This upbeat, easy-to-use guide will show you how to organise your work, revise effectively and prepare for exam day to give you the best chance of getting that A+! Includes essential advice on: Preparing your revision environment Organising your notes Using the right revision methods Choosing reliable online resources Best practice for exam day Finding the best approach for YOU AUTHOR: Ross Dickinson is a writer, musician, teacher and traveller. Aside from fulfilling his academic role he also works with LendMeYourLiteracy, an organisation which nurtures and celebrates children's writing.
"Medical Coding Certification Exam Preparation" is designed to aid in the review for the Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam. While not intended to be an introduction to medical coding, it provides an extensive review of the topics students need to know for the CPC exam, including coverage of anatomy, medical terminology, pathophysiology, as well as the concepts, guidelines and rules of medical coding. Based on their significant teaching experience and affiliations with AAPC, authors Cynthia Stewart and Cynthia Ward bring a fresh approach to preparing for the exam. The book is organized around the principle that students need the tools to understand how to break cases down and how to translate services, procedures, and diagnosis into codes. The importance of understanding and knowing how to locate and use the guidelines inherent to the ICD, CPT and HCPCS coding manuals is emphasized throughout the book with the use of Spotlights and Mentor Coding Tips. Each chapter contains questions similar to those found on the CPC exam. In addition, each of the five units of the book ends with a Unit Exam, meant to be a cumulative review. Finally, the book concludes with a comprehensive practice exam using ICD-9. (An ICD-10 exam is also available to help prepare students for the ICD-10 proficiency exam in development by AAPC.) Additional practice is available through Connect Plus, McGraw-Hill's online assignment and assessment tool.
Recent advancements in Lyapunov-based design and analysis techniques have applications to a broad class of engineering systems, including mechanical, electrical, robotic, aerospace, and underactuated systems. This book provides a practical yet rigorous development of nonlinear, Lyapunov-based tools and their use in the solution of control-theoretic problems. Rich in motivating examples and new design techniques, the text balances theoretical foundations and real-world implementation.
* Control designs for a broad class of engineering systems
* Presentation of adaptive and learning control methods for uncertain nonlinear systems
* Experimental testbed descriptions and results that guide the reader toward techniques for further research
* Development of necessary mathematical background in each chapter; additional mathematical prerequisites contained in two appendices
Intended for readers who have some knowledge of undergraduate systems theory, the book includes a wide range of applications making it suitable for an extensive audience. Graduate students and researchers in control systems, robotics, and applied mathematics, as well as professional engineers will appreciate the worka (TM)s combination of theoretical underpinnings and current and emerging engineering applications.
This book is suitable for students studying Year 9 Mathematics. Is has been specifically written to help students revise their work and succeed in all their class tests, half-yearly and yearly exams.
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