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Chapter 6 The production, costs, and technology of health care

Chapter 6 The production, costs, and technology of health care

Chapter 6 The production, costs, and technology of health care. Production and the possibility for substitution Economies of scale and scope Technology- allocative inefficient, cost and diffusion . Production and the Possibilities for Substitution.

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Vorticity

Vorticity

Vorticity. The Law of conservation of Vorticity. Relative vorticity is defined as The time rate of change of vorticity can be written by taking the equations of horizontal momentum and deriving the x component with respect to y and the y component with respect to x

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Global Warming

Global Warming

Global Warming. Objective. At the end of the lesson, student will be able to: Students know and gain more knowledge about global warming phenomenon. Teach students how to love and appreciate the earth. Classify the factor, affect and the way to avoid it. What is global warming??.

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Using NERST Eqn

Using NERST Eqn

Using NERST Eqn. Impact of NON-Standard Conditions on Voltaic Cells. Help ! Help! My battery is dead!. As redox rxn progresses, concentrations of ions in anode + cathode cell changes. Eventually, flow of e- stops, E = 0 and … cell is dead.

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4.3 1st & 2nd Derivative Tests

4.3 1st & 2nd Derivative Tests

4.3 1st & 2nd Derivative Tests. Increasing or Decreasing? : If f  ( x ) > 0 in an interval, then f is increasing in the interval. If f  ( x ) < 0 in an interval, then f is decreasing in the interval. 1st Derivative Test c is critical number of f :

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Midterm Review Tues Jan 21

Midterm Review Tues Jan 21

Midterm Review Tues Jan 21. Find the inverse of 1) f(x) = 3x - 1 2) g(x) = (x+1)^2. Midterm Review Thurs Jan 23. Find the domain 1) y = (x+2)^1/2 2) log [(5-x) / (x – 7) ]. 4.6 word problems with e^x and logx. Exponential growth and decay Y = P e^( kt ) P = initial amount (principal)

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Reaction Rate & Equilibrium

Reaction Rate & Equilibrium

Reaction Rate & Equilibrium. Collision Theory. When one substance is mixed with another, the two substances do not react on a macroscopic basis, but react as their individual particles (atoms, molecules, or ions) come together. .

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Polynomial Functions

Polynomial Functions

Polynomial Functions. February 27,2012. What is a polynomial function?. What is a polynomial? The sum or difference of two or more algebraic terms (monomials) A polynomial equation used to represent a function is called a polynomial function Example: f(x) = 4x 2 – 3x + 2

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Logistic Growth

Logistic Growth

Logistic Growth. Logistics Differential Equation. L. L = Carrying Capacity Limit as . Ex. 1 The population of fish in a lake satisfies the logistic differential equation , where t is measured in years, and .

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Domain: Range: x-intercept: y-intercept: Increasing: Decreasing: Minimum or Maximum:

Domain: Range: x-intercept: y-intercept: Increasing: Decreasing: Minimum or Maximum:

Domain: Range: x-intercept: y-intercept: Increasing: Decreasing: Minimum or Maximum: End Behavior: . WARM UP. Exponential Growth and Decay. Notes. Example 1. Do you think this problem represents growth or decay?. Let’s look at the graph…. 0 8000 1 6696 2 5604.55 3 4691.01

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3.3 Increasing/ Decreasing Functions

3.3 Increasing/ Decreasing Functions

3.3 Increasing/ Decreasing Functions. Increasing/Decreasing/ Constant - Precalculus. Increasing/Decreasing/ Constant-Calculus. Finding Incr / Decr /Constant. Find open intervals where is increasing, decreasing or constant. Answer I. Take derivative. Answer II.

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Increasing / Decreasing / Constant Functions

Increasing / Decreasing / Constant Functions

Increasing / Decreasing / Constant Functions. Increasing / Decreasing / Constant Functions. Increasing / Decreasing / Constant Functions. Increasing / Decreasing / Constant Functions. Increasing / Decreasing / Constant Functions. Increasing / Decreasing / Constant Functions.

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Sec4.3: HOW DERIVATIVES AFFECT THE SHAPE OF A GRAPH

Sec4.3: HOW DERIVATIVES AFFECT THE SHAPE OF A GRAPH

Sec4.3: HOW DERIVATIVES AFFECT THE SHAPE OF A GRAPH. Increasing\Decreasing. 1. f ’(x) > 0 for all x in I. f(x) increasing. 2. f(x) decreasing. f ’ (x) < 0 for all x in I. Sec4.3: HOW DERIVATIVES AFFECT THE SHAPE OF A GRAPH. F091.

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A Model Solution and More

A Model Solution and More

A Model Solution and More. Sketch the graph of y =. Y- intercepts: For y-intercepts, set x = 0. The y-intercept is (0, -1). X- intercepts: For X-intercepts, set y = 0. The x-intercept is (-1,0). Asymptotes. x – 1 = 0 gives a restriction of. x = 1 is a vertical asymptote. and.

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3.2 Properties of Functions

3.2 Properties of Functions

3.2 Properties of Functions. If c is in the domain of a function y=f(x), the average rate of change of f from c to x is defined as. This expression is also called the difference quotient of f at c. y = f ( x ). Secant Line. ( x , f ( x )). f ( x ) - f ( c ).

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1.) Describe the graph in terms of increasing/decreasing.

1.) Describe the graph in terms of increasing/decreasing.

1.) Describe the graph in terms of increasing/decreasing. 2.) On which interval is the graphed portion of the function increasing or decreasing? 3 .) What is the average rate of change from x = 4 to x = 7? 4 .) What is the average rate of change from x = -2 to x = 2?

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TJ Schulz et al. Nature 000 , 1-5 (2013) doi:10.1038/nature 11943

TJ Schulz et al. Nature 000 , 1-5 (2013) doi:10.1038/nature 11943

Loss of Bmpr1a impairs cBAT formation by decreasing embryonic progenitor proliferation. TJ Schulz et al. Nature 000 , 1-5 (2013) doi:10.1038/nature 11943.

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생체계측 II Report #7 2005200427 송성진

생체계측 II Report #7 2005200427 송성진

생체계측 II Report #7 2005200427 송성진. Multi physics. ref. <Electric Circuit> V o l t a g e C u r r e n t C h a r g e. <Fluid Mechanics> P r e s s u r e F l o w V o l u m e. ρ is density L is length η is viscosity C is compliance. ρ is resistivity. Catheter Model.

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DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES IN CAPE VERDE

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES IN CAPE VERDE

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES IN CAPE VERDE. Niamey, March 10. GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION. The country is composed of nine inhabited islands. Its surface area is 4.033 km2 but its Economic Exclusive Zone is about 600.000 Km2.

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3.2 Properties of Functions

3.2 Properties of Functions

3.2 Properties of Functions. If c is in the domain of a function y=f(x), the average rate of change of f from c to x is defined as. This expression is also called the difference quotient of f at c. y = f ( x ). Secant Line. ( x , f ( x )). f ( x ) - f ( c ).

By ziven
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