MATH 201
DB FORUM 1 INSTRUCTIONS AND RUBRIC
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5 Point
Standard Deviation: 1.58
6 point
Standard Deviation: 6.28
Mean= 5.00
Mean: 7.50
Median= 5.00
Median: 5.50
1. a.) The impact of the new pint on the standard
Hypothesis a statement about a population parameter that can be tested
Null hypothesis (H0): no difference btw pop parameter and a given value
H1: there is a difference btw pop parameter and a given v
Temperature Frequency Distribution Data Analysis
After reviewing the data from the provided table I have come to a few
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Math 201 Web Assign Homework Guide
Chapter One Homework
Be careful with these questions: for questions 1 & 6, you will get three attempts to give the
correct response and for question 5, you get five
MATH 201
PROJECT 3 INSTRUCTIONS
Based on Larson & Farber: sections 5.25.3
Go to this website. First, set the date range to be for exactly 1 year ending with the Monday that this course
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MATH 201
PROJECT 1 INSTRUCTIONS
Based on Larson & Farber: section 2.1
Use the Project 1 Data Set to create the graphs and tables in Questions 14 and to answer both parts of
Question 5. If you cannot f
Mini Project 1: Standard Deviation
1. a) What is the impact of the new point on the standard deviation?
ANSWER: The new point will cause the deviation on the chart to move towards the new
point that w
MATH 201
Mini Project 1: Standard Deviation
Log into our course on www.coursecompass.com and then select the Multimedia Library button.
Next, check the Java Applets box and click Find Now. Then select
Statistics Formulas:
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Math 201 Web Assign Homework Guide
Chapter 5.4 Homework

Question 1: Page 208 introduces the random variable that describes the number of
attempts until our first success. (You only get a few chances
Exercises
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6.29. What is the message expansion of NTRU in terms of N , p, and q?
6.30. The guidelines for choosing NTRU public parameters (N, p, q, d) require
that gcd(p, q) = 1. Prove that if p 
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7. Digital Signatures
It remains to explain how to find a complementary halfbasis satisfying (7.6). We begin with a definition.
Definition. Let a(x) and b(x) be polynomials with rational coecient
7.2. RSA digital signatures
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Key Creation
Choose secret primes p and q.
Choose verification exponent v
with
gcd(v, (p 1)(q 1) = 1.
Publish N = pq and v.
Signing
Compute s satisfying
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7. Digital Signatures
The vectors F and G are reasonably small, F = 6.633 and G = 7.000.
Further, one can check that f G g F = 23.
We remark that the Hadamard ratio of the short private basis is m
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Public Parameter Creation
A trusted party chooses and publishes large primes p and q satisfying
p 1 (mod q) and an element g of order q modulo p.
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Victor
Key Creation
6.12. Lattice reduction algorithms
6.12.4
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Generalizations of LLL
There have been many improvements to and generalizations of the LLL algorithm. Most of these methods involve trading increased runn
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The standard solution to this problem is to use a hash function, which is
an easily computable function
Hash : (arbitrary size documents) cfw_0, 1k
that is very hard to inver
Old Testament Prophecies
But you, Bethlehem Ephrathah, though you are small among the clans of Judah, out of you will come for
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If a zscore if zero, which of the following must be true?
Definition:
The corresponding xvale is equal to the mean, because the zscore is equal to the difference the xvalue and the mean, divided by the standard deviation.
Study Notes Test 2 3.15.3
10 terms
Vocabulary for Study Notes Test 2 3.15.3. Find, create, and access Standard Deviation, Probability theory, Probability And Statistics flashcards with Course Hero.
12 terms
Term:
The mean is the measure of central tendency affected by an extreme value (outlier)
Definition:
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Study 1  2
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