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On the provability or non-provability of certain mathematical theorems wiithin 'weak' subsystems of second-order number theory in relation to differential equations, in particular, the Cauchy-Peano existence-theorem for solutions to differential equations
Tonight I will review for the midterm exam involving right triangle trigonometry, exponential functions and equations, logarithmic functions and equations, angles and their measures, trigonometric functions of any angles, trigonometric functions of real angles, periodic functions, graphs of sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, cosecant, and secant functions, inverse trigonometric functions, exponential growth and decay models, law of sines and its derivatives, and law of cosines and its derivatives.
For polynomials (find the domain, range, maximum, minimum, and axis of symmetry), graphing quadratic and polynomials functions, factoring, quadratic equation to find zeros, write linear equations that are parallel and perpendicular to a given equation with a point on the line parallel or perpendicular to the given equation.
Veteran handicappers Joe Gavazzi and Ross Benjamin of the Winning Sports Advice Radio Show will be discussing their general observations of what they've seen in the first 2 weeks of the NFL season, and the upcoming card on Sunday/Monday. These two seasoned pros combine for over 60-years of experience, and it will be quickly obvious when you listen in on any of their discussions. They will also discuss weather, injuries, and rush differential as it applies to their NFL handicapping. The show will culminate with NFL betting previews on the games between the Bills/Chargers, Packers/Lions, and Seahawks/Broncos. Make sure to listen in on what's not only one of the most informative football betting shows being broadcast, but also an educational one as well.
In this episode, we will review the different ways of factoring quadratic and cubic polynomial functions/equations. We will use the trial and error method when the highest exponent is two for quadratic equations and the coefficient of that x-square term is one. When the coefficient is one, there is not any values in front of the variable, x.
We will also use the grouping method when there are four terms. Generally, the highest expoent is three, for example x-cube. We group two terms at a time and find the greatest common factor in each grouping. There's more, so listen.
We will briefly discuss other ways of factoring polynomials using the p/q method.
Keywords: systems of equations, systems of inequalities, graphing method for solving systems of equations, substitution method for solving systems of equations, addition method for solving systems of equations, linear combinations, consistent system of linear equations, and inconsistent system of linear equations.
We will verify the solution of a system of linear equations in two and three variables; use the substitution and addition methods to solve a system of equations in two and three variables, determine if a linear system or graph of a linear system is consistent or inconsistent, and if consistent systems are dependent or independent, and finally, solve a system of inequalities graphically.
All above info from ITT Tech Instructors Guide
Trigonometry, Exponential Equations, Logarithmic Equations, Vectors involving Polar Coordinates and Rectangular Coordinates, Conics, Fundamental Counting Principle, Permutations, Combinations, Empirical Probability and Theoretical Probability.
Rex Bear welcomes Paul Guercio to discuss The Merlin Project
Paul is a nationally respected futurist and a long-time student of traditional and esoteric predictive systems. His Over 40 years of research into the Psychical Sciences and subsequent collaboration with Dr. George Hart directly resulted in the creation of the MERLIN Project. His clients include many prominent business people, politicians and celebrities.
MERLIN is a computer-based forecasting technology that combines equations derived from celestial phenomena with
past historical data and blends that information into a graphical time line (‘timetrak®’) that accurately plots the
chronology of future events. It is the brainchild of Bostonbased futurist Paul Guercio and excimer (LASIK) laser
inventor, MIT physicist Dr. George Hart. Since 1991, The MERLIN Project® has been a regular guest feature of
CNN/Larry King LIVE, Coast-to-Coast AM with George Noory and various incarnations of The Alan Colmes Show.
Television feature stories on have been broadcast on The NBC Nightly News, CNN, CNBC, on regional TV news
programs and on National Public Radio (NPR.)
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP from www.teachmetotalk.com as she answers an SLP's questions about treatment with 2 of her little clients. We'll be looking at the diagnostic differences between apraxia and dysarthria and the treatment differences she should consider for this little one with Down syndrome who is signing but has a very limited spoken vocabulary. The second client is a 3 yo little boy with severe expressive/receptive delays who is using some phrases at times. The SLP is considering a diagnosis of selective mutism, but we'll explore other possibilities. It's going to be a great show with lots of practical tips for differential diagnosis in addition to treatment ideas!
Linear Equations, Graphs of Sine and Cosine functions, Graphs of Tangent and Cotangent functions. Discuss the amplitude, period, and phase shift of sine and cosine functions in order to graph them. Also, reviewed the characteristics of tangent and cotangent graphs.
The Mets are four games into the second half of their season, and things aren't looking very good. Sam Maxwell and Rich Sparago will chat at 6 pm about what has gone wrong in 2014, and what to expect for the rest of this season. Will the Mets be active at the trade deadline? If they are, will they be buyers or sellers?
Will the Mets trade Bartolo Colon? How about Daniel Murphy? Sandy Alderson says the Mets are better than their record, since they have a respectable run differential. Is this valid? Or is it a way to sell the 2014 team to the fans? Does Terry Collins seem like "the guy", or is he being set up to be "the fall guy"?
This week, the Mets family lost Frank Cashen, the srchitect of their last World Series title, some 28 years ago. We'll take some time to remember Mr. Cashen, and how he went about building a winner. Is Sandy Alderson on the right path to doing so? We'll have some thoughts on that too!
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