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School: Oregon State
Course: Mth 111
Review material for midterm 1 mth 111 covers sec 1.3, 1.5, 2.5, 3.1, 3.2 Try to do them without looking back at the text or your notes or other examples. What you really find you need should end up on your 3 inch by 5 inch notecard On the midterm you have
School: Oregon State
Course: Mth 111
Review material for midterm 2 mth 111 Midterm 2 covers: sec 3.4, 3.5, 4.1, 4.2 1. The graph of f ( x) 5 is: a) a translation of the graph of f ( x ) to the right b) a translation of the graph of f ( x) to the left c) a translation of the graph of f ( x )
School: Oregon State
Math 112 Notes Quadrant 1, tan() > 0 and cot() > 0 csc() > 0 and sec() > 0 Quadrant 2, sin() > 0 and cos() < 0: tan() < 0 and cot() < 0 csc() > 0 and sec() < 0 In Quadrant 3, sin() < 0 and cos() < 0: tan() > 0 and cot() > 0 csc() < 0 and sec() < 0 In Quad
School: Oregon State
Course: Lecture Notes
Sec 3.2 Quadratic EQ and Problem Solving Recall the square root property: 2 If x = k and k > 0 then x= k Def. Quadratic equations can be all be written in the form ax 2 + bx + c = 0 where a, b, c are constants with a 0 Quadratic equations will have either
School: Oregon State
Course: Mathematical Modeling3
Model of heterogeneous microscale in SOFI for Monte Carlo simulations Nathan L. Gibson May 21, 2007 Abstract We present a methodology for creating a simulated foam microstructure for use in forward simulations of wave equations to quantitatively anal
School: Oregon State
Course: Foundations Of Elementary Math
Emily-Rose Wiitala MATH 211 REFLECTION EQUALITY CHILDRENS UNDERSTANDING OF For this 5 point reflection, you will be reading the article, Childrens Understanding of Equality: A Foundation for Algebra. For each prompt below, provide at least one specific ex
School: Oregon State
Course: Foundations Of Elementary Math
Emily-Rose Wiitala 1. My process was somewhat similar to what Kelsi did, yet we certainly had our differences. First off, we both read the problem and understood what it was asking. Also, we both looked back to see if there were any other possible solutio
School: Oregon State
Course: Foundations Of Elementary Math
Emily-Rose Wiitala Diane Hart Math 211 18 February 2013 Midterm 1 Reflection 3. In problem one, the most difficult part of finding the solution was finding a generic equation to explain why the answer is what it is, without using any numbers to explain it
School: Oregon State
Course: Foundations Of Elementary Math
Reflective Writing Me as a Math Learner Emily-Rose Wiitala Take some time to carefully think about the following questions then provide at least three or four TYPED sentences in response to each. 1. What do you want others to know about you as a learner o
School: Oregon State
Course: Foundations Of Elementary Math
Emily-Rose Wiitala MATH 211 REFLECTION STANDARDS COMMON CORE STATE In this reflection you will be exploring the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. Almost every state in the United States has now adopted these standards as guidelines for teaching
School: Oregon State
Course: Mth 111
Review material for midterm 1 mth 111 covers sec 1.3, 1.5, 2.5, 3.1, 3.2 Try to do them without looking back at the text or your notes or other examples. What you really find you need should end up on your 3 inch by 5 inch notecard On the midterm you have
School: Oregon State
Course: Mth 111
Review material for midterm 2 mth 111 Midterm 2 covers: sec 3.4, 3.5, 4.1, 4.2 1. The graph of f ( x) 5 is: a) a translation of the graph of f ( x ) to the right b) a translation of the graph of f ( x) to the left c) a translation of the graph of f ( x )
School: Oregon State
Math 112 Notes Quadrant 1, tan() > 0 and cot() > 0 csc() > 0 and sec() > 0 Quadrant 2, sin() > 0 and cos() < 0: tan() < 0 and cot() < 0 csc() > 0 and sec() < 0 In Quadrant 3, sin() < 0 and cos() < 0: tan() > 0 and cot() > 0 csc() < 0 and sec() < 0 In Quad
School: Oregon State
Course: Lecture Notes
Sec 3.2 Quadratic EQ and Problem Solving Recall the square root property: 2 If x = k and k > 0 then x= k Def. Quadratic equations can be all be written in the form ax 2 + bx + c = 0 where a, b, c are constants with a 0 Quadratic equations will have either
School: Oregon State
Course: Mathematical Modeling3
