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Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 410

Installing appsReady to download a whole new learning experience onto your graphing calculator? Take a look at these quick, easy steps to get you connected. To download Apps you need the latest Operating System (OS) version for your calculator. To c

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 410

Methods of teaching mathematics Read all chapters 1-8: Assignments as follows. Chapter one assignments: #1,4,5,6,11-17. Chapter two: Page 32:1-7, 9: Page 45. exercise on sample lesson. Chapter three: Page 71. 1-5; On page 88 they as for lesson plans,

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 410

A Syllabus for Fall 2004TEACHING SECONDARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS(MTH 410) Taught through the Dakota Wesleyan University Department of Mathematics M,W,F: 1-1:50 Smith 303. Three hours of credit. Instructor Dr. Rocky Von Eye, Associate Professor of Mat

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115 B Mathematics for the Liberal Arts Fall 2003 Syllabus Three Credit Hours: T & R 1:00-2:20 Dakota Wesleyan University: Smith Hall 303 Instructor: Dr. Rocky Von Eye Contact Information: Office 995-2625; VPAA 2646 Home 236-5653; Website: http:/m

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115 B Mathematics for the Liberal Arts Fall 2003 Syllabus Three Credit Hours: T & R 9:30-10:50 Dakota Wesleyan University: KOKA CLS Instructor: Dr. Rocky Von Eye Contact Information: Office 995-2625; VPAA 2646 Home 236-5653; Website: http:/myweb.

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

Math 115Problem sheet 10 AName _1. Evaluate the expression : (1.06)10 1 100 0.06 . Interpret your answer in terms of an annunity. 2. Find the amount of the annual annuity with R = $1,000, r = 8%, t = 123. Find the amount of the annu

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115Problem Sheet10Fall 19981. With a calculator, evaluate the expressions in the following exercise. Interpret what you have found, relative to annuities. ( 1.08 ) 14 1 200 .08 2.Find the amount of the annual annuities in the

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 200

A Syllabus forStatistical Methods I(MTH 200) Taught through the Dakota Wesleyan University Department of Mathematics M,W,F: 11- 11:50, Smith computer lab. Three hours of credit. Instructor Dr. Rocky Von Eye, Associate Professor of Mathematics Offi

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 200

A Syllabus forStatistical Methods I(MTH 200) Taught through the Dakota Wesleyan University Department of Mathematics M,W,F: 11- 11:50, Smith computer lab. Three hours of credit. Instructor Dr. Rocky Von Eye, Associate Professor of Mathematics Offi

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

Annuity - a sequence of equal payments made at equal time intervals (1 + i ) n 1 S = R i S = amount of the annuity (how much money you have in the annuity after a certain time) R = periodic payment made into the annuity i = rate per period (reme

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

Math 115 Sec. 2.1Using charts and graphs for comparisonsStem and leaf and Histograms can be used to compare two different data sets.30 25 20 15 10 5 0 1930 1970 1990 1950 m ales fem alesExample: Class one: 26, 32, 54, 62, 67, 70, 71, 71, 74, 7

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

Encoding Code - a group of symbols that represent information together with a set of rules for interpreting the symbols Encoding - translating data into code Decoding - translating code into data Bar Code - a code that employs bars and spaces to repr

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

Math 115 Sec 3.1Enhancement, Distraction and DistortionDistortion - may be benign or intentional Ways to distort: 1. Make a graph more pictorial90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr East West North2. To make a histogram

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

Investment notes.Investments provide opportunities for movement Bull market moves up Bear market moves down What to look for: * market trends *read corporate reports *leading economic indicators - interest rates - inflation - unemployment rates Pr

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115Problem Sheet 21. The following histogram shows the frequencies of various scores received by students on a 10-point quiz in Psychology 121.6 5 4 Frequencies 3 2 1 0 3 4 5 Scores 6 7 8 9 101a. Make a frequency table for the scores. 1b.

