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### math241test31998

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Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 241
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 241
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 241
Syllabus: Math 241, Calculus III11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. on TTh in LeConte 405Instructor: Michael Filaseta Office: 301 LeConte Email: filaseta@math.sc.edu (encouraged to use) Office Phone Number: 777-6589Office Hours: 9:00-10:30 a.m. on TTh and by a
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 241
Calculus of Vector Functionsby Williamson, Crowell, Trotter (1972)Calculusby Ellis, Gulick (1982)Calculusby Varberg, Purcell (1997)
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 241
Max-Min Homework ProblemsPage 759, Problem 11 Find the maximum and minimum values of f on S where f (x, y) = 3x + 4y and S = {(x, y) : 0 x 1, -1 y 1} and indicate where they occur.6(0,1)(1,1)-f (x, y) = 3x + 4y S = {(x, y) : 0 x 1, -
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 574
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 574
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 574
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 574
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 574
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 574
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 574
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 574
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 574
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 574
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 574
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 221
Some Ideas: Find pieces that represent the same fraction. How would you do this with cut-outs? Play the memory game. Find equal pairs of cut-out strips (like 2/3 and 4/6, 2/12 and 1/6, 3/12 and 1/4, and 1/2 and 3/6). Turn them upside down and mix t
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 174
M ATH 174, L ECTURE 171. Go over homework. 2. Homework: page 336, numbers 9, 10, 11, 13 page 343, numbers 1, 2, 6, 7, 9, 13 Quiz: Thursday (11/08) Change Old 3. Definition and Notation: Let n and r be nonnegative integers with r n. An r-combinatio
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 174
M ATH 174, S ELECTED H OMEWORK A NSWERS IN 5.12. No, but 4 {4}. 5. (a) No (c) Yes 6. (a) Yes (c) No, {2} {1, 2} (e) Yes (g) Yes (i) Yes 7. (a) {a, b, c, d, f, g} (c) {d, f, g} (b) Yes (d) Yes (b) No, 1 {1} (d) Yes (f) No, 2 {2} but 2 {1, {2}, {
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 174
M ATH 174 Quiz #4NamePoints: There are three problems on this quiz; each is worth 5 points. 1. Prove that there is a real number x such that 2x &gt; x10 . Explain your answer using an English sentence.2. Indicate whether the argument below is vali
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 174
S YLLABUS FOR D ISCRETE M ATH (M ATH 174)Classroom: LC 405 (starting 08/28/01) Instructor: Michael Filaseta Office: 301 LeConte Office Phone Number: 777-6589 E-mail address: filaseta@math.sc.edu Office Hours: By Appointment (not before class) Text:
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 174
M ATH 174 Quiz #6NamePoints: There are two problems on this quiz; each is worth 5 points. 1. Correctly complete the summation below by filling in the two blanks. The blank on top of the summation should be an integer &gt; 2. Do not change the expres
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 174
M ATH 174 Quiz #7NamePoints: There are two problems on this quiz; each is worth 5 points. 1. Let A = {1, 2, 4, 8}, B = {2, 4, 6, 8, 10}, and C = {2, 3, 5, 7}. Compute (A B) - C. (A B) - C =2. If the largest of 56 consecutive integers is 279,
Concordia Chicago - MATH - 151
Chris' guide to proofsOctober 13, 20061ProofsThere's a lot one can say about how to write up a proof. Everyone has their own philosophy on how it should be done. Some like lots of rigor, while others don't mind a bit of hand-waving here and t
Los Angeles Southwest College - MATH - 174
M ATH 174, A NSWERS TO T EST 21001.k=1(-1)k+1 2k2. a = -3, b = 101, and c = -2 3. (a) {1, 2, 3, 5} (b) {1, 4, 5} (c) {3} (d) {(2, 2), (2, 3), (2, 5), (3, 2), (3, 3), (3, 5), (5, 2), (5, 3), (5, 5)} (e) {, {1}, {2}, {3}, {1, 2}, {1, 3}, {2, 3}
Concordia Chicago - MATH - 151
Math 151, Fall 2007, Homework OneSeptember 25, 2007Reading in Sallas/Hille/Etgen: sections 1.2, 1.3, 1.5, 1.7 Book Problems: 1.2: 73, 74 79. 1.3: 4, 12, 18, 34, 39, 42,47, 49, 50, 51, 53, 57, 58. Additional problems: 1) Suppose x is a real number
Concordia Chicago - MATH - 151
