U.S. and Texas Politics and Constitution
Political Socialization and Public Opinion
September 27, 2016
J. B R YA N C O L E
POLS 1336
Political Socialization
What Do Americans Think?
Note the transition that is occurring today in
terms of what we are study
Worksheet 1.3, Transformations of functions
MATH 1410
1. Suppose f (x) = x3 . Graph the curves y = f (x), y = f (2x) and y = f (5x) on the same graph.
Describe the transformations that turns the first curve into the other two.
x
2. Suppose f (x) = x3 . Gr
U.S. Politics and Constitution
Civil Rights I
September 20, 2016
J. B R YA N C O L E
POLS 1336
Department Open House
Tuesday, September 20
11:45 AM 1:30 PM
PGH 448 (The Werlin Room)
Welcoming all potential and current majors and minors to an opportunity
U.S. and Texas Politics and Constitution
Civil Liberties
September 13, 2016
J. B R YA N C O L E
POLS 1336
What are Civil Liberties?
What are Civil Liberties?
Definition: constitutionally established
guarantees that protect citizens, opinions,
and property
Course Introduction
What is Politics? What is Government?
August 23, 2016
J. B r y a n C o l e
P O L S 1 3 3 6 : U. S . a n d Te x a s P o l i t i c s a n d
Constitution
Who am I?
J. Bryan Cole
Basic Information
Originally from Lake
Charles, Louisiana
P
Worksheet 1.4, Symmetries of functions
MATH 1410
1. Graph the functions below and decide if they are even, odd, or neither even nor odd.
(a) f (x) = 3x4 + 3
(b) f (x) = 2x3 x
(c) f (x) = 2x3 x + 2
(d) f (x) =
1
x2 + 1
(e) f (x) =
x
x2 + 1
2. You are given
LAB 2
1. Create a structure array called Genes, storing gene expression measurements over several
experiments, which will have 2 different records with the following fields:
- Gene_Symbol: BRCA1
- Gene_Name: Breast cancer type 1 susceptibility protein
- E
BIOE 1331
Lab 1, February 2, 2016
Lab 1 Objectives:
- Become familiar with the MATLAB Desktop
- Learn to create variables at the Command prompt/ Command Window; assign values to
them and use them to perform mathematical operations
- Learn to create script
Lab 3
1) a) For the arrays x and y given below, create a new variable z, which will consist of all the
elements in y that different than the corresponding elements in x (solve this with a single
command!).
x = [-3, 1, 1, 2, 4, 8, 9], y = [-5, -2, 1, 3, 4,
Homework 3
1. Use a single command to create a row array (named b) with 19 elements as follows:
b = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Do not type the array values explicitly!
2. Create and plot the function:
10
f ( x) 0
3
0 x2
2 x5
5 x7
3. Create an
Homework 4
1. For the matrices X and Y given below, with one command, create a new variable Z,
which will consist of all the elements in X that greater than the corresponding
elements in Y.
3 0 0
5 2 0
X = 2 4 8
Y = 3 4 10
9 7 7
9 2 6
,
Using onl
Homework 2
Use MATLAB to answer the following questions.
1. Suppose you have the following arrays:
a. Select only the second row of B.
b. Evaluate the sum of the second row of B.
c. Multiply the second column of A by the first column of A in an element by
Homework 1
Use MATLAB to answer the following questions.
1. Suppose that x = 2 and y = 5. Calculate:
2. Evaluate the expressions.
For question 3, remember that acceleration due to gravity is about 9.8 m/s2.
3. a. With what initial speed must you throw a b