How do frequency tables, Histograms and Stem&Leaf plots organize data?
According to mathgoodies A frequency table is a table that shows the total for each category or
group of data. Math is fun states that A Stem and Leaf Plot is a special table where eac
Use Pascal's Triangle to calculate the theoretical probability for each number of girls in a
family with nine children. Explain your procedure.
After every child that is added to the family the likelihood of there being all girls becomes
less and less. I
Describe the process you used to explore the relationships with your M&Ms.
When exploring the relationships with my M&Ms I decided to get a larger bag of M&Ms to see
if my data would differ from others in my class. First I started by separating all of my
How can you find the number of different possible subsets (combinations) of m items that
can be selected from a set of n items? How could you convey this idea to an elementary
school age child?
To find the different possible subsets of m items that can be
James Weeks
Lab 2: Measures of Length, Volume, Mass, and Density
Objective
The purpose of the lab was to identify the density of three cylinders made of aluminum,
brass, and steel in the following, and to find the density of an unknown irregular object b
Poetry Brief Response Paper
A response paper, such as the one you'll write for your 600 word assignment, should do for
your reader a number of things. It should offer an analysis of a specific element of the poem and
how it affected your reading or interp
James Weeks
Lab 7: Simple Machines
Purpose: The objective of the lab is to study and examine simple machines such as the inclined
plane, wheel and axle, and pulley.
Materials: We were allowed uses of the three simple machines in groups of threes to obtain
James Weeks
Lab 10: The Balance of Torques- Rotational Equilibrium
Objective
The purpose of the lab was to determine the weight of a meter stick (Ws) and an unknown mass
(Wm) using an analysis of the balance of torques.
Procedure
I went with a single pers
Lab 8: Conservation of Energy/ Conservation of Momentum
Objective
The purpose of the lab was to use our knowledge of projectile motion to find the initial
velocity of the ball launched from the projectile launcher.
Procedure
We first entered groups with o
Lab 9: Uniform Circular Motion
Objective
The Purpose of the lab was to examine the centripetal acceleration and force in uniform circular
motion. We wanted to calculate the Centripetal force and compare the force with the tensional
force which is obtaine
James Weeks
Professor John Kulikowski
English 1010
12/11/16
A Proposal to Develop Clubs Based on Student Major and Interest
The College of Southern Maryland has an issue of students going to their classes then
when their class ends, not staying and partic
Mona Bannister
Argosy University
June 15, 2017
Rehabilitation
and Community
Corrections
The role of rehabilitation is intended to focus on the
particular qualities and issues of problemed offenders that
can be changed within treatment.
The role in rehab
Technological Innovations in
Institutional Corrections
Is Soft Technology transforming the
U.S. Prison System?
James Byrne Lecture: Nov.17th, 2009
The New Technology of Inmate
Classification
Size of Prison Population: With over 2.5 million
inmates curren
LASA 2: Rehabilitation and Community Corrections
Name
CJA140-AUO A01
07/26/2014
The Role of Rehabilitation in Corrections
Generally, rehabilitation is utilized in tandem with various education and work programs. The
effectiveness of these programs is meas
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EMPRICAL RESEARCH
REPORTS
Presented by:
Catherine Salton
Chithra Srinivasan
Preeti Gandhi
WHAT IS AN EMPIRICAL RESEARCH
REPORT?
1:An empirical research report is structured to answer specific
questions posed by readers in scientific and technical fields:
The Temperate Deciduous Forest
Mona Bannister
Organisms in Your Biome
Argosy University
June 3, 2017
Maryland's Biome Environment
I live in Maryland which is a Temperate Deciduous Forest biome were
its classified by seasonal weather, our climate rapidly c
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1. Name: _
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Middle
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Chapter 6-Factoring Polynomials
Section 6.1-Greatest Common Factor & Factoring by Grouping
Question: What is a factor?
Question: Why do we want to know how to factor quickly and
accurately?
Question: What is a greatest common factor (GCF)? How does the G
1
Trigonometry Section 2.1 Angles and Their Measures
Terms to go over and sketch:
Angle, vertex, initial side, terminal side
Standard Position
Positive Angle
Negative Angle
Degree
Right Angle
Angle of Elevation
Angle of Depression
2
Trigonometry Section 2
Section 12.1 Distance and Midpoints Formulas
We can use the Pythagorean Theorem to derive the Distance Formula.
d x2 x1 y2 y1
2
2
Find the distance between the following points.
P1 (2,1) , P2 (6,4)
P1 (2 2, 5) , P2 5 2,4 5
Section 12.1 Distance and Midpo
Section 10.1 Solving Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square
The Square Root Property
If x2 p then x p
Solving a Quadratic Equation using the Square Root Property:
a) Isolate the expression containing the squared term.
b) Apply the Square Root Proper
1
Section 7.1 Simplifying Rational Expressions
A RATIONAL EXPRESSION is the quotient of two polynomials,
p(x)
, where
q(x)
q(x) 0
x
for each value:
x4
Evaluate the rational expression
a. x 8,
b. x 4,
c. x 0
3h 2
is undefined. Here is another
h 5h2 4h
reas
1
Section 9.1 Square Roots
a is the square root of a and if
a b , this means b 2 a . In other words,
a
means we are looking for a number when squared gives us a . An example of this
is 100 10 since 10 2 100
Properties of Square Roots
1. Every positive rea
1
Section 11.1 Composite and Inverse Functions
Composite Functions-are functions of functions and are denoted as
( f g)(x) ( f (g(x) and read f of g of x or f composed with g.
Given f (x) x2 3 and g(x) x 2 , find
f (g(x)
f (g(3)
g( f (x)
g( f (3)
f ( f (x