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School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
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School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
Name: Ryan Lees No.: Due Oct 25th in class. Semester Project 2 Regression Line The following table shows (for the years 1965 to 2000 and for people 18 and over) the total percentage of cigarette smokers, the percentage of males who are smokers, and the pe
School: Georgia State
Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #1 Dr. J. Brazas Due Monday Jan. 27, 2014 Leave all numerical answers as exact values. Do NOT estimate with a calculator. cos x 1. (review) Let F(x) = 0 t4 dt. 1 t2 (a) Find F(/2). (b) Find F (/3) where F is the der
School: Georgia State
Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #1 Dr. J. Brazas Due Monday Jan. 27, 2014 Leave all numerical answers as exact values. Do NOT estimate with a calculator. cos x 1. (review) Let F(x) = 0 t4 dt. 1 t2 (a) Find F(/2). (b) Find F (/3) where F is the der
School: Georgia State
Math 2212, Exam 4 Review Sheet Instructions The exam will be on the material covered in Chapter 12.5-12.9, 10.2-10.3. Material in this course builds upon itself so you may still be required methods from a previous exam to solve a problem. In order to prep
School: Georgia State
Math 2212, Exam 4 Review Sheet Instructions The exam will be on the material covered in Chapter 12.3-12.8. Material in this course builds upon itself so you may still be required methods from a previous exam to solve a problem. In order to prepare for thi
School: Georgia State
Math 2212, Exam 4 Review Sheet Instructions The exam will be on the material covered in Chapter 12.5-12.9, 10.2-10.3. Material in this course builds upon itself so you may still be required methods from a previous exam to solve a problem. In order to prep
School: Georgia State
Math 2212, Exam 4 Review Sheet Instructions The exam will be on the material covered in Chapter 12.3-12.8. Material in this course builds upon itself so you may still be required methods from a previous exam to solve a problem. In order to prepare for thi
School: Georgia State
Course: Calc 3
Name: Calculus III, Summer 2011 - Midterm Solutions Write your name on this paper. You may not use calculators/computers/books/notes. There are five questions, each worth 20%. ~ 1. (a) Let ~ . Compute ~a b,|~a|, and | b|. ~ ~ (b) Let ~a and b be as in par
School: Georgia State
Course: Intro To Statistical Methods
Class Notes - Monday, Mar 25th Section 6.3 - The Sampling Distribution of x and the Central Limit Theorem. Previously, we have discussed estimators. Weve talked about how the sample mean x is, in general, a good estimator of the population mean . In this
School: Georgia State
Course: Intro To Statistical Methods
Class Notes - Wed, Mar 27th In sections 7.2 and 7.3 we will learn how to construct condence intervals for the population parameter . We will see how the sample size n will play an important role in the method we will use to create the condence interval. T
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 23, 2008 [LECTURE 6] What you need to know What you need to remember 1. One notice In a normal distribution, , , is actually the mean, and is the standard deviation. One interesting & important property of normal distribution 1
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 18, 2008 [LECTURE 5] What you need to remember for today's lecture? 1. IQR and outliers The interquartile range (IQR) is the distance between the first and third quartiles (the length of the box in the boxplot) IQR = Q3 - Q1 An outlier
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 16, 2008 [LECTURE 4] What you need to remember from today's lecture I. Measure of spread: quartiles and standard deviation Quartiles are three numbers that describe the trend, or statistically, the spread of the data. The calculation
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 14, 2008 [LECTURE 3] I. Stemplots: How to make a stemplot: 1) Separate each observation into a stem, consisting of all but the final (rightmost) digit, and a leaf, which is that remaining final digit. Stems may have as many digits as nee
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 11, 2008 [LECTURE 2] What you need to remember for today's class I. Histograms: The range of values that a variable can take is divided into equal-size intervals. The histogram shows the number of individual data points that fall in each
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 9, 2008 [OUTLINE OF LECTURE 1] What you need to know for today's lecture I. II. III. What is statistics, and what do statisticians do? Why statistics is useful in everyday life? What can you expect from statistics and statisticians? Wha
School: Georgia State
Course: Intro To Statistical Methods
Chapter 8: Tests of Hypothesis Help Guide Note that this guide is for sections 8.6. Using the Critcal Region Method Tests of Hypothesis For a Population Proportion p: Large Sample Size If np0 15 and nq0 15, where n is the sample size, p0 is the value of p
School: Georgia State
Course: Intro To Statistical Methods
Chapter 9: Tests of Hypothesis Help Guide Note that this guide is for sections 9.2-9.3. Using the Critcal Region Method Tests of Hypothesis For the Dierence Between Population Means 1 2 : Large Sample Size If n1 30 and n2 30, where n1 and n2 are the sampl
School: Georgia State
Course: Intro To Statistical Methods
Chapter 9: Tests of Hypothesis Help Guide Note that this guide is for sections 9.4. In this section we consider conducting hypothesis tests for two population proportions with large sample sizes n1 and n2. In this course we will not consider two populatio
School: Georgia State
Course: Intro To Statistical Methods
Chapter 9: Tests of Hypothesis Help Guide Note that this guide is for sections 9.3. For Paired Data Sets Using the Critcal Region Method Tests of Hypothesis For the Dierence Between Population Means d = 1 2 : Large Sample Size If nd 30, where nd is the nu
School: Georgia State
Course: Intro To Statistical Methods
Chapter 9: Tests of Hypothesis Help Guide Note that this guide is for sections 9.2. Using the Critcal Region Method Tests of Hypothesis For the Dierence Between Population Means 1 2 : Large Sample Size If n1 30 and n2 30, where n1 and n2 are the sample si
School: Georgia State
Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #1 Dr. J. Brazas Due Monday Jan. 27, 2014 Leave all numerical answers as exact values. Do NOT estimate with a calculator. cos x 1. (review) Let F(x) = 0 t4 dt. 1 t2 (a) Find F(/2). (b) Find F (/3) where F is the der
School: Georgia State
Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #1 Dr. J. Brazas Due Monday Jan. 27, 2014 Leave all numerical answers as exact values. Do NOT estimate with a calculator. cos x 1. (review) Let F(x) = 0 t4 dt. 1 t2 (a) Find F(/2). (b) Find F (/3) where F is the der
School: Georgia State
Math 2212 - Calculus II Practice Dr. J. Brazas 8/30/2012 Alright, lets see what youve got! Give the following problems a shot for practice. You may work in groups or by yourself. Raise your hand if you or your group gets stuck. d 1. Find tan1 (2x2 + 2). d
School: Georgia State
Math 2212 - Calculus II Practice Dr. J. Brazas 8/28/2012 Alright, lets see what youve got! Give the following problems a shot for practice. You may work in groups or by yourself. Raise your hand if you or your group gets stuck. d 4x+1 5e dx d Answer: 5e4x
School: Georgia State
Math 2212 - Calculus II Practice Dr. J. Brazas 8/23/2012 Alright, lets see what youve got! Give the following problems a shot for practice. You may work in groups or by yourself. Raise your hand if you or your group gets stuck. ln(x 1) 1. What is the doma
School: Georgia State
Course: Mathematical Modeling
Georgia State University Department of Computer Information Systems Course Syllabus CIS8630 (CRN xxxxx) Business Computer Forensics and Incident Response Spring 2010 Instructors : Name Office Office Hours Office Phone Office Fax Email Richard Baskerville
School: Georgia State
Course: Mathematical Modeling
CIS 4140E Spring 2010 Implementing IT-Facilitated Business Processes Richard Welke, Ph.D. Director, Center for Process Innovation Professor, Computer Information Systems Robinson College of Business Georgia State University Proposed Catalog Description Im