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School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 4 Section 2.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. The Bata Aerobics Company manufactures two models of steppers used for aerobics exercises. To manufacture each luxury model requires 20 lb of plastic and 9 min of labor. T
School: U. Houston
Course: Vector Analysis
MATH 3335 Final Exam. Sanders Spring 2013 This exam has 10 problems, and all 10 problems will be graded. Use my supplied paper only. Return your solution sheets with the problems in order. Put your name, last name rst, and student id number on each soluti
School: U. Houston
Course: Advanced Linear Algebra I
Math 4377/6308 Advanced Linear Algebra I Dr. Vaughn Climenhaga, PGH 651A Spring 2013 HOMEWORK 4 solutions Due 4pm Thursday, February 14. You will be graded not only on the correctness of your answers but also on the clarity and completeness of your commun
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 5:04 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Test 1 You scored 48 out of 56 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. True or False: A sample is the set of all possible data values for a given subject under consideration. a) True b) False Question 2 Your answer
School: U. Houston
Course: Analysis
Solutions, Assignment #6 Section 21. x2 4x 5 (x + 1)(x 5) = lim = lim (x + 1) = 6. Set f (5) = 6. x5 x5 x5 x5 x5 3. lim 6. (a) True. Set g(x) k , constant. Then g is continuous on R. By Theorem 21.6 (a) g f = kf is continuous on D. (b) True. g = (f + g) f
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 2 Section 1.5b(2nd Half) Use the following problem to answer questions 1 5 The cost for producing a certain product is $65 each. The fixed costs are $120,000. The selling price for each product is $90. 1. What is the cost function? a. C
School: U. Houston
Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Math 1314 Lesson 6 The Limit Definition of the Derivative; Rules for Finding Derivatives We now address the first of the two questions of calculus, the tangent line question. We are interested in finding the slope of the tangent line at a specific point.
School: U. Houston
Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Math 1314 Lesson 7 Derivatives at a Point, Numerical Derivatives and Applications of the Derivative Many of our problems will ask for the rate at which something is changing at a specific number. The number may express time, or quantity produced and sold,
School: U. Houston
Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Math 1314 Homework 11 Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 11 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. In the problem numbers given below, Problem 4.3 12 refers to Chapter 4, Section 3, Problem 12. The problems can be found in the online text. F
School: U. Houston
Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Math 1314 Homework 9 Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 9 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. In the problem numbers given below, Problem 4.2 26 refers to Chapter 4, Section 2, Problem 26. The problems can be found in the online text. For
School: U. Houston
Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Math 1314 Homework 10 Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 10 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. In the problem numbers given below, Problem 4.2 26 refers to Chapter 4, Section 2, Problem 26. The problems can be found in the online text. 1
School: U. Houston
Course: Transition To Advanced Math
EXAM 1 REVIEW: MATH 3325 SPRING 2015 PANKAJ K SINGH Exam 1 will cover the material in Sections 1.4 1.6 and 2.1 2.3 of A Transition to Advanced Mathematics (Seventh Edition) by Smith, Eggen, and St. Andre. Possible exercise types include true/false questio
School: U. Houston
Course: Calculus 1
Solutions to Problems in Chapter Four Test Your Understanding Problems T4.3-1 The session is x = [5,-3,18,4];y = [-9,13,7,4]; z = ~y>x = 0 1 0 0 z = x&y = 1 1 1 1 z = x|y = 1 1 1 1 z = xor(x,y) = 0 0 0 0 z z z z T4.3-2 The script file is identical to that
School: U. Houston
Course: History Of MAthematics
Essay Assignment July 1, 2014 1 The rst essay Write an essay with your own topics and title by satisfying the following: Related to the material covered from Lecture 1 to Lecture 10. Three pages or more. Use a standard font, double space and standard ma
School: U. Houston
Course: History Of MAthematics
Essay Assignment July 10, 2014 1 The second essay Write an essay with your own topics and title: Related to the material covered from Lecture 11 to Lecture 20. Three pages or more. In pdf le. The following are some possible topics: Mathematics in the
School: U. Houston
Course: History Of MAthematics
Essay Assignment July 18, 2014 Write an essay with your own topics and title: Related to the material covered from Lecture 21 to Lecture 30. Three pages or more. In pdf le. Your own topics Or one of the following topics: Slide rules, One of the mat
School: U. Houston
Course: College Algebra
M 1310 5.1 Exponential Function For any exponential function the following. 1 = the graph looks like one of Notice: for f ( x) = b x Domain is _. Range is _. Horizontal asymptote is _. Always passes through the points _. For b > 1 , a larger b results in
School: U. Houston
Course: College Algebra
M 1310 4.2 Dividing Polynomials 1 Terms you should know: Quotient Divisor Dividend Example using long division: 25 21 540 42 120 105 15 The remainder is 15, the quotient is 25 Example of long division of polynomials: 2x 3 2x2 4 x 6 x4 74 x4 3 2 2x 2x 4 x
School: U. Houston
Course: College Algebra
M 1310 5.2 The Number e 1 f (x) = e x Weve worked with 2 x , 3 x , etc. Now we have e x . What is e? e is a very important number. x 1 as x grows to Definition: e is the limiting value of 1 + x infinity. e 2.7182818284 59 . It is an irrational number, l
School: U. Houston
Course: College Algebra
M 1310 5.4 1 You will sometimes be asked to rewrite logarithmic expressions in either an expanded or contracted form. To do this, you will use the Laws of Logarithms. You will need to know all 8 of these laws. Laws (properties, rules) of logarithms: If m,
School: U. Houston
Course: College Algebra
M 1310 Section 5.5 Solving 1 Last topic for the semester will be solving exponential and logarithmic equations. An exponential equation contains a x or e x where a > 1 . To solve we will use several items from the sections in chapter 5. To solve the expon
School: U. Houston
Course: College Algebra
M 1310 4.3 Roots of Polynomials 1 Note: a2 + b 2 can be factored over the complex numbers: a2 + b 2 = (a + bi)(a bi) The Factor Theorem Let f(x) be a polynomial. a. If c is a zero of f(x) (f(c) = 0), then x c is a factor of f(x). b. If x c is a factor of
School: U. Houston
Course: Vector Analysis
MATH 3335 Final Exam. Sanders Spring 2013 This exam has 10 problems, and all 10 problems will be graded. Use my supplied paper only. Return your solution sheets with the problems in order. Put your name, last name rst, and student id number on each soluti
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 5:04 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Test 1 You scored 48 out of 56 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. True or False: A sample is the set of all possible data values for a given subject under consideration. a) True b) False Question 2 Your answer
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 10/31/13 1:51 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 5 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Think about a density curve that consists of two line segments. The first goes from the point (0, 1) to the point (0.1, 1). The second goes f
School: U. Houston
Course: Math 1313
(1 + i ) n 1 S = R i A = P (1 + rt ) R= Pi 1 (1 + i ) n P = A(1 + i ) n 1 (1 + i ) n P = R i I = Prt A = P(1 + i ) n reff r = 1 + 1 m m R= i= Si (1 + i ) n 1 r m n = mt
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 5:04 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Test 2 You scored 40 out of 40 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Consider a uniform density curve defined from x = 0 to x = 5. What percent of observations fall above 2? a) 0.60 b) 0.40 c) 0.72 d) 0.20 e) 0.50
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 4 Section 2.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. The Bata Aerobics Company manufactures two models of steppers used for aerobics exercises. To manufacture each luxury model requires 20 lb of plastic and 9 min of labor. T
School: U. Houston
Course: Advanced Linear Algebra I
Math 4377/6308 Advanced Linear Algebra I Dr. Vaughn Climenhaga, PGH 651A Spring 2013 HOMEWORK 4 solutions Due 4pm Thursday, February 14. You will be graded not only on the correctness of your answers but also on the clarity and completeness of your commun
School: U. Houston
Course: Analysis
Solutions, Assignment #6 Section 21. x2 4x 5 (x + 1)(x 5) = lim = lim (x + 1) = 6. Set f (5) = 6. x5 x5 x5 x5 x5 3. lim 6. (a) True. Set g(x) k , constant. Then g is continuous on R. By Theorem 21.6 (a) g f = kf is continuous on D. (b) True. g = (f + g) f
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 2 Section 1.5b(2nd Half) Use the following problem to answer questions 1 5 The cost for producing a certain product is $65 each. The fixed costs are $120,000. The selling price for each product is $90. 1. What is the cost function? a. C
School: U. Houston
Course: Statistics
Math 2311 Written Homework 4 (Sections 3.1-3.3) ) KEY 15 points total give 1 for each problem attempted and 0.5 point for each problem correct Name:_ PeopleSoft ID:_ Instructions: Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 14 Section 5.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 and 2. In a survey of 480 students, 253 indicated that play the piano, 268 indicated that they play the harp and 73 indicated they play the piano and the harp. 1. How many s
School: U. Houston
Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 13 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignm
School: U. Houston
Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Alternate Assignment Week 12 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignment at http:/www
School: U. Houston
Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Alternate Assignment Week 11 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignment at http:/www
School: U. Houston
Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 10 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignm
School: U. Houston
Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 9 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
School: U. Houston
Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 8 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
School: U. Houston
Course: Stats
Math 2311 Final Exam Review 1. The probability that a randomly selected person has high blood pressure (the event H) is P(H) = 0.4 and the probability that a randomly selected person is a runner (the event R) is P(R) = 0.4. The probability that a randomly
School: U. Houston
Course: Stats
Math 2311 Test 2 Review Know all definitons! 1. Think about a density curve that consists of two line segments. The first goes from the point (0, 1) to the point (0.4, 1). The second goes from (0.4, 1) to (0.8, 2) in the xy plane. Let X be the continuous
School: U. Houston
Course: Stats
Math 2311 Test 1 Review Know all definitions! 1. State whether each situation is categorical or quantitative. If quantitative, state whether its discrete or continuous. a. The amount a person grew (in height) in a year. categorical, quantitative discrete
School: U. Houston
Course: Stats
Math 2311 Test 3 Review 17 multiple choice questions. Numbers 1 7, 10 points each and numbers 8 17, 3 points each. 1. True or False? a. The width of a confidence interval narrows as the sample size increase. b. The width of a confidence interval widens as
School: U. Houston
Course: Stats
Print Test Page 1 of 10 PRINTABLE VERSION Practice Test 3 Question 1 A rectangular box is 2.5 feet wide by 6 feet long by 4 feet high. Find the volume of the box in cubic feet. a) 1953.125 b) 68 c) 98 d) 60 e) 156.25 f) None of these. Question 2 Solve the
School: U. Houston
Course: Stats
Math 2303 Test 1 Review Part II Material Covered: Sections 1.1, 1.3 1.7 The following tables will be given on Test 1 at CASA Testing. It will be a link! Math 2303 Test 1 Review Part II 1 Math 2303 Test 1 Review Part II 2 1. Change to the given quantity in
School: U. Houston
Course: College Algebra
Summer 2013, Math 1310 Course Syllabus Section number: Delivery format: This information applies to ALL face-to-face sections face-to-face lecture The information contained in this class outline is an abbreviated version of the Course Policies on your ins
School: U. Houston
Course: CALCULUS II
COURSE SYLLABUS * YEAR COURSE OFFERED: Winter Mini Term, beginning December 20, 2014, but listed under Spring 2015 SEMESTER COURSE OFFERED: Winter Mini Term, beginning December 20, 2014, but listed under Spring 2015 DEPARTMENT: MATH COURSE NUMBER: 1432 NA
School: U. Houston
Math 4377 (15549) / 6308 (14674) (2015 Spring) Advanced Linear Algebra Instructor: Email: Homepage: Time: Room: Oce: Phone: Oce Hours: Dr. Jiwen He jiwenhe@math.uh.edu www.math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math4377 11:30am-1:00pm TuTh SEC 203 651E PGH (713) 743-3481 10
School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Spring 2013 - Math 1330 Course Syllabus Section: 27451 Instructor name: Website: Email: Conference hours: Dr Melahat Almus www.math.uh.edu/~almus almus@math.uh.edu Check the instructors website. Course Learning Materials: You do not need to purchase a tex
School: U. Houston
Math 2331 Online Spring 2015 Section 18993 Instructor: Dr. Jeff Morgan, jjmorgan@central.uh.edu. Office Hours: By appointment. Course Homepage: http:/www.math.uh.edu/~jmorgan/Math2331 Active for Spring by 01/06/2015. Text: Linear Algebra and Its Applicati
School: U. Houston
University of Houston MATH 2331: Linear Algebra Fall 2014 Instructor: Tasadduk Chowdhury Email: tchow@math.uh.edu Website: http:/math.uh.edu/tchow Oce: PGH 612 Hours: TuTh 2:00 - 3:30 Class: TuTh 4:00-5:30, CBB 106 Prerequisites Credit for or concurrent e
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 4 Section 2.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. The Bata Aerobics Company manufactures two models of steppers used for aerobics exercises. To manufacture each luxury model requires 20 lb of plastic and 9 min of labor. T
