 2b ϩ 5r ϩ 4b 6t ϩ 7y Ϫ t ϩ 5y Ϫ 3t 16 ϩ t Ϫ 2s ϩ 12 7ab ϩ 4b Ϫ......

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...sets of finals with different values 1. Select the difference of (2x2-3x3) - (8x2-6x3) 2. Simplify the following expression 4(4x+1) 3. Select the product of (7x-6)(5x+8) 4. Simplify the following expression (x+8) 3 5. Select the product of (5x+7) (5x-7) 6 Select the product of (8x+7) (x2-6x+5) 7. Select the product of (-6x8) (x3y7) 8. Select the product of (9x-9)(9x-9) 9. Select the product of (3x+7)(7x-3) 10. Select the difference of (2x2-13x+7) - (-1-12x) 11. Factor the expression x2+8x+15 12. Factor the expression x2-11x+24 13. Factor the expression x2-51x+144 14. Factor the expression 21x2+37x+12 15. Factor the expression 30x2+95x+50 16. Factor the expression -14x2-29x-12 17. Factor the expression x2+2x+48 18. Factor the expression 36x2-1 19. Factor the expression y2+14xy+49x2 20. Factor the expression -216x3+1 21. Simplify the following rational expression (x2_25)/ (x2_3x-10) 22. Select the product 9/(x-1).7/(x-3) 23. Select the quotient ((x+4)/(x-1))/ ((x2+x)/(x-1)) 24. Select the difference 3/(2x-1) – 5/(2x-1) 25.Select the sum x/(3x-6)+ (1/8) 26. Select the value of x that is a solution for this equation6/x=7/(x+3) 27.An object 4.2 feet tall casts a shadow that is 12.6 feet long. How long in feet would the shadow be for an object which is 15.9 feet tall? 28. Simplify the expression ∛(5/64) 29. Simplify the expression √7(7-√7)+5√7 30. Simplify the expression 5/ (8+√7) 31. Solve for x in the equation x2-4x-5=0 32. Consider the......

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...class diagram and to try to simplify its organization using a package diagram. The package diagram ensures that classes that belong together are grouped into a single package and thus simplify the development of these classes and their maintenance. Your deliverable this week is to generate a package diagram for the SRS system. Create a package diagram of the SRS system (to simplify the SRS class diagram) using the Rational Software Architect software on the Citrix iLab environment. Explain your work and the decisions you made to arrive at your proposed solution. Activity mode aims to provide quality study notes and tutorials to the students of CIS 339 iLab 5 Package Diagrams in order to ace their studies. CIS 339 ILAB 5 PACKAGE DIAGRAMS To purchase this visit following link: http://www.activitymode.com/product/cis-339-ilab-5-package-diagrams/ Contact us at: SUPPORT@ACTIVITYMODE.COM CIS 339 ILAB 5 PACKAGE DIAGRAMS Your analysis phase of the SRS project went well and your team feels good about their Functional, Structural, and Behavioral models. You also discussed the result of your analysis with the School of Prosperity (SoP) administration and they seem to be in line with your analysis models. Now is the time to start the design phase where you generate specific directions for the implementation of the system by the software development group. The first step in the design phase is to examine the SRS class diagram and to try to simplify its organization using......

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...expression, we need to simplify it. A radical is in simplified form if it meets 3 criteria: * There are no perfect nth-factors inside the radical * There are no fractions inside a radical * There are no radical signs in the denominator of a fraction In this section, we will deal only with the first criterion – that there be no perfect nth factors inside the radical sign. To simplify we will be using the definition of fractional powers: Definition of Fractional Exponents We have worked with the first part of this definition before, but we will use the last part in simplifying. Study the following examples: Example. Use the definition of fractional exponents to rewrite the radical expression in exponential form. 1. By our definition, we can rewrite this as: 2. When we have a square root, the index is understood to be 2. We can write in the index and then proceed as above: Sometimes we can simplify our result after writing in exponential form: 3. Applying the definition we get . If we simplify the exponent, , and so the problem simplifies to 4. Applying the definition and simplifying we get 5. Again, the index of the square root is 2 and so In addition to the definition of fractional exponents, we will also use the following: Rule of Radicals 1: This rule can either be used from left to right or from right to left. Simplifying Square Root Expressions In order to simplify a square root,......

