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Soal Latihan dan Pembahasan Fungsi komposisi dan invers

Soal Latihan dan Pembahasan Fungsi komposisi dan invers Di susun Oleh : Yuyun Somantri1 http://bimbinganbelajar.net/ Di dukung oleh : Portal edukasi Gratis Indonesia Open Knowledge and Education http://oke.or.id Tutorial ini diperbolehkan untuk di copy, di sebarluaskan, di print dan diperbaiki dengan tetap menyertakan nama penulis、 tanpa ada tujuan komersial Lahir di Bandung tahun 1956, Lulus dari SMK Kimia melanjutkan studinya ke UPI (IKIP Bandung), lalu meneruskan studinya lagi bidang matematika dan dari tahun 1984 sampai saat ini mengajar matematika di SMA Negeri 3 Tasikmalaya Fungsi Komposisi dan fungsi Invers 1.Jika f ( x) = x 2 + 1 dan g ( x) = 2 x − 1 maka tentukan ( fog )( x) ! Jawab : ( fog )( x) = f ( g ( x)) = f (2 x − 1) = (2 x − 1) 2 + 1 = 4 x 2 − 4 x + 2 2. Jika f ( x) = Jawab : 1xdan ( fog )( x) = maka tentukan g(x) ! 2x − 1 3x − 2 ( fog )( x) = f ( g ( x )) x 1 3x − 2 1 = ⇔ 2 g ( x) − 1 = ⇔ g ( x) = 2 − 3 x − 2 2 g ( x) − 1 x x ...

Mitigating Global Climate Change: Why Are Some Countries more

Policy Studies Journal, Vol. 29, No. 3, 2001 (414-436) Mitigating Global Climate Change: Why Are Some Countries More Committed Than Others? Nives Dolsak This article analyzes factors affecting countries ’commitment to mitigating global climate change within the scope of existing international institutions. The commitment level i s operationalized as an ordinal variable ranging from an agreement with the international institutions (signature and ratification o the Framework Convention on Climate Change) to the actual implementation of the internationally negotiated modes of behavior (enactment o domestic environmental policies). A theoretical model of governments’ decisionmaking is presented and tested for 91 countries at different levels of economic development with different domestic institutions.A given national government selects its commitment level depending on its incentives and ability to affect global emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG). An ordered logistic regression model is employed to analyze the factors affecting the levels o national commitment. Empirical analysis suggests that national commitment is significantly affected by the national government’s incentives and the ability to affect the global level of GHG emiss economic benefits.Humankind faces a trade-off between continuing its cur patterns to minimize the risks of global climate change. If carbon dioxide emissions exceed the environment’s ability to remove carbon from the atmosphere, the atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide increase. This increased concentration has been linked to the changes in global climate that may alter regional weather patterns and vegetation distribution and have significant health effects.l However, global climate change risks can be decreased if humans adapt to these changes. The two approaches are not mutually exclusive. Since greenhouse gases (GHG) concentrations already have increased, adaptation will be required even if there is a drastic reduction in their current and future emissions. This article focuses on the mitigation policies as they require explicit trade-offs between energy use and (possibly) economic growth on the one hand and reducing GHG emissions on the other. Multiple factors impact policy decisions on changing existing energy-use practices. First, there is a strong disagreement among scientists on the causes and severity of global climate change and the avenues for its mitigation.2 The grave predictions of some global climate models have not resulted in increasing policy commitment to mitigating these risks. Experiments with woody vegetation, cotton, rice, and wheat suggest that in the short run, increased carbon concentrations will have a fertilizing effect (Kramer & Sionit, 1987), thereby partially compensating for negative environmental impacts (Baker, Allen, & Boote, 1995; Brklacich & Stewart, 1995; Delecolle, Ruget, Gosse, & Ripoche, 1995; Lmerenz & Lev, 1987; Reddy, Hodges, & McKinion, 1995; Sandenburg, Taylor, & Hoffman, 1987; Singh & Padilla, 1995). Further, in the long run, the human race always has benefited from increased global...

