Project 6
Due: April 26
Mail this report to me at fportier@msmary.edu. Make sure you include the name of the project
and the members of the group inside the report.
1. Read this description of a data set: films.txt
2. Load the data set: filmsdata.txt
3. W
Project 5
Due: March 27
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and the members of the group inside the report.
1. This is an investigation into how well the empirical rule works in practice.
2. Read ab
Project 4
Due: Feb 22
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and the members of the group inside the report.
1. We are going to simulate flipping a coin and use the simulation to estimate probabilities
Project 3
Due: Feb 13
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and the members of the group inside the report.
1. Within statcrunch open the data set called 93cars.txt under the JSE sample data.
2. Read
Project 2
Due: Feb 1
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and the members of the group inside the report.
1. Open up statcrunch at http:/statcrunch.msmary.edu
2. In a separate window go to the websit
Project 1
Due: Jan 25
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and the members of the group inside the report.
1. Open up statcrunch at http:/statcrunch.msmary.edu
2. Use the Data menu to load sample dat
Please read about the background of StatCrunch at
http:/www.statcrunch.com/4.0/help/helpContent.html?General&WhatIsStatCrunch
This is a short tutorial on how to use the StatCrunch online statistical tool.
Table of Contents
enter data
statistical analysis
Initial Value Problems for Ordinary
Dierential Equations
A dierential equations if an equation that involves one or
more derivatives
DEs are used to model a large number of systems in physics
and engineering (among others).
The solution to a DE is a eq
Numerical Dierentiation
Recall
f (x0 + h) f (x0 )
h0
h
Provided the limit exists.
f (x0 ) = lim
We can use this as an approximation to the derivative at x0 .
Namely,
f (x0 + h) f (x0 )
f (x0 )
h
Note that h = x1 x0
This formula gives us no error term
Chapter 3, Interpolation and Polynomial
Approximation
Interpolation - determine a function that represents a collection
of data points.
Polynomials are a natural choice for interpolation
(well-behaved functions)
Weierstrass Approximation Theorem.
Let
Solutions of Equations of one Variable
Let f be a real-valued function dened for some subset of the
real numbers.
We say f has a root at x = p provided f (p) = 0.
Note that the equation f (x) = 0 has an x-intercept at the point
(p, 0).
1
>
f := x -> x^
Roundo Error and Computer
Arithmetic
Computer arithmetic is done using a nite set of numbers.
Consequences
There is a largest possible number
There is a smallest possible number
There is a smallest possible positive number
The computer hardware dict
Kent Wright
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Kent Wright
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maximize readability. You may keep portions of this report unchanged at your discretion.
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Writing the Introduction
Harvard REU Program, Summer 2013
John Free and Kathryn Hollar
Writing the Introduction
Credits
Ashby, How to Write a Paper
Whitesides, Whitesidess Group: Writing a Paper
Booth, The Craft of Research
Structure of a Scientific Re
Cover Letter Rubric
4-5
CBE 185
2-3
0-1
Achievements, skills, and
experience highlighted are
explicitly related to the
The narrative is not explicitly
particular position. Job ID # and directly related to the
(or specific title of position) position at ha
Mason Townhouse Design for Opelousas,
Louisiana
Final Design Report
October December 2006
Team Name
Team Members
Team Members
Team Members
Prepared for:
Pamela R. Martin, President and CEO
Lisa M. Coleman, Vice President and COO
BrickHouse Development Gro
Statement of Purpose Rubric
4-5
CHE 185
2-3
0-1
Fit
Explicitly describes academic and
professional goals and
motivations. Makes strong
Discussion of goals and
argument for fit with the program
motivations are not clearly
Goals and motivations are vague
an
Resume Rubric
Relevance
CBE 185
2-3
0-1
Experience and skills are
relevant to an internship or
entry level job in chemical
engineering.
Use of language
4-5
Experience and skills are
professionally focused, but
not related to a chemical
engineering positio
Exercises used with permission from Chemical Engineering Design and Analysis: An
Introduction by T. Michael Duncan and Jeffrey A. Reimer, Cambridge University Press,
1998
2-9 Design a process to recycle all the components in a pharmaceutical tablet. Each
Summary of Undergraduate Research Opportunities for
Chemical Engineering Students During the Summer of
2013
Collected by Prof. Michael B. Cutlip, University of Connecticut (not responsible for errors
or omissions) Please e-mail additions or corrections.
T
Problem Set #11
MSE 102 Fall, 2011
(2) Simple metals, such as Na, can be thought of in the following way. If one removes 1
electron from a Na, the remaining electronic configuration is that of Ne, and if relatively
stable. The removed electron can minimiz
Writing Good Sentences (adapted from Technical Communication Fundamentals, William S.
Pfeiffer and Kaye E. Adkins)
Each of the following is a recommendation for writing clear, direct, concise sentences, followed
by an example of a sentence that needs to b
Behavioral Descriptions of Wow Performance on Norback & Utschig Rubric
Item
1.Audience connection
Description of Wow Performance
Greets audience and uses names of audience members if possible
Refers directly to context in which audience is immersed to hel
Proper Inflation of a Basketball
by
Josephine Corcoran
Ralph Rackstraw
ISAT 999: Writing Laboratory Reports
Section 1
January 1, 1999
Instructor: Dr. C. Lon Enloe
Source:
http:/www.isat.jmu.edu/common/projects/ProjectsArea/Projects/StyleManual/ExampleRepo
As you make your storyboard, reflect on:
-What is your theme and how did you choose it?
-How do your 'three media pieces' work individually in both capturing and holding your
audience's attention?
-How do you three media pieces complement each other?
-How