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

K MART CORP (NYSE:KM) Last Change Change % Tick Open Price Today's High Today's Low Today's Volume EPS P/E Ratio 0.92 + 0.07 + 8.24 % + 0.92 0.94 0.87 33,040,900 -0.22 N/A Bid Bid Size Ask Ask Size Previous Close 52 Week High 52 Week Low Dividend Div

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MANAGEMENT SCIENCE- OPERATIONS RESEARCH 1. Graph - a set of dots and connecting links 2. Vertices - the dots - a single dot is a vertex 3. Edges - the links- each edge must connect two different vertices. 4. Path - a connected sequence of edges showi

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115, data analysis Probability = the number of times an event occurred over the number of times it could occur Probability = P(E) P(T) Mean (average, arithmetic mean) ' or number of entriesx= 1 x n x- sum of the entries divided by theMode -

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

NET WORTH STATEMENT PERSONAL BALANCE SHEETAssets - What you own Cash on hand _ Checking Account _ Savings (CDs, U.S. Savings Bonds, etc) _ Cash value of life insurance _ Personal Property (market value of car _ Jewelry, bicycle, home, etc.) Money ow

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

Random if individual outcomes are uncertain but the long term pattern of many individual outcomes is predictable Randomness a kind of order that emerges in the long run, over many repetitions. Probability theory math of randomness Probability of

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115Problem Sheet 21. The following histogram shows the frequencies of various scores received by students on a 10-point quiz in Psychology 121.6 5 4 Frequencies 3 2 1 0 3 4 5 Scores 6 7 8 9 101a. Make a frequency table for the scores. Qui

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115Problem Sheet 1Name _1. The scores on a chemistry midterm were as follows:64 90 81 87 84 84 76 83 74 68 77 80 92 82 84 88 70 97 82 75 57 75 73 75 51 92 86(a) Make a dot plot of the set of scores. (b) Make a stem and leaf plot of the s

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115Problem Sheet101. With a calculator, evaluate the expressions in the following exercise. Interpret what you have found, relative to annuities. 200(1.08)14 1 0.082.Find the amount of the annual annuities in the following. Interest is

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115Problem Sheet 21. The following histogram shows the frequencies of various scores received by students on a 10-point quiz in Psychology 121.6 5 4 Frequencies 3 2 1 0 3 4 5 Scores 6 7 8 9 101a. Make a frequency table for the scores. Qui

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115Problem Sheet 31. Two sociology classes taught by the same professor are scheduled together for a joint midterm. Scores for the two classes were as follows: Class 1: 85, 73, 84, 76, 73, 92, 64, 86, 84, 95, 66, 87, 63, 74, 84, 92, 76, 80, 8

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115Problem Sheet 31. Two sociology classes taught by the same professor are scheduled together for a joint midterm. Scores for the two classes were as follows: Class 1: 85, 73, 84, 76, 73, 92, 64, 86, 84, 95, 66, 87, 63, 74, 84, 92, 76, 80, 8

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115Problem Sheet 31. Two sociology classes taught by the same professor are scheduled together for a joint midterm. Scores for the two classes were as follows: Class 1: 85, 73, 84, 76, 73, 92, 64, 86, 84, 95, 66, 87, 63, 74, 84, 92, 76, 80, 8

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

Math 115Problem sheet 4Name_1. The history of the world record time for the mile run is: 1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1993 4:01.4 3:58.0 3:58.0 3:53.6 3:51.1 3:49.4 3:48.8 3:46.3 3:44.4 3:44.4 (4 min 1.4 sec)a) Draw a line gra

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115Problem Sheet 5(mean, etc)Name_Find the X and median for each set of data in problems 1 through 2. Find Q1, Q3; min, max for 1,2,3 1. {5, 5, 7, 10, 20, 25} 2. {2, 2, 2, 5, 7, 30} 3 {2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 38, 75} . For this set of data. Fin

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115Problem Sheet 7Name _1. A fisheries researcher compiled the following data on lengths of 6-year-old white female crappies (in millimeters):217 219 230 225 223 235 230 217 222 214 225 283 220 225 220 221 253 210 221 228 222 233 220 228 2

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

Problem sheet 9 A Interest problemsMth 115Name_1. You get a check from a credit card company for $2000.00. They tell you that the money is yours and you only have to pay $130.00 per month for 24months. What is the interest you pay and the rate

