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School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 4 Section 2.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. The Bata Aerobics Company manufactures two models of steppers used for aerobics exercises. To manufacture each luxury model requires 20 lb of plastic and 9 min of labor. T
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 2 Section 1.5b(2nd Half) Use the following problem to answer questions 1 5 The cost for producing a certain product is $65 each. The fixed costs are $120,000. The selling price for each product is $90. 1. What is the cost function? a. C
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 10/31/13 1:51 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 5 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Think about a density curve that consists of two line segments. The first goes from the point (0, 1) to the point (0.1, 1). The second goes f
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
Testing and Quiz Schedule Test Schedule and Material Test# 1 2 3 4 Final Start End 18-Jan 29-Jan 17-Feb 21-Feb 31-Mar 3-Apr 28-Apr 1-May Look at Final Exam Schedule Material Prerequisite 1.3, 1.4, 2.2- 2.6, 3.2, 3.2 Ch 5, 6 ,7.1 - 7.4 7.5, 7.6 and Ch 8 Co
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
Print Test Page 1 of 8 PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 8 Question 1 Given that P(E) = 0.34, P(F) = 0.34, and P(E F) = 0.16. Find P(E F). a) j k l m n 0.52 b) j k l m n 0.16 c) j k l m n 0.48 d) j k l m n 0 e) j k l m n 1 f) j k l m n None of the above. Question 2
School: U. Houston
Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Final Exam Review On the Math 3336 Final Exam, the student will be expected to: Sections 1.1, 1.2 Topic Construct truth tables of compound propositions. Determine if two propositions are logically equ
School: U. Houston
Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Exam 3 Review On Exam 3, the student will be expected to: Section Topic 6.1 Use the product, sum, and dierence rules to nd number of objects in a given scenario Use a tree diagram to nd number of obje
School: U. Houston
Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Exam 2 Review On the Math 3336 Exam 2, the student will be expected to: Sec. Topic 4.1 Prove statements involving divisibility Divide a|b and nd the quotient, q, and the remainder, r Find an integer c
School: U. Houston
Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Divisibility Guide Math 3336 Divisibility Guide
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Section 1.6 Rules of Inference
School: U. Houston
Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Section 2.2 Set Operations
School: U. Houston
Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Section 1.3 Propositional Equivalences
School: U. Houston
Course: Introduction To Probability And Statistics
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Course: Introduction To Probability And Statistics
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 10/31/13 1:51 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 5 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Think about a density curve that consists of two line segments. The first goes from the point (0, 1) to the point (0.1, 1). The second goes f
School: U. Houston
Course: ENGINEERING MATH
MATH 3321 Quiz 4 2/3/10 1 1 y = 2 + 2, x x y (1) = 0, 1. If y = y (x) is the solution of the initial-value problem y + then y (e) =: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 1 +e e e 1 e2 1 e e None of the above. dy 3y = x3y 1/3 is: dx 2. The general solution of x (a) y 1/3 =
School: U. Houston
Course: Engineering Mathematics
MATH 3321 Quiz 4 1/30/13 1. If y = y (x) is a solution of y + 2y = 2x, then lim y (x) =: x (a) 1 2 (b) 1 4 (c) 1 2 (d) 0 (e) None of the above. 2. The value of such that the solution of the initial-value prolem y 2y = 3ex y (0) = has limit 0 as x is: (a)
School: U. Houston
Course: Intro To Prob & Statistics
PRINTABLE VERSION Qu iz 8 Question 1 Which of the following would be the LSRL for the given data? x 17 43 37 26 21 16 14 = e) 17 = d) 11 = c) 10 = b) 5 y a) 3 None of the above Question 2 Determine the correlation coefficient for the data shown in this ta
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 5:04 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Test 1 You scored 48 out of 56 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. True or False: A sample is the set of all possible data values for a given subject under consideration. a) True b) False Question 2 Your answer
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 4 Section 2.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. The Bata Aerobics Company manufactures two models of steppers used for aerobics exercises. To manufacture each luxury model requires 20 lb of plastic and 9 min of labor. T
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 2 Section 1.5b(2nd Half) Use the following problem to answer questions 1 5 The cost for producing a certain product is $65 each. The fixed costs are $120,000. The selling price for each product is $90. 1. What is the cost function? a. C
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 3 Section 2.1 Answer questions 1 - 3 for problem number 10 from the book. 1. Give the corners of the feasible set. a. (0,0), (0,5), (5,0) b. (0,0), (0,5), (3,0) c. (0,0), (0,5), (3,0), (2,3) d. (3,0), (5,0), (2,3) e. (0,5), (0,9), (2,3)
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 15 Section 5.3 1. Four different types of monthly commuter passes are offered by a citys local transit authority for three different groups of passengers: youths, adults, and senior citizens. How many different kinds of passes must be p
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 11 Section 4.3 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. Candy purchases a new guitar costing $4,200. She put down 20% and finance the rest for 2 years through the store. The store will charge her 14% per year compounded quarte
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Math 1330 Homework 22 (5.4, models) Problem 5.4.46 refers to problem 46 in Chapter 5, Section 4 of the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 22. 1. Problem 5.4.46 A. 2/3 B. 5; 2/3 C. doesnt exist; 2/3 D. -5; E. 2
School: U. Houston
Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 13 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignm
School: U. Houston
Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Alternate Assignment Week 12 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignment at http:/www
School: U. Houston
Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Alternate Assignment Week 11 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignment at http:/www
School: U. Houston
Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 10 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignm
School: U. Houston
Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 9 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
School: U. Houston
Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 8 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
School: U. Houston
Course: Cal 3
I/NTVERSITY OF HOUSTON MATH2433 STUDENT IIcfw_NDOUT Each sectionoftlis courseis taught by a regularfaculty memberrldo is assisted graduatestudents. by The day classeshave lectures on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. A.lso during the day on have Mondays a
School: U. Houston
Course: Statistics For Business And Social Science
GRCCMath256StatisticsBus/SocSci,Sp13,Pg.1/5 Math 256: Statistics for Business and Social Science Spring 2013, BI-4, 5 credits 5959 UU-TTh 7:15-9:35p / 5957-TTh 4-6:30 Instructor: Preston Kiekel, Office: HS 54, Office Hours: TTh 3-4pm or appointment Phone:
School: U. Houston
Math 147: Finite Math Syllabus is subject to change: Student is responsible for any announcements made in class or in WAMAP INSTRUCTOR INFO Instructor NameMichele S. Wallace Ofce Hours HSA 57, 5:30-6:00pmTuesdays/Thursdays Ofce Phone 253-833-9111 ext. 473
School: U. Houston
Course: Engineering Mathematics
MATH 3321 Engineering Mathematics 1. Introduction to Differential Equations 1.1 Basic Terminology 1.2 n-Parameter Family of Solutions; General Solution; Particular Solutions 1.3 Initial-Value Conditions; Initial-Value Problems 2. First Order Differential
School: U. Houston
Course: Fundamentals Of Math
Math 1300 Course Syllabus The information contained in this class outline is an abbreviated version of the Course Policies on my website. To read the full policy statement please check there. Components and Weights of Semester Assignments: Daily Poppers H
School: U. Houston
Course: Fundamentals Of Math
Math 1300 Course Syllabus Note: These policies are specific to Math 1300. In addition to what is on this page, you should also be thoroughly familiar with the Math 13xx Policies. See the link to those policies on the Course Page. Instructor: Marjorie Mark
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 4 Section 2.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. The Bata Aerobics Company manufactures two models of steppers used for aerobics exercises. To manufacture each luxury model requires 20 lb of plastic and 9 min of labor. T
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 2 Section 1.5b(2nd Half) Use the following problem to answer questions 1 5 The cost for producing a certain product is $65 each. The fixed costs are $120,000. The selling price for each product is $90. 1. What is the cost function? a. C
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 10/31/13 1:51 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 5 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Think about a density curve that consists of two line segments. The first goes from the point (0, 1) to the point (0.1, 1). The second goes f
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
Testing and Quiz Schedule Test Schedule and Material Test# 1 2 3 4 Final Start End 18-Jan 29-Jan 17-Feb 21-Feb 31-Mar 3-Apr 28-Apr 1-May Look at Final Exam Schedule Material Prerequisite 1.3, 1.4, 2.2- 2.6, 3.2, 3.2 Ch 5, 6 ,7.1 - 7.4 7.5, 7.6 and Ch 8 Co
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
Print Test Page 1 of 8 PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 8 Question 1 Given that P(E) = 0.34, P(F) = 0.34, and P(E F) = 0.16. Find P(E F). a) j k l m n 0.52 b) j k l m n 0.16 c) j k l m n 0.48 d) j k l m n 0 e) j k l m n 1 f) j k l m n None of the above. Question 2
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 3 Section 2.1 Answer questions 1 - 3 for problem number 10 from the book. 1. Give the corners of the feasible set. a. (0,0), (0,5), (5,0) b. (0,0), (0,5), (3,0) c. (0,0), (0,5), (3,0), (2,3) d. (3,0), (5,0), (2,3) e. (0,5), (0,9), (2,3)
School: U. Houston
Course: ENGINEERING MATH
MATH 3321 Quiz 4 2/3/10 1 1 y = 2 + 2, x x y (1) = 0, 1. If y = y (x) is the solution of the initial-value problem y + then y (e) =: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 1 +e e e 1 e2 1 e e None of the above. dy 3y = x3y 1/3 is: dx 2. The general solution of x (a) y 1/3 =
