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MA 261/419/519Assignment 4: First Population ModelSpring, 2006You have received a worksheet entitled First Population Model v2.0. This is your opportunity to build a real STELLA model with only a little tutorial guidance in carrying out the det
UAB - MATH - 261
MA 261/419/519Assignments 6: Generic ProcessesSpring, 2006You have received worksheets entitled Generic Processes I-III. Your assignment is to create three models of your choice exhibiting the behavior described in each part: I. linear growth o
UAB - MATH - 261
MA 261/419/519Assignment 7: Cellular AutomataSpring, 2006Using your simple averaging automaton (13 cell by 13 cell version), determine what happens when you replace the formulas in the upper right, upper left, and lower left cells by 13 and the
UAB - MATH - 261
Simple Averaging AutomatonInstructions 1. Set up the spreadsheet to be a square grid, 13 columns and 13 rows (column width 4, row height 22.5). 2. Set up Excel for iteration. 1. Go to Tools/Options/Calculations and a. Set calculation to Manual. b. N
UAB - MATH - 261
The RiverbedA box of iron filings is dumped in a river. A few moments later, samples are taken from the riverbed downstream of the dump site, and the concentration of iron filings is determined. This data is shown below. Why might the iron filings b
UAB - MATH - 261
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MA 261/419/519Assignment 9: Easter Island Population Model Spring, 2006You have received a worksheet entitled Easter Island Population Model v1.1. You will need to know how to use the PULSE function and possibly the STEP function and the IF-THEN-
UAB - MATH - 261
MA 261/419/519Assignments 10: Drug AssimilationSpring, 2006You have received the worksheet entitled &quot;The Drug Assimilation Model,&quot; the last major homework assignment. Complete the worksheets for the Drug Assimilation Model, providing answers to
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KEYQuiz 10Survey of Calculus - MA 109 1B December 1, 2006 Time : 10 min(5 points) Question 1. Find the derivative of the given function. Show all your work for full credit. f (x) = x2 exSolutionf (x) =d 2 x (x e ) dx d d = x2 ex + ex x2 dx
UAB - MA - 109
STUDENT NAME:Quiz 10Survey of Calculus - MA 109 1B December 1, 2006 Time : 10 min(5 points) Question 1. Find the derivative of the given function. Show all your work for full credit. f (x) = x2 exInstructor: Mandar KulkarniSurvey of Calculus
UAB - MA - 109
KEYQuiz 9Survey of Calculus - MA 109 1B November 29, 2006 Time : 10 min(10 points) Question 1. The management of the UNICO department store has decided to enclose an 400 sq.f t. area outside the building for displaying potted plants and flowers.
UAB - MA - 109
STUDENT NAME:Test 3Survey of Calculus - MA 109 1B November 08, 2006 Time : 50 minInstructionsThis test consists of two parts. In Part I, your answer must be correct. No partial credit will be given. Show your work, and write your answer in the s
UAB - MA - 109
KEYQuiz 8Survey of Calculus - MA 109 1B November 03, 2006 Time : 15 min(5 points) Question 1. Use the rst derivative test to nd the relative maxima and minima, of the function, g(x) = x3 3x2 + 7. Show all the steps. Solutiong(x) = x3 3x2 + 7
UAB - MA - 109
KEYBonus ProblemsSurvey of Calculus - MA 109 1B Due: October 27, 2006 In Class(3 points) Question 1. Let x2 - 36 f= kx + 6if x = -6 if x = -6Find the value of k that will make f continuous on (-, ). Solution We need to select k such that f
UAB - MA - 109
STUDENT NAME:Bonus ProblemsSurvey of Calculus - MA 109 1B Due: October 27, 2006 In Class(3 points) Question 1. Let x2 - 36 f= kx + 6if x = -6 if x = -6Find the value of k that will make f continuous on (-, ).Instructor: Mandar Kulkarni
UAB - MA - 109
KEYQuiz 6Survey of Calculus - MA 109 1B October 25, 2006 Time : 10 min(10 points) Question 1. Find the rst and second derivative of the given function. Show all your work. Simplify your answer completely. f (x) = (x2 + 8)4Solution f (x) = (x2 +
UAB - MA - 109
STUDENT NAME:Quiz 5Survey of Calculus - MA 109 1B October 20, 2006 Time : 10 min(10 points) Question 1. Find the derivative of the given function. Show all your work. g(u) = u+3 5u + 2Instructor: Mandar KulkarniSurvey of Calculus - Quiz 5
UAB - MA - 109
KEYQuiz 3Survey of Calculus - MA 109 1B September 27, 2006 Time : 10 min(10 points) Question 1. Find the indicated limit, if it exists. Show all your work. 9x4 - 7x2 + 1 x 3x4 + x3 + x2 + x + 1 limSolution 9x4 - 7x2 + 1 lim x 3x4 + x3 + x2 + x
UAB - MA - 109
STUDENT NAME:Test 1Survey of Calculus - MA 109 1B September 13, 2006 Time : 50 minInstructionsThis test consists of two parts. In Part I, your answer must be correct. No partial credit will be given. Show your work, and write your answer in the
UAB - MA - 109
KEYQuiz 2Survey of Calculus - MA 109 1B September 11, 2006 Time : 10 min(5 points) Question 1. Determine whether the point (6, 12) lies on the graph of the function |t 5| f (t) = . t+5 Justify your answer. Solution A point lies on the graph of a
UAB - MA - 109
KEYQuiz 1Survey of Calculus - MA 109 1B September 07, 2006 Time : 5 min(10 points) Question 1. A manufacturer of a certain commodity has estimated that her prot in thousands of dollars is given by the expression 4x2 + 16x 10 where x (in thousand
UAB - MATH - 261
DO FIRST: Type your name here in place of this line.MA 261/419/519Test #1February 22, 2006Copy this test, Test1Spr06.doc, and the Excel file drug.xls from the course website (http:/www.math.uab.edu/mayer/Test1Spr06.doc) to your computer and di
UAB - MATH - 261
DO FIRST: Type your name here in place of this line.MA 261/419/519Test #1February 22, 2006Copy this test, Test1Spr06.doc, and the Excel file drug.xls from the course website (http:/www.math.uab.edu/mayer/Test1Spr06.doc) to your computer and di
UAB - MATH - 261
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UAB - MATH - 261
ANSWERSMA 261/419/519Test #1Given February 22, 2006Copy this test, Test1Spr06.doc, and the Excel file drug.xls from the course website (http:/www.math.uab.edu/mayer/Test1Spr06.doc) to your computer and diskette. In responding to the questions
UAB - MATH - 261
ANSWERSMA 261/419/519Test #1Given February 22, 2006Copy this test, Test1Spr06.doc, and the Excel file drug.xls from the course website (http:/www.math.uab.edu/mayer/Test1Spr06.doc) to your computer and diskette. In responding to the questions
UAB - MATH - 261
Name_ MA 261/419/519Test #2April 13, 2006Answer the questions below on this test form. Use the reverse side of a sheet, if needed for a longer answer. Points per question are given in brackets thusly [45]. 1. For each line below, match a BOT gr
UAB - MATH - 261
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