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

2nd Worksheet on multiplication rule, Permutations and combinationsPermutations - a rearrangement of a set of objects - order makes a difference.How many arrangements can you make of a four-element set? 4*3*2*1 = 24 This is denoted n! (n factorial

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

Math 115Problem sheet 10 AName _1. Evaluate the expression : (1.06)10 1 100 0.06 . Interpret your answer in terms of an annunity. 2. Find the amount of the annual annuity with R = $1,000, r = 8%, t = 123. Find the amount of the annu

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

643 76664433 766554440 52215 6 7 8 94 6 033445678 00223344556688 4Mercedes FelixMath 115 Problem Sheet 3 4/18/02The only significant feature is that class one has less students and overall higher grades that class two.No significant differe

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115Problem Sheet 81. Hold a penny upright on its edge under your forefinger on a hard surface, then snap it with your other forefinger so that it spins for some time before falling. Based on 50 spins, what is the probability of heads?2. A f

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115Problem Sheet 91. Compute the simple interest earned when the principal, rate, and time of the loan are as given. (a) P = $500, r = 0.08, t = 2 years (b) P = $300, r = 0.03, t = 4 years (c) P = $500, r = 0.04, t = 5 years2. What is the a

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115Problem Sheet 6Individual Problem Set1. A sociologist wants to know the opinions of employed adult women about government funding for day care. She obtains a list of the 520 members of local business and professional womens club and mails

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

Random if individual outcomes are uncertain but the long termpattern of many individual outcomes is predictable Randomness a kind of order that emerges in the long run, over many repetitions.Probability theory math of randomness Probability of

Dakota Wesleyan - MATH - 115

MTH 115Problem Sheet 21. The following histogram shows the frequencies of various scores received by students on a 10-point quiz in Psychology 121.6 5 4 Frequencies 3 2 1 0 3 4 5 Scores 6 7 8 9 101a. Make a frequency table for the scores. 1b.

Dakota Wesleyan - MYWEB - 395

ATN 395 Therapeutic Exercise Final Exam Spinal Case Studies P 544 A javelin thrower injured is back last week in practice when he attempted to throw the javelin and a felt a sudden pain in the R LB area. He comes to you stating that he applied ice to

Dakota Wesleyan - MYWEB - 395

Therapeutic Exercise ATN 395 Instructor: Dan Wagner, Ed.D., ATC, C.S.C.S. Athletic Training Program Director DWU 995-2145 Home # 425-2082 Cell # 999-1394 Email: dnwagner@dwu.edu Class Location and Time; CWC 102 MWF 11:00-11:50 Office Hours: Office ho

Dakota Wesleyan - MYWEB - 395

Chapter 4 Restoring ROM and Improving Flexibility -why is it so important to restore ROM? -full ROM allows for normal osteokinematics, helps decrease pain, and allows for normal biomechanical patterns which helps prevent injuries. -Factors that limit

Dakota Wesleyan - MYWEB - 395

Chapter 6 Reestablishing Neuromuscular Control -objective is to integrate peripheral sensations relative to joint loads and process these signals into coordinated motor responses -primary role of articular structures (menisci, ligaments etc) is to st

Dakota Wesleyan - MYWEB - 103

Calendrier de LAN103, Conversational French I, Automne 200423 aot 2004 First Day of Class Chapitre prliminaire Devoir: Trouvez un prnom. 30 aot 2004 Examen - Chapitre prliminaire 25 aot 2004 Chapitre prliminaire Devoirs: Cahier Ch Pr: A,B,C,D; Lise

Dakota Wesleyan - MYWEB - 103

Calendrier de LAN103SI, Conversational French I, Automne 200424 aot 2004 First Day of Class Chapitre prliminaire Devoir: Trouvez un prnom ; Cahier Chapitre prliminaire : A,B,C,D ; Lisez les pages 4 et 5 ; Ecoutez le CD 1 : 1,2,3 31 aot 2004 Examen