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 15 Section 5.3 1. Four different types of monthly commuter passes are offered by a citys local transit authority for three different groups of passengers: youths, adults, and senior citizens. How many different kinds of passes must be p
School: U. Houston
Course: Engineering Mathematics
MATH 3321 Quiz 4 1/30/13 1. If y = y (x) is a solution of y + 2y = 2x, then lim y (x) =: x (a) 1 2 (b) 1 4 (c) 1 2 (d) 0 (e) None of the above. 2. The value of such that the solution of the initial-value prolem y 2y = 3ex y (0) = has limit 0 as x is: (a)
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 11 Section 4.3 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. Candy purchases a new guitar costing $4,200. She put down 20% and finance the rest for 2 years through the store. The store will charge her 14% per year compounded quarte
School: U. Houston
Math 1330 Homework 22 (5.4, models) Problem 5.4.46 refers to problem 46 in Chapter 5, Section 4 of the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 22. 1. Problem 5.4.46 A. 2/3 B. 5; 2/3 C. doesnt exist; 2/3 D. -5; E. 2
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 1 Section 1.5(1st Half) Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. A $1,000,000 building is depreciated linearly over 40 years. The scrap value will be $0. 1. Find the rate of depreciation. a. -$25,000 b. -$1,000,000 c. $1,000,0
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 10 Section 4.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 and 2. Corrie bought a new flat screen 60 inch television and a speaker system from a local electronics store on credit. The store will charge 14% per year compounded monthl
School: U. Houston
Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 12 Section 5.3 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. Candy purchases a new guitar costing $3,700. She put down 15% and finance the rest for 2 years through the store. The store will charge her 12% per year compounded monthl
School: U. Houston
Math 1330 Homework 30 (7.3) The homework problems come from the exercises in Chapter 7 of the online text. Problem 7.3.4 refers to problem 4 in Chapter 7, Section 3. Record your answers to these problems in the EMCF titled Homework 30. Note: Some of the h
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 5 Section 3.2 1. The choices for problem number 8 from the book are given below. a. Row Reduced b. Not Row Reduced 2. The choices for problem number 10 from the book are given below. a. Row Reduced b. Not Row Reduced 3. The choices for
School: U. Houston
Course: Intro To Prob & Statistics
PRINTABLE VERSION Qu iz 8 Question 1 Which of the following would be the LSRL for the given data? x 17 43 37 26 21 16 14 = e) 17 = d) 11 = c) 10 = b) 5 y a) 3 None of the above Question 2 Determine the correlation coefficient for the data shown in this ta
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Online Math 1313 Homework 2 Answer the questions below and record your answers in your CASA account. Go to the EMCF tab on the top menu and choose Homework 2 on the EMCF assignment list. You must record your answers by the deadline given. No late homework
School: U. Houston
Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 1 Sections 1.3 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. A $1,000,000 building is depreciated linearly over 40 years. The scrap value will be $0. 1. Find the rate of depreciation. a. -$25,000 b. -$1,000,000 c. $1,000,000 d. $25
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 5:04 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Test 1 You scored 48 out of 56 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. True or False: A sample is the set of all possible data values for a given subject under consideration. a) True b) False Question 2 Your answer
School: U. Houston
MATH 4377, ADVANCED LINEAR ALGEBRA, SUMMER 2011, Key to HW#1 Due date: Tuesday, June 7th Remark: In order to do this set of hw, you may need to read the Appendics about the denition of the elds. 1. Recall that complex numbers of the form x = a + bi with a
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 5 (Sections 4.1 & Ch 3 review) Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit this assignment at http:/www.casa.uh.edu under "EMCF"
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
Print Test Page 1 of 9 PRINTABLE VERSION Practice Test 4 Question 1 Let A and B be events in a sample space S such that P(A) = 7/25, P(B) = 41/100, and P(A B) = 3/50. Find P( B | Ac ). a) j k l m n 0.5694 b) j k l m n 0.6829 c) j k l m n 0.8537 d) j k l m
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 2 (Sections 1.5 & 2.1) Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit this assignment at http:/www.casa.uh.edu under "EMCF" and cho
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
Print Test Page 1 of 12 PRINTABLE VERSION Practice Test 3 Question 1 A problem is listed below. Identify its type. Craig bought a new boat. He made a 19% down payment. He financed the rest through his bank for 5 years. His bank charged 6% per year compoun
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
1313 - Quiz#9 Let A and B be events in a sample space S such that P(A) = 0.33, P(B) = 0.35 and P(A B) = 0.14. Find P(A | B). a) 0.2059 b) 0.4242 c) 0.4000 d) 0.9429 e) 0.0286 f) None of the above. Let A and B be events in a sample space S such that P(A) =
School: U. Houston
Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 2 Section 1.4 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 5 The cost for producing a certain product is $65 each. The fixed costs are $120,000. The selling price for each product is $90. 1. What is the cost function? a. C(x) = 65x 1
School: U. Houston
Course: Math 1314
PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 7 You scored 82 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Find and classify the relative extrema, if any, for the function a) a relative maximum at x = 0. b) a relative maximum at x = 0 and a relative maximum at x = 2. c) a rela
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Math 1313 Online Homework 1 1. The choices for problem number 20 from section 1.2 in the book are given below. Find the xintercept and y-intercept. a. b. c. d. e. x-intercept: (0,2) y-intercept: (5,0) x-intercept: (-2/5,0) y-intercept: (0,5) x-intercept:
School: U. Houston
Course: Calculus 2
PRINTABLE VERSION Test 1 You scored 35 out of 50 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Calculate the derivative of a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Give the slope of the normal line to at the point where x = 0. a) b) c) d) e) Question 3 Your
School: U. Houston
Course: Calculus 1
Calculus Test 2 2010 You scored 48 out of 48 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Evaluate the following limit: a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Evaluate the following limit: a) b) c) d) e) Question 3 Your answer is CORRECT. Find dy dx if a
School: U. Houston
Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 9 Section 3.3 Answer questions 1 and 2 for problem number 7 from the book. 1. Give the corner points. a. (0,0), (0,6), (3,3) b. (0,0), (0,6), (6,0) c. (0,0), (0,6), (6,0), (3,3) d. (0,0), (6,0), (3,3), (0,3) e. (0,0), (0,6), (3,3), (3,0
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 4 (Sections 3.1-3.3) Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit this assignment at http:/www.casa.uh.edu under "EMCF" and choos
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 4:53 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 10 You scored 84 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. The z-score associated with the 85 percent confidence interval is a) 1.099 b) 1.236 c) 1.440 d) 1.943 e) 1.036 f) None of the above Question 2
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 4:54 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 9 You scored 90 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Identify the population of interest the following situation: A radio talk show wanted to know whether Houstonians think Texas should type of sa
School: U. Houston
Course: MATH
EMCF 05 Due 9/23 at 2:00 pm Log into CourseWare at http:/www.casa.uh.edu and access the answer sheet by clicking on the EMCF tab. 1. Find 121 + 4x 2 10 dx . A. 5 arctan 121 + 4x 2 + C 10 2x arctan + C 11 11 5 2x arctan + C 11 11 ( ) B. C. D. 4x 2 10 ar
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 4:54 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 9 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Identify the population of interest in the following situation: In order to assess the membership's attitudes about a new Supreme Court decisi
School: U. Houston
Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 16 Section 6.3 1. Five different types of monthly commuter passes are offered by a citys local transit authority for three different groups of passengers: youths, adults, and senior citizens. How many different kinds of passes must be p
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 10/31/13 1:48 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 4 You scored 93 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Suppose you have a distribution, X, with mean = 13 and standard deviation = 4. Define a new random variable Y = 9X - 2. Find the mean and stan
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Course: Calculus 2
Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Give a parameterization for the line segment from (5,3) to (-4,6). a) b) c) d) e) None of the above. f) Question 2 for 0 < t < 1 for 0 < t < 1 for 0 < t < 1 for 0 < t < 1 for 0 < t < 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Give
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Course: Intro To Prob & Statistics
PRINTABLE VERSION Qu iz 3 Question 1 The probability that a randomly selected person has high blood pressure (the event H) is P(H) = 0.2 and the probability that a randomly selected person is a runner (the event R) is P(R) = 0.4. The probability that a ra
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Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 23 Section 7.6 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. Urn 1 contains 4 green and 5 yellow marbles. Urn 2 contains 7 green and 4 yellow marbles. An experiment consists of choosing one of two urns at random then drawing a marb
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 4:52 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 11 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. As the length of the confidence interval for the population mean increases, the degree of confidence in the interval's actually containing th
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Course: Math 1313
Print Test Page 1 of 5 PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 11 Question 1 The probability distribution of a random variable X is given below. x 1 2 3 6 8 P(X=x) 9/32 3/16 3/32 5/16 1/8 Given the mean Find the variance (Var(X) and the standard deviation, respectively. a