Math 151, Fall 2007, Homework #3October 7, 2007Reading in Sallas/Hille/Etgen: sections 1.6, 1.8, 2.1, 2.2 Book Problems: 1.8: 2, 5, 10, 13, 17. 2.2: 2, 3, 7, 9, 17, 21, 22, 24, 26, 35. Additional problems: 1) Let a, b be real numbers with a non-z
Concordia Chicago - MATH - 151
Math 151, Fall 2007, Homework #4October 12, 2007Reading in Sallas/Hille/Etgen: sections 2.2, 2.3 and the supplement to 2.3. Book Problems: 2.2: 41, 50, 52, 62. 2.3: 1, 3, 4, 21, 29, 31, 43, 44, 45, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51. Additional Problems: 1) Let
Concordia Chicago - MATH - 151
Math 151, Fall 2007, Homework #5October 26, 2007Reading in Sallas/Hille/Etgen: sections 2.4,2.5,2.6. Book Problems: 2.4: 1, 2, 19, 20, 21Additional Problems: (1) A real function f (x) is strictly increasing on an interval (a, b) if for any x, y
Concordia Chicago - MATH - 151
Math 151, Fall 2007, Homework #6November 3, 2007Reading in Sallas/Hille/Etgen: sections 3.1, 3.2. Book Problems: 2.4: 35, 36, 41, 43 2.5: 4, 10, 13, 18, 28, 33. 2.6: 6, 7, 9, 11, 30. Additional Problems: (1) Let p &gt; 0 and c be real numbers. Show
Concordia Chicago - MATH - 151
Math 151, Fall 2007, Homework #7November 3, 2007Reading in Sallas/Hille/Etgen: sections 3.2, 3.5, 3.7. Book Problems: 3.1: 11, 16, 17, 18, 21, 22, 41, 42, 53, 58, 59, 3.2: 32, 33, 38, 49, 57, 58, 69Additional Problems: (1) Show that any real fu
Concordia Chicago - MATH - 151
Math 151, Fall 2007, Homework #8November 9, 2007Reading in Sallas/Hille/Etgen: sections 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.6. Book Problems: 3.5: 6, 9, 18, 20, 31, 34 4.1: 6, 10, 19, 45 4.2: 4, 10, 12, 23. 25, 26, 37, 38, 39, 40No Additional Problems!1
Concordia Chicago - MATH - 151
Math 151, Fall 2007, Midterm #1Professor Alan Anders Section 30InstructionsPlease put your name at the top right corner of every page. Show all your work. Answers will always require justification unless speficied otherwise. Calculators, books,
Penn State - HJH - 139
HOWELL JOSEPH HENRY112 S. Pugh St., Apt #303, State College, PA 16801 hjh139@psu.edu / 410.227.0359JOB OBJECTIVETo build on my educational, professional, and cultural experiences with a full-time position beginning Summer 2006 catering to buildin
Penn State - HJH - 139
Signal Hill Professional CenterMANASSAS, VIRGINIA http:/www.arche.psu.edu/thesis/eportfolio/current/portfolios/hjh139 Joseph Henry, Structural OptionA TRADITIONAL SUBURBAN OFFICE BUILDING.45,000 square feet for office condos and a bank with four
Penn State - HJH - 139
SIGNAL HILL PROFESSIONAL CENTERManassas, Virginia Morabito ConsultantsJoseph Henry, Structural Emphasis Dr. Hanagan, Thesis Advisor Senior Thesis Proposal December 9, 2005EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThe Signal Hill Professional Center is a four story sub
Penn State - HJH - 139
SIGNAL HILL PROFESSIONAL CENTERManassas, Virginia Morabito ConsultantsJoseph Henry, Structural Emphasis Dr. Hanagan, Thesis Advisor Structural Existing Conditions Report October *5*, 2005EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThe Signal Hill Professional Center is
Penn State - HJH - 139
SIGNAL HILL PROFESSIONAL CENTERManassas, Virginia Morabito ConsultantsJoseph Henry, Structural Emphasis Dr. Hanagan, Thesis Advisor Structural Existing Conditions Report October *5*, 2005EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThe Signal Hill Professional Center is
Penn State - HJH - 139
SIGNAL HILL PROFESSIONAL CENTERManassas, Virginia Morabito ConsultantsJoseph Henry, Structural Emphasis Dr. Hanagan, Thesis Advisor Study of Alternate Structures Report October 31, 2005EXECUTIVE SUMMARYLike most suburban office building in Nor
Penn State - HJH - 139
SIGNAL HILL PROFESSIONAL CENTERManassas, Virginia Morabito ConsultantsJoseph Henry, Structural Emphasis Dr. Hanagan, Thesis Advisor Lateral Systems Analysis Report November 21, 2005EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThe Signal Hill Professional Center, designed
Penn State - HJH - 139
SIGNAL HILL PROFESSIONAL CENTERManassas, Virginia Morabito ConsultantsJoseph Henry, Structural Emphasis Dr. Hanagan, Thesis Advisor Lateral Systems Analysis Report November 21, 2005EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThe Signal Hill Professional Center, designed
Penn State - HJH - 139
Hanagan, Advisor April 10, 2006Signal Hill Professional CenterJoseph Henry Structural EmphasisTABLE OF CONTENTSExecutive Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Introduction and Building Overvi
Penn State - HJH - 139
Hanagan, Advisor April 10, 2006Signal Hill Professional CenterJoseph Henry Structural EmphasisBREADTH ANALYSIS 1: ARCHITECTURAL ALTERATIONS FROM CONCRETE SYSTEMFloorplan Existing Architecture. The focus of the existing layout is both parking o
