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11 9.3 Inheritances Base class member access specifier Type of inheritance public inheritance protected inheritance private inheritance public in derived class. Can be accessed directly by any non-static member functions, friend functions and nonmember functions. protected in derived class. Can be accessed directly by all non-static member functions and friend functions. private in derived class. Can be accessed directly by all non-static member functions and friend functions. protected in derived class. Can be accessed directly by all Protected non-static member functions and friend functions. protected in derived class. Can be accessed directly by all non-static member functions and friend functions. private in derived class. Can be accessed directly by all non-static member functions and friend functions. Hidden in derived class. Can be accessed by non-static member functions and friend functions through public or protected member functions of the base class. Hidden in derived class. Can be accessed by non-static member functions and friend functions through public or protected member functions of the base class. Public Private Hidden in derived class. Can be accessed by non-static member functions and friend functions through public or protected member functions of the base class.  2003 Prentice Hall, Inc. All rights reserved.
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9.8 public, protected and private Inheritance Base class member access specifier Type of inheritance public inheritance protected inheritance private inheritance public in derived class. Can be accessed directly by any non-static member functions, friend functions and nonmember functions. protected in derived class. Can be accessed directly by all non-static member functions and friend functions. private in derived class. Can be accessed directly by all non-static member functions and friend functions. protected in derived class. Can be accessed directly by all Protected non-static member functions and friend functions. protected in derived class. Can be accessed directly by all non-static member functions and friend functions. private in derived class. Can be accessed directly by all non-static member functions and friend functions. Hidden in derived class. Can be accessed by non-static member functions and friend functions through public or protected member functions of the base class. Hidden in derived class. Can be accessed by non-static member functions and friend functions through public or protected member functions of the base class. Public Private Hidden in derived class. Can be accessed by non-static member functions and friend functions through public or protected member functions of the base class.  2003 Prentice Hall, Inc. All rights reserved. 83
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Math Placement Testing Guidelines for Engineering, Math, Science, and Computer Science Majors Follow these guidelines for any major that requires Math 008 or 014. Students who have completed the equivalent of Calculus II with a grade of C or better ARE NOT REQUIRED TO TEST. Students who will have completed the equivalent of Calculus I with a grade of C or better by the time they transfer to S&T and DO NOT have AP or college credit for trig ARE REQUIRED TO TAKE THE TRIG PLACEMENT TEST ONLY. Other students must take both the algebra and trigonometry placement tests. (Note: Low grades in Calculus I or II may indicate problems with algebra or trig skills. Math placement scores can help the advisor to better advise the student.) If a student who requires math testing has never taken a trigonometry class and has no trig background, the student MAY CHOOSE to not take the trigonometry test and, consequently, will be required to take trig (Math 6) at Missouri S&T. The student must still take the algebra test. When advising “exploratory” students, be careful to keep their options open by choosing a math sequence that could lead to Calculus 1
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Course Plan  4 assignments 8 points each # 1 Given Feb 1, Due Feb 15 – Due Feb 17 – Returned #2 Given Feb 15, Due March 1 – Due March 8 - Returned #3 Given March1, Due March 29 – Given March 10 – due March 31 #4 March 29 Due April 12 – Given March 31, Due April 14  Two exams – 16 points each Exam #1: March 3 or March 10 – March 10 – will return March 31 - returned Exam #2: May 3 or May 10 – May 10  2 term papers – 10 points each - #1: Due March 3 or March 10 (depending on exam) - Returned - #2: April 19  Programming project: 16 points April 26  Total 100 points
