#### Study sets matching "increases and decreases"

#### Study sets matching "increases and decreases"

increase (verb)

decrease (verb)

increase (noun)

decrease (noun)

To make something bigger/more ( e.g. We need to _____________…

To make something smaller/less ( e.g. If we _________________…

When something gets bigger/more ( e.g. There has been an ____…

When something gets smaller/less ( e.g. There are now more cr…

increase (verb)

To make something bigger/more ( e.g. We need to _____________…

decrease (verb)

To make something smaller/less ( e.g. If we _________________…

The test used to determine if a functi…

First Derivative Test

Concave up

Concave down

First Derivative Test

If f'(x) is positive or negative on both sides of x=c, then t…

f'(x) increasing ... f''(x) positive

f'(x) decreasing ... f''(x) negative

The test used to determine if a functi…

First Derivative Test

First Derivative Test

If f'(x) is positive or negative on both sides of x=c, then t…

Neutrophilia

Eosinophilia

Basophilia

Monocytosis

Neutrophilia... Inflammatory conditions ... Infection... Physical stim…

Active allergic disorders (e.g. asthma and hay fever)... Dermato…

Ulcerative colitis... Hyperlipidemia... Small pox and chicken pox... C…

Infections (e.g. turberculosis and bacterial endocarditis)... Fe…

Neutrophilia

Neutrophilia... Inflammatory conditions ... Infection... Physical stim…

Eosinophilia

Active allergic disorders (e.g. asthma and hay fever)... Dermato…

northern

southern

hemisphere

increase

the half of the earth that is north of the equator

the half of the earth that is south of the equator

a half of the earth; divided into the northern and southern h…

an instance of growing or making greater

northern

the half of the earth that is north of the equator

southern

the half of the earth that is south of the equator

increasing: (-∞, -2) (0,2)... decreasing:…

increasing: (-∞,-3)(-1,2)(4,∞)... decreas…

increasing: (1,3)... decreasing: (-∞,1)(3…

increasing: (-∞,-1)(1.5,∞)... decreasing:…

Describe the increasing/decreasing intervals.

Describe the increasing/decreasing intervals.

Describe the increasing/decreasing intervals.

Describe the increasing/decreasing intervals.

increasing: (-∞, -2) (0,2)... decreasing:…

Describe the increasing/decreasing intervals.

increasing: (-∞,-3)(-1,2)(4,∞)... decreas…

Describe the increasing/decreasing intervals.

x-int: (-4, 0) and (0, 0)... y-int: (0, 0)

x-int: (2, 0)... y-int: (0, 4)

x-int: (-2, 0) and (2, 0)... y-int: (0, -4)

x-int: (-3, 0) and (1, 0)... y-int: (0, 3)

Name the coordinates of the X-INTERCEPT(S) and Y-INTERCEPT of…

Name the coordinates of the X-INTERCEPT(S) and Y-INTERCEPT of…

Name the coordinates of the X-INTERCEPT(S) and Y-INTERCEPT of…

x-int: (-4, 0) and (0, 0)... y-int: (0, 0)

Name the coordinates of the X-INTERCEPT(S) and Y-INTERCEPT of…

x-int: (2, 0)... y-int: (0, 4)

x-int: (-4, 0) and (0, 0)... y-int: (0, 0)

x-int: (2, 0)... y-int: (0, 4)

x-int: (-2, 0) and (2, 0)... y-int: (0, -4)

x-int: (-3, 0) and (1, 0)... y-int: (0, 3)

Name the coordinates of the X-INTERCEPT(S) and Y-INTERCEPT of…

Name the coordinates of the X-INTERCEPT(S) and Y-INTERCEPT of…

Name the coordinates of the X-INTERCEPT(S) and Y-INTERCEPT of…

x-int: (-4, 0) and (0, 0)... y-int: (0, 0)

Name the coordinates of the X-INTERCEPT(S) and Y-INTERCEPT of…

x-int: (2, 0)... y-int: (0, 4)

x = R

x = R

x = ∅

x = R

Domain Interval where function is INCREASING:

Domain Interval where function is INCREASING:

Domain Interval where function is INCREASING:

Domain Interval where function is INCREASING:

x = R

Domain Interval where function is INCREASING:

x = R

Domain Interval where function is INCREASING:

increasing: (-∞,-2) (0,2)... decreasing:…

increasing: (-∞,-3)(-1,2)(4,∞)... decreas…

increasing: (1,3)... decreasing: (-∞,1)(3…

increasing: (-∞,-1)(1.5,∞)... decreasing:…

Describe the increasing/decreasing intervals.

Describe the increasing/decreasing intervals.

Describe the increasing/decreasing intervals.