Model of heterogeneous microscale in SOFI for Monte Carlo simulations Nathan L. Gibson May 21, 2007 Abstract We present a methodology for creating a simulated foam microstructure for use in forward simulations of wave equations to quantitatively anal
School: Oregon State
Course: Matrix And Power Series Methods
Mth 306 Midterm Name: ID: Bent Petersen 306w2005-test.tex Feb 9, 2005 Time: 50 minutes. Instructions: = This test is multiple-choice and workout. You must turn in both the test and the scantron. If you do not read the instructions, then how will you know
School: Oregon State
Course: Matrix And Power Series Methods
Mth 306 Exam Name: ID: Bent Petersen 306w2005-exam.tex Tuesday, March 15 2005, 18:00 Instructions: = If you do not read the instructions, then how will you know what to do? Read them now. Time: 110 minutes. This test is mostly multiple-choice but may con
School: Oregon State
Course: Matrix And Power Series Methods
Mth 306 Quiz Name: ID: Bent Petersen 306w2005-test.tex Wed May 4 2005 Instructions: = Time: 50 minutes. This test is a multiple-choice test. You must turn in both the test and the scantron. Your name must be on the scantron and on the test. If you do not
School: Oregon State
Course: Matrix And Power Series Methods
Mth 306 Exam (Make sure your name and ID number are on the scantron.) Bent Petersen 306s2005-exam.tex June 9 2005 Time: 110 minutes. Instructions: = This test is a multiple-choice test. Be sure you put your name on the scantron. If you do not read the in
School: Oregon State
Course: Matrix And Power Series Methods
Fall Mth 306 Test 2 (This test requires you use the provided scantron) 2005 Bent Petersen 306f2005-test-2.tex Test date: November 16 2005 Time: 50 minutes Instructions: = This test is a multiple-choice test. Be sure you put your name on the scantron. If
School: Oregon State
Course: Matrix And Power Series Methods
Mth 306 Test 1 Fall (This test requires you use the provided scantron) 2005 Bent Petersen 306f2005-test-1.tex Test date: October 21, 2005 Time: 50 minutes Instructions: = This test is a multiple-choice test. Be sure you put your name on the scantron. If
School: Oregon State
Course: Matrix And Power Series Methods
Fall Mth 306 Exam (This test requires you use the provided scantron) 2005 Bent Petersen 306f2005-exam.tex Test date: Noon, Tuesday, December 6, 2005 Time: 110 minutes Instructions: = This test is a multiple-choice test. Be sure you put your name on the s
School: Oregon State
Course: Applied Discrete Math
Mth 355 Midterm Bent Petersen Name: 355w2003_midterm.tex Feb 26, 2003 ID: Time: 110 minutes. You may use one 8.5 11 inch sheet of notes. You may use a calculator. Problem 1. (20 points). Consider an m n rectangular grid. How many routes are there from the
School: Oregon State
Course: Applied Discrete Math
Mth 355 Midterm Bent Petersen Name: 355w2003_midterm_sample.tex ID: Feb 26, 2003 Time: 110 minutes. You may use one 8.5 11 inch sheet of notes. You may use a calculator. Problem 1. (20 points). How many strings are there of length 12 consisting of 3 As, 5
School: Oregon State
Course: Differential Calculus
Mth 251 Test 2 [This test requires a scantron.] Bent Petersen 251f2004-test2.tex Nov 8, 2004 Time: 50 minutes. Instructions: = This test is multiple-choice. You must mark your answer on the provided scantron. Before you begin, ll in all the required info
School: Oregon State
Course: Differential Calculus
Mth 251 Test 1 [This test requires a scantron.] Bent Petersen 251f2004-test1.tex Oct 15, 2004 Time: 50 minutes. Instructions: = This test is multiple-choice. You must mark your answer on the provided scantron. Before you begin, ll in all the required inf
School: Oregon State
Course: Applied Discrete Math
Mth 355 (399) Bent Petersen Take-Home Exam Due: Thursday March 20, 2003 3:30 PM or earlier 355w2003_exam.tex March 16, 2003 You may use any books, notes, calculators, computers - whatnot. Your solutions should be submitted by email, with or without attach
School: Oregon State
Course: Applied Discrete Math
Mth 355 Exam Name: Bent Petersen Dec 3, 2001 355f2001_exam.tex ID: Time: 110 minutes. This test is open book. You may use any books or notes that you wish to use. You may use a calculator. Problem 1. (20 points if correct, 0 points if wrong). Let X be a s
School: Oregon State
Course: Elementary Numerical Analysis 1
