Expand and simplify the algebraic expression (x + 3)(x - 3) - (-x - 9)

Which property is used to write a(x + y) = ax + ay

Simplify 8 x3 / 2 x-3

Simplify (-a2b3)2(c2)0

For what value of k is the point (-2, k) on the line with equation -3x + 3y = 4?

For what value of a will the system given below have no solutions?

2x + 6y = -2
-3x + ay = 4

Which equation best describes the relationship between x and y in this table?

x y
0 -4
4 -20
-4 12
8 -36
y = - x/4 - 4
y = - x/4 + 4
y = - 4x - 4
y = - 4x + 4

Which equation best represents the area of the rectangle below?

problem.
area = 2(x+1) + 2(x-1)
area = 4(x+1)(x-1)
area = 2x2
area = x2 - 1

Which line given by its equation below contains the points (1, -1) and (3, 5)?

-2y -6x = 0
2y = 6x - 8
y = 3x + 4
y = -3x + 4

Solve the equation 2|3x - 2| - 3 = 7.

Solve for x the equation (1/2)x2 + mx - 2 = 0.

For what values of k the equation -x2 + 2kx - 4 = 0 has one real solution?

For what values of b the equation x2 - 4x + 4b = 0 has two real solutions?

Function f is described by the equation f (x) = -x2 + 7. What is the set of values of f(x) corresponding to the set for the independent variable x given by {1, 5, 7, 12}?

Find the length and width of a rectangle whose perimeter is...

...Easy
1. What is the formula of Circle in circumference?
Answer: C=2Π(radius)
2. What is a polynomial with exactly two terms?
Answer: Binomial
3. What is the formula for area of the Parallelogram?
Answer: A=(base)(height)
4. What is the reciprocal of the tangent function?
Answer: Cotangent
5. What is the numbers used to locate a point in space?
Answer: Coordinates
6. What is the point at which the axes of a coordinate system cross; the point (0,0) in the Cartesian coordinate system?
Answer: Origin
7. Any one of the four regions into which coordinates axis divide a plane.
Answer: Quadrant
8. What is the quotient of two polynomials?
Answer: Rational Expression
9. What is polynomial that cannot be factored?
Answer: Prime Polynomial
10. What is a function that can be defined by a polynomial?
Answer: Polynomial Function
Average
1. What is the y-coordinate or the second number of an ordered pair?
Answer: Ordinate
2. What is a number that can be name with exponential notation as nx?
Answer: Power
3. If an equation a = b is true, then a.c = b is true for any number c. Name this equation.
Answer: Multiplication Property of Equality
4. What are the terms whose variable factors are exactly the same?
Answer: Like terms
5. What is the measure of angles?
Answer: Radians
6. Reciprocals are two expressions if their product is 1....

...Rules and Regulations of the National QuizBee
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Rules in Makabayan Contest Proper
1. Questions will be read twice by the Quizmaster; once in English and once in Filipino.
2. After the second (2nd) reading, the Quizmaster shall say “go” --- only then will the contestants be allowed to write their answer. Automatically, the ten (10) second time - limit will begin with the word “go” by the Quizmaster.
Rules in Mathematics Contest Proper
3. Questions will be read twice in English by the Quizmaster. Contestants may start computing on the second (2nd) reading of the question.
4. After the second (2nd) reading, the Quizmaster shall say “go”. Automatically, the twenty (20) second time - limit will begin with the word “go” by the Quizmaster.
5. Contestants must encircle their final answer.
Rules in Science & Technology Contest Proper
6. Questions will be read twice in English by the Quizmaster.
7. After the second (2nd) reading, the Quizmaster shall say “go”. Automatically, the ten (10) second time - limit will begin with the word “go” by the Quizmaster.
8. Should the question require computation, contestants may start writing down...

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Last Tuesday, September 3, 2013, I attended the Philosophy QuizBee that is exclusively for 1st and 2nd year students who are taking Philosophy subject. It is entitled: Ironical Thinking QuizBee. The whole thought of the event is to make the students think ironically about the given question and/or category. It was held at the Lecture rooms 3 and 4, the first batch started at 9am and ended up at 10:30am while the second batch ended up at 12 noon. Every section of the course has a representative, our sections representative was Ma. Julianna Stephanie Cruz. The quizbee started at exactly 9am, and the host, one of the professors first introduced all the competing contestants and there are 8 of them who joined. They were all seated at the stage and the quizbee has begun. The first component of the quizbee was the Comic Strip part; they were given 2 comic strips and they were given 2 minutes to think of what can be the possible irony of it. The first comic strip was from Garfield and it goes like this; “dieting is easy when you set your mind to it. I no longer crave food. It’s the calories I crave.” Garfield said. After 2 minutes, all their papers were given to the judge; Mr. Manaloto, a theology professor. But their answers were read aloud by Ms. Myra Reyes for the sake of the audience. In my opinion, the...