Describe the increasing/decreasing intervals.

increasing: (-∞,-2) (0,2)... decreasing:…

Describe the increasing/decreasing intervals.

increasing: (-∞,-3)(-1,2)(4,∞)... decreas…

Describe the increasing/decreasing intervals.

gaining 50 pounds of fat or muscle?

peripheral resistance

fight or flight response triggered?

dehydration?

increase blood pressure!... why? increased resistance! ... what ha…

dampened ability for blood to leave arterial system... blood bac…

elevates blood pressure... increases heart rate and thus increa…

increase blood pressure... why? diminish blood volume, water: b…

gaining 50 pounds of fat or muscle?

increase blood pressure!... why? increased resistance! ... what ha…

peripheral resistance

dampened ability for blood to leave arterial system... blood bac…

Considerations

Increased blood in the terminal vascul…

Increased blood in the terminal vascul…

What are the types of congestion

Circulation involves not only your blood but also lymphatic d…

*The reserve capillaries are filled and the ^ in RBC causes r…

This is when there is impeded blood flow OUT of the bed. It c…

1. Localised - collapse or thrombi of veins which are very pl…

Considerations

Circulation involves not only your blood but also lymphatic d…

Increased blood in the terminal vascul…

*The reserve capillaries are filled and the ^ in RBC causes r…

Linear

non linear

linear function

slope - intercept form

a function with a constant rate of change between two points

anything that is not a linear function

goes up the same # each time

Y-mx+b... y is f(x)... m is rate of change... x always to 1st power... b…

Linear

a function with a constant rate of change between two points

non linear

anything that is not a linear function

How will muscle get smaller even if sy…

Muscle protein turnover chart on slides

muscle protein turnover

examples of increased use

If degredation increases more than synthesis increases .

Degredation is out, Muscle size increase is in

out = in (No NEt Change)... In<Out (NEt decrease)... Out <In (Net I…

compensatory overload, training, hormone effects, repair of m…

How will muscle get smaller even if sy…

If degredation increases more than synthesis increases .

Muscle protein turnover chart on slides

Degredation is out, Muscle size increase is in

describe the purpose and principles of…

compare step-up and step-down transfor…

identify the relationship between the…

explain why voltage transformations ar…

used in electrical domestic circuits / appliances to change t…

step up increases voltage- greater no. of turns in secondary…

V(primary)/V(secondary) = n(primary)/n(secondary)

