CALCULUS I,
TEST IV
MA 125-CW, CALCULUS I
Test 4, April 14, 2016
Name (Print last name first): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Show all your work and justify your answer!
No partial credit will be given
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EESA06 INTRODUCTION TO PLANET EARTH
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researching a particular topic and summarizing the material as a poster.
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MAT A30S
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Welcome to MATA30! This course will provide an introduction to the study of the basic techniques and applications of differential and integral Calculus. To be enrolled in this
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Solution to Assignment #2
A. Homework problems from the lectures:
1. Prove the identity: tan x + cot x = sec x csc x
Solution:
sin x cos x
sin2 x + cos2 x
+
=
cos x s
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Intro to Statistics
Unit One
Statistics
o The science of planning studies and experiments, obtaining data, and then
organizing, summarizing, presenting, analyzing, interpreting, and drawing
conclusions based on the data
Data
o Collections of observation
Intro to Statistics
Unit Three
Measure of Center
o The value at the center or middle of a data set
Arithmetic Mean
o The measure of center obtained by adding the values and dividing the total by
the number of values
What most people call an average
No
Intro to Statistics
Unit Two
Characteristic of Data
o Center
A representative value that indicates where the middle of the data set is
located
o Variation
A measure of the amount that the data values vary
o Distribution
The nature or shape of the spre
Probability Theory
Lecture Notes for MA 485/585, Spring 2017 (I.Karpechina)
Authored by: Nikolai Chernov
1
Combinatorics
1.1 Example. Five cards are labeled 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. They are shuffled and lined
up in an arbitrary order. How many ways can this be don
Department of Mathematics UAB
Introduction to Differential Equations
MA252 Spring 2017
MAPLE TUTORIAL
1
Introduction
MAPLE is a software package with both computer algebra and numerical computation capabilities. It can handle both exact and approximate ar
Mengchen Ding
MA 252-2A
Spring 2017
Assignment 1
Question 1
The first step is to plot the solution of the equation. Primarily, we need to apply with(plots) to load the
implicitplot command by assigning ranges of x (-2 to 10) and y (-50 to 50). Then, the g
Department of Mathematics, UAB
Introduction to Differential Equations
MA252-2A, Spring 2017
Instructor. Dr. Junfang Li, Room 491, Campbell Hall.
Phone/Email: (205) 934-2154 [email protected]
Office Hours. TuTh 9:15am - 10:15am; you can also email/phone for an
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Differential Equations
MA252 Spring 2017
ASSIGNMENT 2
Due date: Thursday 02/02/17
1. Consider the following first order ordinary differential equation:
dy
xy + y
=
.
dx
xy + 2x
(1)
(a) Find, by hand (i.e. no MAPLE) showing al
Exercises in Probability Theory
#1, due on Tuesday, January 24
Ioulia Karpechina, MA 485/585, Spring 2017
Based on Materials by Nikolai Chernov
Instructions: Answers to homework problems should generally not only
include the numerical result, but also a s
Exercises in Probability Theory
Ioulia Karpechina, MA 485/585, Spring 2017
Based on Materials by Nikolai Chernov
Instructions: Answers to homework problems should generally not only
include the numerical result, but also a sufficient amount of explanation
Math 105 Precalculus Algebra Study Guide
Lesson 1 (covered on Test 1 & the Final)
o Distance Formula
d(P1,P2) = square root of (x2-x1)2 + (y2-y1)2
o Midpoint Formula
M = (x,y) = (x1+x2 all over 2, y1+y2 all over 2)
o To determine whether the given point
Week 2 Summary of Notes
1. Hypothesis is an educated guess; it reflects the general problem statement or question that
was the reason for asking the research question in the first place.
2. Sample: the smaller group selected from the population
3. Populat
CALCULUS 1, TEST 111 1
MA 125 CW, CALCULUS I
Test 3, March 31, 2016
Name (Print last name rst): .
Show all your work and justify your answer!
No partial credit will be given for the answer only!
You must simplify your answer when possible.
All problems 1n
A student decides she wants to save money to buy a used car, which costs $2600. She comes up
with what she thinks is a very modest savings plan. She decides to save 2 cents the first day and
double the amount she saves each day thereafter. On the second d
Group Problem 1
Match each of the following functions with the graph that best
describes the situation
(a) The height of an egg dropped from a 300foot building as a function
of time;
(b) The height of a human as a function of time;
(c) The demand for Big
Group Problem 6
x 4
0 by multiplying both sides of the
x3
inequality by x 3 to get x 4 0 . This led to a solution of x | x 4. Is the
student
(a) A student attempted to solve the inequality
correct? Explain.
No, she did not. When you multiply by a negativ