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Trig Functions: (also on Day 10) Recall that when a trig integral has ODD powers, we save one term for the “du” and replace the remaining even powers with: sin 2 x =1 −cos2 x cos 2 x =1 −sin2 x And when a trig integral has EVEN powers, we use the following trig identities to integrate. 1 sin 2 x = (1 −cos(2 x)) 2 1 cos 2 x = (1 + cos(2 x)) 2
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DCAF From Executor From Scheduler M&C CMCS Correlation Results CBE Archive Pointers to Correlation Results DCAF Time Metadata Metadata Metadata Integration 1 Integration 2 ... Integration m Integration 1 Integration 2 ... Integration m Integration 1 Integration 2 ... SubScan 1 SubScan 2 Scan 1 SubScan 3 Exec Block 1 Integration m ... ... ... ... Integration 1 Integration 2 ... Metadata SubScan M Scan N Integration m 14 June, 2004 EVLA Overall Design Subsystems II Tom Morgan 21
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Chapter 8 D is p la y s e c tio n V e r tic a l s e c tio n S ig n a l c o u p lin g V o lts / D i v The oscilloscope is divided into F ro m A n a lo g Am p four main sections. v e rt ic a l o n ly Oscilloscopes AC DC C h 1 G ND S ig n a l c o u p lin g V o lts / D i v AC DC C h 1 G ND AC C h 2 Cs eo cn t vioe nrs io n / s to ra g e (D ig ita l s c o p e s o n ly ) V e r tic a l s e c tio n DC G ND T rig g e r s e c tio n AC DC C h 2 G ND V e rtic a l p o s itio n (DC oignitav e l rss ioc on p/ setos rao ng lye ) V e rtic a l A m p Am p p o s itio n Am p C o n v e rs io n / s to ra g e (D ig ita l s c o p e s o n ly ) E x te r n a l trig g e r c o u p lin g AC E x t e r n a l trig g e r c o u p lin g DC E x t e rn a l trig g e r T rig g e r so u rc e AC DC C h 1 E xt L in e C h 1 C h 2 E xt L in e D ig it a l D i s p l a y s e c t i o n To d is p la y s e c tio n o n ly A n a lo g o n ly C Ho n ov er irszioo n n/ sttoa ral Fgroe m (D sige ita c tl i soc no p e s o n ly ) h o riz o n ta l s e c tio n In te n s ity D ig ita l o n ly T rig g e r so u rc e T rig g e r H o r i z o n t a l C o n tro l a n d p ro c e s s s e c t i o n le v e( Dl aig nit da l s c o p e s o n ly ) T r ig g e r s e c tio n E x te rn a l trig g e r In te n s it y T rig g e r le v e l a n d s lo p e T rig g e r c irc u it s C h 2 s lo p e C o n tro l a n d p ro c e s s (D ig ita l s c o p e s o n ly ) S e c / D iv T rig g e r se T im e Tbim a s ce eircb ua its S e c / D iv H o riz o n ta l p o s itio n H o riz o n t a l p o s it io n AC P o w e r s u p p ly Electronics Fundamentals 8th edition Floyd/Buchla AC D C t o a ll s e c tio n s © 2010 Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458. All Rights Reserved.
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LO2 Supply Chain Integration Relationship RelationshipIntegration Integration Firm-to-Firm Firm-to-Firm Social Social Interactions Interactions Measurement Measurement Integration Integration Technology Technologyand and Planning PlanningIntegration Integration Operational Operational Planning Planningand and Control Control Material Material and and Service Service Supplier SupplierIntegration Integration Internal InternalOperations Operations Integration Integration Customer Customer Integration Integration Customer CustomerIntegration Integration Chapter 14 Copyright ©2012 by Cengage Learning Inc. All rights reserved 9
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Data Returned: Parts List • Each resource is identified as a URL • Parts list has links to get each part’s detailed info • Key feature of REST design pattern – Client transfers from one state to next by examining and choosing from alternative URLs in the response document SOP Basics Slide 28
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More Complex Expressions using Functions and Exponentiation • Note that trig functions use radian angular values. • You must convert degrees to radians before using the trig functions ( radians = degrees * 3.1416/180.0). • Note that before using the trig functions the math “module” had to be imported.
