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HW1 - Percentage Probability Table for Condence Level Range...

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Percentage Probability Table for Confidence Level Range Determinations The percentage probability, Prob (within t σ ) = 1 2 π Z t - t e - z 2 / 2 dz fl fl fl fl σ =1 t 0.00 0.01 0.02 0.03 0.04 0.05 0.06 0.07 0.08 0.09 0.0 0.00 0.80 1.60 2.39 3.19 3.99 4.78 5.58 6.38 7.17 0.1 7.97 8.76 9.55 10.34 11.13 11.92 12.71 13.50 14.28 15.07 0.2 15.85 16.63 17.41 18.19 18.97 19.74 20.51 21.28 22.05 22.82 0.3 23.58 24.34 25.10 25.86 26.61 27.37 28.12 28.86 29.61 30.35 0.4 31.08 31.82 32.55 33.28 34.01 34.73 35.45 36.16 36.88 37.59 0.5 38.29 38.99 39.69 40.39 41.08 41.77 42.45 43.13 43.81 44.48 0.6 45.15 45.81 46.47 47.13 47.78 48.43 49.07 49.71 50.35 50.98 0.7 51.61 52.23 52.85 53.46 54.07 54.67 55.27 55.87 56.46 57.05 0.8 57.63 58.21 58.78 59.35 59.91 60.47 61.02 61.57 62.11 62.65 0.9 63.19 63.72 64.24 64.76 65.28 65.79 66.29 66.80 67.29 67.78 1.0 68.27 68.75 69.23 69.70 70.17 70.63 71.09 71.54 71.99 72.43 1.1 72.87 73.30 73.73 74.15 74.57 74.99 75.40 75.80 76.20 76.60 1.2 76.99 77.37 77.75 78.13 78.50 78.87 79.23 79.59 79.95 80.29 1.3 80.64 80.98 81.32 81.65 81.98 82.30 82.62 82.93 83.24 83.55 1.4 83.85 84.15 84.44 84.73 85.01 85.29 85.57 85.84 86.11 86.38 1.5 86.64 86.90 87.15 87.40 87.64 87.89 88.12 88.36 88.59 88.82 1.6 89.04 89.26 89.48 89.69 89.90 90.11 90.31 90.51 90.70 90.90 1.7 91.09 91.27 91.46 91.64 91.81 91.99 92.16 92.33 92.49 92.65 1.8 92.81 92.97 93.12 93.28 93.42 93.57 93.71 93.85 93.99 94.12 1.9 94.26 94.39 94.51 94.64 94.76 94.88 95.00 95.12 95.23 95.34 2.0 95.45 95.56 95.66 95.76 95.86 95.96 96.06 96.15 96.25 96.34 2.1 96.43 96.51 96.60 96.68 96.76 96.84 96.92 97.00 97.07 97.15 2.2 97.22 97.29 97.36 97.43 97.49 97.56 97.62 97.68 97.74 97.80 2.3 97.86 97.91 97.97 98.02 98.07 98.12 98.17 98.22 98.27 98.32 2.4 98.36 98.40 98.45 98.49 98.53 98.57 98.61 98.65 98.69 98.72 2.5 98.76 98.79 98.83 98.86 98.89 98.92 98.95 98.98 99.01 99.04 2.6 99.07 99.09 99.12 99.15 99.17 99.20 99.22 99.24 99.26 99.29 2.7 99.31 99.33 99.35 99.37 99.39 99.40 99.42 99.44 99.46 99.47 2.8 99.49 99.50 99.52 99.53 99.55 99.56 99.58 99.59 99.60 99.61 2.9 99.63 99.64 99.65 99.66 99.67 99.68 99.69 99.70 99.71 99.72 3.0 99.73 3.5 99.95 4.0 99.994 4.5 99.9993 5.0 99.99994
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Thevalingam, Donald – Homework 1 – Due: Sep 3 2006, 10:00 pm – Inst: Eslami 2 This print-out should have 68 questions. Multiple-choice questions may continue on the next column or page – find all choices before answering. The due time is Central time. AP Physics C Students This is just a warm-up set of questions to start off with. The grade you get for this set of questions will only have a positive effect on your grades, and it will be omitted if you do not get a good grade on it. So relax and solve the problems one by one carefully. This is intended for you to warm up, and for your teacher to get feedback and realize where he should start. Good luck! 001 (part 1 of 2) 10 points While John is traveling along an interstate highway, he notices a(n) 169 mi marker as he passes through town. Later John passes a(n) 113 mi marker. a) What is the distance between town and John’s current location? Answer in units of mi. 002 (part 2 of 2) 10 points b) What is John’s current position? Answer in units of mi. 003 (part 1 of 1) 10 points Two ants race across a table 71 cm long. One travels at 4 . 13 cm / s and the other at 2 cm / s. When the first one crosses the finish line, how far behind is the second one? Answer in units of cm. 004 (part 1 of 2) 10 points A runner is jogging at a steady v r = 2 . 5 km / hr. When the runner is L = 2 km from the finish line, a bird begins flying from the runner to the finish line at v b = 12 . 5 km / hr (5 times as fast as the runner). When the bird reaches the finish line, it turns around and flies back to the runner. Even though the bird is a dodo, we will assume that it occupies only one point in space, i.e. , a zero length bird. L v b v r finish line How far does the bird travel? Answer in units of km. 005 (part 2 of 2) 10 points After this first encounter, the bird then turns around and flies from the runner back to the finish line, turns around again and flies back to the runner. The bird repeats the back and forth trips until the runner reaches the finish line.
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