The amount of electrical energy entering a transformer in a c…

describe the purpose and principles of…

used in electrical domestic circuits / appliances to change t…

compare step-up and step-down transfor…

step up increases voltage- greater no. of turns in secondary…

Economic Indicators

CPI

Unemployment Rates

Business Cycle

Statistics that are used to report financial growth for a soc…

Consumer Price Index measures the change in the money supply…

Measures the number of people actively looking for work. Does…

A series of economic expansions or contractions over the cour…

Economic Indicators

Statistics that are used to report financial growth for a soc…

CPI

Consumer Price Index measures the change in the money supply…

Reinforcement

Punishment

Positive reinforcement

Negative reinforcement

Used to increase a behavior... (picture shows a whale getting a…

Used to decrease a behavior

Something desirable is added to increase a behavior

Something undesirable is removed to increase a behavior

Reinforcement

Used to increase a behavior... (picture shows a whale getting a…

Punishment

Used to decrease a behavior

Demand

Supply

Market

Examples of Markets

The amount of a good or service that consumers are able and w…

The amount of a good or service that producers are able and w…

The process of freely exchanging goods and services between b…

1) Stores-any place you can buy food, clothing or other items…

Demand

The amount of a good or service that consumers are able and w…

Supply

The amount of a good or service that producers are able and w…

Valence Electrons

Atomic Radius

1st ionization energy

Electronegativity

Number of Electrons on outermost shell

Decreases as you go from left to right... Increases as you go down

Increases as you go from left to right... Decreases as you go down

Increases as you go from left to right... Decreases as you go down

Valence Electrons

Number of Electrons on outermost shell

Atomic Radius

Decreases as you go from left to right... Increases as you go down

Concentration of reactants increases

Pressure Increases

Volume increases

Temperature Increases

move right --> makes more product

shift to side with fewer molecules

shift to side with more molecules

Favors the endothermic reactions

Concentration of reactants increases

move right --> makes more product

Pressure Increases

shift to side with fewer molecules

percent of increase

percent of decrease

grew

raised

a percentage, representing an increase of something. For exam…

a percentage, representing a decrease in something. For examp…

an increase in amount, such as height. For example, John grew…

an increase in amount, such as cost. For example, the price w…

percent of increase

a percentage, representing an increase of something. For exam…

percent of decrease

a percentage, representing a decrease in something. For examp…

frequency

amplitude

pitch

loudness

the number of waves that pass a point in a given amount of time

the height of a wave; distance from crest to normal or trough…

the number of waves per unit time; depends on frequency

intensity of sound; loudness depends on amplitude

frequency

the number of waves that pass a point in a given amount of time

amplitude

the height of a wave; distance from crest to normal or trough…

Particles

Temperature

Heat

Thermal Expansion

The small parts--atoms and molecules--that make up matter

A measurement of the average kinetic energy of the particles…

Energy an object has because of the movement of its molecules…

An increase in the volume of a substance due to the increase…

Particles

The small parts--atoms and molecules--that make up matter

Temperature

A measurement of the average kinetic energy of the particles…

Atmosphere

air pressure

thermosphere

mesosphere

a mixture of gases that surrounds a planet, moon, or other ce…

the measure of the force with which air molecules push on a s…

the uppermost atmosphere, in which temperature increases as a…

the layer of the atmosphere between the stratosphere and the…

Atmosphere

a mixture of gases that surrounds a planet, moon, or other ce…

air pressure

the measure of the force with which air molecules push on a s…

Solid

Crystalline Solid

Amorphous Solid

Liquid

Particles are arranged so close together that they vibrate. H…

A solid that has a definite pattern and distinct melting point.

A solid who's particles are not in a definite pattern.

Particles are more free to move than in a solid. Has a defini…

Solid

Particles are arranged so close together that they vibrate. H…

Crystalline Solid

A solid that has a definite pattern and distinct melting point.

Buoyancy

Pressure

Viscosity

Archimede's principle

ability of a fluid to exert an upward force on an object imme…

Force per unit area, SI Unit = Pascal (Pa)

Resistance of a fluid to flowing, Viscous fluids do not flow…

Buoyant force = weight of the displaced fluid

Buoyancy

ability of a fluid to exert an upward force on an object imme…

Pressure

Force per unit area, SI Unit = Pascal (Pa)

Gross Domestic Product

Equation for GDP

Economic Indicators

CPI

Measures economic growth for a nation by tracking the sales o…

C+I+G+EX-IM=?

Statistics that are used to report financial growth for a soc…

Consumer Price Index measures the change in the money supply…

Gross Domestic Product

Measures economic growth for a nation by tracking the sales o…

Equation for GDP

C+I+G+EX-IM=?

Scale Factor

Dilation

Congruent (shapes)

Similar (shapes)

an amount you increase or decrease a shape or picture by.

To do a scale factor on a coordinate grid.

All the side lengths and all the angles are the same.

Same angles and the sides are in proportion.

Scale Factor

an amount you increase or decrease a shape or picture by.

Dilation

To do a scale factor on a coordinate grid.

Centripetal Force

Direction of Force

Mass decreases

Mass increases

Objects travelling in a circular motion are prevented from mo…

Towards the circle, pulls inside.

Centripetal force decreases

Centripetal force increases

Centripetal Force

Objects travelling in a circular motion are prevented from mo…

Direction of Force

Towards the circle, pulls inside.

Integumentary

Musculoskeletal

Nervous

Digestive

Decrease in elasticity of the skin... Skin becomes thinner, drye…

Muscles may atrophy... Decrease in bone mass and strength... Contra…

Decrease blood flow to the brain... Increase forgetfulness... Chang…

Difficulty swallowing... Decrease in taste sensation resulting i…

Integumentary

Decrease in elasticity of the skin... Skin becomes thinner, drye…

Musculoskeletal

Muscles may atrophy... Decrease in bone mass and strength... Contra…

proportion

direct proportion

inverse proportion

constant of proportionality

An equation that states two ratios are equivalent.

A relationship between two quantities in which both quantitie…

A relationship between two quantities in which one value decr…

The constant value of the ratio of two quantities x and y tha…

proportion

An equation that states two ratios are equivalent.

direct proportion

A relationship between two quantities in which both quantitie…

Exponential growth is when...

Exponential decay is when...

Exponential growth

Exponential decay

a quantity increases by the same rate over time.

a quantity decreases by the same rate over time.

Exponential growth is when...

a quantity increases by the same rate over time.

Exponential decay is when...

a quantity decreases by the same rate over time.

Signs of a chemical reaction

Chemical reaction

Exothermic

Endothermic

colour change, energy change, gases being given off or a soli…

a new substance is always formed.

Energy is given out to the surroundings which means the tempe…

Energy is taken in from the surroundings, which means the tem…

Signs of a chemical reaction

colour change, energy change, gases being given off or a soli…

Chemical reaction

a new substance is always formed.

unit rate

complex fraction

rate of change

proportion

A rate in which the second quantity in the comparison is one…

A fraction that contains one or more fractions in its numerat…

A ratio that compares the amount of change in a dependent var…

An equation stating that two ratios are equalco

unit rate

A rate in which the second quantity in the comparison is one…

complex fraction

A fraction that contains one or more fractions in its numerat…