Mth 351 Sample Problems Bent Petersen Name: ID: 351w2003_exam_samples.tex March 12, 2003 Instructions: = If you do not read the instructions, then how will you know what to do? Read them now. Time: xxx minutes. You may use one note-sheet prepared in adva
School: Oregon State
Course: Differential Calculus
Mth 251 Exam [This test requires a scantron.] Bent Petersen 251f2004-exam.tex Dec 2, 2004 Time: 110 minutes. Instructions: = This test is multiple-choice. You must mark your answer on the provided scantron. Before you begin, ll in all the required inform
School: Oregon State
Course: Elementary Numerical Analysis 1
Summer Mth 351 Test 2 2005 (This test requires you use the provided scantron) Bent Petersen 351u2005-test2.tex Test date: August 10 2005 Time: 70 minutes Instructions: = This test is a multiple-choice test. Be sure you put your name on the scantron. If y
School: Oregon State
Course: Elementary Numerical Analysis 1
Mth 351 Test 1 Summer (This test requires you use the provided scantron) 2005 Bent Petersen 351u2005-test1.tex Test date: July 25 2005 Time: 70 minutes Instructions: = This test is a multiple-choice test. Be sure you put your name on the scantron. If you
School: Oregon State
Course: Elementary Numerical Analysis 1
Mth 351 Test 2 Fall (This test requires you use the provided scantron) 2005 Bent Petersen 351f2005-test-2.tex Test date: xxxx 2005 Time: xx minutes Instructions: = This test is a multiple-choice test. Be sure you put your name on the scantron. If you do
School: Oregon State
Course: Elementary Numerical Analysis 1
Mth 351 Test 1 Fall (This test requires you use the provided scantron) 2005 Bent Petersen 351f2005-test-1.tex Test date: October 19 2005 Time: 50 minutes Instructions: = This test is a multiple-choice test. Be sure you put your name on the scantron. If y
School: Oregon State
Course: Elementary Numerical Analysis 1
Mth 351 Midterm Bent Petersen Name: 351f2002_midterm.tex Instructions: = If you do not read the instructions, then how will you know what to do? Read them now. Nov 8, 2002 ID: Time: 50 minutes. You may use one note-sheet prepared in advance. You must put
School: Oregon State
Course: Elementary Numerical Analysis 1
Mth 351 Exam Name: Bent Petersen Thursday Dec 12, 2002 351f2002_exam.tex Instructions: = If you do not read the instructions, then how will you know what to do? Read them now. ID: Time: 110 minutes. You may use one note-sheet prepared in advance. You mus
School: Oregon State
Course: Elementary Numerical Analysis 1
Mth 351 Exam Name: Bent Petersen Dec 5, 2001 351f2001_exam.tex Instructions: = ID: Time: 110 minutes. You may use one note-sheet prepared in advance. You must put your name on your note-sheet, but do not turn in your note-sheet. Your note-sheet must be l
School: Oregon State
Course: Complex Analysis
MTH 611 Complex Analysis Midterm Exam Solutions Problem I. (i) Is the function f (z ) = f (x + iy ) = sin x cosh y i cos x sinh y analytic? Solution. We compute u v = cos x cosh y = = cos x cosh y, x y so, as per the Cauchy-Riemann equations, the function
School: Oregon State
Half/Double angle formulas: sin^2(x) = *(1 - cos2x) AND cos^2(x) = *(1 + cos2x). Logistic eqn: dy/dt = ry(1 y/K). Solution: y = y0*K / (y0 + (K - y0)e^-rt) Integrating factor: put in std form: y + p(t)y = g(t). integrating factor is u(t) = e^(integral of
School: Oregon State
Course: Mth 111
COMM 218 Interpersonal Communication Instructor: Angela Cordova Exam #1 Study Guide Befamiliarwiththefollowingconceptsfromyourbookandclass.Additionally,rememberthatthisis just a guideandisnotnecessarily allencompassing.Inotherwords,justbecauseitdoesntappe
School: Oregon State
Course: Mth 111
COMM 218 Interpersonal Communication Instructor: Angela Cordova Sample Exam Questions Below are a couple of sample exam questions (not necessarily reflective of what you have learned this term). My entire exam is composed of questions written in this mann
School: Oregon State
Course: Mth 111
COMM 218 Interpersonal Communication Instructor: Angela Cordova Exam #2 Study Guide Befamiliarwiththefollowingconceptsfromyourbookandclass.Additionally,rememberthatthisisjust a guideandis notnecessarilyallencompassing.Inotherwords,justbecauseitdoesntappea
School: Oregon State
Course: Elementary Numerical Analysis 1