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 9/28/13 4:19 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 3 You scored 77 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. The probability that a randomly selected person has high blood pressure (the event H) is P(H) = 0.3 and the probability that a randomly selecte
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Course: Math 1313
Print Test Page 1 of 6 PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 10 You scored 0 out of 100 Question 1 You did not answer the question. Urn A contains 7 yellow balls and 3 red balls. Urn B contains 10 yellow balls and 7 red balls. Urn C contains 12 yellow balls and 4 red ba
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Course: 1431
PRINTABLE VERSION mini-quiz-ch4 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. The function f is graphed below on the interval [0,10].Give the number of valuesc between 0 and 10 which satisfy the conclusion of the mean value theorem for f. a
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Course: Cal 3
I/NTVERSITY OF HOUSTON MATH2433 STUDENT IIcfw_NDOUT Each sectionoftlis courseis taught by a regularfaculty memberrldo is assisted graduatestudents. by The day classeshave lectures on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. A.lso during the day on have Mondays a
School: U. Houston
Course: Cal 3
'FINAL BXAM' ANSWERS l . a . ( i )C : ( 1 , 1 , 1 ) ; r : 1 f i 7 (tt)(r-r)'+(a- t)'+ (z+r)z:17 (ii)h(3i + 2i - k) b. (r) - 32 (ir) ?r-?i+r' z1z1/u 1ilti) 2. a. N1' N2 : 0 impliesn L P2 b. 2(r + 2) - (a - z) - 2(, - 4) : 0 s .t r : * 2 - 9 t , U - 7 - l \
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Course: Cal 3
MATH 2433 'FINAL EXAM' l . a . T h e p o i n t s( 3 , - 1 , 2 ) a n d ( - 1 , 3 , - 4 ) a r e t h e e n d p o i n t s o f a d i a m e t e r o f a s p h e r e . (i) Determinethe centerand radiusof the sphere. (ii) Give an equationfor the sphere. j+21c, b -
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Divisibility Guide Math 3336 Divisibility Guide
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Section 1.6 Rules of Inference
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Section 10.3: Solutions to Even Homework Problems Section 10.3 2. 4. 6. 8. 10. 12. 14. 1 18. 20. 22. 24. 34. The graphs are isomorphic. An isomorphism is: f (u1 ) = v1 , f (u2 ) = v2 , f (u3 ) = v4 ,
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Section 2.2 Set Operations
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Final Exam Review On the Math 3336 Final Exam, the student will be expected to: Sections 1.1, 1.2 Topic Construct truth tables of compound propositions. Determine if two propositions are logically equ
School: U. Houston
Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Exam 3 Review On Exam 3, the student will be expected to: Section Topic 6.1 Use the product, sum, and dierence rules to nd number of objects in a given scenario Use a tree diagram to nd number of obje
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Exam 2 Review On the Math 3336 Exam 2, the student will be expected to: Sec. Topic 4.1 Prove statements involving divisibility Divide a|b and nd the quotient, q, and the remainder, r Find an integer c
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Exam 1 Review On the Math 3336 Exam 1, the student will be expected to: Sec. Topic 1.1 Determine whether or not a statement is a proposition, and if not, explain why. Construct Truth Tables Determine
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2.3 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 2.3 Models of Motion Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014 1/8 2.3 Gravity
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2.5 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 2.5 Mixing Problems Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014 1/5 2.5 2.5 Mixin
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2.4 Exercises Math 3331 Dierential Equations 2.4 Linear Equations Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014 1 / 26
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5.1 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 5.1 Denition of the Laplace Transform Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014
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4.5 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 4.5 Inhomogeneous Equations Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014 1/8 4.5 G
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4.4 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 4.4 Harmonic Motion Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014 1 / 16 4.4 Harmon
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3.1 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 3.1 Modeling Population Growth Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014 1 / 15
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4.2 Lecture 9 4.2 Second-Order Equations and Systems Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Section 15895, Lecture 9 Summer, 2014 1/5 4.2 Planar
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4.3 Exercises Math 3331 Dierential Equations 4.3 Linear, Homogeneous Equations with Constant Coecients Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Die
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4.7 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 4.7 Forced Harmonic Motion Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014 1 / 14 4.7
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4.1 Exercises Math 3331 Dierential Equations 4.1 Second-Order Equations Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014
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2.9 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 2.9 Autonomous Equations and Stability Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 201
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4.6 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 4.6 Variation of Parameters Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014 1/8 4.6 P
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2.7 Exercises Math 3331 Dierential Equations 2.7 Existence and Uniqueness of Solutions Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equation
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2.1 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 2.1 Dierential Equations and Solutions Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 201
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2.8 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 2.8 Dependence of Solutions on Initial Conditions Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations
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1.1 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 1.1 Dierential Equation Models Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014 1 / 16
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4.9 Applications to Markov Chains Math 2331 Linear Algebra 4.9 Applications to Markov Chains Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algeb
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4.4 Coordinate Systems Math 2331 Linear Algebra 4.4 Coordinate Systems Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summer, 2014 1 / 16
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6.1 Inner Product, Length & Orthogonality Math 2331 Linear Algebra 6.1 Inner Product, Length & Orthogonality Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 23
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4.6 Rank Math 2331 Linear Algebra 4.6 Rank Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summer, 2014 1 / 16 4.6 Rank Row Space Rank The
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4.3 Linearly Independent Sets; Bases Math 2331 Linear Algebra 4.3 Linearly Independent Sets; Bases Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear
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6.2 Orthogonal Sets Math 2331 Linear Algebra 6.2 Orthogonal Sets Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summer, 2014 1 / 12 6.2 O
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4.2 Null Spaces, Column Spaces, & Linear Transformations Math 2331 Linear Algebra 4.2 Null Spaces, Column Spaces, & Linear Transformations Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He,
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3.2 Properties Math 2331 Linear Algebra 3.2 Properties of Determinants Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summer, 2014 1 / 10
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5.3 Diagonalization Math 2331 Linear Algebra 5.3 Diagonalization Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summer, 2014 1 / 18 5.3 D
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4.5 The Dimension of a Vector Space Math 2331 Linear Algebra 4.5 The Dimension of a Vector Space Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear A
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4.1 Vector Spaces & Subspaces Math 2331 Linear Algebra 4.1 Vector Spaces & Subspaces Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summe
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5.2 The Characteristic Equation Math 2331 Linear Algebra 5.2 The Characteristic Equation Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra S
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3.1 Introduction Math 2331 Linear Algebra 3.1 Introduction to Determinants Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summer, 2014 1
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6.1-6.4 Key Exercises Math 2331 Linear Algebra 6.1-6.4 Orthogonality Key Exercises Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summer,
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6.3 The Gram-Schmidt Process Math 2331 Linear Algebra 6.4 The Gram-Schmidt Process Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summer,
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6.3 Orthogonal Projections Math 2331 Linear Algebra 6.3 Orthogonal Projections Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summer, 201
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9.6 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 9.6 The Exponential of a Matrix Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014 1 / 2
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9.3 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 9.3 Phase Plane Portraits Text Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014 1 / 24
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9.8 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 9.8 Higher Order Linear Equations Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014 1 /
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9.2 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 9.2 Planar Systems Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014 1/7 9.2 2D Distinc
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9.7 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 9.7 Qualitative Analysis of Linear Systems Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer,
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9.5 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 9.5 Higher-Dimensional Systems Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014 1/6 9.
