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In Exercises 55 to 60, use the method of | Ch 2 - 57

College Algebra | 7th Edition | ISBN: 9781439048610 | Authors: Richard N. Aufmann, Vernon C. Barker, Richard D. Nation ISBN: 9781439048610 198

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College Algebra | 7th Edition | ISBN: 9781439048610 | Authors: Richard N. Aufmann, Vernon C. Barker, Richard D. Nation

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Problem 57

In Exercises 55 to 60, use the method of completing the square to write each quadratic equation in its standard form. f(x) = -x2 - 8x + 3

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TypicalWesterndietsare15:1(animalfats) Oleicacid-Omega-9monounsaturatedfattyacid(ex.Oliveoil) • Helpsreducetheriskofheartdiseaseifsubstitutedforsaturatedandtrans fat Sterols&Phospholipids Compriseremaining5%offatsinfoods Sterols-ex:cholesterol,cortisol,vitaminD,andsexhormones • Groupoffatswithfourringstructure • ContainsoneormoreOHgroups&nocarbonyl(=C=O)orcarboxyl(COOH) groups Cholesterol–animalfoods • Cellmembranecomponent Phospholipids • Structuresimilartotriglyceridesbutincludesphosphateinglycerolhead withonly2fattyacids • Structuralcomponentofalllivingtissues Digestionoffats Occursprimarilyinsmallintestine Mixwithbilesalts&digestiveenzymesbeforecrossingintestinalcellmembranes Pancreaticlipase-breaksdownlargefattyacids • Monoglyceridesandfreefattyacids Absorptionoffats Exogenouspathway • Crossintomucosalcellsthroughpassivediffusion • Monoglycerideresynthesizedintotriglycerides Short-(4carbon)&medium-(6-10carbon)absorbedasfreefattyacids • Freefattyacidchainsisboundtoalbumininthebloodstream(non dissolvable) Majorityofdietaryfatsarelong-chainfattyacids Triglycerideincorporatedintochylomicronmolecule • Largetransportmoleculecontainingfats Chylomicroncomposition(lipoprotein) • Triglycerides–92% • Phospholipids–12% • Cholesterol–3% • Proteins–2% Chylomicronsreleasedslowlyintolymphaticvessels&enterbloodstream • Presentinbloodstream–1.5hoursaftermeal • Triglyceridemetabolizedbylipoproteinlipase -fattyacidsandglycerolabsorbedbyadiposeandmuscletissuecells -clearedfrombloodstreamafter12hrfast Chylomicronremnants-formedafterremovaloftriglyceridecore • Takenupbytheliverandremovedfromcirculation Storageoffats Esterification • Fattyacidsreformedintotriglyceridesforstorageinadipocytes • StimulatedbyinsulinandmediatedbyLPL Storedassubcutaneous&visceralfat&intramusculartriglycerides • Ex:myocardialandtypeIskeletalmuscle • Ex:Anhydrous Efficientstorageformofenergy Metabolismoffats 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Textbook: College Algebra
Edition: 7
Author: Richard N. Aufmann, Vernon C. Barker, Richard D. Nation
ISBN: 9781439048610

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