School: U. Houston
Course: Vector Analysis
MATH 3335 Final Exam. Sanders Spring 2013 This exam has 10 problems, and all 10 problems will be graded. Use my supplied paper only. Return your solution sheets with the problems in order. Put your name, last name rst, and student id number on each soluti
School: U. Houston
Course: Advanced Linear Algebra I
Math 4377/6308 Advanced Linear Algebra I Dr. Vaughn Climenhaga, PGH 651A Spring 2013 HOMEWORK 4 solutions Due 4pm Thursday, February 14. You will be graded not only on the correctness of your answers but also on the clarity and completeness of your commun
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 5:04 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Test 1 You scored 48 out of 56 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. True or False: A sample is the set of all possible data values for a given subject under consideration. a) True b) False Question 2 Your answer
School: U. Houston
Course: Analysis
Solutions, Assignment #6 Section 21. x2 4x 5 (x + 1)(x 5) = lim = lim (x + 1) = 6. Set f (5) = 6. x5 x5 x5 x5 x5 3. lim 6. (a) True. Set g(x) k , constant. Then g is continuous on R. By Theorem 21.6 (a) g f = kf is continuous on D. (b) True. g = (f + g) f
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 2 Section 1.5b(2nd Half) Use the following problem to answer questions 1 5 The cost for producing a certain product is $65 each. The fixed costs are $120,000. The selling price for each product is $90. 1. What is the cost function? a. C
School: U. Houston
Course: Statistics
Math 2311 Written Homework 4 (Sections 3.1-3.3) ) KEY 15 points total give 1 for each problem attempted and 0.5 point for each problem correct Name:_ PeopleSoft ID:_ Instructions: Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 10/31/13 1:51 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 5 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Think about a density curve that consists of two line segments. The first goes from the point (0, 1) to the point (0.1, 1). The second goes f
School: U. Houston
Course: Math 1313
(1 + i ) n 1 S = R i A = P (1 + rt ) R= Pi 1 (1 + i ) n P = A(1 + i ) n 1 (1 + i ) n P = R i I = Prt A = P(1 + i ) n reff r = 1 + 1 m m R= i= Si (1 + i ) n 1 r m n = mt
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 14 Section 5.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 and 2. In a survey of 480 students, 253 indicated that play the piano, 268 indicated that they play the harp and 73 indicated they play the piano and the harp. 1. How many s
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 5:04 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Test 2 You scored 40 out of 40 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Consider a uniform density curve defined from x = 0 to x = 5. What percent of observations fall above 2? a) 0.60 b) 0.40 c) 0.72 d) 0.20 e) 0.50
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Math 2311 Written Homework 8 (Sections 5.4 5.6) KEY 15 points total give 2 pts for each problem attempted and 1 pt for each problem correct Name:_ PeopleSoft ID:_ Instructions: Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be su
School: U. Houston
Math 1313 Section 4.1 Present Value with Compound Interest Formula: P = F (1 + i ) n where = and = Example 4: Kim and Ken find that they will need $15,500 to build an addition to their home in 4 years. How much should they invest now at 3.25% per year com
School: U. Houston
Math 1330 Homework 22 (5.4, models) Problem 5.4.46 refers to problem 46 in Chapter 5, Section 4 of the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 22. 1. Problem 5.4.46 A. 2/3 B. 5; 2/3 C. doesnt exist; 2/3 D. -5; E. 2
School: U. Houston
Course: Precal
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 Q9 Q10 Q11 Q12 Q13 13 (4.1) 14 (4.2) 15 (4.3) 16 (5.4) 17 (5.1A) C A E D E C C A D D B B C C A D B B A D A E D E A C A D D C B E E B B C B B C C A B A B D D D D B C A C D 18 (5.2) 19 (5.3A) C B B D D B C B D E B C A D A B D A C D S
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
Testing and Quiz Schedule Test Schedule and Material Test# 1 2 3 4 Final Start End 18-Jan 29-Jan 17-Feb 21-Feb 31-Mar 3-Apr 28-Apr 1-May Look at Final Exam Schedule Material Prerequisite 1.3, 1.4, 2.2- 2.6, 3.2, 3.2 Ch 5, 6 ,7.1 - 7.4 7.5, 7.6 and Ch 8 Co
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Problem 8 was worded badly - all students got credit for this problem
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
CourseWare 9/28/13 4:21 PM CourseWare Quiz 2 Click Here For Printable Version You scored 100 out of 100 Tu, Darlene CLOCK Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. A researcher randomly selects 2 fish from among 8 fish in a tank and puts each of the 2 selected f
School: U. Houston
Course: ENGINEERING MATH
MATH 3321 Quiz 4 2/3/10 1 1 y = 2 + 2, x x y (1) = 0, 1. If y = y (x) is the solution of the initial-value problem y + then y (e) =: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 1 +e e e 1 e2 1 e e None of the above. dy 3y = x3y 1/3 is: dx 2. The general solution of x (a) y 1/3 =
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 15 Section 5.3 1. Four different types of monthly commuter passes are offered by a citys local transit authority for three different groups of passengers: youths, adults, and senior citizens. How many different kinds of passes must be p
School: U. Houston
Math 1330 Homework 9 (8.2a) Problem 8.2.50 refers to problem 50 in Chapter 8, Section 2 of the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 9. 1. Problem 8.2.50 A. (x 5) + ( y 5) C. x2 + y 2 = 5 E. None of the above 2 2
School: U. Houston
Course: Engineering Mathematics
MATH 3321 Quiz 4 1/30/13 1. If y = y (x) is a solution of y + 2y = 2x, then lim y (x) =: x (a) 1 2 (b) 1 4 (c) 1 2 (d) 0 (e) None of the above. 2. The value of such that the solution of the initial-value prolem y 2y = 3ex y (0) = has limit 0 as x is: (a)
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 1 Section 1.5(1st Half) Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. A $1,000,000 building is depreciated linearly over 40 years. The scrap value will be $0. 1. Find the rate of depreciation. a. -$25,000 b. -$1,000,000 c. $1,000,0
School: U. Houston
Course: Precalculus
Math 1330 Homework 3 (2.1) Problem 2.1.10 refers to problem 10 in Chapter 2, Section 1 in the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 3. 1. Problem 2.1.10 A. B. y = 2 x + 2 C. y = 2 x + 1 D. y = 0.5 x + 2 E. 2. y =
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 3 Section 2.1 Answer questions 1 - 3 for problem number 10 from the book. 1. Give the corners of the feasible set. a. (0,0), (0,5), (5,0) b. (0,0), (0,5), (3,0) c. (0,0), (0,5), (3,0), (2,3) d. (3,0), (5,0), (2,3) e. (0,5), (0,9), (2,3)
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
Print Test Page 1 of 8 PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 8 Question 1 Given that P(E) = 0.34, P(F) = 0.34, and P(E F) = 0.16. Find P(E F). a) j k l m n 0.52 b) j k l m n 0.16 c) j k l m n 0.48 d) j k l m n 0 e) j k l m n 1 f) j k l m n None of the above. Question 2
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 2 (Sections 1.5 & 2.1) Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit this assignment at http:/www.casa.uh.edu under "EMCF" and cho
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Math 1330 Homework 17 (5.4) Problem 5.4.10 refers to problem 10 in Chapter 5, Section 4 in the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 17. 1. Problem 5.4.10 a A. B. 3 3 ; = the number in the interval [0, 1] , whose
School: U. Houston
Online Math 1313 Homework 2 Answer the questions below and record your answers in your CASA account. Go to the EMCF tab on the top menu and choose Homework 2 on the EMCF assignment list. You must record your answers by the deadline given. No late homework
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 6 (Sections 4.1 4.4) Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit this assignment at http:/www.casa.uh.edu under "EMCF" and choos
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Math 1330 Homework 30 (7.3) The homework problems come from the exercises in Chapter 7 of the online text. Problem 7.3.4 refers to problem 4 in Chapter 7, Section 3. Record your answers to these problems in the EMCF titled Homework 30. Note: Some of the h
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 10 Section 4.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 and 2. Corrie bought a new flat screen 60 inch television and a speaker system from a local electronics store on credit. The store will charge 14% per year compounded monthl
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 11 Section 4.3 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. Candy purchases a new guitar costing $4,200. She put down 20% and finance the rest for 2 years through the store. The store will charge her 14% per year compounded quarte
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 5 Section 3.2 1. The choices for problem number 8 from the book are given below. a. Row Reduced b. Not Row Reduced 2. The choices for problem number 10 from the book are given below. a. Row Reduced b. Not Row Reduced 3. The choices for
School: U. Houston
Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 12 Section 5.3 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. Candy purchases a new guitar costing $3,700. She put down 15% and finance the rest for 2 years through the store. The store will charge her 12% per year compounded monthl
School: U. Houston
Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 1 Sections 1.3 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. A $1,000,000 building is depreciated linearly over 40 years. The scrap value will be $0. 1. Find the rate of depreciation. a. -$25,000 b. -$1,000,000 c. $1,000,000 d. $25
School: U. Houston
MATH 4377, ADVANCED LINEAR ALGEBRA, SUMMER 2011, Key to HW#1 Due date: Tuesday, June 7th Remark: In order to do this set of hw, you may need to read the Appendics about the denition of the elds. 1. Recall that complex numbers of the form x = a + bi with a
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 5 (Sections 4.1 & Ch 3 review) Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit this assignment at http:/www.casa.uh.edu under "EMCF"
School: U. Houston
Course: Intro To Prob & Statistics
PRINTABLE VERSION Qu iz 8 Question 1 Which of the following would be the LSRL for the given data? x 17 43 37 26 21 16 14 = e) 17 = d) 11 = c) 10 = b) 5 y a) 3 None of the above Question 2 Determine the correlation coefficient for the data shown in this ta
School: U. Houston
Course: Finite Math With Applications
1313 - Quiz#9 Let A and B be events in a sample space S such that P(A) = 0.33, P(B) = 0.35 and P(A B) = 0.14. Find P(A | B). a) 0.2059 b) 0.4242 c) 0.4000 d) 0.9429 e) 0.0286 f) None of the above. Let A and B be events in a sample space S such that P(A) =
School: U. Houston
Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 2 Section 1.4 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 5 The cost for producing a certain product is $65 each. The fixed costs are $120,000. The selling price for each product is $90. 1. What is the cost function? a. C(x) = 65x 1
School: U. Houston
Course: Intro To Prob & Statistics
PRINTABLE VERSION Qu iz 1 Question 1 True or False: A sample is a subset of all possible data values for a given subject under consideration. a) False b) True Question 2 True or False: The standard deviation is the square of the variance. a) True b) False
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 4:53 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 10 You scored 84 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. The z-score associated with the 85 percent confidence interval is a) 1.099 b) 1.236 c) 1.440 d) 1.943 e) 1.036 f) None of the above Question 2
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 4 (Sections 3.1-3.3) Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit this assignment at http:/www.casa.uh.edu under "EMCF" and choos
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Course: Finite Math With Applications
Print Test Page 1 of 9 PRINTABLE VERSION Practice Test 4 Question 1 Let A and B be events in a sample space S such that P(A) = 7/25, P(B) = 41/100, and P(A B) = 3/50. Find P( B | Ac ). a) j k l m n 0.5694 b) j k l m n 0.6829 c) j k l m n 0.8537 d) j k l m
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 4:48 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 14 You scored 91 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. State the type of hypothesis test to be used in the following situation: The Blue Diamond Company advertises that their nut mix contains (by w
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Math 1313 Online Homework 1 1. The choices for problem number 20 from section 1.2 in the book are given below. Find the xintercept and y-intercept. a. b. c. d. e. x-intercept: (0,2) y-intercept: (5,0) x-intercept: (-2/5,0) y-intercept: (0,5) x-intercept:
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Course: Finite Math With Applications
Print Test Page 1 of 12 PRINTABLE VERSION Practice Test 3 Question 1 A problem is listed below. Identify its type. Craig bought a new boat. He made a 19% down payment. He financed the rest through his bank for 5 years. His bank charged 6% per year compoun
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Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 9 Section 3.3 Answer questions 1 and 2 for problem number 7 from the book. 1. Give the corner points. a. (0,0), (0,6), (3,3) b. (0,0), (0,6), (6,0) c. (0,0), (0,6), (6,0), (3,3) d. (0,0), (6,0), (3,3), (0,3) e. (0,0), (0,6), (3,3), (3,0
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Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 23 Section 7.6 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. Urn 1 contains 4 green and 5 yellow marbles. Urn 2 contains 7 green and 4 yellow marbles. An experiment consists of choosing one of two urns at random then drawing a marb
School: U. Houston
Course: Math 1314
PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 7 You scored 82 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Find and classify the relative extrema, if any, for the function a) a relative maximum at x = 0. b) a relative maximum at x = 0 and a relative maximum at x = 2. c) a rela