Suzuki Hayabusa Late v4.0.pdf - Pashnit

Installation Manual (Hayabusa 2008+) Glenda LED Light Kit (Dimmable) Please be sure to read our instructions thoroughly before attempting installation. Step 1: Parts List and Bike Preparation Check Parts list supplied with your kit to be sure all parts are handy.First, park the motorcycle on hard pavement or concrete to insure the bike will be stable during the installation. If you can mount the bike on a stand with tie-down straps, this will help secure the motorcycle Follow the manufacturers guidelines for disconnecting the battery. This is important to prevent damage to the electrical system. WARNING: During the installation procedure DO NOT TOUCH THE BLUE WIRES TO 12V+ you will fry the lights!Note: Clearwater lights include a very high quality means of connecting to the motorcycle’s electrical system. “Posi” devices made by Posi-Products are used to securely and safely make electrical connections on the bike. You can view instructions on the proper installation of the Posi-Products at http://www.posi-lock.com. They simply screw together and mate the wires. We suggest keeping your lights on all the time, we do not furnish an “on-off” switch. It is important to be sure that the wire you use will turn off when the bike is turned off. Otherwise, you will end up with a dead battery. Nobody likes that.Step 2: Mounting the Lights Mounting Lights (FENDER MOUNT) • One side at a time, remove both fender bolts. Be sure to keep fender from hanging in a fashion that damages it. Use a wire tie or piece of wire to hold the fender until you are ready to install the new bolts. Inspect the female threads on the brackets for dirt or foreign substance. If possible,use compressed air (wear protective glasses) or small bottle brush to clean the threads• Pre-assemble the lights, mounting bracket, shoulder washers (if needed) and spacers with new bolts. Add 1 or 2 plastic washers to shoulder washer to make up difference in thickness of front fender if needed. • Gently screw all bolts in hand tight. Inspect the bolt length and spacer alignment before tightening the bolts. Assembly will resemble one of the diagrams below depending on model. Step 3: Mounting the Pot Mounting Pot Bracket (BAR MOUNT OPTION) • Mount “volume control” to handlebar by using supplied bracket, bolt and clamp. • Route wires from lights and pot bracket to area under left side of forks. Connections can be made here and be kept weatherproof. Mounting Pot Bracket (FAIRING MOUNT OPTION) Mount “volume control knob” in left side faring location. Knob pulls off with a little force– use a small screwdriver to pry if necessary. Hold box in your hand.10mm nut underneath removes. Drill 5/16” hole in fairing panel (double check location for room behind the panel...) Insert pot shaft, secure with washer and nut. ..

Suzuki Hayabusa 1300 Dual Bolton Series EU ... - Speed Products

EU ABE Suzuki Hayabusa 1300 Dual Bolton Series Suzuki Hayabusa 1300 Dual Bolton Series Exhaust: Die Ultimative Bolton Anlage:Designed um leicht angebaut zu werden und maximalen Power und Sound zu haben. Bei gleichzeitig geringem Gewicht. In oval oder rund in alu oder carbon. The ultimate Bolton exhaust: Dual Bolton for the Suzuki Hayabusa. Race-developed, world-renowned pipe is built with the highest quality materials and craftsmanship and will greatly enhance your bike’s performance, looks and sound. This exhaust is available in round or oval in aluminum or carbon. SUZUKI GSX-R 1300 Hayabusa Barracuda Bolt-on line The Barracuda bolt-on system for the SUZUKI HAYABUSA gives this already radical high-performance motorcycle even more power and torque. More power, less weight and a sound which calls attention to the high performance of the bike make for a perfect package. GOAL The Barracuda development department’s goal in developing this bolt-on system was to increase power and torque without disturbing the smoothness of the power curve. So much brute force had to be made fun to use. We managed to develop an exhaust system which provides an even smoother power curve than stock and at the same time increases maximum power by 2.25 kW (3.06 HP). Torque is increased by 6 Nm between 4700 and 7000 rpm. LOOK The Barracuda bolt-on system is a finely crafted product. It was developed by a team of people who have been developing exhaust systems for over 20 years. This product also received our maximum attention. Our goal is for all of our customers to receive a product which exceeds the state-of-the-art and sets new standards for development, production technology and materials. Highly skilled hand production together with the most advanced technology are reflected in a product which knows no compromise. Attention was paid to every detail in the production of the bolt-on system for the SUZUKI HAYABUSA. It is made from the finest materials: the front rosettes are made on a CNC machine from billet aircraft aluminum, the muffler clamps are stainless, the muffler caps and perforated inner sleeves are stainless steel, while the oval-section outer sleeves are available in either carbon-fiber or hi tec aluminum (the choice does not affect overall engine performance)...

