Comp 003 for Exam I Practice Problems
1. The metric prefix micro represents:
A. 1,000
B. 0.00 001
C. 1,000, 000
D. 0.000 000 001
E. 0.01
2. 30 days is equal to
A. 700 hours
B. 43,200 s.
C. 2,592,000 s
D. 10080 minutes
3. The tallest basketball player on c
function [Lsum Error] = left_sum(n)
%Rebecca Brintzenhofe
%This function is going to take in a positive integer n, and check to make
ure the number entered was actually an integer. If n is not a positive
%integer it will exit with an error message "That w
Lab 5
Due: Thursday, October 8, 2015
All written portions of this lab are due by the beginning of class on the due date. The
programs are due by 11:59 on the due date. Please refer to the Lab Guidelines for style
guidelines and the grading rubric. Dont fo
Lab 4
Due: Tuesday, October 6, 2015
All written portions of this lab are due by the beginning of class on the due date. The
programs are due by 11:59 on the due date. Please refer to the Lab Guidelines for style
guidelines and the grading rubric. Dont for
Lab 6
Due: Tuesday, October 13, 2015
All written portions of this lab are due by the beginning of class on the due date. The
programs are due by 11:59 on the due date. Please refer to the Lab Guidelines for style
guidelines and the grading rubric. Dont fo
Lab 9
Due: Thursday, November 19, 2015
All written portions of this lab are due by the beginning of class on the due date. The
programs are due by 11:59 on the due date. Please refer to the Lab Guidelines for style
guidelines and the grading rubric. Dont
Lab 1
Due: Wednesday, September 8, 2015
All written portions of this lab are due by the beginning of class on the due date. The
programs are due by 11:59 on the due date. Please refer to the Lab Guidelines for style
guidelines and the grading rubric. Dont
Mathematics 315
Exam One
February 27, 2015
Each problem is worth ten points. This exam is due in class on Friday,
March 6. You may use your class text and any notes you took in class, but
that is all. Good luck!
1. Recall that if S is a set, then the powe
Lab 7
Due: Thursday, October 29, 2015
All written portions of this lab are due by the beginning of class on the due date. The
programs are due by 11:59 on the due date. Please refer to the Lab Guidelines for style
guidelines and the grading rubric. Dont f
Lab 3
Due: Tuesday, September 22, 2015
All written portions of this lab are due by the beginning of class on the due date. The
programs are due by 11:59 on the due date. Please refer to the Lab Guidelines for style
guidelines and the grading rubric. Dont
Lab 8
Due: Thursday, November 5, 2015
All written portions of this lab are due by the beginning of class on the due date. The
programs are due by 11:59 on the due date. Please refer to the Lab Guidelines for style
guidelines and the grading rubric. Dont f
%This program is going to consider the functions f(x) = e^(-2x) and
%g(x)=sin(x) on the interval [0,2] with four evenly spaced points on that
%interval. It will take these points and compute the cubic Newton
%polynomial. The output will be two subplots, t
%This function is going to take in a positive integer n, and check to make
ure the number entered was actually an integer. If n is not a positive
%integer it will exit with an error message "That was not a positive
%integer". It will then compute the left
%This program is going to prompt the user for a positive integer, n in base
%10, and check that it is, in fact a positive integer and exits with an
%error message saying "n is not a positive intger" if n is not a
%positive integer. Then it will prompt the
TERMINOLOGY TEST II
Intro to Black Diaspora | HIST 005 - Section 1
Fall 2016
Define the terms listed below. Provide enough information to sufficiently convey the meaning of each term as it
relates to the focus of the course and/or course material (minimum
Freshman Seminar 2015
Group Self-Assessment for Presentations
Include each participating group members name, and outline his/her name contribution to the project.
Name
Contribution to Project
F
Self-Score your groups presentation using this rubric.
The pr
Creating a Thesis
The thesis is the main argument youre making in your essay. It is a critical claim
about your topic. It is your promise to your reader about what the paper is going to
be about. Usually a thesis is 1-2 sentences and comes at the end of t
Causal Analysis/Persuasion Essay 4
Peer Review
Emphasis: Analysis, Transitions, Conclusion
Author:
Reviewer:
Please read your peers essay and other website components carefully. As you review, be
alert for mechanical errors, awkward phrasing, redundancies
Determinants of NBA Player Salaries
By Dr. Robert Lyons Jr.
Introduction: Everyone knows that in professional sports, contracts are what drive the players
and teams towards success. With this being said, a lot of factors play an important role in determin
MIDTERM Take-Home Exam
Intro to Black Diaspora | HIST 005 - Section 1
Fall 2016
Define the terms listed below. Provide enough information to sufficiently convey the meaning of each term as it
relates to the focus of the course and/or course material (mini
Isaiah Fludd
HHPL 002
Ms.Meissner
Swimming in my family tree goes back a couple of generations about three to be
exact. My parents learned to swim as teens at the local pool, and they have been pretty good in
the water ever since. My mother went on to swi
NBA Player Salaries
Determinants of NBA Player Salaries
Dr. Robert Lyons Jr. (Lead Author)
Associate Professor
Sport Management
Queens University of Charlotte
Charlotte, NC
lyonsr@queens.edu
(704) 688-2852
Dr. E. Newton Jackson Jr.
Professor
Sport Managem
%This program is going to consider the function cos(x+1) on [pi/5-1,pi-1].
%It will use the bisection method to find the root in the interval above
%until the error between the exact root and your computed root is less than
%10^-5. The output will be the
%This program is going to consider the function f(x)=pi-cos^2(x) with three
%equally spaced nodes between [-pi/4,pi/4]. It will compute and plot the
econd order Lagrange Polynomial with three equally spaced nodes on this
%interval. The plot will be of two
Lab 1
Due: Tuesday, September 15, 2015
All written portions of this lab are due by the beginning of class on the due date. The
programs are due by 11:59 on the due date. Please refer to the Lab Guidelines for style
guidelines and the grading rubric. Dont