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Binary Representation of a Binary Representation of a Range Range Mr. Eric Becker The University of Texas at Arlington
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Ranges Ranges A common tool in both science and engineering is to map one range of values onto another. Take any instrument, voltmeter, thermometer, or volume control. Each notch on a dial or tick on a display represents some type of unit.
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Ranges Ranges The first way to look at a pair of ranges is to see them as a pair of number lines. For this example, assume the minimum for the first range is 32, and the maximum is 212. For the second range, assume the minimum is 0 and the maximum is 100. What is this comparison?
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Ranges Ranges 32 212 0 100 50 122
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Ranges Ranges These ranges represent the same actual data. The units of these two ranges are different. But what method is used to convert from one range to another?
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The Formula for a Line The Formula for a Line 32 212 0 100 x y (x 1 ,y 1 ) (x 2 ,y 2 )
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Formula for a line Formula for a line C x * ) x (x ) y (y y 1 2 1 2 + = C x * ) Min - (Max ) Min (Max y 1 1 2 2 + =
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CSE 1311 taught by Professor Becker during the Winter '06 term at UT Arlington.

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