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Course: Calculus 1
Calculus Test 2 2010 You scored 48 out of 48 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Evaluate the following limit: a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Evaluate the following limit: a) b) c) d) e) Question 3 Your answer is CORRECT. Find dy dx if a
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Course: MATH
EMCF 05 Due 9/23 at 2:00 pm Log into CourseWare at http:/www.casa.uh.edu and access the answer sheet by clicking on the EMCF tab. 1. Find 121 + 4x 2 10 dx . A. 5 arctan 121 + 4x 2 + C 10 2x arctan + C 11 11 5 2x arctan + C 11 11 ( ) B. C. D. 4x 2 10 ar
School: U. Houston
Course: Calculus 2
PRINTABLE VERSION Test 1 You scored 35 out of 50 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Calculate the derivative of a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Give the slope of the normal line to at the point where x = 0. a) b) c) d) e) Question 3 Your
School: U. Houston
Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 2 You scored 70 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. A researcher randomly selects 4 sh from among 10 sh in a tank and puts each of the 4 selected sh into different containers. How many ways can this be done? a) 5040 b) 160
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 4:54 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 9 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Identify the population of interest in the following situation: In order to assess the membership's attitudes about a new Supreme Court decisi
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 4:54 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 9 You scored 90 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Identify the population of interest the following situation: A radio talk show wanted to know whether Houstonians think Texas should type of sa
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Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Math 1314 Lesson 6 The Limit Definition of the Derivative; Rules for Finding Derivatives We now address the first of the two questions of calculus, the tangent line question. We are interested in finding the slope of the tangent line at a specific point.
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Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Math 1314 Lesson 7 Derivatives at a Point, Numerical Derivatives and Applications of the Derivative Many of our problems will ask for the rate at which something is changing at a specific number. The number may express time, or quantity produced and sold,
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Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Math 1314 Homework 11 Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 11 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. In the problem numbers given below, Problem 4.3 12 refers to Chapter 4, Section 3, Problem 12. The problems can be found in the online text. F
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Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Math 1314 Homework 9 Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 9 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. In the problem numbers given below, Problem 4.2 26 refers to Chapter 4, Section 2, Problem 26. The problems can be found in the online text. For
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Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Math 1314 Homework 10 Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 10 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. In the problem numbers given below, Problem 4.2 26 refers to Chapter 4, Section 2, Problem 26. The problems can be found in the online text. 1
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Course: Transition To Advanced Math
EXAM 1 REVIEW: MATH 3325 SPRING 2015 PANKAJ K SINGH Exam 1 will cover the material in Sections 1.4 1.6 and 2.1 2.3 of A Transition to Advanced Mathematics (Seventh Edition) by Smith, Eggen, and St. Andre. Possible exercise types include true/false questio
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Course: Transition To Advanced Math
EXAM 2 REVIEW: MATH 3325 SPRING 2015 PANKAJ K SINGH Exam 2 will cover the material in Sections 1.7, 2.4 2.5, and 3.1 3.3 of A Transition to Advanced Mathematics (Seventh Edition) by Smith, Eggen, and St. Andre. Possible exercise types include true/false q
School: U. Houston
Course: College Algebra
Additional Review for test 5: 1. Find the exponential function of the form f ( x ) = a x which passes through the points (0 ,1) and (2 ,64 ) . 2. Evaluate the given expression if it is defined. Otherwise, state that it is undefined. 1 log3 9 3. Evaluate
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Course: College Algebra
M1310 Final Review 1 Review for final exam M 1310: 1. Find the slope of the line that passes through the points (4 ,6 ) and ( 2 , 4 ) . 2. Find the x and y intercepts 2 x + 8 y + 2 = 0 . 3. Solve for x: 4. Solve for x: 2 4 x= 3 5 1 (x + 1 ) 1 (x 2 ) = 4 2
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Course: College Algebra
M1310 Review Test 1 These are topics cover in M1300 and a student in M1310 should have these skills. Example 1: Simplify the following expression. a. 72 b. 48 c. d. e. f. 1 3 4 5 4 12 5 7 Example 2: Simplify the flowing expression. a. 2x 0 b. 3x 2 y 6x 1
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Course: College Algebra
M1310 Test 4 review 1 Review for test 4 for M 1310: 1. Sketch the graph of = + . Clearly label xintercepts, y-intercepts. Show the correct end behavior and the correct behavior at each x intercept. 2. Sketch the graph of P( x) = ( x 3)2 (x + 2)2 . Clearly
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Course: Stats
Section 8.1 Inference for the Mean of a Population In chapter 7, we discussed one type of inference about a population the confidence interval. In this chapter we will begin discussion the significance test, the other type of statistical inference. The go
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Course: Stats
Section 8.2 Inference for a Population Proportion For these inferences, p 0 represents the given population proportion. H 0 : p p0 H a : p p 0 or p p 0 or p p 0 Conditions: 1. The sample must be an SRS from the population of interest. 2. The population mu
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Course: Statistics For Science
Math 3339 Online Review for Test 1 KEY 1. = 3.65 2. median = 172, x = 169.4, s 2 = 52.30 3. 69.87 4. 5. a. b. c. d. e. True False False True True 6. Standard deviations 7. Positive 8. 2 9. 112 10. 46.77% 11. a. b. c. d. .6247 (40.4, 79.6) 68.4 56.1 12. 0.
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Course: Statistics For Science
Math 3339 Homework 8 Honework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare, https:/www.casa.uh.edu, before the deadline. Submit this assignment on CourseWare under EMCF and choose ehw8. 1. A value of the c
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Course: Statistics For Science
Math 3339 EMCF Homework 1 Honework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare, https:/www.casa.uh.edu, before the deadline. Submit this assignment on CourseWare under EMCF and choose ehw1. 1. The _ is th
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Course: Statistics For Science
Math 3339 Homework 2 Honework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare, https:/www.casa.uh.edu, before the deadline. Submit this assignment on CourseWare under EMCF and choose ehw2. 1. Suppose a densit
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Course: Statistics For Science
Math 3339 Homework 4 Honework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare, https:/www.casa.uh.edu, before the deadline. Submit this assignment on CourseWare under EMCF and choose ehw4. 1. A t test is used
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Course: Statistics For Science
Math 3339 Homework 5 Honework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare, https:/www.casa.uh.edu, before the deadline. Submit this assignment on CourseWare under EMCF and choose ehw5. 1. A 95% condence i
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Course: Statistics For Science
Math 3339 Review for Test 1 1. The following is a stem-plot of the birth weights of male babies born to the smoking group. The stems are in units of kg. Stems Leaves 2 3,4,6,7,7,8,8,8,9 3 2,2,3,4,6,7,8,9 4 1,2,2,3,4,5,6 5 3,5,5,6 Find the median birth wei
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Course: Stats
8.6 Inference for Two-way Tables We can also use the Chi-Square method to make inferences for data in two-way tables. The formula to find the expected count in a two-way table is: expected count = row total column total n Where n is the grand total of all
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Course: Stats
Math 2311 Class Notes for Section 1.3-15 Another important question we want to answer about data is about its spread or dispersion. Roughly speaking, the population standard deviation, , tells the average distance that data values fall from the mean. The
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Course: Stats
5.4 Residuals A residual value is the difference between an actual observed y value and the corresponding predicted y value, y . Residuals are just errors. Residual = error = (observed predicted) = (y - y ) Example: A least-squares regression line was fit
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Course: Stats
Math 2311 Sections 4.1, 4.2, and 4.3 4.1 Density Curves What do we know about density curves? Example: Suppose we have a density curve defined for 0 defined by the line = . Sketch: What percent of observations fall below 1? What is the probability that 5?
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Course: Stats
6.2 Designing Experiments Experimental units are the individuals on which the experiment is done. When the units are people, they are called subjects. A treatment is the specific experimental condition applied to the units. Factors are the explanatory var
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Course: Stats
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 3 Sections 2.2-2.4 Honework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare, https:/www.casa.uh.edu, before the deadline. Submit this assignment on CourseWare under EMCF and choose ehw
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Math 2311 EMCF Homework 9 Sections 7.1 - 7.5 Honework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare, https:/www.casa.uh.edu, before the deadline. Submit this assignment on CourseWare under EMCF and choose e
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Course: Stats
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 11 Sections 8.3 - 8.5 Honework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare, https:/www.casa.uh.edu, before the deadline. Submit this assignment on CourseWare under EMCF and choose
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Course: Stats
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 5 Sections 4.1-4.4 Honework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare, https:/www.casa.uh.edu, before the deadline. Submit this assignment on CourseWare under EMCF and choose ehw
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Course: Stats
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 2 Sections 1.5-2.1 Honework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare, https:/www.casa.uh.edu, before the deadline. Submit this assignment on CourseWare under EMCF and choose ehw
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Course: Stats
Section 8.6 Inference for Two-way Tables We can also use the Chi-Square method to make inferences for data in two-way tables. The formula to find the expected count in a two-way table is: Where n is the grand total of all values. When conducting a Chi-squ
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Course: Stats
Section 4.2 The Normal Distribution A density curve that is symmetric, single peaked and bell shaped is called a normal distribution. The Empirical Rule The Empirical Rule states if a distribution has a normal distribution, 1. Approximately 68% of all obs
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Course: Stats
Section 7.1 Margins of Error and Estimates Estimation (single value or range of values) is the process of determining the value of a population parameter from the evidence made available by a sample statistic. Loosely speaking, an estimation is a good gue
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Course: Stats
Section 4.1 Density Curves A density curve is a graph whose area between it and the x-axis is equal to one. These graphs come is a variety of shapes, but the most familiar normal graph is bell shaped (see the graphs below). The area under the curve in a r
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Course: Stats
Section 1.2 Measures of Center One important question we want to answer about data is about its location, particularly the location of its center. Measure of center include: Mean, median and mode Mean is denoted with the Greek letter when referring to the
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Course: Stats
Section 1.1 Types of Data Statistics is the science of the collection, organization and interpretation of data. When data is analyzed, it can help people make decisions when faced with uncertainty. We will need to know what questions need to be answered,
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Course: Stats
Section 3.5/Section 3.6 Using Formulas/Solving Problems Using Equations A formula is an equation which relates two or more quantities. Below are some formulas well use in this course. Example 1: Determine the volume of a cylindrical can of soup if its dia
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Course: Stats
Section 3.7 Solving Inequalities A inequality in the variable x is linear if each term is a constant or a multiple of x. The inequality will contain an inequality symbol: < is less than is less than or equal to > is greater than is greater than or equal
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Course: Stats
Section 2.1/2.2 An Introduction to Number Theory/Integers The counting numbers or natural numbers are N = cfw_1, 2, 3, . A natural number n is called the product of the natural numbers a and b if ab = n . The numbers a and b are called the factors of n .
