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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 the First-Fit Algorithm to pack weights 8, 9, 3, 6, 7,
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 or y axis
1 radian
the measure of the central angle of
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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 mean?
(2 points) 2) The following chart gives information
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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 distribution is symmetric around its mean.
ii)
A norma
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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 point) 2) Eulerize the following graph using exactly t
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MATH 1100 TEST 5
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 your time here in Matham City. Lets start.
(1 point) 2)
Math 1100
Auburn University
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
y is _ times more than x
y - x
x
percent
definition:
Math 1100
Auburn University
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
Definitions of Real Numbers (cos, sin)
if "t" is a real number
Math 1100
Auburn University
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
csc(90o-)
csc
sec(90o-)
angle of elevation
an angle f
Math 1100
Auburn University
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.
The outputs are the ratios of the lengths of the sides