Dakota Wesleyan - MTH - 210

Calculus I Mid-Term Study SheetDefinition of Derivative: Power Rule: Product Rule:f '( x) limx f ( x x) f ( x) xf ( x) x n , f '( x) nx n 1( fg ) ' f ' g fg ' f f ' g fg ' ' g2 gQuotient Rule:Review Implicit Differentiation

Dakota Wesleyan - MTH - 210

Calculus ILecture 1 Differential calculus studies rates of change. Change is so important that we abbreviate change in as the Greek letter or delta. This symbol is placed before a variable not as a multiplier but as a modifier: Suppose that some ob

Dakota Wesleyan - MTH - 210

Calculus ILecture 2 Limits are the backbone of calculus. The two limits given below are as fundamental to the calculus as atoms are to chemistry. Proposition 3: lim x = ax alim c = cx aProof: In the first case, the error is x - a. The absolute

Dakota Wesleyan - MTH - 210

Calculus ILecture 3 Today we shall explore the concept of slope. First lets graph the function y = x 2 6x + 2. A direct method for graphing any function begins by selecting a few appropriate values for x and substituting them into the functions equ

Dakota Wesleyan - MTH - 210

Calculus ILecture 4 Functions are useful to engineers and scientists only when they have been evaluated as real numbers. For instance, if you substitute the real number 2 into f(x) = x 2 6x + 2, youll get -6 for a result. We can say that without wo

Dakota Wesleyan - MTH - 210

Calculus ILecture 5 The derivative of the sum of two functions is the sum of the derivatives. However, the derivative of the product of two functions is not the product of the derivatives. In essence, you must differentiate your functions one at a t

Dakota Wesleyan - MTH - 210

Calculus ILecture 6 The product rule can be a slow approach for differentiating polynomial products; it is often quicker to multiply the polynomials and find the derivative of each term in the sum. But when the polynomials are divided, it is essenti

Dakota Wesleyan - MTH - 210

Calculus ILecture 7 We can now differentiate the sums, differences, products, and quotients of functions and yet the most essential rule for differentiating functions still lies ahead. It is the one that allows to differentiate the function of a fun

Dakota Wesleyan - MTH - 210

Calculus ILecture 8 In the examples so far, y has been an explicit function of x. Yet there are many equations that we use daily where y depends implicitly on x. Consider, for example the equation of a circle of radius 1. x2 + y2 = 1 x 1 0 -1 y 0 1

Dakota Wesleyan - MTH - 210

Calculus ILecture 9 Basic trigonometry begins with two essential shapes: the equilateral triangle and the square. When these shapes are cut in half, we can use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the lengths of the unknown sides.x2 + 12 = 22 60 302

Dakota Wesleyan - MTH - 210

Calculus ILecture 10 We said earlier that limits were the backbone of calculus. The two limits given below are essential to differentiating trigonometric functions. Angles are in radians: Proposition 16:lim 0sin =1 lim 01 - cos =0 B D1

Dakota Wesleyan - MTH - 210

Calculus ILecture 11 We shall state without proof that a graph that is continuous and has definite end points must have at least one maximum value and at least one minimum value, referred to as extrema. The slope of such a graph can, at times, be us

Dakota Wesleyan - MTH - 210

Calculus ILecture 12 We will often be graphing functions that become infinitely large or infinitely small. The word infinity is designated by the symbol , which well define in the following way: Definition 8: By infinity or , we mean is larger than

Dakota Wesleyan - MTH - 210

Calculus ILecture13 For many graphs, as x approaches some number, either from the left or from the right, the function approaches the vertical line x = a. For others, as x approaches infinity or negative infinity, the function approaches the horizon

Dakota Wesleyan - MTH - 210

Calculus ILecture 14 Solving practical problems where a maximum or a minimum is to be found takes skill and practice. The following rules can help: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Determine the quantity that is to be maximized or minimized. Determine the variable

Dakota Wesleyan - MTH - 210

Calculus ILecture 15 You already know that the ratio of a circles circumference to its diameter is = 3.14159, approximately. The next most important number in mathematics is Eulers number , e. Definition 10 1 e = lim 1 + m m Check it out: 1 e