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...x in the form Where n. is called a polynomial function of degree Algebraic Operations on Polynomials Consider two polynomials f(x) and g(x) , which are defined respectively as Notice that From the above results, we see that we can add, substract or multiply two polynomial to obtain new polynomial. Example 3: If (a) , find (b) (c) EXERCISES 2: 2. Simplify the following exponents: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (l) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) 3. 4. Simplify: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (l) 5. 6. 7. Algebraic Operations on Functions If (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) and , then Factorization Strategy of Factorization Example 4: Example 5: Simplify the following rational expressions: Example 6: Simplify the following rational expressions: Learning Check: Factorize each of the following polynomials: 11. 12. 13. EXERCISES 3: 5. 6. 7. 8. Complex Rational Expression Example 7: Simplify the following complex fractions: a) b) c) d) Example 8: Simplify the following complex rational expressions: a) b) c) d) e) EXERCISES 4: Simplify: ...

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...sets of finals with different values 1. Select the difference of (2x2-3x3) - (8x2-6x3) 2. Simplify the following expression 4(4x+1) 3. Select the product of (7x-6)(5x+8) 4. Simplify the following expression (x+8) 3 5. Select the product of (5x+7) (5x-7) 6 Select the product of (8x+7) (x2-6x+5) 7. Select the product of (-6x8) (x3y7) 8. Select the product of (9x-9)(9x-9) 9. Select the product of (3x+7)(7x-3) 10. Select the difference of (2x2-13x+7) - (-1-12x) 11. Factor the expression x2+8x+15 12. Factor the expression x2-11x+24 13. Factor the expression x2-51x+144 14. Factor the expression 21x2+37x+12 15. Factor the expression 30x2+95x+50 16. Factor the expression -14x2-29x-12 17. Factor the expression x2+2x+48 18. Factor the expression 36x2-1 19. Factor the expression y2+14xy+49x2 20. Factor the expression -216x3+1 21. Simplify the following rational expression (x2_25)/ (x2_3x-10) 22. Select the product 9/(x-1).7/(x-3) 23. Select the quotient ((x+4)/(x-1))/ ((x2+x)/(x-1)) 24. Select the difference 3/(2x-1) – 5/(2x-1) 25.Select the sum x/(3x-6)+ (1/8) 26. Select the value of x that is a solution for this equation6/x=7/(x+3) 27.An object 4.2 feet tall casts a shadow that is 12.6 feet long. How long in feet would the shadow be for an object which is 15.9 feet tall? 28. Simplify the expression ∛(5/64) 29. Simplify the expression √7(7-√7)+5√7 30. Simplify the expression 5/ (8+√7) 31. Solve for x in the equation x2-4x-5=0 32. Consider the......

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...Quiz (New) (2 Sets) MAT 209 Week 4 Quiz (New) (2 Sets) MAT 209 Final Exam (New) (2 Sets) ********************************************************** MAT 209 Final Exam (New) (2 Sets) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.mat209nerd.com MAT 209 Week 5 Final Exam This tutorial contains 2 sets of finals with different values 1. Select the difference of (2x2-3x3) - (8x2-6x3) 2. Simplify the following expression 4(4x+1) 3. Select the product of (7x-6)(5x+8) 4. Simplify the following expression (x+8) 3 5. Select the product of (5x+7) (5x-7) 6 Select the product of (8x+7) (x2-6x+5) 7. Select the product of (-6x8) (x3y7) 8. Select the product of (9x-9)(9x-9) 9. Select the product of (3x+7)(7x-3) 10. Select the difference of (2x2-13x+7) - (-1-12x) 11. Factor the expression x2+8x+15 12. Factor the expression x2-11x+24 ********************************************************** MAT 209 Week 1 Quiz(New) (2 Sets) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.mat209nerd.com MAT 209 Week 1 Quiz 1. Select the difference of (8x2-3x3) ….. 2. Simplify the following expression ……. 3. Select the product of ………….. 4.Simplify the following expression (x+6)3 5.Select the product of (5x+1)(5x-9) 6.Select the product of (4x+5) (x2-2x+2) 7.Select the product of (-6x3y)(x9y x6) 8.Select the product of (7x-2).(7x-2) 9.Select the product of (3x+7).(7x-3) 10.Select the difference of (2 x2-13x+7)- (1-12x) 11.Which of the following best illustrates a geometric representation of......

