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BUS 110-51
James Dottin
December 3, 2014
MODULE 11
Exercise
1.
Who uses accounting information? What do they use it for, and why do they find it
helpful? What problems would arise if they werent provided with accounting informati
The data is for weekly sales in the dry goods department at a Wal*Mart store in the
Northeast. Peak values, I.e. spikes, usually occur at holiday periods. Week 1 is the
first week of February 2003. To show continuity, week 1 of 2004 is represented as
week
Calculus 1 Final Exam Content
Be prepared to answer questions about the following topics:
1. Derivatives of every function type studied this semester:
a) Polynomials
f x 2 x 4 5 x 3 3x 2 x 4 *
b) Radicals
f x 3 x2 *
c) Trigonometric
f x cot x
d) Inverse t
Calculus 1B
Exam II
Fall 2014
Pg1
Name _ Sec _
Instructions: Calculators and note sheets are not allowed. Answers with little or no supporting work
will receive little or no credit. Work must be neat, organized and easily interpreted. Graders may
deduct i
Calculus 1B Final Exam Fall 2014 Pg1 Name _ Sec _
Instructions: Calculators and note sheets are not allowed. No electronic devices
may be used for any reason. Answers with little or no supporting work will
receive little or no credit. Work must be neat, o
TY - JOUR
AU - Schusdziarra, Volker
AU - Hausmann, Margit
AU - Wittke, Claudia
AU - Mittermeier, Johanna
AU - Kellner, Marietta
AU - Naumann, Aline
AU - Wagenpfeil, Stefan
AU - Erdmann, Johannes
PY - 2011
DA - 2011/
TI - Impact of breakfast on daily energ
3.
Introduction to DFIELD6
A first order ordinary differential equation has the form
x = f (t, x).
To solve this equation we must find a function x(t) such that
x (t) = f (t, x(t),
for all t.
This means that at every point (t, x(t) on the graph of x, the
92.236 Engineering Differential Equations
Homework Assignment for Eulers Method (Edwards & Penney Section 2.4)
Consider the initial value problem
dy
y = 2 cos(x)
dx
y(0) = 2
1. Solve the given initial value problem analytically either by hand or by using
Engineering Differential Equations
Some Useful MATLAB Matrix Algebra Commands
1. To define a matrix in MATLAB, separate the rows by semicolons and separate the entries in
a row by spaces or commas. For example, to define the matrix
1
0
2
A= 3
1 2
5 1
9
u
92.236 Engineering Differential Equations
Simple MATLAB Graphics and Some Useful Functions
Please note that in MATLAB, everything that follows the % symbol is a comment.
You do not have to type the comments in the sample commands below.
A. Graphing
The ba
92.236 Engineering Differential Equations
Homework Assignment for the Runge-Kutta Method (Edwards & Penney Section
2.6)
Consider the initial value problem
dy
y = 2 cos(x)
dx
y(0) = 2
1. Solve the given initial value problem analytically either by hand or
92.236 Engineering Differential Equations
Homework Problems on Slope Fields
1. You will need Dr. Polkings m-file dfield6.m. To download this file, go to our course web
page (http:/faculty.uml.edu/spennell/92.236) and click on Course Materials. Under the
M
Engineering Differential Equations
Some Useful MATLAB Commands for Symbol Manipulation
A. Algebra
1. MATLAB will factor polynomials. Try the commands
syms x % This tells MATLAB to treat x as a symbol rather than an array of numbers
factor(x^4 - 5*x^2 + 4)
Big Locational Unemployment Differences
Despite High Labor Mobility
Damba Lkhagvasuren
Concordia University and CIREQ
October 3, 2012
Considerable labor mobility exists across U.S. states, enough that, if migration arbitrages local unemployment, one might
PASS Sample Size Software
NCSS.com
Chapter 422
Two-Sample T-Tests
Assuming Equal
Variance (Enter Means)
Introduction
This procedure provides sample size and power calculations for one- or two-sided two-sample t-tests when the
variances of the two groups (
Elementary Statistics
Practice Test 3
Chapters 5, 6, 7, 8
Chapter 5
1. According to a study by Dr. John McDougall of his live-in weight loss program at St.
Helena Hospital, the people who follow his program lose between six and 15 pounds
a month until the
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SIMULATION
The imitation of chance behavior in an attempt to gain information about a real life situation
using simple devices such as a random number generator, dice, cards, spinners, coin, etc.
When using a Random Digit Table, you will look at every dig
Homemr k 3%
5+4+ 520a
1.1 14 Total scores. Here are the total scores of 10
students in an introductory statistics course. (:4 STATCOURSE
68 54 92 75 73 98 64 55 80 70
Previous experience with this course suggests that these
scores should come from a distr
BASIC STATISTICS
Descriptive Analysis (Graphical)
Dealing with Uncertainty
Everyday decisions are based on incomplete
information
Consider:
Will the job market be strong when I graduate?
Will the price of HELPs stock be higher in six months
than it is n
Chapter 1
INTRO TO STATISTICS
The term statistics refers to a set of mathematical procedures for organizing,
summarizing, and interpreting information.
Statistics serve to general purposes:
1. Statistics are used to organize and summarize the information