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MATH 1100 TEST 2
(2 points) 1) Use the Next-Fit Algorithm to pack weights 3, 7, 8, 5, 4, 4, 5, 9, 1, 4, 3, 5, 6, 2, 9
into bins of capacity 10.
(2 points) 2) Use
Math 1100
Auburn University
Chapter 4
Positive Angle
an angle that rotates counterclockwise
Negative Angle
an angle that rotates clockwise
quadrant angle
an angle that has a terminal side on the x
Sampling Distributions
Chapter 7 Outline
Alexus Cunningham
AP Statistics
1st Block
As we begin to sample data,we must be clear about whether a number describes
a sample or a population.
A parameter
More About Regression
Chapter 12 Outline
Least- squares Regression: usually fits a straight line of the form
y^ a+ bx to data.
This is used to predict a response variable, y, from an
explanatory var
Probability
Ch 5 Outline
Alexus Cunningham
Probability is a number between 0 and 1 that describes the proportion of
times the outcome would occur in a very long series of repetitions.
A simulation i
Date
UNIT 1 OUTLINE
1. CATEGORICAL VS. NUMERICAL
Categorical and Numerical are terms we use to describe variables. A Variable is any
characteristic that changes dependent on the situation.
As previou
Alexus Cunningham
Testing a Claim
Chapter 9 Outline
A significance test is a formal procedure for comparing observed fats with a claim that
we wish to test.
The claim is a statement about a parameter
Math 1100
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Chapter 5
The linear speed is the product of the radius and the angular speed
True
Six Trigonometric Functions
The inputs are measure of acute angles in right triangles.
Math 1100
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Chapter 6
tan
sin
cos
cot
cos
sin
sin2 + cos2 =
1
1 + tan2 =
sec2
1 + cot2 =
csc2
sin also = to
cos(90o-)
cos also = to
sin(90o-)
tan
cot(90o-)
cot
tan(90o-)
sec
Math 1100
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Chapter 7
subtract 360 or 2 until you get an angle less than 360 or 2
for angles greater that 360o or 2 or less than -360o or -2
Functions of Special Angles
null
Definit
Math 1100
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Chapter 8
x is _ percent less than y
y - x * 100
y
y is _ percent more than x
y - x * 100
x
y is _% of x
y/x 100
x is _% of y
x/y 100
x is _ times less than y
y - x
x
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SHOW ALL YOUR WORK EXPLAIN YOUR ANSWERS
(0 points) 1) Hello, how are you today? Below are some problems for you to solve. I hope youll
enjoy y
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MATH 1100 TEST 1
(1 point) 1) Does the following graph have an Euler circuit? If you answer is yes show an Euler
circuit, if your answer is no explain why.
(1
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MATH 1100 TEST 3
(1 point) 1) Explain the terms population and sample (and how they relate to each other).
(2 points) 2) Mark the correct statements.
i)
A normal
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MATH 1100 TEST 4
(1 point) 1) You read in a book on poker that the probability of being dealt three of a kind in a
five-card hand is . What exactly does this mea
Estimating With Confidence
Ch. 8 Outline
In this chapter we will meet the one of the two most common types of formal
statistical inference: confidence intervals.
Before we can properly use CIs, we mu
Comparing Two Populations or
Groups
Chapter 10 Outline
Alexus Cunningham
1st Period
^
Details of the The Sampling Distribution of ^ p 2
p1
Choose an SRS of size n1 from population 1 with the proport
Inference for Distribution of
Categorical Data
Chapter 11 Outline
Alexus Cunningham
1st Period
A one-way table is often used to show the distribution of a categorical
variable for a sample of individ