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1.3 Vector Equations Math 2331 Linear Algebra 1.3 Vector Equations Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summer, 2014 1 / 18 1.3
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2.2 The Inverse of a Matrix Math 2331 Linear Algebra 2.2 The Inverse of a Matrix Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summer, 2
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1.4 The Matrix Equation Ax = b Math 2331 Linear Algebra 1.4 The Matrix Equation Ax = b Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Sum
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1.1 Linear System Math 2331 Linear Algebra 1.1 Systems of Linear Equations Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summer, 2014 1
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1.5 Solutions Sets of Linear Systems Math 2331 Linear Algebra 1.5 Solutions Sets of Linear Systems Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear
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1.2 Echelon Forms Math 2331 Linear Algebra 1.2 Row Reduction and Echelon Forms Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summer, 201
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1.7 Linear Independence Math 2331 Linear Algebra 1.7 Linear Independence Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summer, 2014 1 /
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1.8 Introduction to Linear Transformations Math 2331 Linear Algebra 1.8 Introduction to Linear Transformations Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math
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1.9 The Matrix of a Linear Transformation Math 2331 Linear Algebra 1.9 The Matrix of a Linear Transformation Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 23
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2.1 Matrix Operations Math 2331 Linear Algebra 2.1 Matrix Operations Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summer, 2014 1 / 19 2
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2.3 Characterizations of Invertible Matrices Math 2331 Linear Algebra 2.3 Characterizations of Invertible Matrices Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston M
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5.3 Math 3331 Dierential Equations 5.3 The Inverse Laplace Transform Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential Equations Summer, 2014 1 /
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Math 3336 Divisibility Guide Math 3336 Divisibility Guide
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Math 3338: Probability (Fall 2006) Jiwen He Section Number: 10853 http:/math.uh.edu/ jiwenhe/math3338fall06.html Jiwen He, University of Houston, jiwenhe@math.uh.edu Math 3338: Probability (Fall 2006), August 21-25, 2006 Probability p.1/24 Course Informat
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Math 3338: Probability (Fall 2006) Jiwen He Section Number: 10853 http:/math.uh.edu/ jiwenhe/math3338fall06.html Jiwen He, University of Houston, jiwenhe@math.uh.edu Math 3338: Probability (Fall 2006), August 21-25, 2006 Probability p.1/8 Chapter Two: Pro
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Math 3338: Probability (Fall 2006) Jiwen He Section Number: 10853 http:/math.uh.edu/ jiwenhe/math3338fall06.html Jiwen He, University of Houston, jiwenhe@math.uh.edu Math 3338: Probability (Fall 2006), August 28- September 1, 2006 Probability p.1/8 2.2 Ax
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ben@math.uh.edu PreCalculus 1330 www.math.uh.edu/~ben Be considerate of those around you. here (SEC 100) Friday, December 11 From 8am to 11am for MWF 8-9(25636) From 11amto2pm for MWF 12-1(25640) The FINAL EXAM will be in Bring a purple scantron and penci
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1.3 Transformations Library of functions (know these!): f (x) = x 2 f (x) = x 3 f (x) = x f (x) = x f (x) = 1 x f (x) = 3 x Recommended order for transformations for your function in the form h( x) = a f ( b ( x - c) + d 1. Vertical and/ or horizontal str
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Math 1330 Notes 1.1: Definition of a Function Definition: (informal) A function is a relation or rule where every "input" is associated with exactly one "output". Definition: (formal) Let A and B be two nonempty sets. A function from A to B is a rule of c
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MATH 1432 Online, Section 13601 Spring 2012 Lecture Alternate Assignment Week 14 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignment at
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Lecture 3: The Normal Distribution and Statistical Inference Sandy Eckel seckel@jhsph.edu 24 April 2008 1 / 36 A Review and Some Connections The Normal Distribution The Central Limit Theorem Estimates of means and proportions: uses and properties Condence
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Lecture 4: Condence Intervals & Hypothesis Testing Sandy Eckel seckel@jhsph.edu 25 April 2008 1 / 25 Where are we? Recap from last time Lecture 3 Summary The Normal Distribution Sampling distributions (i.e., of the sample mean) The Central Limit Theorem T
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Lecture 5: Hypothesis Testing Sandy Eckel seckel@jhsph.edu 28 April 2008 1 / 29 Recap: Statistical Inference Estimation Point estimation Condence intervals Hypothesis Testing Application to means of distributions for continuous variables, extension to pro
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Math 1330 Notes 1.1: Definition of a Function Definition: (informal) A function is a relation or rule where every input is associated with exactly one output. Definition: (formal) Let A and B be two nonempty sets. A function from A to B is a rule of corre
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ben@math.uh.edu www.math.uh.edu/~ben PreCalculus 1330 Sections number: 25636 (MWF 8-9am) and 25640 (MWF 12-1pm) Turn your homework in BEFORE the start of class. 1. Write the equation of the quadratic function which passes through the point ( 2, 7 ) And wh
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ben@math.uh.edu PreCalculus 1330 www.math.uh.edu/~ben Sections number: 25636 (MWF 8-9am) and 25640 (MWF 12-1pm) Turn your homework in BEFORE the start of class. Late homework is not accepted. Office hours in CASA 1 4pm Monday and Wednesday 1. Write the e
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ben@math.uh.edu PreCalculus 1330 www.math.uh.edu/~ben By now, you should have: Taken the Course Policy Quiz and made a 100 in order to take other quizzes and tests Homework 1. Taken Quiz 1 taken down Feb. 2 Taken Practice Test 1 taken down (extra credit!)
