MATH-191/MATH-195
HANDOUT
SECTION 1.1
Rectangular Coordinates
Also called Cartesian Coordinates (after their founder, Ren Descartes).
Formed from what is called a Cartesian Product of two sets of real numbers:
R R=R 2
One set of real numbers is a horiz
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MATH-011 INTRODUCTION TO QUIZ #4 SECTIONS 5.1-5.2
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For each expression, simplify the exponents and evaluate any numerical quantities. Negative
exponents in nal answers are not permitted.
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1. What are the names of the different types of real numbers? Give an example of each.
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Perform the indicated operations. Be sure to reduce all answers to lowest terms.
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How to Build a Truth Table
1. First determine how many simple statements you are dealing with.
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2. Next, build a table containing 2 power rows, where n is the number of simple
statements. The table should have one column for each simple statement, then o
MATH-156 Intro. to Stats.
Handout: Property Taxes & Population (Pt. 2)
Tax Bills for a Property in Ocean County Assessed at a Value of $250,000 for the Year 2015
by Municipality and Population as of 2010 by Municipality
Municipality
Barnegat Township
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MATH-156 Intro. to Stats.
Handout: Property Taxes & Population (Pt. 1)
Tax Bills for a Property in Ocean County Assessed at a Value of $250,000 for the Year 2015
by Municipality and Population as of 2010 by Municipality
Municipality
Barnegat Township
Barn
MATH-156 Intro. to Stats.
Handout: Property Taxes & Population (Pt. 3)
Tax Bills for a Property in Ocean County Assessed at a Value of $250,000 for the Year 2015
by Municipality and Population as of 2010 by Municipality
Municipality
Barnegat Township
Barn
DIVISIBILITY RULES
1. A number is divisible by 2 if its last digit is a 2, 4, 6, 8, or 0.
2. A number is divisible by 3 if the sum of its digits is a multiple of 3.
a. Ex: 585 is divisible by 3 since 5 + 8 + 5 = 18 and 18 is a multiple of 3.
3. A number i
Ways to Die Probability
Fireworks
0.00000162
Tsunami
0.000002
Asteroid
0.000002
Dogs
0.00000677
Bees
0.00001
Lightning
0.00001191
Tornado
0.00001667
Electric Chair
0.00001706
Floods
0.00003333
Airplanes
0.00005
Earthquakes
0.00007582
Drowning
0.00011183
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Qualitative Variables:
Qualitative variables are also known as categorical variables. These variables are not
numerical. These variables are those that can be fit into categories. In simple terms,
qualitative variables measure quality. These variables can
Assignment 6.1
Calculate a 95% Confidence Interval for the following samples:
=400, N=200, =100
plug into the formula=
1.96 x 100
=13.86 then compute 40013.86400+13.86
200
( 413.86, 386.14 ) is your confidence interval
=125, N=50, =15
1.96 x 15
plug into
Assignment 2.1
Frequency distributions are utilized to organize collections of data. By presenting it
in this way, you can observe how similar or dissimilar the data is, and easily
distinguish outliers.
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Frequency
Relative
Frequency
Cumulati
Statistics
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Readiness Quiz
Assignment 1.1
Discussion 1.1
Respond to 2
Discussion 1.2
Respond to 2
Quiz 1
Week 2:
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Assignment 2.1
Discussion 2.1
Respond to 2
Quiz 2
Assignment 3.1
Discussion 3.1
Respond to 2
Quiz 3
Week
Assignment 5.1
1. To find the z-score for each score you must subtract the mean score from the
individuals score and divide that answer by the standard deviation.
Student
John
English
Test Grade
82
Julie
88
Samuel
90
Tonya
86
Mean
St. Dev.
86.50
3.42
Z-Sc
Assignment 4.1
Step 1 and 2:
1. Independent Events: The probability of one event occurring does not alter the
probability of an additional event occurring.
Dependent Events: The probability of one event occurring changes the
probability of another event o
Assignment 4.1
Step 1 and 2:
1. Independent Events: The probability of one event occurring does not alter the
probability of an additional event occurring.
Dependent Events: The probability of one event occurring changes the
probability of another event o
Ryan E. Smith
Intro to Stats
Professor Vazquez
3/16/2016
Assignment 6.1
Confidence Interval = SAMPLE MEAN+/- (z*)(Standard Error O OR SAMPLE DEVIATION/ square root of N)
Calculate a 95% Confidence Interval: referring to the T-Table I found that 1.96 is th
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Ryan E. Smith
Professor Ruth
ENGL 151-DL5
09/15/09
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Session 2: Social Media Usage
Social media sites I am a part of paint a very clear and brief picture about me. I feel that
if you want to know what I have done, then you need to ask. I am
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Ryan E. Smith
Professor Ruth
Psychology 172
Essay 2: Holistic Treatment
The wellbeing of ones physical health may be hidden behind the symptoms of an illness.
Most medicine today aims to target those symptoms and miss the problem starter com
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Ryan E. Smith
Professor Ruth
ENGL 151-DL5
10/09/2015
Unsocial Media: A Growing Disconnect
Take a step back and open your eyes. Look around and realize, this media we call social
is anything but when we open our computer and its our doors we
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Ryan E. Smith
Professor Vazquez
Intro to Statistics DL1
Lesson 1: Assignment 1.1
Definition of quantitative versus qualitative
Quantitative- Is analysis that is composed of numbers or quantity such as, number of miles, how
many balls in a ba
Lesson 4
PROBABILITY- ASSIGNMENT 4.1
Ryan | Into to Statistics |
Probability
Probability is the chance that something will happen. We see this every day.
Examples are, what the chance it will rain is, will I draw the ace to complete my
straight in poker,