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 Phenomenon of shifting

Ans: Parallax  Parallax shift


Ans: Displacement
 Technique sa identify ng curve na may angle
Ans: Pag odd as ease  Ito ang equation r = a ± bsin0
Ex. r = 3 cos0- 3 leafed rose Ans: a not = b, Limacon
Pag even times 2 a = b, Cardioid
Ex. r = 3 cos20 – 4 leafed rose
 Formula sa satellite
 Half life of C14 Ans: d = (b cos (0/2))/(sin0)
Ans: 5730
 Displacement
 Richter scale Ans: Parallax shift
Ans: (2/3) log M2/M1
M1 = 10^4.41  R2 = a2sin20 or a2cos20
Ans: Leminiscate
 Infinity
Ans: George Cantor  Spiral of Archimedes
Ans: r = a0
 Theory of Exponents
Ans: Rene Descartes  Line
Ans: a = theta
 Two listing sets
Ans: Roster and listing methods  Cut minor axis ellipse
Ans: Liptotripter
 Binomial method
Ans: FOIL  About conjugate
Ans: Hyperboloid of one sheet
 Pentedecagon
Ans: 15 sides  About transverse
Ans: Hyperboloid of two sheets
 Dodecagon
Ans: 12 sides  Minor axis
Ans: Oblate spheroid
 Atmosphere
Ans: k = 0.21  Major axis
Ans: Prolate spheroid
 A>b a<b a=b
Ans: Trichotomy law  A line not touching a circle
Ans: Torus
 (x+y)+z = x + (y+z)
Ans: Associative  r = a sec0
Ans: vertical
 Additive property of complex
Ans: 0 + 0i  r = a csc0
Ans: horizontal
 Multiplicative of complex
Ans: 1  r = a cos0
Ans: circle tangent to y-axis
 All sides of similar triangle are proportional
Ans: Theorem of Euclid  r = a sin0
Ans: circle tangent to x-axis
 Point P(a,b) in a circle is called
Ans: circular point  2 intersecting lines
Ans: circular cone
 1st set
Ans: Domain  Increasing sine curve
Ans: [0,1]
 2nd set
Ans: Range  Neither increasing nor decreasing
Ans: [1,2]
 Raising an imaginary number to the nature
power  Decreasing
Ans: De’Moivre Ans: [3,4]
 Fromula
Ans: b = r sin0
cos (0/2)

0 = 180°S
πR

Curves

- elliptic cone

- ellipsoid

- hyperboloid of 1 sheet

- hyperboloid of 2 sheets

- elliptic parabola

- hyperbolic parabola

 A matrix with no inverse matrix


Ans: Singular matrix

 Imaginary zeros theorem


Ans: conjugate

 For bacteria
Ans: k = 1.386

 horizontal asymptote
Ans: y = b

 Vertical asymptote
Ans: x = a

c=escape velocity