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Math 120 and Educ 202 Notes

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Math 120 and Educ 202 Notes MATH 102 004

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Intermediate Algebra Part II
Professor Orshan
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math 120, Educ 202




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sierra Chamberlain on Wednesday January 27, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MATH 102 004 at Towson University taught by Professor Orshan in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 31 views. For similar materials see Intermediate Algebra Part II in Mathematics (M) at Towson University.

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Date Created: 01/27/16
2/3/16 Education 202 Notes Goals of Public Schooling: What were the early reasons for education? To teach politicians, and voters. And to teach people to mainly read their Bible. Who was educated? Mainly men Was it free? Depending on the section you lived in. Qualifications of the teachers? How did they get their positions? Usually young women teachers who knew a little more than the students. Lost their job after  they got married. Historical Goals of Schooling 1820’s­1840’s: work hard and you can be someone 1880’s­1920’s: Amercianization of immigrants 1920’s­1940’s: High school expansion to control youth problem 1950’s­1980’s: racial and cultural harmony 1980’s­2003: community service, control of learning through testing. 2/3/16 Math 120 Notes Order of Operations: P­ Parenthesis E­ Exponents M&D­ Mulitiplication/Division (whichever one you see first) A&S­ Addition/Subtraction (whichever one you see first) Chapter 8: Graphs, Relations, and Functions Difference between a “relation” and a “function”? A relation is a set of ordered pairs. For example: let A= (a,1), (b,2),(c,3) We can describe a relation by: A mapping, an ordered pair, a chart, a rule/an equation, a graph. Domain of a relation­ set of first elements (inputs) Domain of Set A= (a, b, c) Domain of Set B= ( ann, bob, nina, dan) The range of a relation­ set of second elements (outputs) Range of A= (1, 2, 3) Range of B= (18,22,19) Interval Notation­ a function is a special relation To test if a graph is of a function, we use the vertical line test.


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