Chapter 1
The Business and Society Relationship
1. In your own words define business and society. Explain and discuss relationship between
a business and society it operates in and its impact on global environment.
2. Identify and explain the major factor
Name: Murtiee Gbeyi
BSM333-CA01
Business Statistics
Fall 2015
Quiz 1
1. Why do we need statistics?
We need statistics because it provides us with information that helps us make better
decision in our everyday lives.
2. Describe when you use mean, median a
Business Law
Chapters 6-13
Chapter 6
Case Studies
40. Principle of Law: Mutual Agreement
Decision: The contract was void because of the lack of agreement between which roof was to have
work done on it.
41. Principle of Law: Consideration
Decision: Yes the
Business Law
Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate social responsibility is what sets companies apart from each other. If we look at a
company such as Walmart we see many examples of decisions they have made that shed light on their
idea of social res
Business Law
CFR 42
Department of Health and Human Services- It is the mission of the U.S. Department of Health &
Human Services (HHS) to enhance and protect the health and well-being of all Americans. We fulfill
that mission by providing for effective he
Business Law
Chapters 19, 31, 34
T/F
11. False
15. False
19. True
12. True
16. False
20. False
13. True
17. True
14. True
18. True
Case Analysis
40. Corporate Liability
Due to the fact the broker is the sole shareholder and the president Triad had complet
Business Law
Employee/Employer Relationship
Discrimination can occur for several reasons and at various levels within an organization. The
American Disability Act was put into effect in order to prevent the mistreatment of individuals with
disabilities as
Business Law
Chapters 29, 30 and 32
8. True
9. False
10. True
11. True
12. True
13. False
14. True
15. True
16. True
31. Principle of Law
Although, GDGS emailed its employees regarding a new arbitration procedure, C never agreed to the
arbitration clause
Business Law
Chapters 26, 27, 28
6. F
7.F
8.T
9.T
10.F
35.
36.
37.
38
6.F
7.T
8.T
9.T
10.T
11.F
11.F
12.T
13.T
14.T
15.T
16.T
17.F
18.F
19.T
20.F
Trademarks
As Playboy Enterprises had trademarked the terms Playboy and Playmate the website
developed by Cal
Business Law
Income Inequality
Income inequality has been a topic since the United States emerged as the most powerful nation
after WWII. The movements for equal rights between gender, race and ethnicity have prompted
various attempts to help rectify the
Create a Probability Spinner
https:/illuminations.nctm.org/adjustablespinner/
Case #2, P. 260
Exploring the Binomial Distribution. How close do your simulated findings
come to the USA Today predicted findings that 70% of college students
receive spending
Discussion Question 1
The thesis of this course is that a good working knowledge of statistical thinking and the ability to work
with numerical data is essential to modern life.
Respond to this with your own view (why or why not) and support it with reaso
Statistics
FBI vs. Apple
The FBI requesting Apple unlock the phone used by the shooters in the San Bernardino attack
although seems like a harmless request truly opens Pandora's box. If Apple is forced to decrypt the
phone it would set an expectation that
Statistical Wheel of Fortune: Womens Edition
1. Recorder takes notes on each round-what was rolled on and the
result from the appropriate chart.
2. Assume you are FTE worker.
3. Use Spreadsheet Score sheet:
Gender
ROLL
Female
ROLL
Male
Median
Salary
Round
Case (from Class) Write up form: this is an optional assignment that can be
used in place of the Excel Interactive Online assignments.
Case Title: Starting Salaries
Page #: 118
Class Date: 2/7/2016
1. What is being researched (the issue, problem or inquir
Notes
Teams: Reproduce this on .xls with formulas
Go to Wheel Decide Bookmark. Spin wheel and
record answers below.
Testing p in 70% of college students (p=.70) get money from parents.
Exploring the Binomial Distribution (Chapter 6, class 2)
Discovery Exe
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CHAPTER 6. SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS
k
K
k
m
m
x1
x2
Figure 6.5: Coupled harmonic oscillators.
The equations for the coupled mass-spring system form a system of two secondorder linear homogeneous odes. In matrix form,
x = Ax, or explicitly,
(
)
(
) (
)
2
1
6.2. COUPLED FIRST-ORDER EQUATIONS
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The computation of in our present example proceeds from the differential
equations as follows:
1
1
1 2 2 1 = 1 (1 2 ) 2 ( 1 + 2 )
2
2
= (21 + 22 )
< 0.
And since < 0, the spiral rotation is clockwise, as shown in Fig.
72
CHAPTER 6. SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS
For 1 = 3, and unknown eigenvector v1 , we have from (6.9)
211 + 21 = 0,
411 221 = 0.
Clearly, the second equation is just the first equation multiplied by 2, so only
one equation is linearly independent. This will alway
74
CHAPTER 6. SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS
phase space diagram
2
1.5
1
x2
0.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2
1.5
1
0.5
0
x1
0.5
1
1.5
2
Figure 6.2: Phase space diagram for example with two real eigenvalues of same
sign.
Therefore, the eigenvalues of A are 1 = 4, 2 = 1. Proceedi
6.2. COUPLED FIRST-ORDER EQUATIONS
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phase space diagram
2
1.5
1
x2
0.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2
1.5
1
0.5
0
x1
0.5
1
1.5
2
Figure 6.1: Phase space diagram for example with two real eigenvalues of opposite sign.
Therefore, the equivalent second-order linear homog
6.3. NORMAL MODES
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Next, we determine the eigenvector associated with 22 :
21 + 22 = 0,
so
that 21 = 22 . The normal mode associated with the frequency 2 =
( + 2)/ thus follows a motion where 1 = 2 . Again referring to
Fig. 6.5, during this motion the
76
CHAPTER 6. SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS
phase space diagram
2
1.5
1
x2
0.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2
1.5
1
0.5
0
x1
0.5
1
1.5
2
Figure 6.3: Phase space diagram for example with complex conjugate eigenvalues.
and
)
1
Imcfw_v =
Im
(cos + sin )
(
)
1
sin
.
= 2
cos
2
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CHAPTER 7. NONLINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
The omitted terms in the Taylor series expansion are proportional to 2 , and
can be made negligible over a short time interval with respect to the kept term,
proportional to , by taking (0) sufficiently small
6.3. NORMAL MODES
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If A has only a single linearly independent eigenvector v, then (6.13) can be
solved for w (otherwise, it cannot). Using A, and v of our present example,
(6.13) is the system of equations given by
(
) (
) (
)
1 1
1
1
=
.
1
1
2
1
The f
Chapter 7
Nonlinear differential
equations and bifurcation
theory
Reference: Strogatz, Sections 2.2, 2.4, 3.1, 3.2, 3.4, 6.3, 6.4, 8.2
We now turn our attention to nonlinear differential equations. In particular, we
study how small changes in the paramete
Sebastin Coral
Juan Sebastin Hernndez
Ejercicio
Un equipo de trabajo establecido por la agencia de proteccin
ambiental de estados unidos, programo visita a 20 empresas
industriales para investigar la posibilidad de violaciones a los
reglamentos para el c