Week 1: Homework 3.3-Samule Kettle
Student: Samule Kettle
Date: 10/5/16
10/5/16, 10(27 PM
Instructor: Raymond Reinhardt
Course: MATH110 B007 Fall 2016
Assignment: Week 1: Homework 3.3
Find the slope and the y-intercept.
y = 4x + 5
The slope-intercept form
Week 2: Homework 3.4-Samule Kettle
Student: Samule Kettle
Date: 10/11/16
10/11/16, 5(13 PM
Instructor: Raymond Reinhardt
Course: MATH110 B007 Fall 2016
Find the slope and y-intercept of the line with equation
6x y = 2. Then graph the line.
Assignment: Wee
Week 2: Homework 3.4-Samule Kettle
10/11/16, 5(40 PM
Student: Samule Kettle
Date: 10/11/16
Instructor: Raymond Reinhardt
Course: MATH110 B007 Fall 2016
Assignment: Week 2: Homework 3.4
Write an equation of the line passing through the points (5, 17) and (
Week 2: Homework 3.6-Samule Kettle
Student: Samule Kettle
Date: 10/14/16
10/15/16, 8)21 AM
Instructor: Raymond Reinhardt
Course: MATH110 B007 Fall 2016
Assignment: Week 2: Homework 3.6
(a) Find the domain and range of the relation.
(b) Determine whether t
Thinkwell Exercise
Take: 2 | 01/20/17
1) QID: 11989
Evaluate:
sec x + C
tan x x + C
sec2 x 1 + C
sec2 x + C
2) QID: 11990
4e x 6cos x + C
e 4x 6cos x + C
4e x 5sin x + C
4e x + 6cos x + C
3) QID: 11991
cos x + C
cos x + C
2cos x + C
2cos x + C
4) QID: 119
1101 Test 1: Chapter 2 The Basics of Integration ( & Section 1.3.3 Derivative
Computations )
Take: 1 |
01/22/17
Directions:
Thinkwell Test 1 directions
BEFORE TAKING THE TEST:
1] From Thinkwell COURSE HOME tab, complete all of the preparation for Chapter
Unit: Practical Application of the Derivative
Module: Position and Velocity
Acceleration and the Derivative
Velocity is the rate of change of position. Acceleration is the rate of change of
velocity.
Tangent lines can be used to approximate functions that
Thinkwell Exercise
Take: 2 | 01/20/17
1) QID: 12024
Which of the following integrals is not a good candidate for
integration by substitution?
2) QID: 12025
U-substitution (also called change of variable) is a way to
undo:
Rotations across the y-axis.
The
The Squeeze Theorem
Approximate the limit of a function at a point by comparing it to another function whose limit at that point is known.
Visualize the Squeeze Theorem graphically.
Find the exact limit of a function at a point by using the Squeeze The
Finding Limits Graphically
In algebra, you consider how a function is defined at specific points. In calculus, you can consider the value that a function
approaches around a specific point.
The limit is the range value that a function is tending towards
Thinkwell Exercise
Take: 2 | 01/20/17
1) QID: 11975
Find the antiderivative of the function
f(x) = 7e x.
e 7x
7e x
2) QID: 11976
Find an antiderivative of the function
f(x) = sec2 2x.
2tan 2x
3) QID: 11977
Suppose you are told that an antiderivative of th
Digest 2015 Table 311.15
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Table 311.15. Number and percentage of students enrolled in degree-granting postsecondary institutions, by distance education participation, location of student, level of enrollment, and control
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Toure 1
Ben A Toure
Instructor Dr Seyed
Math 431
January 01, 2017
Examination I
1- It is necessary to perform diagnostic checks of the fit when R is large because an overfit
model can cause the R to be misleading. Indeed, R can be really large when a huge
Ben A Toure
Instructor Dr Seyed
Math 431
January 29, 2017
Examination II
Problem 1
a- Develop the exponential regression model equation representing the data
We used minitab to develop the exponential regression model equation representing the data.
Nonli
Toure 1
Ben A Toure
Instructor Dr Seyed
MATH 431
December 25, 2016
Project I
A Best Subset Model for Predicting PSA (9.30)
For this question, we will use R or SSE Criterion, which calls for the use of the coefficient of
multiple R to identify the good sub
Quiz 3.
Please complete the following Question covering Sections 8.1 8.3 and 8.4.1. In some cases the answers
are provide. In those cases you must show how the answer was derived. Please be complete and
detailed in your response. Complete your response in
Assignment #1
Complete 15 of the following problems. Include all work and
explanation needed to fully answer the question. For some questions
you will need to reference your book, so please keep it handy. If you
do research please be sure to properly cite
1.1 Sets and Subsets
Sets
A set is any well-defined collection of objects called the elements or members of the set. For example,
the collection of all wooden chairs, the collection of all one-legged black birds, or the collection of real
numbers between
School: Science and Technology, Engineering and Math
Course Number: MATH210
Course Name: Discrete Mathematics
Credit Hours: 3
Length of Course: 8 Weeks
Prerequisite: Math 110 College Algebra
Table of Contents
Course Description
Evaluation Procedures
Cours
1.1
Exercises
1.
Let A = cfw_1, 2, 4, a, b, c. Identify each of the following as true or false.
(a) 2 A
(b) 3 A
(c) c A
(d) A
(e) cfw_ A
(f) A A
3.
In each part, give the set of letters in each word by listing the elements of the set.
(a) AARDVARK
(b) BO
2.1
Propositions and Logical Operations
A statement or proposition is a declarative sentence that is either true or false, but not both.
Example 1
Which of the following are statements?
(a)
The earth is round.
(b)
2+3=5
(c)
Do you = speak English?
(d)
3x=
1. Find the GCD (greatest common divisor) of the numbers 1350 and 297 using the Euclidean
Algorithm described in Examples 5 (page 23) of the textbook. State the GCD, d, in terms of d =
sa + tb, as described in Example 6 (page 24). Show your work.
Part I.
Set Symbols
A set is a collection of things, usually numbers. We can list each element (or
"member") of a set inside curly brackets like this:
Common Symbols Used in Set Theory
Symbols save time and space when writing. Here are the most common set
symbols
1. Let E be an event for an experiment with a sample space A.
is the certain event.
True
2. Let S= cfw_1,2,3,4,5,6 be the sample space of an experiment and let E=cfw_1,2,3,4,5, F=cfw_2,3,
and G=cfw_4. Compute the event
cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5
.
3.
Part 1 of 1 Q