Download do Catálogo - Suzuki
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CATÁLOGO DA LINHA DE MOTOCICLETAS SUZUKI HIWASSEE RIVER HERITAGE CENTER Hayabusa 2000 - 2005 Extended Frame Slider Installation Instructions 1. Locate the engine mount where the frame connects to the engine in front of the cylinder head on both the right and left side of engine. 2. Cut a hole in the side fairing to expose the engine mount bolts. The easiest way to cut a hole in the side fairing is to locate approximately where the hole should be with your finger on the inside of the fairing, and mark the outside of the fairing to indicate the hole location. (See fig. B) Note: Be sure to move any wires, cables, or lines out of the way when drilling or cutting the plastic. Drill a ¼” hole where the mark is on the fairing. Look through the hole to see where the center should be. We recommend using a Dremel tool, hand file or rotary file. (See fig. C) Once the hole is large enough, remove stock engine mount bolt (only remove one side at a time), and install slider bolt into engine mount only a few turns. Measure from the center of the bolt head 13/16” all the way around marking in several spots. (See fig. D) If measured properly the marks indicate the outside diameter of the slider. Carefully open the hole to your markings. 3. Install left slider with M10-1.25 x 70mm bolt along with gold 10mm washer provided. Make sure the bolt hole for the delron tip (plastic end) is facing straight up. Repeat for right side using M10-1.25 x 80mm bolt. Remember, the base of the slider is formed to the shape of the frame. On most models the slider base is different for each side of the bike. Compare the slider base to the frame to ensure they are installed on the correct side. Tighten 10mm slider bolts to the factory torque specifications. 4. Install Delron tips (plastic ends) with ¼”-20 x 2” bolts and ¼”-20 lock nuts provided. Insert the ¼”- 20 x 2” bolt from the top. Once the locking nut has been tightened and it contacts the slider, do not tighten anymore because you could distort the shape of the slider. AUDUBON ACRES 8746 Hiwassee Street, Charleston, TN 37310 ROSS’S LANDING & THE PASSAGE (423) 413-8284 (423) 339-2769 Site Information: The park contains a visitor center, walking trails, and outdoor interpretive exhibits that explain the history of the Trail of Tears. The park is located on a bluff that overlooks Blythe Ferry, where 9,000 Cherokee and Creek were encamped while waiting to cross the Tennessee River on their way to Indian Territory...

Instruction Manual - Weblancer.net
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Instruction Manual Original Instruction Manual EA3100T Important: Read this instruction manual carefully before putting the chain saw into operation and strictly observe the safety regulations! Keep this instruction manual! FOREWORD This Owner’s/Operator’s Manual is designed to familiarize the operator with the various features and component parts of the equipment and to assist you with the operation and maintenance of your new Chain Saw. WARNING :This chain saw is for trained tree service operators only, see instruction handbook! It is essential that any operator of this Chain Saw reads and understands the contents of this manual before using the Chain Saw. For additional assistance, contact any local authorized MAKITA dealer. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION MODEL: EA3100T Starter grip Front hand guard - Guard between the front handle and the saw chain for protecting the hand from injuries and aiding in control of the chain saw if the hand slips off the handle. This guard is used to activate the chain brake which is to stop the saw chain rotation. Rear handle (for the right hand)-Support handle located towards the rear of the engine housing. Guide bar - The part that supports and guides the saw chain. Saw chain - Saw chain, serving as a cutting tool. Starter grip - The grip of the starter, for starting the engine. Front handle (for the left hand) - Support handle located at the front of the engine housing. Fuel tank cap - For closing the fuel tank. Oil tank cap - For closing the oil tank. Primer pump -When starting engine, push primer pump 5 - 6 times. Throttle trigger lockout - A safety lever which must be depressed before the throttle trigger can be activated in order to prevent the accidental operation of the throttle trigger. Lifting hook -If working off the ground the operator must be trained in safe climbing Techniques and use of all recommended safety equipment. Cleaner cover - Covers air filter. Cleaner cover knob-Device for installing...

