Baruch College
Department of Mathematics
MATH 3010 SYLLABUS
ELEMENTARY CALCULUS II
Textbook or ebook: Calculus 10th Edition by Larson and Edwards, Cengage Learning Publisher. The
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Mathematics for Computer Science
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Google Inc.
F Thomson Leighton
Department of Mathematics
and the Computer Science and AI Laboratory,
Massachussetts Institute of Technology;
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MTH 4000 HW
LLM
2.7
This problem asks to use Well Ordering Principle to prove any integer
greater than or equal to 8 can be represented as the sum of nonnegative
integer multiples of 3 and 5.
Here's where I'm at:
For the sake of contradiction assume that
1) Why should the data be partitioned into training and validation sets? Explain briefly.
2) Fit a Multiple Linear Regression Model to MEDV as a function of CRIM, CHAS, and RM. Copy the
relevant output from SAS EM that shows the beta coefficients.
3) Writ
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Math 2003 Pre-Calculus
Prof. Cadet
Schedule of Weekly Activities
Week1: Feb 1
Sec. 1.1: Review, Linear Functions, Slope; Sec. 1.2 Applications; linear functions.
Week2: Feb 8
Sec. 1.3: Regression; Sec. 1.4 Basic Notions of Functions.
Week3:
EXAM2100 minutes. Support all answers with your work in the space provided. Name_
All problems worth 3 pts., unless stated otherwise. Show ALL work in the space provided, regardless if the question is
multiple choice or free response. [Correct answer alon
Example1: (Finding a Distance) A football quarterback throws a pass from 28-yard line, 40
yards from the sideline. The pass is caught by a wide receiver on the 5-yard line,20 yards from
the same sideline. How long is the pass?
Example 2:( Midpoint) Barnes
Polynomial Graphing Principles and Techniques-Zambrano
A polynomial function is a function of the form
f ( x )=a x n +b x n1+ +c , where the powers are
non-negative whole numbers.
Generally, polynomial functions are curvy functions whose graphs have a num
EXAM170 minutes. Zambrano
Name_ All problems worth
3 pts., unless stated otherwise. Show ALL work in the space provided, regardless if the question is multiple choice or
free response. [Correct answer alone will NOT receive credit.]
1. What is the equatio
KA LIM EXTRA CREDIT
EXAM #1
1. An equation of a vertical line has an equation of x = a # where the line crosses the x axis. In question
1 the point (3, 7) has an x value of 3, given that a vertical line crosses the x-axis at a given point the
equation of
- BARUCH COLLEGE
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
MTH 3020 SYLLABUS
Intermediate Calculus
Textbook or-tebook: Calculus — 10th Edition by Larson and Edwards, Cengage Learning Publisher.
The webassign homework correlates with the section number and topicin the tex
A. Allen
MTH 2205, Spring 2006
Page 1
1.1-1.3 Summary
We've been covering a lot of interconnected concepts in the last few classes, so I wanted to
summarize what you need to know from 1.1-1.3:
Extrema
There are basically two kinds of extrema: absolute and
Worked Examples from Sections 2.8 and 2.10
2.8 Implicit Differentiation
#9 (in the textbook) Find dy/dx using any method:
5 x 2 6 x 2 y 2 y 2 15
dy
dy
10 x [12 x] y 2 6 x 2 [2 y ] 2 y 0
dx
dx
dy
dy
12 x 2 y 2 y
10 x 12 xy 2
dx
dx
dy
12 x 2 y 2 y 10 x 12
A. Allen-Materowski
Page 1
Formulas and Information for Derivatives
From the PowerPoint slides (finding average rates of change for a given distance function) you learned that:
over small time intervals, an average rate of change of a function on a time i
MTH 4100, Lecture 3
Systems of n Equations in n Variables, Gaussian Elimination,
Matrix Multiplication, Inverses
E Fink
February 7, 2016
E Fink
MTH 4100, Lecture 3
1/15
1. Systems of n equations in n variables
We can write a system like, say,
2x
6x
4x
+
y
MTH 4100, Lecture 7
Column Space, Null Space, Echelon Form
E Fink
February 23, 2016
E Fink
MTH 4100, Lecture 7
1/15
1. The Column Space
Here comes our rst big example of a subspace.
Denition 68 (Column Space)
The column space of a matrix A (denoted col A)
MTH 4100, Lecture 5
LU Decomposition What, Why, How, and When
E Fink
February 11, 2016
E Fink
MTH 4100, Lecture 5
1/15
1. Inverses and Factoring
Whenever you invert a matrix, you can think of it as factoring that matrix into
a product of elementary matric
MTH 4100, Lecture 6
Transposes, Permutations, Vector Spaces, Subspaces
E Fink
February 21, 2016
E Fink
MTH 4100, Lecture 6
1/15
1. Transposes
Denition 51 (Transpose)
If A is any matrix, the transpose of A, written AT , is the matrix obtained by
exchanging
My Marvelous Method for Solving Linear Equations
1. If theres a denominator get rid of it by finding a common denominator and
multiplying both sides of the equation by the common denominator.
2. Remove parentheses.
3. Add like terms that are on the same s
Course Policy: Fall 2015
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0 Attendance is taken every class. The College policy is that a student is permitted to
e^x vs. b^x
It's a confusing thing and a common question about whether to use e^x or b^x with
growth and decay problems.
There are different opinions on this, but some people stress that you should look for
whether something is changing according to t (fo
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Assignment ChR due 02/10/2015 at 11:57pm EST
MTH2205 HMWB S15
6. (1 pt) setChR/ChR Problem 6.pg
1. (1 pt) setChR/ChR Problem 1.pg
Let
f (x) = (x3 + 4x + 3)3
Find the derivative of f (x) =
f (x) =
f (4) =
Correct Answers:
4 4
x + 4x 3.
Cor
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