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MA 336: Low Stakes Writing Assignment 3
Name: Zhilong Su (Hartley)
Write about an example of two variables which you think would have
correlation but with no causation, either because there is a lurking
variable or because of coincidence. (Page 484, Probl
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Name: Zhilong Su
Date: April 19th 2016
Statistic 336
Doctor King
High Stake assignment 1
The mean, by definition is the average of a specific group of data, whereas the
median is the middle n
MA 336
Worksheet 2
NAME:
(1) You conduct a poll in which you randomly select 1000 registered voters from New
York City and ask if they approve of the job their mayor is doing. The population
for this study is
(a) All registered voters in New York City.
(b
Name: Zhilong Su
Date: April 19th 2016
Statistic 336
Doctor King
High Stake assignment 1
The mean, by definition is the average of a specific group of data, whereas the
median is the middle n
MA 336
NAME:
Show your work.
formulas you use.
Worksheet 1
You may use a calculator for calculations, but show the
(1) The following data lists the daily saturated fat intakes (in grams) of a sample of
people.
38, 32, 34, 39, 40, 54, 32, 17, 29, 33, 57, 4
MA 336 (Biostatistics)
Lab 4
Dr. King
How to write citations for information obtained from the (Internet)
Web searches and citation. (Listing your sources)
There are 3 major styles of citations: Chicago, MLA, and APA
You will be using MLA. To learn how wr
Name: Zhilong Su (Hartley)
Date: May 18th 2016
Statistic 336
Doctor King
Lab#4
I would like to discuss blood pressure, first of all, Blood pressure is the force that
moves blood through our circulatory system. Blood pressure readings generally have
four c
MA 336: Low Stakes Writing Assignment 2
Name: Zhilong Su (Hartley)
Describe ONE example of data sets for FOR EACH OF THE FOUR levels
of measurement. (Page 15, Problem 34) Try to use examples that we
havent discussed in class.
Answers
Nominal Data: An exam
M125 Final Exam Review
1. Determine whether the following relation is a function. Give the domain and range for the relation.
(section 1.2)
8H2, 4L, H1, 3L, H-2, 3L, H0, -2L, H1, 5L<
2. Determine whether the following equation defines y as a function of x
LIST OF PROBLEMS FROM THE TEXTBOOK(TO PRACTISE ONLY)!
These problems are NOT to be handed in. You are highly recommended to do those marked by an
asterisk (*)
.
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MATH 125 EXAM 1 SUMMER 13
Name:_
Please show all your work to receive full credit. Label your graphs.Graphing calculator is not allowed.
1(7pts) Determine whether the following relation is a function. Then give its domain and range.
cfw_ ( 2,4 ) , (2,1 )
Successful Practices for M125
Attend class each day. Mathematics is cumulative, so even missing one class can
potentially set you back for the next several class sessions. Furthermore, your
grade will be lowered for every 3 classes that you miss.
Keep an
EXAM 1 FALL 2013 MA-10-K12F
Name:_
Show all your work to receive full credit.
1(8pt) Solve for x.
2 (5 x1 ) 7=3 ( x1 ) +54 x
2(8pt) Solve for x.
3 x2 x
+ =2+ x
2
4
3(4pt) Write an algebraic expression. Use the variable x to represent the unknown value.
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EXAM 1 FALL 2013 MA-10-K12F
Name:_
Show all your work to receive full credit.
Electronic devices are not allowed to use.
Calculate:
Calculate:
1. -16 + (-17)
5. -18 (-15) (-2) + 13
2. -5 + 0.9
6. 12 15
7. -48 (-80)
3.
8. -0.03 0.6
4. Aaron owes $258 to a
QUEENSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE
THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
COURSE OUTLINE
MA-471
INTRODUCTION TO DISCRETE STRUCTURES
Pre-requisite:
MA-440 Pre-Calculus Mathematics
Hours:
3 Class Hours
3 Credits
Course Description: Concepts in set theory, functions,
QUEENSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
COURSE OUTLINE
MA-481
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
Co-requisite: MA 442
Hours: 3 Class Hours
3 Credits
Course Description: Combinatorial methods, axioms of probability theory, co
MA 119 Exam 2 review
Name_
SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Solve the inequality. Other than
1) 4x + 9 < 37
, graph the solution set on a number line.
2) 16x - 12 > 4(3x - 12)
1)
2)
Solve t
QUEENSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE
MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
COURSE OUTLINE for Students and Instructor
MA-10 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
Prerequisite: None
Hours: 5 Class Hours
0 Credits
Course Description: Signed numbers, polynomials, geometric co
QUEENSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE
MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
COURSE OUTLINE
MA-119
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
Pre-requisite: MA-010 or exempt from remedial mathematics, or permission of the department.
Hours: 3 Class Hours
1 Recitation Hour
3 Credits
QUEENSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE
MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
COURSE OUTLINE
MA-441
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I
Pre-requisite: MA-440 with a grade of C or better
Hours: 4 Class Hours
1 Recitation Hour
4 Credits
Course Description: This
QUEENSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
COURSE OUTLINE
MA-114
College Algebra and Trigonometry for Technical Students
Pre-requisite: MA-010 or satisfactory score on the Mathematics Placement Test.
Hours:
4 Class Hour
QUEENSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLE'éE
THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YoliK _, _
MA—119 College Algebra f L, /"
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MA441
Exam I
Fall 2012
Show all work !
1. Evaluate the following limits:
a.)lim 0
2 3
c.) limx4
b.) limx2
x4
x 2
x 2 +5x+6
d.) lim +
2
0.003 3 +200 2 4+1
x 2 +x2
0.001 3 500 2 +10
2. State the intermediate value property and using the intermediate