Name_
November 30, 2016
College Algebra
In-class Assignment (Test 3)
Directions: Show all work. All fractions radicals must be simplified.
1. Given that a line passes through the points ( -3, -3) and ( -1, 1).
a. What is the distance between the two point
Name
October 31, 2016
College Algebra
Practice Test 1
Directions: Show a_ll work. If rounding is necessary, round to the nearest hundredth. All fractions
and radicals must be simplied. Provide answers on the space provided.
1. Match the vocabulary with
Elementary Statistics Test 2 Review
Chapter 3 (Pg. 179)
Identify the sample space of a probability experiment
Use the Fundamental Counting Principle to find the number of ways two or more events can
occur.
Find the probability of the complement of an even
Name_
March 28, 2017
College Algebra
Practice Test 1
Directions: Show all work. If rounding is necessary, round to the nearest hundredth. All fractions and
radicals must be simplified. Provide answers on the space provided.
1. Match the vocabulary with th
Elementary Statistics Test 2 Review
Chapter 3 (Pg. 179)
Identify the sample space of a probability experiment
Use the Fundamental Counting Principle to find the number of ways two or more events can
occur.
Find the probability of the complement of an even
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Partners Name_
November 22/23, 2016
1.6-1.8 In-class Assignment
Show ALL work. All answers should be simplified and in exact form, when possible.
If rounding is necessary, round to two decimal places. Inequality solutions should also
include a numbe
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Name
Partners Name(s)
October 26, 2016
Elementary Statistics
Practice Test 1
Directions: Show a_ll work. If graphing, title and label all parts of the graph. Be sure to include a key
for the graph, where appropriate. If rounding is ne
Name_
January 19, 2017
Elementary Statistics
Practice Test 1
Directions: Show all work. If graphing, title and label all parts of the graph. Be sure to include a key
for the graph, where appropriate. If rounding is necessary, round to the nearest hundredt
Two Sample Hypothesis Test with Independent Samples
A statistical hypothesis that usually states there is no difference between the
parameters of two populations.
Always contains the symbol , =, or .
2. Alternative hypothesis HA
In Symbols
1. Verify
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Due Monday, December 5, 2016
Elementary Statistics
Test 3 (Take Home)
Directions: READ all problems thoroughly and show ALL work. Each problem should be completed on a
separate piece of paper. All interpretations and analyses should be in complete
Steps for Hypothesis Testing
1. State the claim mathematically and verbally.
Identify the null and alternative hypotheses.
H0: _
HA: _
2. Specify the level of significance.
= _
3. Determine the standardized sampling distribution and draw its graph.
4. C
Using P-values for a z-Test for Mean
Steps for Hypothesis Testing
In Words
1. State the claim mathematically and verbally.
Identify the null and alternative hypotheses.
Verify that is known, the sample is random, and either the population
is normally dis
Constructing Confidence Intervals for
Finding a Confidence Interval for a Population Mean ( Known)
In Words
In Symbols
1. Verify that known, sample is random, and either the population is
normally distributed or .
2. Find the sample statistics n and .
3.
Chapter 6: Confidence Intervals Cheat Sheet
Constructing Confidence Intervals for
Confidence Intervals and t-Distributions
Finding a Confidence Interval for a Population Mean ( Known)
In Words
In Words
In Symbols
1. Verify that is not known, the sample i
Integration
Content Covered in Integration
Estimating area using Reimann sum
Rules of Integration
Integration with U-substitution
Integration by parts
Reiamann Sums
The Riemann sum was named after mathmetician Bernhard Riemann
Form of integration us
Obelisk
By: Amber White, Dannielle Marshall, Stephanie
Miramontes, Janette Gonzales, Amber Ancheta
University of Phoenix
Math 214
08/08/16
What is an Obelisk?
According to "Merriam-Webster"
(n.d.), An Obelisk is a tall, four-sided
stone column that become
Math 160
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Sample Test 1 (Chapters 1 and 3)
A researcher interested in the investment habits of married American women found in a survey of 546 such women that 56% are the primary
investor in their household. What is the population under study?
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The Facts:
There are 5 houses in five different colors.
In each house lives a person with a different nationality.
The five owners drink a certain drink, smoke a certain brand of cigar and keep a certain pet.
No owners have the same pet, smoke
For Weeks 2 - 7, you will be given a new puzzle. The object is NOT to solve the puzzle. Your
first (initial post) will be what your first step or steps would be to get started in solving this
puzzle. I would like you to think out loud and type it in a res