Syllabus, Analytic Geometry-Calculus 2, 3450:222-009, Spring 2008
Instructor: J. Alberto Montero
Office: CAS275
Office Hours: MWF 11:00 to 12:00
email: [email protected]
Main math office: CAS200
Course Material
Textbook: Either Calculus, James Stewart, 6th
Review of series
Let us recall rst that, given a sequence {anhfzb the mth partial sum of {an} is
the sum
m
an +a2+ +am 2 2a".
n:1
We denote this partial sum by 3",; in other words
a=za
n:1
Note that {3",} is a new sequence, that depends on an, but that do
Very Small toolkit
Disclaimer: The fact that this toolkit is available in this test by no
means implies that a similar toolkit will be available in the nal
exanL
First comparison test for series: if we have two series 0 g a S b,H then
0 if 271)] an diverg
Here is a short review of numerical series, which you may nd helpful.
REVIEW OF NUMERICAL SERIES
SEQUENCES
A sequence is a list of real numbers. It is called convergent if it has a limit. An increasing
sequence has a limit when it has an upper bound.
SERI
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Critique of CAS 101 Contest
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had different strengths and weaknesses. The speech that I thought was best adapted to t
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Intro:
Thesis: You should consider getting a tattoo because its a creative way to both promote your
own sense of individuality and help inspire good conversations throughout your life.
Body
I. Tattoos ar
Quiz 4 Key
Date
Name
Formulas
condence interval for proportions :
test statistic for proportions
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:
sp
^
=
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p
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p
p
pq =n = p (1
^
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p
p
pq=n = p (1
=
p
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p) =n
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1. (1pt)Which of the following would we use as a point estimator for
Quiz 3 Key
Date
Name
1. (1pt)A hypothesis test deals with a claim about a
d
a. signicance level
c. test statistic
b. sample statistic
.
d. population parameter
2. (1pt)A hypothesis test was performed to determine if the mean height of UA female
athelets i
Quiz 2 Key
Date
Name
1. (1pt)The US Census Bureau wants to estimate the average household size (number of
people in a house) of all houses in Happyville. There are 100 houses in Happyville, but
the Bureau only has time to take a sample of 10 houses. The C
Quiz 1
Date
Name
Key
1. (5pt)A study was conducted at the University of Akron to determine the mean age
of all 23000 of its students. Since the researchers did not have the time nor money
to survey all students, a sample of 584 students was selected at ra
5) A type I error is committed when _[A]_
A) A true null hypothesis is rejected
C) A true null hypothesis is not rejected
B) A false null hypothesis is rejected
D) A false null hypothesis is not rejected
6)
A hamburger chain says that its burgers weigh an
More Practice Practice Practice Problems
1. Find the mean, mode, range and standard deviation of: 2, 2, 5, 5, 8, 2
2. Consider the stem and leaf below:
3|245567
4|0023
5|111
6|02
a. Give the 5 number summary.
B. Give the IQR
c. Comment on the shape
3. If
Proportion Inferences
Date
Name
1. Political polls involving a proportion are usually given with a 3% margin of error. For
instance, it is typical to see a poll on the news which would say something like 44% 3%
of voters intend to vote for "candidate A".
Class Activity 2 Solutions
Statistics for Everyday Life
9.22.2006
1 Sheet
st
1. The data listed out in order is:
10
10
13
15
19 20
21
22 27
30
34
22
Q2
36
40
41
42
42
max
5 number summary:
10 15
min Q1
36
Q3
2.
a. mean
b. median
c. skewed right: Note that
Data Types and Graphs
Date
Name
1.
Variable
major of student
#of people student lives with
height (in)
# of siblings
coke or pepsi preference
perfect temperature
Qualitative or Quantitative? Discrete or Continuous?
qualtitative
neither
quantitative
discre
Bonus Quiz Due Monday Dec. 4th
Date
Name
Instructions. This quiz is for bonus points. You can earn up to 10 bonus points for giving
correct answers and showing work.
1. (1pt)Which of the following would we use as a point estimator for population proportio
Bonus Quiz 1 Key
Date
Name
Instructions: Your grade on this quiz will be averaged with your Quiz 3 score. If this
average is higher than your Quiz 3 grade, your Quiz 3 grade will be replaced.
1. (1pt)A point estimate
a.
b.
c.
d.
f
.
estimates a population
Ryan Cook
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23 March 2012
Title: The art of tattoo
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the long-
standing tradition of tattoos.
Thesis: Tattoos have been around
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12 March 2012
Title: Speech of Introduction for Steve Jobs
Specific Purpose: To introduce Steve Jobs
Thesis: Steve Jobs was a man who changed the world as w
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14 May 2012
Self-
Critique Paper
The first speech that I analyzed was my speech of inspiration. I think I had a great
topic selection for this speech beca
Ryan Cook
Professor Groenendyk
CAS 200
9 May 2012
Critique of CAS 101 Contest
I think that each of the three speeches from the contest was very different, and they
all had different strengths an
Ryan Cook
Professor Groenendyk
CAS 200
15 February 2012
Title: Nature and Action Sports
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about how action sports and nature have benefitted my life thus far
Thesis: By interacting with nature through action sports, I
CAS 200 | Exam Review
1. Define rhetorical perspective
Perspective is the way of looking through, and angle of vision, a way of seeing. The bias of a
rhetorical perspective is its emphasis on and its concern with the resources available in language
and in
Ryan Cook
Professor Groenendyk
CAS 200
23 March 2012
Title: The art of tattoo
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the long-
standing tradition of tattoos.
Thesis: The art of tattoo is on
CAS 200 | Exam Review
1. Define rhetorical perspective
Perspective is the way of looking through, and angle of vision, a way of seeing. The bias of a
rhetorical perspective is its emphasis on and its concern with the resources available in language
and in