Math 163-01
Calculus III
Fall 2010
Instructor: Fred Kuczmarski
Phone:
546-6993
Office: Foss Building 5348
E-mail: [email protected]
Hours: 10:30-11:20 daily and by appointment.
Text: Calculus: Early Transcendentals, Sixth Edition, James Stewart
Prere
Precalculus I M&141 S1 Fall 2014
Item
1343
Dept
MATH
Num
141
Section
S1
Cr
5
Start
0830A
End
0920A
Days
M-F
Room
2205
Start Dt
9/24
End Dt
12/11
Instructor: Przemyslaw Wyzgowski
Office: 5375
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: M, W 10:45 1:00
Co
STATISTICS (LEYDEN)
WINTER 2017
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Final Exam
Before you begin, please place your photo ID and your graphing calculator on your desk. You have 120 minutes to
complete this closed book test; you may leave when you are finished. There are no
STATISTICS (LEYDEN)
WINTER 2017
NAME:_
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Midterm Exam
Before you begin, please place your photo ID and your graphing calculator on your desk. You have 120 minutes to
complete this 50-point closed book test; you may leave when you are finished. T
Parameter value summarizing data
(ex. Average GPA of all SCC students= 3.24; = 3.24)
Statistic value summarizing sample data
(ex. Average GPA of sample of SCC students = 3.18)
Variables
Numerical/Quantitative Variable quantifies an element of the populati
Syllabus for Math 211 Section S1, Winter 2016
Elements of Statistical Method
Instructor: Mark Sullivan
Email: [email protected]
Office: Room 1419
Office Hours: M/W/F 8:309:20am
Class Website: Canvas: https:/shoreline.instructure.com/
Textbook: Stat
FINAL EXAM Self-Assessment 1 Answers
1. The Gift Basket Store has premade gift baskets, containing the following combinations of items, in-stock.
Coffee
Tea
Cookies
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12
Mugs
13
10
Candy
10
12
If one gift basket is randomly chosen. Find the probability
FINAL EXAM Self-Assessment 1
Statistics Final Exam Review Problems (Optional)
This is a selection of problems that have come from previous final exams. Your final exam will certainly have
different problems, but these can give you an idea of what to expe
MIDTERM DISCUSSION PROBLEMS: SET 2
You are expected to post your analysis for one, and only one problem, chosen from either SET 1 or SET 2 of the
Midterm Discussion Problems collections.
Hopefully you are addressing all 30 of the problems in this collecti
MIDTERM EXAM Self-Assessment 1
Statistics Midterm Review Problems (Optional)
This is a selection of problems that have come from previous midterms. Your midterm exam will certainly
have different problems, but these can give you an idea of what to expect
MIDTERM EXAM Self-Assessment 2
Statistics Midterm Review Problems (Optional)
This is a selection of problems that have come from previous midterms. Your midterm exam will certainly have
different problems, but these can give you an idea of what to expect.
MIDTERM DISCUSSION PROBLEMS: SET 1
You are expected to post your analysis for one, and only one problem, chosen from either SET 1 or SET 2 of the
Midterm Discussion Problems collections.
If you choose to select an item from those numbered 1 through 20 in
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Nice work!
Write an equation, not just
an expression. It changes
the underlying meaning.
Write: y=x+5
Be careful! Show the
asymptotic behavior.
Divide by the original denominator: x^2-2x.
Only one of these is an intercept.
It is not!
This
Written Homework #1 for MATH&141 - Solutions
Write careful, complete solutions for the following problems and submit them according to the Directions for
Submitting Written Assignments and Writing Mathematics, which can be found in the Orientation to Math
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