Section 9.5: The Ratio, Root, Comparison, and Limit
Comparison Tests
Problem 1 Use the Ratio Test to determine if this series converges or diverges. Be careful to make a reasoned
arguement, including stating the hypotheses and showing they are satisfied.
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Notes 6.2* The Natural Logarithmic Function
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In this section we define the natural logarithm as an integral and then show that it obeys the usual laws of
logarithms. The Fundamental Theorem makes it easy to differentiate this function.
Defi
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Notes 6.4* General Logarithmic & Exponential Functions
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In this section we use the natural exponential and logarithmic functions to study exponential and logarithmic
functions with base a 0.
If a 0 and r is any rational number, then from se
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Notes 6.3* The Natural Exponential Function
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Since ln is an increasing function, it is one-to-one and therefore has an inverse function, which we denote by
exp. Thus according to the definition of an inverse function,
exp( x) y
ln y x
(1)
a
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Notes 6.7 Hyperbolic Functions
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Certain even and odd combinations of the exponential functions e x and e x arise so frequently in
mathematics and its applications that they deserve to be given special names. The hyperbolic functions have
si
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Notes 3.3 How Derivatives Affect the Shape of a Graph
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Many of the applications of calculus depend on our ability to deduce facts about a function f
from information concerning its derivatives. Because f ' ( x) represents the slope of the c
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Notes 6.6 Inverse Trigonometric Functions
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There is one problem that arises when finding the inverse of any of the trigonometric functions since they are
not one-to-one. To remedy this problem we will restrict the domain of each function.
I
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Notes 6.1 Inverse Functions
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Why are we interested in inverses?
Ex: We know C
5
F 32 will tell us the temperature in Celsius given Fahrenheit.
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Note: C is a function of F, or C f F
If we want an equation that will tell us the temperatur
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Notes 3.8 Newtons Method
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Suppose that a car dealer offers to sell you a car for $18,000 or for payments of $375 per month
for five years. You would like to know what monthly interest rate the dealer is, in effect,
charging you. To find the
Running Head: ONE-STOP GROCERY STORE PRICING ANALYSIS
1
Week 7 Assignment-Final Project
Submitted By:
Brittany Radford-Cutts
Statistical Methods for Managers
MATH 513
Tiffin University
PRICING ANALYSIS
2
Introduction
This study is being conducted to disti
Week 4 Exercise: Scenario
Jordan Dianda
ECO524: Managerial Economics
Tiffin University
November 13, 2016
Scenario 1 (length: as needed)
Suppose the market for a certain pharmaceutical drug consists of domestic (United States)
consumers and foreign consume
Assignment 3
CORRELATION
Fill in the blanks:
8.1.
The magnitude of the correlation is indicated by the correlation coefficient
which can range from -1.00 to +1.00.
8.2.
The most common and efficient way to present the correlations of several
variables wit
Assignment 2
MEASURES OF CENTRAL TENDENCY
Fill in the blanks:
4.1.
The score that repeats the most often in a distribution is called the _. Mode
4.2.
The descriptive statistic used the most in inferential statistics as a measure of central
tendency is the
Assignment 1
AN OVERVIEW OF BUSINESS RESEARCH
Circle the correct answer:
1.1 The type of research designed to solve a problem by studying it and implementing a solution
to the problem is called action research.
1.2 The type of research where researchers f
Todd Senard Assignment 3
CORRELATION
Fill in the blanks:
8.1.
The magnitude of the correlation is indicated by the correlation _
which can range from -1.00 to +1.00. Coefficient
8.2.
The most common and efficient way to present the correlations of several
Assignment 2 Todd Senard
MEASURES OF CENTRAL TENDENCY
Fill in the blanks:
4.1.
The score that repeats the most often in a distribution is called the _. Mode
4.2.
The descriptive statistic used the most in inferential statistics as a measure of central
ten
Assignment 1
AN OVERVIEW OF BUSINESS RESEARCH
Circle the correct answer:
1.1 The type of research designed to solve a problem by studying it and implementing a solution
to the problem is called pure/action research.
1.2 The type of research where research
Steve Smolinsky
Edited to one sample test
Hypothesis Testing Project
Dealing specifically with constructing hypothesis tests, case study 3 requires the
calculation and comparison of crime data in three separate categories. In this case study, I found
data
Jordan C. Selfe
Multiple Groups Project
For this case study, we take a look at independent samples as well as ANOVAs.
Independent and ANOVA samples are taken from the United States Department of Justice crime
database. The crime analyzed is robbery, and t
Course#&Prefix:MAT273
CourseName:AppliedStatistics
Prerequisites/Corequisites:Mat174/181
CreditHours:3
FacultyContact:VickiIngalls,DanBell
CourseDescription:
A study in descriptive and inferential statistical methods that aid decision-making. Includes the