Chain Saw Safety Instructions - RenTrain

Chain Saw Safety Instructions Maintenance Information Checking the chain lubrication Checking the safety chain brake Do not work with the saw without first checking the chain brake! - Start the engine as described (make sure you have a good footing, and place the saw on the ground in such a way that the blade is free of contact). - Grasp the tubular handle firmly with one hand and hold the grip with the other. - With the engine running at moderate speed, press the hand guard (C/1) in the direction of the arrow with the back of your hand until the chain brake engages. The chain should stop immediately. - Immediately release the throttle and release the chain brake. IMPORTANT: If the chain does not stop immediately when you test the chain brake, do NOT use the saw! Take the saw to a MAKITA service center. Never work with the chain saw withoute sufficient chain lubrication. Otherwise the service life of the chain and guide bar will be reduced. Before starting work check the oil level in the tank and the oil feed. Check the oil feed rate as described below: - Start the chain saw. - Hold the running chain saw approx. 15 cm above a trunk or the ground (use an appropriate base). If the lubrication is sufficient, you will see a light oil trace because oil will be flung off the sawing device. Adjusting the carburetor CAUTION: Optimum perfornance can only be achieved if the carburetor is adjusted correctly. For this work, which should be carried out by an expert, the engine must be warmed up for a period of 3-5 min. and the air filter must be clean. The carburetor has been adjusted by MAKITA on the basis of atmosheric pressure conditions at sea level. Other atmospheric pressure conditions or the running-in process of a new engine may require readjustment of the carburetor...

Running Shoes - Round Rock Fit
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Finding the Right Shoe Cushioned Shoes You should wear cushioned shoes if you are a runner who needs maximum midsole cushioning and minimum medial (arch-side) support. These shoes are best suited for biomechanically efficient runners (you don't overpronate), and midfoot or forefoot strikers. Runners who do best in cushioned shoes often have moderate to high arches. Motion Control Shoes You should wear motion-control shoes if you are a runner who overpronates moderately to severely. Motioncontrol shoes will give you maximum rearfoot control and extra support on the medial (arch) side of the foot. Motion-control shoes are also best suited for big or heavy runners who need plenty of support and durability. These runners often have low arches (flat feet). Performance Training Shoes You should wear performance-training shoes if you are a runner who wants a light, well-balanced shoe suitable for racing, speedwork, or daily training. These shoes are best-suited for fast, efficient runners who want to train in them. Moderate overpronators can also train and race in some of these shoes. Racing Shoes You should wear racing shoes if you have a biomechanically efficient stride, don't have any current injuries,and want an exceptionally fast, lightweight shoe for races. Many runners use performance training shoes or their regular training shoes for races. Stability Shoes You should wear stability shoes if you are a runner who needs medial (arch-side) support and good midsole cushioning. These shoes are best suited for runners who are mild to moderate overpronators, and/or need added support and durability. Trail Shoes You should wear trail shoes if you are a runner who frequently runs off-road, and are looking for rugged shoes with great outsole traction and some weather- and water-resistant qualities. Many trail shoes are built low-to-the-ground for added stability on rough trails. Pronation Explained When you run or walk, you land on the outside edge of your foot and roll inward. This entirely normal inward rolling is called pronation. For most runners, the pronation stops at a healthy point. However, some runners roll inward too much. This excessive inward rolling is called overpronation. Runners who overpronate should wear motion-control shoes, which contain special foams and devices that are designed to limit overpronation.How can you tell if you overpronate? Here's the easiest way. Take off your shoes, whether your normal work-a-day shoes or your running shoes, and put them on a table with the heels facing out toward you. Now study the heels. If they are fairly straight and tall, you do not have an overpronation problem. If the heels tiltinward (toward the arches), on the other hand, you are probably an overpronator, and should try motioncontrol shoes. Many (but not all) overpronators are bigger, heavier runners with flat feet8. Reinsert the foot bed and go for a run...

VO2 Racing- Direct Connect Binding Mounting Instructions The ...