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Course: Stats
Section 2.5/2.6 Irrational Numbers/Radicals An irrational number is a number that cannot be written as a fraction and whose decimal representation is a nonterminating, nonrepeating decimal. Examples of irrational numbers: Circumference of a circle 3.1415
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Course: Stats
Section 5.3 Factoring A binomial is a polynomial that contains two terms. We multiply two binomials using the FOIL First Outer Inner Last method: (a b)(c d ) ac ad bc bd Example 1: Multiply ( x 7)( x 3) . Example 2: Multiply (3x 2 2)(4 x 2 5) . Factoring
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Course: Stats
Section 5.4 Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring A quadratic equation is an equation that can be written in the form ax 2 bx c 0 where a, b, and c are real numbers with a 0. To solve a quadratic equation by factoring, rewrite the equation, if necessar
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Course: Stats
Section 5.1 Functions, Domains and Ranges A relation is a set of ordered pairs. A function is a set of ordered pairs cfw_(x, y) in which no x-value is repeated. Example 1: Determine whether each relation is a function. a. cfw_(1, 0), (2, 3), (3, 4), (4, 0
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Course: Stats
Section 1.3 Place Value Systems of Numeration Today the most common type of numeration system is the place value system. A place value system consists of a base (a natural number greater than one) and digits a set of symbols representing the numbers from
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Course: Stats
Section 2.3 Rational Numbers A rational number is a number that may be written in the form a for any integer a and b any nonzero integer b. Why is division by zero undefined? For example, we know that 3 4 12 and so 12 3 . We get one and only one 4 number
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Course: Stats
Section 2.4 Exponents and Scientific Notation If n is a natural number, then a n a a a . a . n times The number a is called the base and the integer n is called the exponent. If n is a natural number and b is a nonzero, then b0 1 and b n 1 1 (and n b n )
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Course: Stats
Section 1.1 Systems of Numeration and Additive Systems of Numeration We want to understand the system we use - Hindu-Arabic system and its relationship to other types of systems. A numeral is a symbol for a number. A system of numeration consists of a set
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Course: Stats
Section 1.4 Place Value Systems of Numeration in Other Bases From the previous section we know: System Babylonian Base 60 Place Values , 60 , 60 4 ,60 3 ,60 2,60, 1 Mayan 18 20 18 20 3 , 18 20 2 , 18 20, 20, 1 Hindu-Arabic 10 5 , 10 3 , 10 2 , 10, 1 Any c
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Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Online Math 1314 Homework 13 Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 13 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. In the problem numbers given below, Problem 6.3.8 refers to Chapter 6, Section 3, Problem 8. The problems can be found in the online te
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Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Online Math 1314 Homework 11 Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 11 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. In the problem numbers given below, Problem 5.6.8 refers to Chapter 5, Section 6, Problem 8. The problems can be found in the online te
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Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Online Math 1314 Homework 12 Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 12 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. In the problem numbers given below, Problem 6.1.12 refers to Chapter 6, Section 1, Problem 12. The problems can be found in the online
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Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Online Math 1314 Homework 4 Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 4 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. In the problem numbers given below, Problem 3.6.40 refers to Chapter 3, Section 6, Problem 40. The problems can be found in the online te
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Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Online Math 1314 Homework 3 Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 3 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. In the problem numbers given below, Problem 2.3.4 refers to Chapter 2, Section 3, Problem 4. The problems can be found in the online text
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Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Online Math 1314 Homework 1 Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 1 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. In the problem numbers given below, AA.4.8 , part A refers to Appendix A, Section 4, Problem 8, part A. Similarly, in number 5 below 1.4.
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Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
Online Math 1314 Homework 2 Enter your answers in the EMCF titled Homework 2 at casa.uh.edu before the due date/time. In the problem numbers given below, AA.5.6 refers to Appendix A, Section 5, Problem 6. The problems can be found in the online text. Matc
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Course: Cal 3
Math 2433 Exam 1 Review Answers Problem 1. (a) |AC| = 3 6 (b) 3x y 2z = 3 3 (c) (x 2)2 + y 2 + (z 2 )2 = 21 4 (d) L : x(t) = 3 5t, y(t) = 2 t, z(t) = 2 7t (e) 8 43 1 5 , 25 , 25 Problem 2. (a) ub = 2 i 14 + (b) compb (a) = 3 j 14 1 k 14 5 14 (c) proj b (c
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Course: Precalculus
MATH 1330 Review for Final When: 5/11 Monday, 10am Where: GAR 205(Garrison Gym) Time: Approx. 100 min (depending on the number of questions) Number of questions: Approx. 25 Some Multiple Choice , Some Free Response Questions What is covered: Chapters 4, 5
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Course: Advanced Linear Algebra II
Overview for MATH 4378/6309: Part II 1 Linear operator T on inner product space V : Chap 6 1.1 Inner product and norms. Key words. Inner products, norms, representing vectors in terms of orthogonal basis, orthogonal projection of vectors 1. inner product,
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Course: Advanced Linear Algebra II
Overview for MATH 4378/6309: Part I 1 Linear operator T on vector space V : Chap 5 and 7 1.1 Chap 5: diagonalization Eigenvalues, eigenvectors and eigenspace: understanding the concepts and know how to compute them eigenvalue : a root for characteristic
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Course: Partial Differential Equations
Mathematics 3363 Review for Examination I Spring 2015 1. Study the PDE help les on Dr. Walkers web site. 2. Review suggested homework problems and Graded Homeworks 1 and 2. 3. Derive the heat diusion equation in one space dimension and in two space dimens
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Course: Calculus 1
Solutions to Problems in Chapter Four Test Your Understanding Problems T4.3-1 The session is x = [5,-3,18,4];y = [-9,13,7,4]; z = ~y>x = 0 1 0 0 z = x&y = 1 1 1 1 z = x|y = 1 1 1 1 z = xor(x,y) = 0 0 0 0 z z z z T4.3-2 The script file is identical to that
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Course: History Of MAthematics
Essay Assignment July 1, 2014 1 The rst essay Write an essay with your own topics and title by satisfying the following: Related to the material covered from Lecture 1 to Lecture 10. Three pages or more. Use a standard font, double space and standard ma
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Course: History Of MAthematics
Essay Assignment July 10, 2014 1 The second essay Write an essay with your own topics and title: Related to the material covered from Lecture 11 to Lecture 20. Three pages or more. In pdf le. The following are some possible topics: Mathematics in the
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Course: History Of MAthematics
Essay Assignment July 18, 2014 Write an essay with your own topics and title: Related to the material covered from Lecture 21 to Lecture 30. Three pages or more. In pdf le. Your own topics Or one of the following topics: Slide rules, One of the mat
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Course: College Algebra
M 1310 5.1 Exponential Function For any exponential function the following. 1 = the graph looks like one of Notice: for f ( x) = b x Domain is _. Range is _. Horizontal asymptote is _. Always passes through the points _. For b > 1 , a larger b results in
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Course: College Algebra
M 1310 4.2 Dividing Polynomials 1 Terms you should know: Quotient Divisor Dividend Example using long division: 25 21 540 42 120 105 15 The remainder is 15, the quotient is 25 Example of long division of polynomials: 2x 3 2x2 4 x 6 x4 74 x4 3 2 2x 2x 4 x
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Course: College Algebra
M 1310 5.2 The Number e 1 f (x) = e x Weve worked with 2 x , 3 x , etc. Now we have e x . What is e? e is a very important number. x 1 as x grows to Definition: e is the limiting value of 1 + x infinity. e 2.7182818284 59 . It is an irrational number, l
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Course: College Algebra
M 1310 5.4 1 You will sometimes be asked to rewrite logarithmic expressions in either an expanded or contracted form. To do this, you will use the Laws of Logarithms. You will need to know all 8 of these laws. Laws (properties, rules) of logarithms: If m,
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Course: College Algebra
M 1310 Section 5.5 Solving 1 Last topic for the semester will be solving exponential and logarithmic equations. An exponential equation contains a x or e x where a > 1 . To solve we will use several items from the sections in chapter 5. To solve the expon
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Course: College Algebra
M 1310 4.3 Roots of Polynomials 1 Note: a2 + b 2 can be factored over the complex numbers: a2 + b 2 = (a + bi)(a bi) The Factor Theorem Let f(x) be a polynomial. a. If c is a zero of f(x) (f(c) = 0), then x c is a factor of f(x). b. If x c is a factor of
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Course: College Algebra
M 1310 4.4 Rational Functions 1 Definition: A rational function is a function that can be written in f (x) the form R (x ) = , where f and g are polynomials. g( x ) Example 1: = The domain of the rational function R (x ) = f (x) consists of all real g( x
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Course: College Algebra
M 1310 5.3 Logarithms 1 Every exponential function has an inverse. The inverses of exponential functions are called logarithmic functions (logarithms or logs for short). Definition: logb x = y means b The functions y =x . f (x ) = b x and g(x ) = logb x a
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Course: Mathematical Introduction To Options
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Course: Cal 3
Sect. 12.3 Sect. 12.4 MATH 2433 - 12631 Aarti Jajoo ajajoo@math.uh.edu Oce : PGH 606 Lecture : MoWeFre 10-11am in SR 116 Oce hours : MW 11:30-12:30pm and BY APPOINTMENT A. Jajoo, UH MATH 2433 1 / 22 Sect. 12.3 Sect. 12.4 Distance formula The distance betw
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Course: Cal 3
Introduction Chapter 12 MATH 2433 - 12631 Aarti Jajoo ajajoo@math.uh.edu Oce : PGH 606 Lecture : MoWeFre 10-11am in SR 116 Oce hours : MW 11:30-12:30pm and BY APPOINTMENT A. Jajoo, UH MATH 2433 1 / 22 Introduction Chapter 12 Course website http:/www.math.
