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Unformatted text preview: Math 132 — Final Exam — Name: Page 1 of4 are as a function of the length d of its diagonal. London in 7 hours. The Concorde does it in only 4 hours, because it ﬂies
he average speed of the Boeing 777? 1. Write a. formula for the area A of a squ 2. The Boeing 777 ﬂies from New York to
366 MPH faster (on average). What is t 3. When Chris goes jogging, she always runs the ﬁrst half of her total time
total time at 8 MPH. Compute Chris’ average speed. where you are living now by $300/month. The landlord has been 4. Twelve years ago, you rented the apartment
(i.e. you payed $302 for the second month, $304 for the third, etc.) raising your rent by $2 each month since then
How much money have you payed in total during these twelve years? Page 2 of 4 sv—2. Compute the ﬁrst term. 5. In a geometric progression the ﬁfth term is 36 and the ratio i s the number of cellular phones in the US in several different years. I_ 1995 6. The table below give You ﬂip the coins and you win $10 if if you get three of a h three (fair) coins.
her cases. What would be the fair price for this game? 7. Consider the following game wit
kind (ie. three heads or three tails) and nothing in all 0t fair price = Math 132 — Final Exam — Name: Page3 of4 A and B be two independent events. Write a. formula. for P (A U B) as a function of P(A) and P(B) 8. Let 9. In a bag there are two red balls and 8 black balls. You choose (blindly) two balls. What is the probability that they are of a different color? 10. Consider the flmction deﬁned by the formula f (1:) = z + 1 m 11. Compute this quotient and write the answer in scientiﬁc notation x __ 3.9 x 10"9
’ (5 x 105)(4 x 10—2) Page 4 of 4 mpute the mean score and the 12. A student’s assignment scores are 23, 24, 21, 20, 18, 25, 17, 22, 23, 24, 21. Co median score. able of exercise 6 (about cellular phones) in a histogram. (Do it as much accurately 13. Represent the values of the t
labels along the edges.) as possible. Don’t forget the mula for the value of a $25,000 car after n years. each year. Write a for 14. The value of a car depreciates 20% ...
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This note was uploaded on 08/08/2008 for the course MATH 132 taught by Professor Bae during the Spring '07 term at University of Wisconsin.
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