VO2 Racing‐ Direct Connect Binding Mounting Instructions The Easton VO2 Racing snowshoe is designed to mount virtually any running shoe directly to the forged aluminum crampon. This unique feature eliminates the traditional binding and allows the runner to have a more responsive and secure connection to the snowshoe. To attach your shoe to the VO2 system you will have to drill two holes through the sole of your shoe. Please select your shoes carefully as you will be permanently modifying your shoes by drilling small holes though the soles. Parts Provided: 1. Two‐ T‐Nut mounting plates 2. Four‐ 2cm long bolts Tools Needed: 1. Marker that is identifiable on the sole of the shoe. 2. Power Drill with a 3mm or 5/32” drill bit. 4. Phillips head screwdriver. Attaching your shoes to the VO2: 1. Place your shoe on the top of the crampon/binding so that the pivot rod is slightly behind the ball of the foot. a. When the shoe is rolled forward the toe of the shoe should be in line with the toe of the crampon. b. In general the pivot rod should rest along the widest part of the shoe. c. Make sure the shoe is centered side to side on the crampon and within the deck opening. d. Make sure that either side of the shoe can pivot smoothly without contacting the edges of the decking. 2. Once the shoe is properly aligned on the crampon, turn the snowshoe over (take care not to allow the shoe to move on the crampon) and mark the sole of the shoe with a pen or marker through the mounting holes in the crampon. Be sure to mark the location of both the left and the right side of the crampon. 3. Unlace the shoe, remove the insole, and fold back the tongue to provide easier access. 4. Using a 4mm or 5/32” drill bit, drill a hole through the sole of your shoe at each marked hole location. Take care not to damage other parts of the shoe. 5. Insert the T‐Nut plate inside your shoe so that the threaded holes fit into the holes in the sole. The mounting plate should lay flat on the inside of your shoe. 6. Insert the bolts through the crampon first, then through the sole of your shoe and thread them into the T‐Nut mounting plate. A lock‐tight solution may be added to the bolts to help prevent any loosening over time. 7. Tighten the bolts with the screwdriver until the shoe is firmly attached to the crampon. Depending on the thickness of the sole, the bolts may need to be cut or filed to ensure a smooth internal surface. Please note that over tightening can crush the midsole of the shoe and cause the bolts to protrude through the mounting plate into the interior of the shoe...

Choosing running shoes
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Choosing a running shoe When you decide to buy a new pair of running shoes, you will be confronted by a wide range of options to choose from. Just buying the same brand and model that you have been wearing may not be an option as the appearance and possibly the features of that model may have changed since you bought the last pair. Running shoes are consumer items and the lure of the new drives change. When you do find a shoe that you like, it is worth considering buying a second pair and alternating their use. This extends the period for which you have shoes that you like and allows each pair to dry out between use. All modern running shoes are designed to feel comfortable when you try them on in the store. If you do have a problem with a particular model it probably will not become evident until you have worn them for some time. Trying out new shoes on a treadmill in the store is a better option than just putting them on and walking up and down a few metres. This will still not indicate how things like the sole pattern will cope with surfaces like bitumen or grass.Each brand manufacturer has decided on some feature that they consider to be something that differentiates them from other brands. This is usually the sole construction and so we have cushioning based on air, gel, wave, grid, etc.Other differentiation features include sole patterns and lacing arrangements. Is one of these shoe constructions better than another? It depends on what you mean by better. You could look at research outcomes to determine if one form of cushioning reduces running injuries more than another - an interesting question to ask any of the brand representatives. You could decide to take the “poll driven” approach and look around on the starting line at your next race and choose the brand that most other runners are wearing. Another option is to see which is the most expensive shoe and reason that price is an indicator of “best”. On the other hand you could just choose the brand and model that has a colour scheme that matches your club running gear. Choosing a shoe because a world champion runner wears it is not a good reason to buy it - unless perhaps the company offers to sponsor you too.Within brands, terms like motion control, stability, cushioning, neutral and light weight are used to describe the properties of various models. These properties are then supposed to be matched to your running style and training characteristics. For example, you would think that adding a generous layer of cushioning in the sole of a shoe would reduce impact forces on the body and hence injuries, but is there evidence for this? Some studies indicate that removing the sensory signals that would normally operate during the foot impact stage of the running cycle reduces the capacity of the total leg structure to dissipate impact forces effectively. Other features like high, excessively padded heel counters can contribute to achilles problems. Whenever you change the nature of how your foot interacts with the ground while running you will introduce new stress patterns in the foot and upwards through the leg and hip and this can contribute to injuries. If you quickly increase the intensity and/or distance you run each week you will increase the magnitude and total amount of force impacting on your body as a result of running and, if this total demand is greater than the body’s capacity to adapt to it, injury will result. If you always run on hard surfaces, your foot impact will be greater than that on soft surfaces. If you wear heavy shoes, their weight will be a factor in the energy you expend on each stride. If you wear shoes with inflexible soles your foot will have to work harder to achieve its natural operation from impact to toe off (if it is able to do so at all). A light, neutral, flexible shoe could well be a better option to minimise injuries and assist faster racing and interval training than a (probably) more expensive cushioned shoe. Training on a range of surfaces is another strategy to employ. If you do decide to switch shoe types, phase the new pair in over a period of time...

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