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...2 sets of finals with different values 1. Select the difference of (2x2-3x3) - (8x2-6x3) 2. Simplify the following expression 4(4x+1) 3. Select the product of (7x-6)(5x+8) 4. Simplify the following expression (x+8) 3 5. Select the product of (5x+7) (5x-7) 6 Select the product of (8x+7) (x2-6x+5) 7. Select the product of (-6x8) (x3y7) 8. Select the product of (9x-9)(9x-9) 9. Select the product of (3x+7)(7x-3) 10. Select the difference of (2x2-13x+7) - (-1-12x) 11. Factor the expression x2+8x+15 12. Factor the expression x2-11x+24 13. Factor the expression x2-51x+144 14. Factor the expression 21x2+37x+12 15. Factor the expression 30x2+95x+50 16. Factor the expression -14x2-29x-12 17. Factor the expression x2+2x+48 18. Factor the expression 36x2-1 19. Factor the expression y2+14xy+49x2 20. Factor the expression -216x3+1 21. Simplify the following rational expression (x2_25)/ (x2_3x-10) 22. Select the product 9/(x-1).7/(x-3) 23. Select the quotient ((x+4)/(x-1))/ ((x2+x)/(x-1)) 24. Select the difference 3/(2x-1) – 5/(2x-1) 25.Select the sum x/(3x-6)+ (1/8) 26. Select the value of x that is a solution for this equation6/x=7/(x+3) 27.An object 4.2 feet tall casts a shadow that is 12.6 feet long. How long in feet would the shadow be for an object which is 15.9 feet tall? 28. Simplify the expression ∛(5/64) 29. Simplify the expression √7(7-√7)+5√7 30. Simplify the expression 5/ (8+√7) 31. Solve for x in the equation x2-4x-5=0 32. Consider the......

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...process flow charts give them the data to review. He states that they need to simplify, eliminate, automate, and integrate. BUSN 460 Week 4 Analysis Report Purchase here http://devrycourse.com/busn-460-week-4-analysis-report Product Description Running Head: Individual Analysis Report Week 4 Analysis Report BUSN460 Overview After reviewing the material one can see that CanGo is ready to move forward with upgrades technology. CanGo is looking to expand, but is still unsure of which way to go. Jack met with Warren and Debbie in which, he shared with them the ideas of an Automated Retrieval/Storage System (AS/RS). Jake explains to them that process flow charts give them the data to review. He states that they need to simplify, eliminate, automate, and integrate. BUSN 460 Week 4 Analysis Report Purchase here http://devrycourse.com/busn-460-week-4-analysis-report Product Description Running Head: Individual Analysis Report Week 4 Analysis Report BUSN460 Overview After reviewing the material one can see that CanGo is ready to move forward with upgrades technology. CanGo is looking to expand, but is still unsure of which way to go. Jack met with Warren and Debbie in which, he shared with them the ideas of an Automated Retrieval/Storage System (AS/RS). Jake explains to them that process flow charts give them the data to review. He states that they need to simplify, eliminate, automate, and integrate. BUSN 460 Week 4 Analysis......