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1.3 Transformations Library of functions (know these!): f (x) = x 2 f (x) = x 3 f (x) = x f (x) = f (x) = 1 x f (x) = 3 x x Recommended order for transformations for your function in the form h( x) = a f ( b ( x c) + d 1. Vertical and/ or horizontal stret
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 10/31/13 1:51 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 5 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Think about a density curve that consists of two line segments. The first goes from the point (0, 1) to the point (0.1, 1). The second goes f
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Course: ENGINEERING MATH
MATH 3321 Quiz 4 2/3/10 1 1 y = 2 + 2, x x y (1) = 0, 1. If y = y (x) is the solution of the initial-value problem y + then y (e) =: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 1 +e e e 1 e2 1 e e None of the above. dy 3y = x3y 1/3 is: dx 2. The general solution of x (a) y 1/3 =
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Course: Engineering Mathematics
MATH 3321 Quiz 4 1/30/13 1. If y = y (x) is a solution of y + 2y = 2x, then lim y (x) =: x (a) 1 2 (b) 1 4 (c) 1 2 (d) 0 (e) None of the above. 2. The value of such that the solution of the initial-value prolem y 2y = 3ex y (0) = has limit 0 as x is: (a)
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Course: Intro To Prob & Statistics
PRINTABLE VERSION Qu iz 8 Question 1 Which of the following would be the LSRL for the given data? x 17 43 37 26 21 16 14 = e) 17 = d) 11 = c) 10 = b) 5 y a) 3 None of the above Question 2 Determine the correlation coefficient for the data shown in this ta
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 5:04 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Test 1 You scored 48 out of 56 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. True or False: A sample is the set of all possible data values for a given subject under consideration. a) True b) False Question 2 Your answer
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Course: Finite Math With Applications
1313 - Quiz#9 Let A and B be events in a sample space S such that P(A) = 0.33, P(B) = 0.35 and P(A B) = 0.14. Find P(A | B). a) 0.2059 b) 0.4242 c) 0.4000 d) 0.9429 e) 0.0286 f) None of the above. Let A and B be events in a sample space S such that P(A) =
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Course: Math 1314
PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 7 You scored 82 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Find and classify the relative extrema, if any, for the function a) a relative maximum at x = 0. b) a relative maximum at x = 0 and a relative maximum at x = 2. c) a rela
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Course: Calculus 2
PRINTABLE VERSION Test 1 You scored 35 out of 50 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Calculate the derivative of a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Give the slope of the normal line to at the point where x = 0. a) b) c) d) e) Question 3 Your
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Course: Calculus 1
Calculus Test 2 2010 You scored 48 out of 48 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Evaluate the following limit: a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Evaluate the following limit: a) b) c) d) e) Question 3 Your answer is CORRECT. Find dy dx if a
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 4:53 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 10 You scored 84 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. The z-score associated with the 85 percent confidence interval is a) 1.099 b) 1.236 c) 1.440 d) 1.943 e) 1.036 f) None of the above Question 2
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Print Test 12/8/13 4:54 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 9 You scored 90 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Identify the population of interest the following situation: A radio talk show wanted to know whether Houstonians think Texas should type of sa
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Print Test 12/8/13 4:54 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 9 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Identify the population of interest in the following situation: In order to assess the membership's attitudes about a new Supreme Court decisi
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Course: Calculus 2
Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Give a parameterization for the line segment from (5,3) to (-4,6). a) b) c) d) e) None of the above. f) Question 2 for 0 < t < 1 for 0 < t < 1 for 0 < t < 1 for 0 < t < 1 for 0 < t < 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Give
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Course: Intro To Prob & Statistics
PRINTABLE VERSION Qu iz 3 Question 1 The probability that a randomly selected person has high blood pressure (the event H) is P(H) = 0.2 and the probability that a randomly selected person is a runner (the event R) is P(R) = 0.4. The probability that a ra
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 4:52 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 11 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. As the length of the confidence interval for the population mean increases, the degree of confidence in the interval's actually containing th
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Course: 1431
PRINTABLE VERSION mini-quiz-ch4 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. The function f is graphed below on the interval [0,10].Give the number of valuesc between 0 and 10 which satisfy the conclusion of the mean value theorem for f. a
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Course: Cal 3
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MATH 2433 'FINAL EXAM' l . a . T h e p o i n t s( 3 , - 1 , 2 ) a n d ( - 1 , 3 , - 4 ) a r e t h e e n d p o i n t s o f a d i a m e t e r o f a s p h e r e . (i) Determinethe centerand radiusof the sphere. (ii) Give an equationfor the sphere. j+21c, b -
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Course: Introduction To Probability And Statistics
First Exam Probability MATH 3338-10853 (Fall 2006) September 13, 2006 This exam has 2 questions, for a total of 0 points. Please answer the questions in the spaces provided on the question sheets. If you run out of room for an answer, continue on the back
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Course: Ordinary Differential Equations
ODE Sample Midterm 2 Math 3331 (Summer 2014) 20 points 1. Use the Laplace Transform to nd the solution of the following initial-value problems a. y + y = cos 2t, b. y y = et , 20 points June 24, 2014 y(0) = 0, y(0) = 0, y (0) = 1. y (0) = 0. 2. Consider t
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Course: Ordinary Differential Equations
Midterm 2 ODE Math 3331 (Summer 2014) June 24, 2014 Name and ID: 50 points 1. Use the Laplace Transform to nd the solution of the following initial-value problems a. b. y + y = sin 2t, y(0) = 0, y (0) = 1. y y = et , y(0) = 0, y (0) = 0. Hint: Table of th
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Course: Ordinary Differential Equations
ODE Math 3331 (Summer 2014) Midterm 1 June 16, 2014 Name and ID: 50 points 1. Find the solution of the following initial-value problems a. b. 25 points dy n y = et tn , y(1) = 0, (n integer) dt t y + 2y + 2y = 10 cos 2t, y(0) = 0, y (0) = 1. 2. Find the
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Course: Ordinary Differential Equations
ODE Sample Midterm 1 Math 3331 (Summer 2014) 50 points 1. Find the solution of the following initial-value problem 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 50 points June 16, 2014 dy dt dy dt dy dt dy dt dy dt dy dt dy dt dy dt dy dt dy dt = ty 2 , y(0) = 1. = ry +
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ODE Sample Midterm 3 Math 3331 (Summer 2014) 30 points July 2, 2014 1. Find the solution of the initial-value problem x = 3x z y = 3x + 2y + 3z z = 2x with x(0) = 1, y(0) = 1 and z(0) = 2. 30 points 2. Find the solution of the initial-value problem x = 3x
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Course: Ordinary Differential Equations
Midterm 3 ODE Math 3331 (Summer 2014) July 2, 2014 Name and ID: 50 points 1. Find the solution of the initial-value problem x = 3x y = 5x + 6y 4z z = 5x + 2y with x(0) = 1, y(0) = 0 and z(0) = 1. 50 points 2. Find the solution of the initial-value problem
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Course: Linear Algebra
Linear Algebra Math 2331 (Summer 2014) Midterm 3 20 points 2 0 0 1. Let A = 1 3 1 1 1 3 eigenspace. Solution: 2 0 A 2I = 1 3 1 1 . An eigenvalue of A is = 2. Find a basis for the corresponding 0 2 0 0 22 0 0 0 0 0 = 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 = 1 32 1 3 0 0 2
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Course: Linear Algebra
Linear Algebra Math 2331 (Summer 2014) Midterm 2 June 24, 2014 Name and ID: 2 4 7 1 3 0 1 7 0 3 9 2 4 2 0 4 25 points 1. Compute the determinant 25 points 2. For n n matrices A and B, show that A is singular if det B = 0 and det AB = 0. 25 points 3. Deter
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Course: Linear Algebra
Midterm 3 Linear Algebra Math 2331 (Summer 2014) July 2, 2014 Name and ID: 20 points 2 0 0 1. Let A = 1 3 1 . An eigenvalue of A is = 2. Find a basis for the corresponding 1 1 3 eigenspace. 20 points 2. Find the characteristic polynomial of 2 5 A= 9 1 0
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Course: Linear Algebra
Linear Algebra Math 2331 (Summer 2014) Midterm 1 June 16, 2014 Name and ID: 20 points 2 1 2 3 1. Let A = , u = 3 , b = 5 10 15 1 3 2 mation T : R R by T (x) = Ax. 2 10 and c = 3 . Dene a transfor0 a. Find an x in R3 whose image under T is b. b. Is there m
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Course: Linear Algebra
Linear Algebra Math 2331 (Summer 2014) Final Exam 10 points 1 2 3 , b= 4 8 12 R3 R2 by T (x) = Ax. 1. Let A = 2 8 July 7, 2014 1 . Dene a transformation T : 0 and c = a. Find an x in R3 whose image under T is b. b. Is there more than one x under T whose i
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Course: Linear Algebra
Linear Algebra Math 2331 (Summer 2014) Midterm 2 25 points 1. Compute the determinant Solution 2 4 7 1 3 0 1 7 0 3 9 2 4 2 0 4 2 4 7 1 3 0 1 7 0 3 9 2 4 2 0 4 2 3 1 = 2 0 1 1 1 2 4 1 2 4 = 2 2 3 1 0 1 1 1 2 4 = 2 0 1 7 0 0 6 25 points by row reduction and
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Course: Linear Algebra
Linear Algebra Math 2331 (Summer 2014) Midterm 1 June 16, 2014 20 points 2 1 2 3 1. Let A = , u = 3 , b = 5 10 15 1 mation T : R3 R2 by T (x) = Ax. 2 10 and c = 3 . Dene a transfor0 a. Find an x in R3 whose image under T is b. b. Is there more than one x
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Course: Linear Algebra
Linear Algebra Math 2331 (Summer 2014) Final Exam July 7, 2014 Name and ID: 10 points 1 2 3 , b= 4 8 12 R3 R2 by T (x) = Ax. 2 8 1. Let A = and c = 1 . Dene a transformation T : 0 a. Find an x in R3 whose image under T is b. b. Is there more than one x un
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Course: Ordinary Differential Equations
ODE Sample Midterm 2 Math 3331 (Summer 2014) 20 points June 24, 2014 1. Use the Laplace Transform to nd the solution of the following initial-value problems a. y + y = cos 2t, y(0) = 0, y (0) = 1. Solution Let Y (s) = L(y(t). Then L(y + y) = Lcfw_cos 2t L
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Course: Ordinary Differential Equations
ODE Sample Midterm 3 Math 3331 (Summer 2014) 30 points July 2, 2014 1. Find the solution of the initial-value problem x = 3x z y = 3x + 2y + 3z z = 2x with x(0) = 1, y(0) = 1 and z(0) = 2. Solution In matrix form, the system is x 3 0 1 x y = 3 2 3 y
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Course: Ordinary Differential Equations
ODE Sample Midterm 1 Math 3331 (Summer 2014) 50 points June 16, 2014 1. Find the solution of the following initial-value problem 1. dy = ty 2 , dt y(0) = 1. Solution (S.O.V) dy = ty 2 dt (1/y 2 )dy = tdt 1/y = t2 /2 + c 2 0+k 2 y(t) = 2 t2 y(0) = 1 = 2.
