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Exercise #4
y = 2(x + 1) + 8
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b) Find slope, x-intercept and y-intercept:
x-intercegt x-intercegt
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How do you know your system is inconsistent?
3) Write your answer below:
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Exercise #1
a) What type of equation is this?
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b) Determine the slope, x-interoept 8t
v-intercept:
x-inte roe pt 14 nterce pt
(era)
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Exercise #5
Find:
Slope: x,
yinteroe pt: y- intercept,
. Which has a greater slope? (a) (b)
. Which has a greater y-intercept? (b)
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sidewalks motion, she travels 48 feet in 12 seconds. When she runs with the
sidewalks motion, she travels 120 feet in the same amount of time. What
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b] Multiplysagi fraction by a form of one (if needed)
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c) Simplify the expression v adding the fractions, then simplifying
forms of
Exercise #3
a) Graph the line that has a slope of 2 and passes
through the point (-3,2)
b) Write an equation for the line
you graphed.
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Exercise #3b
How do you know the system you created is consistent dependent
3) Write your answer below:
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English Composition 1
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GCU Style Participation Activity
Throughout the course of the last three weeks, I have gained a better understanding of
rhetoric in writing, including the rhetorical appeals of ethos, p
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Mat-144
Mission Project: A
The purpose of the trip is to provide medical supplies to those in need. Ten other
volunteers including myself are going to be participating in this mission. The goal of the mission
is
Practice Problems
1. A random sample of 1,562 undergraduates enrolled in marketing courses
was asked to respond on a scale from one (strongly disagree) to seven
(strongly agree) to the proposition: "Advertising helps raise our standard of
living." The sam
pg 332 in book (354 in Adobe)
An important feature of tablets is battery life, the number of hours before the battery needs to be recharged. The file Tablets
and 7 3G/4G/WiFi 9- through 12-inch tablets. (Data extracted from Ratings and recommendations: Ta
pg 423 (pg 445 In Adobe)
Fitting a straight line to a set of data yields the following prediction line:
Yi = 16 - 0.5Xi
a. Interpret the meaning of the Y intercept, b0.
b. Interpret the meaning of the slope, b1.
c. Predict the value of Y for X = 6.
a. Y i
pg 404 (pg 426 In Adobe)
When performing a 2 test of independence in a contingency table with r rows and c columns, determine the upper-tail critic
statistic in each of the following circumstances:
a. = 0.05, r = 4 rows, c = 5 columns
12
21.0260698175
b.
Team Name
Atlanta Hawks
Boston Celtics
Brooklyn Nets
Charlotte Bobcats
Chicago Bulls
Cleveland Cavaliers
Dallas Mavericks
Denver Nuggets
Detroit Pistons
Golden State Warriors
Houston Rockets
Indiana Pacers
Los Angeles Clippers
Los Angeles Lakers
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pg 364 (pg 386 In Adobe)
Consider an experiment with four groups, with eight values in each. For the ANOVA summary table below, fill in all the missi
Source
Among groups
Within Groups
Total
Groups
A GROUP
B GROUP
C GROUP
D GROUP
ANOVA
Source of Variation
Data
m =
Null Hypothesis
Level of Significance
Population Standard Deviation
Sample Size
Sample Mean
500
0.1
20
30
493
Intermediate Calculations
Standard Error of the Mean
3.6514837
Z Test Statistic
-1.917029
Two-Tail Test
Lower Critical Value
Upper Criti
pg 151 in book (173 in Adobe)
Referring to the contingency table in Problem 4.8, if an employed
adult is selected at random, what is the probability that:
Gender
Male
Female
Felt Tense or Stressed Out
at Work
Yes
244
282
a. the employed adult felt tense o
pg 12 in book (34 in Adobe)
The following information is collected from students upon exiting the
campus bookstore during the first week of classes.
a. Amount of time spent shopping in the bookstore
b. Number of textbooks purchased
c. Academic major
d. Ge
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MATH 425/525 - University of Arizona - Module 1
1
MATH 425/525 A
U NIVERSITY OF A RIZONA
M ODULE 1
IN THIS MODULE we begin the study of the real number system. The concepts discussed here
will be used throughout the course.
SECTION 1 deals with the axiom
SIE 550 (Linear) Systems Theory
Homework #5 Due date: Thursday, April 21, 2016
Problem 1: Textbook (Linear System Theory) Chapter 6, Problem 1 (page 322)
Problem 2: Textbook (Linear System Theory) Chapter 6, Problem 2 (page 322)
Problem 3: Textbook (Linea
SIE 550 (Linear) Systems Theory
Homework #1 Due date: Monday, February 1, 2016
Preliminaries: In , we define the canonical basis to be the basis formed by the following n
vectors
= [1,0, . ,0]
= [0,1, . ,0]
= [0,0, . ,1]
Problem 1: Given the vectors in
SIE 550 (Linear) Systems Theory
Homework #3 Due date: Monday, March 7 2016
Problem 1: Consider the following non-linear autonomous system
1 = 2 3 + 1
cfw_ 2 = 1 3 2
3 = 32 (1 3 )
1. Show that the system has a unique equilibrium point
2. Using linearizat
SIE 550 (Linear) Systems Theory
Homework #6 Due date: Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Problem 1: Textbook (Linear System Theory) Chapter 9, Problem 6 (page 458). Confirm your
hand calculation via MATLAB (use place or acker command depending on the situation).
Assu
SIE 520 Homework 1
due Friday, Feb 12, at the beginning of the class
1. Let X and Y be two random variables and define
X Y = mincfw_X, Y ,
and X Y = maxcfw_X, Y .
Show that, analogous to probability law P(A B) = P(A) + P(B) P(A B), we have
E(X Y ) = EX +