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...distributive property: 12(6 + 4 + 20) 3. Translate and simplify: The sum of the squares of three and seven. 4. If you spend $3.70 each day in tolls, how much money would be spent in 25 days? 5. Write 124/10 as a mixed number. 6. Write 11 and 4/5 as an improper fraction. 7. Change 9 and 1/8 to decimal form. 8. Round $58.195 to the nearest cent. 9. Write 176, 000, 000 in scientific notation. 10. Write 7.35 x 10^(-7) without exponents. 11. Reduce the fraction 1600/3640 to its simplest form. 12. Simplify (3/10) + (1/18) – (2/15) and express your answer in simplest form. 13. Simplify 17 ¾ – (10 and 8/9). 14. Simplify (6 and 5/7) x (9 and 6/11) 15. Simplify (32/17) / (8/34). 16. Simplify (2/5)[(23/8) – (5/8) x 2] 17. Write 174/11 as a decimal in simplest form. 18. If you join a movie club and you agree to buy 24 movies for $18.63 each and $3.44 postage and handling for each movie, what is the total cost to fulfill this agreement? 19. A recipe calls for 2 and 4/5 lb of light brown sugar and 4 ½ lb of dark brown sugar. How many pounds of sugar are needed for this recipe? 20. Each time a rubber rebounds, it bounces to a height tat is ¾ the height of the previous bounce. If the ball is dropped from 256 feet, approximately how high would it bounce after its third bounce. 21. If D = {-3, -2, 1} , find the values for 87 – x^2. 22. Evaluate y^2 – 3yz + z^2 if y = -5 and z = 3. 23. Evaluate | 11 – 16|. 24. Simplify: 12 + (-21) 25. On a number line, start at 5......

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...sets of finals with different values 1. Select the difference of (2x2-3x3) - (8x2-6x3) 2. Simplify the following expression 4(4x+1) 3. Select the product of (7x-6)(5x+8) 4. Simplify the following expression (x+8) 3 5. Select the product of (5x+7) (5x-7) 6 Select the product of (8x+7) (x2-6x+5) 7. Select the product of (-6x8) (x3y7) 8. Select the product of (9x-9)(9x-9) 9. Select the product of (3x+7)(7x-3) 10. Select the difference of (2x2-13x+7) - (-1-12x) 11. Factor the expression x2+8x+15 12. Factor the expression x2-11x+24 13. Factor the expression x2-51x+144 14. Factor the expression 21x2+37x+12 15. Factor the expression 30x2+95x+50 16. Factor the expression -14x2-29x-12 17. Factor the expression x2+2x+48 18. Factor the expression 36x2-1 19. Factor the expression y2+14xy+49x2 20. Factor the expression -216x3+1 21. Simplify the following rational expression (x2_25)/ (x2_3x-10) 22. Select the product 9/(x-1).7/(x-3) 23. Select the quotient ((x+4)/(x-1))/ ((x2+x)/(x-1)) 24. Select the difference 3/(2x-1) – 5/(2x-1) 25.Select the sum x/(3x-6)+ (1/8) 26. Select the value of x that is a solution for this equation6/x=7/(x+3) 27.An object 4.2 feet tall casts a shadow that is 12.6 feet long. How long in feet would the shadow be for an object which is 15.9 feet tall? 28. Simplify the expression ∛(5/64) 29. Simplify the expression √7(7-√7)+5√7 30. Simplify the expression 5/ (8+√7) 31. Solve for x in the equation x2-4x-5=0 32. Consider the......

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...Microsoft has introduced numerous administrative tools to simplify and enhance management of Windows Server 2008. One of the functions is Active Directory Federation Services. Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS for short) is a software component developed by Microsoft that can be installed on Windows Server operating systems to provide users with Single Sign-On access to systems and applications located across organizational boundaries. It uses a claims-based access control authorization model to maintain application security and implement federated. Claims based authentication is the process of authenticating a user based on a set of claims about its identity contained in a trusted token. Such a token is often issued and signed by an entity that is able to authenticate the user by other means, and that is trusted by the entity doing the claims based authentication. In AD FS, identity federation is established between two organizations by establishing trust between two security realms. A federation server on one side (the Accounts side) authenticates the user through the standard means in Active Directory Domain Services and then issues a token containing a series of claims about the user, including its identity. On the other side, the Resources side, another federation server validates the token and issues another token for the local servers to accept the claimed identity. This allows a system to provide controlled access to its resources or services to a user that...

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