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Course: Cal 3
MATH 2433 - 12900 Aarti Jajoo ajajoo@math.uh.edu Oce : PGH 606 Lecture : MoWeFre 10-11am in SR 116 Oce hours : MW 11:30-12:30pm and BY APPOINTMENT http:/www.math.uh.edu/ajajoo/Math2433 A. Jajoo, UH MATH 2433 1/1 Curves Section 13.3 A. Jajoo, UH MATH 2433
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Course: Cal 3
Sect. 13.5 Sect. 13.5 Sect. 14.1 MATH 2433 - 12900 Aarti Jajoo ajajoo@math.uh.edu Oce : PGH 606 Lecture : MoWeFre 10-11am in SR 116 Oce hours : MW 11:30-12:30pm and BY APPOINTMENT http:/www.math.uh.edu/ajajoo/Math2433 A. Jajoo, UH MATH 2433 1 / 25 Sect. 1
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Course: Cal 3
Chapter 12 MATH 2433 - 12631 Aarti Jajoo ajajoo@math.uh.edu Oce : PGH 606 Lecture : MoWeFre 10-11am in SR 116 Oce hours : MW 11:30-12:30pm and BY APPOINTMENT Homework 1 is available on the course website and its due next Monday Online quiz 1 will close on
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Course: Cal 3
Chapter 12 MATH 2433 - 12900 Aarti Jajoo ajajoo@math.uh.edu Oce : PGH 606 Lecture : MoWeFre 10-11am in SR 116 Oce hours : MW 11:30-12:30pm and BY APPOINTMENT http:/www.math.uh.edu/ajajoo/Math2433 A. Jajoo, UH MATH 2433 1 / 19 Chapter 12 Sect. 12.6 Sect. 1
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Chapter 12 MATH 2433 - 12631 Aarti Jajoo ajajoo@math.uh.edu Oce : PGH 606 Lecture : MoWeFre 10-11am in SR 116 Oce hours : MW 11:30-12:30pm and BY APPOINTMENT Homework 1 is available on the course website and its due next Monday Online quiz 1 will close on
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Sect. 14.1 Sect. 14.1 Sect. 14.2 MATH 2433 - 12900 Aarti Jajoo ajajoo@math.uh.edu Oce : PGH 606 Lecture : MoWeFre 10-11am in SR 116 Oce hours : MW 11:30-12:30pm and BY APPOINTMENT http:/www.math.uh.edu/ajajoo/Math2433 A. Jajoo, UH MATH 2433 1 / 27 Sect. 1
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Chapter 13 Sect. 12.6 Sect. 12.7 MATH 2433 - 12900 Aarti Jajoo ajajoo@math.uh.edu Oce : PGH 606 Lecture : MoWeFre 10-11am in SR 116 Oce hours : MW 11:30-12:30pm and BY APPOINTMENT Homework 2 has been posted Bubble ID(people soft ) and popper number (Poppe
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MATH 2433 - 12900 Aarti Jajoo ajajoo@math.uh.edu Oce : PGH 606 Lecture : MoWeFre 10-11am in SR 116 Oce hours : MW 11:30-12:30pm and BY APPOINTMENT http:/www.math.uh.edu/ajajoo/Math2433 A. Jajoo, UH MATH 2433 1/1 Denition Let D be a nonempty set. A rule th
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Chapter 15 MATH 2433 - 12631 Aarti Jajoo ajajoo@math.uh.edu Oce : PGH 606 Lecture : MoWeFre 10-11am in SR 116 Oce hours : MW 11:30-12:30pm and BY APPOINTMENT http:/www.math.uh.edu/ajajoo/Math2433 A. Jajoo, UH MATH 2433 1 / 26 Chapter 15 Sect. 15.3 Sect. 1
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Chapter 15 Chapter 15 MATH 2433 - 12631 Aarti Jajoo ajajoo@math.uh.edu Oce : PGH 606 Lecture : MoWeFre 10-11am in SR 116 Oce hours : MW 11:30-12:30pm and BY APPOINTMENT http:/www.math.uh.edu/ajajoo/Math2433 A. Jajoo, UH MATH 2433 1 / 16 Chapter 15 Chapter
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MATH 2433 - 12631 Aarti Jajoo ajajoo@math.uh.edu Oce : PGH 606 Lecture : MoWeFre 10-11am in SR 116 Oce hours : MW 11:30-12:30pm and BY APPOINTMENT http:/www.math.uh.edu/ajajoo/Math2433 A. Jajoo, UH MATH 2433 1/1 Open and Close Sets Section 14.5 A. Jajoo,
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Sect. 14.3 Sect. 14.4 Sect. 14.5 MATH 2433 - 12900 Aarti Jajoo ajajoo@math.uh.edu Oce : PGH 606 Lecture : MoWeFre 10-11am in SR 116 Oce hours : MW 11:30-12:30pm and BY APPOINTMENT http:/www.math.uh.edu/ajajoo/Math2433 A. Jajoo, UH MATH 2433 1 / 22 Sect. 1
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Background Material A computer vision "encyclopedia": CVonline. http:/homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/rbf/CVonline/ Linear Algebra Review and Matlab Tutorial Linear Algebra: Eero Simoncelli A Geometric View of Linear Algebra http:/www.cns.nyu.edu/~eero/NOTES/geomL
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A Review of Linear Algebra Gerald Recktenwald Portland State University Mechanical Engineering Department gerry@me.pdx.edu These slides are a supplement to the book Numerical Methods with Matlab: Implementations and Applications, by Gerald W. Recktenwald,
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Math 1431 Lecture - Section 12589 MWF 9am 10 am SEC 100 Lecture - Section 12596 MWF 12pm 1 pm SR 117 Dr. Melahat Almus almus@math.uh.edu http:/www.math.uh.edu/~almus Office Hours in 222 Garrison (CASA): Starting second week MW 1-2:30pm, F:1-2 pm. COURSE W
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Section 3.3 Intervals of Increase and Decrease and Extreme Values Definition: Let f be a function whose domain includes an interval I . We say that f is increasing on I if for every two numbers x1 , x2 in I , x1 x2 implies that f x1 f x2 . We say that f i
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Popper # 02 (You can solve these questions before class to save time; the first couple of questions are from previous material.) sin 8 x x 0 2 x Question# Compute a) 8 b) 4 c) 2 lim Question# a) 2/5 x 0 b) 4/25 Question# a) 0 d) 0 e) DNE sin2 2 x 5x2 c)
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Bubble in your PS ID very carefully. If you make a bubbling mistake, your popper will not be saved in the system and youll not get credit for your popper even if you turn it in. Theres no way to find the scantrons later; double/triple check your bubbling!
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Math 1431 Lecture - Section 12589 MWF 9am 10 am SEC 100 Lecture - Section 12596 MWF 12pm 1 pm SR 117 Dr. Melahat Almus almus@math.uh.edu http:/www.math.uh.edu/~almus Office Hours in 222 Garrison (CASA): MW 1-2:30pm, F:1-2 pm. COURSE WEBSITE: http:/www.mat
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Math 1431 Lecture - Section 12589 MWF 9am 10 am SEC 100 Lecture - Section 12596 MWF 12pm 1 pm SR 117 Dr. Melahat Almus almus@math.uh.edu http:/www.math.uh.edu/~almus Office Hours in 222 Garrison (CASA): MW 1-2:30pm, F:1-2 pm. COURSE WEBSITE: http:/www.mat
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Math 1431 Lecture - Section 12589 MWF 9am 10 am SEC 100 Lecture - Section 12596 MWF 12pm 1 pm SR 117 Dr. Melahat Almus almus@math.uh.edu http:/www.math.uh.edu/~almus Office Hours in 222 Garrison (CASA): MW 1-2:30pm, F:1-2 pm. COURSE WEBSITE: http:/www.mat
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Course: Calculus I Recitation
Math 1431 Lecture - Section 12589 MWF 9am 10 am SEC 100 Lecture - Section 12596 MWF 12pm 1 pm SR 117 Dr. Melahat Almus almus@math.uh.edu http:/www.math.uh.edu/~almus Office Hours in 222 Garrison (CASA): Starting second week MW 1-2:30pm, F:1-2 pm. COURSE W
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Office Hours at CASA: MW 1-2:30pm, F 1-2pm. Bubble in PS ID and Popper Number Carefully. Dont miss any online quizzes! Popper # 05 Question# a) b) c) d) e) f ' 1 ? 10 18 33 29 None Question# a) b) c) d) e) If f x x3 x 2 4 x 1 , If f x x x2 1 , f ' 1 ? 2
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Popper # 03 (You can solve these questions before class; the first couple of questions are from previous material.) Question# If f 0 2 and f ' 0 4 , what is the equation of the tangent line at x 0? y 2x 4 b) y 4 x 2 c) y 4 x 2 d) y 2 x 4 a) e) None Questi
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Popper # 06 Question# If f x 4 x 3 , 5 a) b) c) d) e) 1 5 10 20 None Question# If f x cos 2 4 x , a) b) c) d) e) f ' 1 ? f ' 0 ? 0 1 4 8 None Section 2.4 Implicit Differentiation dy ? Question: If x 2 y 2 1 , what is dx 1 How do you differentiate implicit
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Popper # 04 (You can solve these questions before class; the first couple of questions are from previous material.) Question# a) b) c) d) e) x2 , f ' 1 ? If f x 5 cos x 4 sin x , f ' ? -5 4 -4 1 None Question# a) b) c) d) e) If f x 5x3 x 2 x 7 5 4 2 None
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Review for Test 2 Material covered: Chapter1, Chapter 2, 3.1, 3.2. Number of questions: 11 6 multiple choice questions (Total: 30 points) 5 free response questions (Total: 70 points) The multiple choice part will be graded automatically. The grade you see
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Popper # 07 Question# a) b) c) d) e) dy ? If x 2 y 3 5 y 1 , dx 1,2 4/7 -2/7 7/5 -3/7 None Section 3.1 Related Rates You should know these formulas from Geometry: Volume of a sphere, cone, cylinder, prism, cube. Area of a circle, rectangle, triangle Surf
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Popper # 09 x(t) = -16 t2 +320 t . Question# a) b) c) d) e) 10 seconds 5 seconds 15 seconds 20 seconds None Question# a) b) c) d) e) How long does it take to hit the ground? 10 seconds 20 seconds 16 seconds 32 seconds None Question# a) b) c) d) e) What is
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Day 16 Well start this lecture with some problems from the review (Day 15) and then well move on to Section 3.3. Section 3.3 Intervals of Increase and Decrease and Extreme Values Definition: Let f be a function whose domain includes an interval I . We say
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Popper # 08 A rocket is rising vertically at the rate of 1000 ft/sec Question# 3000 feet up? a) b) c) d) e) 4000 ft How fast is the camera-to-rocket distance changing when it is 3000/5 4000/5 5000/3 5000/12 None Question# How fast must the camera elevatio
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Course: Mathematical Introduction To Options
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Course: Mathematical Introduction To Options
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Course: Mathematical Introduction To Options
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Course: Mathematical Introduction To Options
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Course: Mathematical Introduction To Options
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Course: Mathematical Introduction To Options
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1.2 Vector Spaces Math 4377/6308 Advanced Linear Algebra 1.2 Vector Spaces Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math4377 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 4377/6308, Advanced Linear Algebra S
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1.3 Subspaces Math 4377/6308 Advanced Linear Algebra 1.3 Subspaces Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math4377 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 4377/6308, Advanced Linear Algebra Spring, 2
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1.4 Linear Combinations Math 4377/6308 Advanced Linear Algebra 1.4 Linear Combinations & Systems of Linear Equations Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math4377 Jiwen He, University of Houston
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1.5 Linear Independence Math 4377/6308 Advanced Linear Algebra 1.5 Linear Dependence and Linear Independence Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math4377 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 43
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2.1 Linear Transformations Math 4377/6308 Advanced Linear Algebra 2.1 Linear Transformations, Null Spaces and Ranges Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math4377 Jiwen He, University of Houston
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1.6 Bases and Dimension Math 4377/6308 Advanced Linear Algebra 1.6 Bases and Dimension Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math4377 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 4377/6308, Advanced Line
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Math 4377/6308 Advanced Linear Algebra 2.2 Properties of Linear Transformations, Matrices. Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math4377 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 4377/6308, Advanced
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2.3 Composition Math 4377/6308 Advanced Linear Algebra 2.3 Composition of Linear Transformations Jiwen He Department of Mathematics, University of Houston jiwenhe@math.uh.edu math.uh.edu/jiwenhe/math4377 Jiwen He, University of Houston Math 4377/6308, Adv
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Course: Vector Analysis
MATH 3335 Final Exam. Sanders Spring 2013 This exam has 10 problems, and all 10 problems will be graded. Use my supplied paper only. Return your solution sheets with the problems in order. Put your name, last name rst, and student id number on each soluti
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Print Test 12/8/13 5:04 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Test 1 You scored 48 out of 56 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. True or False: A sample is the set of all possible data values for a given subject under consideration. a) True b) False Question 2 Your answer
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Print Test 10/31/13 1:51 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 5 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Think about a density curve that consists of two line segments. The first goes from the point (0, 1) to the point (0.1, 1). The second goes f
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(1 + i ) n 1 S = R i A = P (1 + rt ) R= Pi 1 (1 + i ) n P = A(1 + i ) n 1 (1 + i ) n P = R i I = Prt A = P(1 + i ) n reff r = 1 + 1 m m R= i= Si (1 + i ) n 1 r m n = mt
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Print Test 12/8/13 5:04 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Test 2 You scored 40 out of 40 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Consider a uniform density curve defined from x = 0 to x = 5. What percent of observations fall above 2? a) 0.60 b) 0.40 c) 0.72 d) 0.20 e) 0.50
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MATH 3321 Quiz 4 2/3/10 1 1 y = 2 + 2, x x y (1) = 0, 1. If y = y (x) is the solution of the initial-value problem y + then y (e) =: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 1 +e e e 1 e2 1 e e None of the above. dy 3y = x3y 1/3 is: dx 2. The general solution of x (a) y 1/3 =
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MATH 3321 Quiz 4 1/30/13 1. If y = y (x) is a solution of y + 2y = 2x, then lim y (x) =: x (a) 1 2 (b) 1 4 (c) 1 2 (d) 0 (e) None of the above. 2. The value of such that the solution of the initial-value prolem y 2y = 3ex y (0) = has limit 0 as x is: (a)
