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Avoiding Plagiarism
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Math 146 Study Hints
Hey, I just met youAnd this is crazy.But Im your teacher.So STUDY maybe.
How will you use your 2+ hours of study each and every day?
1. Review class notes. Rewrite if necessary and try examples shown. Make note of
any questions you ha
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Policy on Quiz and Testtaking
To avoid any misunderstanding and provide clarity of expectations, the following policies will be in effect
this quarter:
1.
No talking or interaction of any kind (sharing calculators, erasers, pencils, etc.) with another
st
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Test 1 Prep
1. Know the following words from chap 1 vocab list: statistic, parameter, qualitative vs.
quantitative variable, discrete vs. continuous variable, explanatory vs. response, lurking
variable, observational study vs. experiment
2. Given a data s
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6.1 Discrete Random Variables
Instead of probability models that look like this
(shows the distribution of murders by type of
murder weapon for murder cases in 2009).
we now look at distributions of Random Variables
such as this where X = Net winnings fro
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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS SYLLABUS
MATH& 146 E (5 CREDITS)
Item 6722
Fall 2016
Mon/Wed 2:50 5:00 in MLT 223
Instructor: Brenda Tinning
Office Hours: by arrangement
Email: brenda.tinning@email.edcc.edu
Telephone: (425) 6401339, ext. 7023
The BEST way to
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7.1 The Normal Distribution
Notice in the probability histogram
that the width of each rectangle is 1.
Therefore, we can think of P(1) as
the _
corresponding to x = 1.
What is the total area of all of the rectangles?_
Now lets use a different example whe
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Chapter 5 Probability
5.1 Probability Rules
Probability of an outcome: Longterm _ in which an outcome is observed
(measures _that something will happen)
Probability Experiment: Any process with_ results that can be _.
Experiment
Experimental Outcomes
Tos
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Quiz 2 Prep Winter 2016
1. Given a data set, be able to find sample mean, sample or population standard
deviation and median.
2. Know (be able to write with summation notation) formulas for standard
deviation for both populations and samples.
3. Understan
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Episode Six: Collateral Damage
The Mystery: Why has the rate of both chronic and infectious
diseases in the Marshall Islands significantly increased since
establishing a close relationship with the United States?
Themes:
1. Globalization, uneven developm
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Episode Three: Becoming American
The Mystery: Why do recent Mexican immigrants to the United States, though typically
poorer, have better health than the average American? What conditions in America erode their
health advantages over time?
Themes:
1. The
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DEBATING POLICY PROPOSALS TO IMPROVE POPULATION HEALTH:
A Case Study and Simulation of the Marshall Islands
GRADE LEVELS: 10th grade through sophomore year of college
SUBJECTS: Social Studies; Government, Civics and Political Science; Geography;
Economics
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Title: Becoming American from the California Newsreel Documentary
Series Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?1 A Discussion
Guide for Health Professional Students
Prepared by: Olivia CarterPokras PhD, Alexander Fischer, Elizabeth LeeRey
MD, A
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Bio202  Unit #2 Case Studies
Name:
Case studies must be typed in your own words in complete sentences. You can type them on a separate
document with each case # clearly listed. You can use your book, other book references, and the Web to
help you search
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Characterizing Data Sets: Shage, Center and Spread (chapters 2, 3)
2.1 Organizing Qualitative Data (M&M5 color)
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Freguengg Distribution
Example 5:
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Important Calculator Helps
Making Histograms and Box Plots
(3.5) p. 170
1) Enter data in L1: [STAT] Edit
2) Graph it: [2nd] [y=] (Stat Plot)
Choose Plot number [enter] and make changes as desired
[ZOOM] 9:ZoomStat to see graph. May use [TRACE] to see
actu
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Characterizing Data Sets: Shape, Center and Spread (chapters 2, 3)
2.1 Organizing Qualitative Data
Frequency Distribution
(M&Ms color)
Relative Frequency Distribution
Relative Frequency Bar Graph
(proportion of observations in each category)
Example 5:
1.
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4.14.3 Example (p. 206)
29. Putting It Together: Smoking and Birth Weight it is
Well knowu that women should not smoke while pregnant,
but what is the effect of smoking on a babys birth weight?
Researchers Ira M. Bernstein and associates sought to
estimat
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Essay One (Gun Violence)
Proposal 10/
Peer Review 10/
Final Draft 10/
FourSix pages
FourSix Outside Sources
Essay one will require you to write an essay that does several things:
Prove that the problem of gun violence exists or prove that gun violence
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Week 2 Assignment
1. Meta search engine
Meta search engine is a search database that requires another search engines data to
make their own results from the web. Therefore, the user is not using one data but a
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COMP150: Microcomputer Applications
Fall 2016
Course Information
Instructor:
Email:
Phone Number:
Office Hours:
Class Hours:
Dr. David Aguilar
daguilar@galen.edu.bz
8243226
M/W: 8:45am 10:00am, 12:00pm 2:30pm and Online
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Introduccin a los
Sistemas Operativos
ELISA K. MENA
Computer System Overview
An operating system (OS) exploits the hardware resources of one or more
processors to provide a set of services to system users.
Basic Elements
Processor: Controls the operation
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Computer System
Overview
THE MEMORY HIERARCHY
THE MEMORY HIERARCHY
The design constraints on a computers memory can be summed up by three
questions:
How much?: If the capacity is there, applications will likely
be developed to use it
How fast? : To achiev
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Operati
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System
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Interna
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Design
Principl
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Process
Description and
Control
Seventh Edition
By William Stallings
Chapter 3
Operating Systems:
Internals and Design
Principles
The concept of process is fundamental to the structure of
modern compu