Penn State - HJH - 139
Hanagan, Advisor April 10, 2006Signal Hill Professional CenterJoseph Henry Structural EmphasisBREADTH ANALYSIS 2: CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT COMPARISONBasis of Comparison To most effectively compare the cost and constructability of both the steel
Penn State - HJH - 139
Hanagan, Advisor April 10, 2006Signal Hill Professional CenterJoseph Henry Structural EmphasisBREADTH ANALYSIS 3: INTEGRATION OF A GREEN ROOFOverview of Green Roof Types These systems range from less invasive systems featuring only 2&quot; deep soi
Penn State - HJH - 139
Hanagan, Advisor April 10, 2006Signal Hill Professional CenterJoseph Henry Structural EmphasisCONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONSDesign Summary Both the composite steel and concrete systems strive to support open office loads and large parking loa
Penn State - HJH - 139
Hanagan, Advisor April 10, 2006Signal Hill Professional CenterJoseph Henry Structural EmphasisREFERENCESAmerican Concrete Institute. ACI 318-05. Farmington Hills, MI: ACI, 2005. American Institute of Steel Construction. Manual of Steel Constru
Penn State - HJH - 139
Penn State - HJH - 139
Hanagan, Advisor April 10, 2006Signal Hill Professional CenterJoseph Henry Structural EmphasisAPPENDIX B: CONCRETE FLOOR SYSTEM CALCULATIONSDirect Design Method, Office Slab with Drops, 30'-0&quot; Maximum Span ConditionDirect Design Method, Offi
Penn State - HJH - 139
Hanagan, Advisor April 10, 2006Signal Hill Professional CenterJoseph Henry Structural EmphasisAPPENDIX C: TAKEOFF INFO AND MEANS REFERENCESTakeoff Spreadsheet, Concrete Structural SystemCSI # 2400900 Description Concrete Cols 24x24 Average Si
Penn State - HJH - 139
Hanagan, Advisor April 10, 2006Signal Hill Professional CenterJoseph Henry Structural EmphasisAPPENDIX D: HAND STEEL CALCULATIONS UNDER ROOF GARDEN AND WITH NEW COLUMN LAYOUTUnder Roof GardenWith New Column Grid86
UC Davis - HW - 205
AGR205KEYWinter 2006Homework Topic 9Answers to Question 1 The following represents one way to program SAS for this question:Data HedgeShock; Do Block = 1 to 2; Do Time = 1 to 4; Do Current = 1 to 4; Do Number = 1 to 3; Input Weight @; Output;
Stanford - MATH - 175
Mathematics Department Stanford University Math 175 Final Examination, June 10, 2008Unless otherwise indicated, you can use results covered in lecture and homework, provided they are clearly stated. If necessary, continue solutions on backs of page
Stanford - MATH - 175
Mathematics Department Stanford University Math 175 Final Examination, June 10, 2008SolutionsUnless otherwise indicated, you can use results covered in lecture and homework, provided they are clearly stated. If necessary, continue solutions on bac
Stanford - MATH - 175
Mathematics Department Stanford University Math 175 Mid-term Test 2008 Solutions 1(a) (3 points): If X is a (real or complex) inner product space, give the proof of the parallelogram identity kx yk2 C kx C yk2 D 2.kxk2 C kyk2 / 8 x; y 2 X , assuming
Stanford - MATH - 175
Mathematics Department Stanford University Math 175 Homework 4 Solutions 1. Suppose that H is a Hilbert space and {xk }kD1;2;: is a sequence in H with the property that {.xk ; x/}kD1;2;: is bounded for each given x 2 H . (i) If Sj D {x 2 H W j.xk ; x
Stanford - MATH - 175
Mathematics Department Stanford University Math 175 Homework 8D UE AT L ECTURE W EDNESDAY M AY 27This is the last homework which will be graded; There will be a hw9, but that will not be graded 1. (a) H is a Hilbert space and {enP 1;2;: , {fp }pD1
Wisconsin Milwaukee - MATH - 175
MATH 175 EXAM 1 PRACTICE QUESTIONS Here are some problems you might study to prepare for Exam 1. I do not absolutely guarantee that these problems cover everything that will appear on the exam, but if you understand them, and have learnt the definiti
Wisconsin Milwaukee - MATH - 232
600-232 CALCULUS II.EXAM #1, SPRING 2002.There are 6 questions on this exam, worth 25 points each. You may attempt as many questions as you wish, but only your best 4 answers will be counted towards your score. SHOW ALL YOUR WORK. Unsupported ans
Stanford - PSYCH - 106
AUTOBIOGRAPHY ASSIGNMENT PSYCHOLOGY 106 Summer, 2001 Lynne HendersonWrite an autobiography of no more than two or three double-spaced pages. Include major events in your life that relate to shyness. Describe experiences that promoted shyness, or, a
Stanford - PSYCH - 106
STANFORD UNIVERSITY Department of PsychologyPSYCHOLOGY 106 THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SHYNESS INSTRUCTOR: OFFICE: Dr. Lynne Henderson Email: lynne@psych.stanford.edu phone: 650-814-9210 Office Hours: Mondays, 11:00 - 1:00; Jordan 469 Mondays and Wednesdays,