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PRINTABLE VERSION Qu iz 8 Question 1 Which of the following would be the LSRL for the given data? x 17 43 37 26 21 16 14 = e) 17 = d) 11 = c) 10 = b) 5 y a) 3 None of the above Question 2 Determine the correlation coefficient for the data shown in this ta
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1313 - Quiz#9 Let A and B be events in a sample space S such that P(A) = 0.33, P(B) = 0.35 and P(A B) = 0.14. Find P(A | B). a) 0.2059 b) 0.4242 c) 0.4000 d) 0.9429 e) 0.0286 f) None of the above. Let A and B be events in a sample space S such that P(A) =
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PRINTABLE VERSION Qu iz 1 Question 1 True or False: A sample is a subset of all possible data values for a given subject under consideration. a) False b) True Question 2 True or False: The standard deviation is the square of the variance. a) True b) False
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Print Test 12/8/13 4:53 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 10 You scored 84 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. The z-score associated with the 85 percent confidence interval is a) 1.099 b) 1.236 c) 1.440 d) 1.943 e) 1.036 f) None of the above Question 2
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Print Test 12/8/13 4:48 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 14 You scored 91 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. State the type of hypothesis test to be used in the following situation: The Blue Diamond Company advertises that their nut mix contains (by w
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PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 7 You scored 82 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Find and classify the relative extrema, if any, for the function a) a relative maximum at x = 0. b) a relative maximum at x = 0 and a relative maximum at x = 2. c) a rela
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Calculus Test 2 2010 You scored 48 out of 48 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Evaluate the following limit: a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Evaluate the following limit: a) b) c) d) e) Question 3 Your answer is CORRECT. Find dy dx if a
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PRINTABLE VERSION Test 1 You scored 35 out of 50 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Calculate the derivative of a) b) c) d) e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Give the slope of the normal line to at the point where x = 0. a) b) c) d) e) Question 3 Your
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Print Test 12/8/13 4:54 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 9 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Identify the population of interest in the following situation: In order to assess the membership's attitudes about a new Supreme Court decisi
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Print Test 12/8/13 4:54 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 9 You scored 90 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Identify the population of interest the following situation: A radio talk show wanted to know whether Houstonians think Texas should type of sa
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Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Give a parameterization for the line segment from (5,3) to (-4,6). a) b) c) d) e) None of the above. f) Question 2 for 0 < t < 1 for 0 < t < 1 for 0 < t < 1 for 0 < t < 1 for 0 < t < 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Give
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Print Test 12/8/13 4:52 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 11 You scored 90 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is INCORRECT. As the length of the confidence interval for the population mean decreases, the degree of confidence in the interval's actually containing t
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PRINTABLE VERSION Qu iz 2 You scored 0 out of 100 Question 1 You did not answer the question. A researcher randomly selects 2 fish from among 10 fish in a tank and puts each of the 2 selected fish into different containers. How many ways can this be done?
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PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 12 You scored 0 out of 100 Question 1 You did not answer the question. In a hypothesis test, if the computed P-value is greater than a specified level of significance, then we a) reject the null hypothesis. b) fail to reject the nul
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Print Test 12/8/13 4:52 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 11 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. As the length of the confidence interval for the population mean increases, the degree of confidence in the interval's actually containing th
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PRINTABLE VERSION Qu iz 3 Question 1 The probability that a randomly selected person has high blood pressure (the event H) is P(H) = 0.2 and the probability that a randomly selected person is a runner (the event R) is P(R) = 0.4. The probability that a ra
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Print Test 10/13/13 4:35 PM PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 6 You scored 67 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Suppose that x is normally distributed with a mean of 20 and a standard deviation of 6. What is P(13.82 ! x ! 29.18)? a) 0.351 b) 0.437 c) 0.7
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PRINTABLE VERSION mini-quiz-ch4 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. The function f is graphed below on the interval [0,10].Give the number of valuesc between 0 and 10 which satisfy the conclusion of the mean value theorem for f. a
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Additional Review for test 5: x 1. Find the exponential function of the form f ( x ) = a which passes through the point (0, 1) and (2, 49). 2. Evaluate the given expression if it is defined. Otherwise, state that it is undefined. 1 log 4 16 3. Evalua
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Hypothesis tests and confidence intervals: Test Null Hypothesis One-sample z-test for means = o Test Statistic x o z= n _ x o One-sample t-test for means ; df = n1 t= = o s n _ w D 0 Matched Pairs t-test ; df = n 1 t= D = D 0 s/ n _ p p One-sample z-tes
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Course: Mathematics Of Signal Representations
Math 4355 - Fall 2015 Name: TEST #1 No notes or calculators allowed. Please, write clearly and justify all your steps, to get proper credit for your work. (1)[3 Pts] Let v: R,4 : % and consider the subspace vo C span cfw_(1,0, O, v given by -t), (2,0,0, 1
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Math 4355 Spring 2015 Name: TEST #2 This is an open-book test. No notes or calculator allowed. Please, write clearly and justify all your steps to get proper credit for your work. (1)[2 Pts] Without computing the Fourier coecients, answer the following qu
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Math 4355 Spring 2015 Name: TEST #3 NOTE: This is an open-book test. No notes or calculators allowed. Please, write clearly and justify all your steps to get proper credit for your work. (1) [6 Pts] Let f (x) = ea|x| , where a > 0. (a) Compute the Fourie
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Quiz 1 Advanced Linear Algebra Math 4377 / 6308 (Spring 2015) February 10, 2015 Name and ID: 10 points 1. Mark each statement True or False. Justify each answer. (1) A vector is an arrow in three-dimensional space. (2) A subset H of a vector space V is a
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Midterm 1 Advanced Linear Algebra Math 4377 / 6308 (Spring 2015) March 5, 2015 Name and ID: 20 points 1. Mark each statement True or False. Justify each answer. (If true, cite appropriate facts or theorems. If false, explain why or give a counterexample t
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Quiz 2 Advanced Linear Algebra Math 4377 / 6308 (Spring 2015) March 3, 2015 Name and ID: 15 points 1. Mark each statement True or False. Justify each answer. (If true, cite appropriate facts or theorems. If false, explain why or give a counterexample that
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Quiz 5 Advanced Linear Algebra Math 4377 / 6308 (Spring 2015) April 23, 2015 Name and ID: 10 points 1. Mark each statement True or False. Justify each answer. (If true, cite appropriate facts or theorems. If false, explain why or give a counterexample tha
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Advanced Linear Algebra Math 4377 / 6308 (Spring 2015) Quiz 4 April 9, 2015 Name and ID: 10 points 1. Mark each statement True or False. Justify each answer. (If true, cite appropriate facts or theorems. If false, explain why or give a counterexample that
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Quiz 3 Advanced Linear Algebra Math 4377 / 6308 (Spring 2015) March 31, 2015 Name and ID: 10 points 1. Mark each statement True or False. Justify each answer. (If true, cite appropriate facts or theorems. If false, explain why or give a counterexample tha
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Midterm Exam for MATH 4364 Handed out: 10/4/2012 Due: 10/16/2012 1. (20 (=5+5+10) points) Describe the Newtons method for locating the root of f (x) = x2 5 = 0. By drawing a carefully labelled graph, explain the graphical interpretation of the formula f
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Solution for Midterm Exam 1 1. (a) F. . there exist a basis , that is not necessarily orthonormal, . (b) T. (see exercise 11 in Section 5.2) (c) F. For example rotation matrix, sin cos cos sin (d) F. See Test for Diagonalization in page 269 of the bo
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Midterm Exam 1 for MATH 4378/6309: Advanced Linear Algebra In class, 90 minutes March 8th, 2012 1. Label the following statement as true or false. If false, correct the statement. (6 points each, 30 points in total) (a) Let T be a linear operator on an in
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am 1. Soldcfw_on \ 50M reaSons aura gm ) TfwL *7 > -> 0) ) $\nLe '5':\A 3 + , I 0 : 0 . a) Fuse. CanSIJLr A; O J ) L, [o] m 00 ( ausm'iZ/A 466 & /0(\/0+ A wwj row, U015 A9 L? no SOIMLDO/L. 721 con/cc? sw . k ,4 lg AK>2;) (5 0.45)! "J: L VJ. AM A [of/0+
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MATH 2331: Linear Algebra Fall 2014 Exam 2 November 11, 2014 Instructions This is a closed-book exam. Please read the following instructions before you proceed the exam. 0 You MUST use a blue book to write your answers. 0 Write your name and PeopleSoft ID
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Course: Partial Differential Equations
3363 War? 5/ 1 Exam 2 Problem 1 Solution ! PROBLEM: Suppose that each of c and L is a positive number. Derive the solution to 8% 28% _ = < < 8t2 (1325) c 8232 (:13, t) for O _ :C _ L amd all t in R, (1) u(O, t) = O for all t in R, (2) u(L, t) = 0 for all
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Math 3363 Examination I Solutions Spring 2015 Please use a pencil and do the problems in the order in which they are listed. 1. A rod of length L (units of length), insulated except perhaps at its ends, lies along the x-axis with its left end at coordinat
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Course: Advanced Linear Algebra I
Exam 2 Advanced Linear Algebra I (MATH 4377/6308) Fall 2013 A LL EXAMS WILL BE COLLECTED AT 12:45 PM SHARP ! Show all your work. If you use additional sheets of paper, turn these in too. If you want to use a theorem, state the theorem to the best of you
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Exam 1 Advanced Linear Algebra I (MATH 4377/6308) Fall 2013 A LL EXAMS WILL BE COLLECTED AT 12:45 PM SHARP ! Show all your work. If you use additional sheets of paper, turn these in too. If you want to use a theorem, state the theorem to the best of you
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Online Math 2311 Popper 2 Enter your answer choices by the deadline in your CASA account under EMCF named Popper 2. 1. The Scheduler for Test 1 is now open on CASA and you should make a reservation asap. 2. If you miss your scheduled time or arrive too la
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PRINTABLE VERSION Quiz 14 You scored 0 out of 100 Question 1 You did not answer the question. State the type of hypothesis test to be used in the following situation: Quart cartons of milk should contain at least 32 ounces. A sample of 22 cartons containe
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Online Math 2311 Popper 1 Enter your answer choices by the deadline in your CASA account under EMCF named Popper 1. 1. Practice Tests are for extra credit. A. True B. False 2. If I do not come to class to do the popper, I must still do it on my own time b
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Online Math 2311 Popper 3 Use the following sets to answer questions 1 and 2. U 1, 2, 4,5, 6,8,9,10 A 2, 4, 6,8,9 B 1, 2, 4,5 1. Find B Ac A. 6,8,9 2. Find Ac B B. 1, 2, 4,5,10 c C. 1,5,10 D. 1,5 Use the following Venn diagram, to answer questions 3 and
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Online Math 2311 Popper 4 1. If a sample has a mean of 23 and a standard deviation of 1.5, what is the value in the set that corresponds to a z-score of 1.8? A. 25.7 B. 0.4 C. 0.1174 D. -14.1333 2. A final statistics exam had a mean of 70 and a variance o
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Online Math 2311 Popper 5 1. If the least-squares equation relating the independent variable x and the dependent variable y for a given problem is y = 3x + 2, then an increase of 1 unit in x is associated with an increase of 3 units in y. A. True B. False
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Course: Concepts In Algebra
Online Math 2303 Popper 1 Enter your answer choices by the deadline in your CASA account under EMCF named Popper 1. 1. In order to convert the Hindu-Arabic numeral 5000 to a Babylonian numeral, we must divide by which of the following values first? A. 1 B
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Online Math 2303 Popper 2 Enter your answer choices by the deadline in your CASA account under EMCF named Popper 2. 1. Which of the following could be used to represent a set of digits for the base 8 numeration system? A. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
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Online Math 2303 Popper 5 1. Simplify. 63 2 28 5 112 A. 63 7 B. 4 7 C. 13 7 D. 7 1 2. Simplify. 100 2 A. 25 B. 100 C. 50 D. 10 C. 18 D. 81 2 3. Simplify. A. 3 4. Simplify. 27 3 B. 9 x8 z12 x2 y6 z 2 x 6 z10 A. y6 x3 z 5 B. y3 x2 z5 C. y2 x3 z 3 D. y3 5.