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Course: Ordinary Differential Equations
ODE Sample Midterm 3 Math 3331 (Summer 2014) 50 points July 2, 2014 1. Find the solution of the initial-value problem x = 3x y = 5x + 6y 4z z = 5x + 2y with x(0) = 1, y(0) = 0 and z(0) = 1. Solution In matrix form, the system is x 3 0 0 x y = 5 6 4 y
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Course: Ordinary Differential Equations
ODE Math 3331 (Summer 2014) Final Exam 50 points July 8, 2014 1. Find the solution of the following initial-value problems a. y = ty 2 , y(0) = 2. Solution (S.O.V) dy = ty 2 dt (1/y 2 )dy = tdt 1/y = t2 /2 + c 2 0+k 2 y(t) = 1 t2 b. y + 2ty = 2t3 , y(t) =
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Course: Ordinary Differential Equations
ODE Math 3331 (Summer 2014) Midterm 1 50 points June 16, 2014 1. Find the solution of the following initial-value problems a. b. dy n y = et tn , y(1) = 0, (n integer) dt t y + 2y + 2y = 10 cos 2t, y(0) = 0, y (0) = 1. Solution a. Solution (Integrating F
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Course: Ordinary Differential Equations
ODE Math 3331 (Summer 2014) Midterm 2 June 24, 2014 Name and ID: 50 points 1. Use the Laplace Transform to nd the solution of the following initial-value problems a. y + y = sin 2t, y(0) = 0, y (0) = 1. Solution Let Y (s) = L(y(t). Then L(y + y) = Lcfw_si
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Course: Ordinary Differential Equations
Final Exam ODE Math 3331 (Summer 2014) July 8, 2014 Name and ID: 50 points 1. Find the solution of the following initial-value problems a. b. y + 2ty = 2t3 with y(0) = 1. c. y + 3y + 2y = 3e4t with y(0) = 1 and y (0) = 0. d. x = 2x + 4y + 4z, y = x + 2y +
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Course: Calculus 2
Test 4 You scored 35 out of 40 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Find the sum of the series if possible. a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Determine whether the series converges or diverges. a) b) c) Question 3 Your answer is CORRECT. Det
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Course: Calculus 2
Test 3 Cal 2 Spring 2013 You scored 20 out of 30 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Write the given equation in rectangular coordinates: a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Which of the following shows the correct sketch of the given polar c
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Course: Calculus 2
PRINTABLE VERSION Test 4 You scored 40 out of 40 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Find the sum of the series if possible. a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Determine whether the series converges or diverges. a) b) c) Question 3 Your answ
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Course: Calculus 2
PRINTABLE VERSION Test 3 You scored 30 out of 30 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Find the rectangular coordinates of the polar point: a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Find the equation for the graph given below: a) b) c) d) e) Question
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Course: Calculus 2
PRINTABLE VERSION Final You scored 110 out of 110 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Suppose f(x) is an invertible differentiable function and the graph of f passes through the points (5, -3) and (-3, 8). The slope of the tangent line to the graph of f at
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Course: Calculus 2
PRINTABLE VERSION Test 2 You scored 30 out of 40 Question 1 Your answer is INCORRECT. Give the equation of the tangent line to f (x) at the point where x = 4. a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Calculate the following: a) b) c) d) e) Questi
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Course: Calculus 2
PRINTABLE VERSION Final You scored 80 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Give an equation for the normal line to the graph of at the point where x = 0. a) b) c) d) e) f) None of the above. Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Compute a) b) c) d)
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Course: Calculus 2
Test 2 Spring 2013 You scored 30 out of 30 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Calculate the following: a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Find the slope of the tangent line to f (x) at the point where x = 0. a) 3 b) 13 c) 6 d) 16 e) - 16 Qu
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Course: Calculus 2
PRINTABLE VERSION Final Exam You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Give an equation for the tangent line to the graph of at the point where x = 0. a) b) c) d) e) f) None of the above. Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Compute a) b)
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Course: Calculus 2
You scored 30 out of 30 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Find the rectangular coordinates of the polar point: a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Express the curve by an equation in x and y. a) b) c) d) e) Question 3 Your answer is CORRECT
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Course: Calculus 2
You scored 70 out of 90 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Compute a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is INCORRECT. Determine whether or not the given function is one-to-one and, if so, find the inverse. a) b) c) f -1 (x) = f -1 (x) = Not one-to-one. d
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Course: Calculus 2
Your answer is CORRECT. Express the curve by an equation in x and y. a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Give all possible polar coordinates with a positive radius for the point given in rectangular coordinates: a) b) c) d) e) Question 3 You
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 4 Section 2.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. The Bata Aerobics Company manufactures two models of steppers used for aerobics exercises. To manufacture each luxury model requires 20 lb of plastic and 9 min of labor. T
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 2 Section 1.5b(2nd Half) Use the following problem to answer questions 1 5 The cost for producing a certain product is $65 each. The fixed costs are $120,000. The selling price for each product is $90. 1. What is the cost function? a. C
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 3 Section 2.1 Answer questions 1 - 3 for problem number 10 from the book. 1. Give the corners of the feasible set. a. (0,0), (0,5), (5,0) b. (0,0), (0,5), (3,0) c. (0,0), (0,5), (3,0), (2,3) d. (3,0), (5,0), (2,3) e. (0,5), (0,9), (2,3)
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 15 Section 5.3 1. Four different types of monthly commuter passes are offered by a citys local transit authority for three different groups of passengers: youths, adults, and senior citizens. How many different kinds of passes must be p
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 11 Section 4.3 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. Candy purchases a new guitar costing $4,200. She put down 20% and finance the rest for 2 years through the store. The store will charge her 14% per year compounded quarte
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Math 1330 Homework 22 (5.4, models) Problem 5.4.46 refers to problem 46 in Chapter 5, Section 4 of the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 22. 1. Problem 5.4.46 A. 2/3 B. 5; 2/3 C. doesnt exist; 2/3 D. -5; E. 2
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 1 Section 1.5(1st Half) Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. A $1,000,000 building is depreciated linearly over 40 years. The scrap value will be $0. 1. Find the rate of depreciation. a. -$25,000 b. -$1,000,000 c. $1,000,0
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 10 Section 4.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 and 2. Corrie bought a new flat screen 60 inch television and a speaker system from a local electronics store on credit. The store will charge 14% per year compounded monthl
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Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 12 Section 5.3 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. Candy purchases a new guitar costing $3,700. She put down 15% and finance the rest for 2 years through the store. The store will charge her 12% per year compounded monthl
