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Investigator : Joe Friday
Case : 0813358948
Evidence number : phone2
Timestamp : 21 Jul 2009, 19:52:47
Notes : Nau's phone
Length of the MNC in IMSI: 0
Language Preference 1: English
International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI): 649011930358947 - Namib
Investigator : Joe Friday
Case : 0813358948
Evidence number : 21072009
Timestamp : 21 Jul 2009, 19:43:59
Notes :
Length of the MNC in IMSI: 0
Language Preference 1: English
International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI): 649011930358948 - Namibia, Mobil
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal; that they
are endowed by their Creator with inherent and inalienable rights; that
among these, are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure
these rights, governme
62 C. Answer the following questions for the equation P(t ) =
(a) Find the carrying capacity
7200
1 + 44e.55t
(b) Find the initial population
(c) Determine when the population will reach 50% of its carrying capacity
(d) Find how large the population is wh
Name:_
AP Calculus BC
Midterm Review S16
1.
x2 9
; x3
Find k so that f ( x) = x 3
is continuous for all x.
k
; x=3
2. Write the equations of the tangent line and the normal line to y = 3x4 2x2 at x = 3.
3. Determine the value for c on the interval [1, 3
WHS AP Physics 2
Electrostatics Review
Multiple Choice:
1.
A parallelplate capacitor is charged by connection to a battery. If the battery is disconnected and the
separation between the plates is increased, what will happen to the charge on the capacitor
9.7 Lagrange Error and
Taylors inequality
Greg Kelly, Hanford High School, Richland, Washington
Taylor polynomials are used to estimate or approximate the
value of functions (we use a calculator or computer to
evaluate directly.)
An estimate is only usefu
9.7 Taylor Polynomials
Brook Taylor was an
accomplished musician and
painter. He did research in a
variety of areas, but is most
famous for his development of
ideas regarding infinite series.
One of Taylors accomplishments
was developing a method for
appr
AP PHYSICS C TEST MARCH 2006
DIRECTIONS: Please PRINT your name, school, dated, and test you are taking onto the scantron.
For each statement or question, completely fill in the appropriate space on the answer sheet. Use the
letter preceding the word or p
Math3420 Final ExamA Sols S 13
Name _
1. (1 pt for final answer, 9 pts for the integration steps) Given the function
find the Laplace transform L f (t ) ?
0 when 0 t 2
f (t ) 6 when 2 t 4
0 t 4
st
L f (t ) e f (t ) dt assume s 0 .
using the definition
Math 4000 Exam5 F 15 _
Point values of the problems;
1. 22 (2 pts each)
2. 18 (3 pts each)
3. 6 ( 1 pt each)
4. 6 (3 pts each )
5. 18 ( 6 pts each)
6. 10
7. 10
8. 10
For a total of 100 pts
1. True or False ( T or F ) ? U = Universal set
a)
cfw_2,3 = cfw_3
1.
Given the following input/output table
a) Find a Boolean expression that would have this as its truth table.
b)
Draw a circuit that would have this as its input/output table.
inputs
p
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
q
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
r
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
outp
ut
0
0
1
0
1. Given the verbal statement. If 7 > 8 then 2 is an even integer.
a) Convert this verbal statement to a statement form using symbols. State what each variable stands for.
b) Write a verbal negation of the given statement without just saying It is false t
Stat 2110 Test 3 topics covered:
You should be able to:
Enter two small data sets into lists for use later with hypothesis tests and regression.
From section 8.2:
Identify the type of test from a given claim.
Given the significance level,
, and the type o
Stat 2110 Test 2 topics covered:
Note: Odd numbered problems have answers at the back of the text.
You should be able to:
Compute the probability of an event A,
relative frequency approach.
(see pg 156 of text )
P(A)=? , using the classical approach and t
Stat 2110 Test 1 topics covered:
You should be able to:
Convert a fraction to a decimal or %
( see pg 11 of text )
Distinguish between a statistic and a parameter. ( see pg 16 of text )
Distinguish between discrete and continuous data. ( see pg 17 of text
Math 3090 S 06 Test 4
Name _
Show as much work as you can so I can give partial credit.
Give exact answers. DONT ROUND .
To designate a vector I have put an arrow above the name like
Also I am using the notation
Point values of the problems;
Vectors and P
Math 3090 S 06 Test 2
Name _
Show as much work as you can so I can give partial credit.
To designate a vector I have put an arrow above the name like
V
.
Point values of the problems;
1. 15 pts
2. a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
2 pts
10
5
5
5
5
3. 3 pts each part
4. a
MATH 3400 COURSE SYLLABUS
Spring 2017
TEXT:Linear Algebra with Applications, 9th edition by Kolman and Hill
OTHER MATERIALS:
Maple supplements to be handed out in class.
Maple homework will also be done with supplements when applicable.
For homework, Mapl
Math 3090 S 06 Test 3
Name _
Show as much work as you can so I can give partial credit.
To designate a vector I have put an arrow above the name like
Also I am using the notation
Point values of the problems;
1. a) 15
b) 10
c) 10
d) 5
e) 10
2 . a) 6
b) 8
Math 3090 S 06 Test 1
Name _
Show as much work as you can so I can give partial credit.
Point values of the problems;
1. 10 pts
2.
6
3. a)
b)
c)
d)
8
6
4
4
4. a) 6
b) 2
c) 4
5. a) 2
b) 2
c) 2
6.
4
7.
6
8.
4
9. a) 6
b) 2
c) 2
For a total of 80 to be averag
Math-3400 Exam 2A F '16
Name _Solutions_
IF you use a system of equations to answer a question ,
show the equations and the
result of solving them.
When asked to express a vector in the form
= c1V1 + c 2V2 + c3V3 not only must
you find the cs but you must
Math-3400 Exam 2B S 17 Name _Solutions_
1.
b)
a)
2
2
The vector is in S1 while is not in S1
4
1
1
1
2
2
The vector is in S 2 while is not in S 2
1
3
3
1
2
1
3
c)One possible answer : The vectors and are both in S1 but their sum is not in S1