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Online Math 2303 Popper 3 1. Which of the following numbers is a divisor of 36? A. 5 B. 8 C. 12 D. 15 2. Which of the following numbers is a factor of 39? A. 2 B. 6 C. 9 D. 13 3. Give the prime factorization of 84. B. 12 7 A. 2 3 7 C. 2 32 7 D. 22 3 7 4.
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Online Math 2303 Popper 4 1. Determine the value of 100 . A. 1 B. 0 C. 10 D. -10 E. -1 D. 10 E. -10 2. Determine the value of 10 . 0 A. -1 B. 1 C. 0 3. Determine the value of 102 . A. -20 B. 20 C. 100 D. -100 4. Determine the value of 10 . 2 A. -20 B. 20
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Course: ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
1. If a problem asks for the average rate of change, which one of the following is needed to calculate? A. Original function B. Derivative C. Difference Quotient Use the following problem to answer questions 2 & 3. The losses (in millions of dollars) due
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Use f ( x) x 6 x to answer questions 1 3. 2 1. Find the slope of the tangent line at x = -1. 2. For what value(s) of x is the line tangent horizontal? 3. For what value(s) of x is the slope of the tangent line equal to 6? A. -5 B. 6 C. -8 D. 3 E. 0 and 6
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 4 Section 2.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. The Bata Aerobics Company manufactures two models of steppers used for aerobics exercises. To manufacture each luxury model requires 20 lb of plastic and 9 min of labor. T
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Course: Advanced Linear Algebra I
Math 4377/6308 Advanced Linear Algebra I Dr. Vaughn Climenhaga, PGH 651A Spring 2013 HOMEWORK 4 solutions Due 4pm Thursday, February 14. You will be graded not only on the correctness of your answers but also on the clarity and completeness of your commun
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Course: Analysis
Solutions, Assignment #6 Section 21. x2 4x 5 (x + 1)(x 5) = lim = lim (x + 1) = 6. Set f (5) = 6. x5 x5 x5 x5 x5 3. lim 6. (a) True. Set g(x) k , constant. Then g is continuous on R. By Theorem 21.6 (a) g f = kf is continuous on D. (b) True. g = (f + g) f
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 2 Section 1.5b(2nd Half) Use the following problem to answer questions 1 5 The cost for producing a certain product is $65 each. The fixed costs are $120,000. The selling price for each product is $90. 1. What is the cost function? a. C
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Course: Statistics
Math 2311 Written Homework 4 (Sections 3.1-3.3) ) KEY 15 points total give 1 for each problem attempted and 0.5 point for each problem correct Name:_ PeopleSoft ID:_ Instructions: Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 14 Section 5.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 and 2. In a survey of 480 students, 253 indicated that play the piano, 268 indicated that they play the harp and 73 indicated they play the piano and the harp. 1. How many s
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Math 2311 Written Homework 8 (Sections 5.4 5.6) KEY 15 points total give 2 pts for each problem attempted and 1 pt for each problem correct Name:_ PeopleSoft ID:_ Instructions: Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be su
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Math 1330 Homework 22 (5.4, models) Problem 5.4.46 refers to problem 46 in Chapter 5, Section 4 of the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 22. 1. Problem 5.4.46 A. 2/3 B. 5; 2/3 C. doesnt exist; 2/3 D. -5; E. 2
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Problem 8 was worded badly - all students got credit for this problem
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 15 Section 5.3 1. Four different types of monthly commuter passes are offered by a citys local transit authority for three different groups of passengers: youths, adults, and senior citizens. How many different kinds of passes must be p
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Math 1330 Homework 9 (8.2a) Problem 8.2.50 refers to problem 50 in Chapter 8, Section 2 of the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 9. 1. Problem 8.2.50 A. (x 5) + ( y 5) C. x2 + y 2 = 5 E. None of the above 2 2
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 1 Section 1.5(1st Half) Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. A $1,000,000 building is depreciated linearly over 40 years. The scrap value will be $0. 1. Find the rate of depreciation. a. -$25,000 b. -$1,000,000 c. $1,000,0
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Course: Precalculus
Math 1330 Homework 3 (2.1) Problem 2.1.10 refers to problem 10 in Chapter 2, Section 1 in the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 3. 1. Problem 2.1.10 A. B. y = 2 x + 2 C. y = 2 x + 1 D. y = 0.5 x + 2 E. 2. y =
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 3 Section 2.1 Answer questions 1 - 3 for problem number 10 from the book. 1. Give the corners of the feasible set. a. (0,0), (0,5), (5,0) b. (0,0), (0,5), (3,0) c. (0,0), (0,5), (3,0), (2,3) d. (3,0), (5,0), (2,3) e. (0,5), (0,9), (2,3)
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 2 (Sections 1.5 & 2.1) Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit this assignment at http:/www.casa.uh.edu under "EMCF" and cho
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Math 1330 Homework 17 (5.4) Problem 5.4.10 refers to problem 10 in Chapter 5, Section 4 in the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 17. 1. Problem 5.4.10 a A. B. 3 3 ; = the number in the interval [0, 1] , whose
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Online Math 1313 Homework 2 Answer the questions below and record your answers in your CASA account. Go to the EMCF tab on the top menu and choose Homework 2 on the EMCF assignment list. You must record your answers by the deadline given. No late homework
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 6 (Sections 4.1 4.4) Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit this assignment at http:/www.casa.uh.edu under "EMCF" and choos
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Math 1330 Homework 30 (7.3) The homework problems come from the exercises in Chapter 7 of the online text. Problem 7.3.4 refers to problem 4 in Chapter 7, Section 3. Record your answers to these problems in the EMCF titled Homework 30. Note: Some of the h
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 10 Section 4.2 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 and 2. Corrie bought a new flat screen 60 inch television and a speaker system from a local electronics store on credit. The store will charge 14% per year compounded monthl
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 11 Section 4.3 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. Candy purchases a new guitar costing $4,200. She put down 20% and finance the rest for 2 years through the store. The store will charge her 14% per year compounded quarte
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Course: Finite Math
Math 1313 Homework 5 Section 3.2 1. The choices for problem number 8 from the book are given below. a. Row Reduced b. Not Row Reduced 2. The choices for problem number 10 from the book are given below. a. Row Reduced b. Not Row Reduced 3. The choices for
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Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 12 Section 5.3 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. Candy purchases a new guitar costing $3,700. She put down 15% and finance the rest for 2 years through the store. The store will charge her 12% per year compounded monthl
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Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 1 Sections 1.3 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. A $1,000,000 building is depreciated linearly over 40 years. The scrap value will be $0. 1. Find the rate of depreciation. a. -$25,000 b. -$1,000,000 c. $1,000,000 d. $25
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MATH 4377, ADVANCED LINEAR ALGEBRA, SUMMER 2011, Key to HW#1 Due date: Tuesday, June 7th Remark: In order to do this set of hw, you may need to read the Appendics about the denition of the elds. 1. Recall that complex numbers of the form x = a + bi with a
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 5 (Sections 4.1 & Ch 3 review) Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit this assignment at http:/www.casa.uh.edu under "EMCF"
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Course: Math 1313
Math 1313 Homework 2 Section 1.4 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 5 The cost for producing a certain product is $65 each. The fixed costs are $120,000. The selling price for each product is $90. 1. What is the cost function? a. C(x) = 65x 1
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO PROBABLITY AND STATISTICS
Math 2311 EMCF Homework 4 (Sections 3.1-3.3) Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit this assignment at http:/www.casa.uh.edu under "EMCF" and choos
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Math 1313 Online Homework 1 1. The choices for problem number 20 from section 1.2 in the book are given below. Find the xintercept and y-intercept. a. b. c. d. e. x-intercept: (0,2) y-intercept: (5,0) x-intercept: (-2/5,0) y-intercept: (0,5) x-intercept:
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Math 1313 Homework 9 Section 3.3 Answer questions 1 and 2 for problem number 7 from the book. 1. Give the corner points. a. (0,0), (0,6), (3,3) b. (0,0), (0,6), (6,0) c. (0,0), (0,6), (6,0), (3,3) d. (0,0), (6,0), (3,3), (0,3) e. (0,0), (0,6), (3,3), (3,0
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Math 1313 Homework 23 Section 7.6 Use the following problem to answer questions 1 3. Urn 1 contains 4 green and 5 yellow marbles. Urn 2 contains 7 green and 4 yellow marbles. An experiment consists of choosing one of two urns at random then drawing a marb
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Math 1313 Homework 16 Section 6.3 1. Five different types of monthly commuter passes are offered by a citys local transit authority for three different groups of passengers: youths, adults, and senior citizens. How many different kinds of passes must be p
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Course: Transition To Advanced Math
ASSIGNMENT 05: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS SOLUTIONS Problem 1. (8 points each) Exercise 2.2: Problem 13(a, d). (a) AB = cfw_(1, a), (1, e), (1, k), (1, n), (1, r), (3, a), (3, e), (3, k), (3, n), (3, r), (5, a), (5, e), (5, k), (5, n), (5, r), BA
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ASSIGNMENT 03: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS Problem 1. (10 points each) Provide either a proof or a counterexample for each of these statements. (a) For all positive integers x, x2 + x + 41 is a prime. FALSE. If x = 41, then 412 + 41 + 41 = 41(41 +
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ASSIGNMENT 01: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS Problem 1. Let x and y be integers. Prove that (a) if x and y are odd, then x + y is even. Proof. Assume x and y are two odd integers. Then x = 2k + 1 and y = 2l + 1 for some k, l Z, and x + y = 2k + 1 + 2
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ASSIGNMENT 02 SOLUTION: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS Problem 1. Let x and y be integers. Prove the following by contraposition. (a) If x2 is not divisible by 4, then x is odd. Proof. By contraposition, we need to show: If x is even, then x2 is divis
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ASSIGNMENT 04: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS SOLUTIONS Problem 1. Exercise 2.1: Problem 15(b, d, f, g, h) and Problem 16 (b, d). (10 points) Problem 15 (b) If x A, then cfw_x P(A). TRUE, since cfw_x A. (d) If cfw_x, y P(A),then x A and y A. TRUE, sin