Elementary Numerical Analysis Bent E. Petersen Summer 2004 20040806 Contents 13 Interpolation polynomials and N EWTON divided differences 19 1 TAYLOR Polynomials 2 2 Errors 7 14 Interpolation and C EBY S EV polynomials 21 15 Interpolation Splines 16 Least
School: Oregon State
Course: Complex Analysis
MTH 611 Complex Analysis Homework Assignment III Solutions Problem I. (i) Find precise conditions under which the principal branch of the complex Log function satises the familiar identity Log (zw) = Log z + Log w. Solution. Recall that Log z = ln |z | +
School: Oregon State
Course: Complex Analysis
MTH 611 Complex Analysis Exam Sample Problems Problem I. (i) Find all analytic functions f on an open, connected C such that |f |2 is harmonic in . 1+x y (ii) Is f (z ) = +i analytic? 2 + y2 (1 + x) (1 + x)2 + y 2 (iii) Suppose f (z ) is analytic in . Sho
School: Oregon State
Course: Complex Analysis
MTH 611 Complex Analysis Homework Assignment IV Solutions Problem I. (i) Let f (z ) be entire and suppose that f (z ) is real if and only if z is real. Show that f (z ) can have at most one zero. Solution. Obviously the zeros of f (z ) must be located on
School: Oregon State
Course: Complex Analysis
MTH 611 Complex Analysis Homework Assignment I Due April 16, 2012 Problem I. 2i . (1 + 2i)(2 + i) (ii) Find the real and imaginary parts of (1 i 3)19 . (iii) Solve completely z 5 = 4 3i. (i) Simplify Solution. Part i : Compute: (2 i)2 (1 2i) (3 4i)(1 2i)
School: Oregon State
Course: Complex Analysis
MTH 611 Complex Analysis Homework Assignment II Solutions Problem I. (i) Expand f (z ) = (2z + 1)/(z + 1)2 as power series f (z ) = n=0 an (z 1)n . What is the radius of convergence of the resulting series? Solution. We compute 2 d1 (2z + 1)/(z + 1)2 = +
School: Oregon State
Course: Lecture Notes
Sec 1.3, 1.5 LAB B NAME:_ MTH 111 TAs Name: Recitation Time: SHOW ALL WORK! Use another sheet of paper if you need more space and staple it to this one 1) Given that f (5) = 7 , identify a point on the graph of f. 2) Given that g (t ) = 1 5+t a) Evaluate
School: Oregon State
Course: Numerical Linear Algebra3
Numerical Linear Algebra (MTH 451) Homework 2 Due Monday, October 16, 2006 at 10am in class 1. Read examples 1.2 and 3.6 in Trefethen and Bau. Prove that u Cm and v Cn |uv |F = |u|2 |v|2 Also, show by an example that |uv |F = |u|F |v|F 2. Aside
School: Oregon State
Course: Vector Calculus II4
MTH 255 1. HW #8 Fall 2005 Water in a bathtub has velocity vector field near the drain given by y + xz yz - x 1 ^ ^- 2 ^ F =- 2 i - 2 k 2 2 (z + 1) (z + 1) z +1 with x, y, z in cm, and F in cm sec . (a) Rewriting F as follows, describe in words h
School: Oregon State
Course: Vector Calculus II4
MTH 255 Skills check (not to turn in): 16.9: 14 Assigned: 1. Suppose F = xyz 2 . HW #8 Spring 2003 (a) Find F at the point (1, 2, 1). Note: You are given F , not F ! (b) Using your answer to part (a), but no other information about the vector f
School: Oregon State
Course: Differential Calculus (4)
SSM: Linear Algebra Section 9.1 Chapter 9 9.1 1. x(t) = 7e5t , by Fact 9.1.1. 3. P (t) = 7e0.03t , by Fact 9.1.1. 5. y(t) = -0.8e0.8t, by Fact 9.1.1. 7. x-2 dx = dt -x-1 = t + C 1 - x = t + C, and -1 = 0 + C, so that 1 -x = t - 1 x(t) = 1 1-t ;
School: Oregon State
Course: Applied Discrete Math
MLC Lab Visit - Lab 07 - Maple Mth 355 (a.k.a. Mth 399) Feb 19, 2003 Maple 7 Bent E. Petersen petersen@math.orst.edu There are 5 problems below. Problem solutions are due Feb 26, 2003. Email your solutions to me as Maple worksheet attachments. Your worksh
School: Oregon State
Course: Applied Discrete Math
MLC Lab Visit - Lab 06 - Maple Mth 355 (a.k.a. Mth 399) Feb 12, 2003 Maple 7 Bent E. Petersen petersen@math.orst.edu There are 3 problems below. Problem solutions are due Feb 19, 2003. Email your solutions to me as Maple worksheet attachments. Your worksh
School: Oregon State
Course: Applied Discrete Math
MLC Lab Visit - Lab 05 - Maple Mth 355 (a.k.a. Mth 399) Feb 05, 2003 Maple 7 Bent E. Petersen petersen@math.orst.edu There are 6 problems below. Problem solutions are due Feb 12, 2003. Email your solutions to me as Maple worksheet attachments. Your worksh
School: Oregon State
Course: Linear Algebra
Mth 341 Linear Algebra Spring 2000 MLC Computer Lab Visit 1 Bent Petersen Login Press the Ctrl-Alt-Delete keys simultaneously. You should get a login prompt. Enter your ORST user name and press the Tab key. Then enter your ORST password and press the Ente