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MATH 653 STATISTICAL SIMULATION & NONSTANDARD DATA ANALYSIS
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MAT 653 STATISTICAL SIMULATION & NONSTANDARD DATA ANALYSIS
Assignment 2
Due Friday September 22nd 6 pm
Q 1. Let Y Exp() where > 0 is the rate parameter. Note that the if Y Exp() and X Geometric(p)
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MAT 653 STATISTICAL SIMULATION & NONSTANDARD DATA ANALYSIS
Assignment 3
Due Friday October 6th 6 pm
Q 1. Let X N3 (, ) where = (1, 2, 3)T and
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MAT 375, Spring 2015  Exam 2
The second exam in Math 375 will be on Wednesday March 25.
The exam in closed book with no notes allowed. The exam will cover
sections 3.13.4,4.14.3 of the book, homewo
MAT 414
Activity 3: Section 2.3
Modeling with First Order Equations
(1) A tank initially contains 120 liters of pure water. A mixture containing a concentration of 10 grams per liter of salt enters th
MAT 414
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Method of Integrating Factors
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Math 375 Wylie Quiz 2
Wednesday, January 28
1. Consider the following statements
P : The derivative of a function f (33) is zero at cc 2 1.
Q : The second derivative of a function f (51:) is positive
Math 375 Wylie Quiz 3
Wednesday, February 4th
1. (10 points) Consider the statement
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Math 375 Wylie  Quiz 5
Wednesday, March 3rd
1., (12 points) Let A = cfw_1,2,4,5, B = cfw_1,5,6, 0 2 cfw_2,6, 7.
Find the following sets. You do not need to show work, but be sure to u
Math 375  Wylie  Quiz 7
Wednesday, April 8th
1. (12 points) Find the range of the foowing functions
(a) f: EEK9R, f(a:) = cos (%)
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Math 375  Wylie  Quiz 6
Wednesday, March 18th
1. (12 points) Consider the following sets
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Math 375 Wylie  Quiz 4
Wednesday, February 11th
1. (10 points)
(a) Apply the division algorithm to a = 46 and b = 7.
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Math 375  Homework 9
Due: April 8
Quiz: April 8
1. Exercises 2.8.13, 2.8.15, 5.1.4, 5.2.7 (a)(b).
2. Find the range of each of the following functions.
(a) f : N N, f (n) = 3n.
(b) g : Z Z, g(z) = 3z
Math 375  Wylie  Additional Practice Problems on material covered after exam 2.
1. Let p be a prime number which is greater than 4.
(a) What are the possible remainders of p when divided by 4?
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MAT 375, Spring 2015  Exam 1
The first exam in Math 375 will be on Wednesday, February 18th.
The exam in closed book with no notes allowed. There is a short homework assignment due on the day of the
Math 375  Wylie  Practice Problems for Exam 1.
Wednesday, February 18
1. Make a truth table for the statement
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and determine whether the statement is a contradiction, a tautology, or neit
MAT 526 Review Problems
1. Give precise definitions of the following;
(a) X is a Poisson random variable with parameter .
(b) cfw_Xt , t 0 is a Poisson process with intensity (rate) .
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1) The difference between strategic quality goals and the strategic business
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MATH 392 Topics in Mathematical Economics
Topic 4 Voting methods with more than 2 alternatives
4.1 Social choice procedures
4.2 Analysis of voting methods
4.3 Arrows Impossibility Theorem
4.4 Comparis
Undergraduate Senior Thesis
University of Washington
Voting Theory and Banzhaf
Vectors
Author:
Natalie Hobson
Supervisor:
Professor Sara Billey
Abstract
This paper gives a general description of votin
Math 017 Lecture Notes
(1.1)
Preference Ballots and Schedules
Election ingredients:

Set of choices/candidates to choose from
Voters whom make these choices
Ballots lets voters designate their choice
9/2015
Snapsho t s o f m o d e r n m athematics
from Ob e r wo l f a c h
How to choose a winner : the
mathematics of social choice
Victor ia Powers
Suppose a group of individuals wish to choose among
M ATH 1340: Mathematics and Politics
Summer 2010
Homework 4 solutions
ASSIGNMENT: exercises 2, 3, 4, 8, and 17 in Chapter 2, (pp. 6568).
Solution to Exercise 2.
A coalition that has exactly 12 votes i
Math13 HW 6 Chapter 10
1. If a voting system has three or more alternatives, satisfies the Pareto condition, always produces a
unique winner, and is not a dictatorship, what conclusion follows from th
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4] VOTING SYSTEMS (Part Three):
SOME SHORTCOMINGS OF kALTERNATIVE SYSTEMS; k>2
4.1) Name at least five desirable properties that kAlternative Voting
Systems, k > 2, should satisfy.
4.2) State the
In many actual voting situations, the principal one person one vote
is not justified. For example,
At a company shareholders meeting, the number of votes a
person has corresponds to the number of shar
WHICH METHODS SATISFY OR VIOLATE WHICH CRITERIA?
Recall that the four fairness criteria are majority, Condorcet, monotonicity, and independence of irrelevant alternatives. Also recall that for a metho