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Give one example for each technique or description. You have five minutes! 1. Algebraic simplification of the integrand 2. Rewriting the integrand using trig identities, then substitution 3. Substitution (non-trig) 4. Trig substitution 5. Parts once 6. Parts seven times 7. Substitution, then parts 8. Partial fractions 9. Type I improper integral that converges 10. Type II improper integral 11. May not be integrated using any technique
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Budget Time Line Date set by each vice president or president Budget Managers will submit proposed budgets to divisional vice president or president Budget Office will submit revenue projections and salary and benefit projections to the Vice President for Financial & Administrative Affairs March 2, 2007 March 16, 2007 VPs will submit proposed budgets to VP for FAA Last date revisions for estimated budget will be accepted in the Accounting Office ** March 16, 2007 Budget Review Meetings March 19 – March 23, 2007 Evaluation of Budget Review Meetings by F&AA staff, recommendations by the vice president for F&AA to president, and president’s approved requests March 26 – March 30, 2007 ** Accounting Office will input budget data and prepare budget draft Final review of proposed budget by the vice presidents and president Proposed budget submitted to the TBR April 2 – April 6, 2007 ** April 9 - April 17, 2007 April 18, 2007 4
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• Component Interfaces A component interface is a set of application programming interfaces (APIs) that you can use to access and modify PeopleSoft database information programmatically.  Integration Tools • Integration Broker PeopleSoft Integration Broker performs asynchronous and synchronous messaging among internal systems and third-party systems, exposes PeopleSoft business logic as web services to PeopleSoft and third-party systems, and consumes and invoke web services from third-party and PeopleSoft systems. • Integration Broker Administration Integration Broker Administration performs system administration tasks in PeopleSoft Integration Broker such as: • Set up and configure integration system components, such as messaging servers, nodes, integration gateways, listening and target connectors, and so on. • Configure the integration system to handle services, including specifying namespaces, setting up UDDI repositories, and so on. • Secure the integration environment by applying security at the web server, gateway, application server, node and service operation level. • Fine tune integration system performance by employing failover, master/slave processing, load balancing, and so on. • And more. • MultiChannel Framework PeopleSoft MultiChannel Framework (MCF) provides the tools that are required to support multiple channels of communication between customers (users) and agents. Some PeopleSoft applications, such as an email response management system (ERMS) from PeopleSoft CRM, use PeopleSoft MultiChannel Framework or you
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Modulation and cos( t) Demodulation c m1(t) X cos(ct) m1(t) + sin(ct) m2(t)  m2(t) X sin(ct) Modulation of the digital signals m1 and m2 is effected at left via products with trig Upon arrival, the functions. message is demodulated below via trig multiplications, trig identities, and highfrequency filtering. 2cos(ct) cos(ct) m1(t) + sin(ct) m2(t) X X 2sin(ct) m1(t)+cos(2ct) m1(t) m2(t)+cos(2 +sin(2 ct) m2(t) ct) m2(t) +sin(2ct) m1(t) FILTER OUT THE HIGH FREQUENCIE S m1(t) m2(t) Chapter 15 Networks Page 15
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Department of Environmental Health & Safety Continuity Planning Program Training - Partnership - Compliance Navigating: Critical Functions • Critical Functions lists and provides information about the critical functions your department performs. Critical Function #1 Purpose Similar tab in previous system Lists all of the critical functions (and their level of criticality) associated with your plan. Step 2: Critical Functions This will be the name of your 1 st critical function. Every critical function that you enter into the tool will contain the subsections that follow. Step 2: Critical Functions Provides a description of the critical function and people responsible for performing it. Step 2: Critical Functions- Detail Screens- Description Shows the period(s) of the year during which the performance of this critical function is at its peak and provides a brief explanation. Step 2: Critical Functions- Detail Screens- Peak Periods Provides a list of documents that have been downloaded to your plan in reference to this critical function. Step 2: Critical Functions- Detail Screens- Documents Identifies the upstream and downstream dependencies of your department. Step 2: Critical Functions- Detail Screens- Dependencies Identifies the consequences that might occur should this critical function not be restarted quickly after a disaster. Step 2: Critical Functions- Detail Screens- Consequences Provides questions that ask you to think of how you would continue to perform this critical function should certain problems/challenges arise. Step 2: Critical Functions- Detail Screens- How to Cope Lists the actions item(s) associated with this critical function. Step 2: Critical Functions- Detail Screens- Actions Items