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ASSIGNMENT 08: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS SOLUTIONS Problem 1. Exercise 3.1: Problem 1. Let T be the relation T = cfw_(3, 1), (2, 3), (3, 5), (2, 2), (1, 6), (2, 6), (1, 2). Find the following: (a) Dom(T ) = cfw_1, 2, 3 (b) Rng(T ) = cfw_1, 2, 3,
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ASSIGNMENT 07: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS SOLUTIONS Problem 1. Exercise 2.5: Problem 5(a). Use the PMI to show that each of the following statements about Fibonacci numbers is true: (a) f3n is even and both f3n+1 and f3n+2 are odd for all n N. Pro
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ASSIGNMENT 06: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS SOLUTIONS Problem 1. Exercise 2.4: Problem 6(c, e, j) (c) Use the PMI to prove n 2i = 2n+1 2 for all natural numbers n. i=1 n 2i = 2n+1 2. Proof. Let S = cfw_n N : i=1 (i) For n = 1, the statement 1 2i = 2
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Course: Transition To Advanced Math
ASSIGNMENT 02: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS DUE, FEB 12, 2015 Problem 1. Let x and y be integers. Prove the following by contraposition. (a) If x2 is not divisible by 4, then x is odd. (b) If xy is odd, then x and y are odd. (c) If x does not divide
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Course: Transition To Advanced Math
ASSIGNMENT 01: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS DUE, FEB 03, 2015 Problem 1. Let x and y be integers. Prove that (a) if x and y are odd, then x + y is even. (b) if x and y are even, then x2 y is divisible by 8. Problem 2. Let x be an integer. Prove that
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Course: Transition To Advanced Math
ASSIGNMENT 09: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS DUE, APRIL 30, 2015 Problem 1. Exercise 3.3: Problem 2. Problem 2. Exercise 3.3: Problem 3(b, d, f ). Problem 3. Exercise 3.3: Problem 6(a, c). Problem 4. Exercise 3.4: Problem 1(b, e). Problem 5. Exercise
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Course: Transition To Advanced Math
ASSIGNMENT 07: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS DUE, APRIL 09, 2015 Problem 1. Exercise 2.5: Problem 5(a). Problem 2. Exercise 2.5: Problem 6(c). Problem 3. Exercise 2.5: Problem 6(d). Problem 4. Using well-ordering principle, prove that every natural n
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Course: Transition To Advanced Math
ASSIGNMENT 06: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS DUE, MARCH 31, 2015 Problem 1. Exercise 2.4: Problem 6(c, e, j). Problem 2. Exercise 2.4: Problem 7(c, m). Problem 3. Exercise 2.4: Problem 8(b, d). Problem 4. Do not hand in, for practice only. Exercise 2
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ASSIGNMENT 08: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS DUE, APRIL 16, 2015 Problem 1. Exercise 3.1: Problem 1. Problem 2. Exercise 3.1: Problem 2(b, d, f ). Problem 3. Exercise 3.2: Problem 1(b, g, i). Problem 4. Exercise 3.2: Problem 5(a, e). Problem 5. Exerc
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Course: Transition To Advanced Math
ASSIGNMENT 03: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS DUE, FEB 19, 2015 Problem 1. Provide either a proof or a counterexample for each of these statements. (a) For all positive integers x, x2 + x + 41 is a prime. (b) For integers a, b, c, if a divides bc, the
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Course: Transition To Advanced Math
ASSIGNMENT 04: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS DUE, MARCH 03, 2015 Problem 1. Exercise 2.1: Problem 15(b, d, f, g, h) and Problem 16 (b, d). Problem 2. Let A and B be sets. Prove that A = B if and only if P(A) = P(B). Problem 3. Exercise 2.2: Problem 2
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Course: Transition To Advanced Math
ASSIGNMENT 05: TRANSITION TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS DUE, MARCH 10, 2015 Problem 1. Exercise 2.2: Problem 13(a, d). Problem 2. Exercise 2.2: Problem 16(a, c). Problem 3. Exercise 2.3: Problem 1(b, f, j, l, n). Problem 4. Exercise 2.3: Problem 6. Problem 5. P
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Course: Precalculus
Math 1330 Homework 17 (5.2) Problem 5.2.2 refers to problem 2 in Chapter 5, Section 2 in the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 17. 1. Problem 5.2.2 A. B. period is 8 units, amplitude is 5 units C. period is 5
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Course: Precalculus
Math 1330 Homework 1 (1.1& 1.2) Problem 1.1.12 refers to problem 12 in Chapter 1, Section 1 of the online text. answers to all of the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 1. 1. Record your Problem 1.1.12 A. B. , 1 1, C. , 1 1, 6 6 , D. , 1 1, E. 2
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Course: Precalculus
Math 1330 Homework 5 (2.2) Problem 2.2.10 refers to problem 10 in Chapter 2, Section 2 in the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 5. 1. Problem 2.2.10 a A. B. 2. yes no Problem 2.2.20 a A. B. 3. yes no Problem
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Course: Precalculus
Math 1330 Homework 2 (1.3 & 1.4) Problem 1.3.10 refers to problem 10 in Chapter 1, Section 3 of the online text. Record your answers to all of the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 2. 1. Problem 1.3.14 Which of the following describes the transformatio
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Course: Precalculus
Math 1330 Homework 20 (5.4, models) Problem 5.4.46 refers to problem 46 in Chapter 5, Section 4 of the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 20. 1. Problem 5.4.46 A. 2/3 B. 5; 2/3 C. doesnt exist; 2/3 D. -5; E. 2
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Course: Precalculus
Math 1330 Homework 28 (7.3) The homework problems come from the exercises in Chapter 7 of the online text. Problem 7.3.4 refers to problem 4 in Chapter 7, Section 3. Record your answers to these problems in the EMCF titled Homework 28. Note: Some of the h
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Math 1330 Homework 15 (5.4) Problem 5.4.10 refers to problem 10 in Chapter 5, Section 4 in the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 15. 1. Problem 5.4.10 a A. B. 3 3 ; cos 1 = the number in the interval [0, 1]
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Math 1330 Homework 13 (4.2) Problem 4.2.4 refers to problem 4 in Chapter 4, Section 2 in the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 13. 1. Problem 4.2.4 A. 2. 51 10 C. 51 D. none of these B. 2 C. 2 D. none of thes
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Math 1330 Homework 14 (4.3) Problem 4.3.10 refers to problem 10 in Chapter 4, Section 3 in the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 14. 1. Problem 4.3.10 b A. B. 110, 250, 600 C. 110, 230, 600 D. 470, E. 2. 470,
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Math 1330 Homework 12 (4.1) Problem 4.1.12 refers to problem 12 in Chapter 4, Section 1 from the online text. Record your answers to all the problems in the EMCF titled Homework 12. 1. Problem 4.1.12 A. B. 7 C. 7 2 2 D. 7 2 E. 2. 7 2 None of these B. 4 3
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 13 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignm
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Alternate Assignment Week 12 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignment at http:/www
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Alternate Assignment Week 11 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignment at http:/www
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 10 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignm
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 9 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 8 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 7 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 6 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 5 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 4 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 3 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
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Course: Calculus 3
MATH 2433 Online, Section 18537 Fall 2011 Problem Session Alternate Assignment Week 2 Instructions Homework will NOT be accepted through email or in person. Homework must be submitted through CourseWare BEFORE the deadline. Submit the completed assignme
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Course: Stats
Math 2311 Final Exam Review 1. The probability that a randomly selected person has high blood pressure (the event H) is P(H) = 0.4 and the probability that a randomly selected person is a runner (the event R) is P(R) = 0.4. The probability that a randomly
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Math 2311 Test 2 Review Know all definitons! 1. Think about a density curve that consists of two line segments. The first goes from the point (0, 1) to the point (0.4, 1). The second goes from (0.4, 1) to (0.8, 2) in the xy plane. Let X be the continuous
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Course: Stats
Math 2311 Test 1 Review Know all definitions! 1. State whether each situation is categorical or quantitative. If quantitative, state whether its discrete or continuous. a. The amount a person grew (in height) in a year. categorical, quantitative discrete
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Math 2311 Test 3 Review 17 multiple choice questions. Numbers 1 7, 10 points each and numbers 8 17, 3 points each. 1. True or False? a. The width of a confidence interval narrows as the sample size increase. b. The width of a confidence interval widens as
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Course: Stats
Print Test Page 1 of 10 PRINTABLE VERSION Practice Test 3 Question 1 A rectangular box is 2.5 feet wide by 6 feet long by 4 feet high. Find the volume of the box in cubic feet. a) 1953.125 b) 68 c) 98 d) 60 e) 156.25 f) None of these. Question 2 Solve the
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Math 2303 Test 1 Review Part II Material Covered: Sections 1.1, 1.3 1.7 The following tables will be given on Test 1 at CASA Testing. It will be a link! Math 2303 Test 1 Review Part II 1 Math 2303 Test 1 Review Part II 2 1. Change to the given quantity in
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Math 2303 Test 3 Extra Review Problems 1. Find the domain of each of the following functions. a. f ( x) 2 x 1 b. f ( x) x x 1 c. f ( x) x x2 d. f ( x) x 1 5 2. Find the slope of the line that passes through the points (9 , 7) and (4 , 3). Then find an
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Math 2303 Test 2 Review 1. Classify each number below as rational, irrational, integer, whole number, and/or natural number. a. 23 rational, irrational, integer, whole number, natural number b. rational, irrational, integer, whole number, natural number c
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Math 2303 Test 1 Review Part I Material Covered: Sections 1.1, 1.3 1.7 The following tables will be given on Test 1 at CASA Testing. It will be a link! Math 2303 Test 1 Review Part I 1 1. Convert the following to a Hindu- Arabic numeral. a. XVDXCII b. c.
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Course: MATH
MATH 1431TIPS FOR SUCCESS Here are some tips that should help you succeed in Math 1431. I might add to these throughout the semester, so check this page more than once! Hit the Ground Running: The rst two weeks there is the Placement Examwhich has the va
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8/21/13 Rebecca George - Math 1431 Math 1431 - 15477 Rebecca George - bekki@math.uh.edu Read the Syllabus Use the Discussion Board on CourseWare to get and give help. Lecture notes/videos, additional help material, course announcements, homework and EMCFs
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