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GUIDELINES FOR THE REGIONAL SCIENCE QUIZ
Elementary and Secondary
The Regional Finals of the contest shall be conducted in a Quiz Show Format .There shall be four (4) rounds for all categories: Easy, Average, Difficult, and Clincher. There shall be ten (10) easy questions, five (5) average questions, and five (5) difficult questions. All contestants shall answer all questions in the 3 rounds. Each correct answer in every round will be given corresponding points, to wit:
Easy – 1 pt.
Average - 2 points
Difficult - 3 points
Each contestant shall be provided with answer sheets/Show Me Board.
Each question must be answered within the time allocated for it. Ten (10) seconds for the easy part, twenty (20) seconds for the average questions and thirty (30) seconds for the difficult questions.
The quizmaster shall read each question twice and the time shall start only after the quizmaster says “GO”.
The contestants may begin to answer only after the quizmaster says “GO”.
The contestant must write his/her final answer on the answer sheet. If a contestant wishes to change his/her answer, the former answer should be crossed-out and the final answer encircled.
All answers must be spelled correctly to be considered correct. If the answer is a proper noun, capitalization of the first letter of the word is also a basis in declaring an...

...is my reuniting with quizbee competitions. I believe that it has emphasized my ability to get up after every fall. Though this experience might include quite a wide time gap, it still had an effect on me.
When I was an elementary student, I was chosen to be a participant in a Science QuizBee. However, it did not turn out well. I didn’t win nor have I placed 1st, 2nd or 3rd. I got disappointed with myself because I had let down the section that I represented and also my teacher. From then on, I was never asked to be a participant in quiz bees again … until my junior year in high school. It was the year full of self-promises for a better performance in academics, but joining in quiz bees was not the part of the plan. What made it worse is that I was chosen by my favorite teacher, who I really don’t want to disappoint. I remember her saying, “I am confident in you. I know that you could do it that’s why I chose you”. It was a big deal for my part to hear such encouraging words from her. However, given my past experience with quizbee competitions, I just became more pressured of her believing in me.
The competition involved groups that was composed of different year levels. I was thankful that I didn’t have to face the questions all by myself but I was also nervous because I knew that the other 3rd year competitors were really good in Math. It...

...ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 260
INTANGIBLE ASSETS
QUIZQUESTIONS
1. List two assets which would not meet the ‘identifiable’ aspect of the definition of an intangible asset. (2 Marks)
Answer: Goodwill and Knowledge. These items are either not separable from the company or do not meet the definition of an asset because the benefits they represent cannot be controlled by the entity.
2. Intangible assets acquired via a separate acquisition are always recognised. Why? (2 Marks)
The probability recognition criterion is always considered to be satisfied for separately acquired intangible assets.
The price paid for the asset automatically takes into account the probability of expected benefits to be received.
3. How is an intangible asset acquired as part of a business combination measured for initial recognition? Why? (2 Marks)
Answer: In accordance with AASB 3 Business Combinations, where an intangible asset is acquired as part of a business combination, the cost of that asset is its fair value at acquisition date.
The fair value of an intangible asset reflects market expectations about the probability that the future economic benefits embodied in the asset will flow to the entity. In other words, the effect of probability is reflected in the fair value measurement of the intangible asset.
4. List two ways that fair value could be determined for intangible assets acquired as part of a business combination. (2 Marks)
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...Develop and document, on behalf of an organisation for which you do or might work, a detailed process whereby it will be possible to investigate, identify, assess, and include the needs of customers in planning processes.
Company: Sports Car Mania
Contents
Summary 2
Investigate 2
Identify 2
Divide the total market into market segments 3
Identify what drives demand in each segment 3
Methods of identifying specific customers 4
Assess 4
Customer needs and expectations 4
Summary
Investigating, identifying, assessing, and including the needs of customers and determining the potential market for their product / Service, organisation can determine where their product / service is or is most likely to be successful. Identify the most profitable sections of the total marker and use your understanding of customer needs, wants and expectations when planning product / service design, operations processes, marketing strategies and customer service techniques.
Investigate
Identification of target markets and market segments are essential to ensure the product and or service is appropriate and aimed at the correct market to become a success. The investigation must involve information gained from customers whether it is from census surveys, buying patterns or informal surveys where the customer can give their point of view. This enables us to focus on what the customer’s wants and needs are.
This enables the company to gain information on:
1. What customers...

...March 20, 2013
Quiz Study Guide
1. 1928 Kellogg-Briand Pact outlawed war as a solution to international rivalry
2. 1932 Stimson doctrine declared that the U.S. would not recognize any territorial acquisition achieved by force of arms
3. Because of the benefits that it conferred on labor, Samuel Gompers called the Clayton Anti-Trust Act “labor’s Magna Carta.”
4. Because the United States raised its tariffs in the 1920s European nations raised their tariffs, the post war chaos in Europe was prolonged, international economic distress deepened, and American foreign trade declined. (all of the above)
5. Bruce Barton, The Man Nobody Knows expressed love for Jesus Christ because he believed that Christ was the best advertising man of all time
6. Demands of the Bonus Army demanded immediate payments of their government bonus money in cash.
7. Economic policies of Republican president Warren G. Harding sought to continue the same laissez-faire doctrine as had been the practice under William McKinley
8. George Creel- committee on public information, Herbert Hoover- food administration, Bernard Baruch- war industries board , William Howard Taft- national war labor board
9. In 1924 the Democratic party convention came within a single vote of adopting a resolution condemning the Ku Klux Klan
10. In the early 1920s, the United States’ armed intervention in the Caribbean and Central America was a glaring exception to its general...