Statistics: Chapter 1
Across
3. when both the subject and the doctors do not know who is receiving a treatment
4. a numerical measurement describing some characteristic of a population
6. In a _ study, data are observed, measured, and collected at one poi
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Statistics
Chapter 3: Formulas and Rounding Rules
Measures of Center:
Mean, Median, Mode
Midrange =
max value min value
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Ch 7 Sec 2 - 3:
Solving Systems of Linear Equations Algebraically
In this section, we will
Solve a system of linear equations using the substitution method
Solve systems of linear equations using the elimination (addition) method
Use appropriat
MAT 103 FALL 2009
Sections 4.2 & 4.3:
Systems of Linear Equations & Matrices
Learning Objectives:
` Use terms associated with matrices.
` Set up and solve the augmented matrix associated with a
linear system in two variables on a calculator.
` Identify th
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Learning Objectives for Section 7.4
Permutations and Combinations
The student will be able to set up and compute factorials.
The student will be able to apply and calculate permutations.
The student will be able to apply and calculate combination
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Section 4-1: Learning Objectives
In this section, we will
Determine if a given ordered pair is a solution to a system of linear equations
Use appropriate vocabulary:
consistent system a system of equation with a solution
inconsistent system
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Section 1.1: More on Solving Equations
In this section, we will
Solve a given equation and check the result
Determine if a given equation is an identity or contradiction
Solving Equations
A linear equation in one variable (say, x) is any equatio
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Section 2.3
Quadratic Functions
Learning Objectives
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Quadratic function, equations, and inequities
Properties of quadratic function and their graphs
Applications
More general functions
Graphing Quadratic Functions
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The general technique
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Solving Systems of
Equations and Inequalities
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S E C T I O N 4.1
Solving Systems of Equations by Graphing
Objectives
1. Determine whether a given ordered pair is a solution of
a system.
2. Solve systems of linear equations by graphing.
3. Use g
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Chapter 3
Mathematics of
Finance
Section 1
Simple Interest
Example: Solve x2 + 4x + 1 = 0
Step 1 can be skipped in this example since the
coefficient of x2 is 1
Step 2 Move the number term to the right side of the
equation: x2 + 4x = -1
Step 3 C
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Chapter 5: Solving Linear Inequalities and
Systems of Linear Inequalities
In this section, we will
Determine if a given ordered pair is a solution to a linear inequality or to a
system of linear inequalities
Solve a linear inequality
Solve a syst
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Sections 4-1b: Solving Systems of Linear
Equations Algebraically
In this section, we will
Solve a system of linear equations using the substitution method
Solve systems of linear equations using the elimination (addition) method
Use appropriate
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Chapter 2
Functions and
Graphs
Section 1
Functions
Learning Objectives
Be able to do point-by-point plotting of equations in two
variables.
Give and apply the definition of a function.
Identify domain and range of a function.
Use function no
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For Independent Events
P(A and B) = P(A) P(B)
When choosing two cards from two separate decks of
cards, find the probability of getting two fives.
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Learning Objectives for Section 7.2
Sets
The student will be able to identify and use set properties and
set notation.
The student will be able to perform set operations.
The student will be able to solve applications involving sets.
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Introduction to Regression
Math 103, Section 1.3
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Mathematical Modeling
Mathematical modeling is the process of using mathematics to solve realworld problems. This process can be broken down into three steps:
1. Construct the mathematical model, a proble
Learning Objectives for Section 1.2
Graphs and Lines
After this lecture and the assigned homework, you should be able
to
` calculate the slope of a line.
` identify and work with the Cartesian coordinate system.
` graph lines using the slope
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