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Today • Finish review Graphs of (Co)Sine – Chapter 6.6 (4e) | Chapter 8.6 (3e) • Graphs of the Remaining Trig Functions – Chapter 6.7 (4e) | Chapter 8.7 (3e) • Trig. Modeling – Chapter 6.8 (4e) | Chapter 8.8 (3e) • Exam Preparation #1 Math 120: Pre-Calculus 2! 2
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Date State/Territory Tue., January 3, 2012 Iowa Tue., January 10, 2012 New Hampshire Sat., January 21, 2012 South Carolina Tue., January 31, 2012 Florida Sat., February 4, 2012 Nevada February 4–11, 2012 Maine Tue., February 7, 2012 Colorado, Minnesota Tue., February 28, 2012 Arizona, Michigan Sat., March 3, 2012 Washington, Tue., March 6, 2012 Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia March 6–10, 2012 Wyoming Tue., March 10, 2012 Kansas, Virgin Islands Tue., March 13, 2012 Alabama, American Samoa, Hawaii, Mississippi Sat., March 17, 2012 Missouri Sun., March 18, 2012 Puerto Rico Tue., March 20, 2012 Illinois Sat., March 24, 2012 Louisiana Tue., April 3, 2012 Maryland, Texas, Washington DC, Wisconsin Tue., April 24, 2012 Connecticut, Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island Tue., May 8, 2012 Indiana, North Carolina, West Virginia Tue., May 15, 2012 Nebraska, Oregon Tue., May 22, 2012 Arkansas, Kentucky Tue., June 5, 2012 California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, South Dakota Tue., June 26, 2012 Utah To be announced Guam To be announced Northern Mariana Islands
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Work Cited Refrences • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2011). Folic acid homepage. Retrieved March 17, 2013, from: http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/folicacid/aboutus.html • Abi Assi, K. (n.d.). Folic acid and depression. Retrieved March 17, 2013, from: http://kabiassi.com/10.php?ad=10 • Office of Dietary Supplements. (2012). Folate. Retrieved March 18, 2013, from: http://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/Folate-HealthProfessional/ • Organic Facts. (2013). Health benefits of vitamin b9 or folic acid. Retrieved March 18, 2013, from: http://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/vitamins/healthbenefits-of-vitamin-b9-or-folic- acid.html • Andrews, T. (2011). What is the function of folic acid?. Retrieved March 18, 2013, from: http://www.livestrong.com/article/426140-what-is-the-function-of-folicacid/ • Organic Facts. (2013). Health benefits of vitamin b9 or folic acid. Retrieved March 18, 2013, from: http://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/vitamins/healthbenefits-of-vitamin-b9-or-folic- acid.html • OverDoseInfo.com. (2012). Folic acid overdose- symptoms, dosage, and treatment. Retrieved March 18, 2013, from: http://overdoseinfo.com/folic-acidoverdose/ Images • Healthy foods for pregnant women [Photograph], Retrieved March 17, 2013, from: http://www.healthfoodmadeeasy.com/healthy-foods-for-pregnantwomen-tips-and-tricks/ • Abi Assi, K. (n.d.). Folic acid and depression [Photograph]. Retrieved March 17,
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REFERENCES • A. (n.d.). Controlling anger before it controls you. Retrieved March 27, 2016, from www.apa.org/topics/anger/control.aspx http:// • Anger - how it affects people. (2014, January). Retrieved March 27, 2016, from https:// www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/healthyliving/anger-how-it-affects- people • D. (2015, May 28). Get to Know your "Inside Out" Emotions: Anger. Retrieved March 27, 2016, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HQIg3ZwAs0 • Harvard Medical School. (2012, July 2). Uncontrollable anger prevalent among U.S. youth: Almost two-thirds have history of anger attacks. ScienceDaily. Retrieved March 27, 2016 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/07/120702210048.htm • M. (2014, June 02). Anger management. Retrieved March 27, 2016, from http:// www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/anger-management/basics/definition/prc- 20014603 • Miller, B., & Jones, A. (2016, March 03). What Are Anger Attacks? Retrieved March 27, 2016, from http://www.wisegeekhealth.com/what-are-anger-attacks.htm • Mills, H., PH.D. (2005, June 25). Recognizing Anger Signs. Retrieved March 27, 2016, from https://www.mentalhelp.net/articles/recognizing-anger-signs/ • U. (n.d.). Ange Management. Retrieved March 27, 2016, from http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/hr/hrdepts/asap/Documents/Anger_Management.pdf
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Next Lecture • Inverse Trig Functions 1 – Chapter 7.1 (4e) | Chapter 9.1 (3e) • Inverse Trig Functions 2 – Chapter 7.2 (4e) | Chapter 9.2 (3e) Math 120: Pre-Calculus 2! 3
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u dv uv  v du u differentiates to zero (usually). dv is easy to integrate. The Integration by Parts formula is a “product rule” for integration. Choose u in this order: LIPET Logs, Inverse trig, Polynomial, Exponential, Trig 
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