Hunter College of The City University of New York
STAT213IntroductiontoAppliedStatistics 3hrs,3cr
Learning Outcomes: This course emphasizes statistical literacy and develops statistical
thinking. Statistical literacy is promoted throughout the text in the
CCNY 203 Fall 2011 Final Solutions
1a: Take cross products of the displacement vectors to get a normal to plane P:
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8- 2, 4, - 2<
That gives an equation of the plane from the normal vector and a point:
CCNY 203 Fall 2010 Final Solutions
1a: We take the cross product of the vector along the line and a displacement vector from the point to a point on the line to get a
normal to plane P:
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82, 0, 3<
That gives
Math 185 PR FINAL December 17, 2009
Answer ANY 10 COMPLETE questions OUT OF 12. Show your work/computations. Only
non-computer/non-cell phone calculators allowed. Good luck! Total: 100 pts.
1. (a) If Q = cfw_x | x is a rational number, I = cfw_x | x is an
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MATH 203 Final Exam, May 19, 2011
Instructions: Complete every question in Part I (Questions 1-7.) Complete three of
the ve questions in Part II (Questions 8-12). Each question is worth 10 points.
No calculators or other electronic devices may be used d
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MATH 203 Final Exam, May 24, 2010
Instructions: Complete every question in Part I (Questions 1-7.) Complete three of
the ve questions in Part II (Questions 8-12). Each question is worth 10 points.
No calculators or other electronic devices may be used d
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MATH 203 Final Exam, December 2011
Instructions: Complete every question in Part I (Questions 1-7.) Complete three of
the ve questions in Part II (Questions 8-12). Each question is worth 10 points.
No calculators or other electronic devices may be used
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MATH 203 Final Exam
December 20, 2010
Instructions: Complete every question in Part I (Questions 1-7.) Complete three of
the ve questions in Part II (Questions 8-12). Each question is worth 10 points.
PART I: Answer all parts of Questions 1-7. Each ques
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MATH 203 Final Exam, December 17, 2009
Instructions: Complete every question in Part I (Questions 1-7.) Complete three of
the ve questions in Part II (Questions 8-12). Each question is worth 10 points.
No calculators or other electronic devices may be u
English 220:
Introduction to Literature
Instructor: Dustin Freeley
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: Saturday 11:00am-12:00pm
Office: 1238 HW
Course Objectives:
Emphasizing close reading, English 220 is intended to develop in students the anal
HUNTER COLLEGE
Department of Economics
Eco-365 Spring 2011
Instructor: Yan Feng
Email: [email protected]
Office Hour: 1. Monday 12:30-1:00pm. Tuesday 10:30-11:00am and by appointment
2. You can always talk with me right after the class or schedule a meet
ECO 373 - Federal Income Taxation of Individuals
Spring, 2012
Professor Irwin Uhr
[email protected]
Course Objective: The goal of the course is to familiarize students with the basic
concepts underpinning our vast Federal Income Taxation system as it pertains
Margin Notes/Annotation
Unless otherwise noted, use the following annotation/margin notes format for your essays and papers.
Annotation/margin notes will be more specifically related to the mechanics of your essay. For example you will talk
about your quo
ECO 372 Intermediate Accounting 2
Spring, 2012
Professor Irwin Uhr
[email protected]
Course Objective: The student will be able to apply the proper accounting treatment to various
financial accounting topics relating to revenue recognition; accounting for equ
Syllabus for Math 203, Analytic Geometry and Calculus III
Prereq: C or higher in Math 20200
Text: Stewart, Essential Calculus
(Text changed from Smith-Minton, eective Spring 2011)
Section
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
13.6
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
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Hunter College of the City University of New York
Women and Gender Studies Program
WGS 100 Section 051
Introduction to Gender and Sexuality Studies
Spring 2012
Instructor: Portia Seddon
Mondays/Wednesdays 5:35 PM 6:50 PM
HW 406
Office Hours: Wednesdays 4:
Statistics 213: Introduction to Applied Statistics
Learning Outcomes.
This course emphasizes statistical literacy and develops statistical thinking. Statistical literacy
is promoted throughout the text in the many examples and exercises, drawn from publis
Department of Mathematics
Mathematics 34600
Final Examination
The City College of New York
Spring 2006
PART I: Answer any 5 out of 7 questions. Each is worth 16 points.
1. Solve the system of equations.
x1 2 x 2 + x3 4 x 4 = 1
x1 + 3 x 2 + 7 x3 + 2 x 4 =
THE CITY COLLEGE
MATHEMATICS 34600
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
FINAL EXAMINATION SPRING 2005
PART I: ANSWER ALL THREE QUESTIONS (40%)
1 2 2
1. (15) Let A = 1 2 1 .
1 1 0
a. Find the eigenvalues and bases for the eigenspaces of A.
b. Find a diagonal matri
Math 34600 Final Exam, Fall 2006
1. Invert the following matrices, if possible.
(a)
(5 points)
2 3
2
4
A=
(b)
(5 points)
4 8
1 2
A=
2. Let
266
A = 2 7 6 .
277
(a) Compute A1 , if possible.
(5 points)
(b) Find the rank and nullity of A.
1
(c) Find all solu
Math 34600
Final Exam
Fall 2005
Instructions: Answer any seven questions. Omit one.
1 1 0
1a) Find the inverse of the matrix A = 1 2 1 .
0 1 2
x y =1
1
b) Using A solve the system of equations: x + 2 y z = 2 .
y + 2 z = 2
0
1
2a) Let B =
0
2
21
0 1
MATH/PHILO 376
Texts:
Philosophy of Mathematics
3 hours 3 credits
Coursepack prepared especially for this course for this semester
Ernest Nagel and James R. Newman, Gdel's Proof Revised Edition,
(New York and London: New York University Press, 2001)
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