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Math 1330 Homework 30 (7.3) The homework problems come from the exercises in Chapter 7 of the online text. Problem 7.3.4 refers to problem 4 in Chapter 7, Section 3. Record your answers to these problems in the EMCF titled Homework 30. Note: Some of the h
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 5 Section 3.2 1. The choices for problem number 8 from the book are given below. a. Row Reduced b. Not Row Reduced 2. The choices for problem number 10 from the book are given below. a. Row Reduced b. Not Row Reduced 3. The choices for
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Online Math 1313 Homework 2 Answer the questions below and record your answers in your CASA account. Go to the EMCF tab on the top menu and choose Homework 2 on the EMCF assignment list. You must record your answers by the deadline given. No late homework
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Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 1 Sections 1.3 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. A $1,000,000 building is depreciated linearly over 40 years. The scrap value will be $0. 1. Find the rate of depreciation. a. -$25,000 b. -$1,000,000 c. $1,000,000 d. $25
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MATH 4377, ADVANCED LINEAR ALGEBRA, SUMMER 2011, Key to HW#1 Due date: Tuesday, June 7th Remark: In order to do this set of hw, you may need to read the Appendics about the denition of the elds. 1. Recall that complex numbers of the form x = a + bi with a
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 5 (Sections 4.1 & Ch 3 review) Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit this assignment at http:/www.casa.uh.edu under "EMCF"
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 2 (Sections 1.5 & 2.1) Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit this assignment at http:/www.casa.uh.edu under "EMCF" and cho
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Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 2 Section 1.4 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 5 The cost for producing a certain product is $65 each. The fixed costs are $120,000. The selling price for each product is $90. 1. What is the cost function? a. C(x) = 65x 1
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Math 1313 Online Homework 1 1. The choices for problem number 20 from section 1.2 in the book are given below. Find the xintercept and y-intercept. a. b. c. d. e. x-intercept: (0,2) y-intercept: (5,0) x-intercept: (-2/5,0) y-intercept: (0,5) x-intercept:
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Math 1313 Homework 9 Section 3.3 Answer questions 1 and 2 for problem number 7 from the book. 1. Give the corner points. a. (0,0), (0,6), (3,3) b. (0,0), (0,6), (6,0) c. (0,0), (0,6), (6,0), (3,3) d. (0,0), (6,0), (3,3), (0,3) e. (0,0), (0,6), (3,3), (3,0
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 4 (Sections 3.1-3.3) Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit this assignment at http:/www.casa.uh.edu under "EMCF" and choos
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Math 1313 Homework 16 Section 6.3 1. Five different types of monthly commuter passes are offered by a citys local transit authority for three different groups of passengers: youths, adults, and senior citizens. How many different kinds of passes must be p
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Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 23 Section 7.6 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. Urn 1 contains 4 green and 5 yellow marbles. Urn 2 contains 7 green and 4 yellow marbles. An experiment consists of choosing one of two urns at random then drawing a marb
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Section 10.3: Solutions to Even Homework Problems Section 10.3 2. 4. 6. 8. 10. 12. 14. 1 18. 20. 22. 24. 34. The graphs are isomorphic. An isomorphism is: f (u1 ) = v1 , f (u2 ) = v2 , f (u3 ) = v4 ,
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Sections 10.1, 10.2: Solutions to Even Homework Problems Section 10.1 2. (a) A simple graph (b) A multigraph (c) A pseudograph 4. The graph has undirected edges, multiple edges, and no loops. It is a
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Sections 9.1, 9.3: Solutions to Even Homework Problems Section 9.1 2. (a) R = cfw_(1, 1), (1, 2), (1, 3), (1, 4), (1, 5), (1, 6), (2, 2), (2, 4), (2, 6), (3, 3), (3, 6), (4, 4), (5, 5), (6, 6) (b) (c)
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Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Sections 9.4, 9.5: Solutions to Even Homework Problems Section 9.4 2. The reexive closure of R = cfw_(a, b) | a = b is R , where = cfw_(a, a) | a Z. Hence, R = cfw_(a, b) | a, b Z 4. The directed grap
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Course: Introduction To Probability And Statistics
HW9 Solutions Math 3338-10853: Probability (Fall 2006), Dr. Jiwen He 1 2 3 4
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HW14 Solutions Math 3338-10853: Probability (Fall 2006), Dr. Jiwen He 1 2 3
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HW10 Solutions Math 3338-10853: Probability (Fall 2006), Dr. Jiwen He 1 2
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HW13 Solutions Math 3338-10853: Probability (Fall 2006), Dr. Jiwen He 1
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HW11 Solutions Math 3338-10853: Probability (Fall 2006), Dr. Jiwen He 1
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Course: Introduction To Probability And Statistics
HW12 Solutions Math 3338-10853: Probability (Fall 2006), Dr. Jiwen He 1
School: U. Houston
Course: Introduction To Probability And Statistics
HW7 Solutions Math 3338-10853: Probability (Fall 2006), Dr. Jiwen He 1 2 3
School: U. Houston
Course: Introduction To Probability And Statistics
HW8 Solutions Math 3338-10853: Probability (Fall 2006), Dr. Jiwen He 1
School: U. Houston
Course: Introduction To Probability And Statistics
HW3 Solutions Math 3338-10853: Probability (Fall 2006), Dr. Jiwen He 1 2 3
School: U. Houston
Course: Introduction To Probability And Statistics
HW6 Solutions Math 3338-10853: Probability (Fall 2006), Dr. Jiwen He 1 2
School: U. Houston
Course: Introduction To Probability And Statistics
HW4 Solutions Math 3338-10853: Probability (Fall 2006), Dr. Jiwen He 1 2
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Course: Introduction To Probability And Statistics
HW2 Solutions Math 3338-10853: Probability (Fall 2006), Dr. Jiwen He 1
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Course: Introduction To Probability And Statistics
HW5 Solutions Math 3338-10853: Probability (Fall 2006), Dr. Jiwen He 1 2
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Course: Ordinary Differential Equations
2.2 Exercises Applications Math 3331 Dierential Equations 2.2 Solutions to Separable Equations Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math3331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 3331 Dierential
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Sections 4.6, 5.1: Solutions to Even Homework Problems Section 4.6 2. (a) WXST TSPPYXMSR (b) NOJK KJHHPODJI (c) QHAR RABBYHCAJ Section 5.1 4. n. Let P (n) be the statement 13 + 23 + + n3 = (a) P (1) i
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Sections 6.3, 6.4: Solutions to Even Homework Problems Section 6.3 2. 6! = 720 4. (a) The 3-permutations of S = cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5 are cfw_1, 2, 3, cfw_1, 2, 4, cfw_1, 2, 5, cfw_1, 3, 2, cfw_1, 3, 4, c
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Sections 8.2: Solutions to Even Homework Problems Section 8.2 2. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f ) (g) Yes, degree 2 No- it has no degree No- it has a square term, so it is not linear Yes, degree 3 No- it is d
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Sections 1.1, 1.3: Solutions to Even Homework Problems Section 1.1 2. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f ) Not a propopsition. (Its a command.) Not a propopsition. (Its a question.) Is a proposition. False. Not a
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Sections 6.1, 6.2: Solutions to Even Homework Problems Section 6.1 2. 27 37 = 999 oces in the building 4. 12 2 3 = 72 dierent shirts 6. 4 6 = 24 major auto routes 8. 26 25 24 = 15600 ways 10. 28 = 256
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Sections 4.3, 4.4: Solutions to Even Homework Problems Section 4.3 2. (a) The prime numbers less than 19 are 2 and 3. Since 19 is not divisible by 2 nor 3, 19 is prime. (b) The prime numbers less than
