Fundamentals Practice Med Calculations Quiz
(This quiz is for your practice only-this does not need to be turned in! This practice quiz provides a very
accurate view of the calculations and quiz format of your upcoming Fundamentals Med Calculations Quiz.)
Fundamentals Practice Med Calculations Quiz
(This quiz is for your practice only-this does not need to be turned in! This practice quiz provides a very
accurate view of the calculations and quiz format of your upcoming Fundamentals Med Calculations Quiz.)
AP Physics
Chapter 19-21 Test
Name: _
March 23, 2012
1. A 20-turn wire coil in the shape of a rectangle, 0.25 m by 0.15m, has a resistance of
5.0 . In position 1 shown above, the loop is in a uniform magnetic field B of 0.20 T.
The field is directed out o
Test #2 Review Sheet
I.
On the graphs below identify all a. local maximums, b. local minimums, and c. inflection points.
1.
2.
II.
Draw a graph with the given character
Answers to Chapter 1 Midterm review
1.
4
2. Does not exist
3. 2
4. False
5.
2
p
6. -
7.
1
3
1
4
8. Does not exist
9.
1
4
10. 4
11. 8
12. Discontinuous at 2 and 2. 2 is a removable discontinuity.
13. f( 2) = 2 and f( 1) = 4. Since the functional values cha
Section 10.4
Comparing two population means using dependent Samples
Steps for a Hypothesis Test:
1. Check assumptions
The sample of difference scores is a random sample from a population of such
difference scores
The difference scores have a population
Sections 8.1-8.2 and 9.1-9.2
8.2
For a confidence interval for a population proportion, we use
p z
Confidence
Level
.9
.95
.99
p (1 p )
n
Error
Probability
.10
.05
.01
Z
1.645
1.96
2.58
The method for producing the confidence interval assumes the sampling
8.3 and 9.3
Formula for Confidence Interval for a Population Mean
When the standard deviation of the population is unknown, the confidence interval
for the population mean is:
x t (
s
n
)
The t-score is based on the t-distribution and is determined from t
Calculus Review
Topics
Limits
Limit of a sum/quotient
Evaluating limits numerically, graphically, and analytically
Vertical asymptotes
Symbols for derivative
Derivative rules
Higher order derivatives
Implicit differentiation
Related rates
Positi
AP Physics
Final Review: January 2011
You may bring a single piece of 8.5x11 paper to the final with you as a memory aid. Everything
on the paper must be hand-written. You may use both sides of the paper, and you may write
anything that you feel would be
FALL 2012 MATH 111 SECTION 009 BASIC COLLEGE MATHEMATICS
Day, Time, Location:
T TH 12:30 pm 1:45 am, GAMB 152
Instructor: Dr. Elena Boguslavsky, boguslav@mailbox.sc.edu, office: LeConte 403.
Office hrs: T TH 10:30 am-12:00 pm, and other times by appointme
Quiz Policies AP Physics
Mr. Whitney
The purpose of the frequent quizzes in this class is to check for your understanding of the
material. This is both for your benefit and mine.
Quiz Extra-Credit:
If you should do poorly on a particular quiz, this is a w