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Kenneth Abbott
Central park five
I felt that all of the men in the movies were being discriminated and had their civil
liberties violated. in the beginning they started off as five innocent young men who
who were hanging
Esther is a Jewish woman who is the adopted daughter and cousin of Mordecai. She portrayed as
this beautiful woman who also obedient in her time. As she keeps the fact that she is Jewish a
secret she ends up sleeping with the king. Later on the king falls
1.45 The stemplot is at right, with split stems. The distribution is
unimodal and skewed to the left, with center around 59.5. Most selfconcept scores are between 35 and 73, with a few below that, and one
high score of 80 (but not really high enough to be
1.154 Answers will vary. The graphs are shown below. For this sample, the distribution shown in
the histogram is bell-shaped. The Normal quantile plot shows the data following a straight line
very closely.
200 N(0,1) Observations
200 Random N(0,1) observa
3.79 The female and male students who responded are the samples. The populations are all
college undergraduates (males and females) who could be judged to be similar to the
respondents. This report is incomplete; a better one would give numbers who respon
1.97 x = 2.32*2.2 = 5.104 pounds and s = 1.21*2.2 = 2.662 pounds.
1.98 Because the variance has squared units, the variance will be multiplied by 2.542 = 6.4516.
1.99 Full data set: x = 196.575 and M = 103.5 minutes. The 10% and 20% trimmed means are
x =
would be observational (or perhaps an uncontrolled experiment). (c) The amount of extra milk
would be the explanatory variable and growth rate of TBBMC the response. Age is neither, but
might be viewed as a control variable. Adolescents at different ages
3.45 (a) Randomly assign half the girls to get high-calcium punch; the other half will get lowcalcium punch. The response variable is not clearly described in this exercise; the best we can
say is observe how the calcium is processed. (b) Randomly select
Chapter 1 Solutions
1.1 Working in seconds means avoiding decimals and fractions.
1.2 Who: students enrolled in the course. What: scores on exams, homework, and project. Why:
to calculate grades for the course.
1.3 Exam1 = 95, Exam2 = 98, Final = 96.
1.4
1.14 (a) The cases are states. (b) The label would be the name of the state. (c) The number of
students from the state who attend college and the number of students who attend college in their
home state are both quantitative. (d) Answers will vary. One p
3.95 Student results will vary greatly, and 10 values of
x will give little indication of the appearance of the
sampling distribution. In fact, the sampling distribution
of x is approximately Normal with a mean of 50.5 and
a standard deviation of about 8.
Calculations with Standard Normal-Solutions
Embrace the Mathematical Notation that represents the area! This will help later on.
1) P(Z 0.71) = .7611
1) P(0
Z 2.3) = .9893
.5000= .4893
P(Z 2.3) = .9893 This is the area entirely to the left of 2.3 from the
SOLAR SYSTEM
Sarah Anderson
Savanna Pierce
Gabriela Ayala
Fatima Wazeer
Guadalupe Arreola
NyQuasha Glenn
FUN FACTS
SUN
One million Earths could fit
inside the Sun
The Sun contains 99.86% of the
mass in the Solar System
Light from the Sun takes eight mi
Exam
Name_
SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Provide an appropriate response.
1) A recliner costs a wholesaler $189 and her markup is 10% of her selling price. If the
retailer's markup is 30
Various synthetic rubbers can withstand aggressive aerospace fluid, including engine
lubrication oil, hydraulic fluid, jet fuels, oxidizers, and rocket propel-lants. The highperformance properties of rubber have been well received in many aircraft, space
OUR DREAM
VACATION TO DISNEY
WORLD
Ashley Cantrell
My Family and I plan on going to
Disney World for our first major
vacation. We have 6 months to
plan, budget, and save money
for this trip. In this PowerPoint
you will find our savings plan,
along with in
Permutations and Combinations
(corresponds to section 5.5 in the Sullivan text)
Calculator instructions:
n!
MATH
PRB
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nPr=
n!
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MATH
PRB
nPr
nCr=
n!
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MATH
PRB
nCr
EXAMPLE: Find the value of each expression.
a. 6!
Answer:
Enter 6, then Math
TAX COMPARISON
Ashley Cantrell
THE VALUE ADDED TAX
The value added tax, is a type of
consumption tax that is placed on a
product whenever value is added at a
stage of production and when its at its
final sale.
Some say this form of tax falls primarily
on
ASHLEYS SAVING
PLAN
Ashley Cantrell
SAVING FOR WHAT?
I am saving for new computer. I
will be going to nursing school in
the spring, and I need a
computer that is not to big, has a
lot of memory, and that has a lot
of features that can help me
become a mor
MATH 1342
Elementary Statistical Methods
Lab Ch.5 Probability
Name _
Due: 2/23/16 midnight
Critical Thinking; Communication Skills; Empirical/Quantitative Skills
The following is the number of each color of M&M found in a sample bag of 280 M&Ms.
Red
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Or
Ashley's Monthly Energy Consum
Energy used in the month of April (watts)
Cofee Maker
Washer
Dryer
Dishwasher
Ceiling Fan (3)
Microwave
Lights
Oven
Laptop
900 W/$1.56
400 W/$3.52 (varies between
the temperature being used;
hot or cold)
1800 W/$2.05
1200 W/
Budget
April 2014 (estimated expenses)
Car Insurance:
Car Note:
Cell Phone Bill:
Clothes:
Daycare:
Electricity
Entertainment
Gas:
Groceries:
Misc.
Rent:
Savings:
Car Insurance:
Car Note:
Cell Phone Bill:
Clothes:
Daycare:
Electricity
Entertainment
Gas:
Gr
ENGR 2405: Circuit Analysis
AC Circuit Analysis Techniques
Chp 8
HW: 1-10,15,21,22,23,42,43,68
College of Engineering, University of North Texas
AC Steady-State Analysis
Sinusoidal forcing function (f(t) is forcing function)
The natural response xc(t) is
Chapter 1 notes
Quantitative Literacy
The ability to interpret and reason with information that involves mathematical
ideas or numbers
Six Math Misconceptions
1. Math requires a special brain.
2. Math in modern issues is too complex.
3. Math makes you les