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Sections 2.1, 2.2: Solutions to Even Homework Problems Section 2.1 4. (a) Let A =the set of people who speaks English, and B=the set of people who speaks English with an Australian accent. Then B A (b
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Sections 4.1, 4.2: Solutions to Even Homework Problems Section 4.1 2. If a divides b, and b divides c, then a divides c. Proof. Assume that a divides b, and b divides c. This means that there exists s
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Sections 2.3, 2.4: Solutions to Even Homework Problems Note: For brevity, proofs and counterexamples involving surjections, injections, and bijections are omitted. Even though proofs are not included
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Sections 1.6, 1.7: Solutions to Even Homework Problems Section 1.6 2. Modus Tollens 4. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Simplication Disjunctive Syllogism Modus Ponens Addition Hypothetical Syllogism 6. Let r =it
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
Math 3336 Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014 (Session 4) Sections 1.4, 1.5: Solutions to Even Homework Problems Section 1.4 2. (a) T (b) F 4. (a) x = 0 (c) F (b) x = 1 (d) T (c) x = 1 6. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f ) There is a student in my school who has visit
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Course: Linear Algebra
4.1-4.6 Key Exercises Math 2331 Linear Algebra 4.1-4.6 Vector Spaces Key Exercises Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Algebra Summer,
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Course: Linear Algebra
5.1-5.3 Key Exercises Math 2331 Linear Algebra 5.1-5.3 Eigenvalues & Eigenvectors Key Exercises Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear Al
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Course: Linear Algebra
2.2 Key Exercises 1124, 35 Math 2331 Linear Algebra 2.2 The Inverse of a Matrix Key Exercises 1124, 35 Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Li
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Course: Linear Algebra
2.1 Key Exercises 13, 1726 Math 2331 Linear Algebra 2.1 Matrix Operations Key Exercises 13, 1726 Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math2331 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 2331, Linear A
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Math 4377, Linear Algebra, Review and Practice problems for midterm exam. Summer 2006, Dr. Min Ru, University of Houston Part I: Review 1. The geometry of linear equations by looking at the system by rows and by column (see Problem Set 1.2: 1, 4, 9). 2. H
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MATH 4377, ADVANCED LINEAR ALGEBRA, SUMMER 2006, Key to HW#8 Summer 2006, Dr. Min Ru, University of Houston 3.3.1: x = 2, E 2 = (10 3x)2 + (5 4x)2 is minimized; (4, 3)T (3, 4) = 0. 3.3.2: The best D is 3. 3.3.3: x= 1/3 1/3 ; 1/3 p = 1/3 ; 2/3 2/3 b p = 2/
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MATH 4377, ADVANCED LINEAR ALGEBRA, SUMMER 2006, Key to HW#9 Summer 2006, Dr. Min Ru, University of Houston 3.4.2: Projection on a1 : (4/3, 4/3, 2/3); on a2 : (2/3, 4/3, 4/3); on the plane: (2/3, 8/3, 2/3). 3.4.5: QT = (I 2uuT ) = I 2uuT , so Q is symmetr
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MATH 4377, ADVANCED LINEAR ALGEBRA, SUMMER 2006, Key to HW#7 Summer 2006, Dr. Min Ru, University of Houston 2 1 3 5 2.6.36: (a) is A . (note that rst colume is A 1 0 and the second column 0 ). 1 (b) We need to nd A 1 0 and A 1 0 =3 2 5 0 . Write 1 1 3 5 ,
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 13 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignm
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Alternate Assignment Week 12 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignment at http:/www
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Alternate Assignment Week 11 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignment at http:/www
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 10 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignm
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 9 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 8 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 7 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 6 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 5 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 4 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 3 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 2 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
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Course: Cal 3
I/NTVERSITY OF HOUSTON MATH2433 STUDENT IIcfw_NDOUT Each sectionoftlis courseis taught by a regularfaculty memberrldo is assisted graduatestudents. by The day classeshave lectures on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. A.lso during the day on have Mondays a
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Course: Statistics For Business And Social Science
GRCCMath256StatisticsBus/SocSci,Sp13,Pg.1/5 Math 256: Statistics for Business and Social Science Spring 2013, BI-4, 5 credits 5959 UU-TTh 7:15-9:35p / 5957-TTh 4-6:30 Instructor: Preston Kiekel, Office: HS 54, Office Hours: TTh 3-4pm or appointment Phone:
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Math 147: Finite Math Syllabus is subject to change: Student is responsible for any announcements made in class or in WAMAP INSTRUCTOR INFO Instructor NameMichele S. Wallace Ofce Hours HSA 57, 5:30-6:00pmTuesdays/Thursdays Ofce Phone 253-833-9111 ext. 473
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Course: Engineering Mathematics
MATH 3321 Engineering Mathematics 1. Introduction to Differential Equations 1.1 Basic Terminology 1.2 n-Parameter Family of Solutions; General Solution; Particular Solutions 1.3 Initial-Value Conditions; Initial-Value Problems 2. First Order Differential
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Course: Fundamentals Of Math
Math 1300 Course Syllabus The information contained in this class outline is an abbreviated version of the Course Policies on my website. To read the full policy statement please check there. Components and Weights of Semester Assignments: Daily Poppers H
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Course: Fundamentals Of Math
Math 1300 Course Syllabus Note: These policies are specific to Math 1300. In addition to what is on this page, you should also be thoroughly familiar with the Math 13xx Policies. See the link to those policies on the Course Page. Instructor: Marjorie Mark
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Course: Finite Math With Applications
Spring 2012 - Math 1313 Course Syllabus Section number: Delivery format: 13566 face-to-face Instructor name: Dr. Melahat ALMUS Website: www.math.uh.edu/~almus Email: almus@math.uh.edu Office: 609 PGH Conference hours: See my website; main page. Conference
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Course: Linear Algebra
MATH 2331 Spring 2012 Course Syllabus Instructor: E-mail: Website: Office: Office hours: Dr. Melahat Almus almus@math.uh.edu www.math.uh.edu/~almus 609 PGH Check instructors website (main page) The information contained in this class syllabus is subject t
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Course: Fundamentals Of Math
MATH 1300 FUNDAMENTALS OF MATH Spring 2012 Section number: Delivery format: 13549 face-to-face Instructor name: Dr. Melahat ALMUS Website: www.math.uh.edu/~almus Email: almus@math.uh.edu Office: 609 PGH Conference hours: See my website; main page. Confere
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Course: Complex Analysis
Math 7350 Spring 2011 Professor William Ott Course Syllabus oce hours: Tu 15:00-16:00, Th 10:30-11:30 email: ott[at]math[dot]uh[dot]edu oce: 603 PGH web: http:/www.math.uh.edu/ott/ Prerequisite: Math 6342 or consent of instructor Overview. This is a rst c
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Course: Complex Analysis
Math 4320 Fall 2010 Professor William Ott Course Syllabus oce hours: M 10:00-11:00, W 14:00-15:00 email: ott[at]math[dot]uh[dot]edu oce: 603 PGH voice: 713-743-0398 Prerequisite: Math 3338 or consent of instructor Website: http:/www.math.uh.edu/ott/ Overv
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Course: ENGINEERING MATH
MATH 3321, SECTION 19462 Online Engineering Math, Spring 2009 C OURSE S YLLABUS Instructor: Mirza Nol Barlas Email: nbarlas@math.uh.edu Course Homepage: http:/math.uh.edu/~nbarlas/3321.html CourseWare: www.casa.uh.edu Overview This is a 14 week online cou