Alexis Lawrence
April 14, 2017
Special problem #2
The revenue R in dollars received for selling x electronic components is
R(x) = 2x (50-x). Evaluate R(30) and interpret the result. What number of
components sold would maximize the revenue ? What would be
Quiz 7 July 9
Name:_
East Asian parents encourage their children to be emotionally _, whereas Western
parents encourage their children to be emotionally _.
a. unstable; stable
b. stable; unstable
c. reserved; expressive
d. expressive; reserved
With increa
8. The Barking Lot is a dog day care center. Design a flowchart or pseudocode for following:
a. A program that accepts data for an ID number of a dogs owner, and the name, breed, age, and
weight of the dog. Display a bill containing all the input data as
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The length of the vector v.1
Find the unit vector in the direction of v.1
Find the distance between the vectors.2
Find the dot product of u.v.2
find the dot product of (u.v)w.3
Find the dot product of u.(2v-3w).3
find the dot product of v.v
1. A small block of mass M is released from rest at the top of the
curved frictionless ramp shown above. The block slides down the ramp
and is moving with a speed 3.5vo when it collides with a larger block of
mass 1.5M at rest at the bottom of the incline
STACY IFEOMA OJIALOR
Summary of Probability presentation.
The probability presentation by Professor Schwanke was an interesting one. Firstly, he defined
probability and introduced the concept before we went further in playing a probability game in which
v
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WEEK 3 ASSIGNMENT
6.
Write a pseudocode that describes the process of guessing a number from 1 to 100. After each guess,
the player is told that the guess is too high or too low. The process continues until the player guesses the
correct nu
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STATCRUNCH 2
The data in the following table are based on the results of the survey conducted by the gallop
organization, which represent commute time to work (in minutes) and well-being index score.
Source of the data: Textbook Chapter fou
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Chapter 5 Assignment
8.
Pseudocode:
start
Declarations
num number
num high
num low
housekeeping()
while number >= 0
detailLoop()
endwhile
finishUp()
stop
housekeeping()
output Enter a number >
input number
high = number
low = number
return
MATH 109
Written Assignment 01
Due Date: _1/28/2017_
Name _Jaclyn Gonzalez_
Instructor: Ekey
108 points
These problems are presented in sets with at least two problems in each set mostly. On Blackboard,
open the video for Written Assignment 01. In the vid
MATH 109
Name _Jaclyn Gonzalez
_
Written Assignment 02
Instructor: Ekey
Due Date: _1/29/17_
118 points
These problems are presented in sets with at least two problems in each set mostly. On Blackboard,
open the video for Written Assignment 02. In the vide
MATH 109
Written Assignment 00
Due Date: _1/24/17_
Name _Jaclyn Gonzalez_
Instructor: Ekey
69 points
The answers to the questions in this assignment can be found in the two preliminary videos,
Introduction to the Course and My Math Lab. Links to these vid
Morgan Wilber
September 23, 2013
2_1_13txt. This is a qualitative pie chart of qualitative variables where a survey was conducted of
college students to find out how often a seat belt was wore when they are a passenger.
Morgan Wilber
September 23, 2013
2_
Morgan Wilber
December 4, 2013
Statistics
(a)
Use StatCrunch to obtain 1000 random samples of size n = 10 from this populations.
List the observations obtained from Sample 1 and Sample 2 below. Explain what the entries in
row 1 of the StatCrunch spreadshe
Morgan Wilber
December 4, 2013
Statistics
(a)
Use StatCrunch to obtain 1000 random samples of size n = 10 from this populations.
List the observations obtained from Sample 1 and Sample 2 below. Explain what the entries in
row 1 of the StatCrunch spreadshe