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Date: Nov. 10th, 2016
Worksheet for Activity 1: How far are you away from home?
You can type your answers on this form and submit it via Blackboard when complete.
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Activity2_Regression using Hand Size to predict Height
Date: December 3rd, 2016
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This activity helps you to re-enforce the concepts learned in the Descriptive, graphical
summary, correlation and regression.
How well can your hand size predict
MTH 145
REVIEW FOR THE FINAL
Write neatly. Show all necessary work as it was emphasized in class to receive full credit.
Write your answers using proper notation.
1. For the month of June in the city of Chicago, 37% of the days are cloudy. Of these 37% cl
MTH 145
SPSS Project #1
Problem 1: The average one-year old is 29 inches tall. A random sample of the heights of
30 one-year olds in a large day care was taken.
a)
MTH 145
SPSS Project #1
Confidence interval: 28.4751 < < 30.4249
Standard error: 0.47667
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MTH 145
SPSS Project #2
Problem 1: The time it takes (in minutes) to treat randomly selected patients in an
emergency room for three different shifts were recorded.
Step 1: Ho: 1=2=3
Ha: At least one mean waiting time to get treated is different (Claim)
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CHAPTER 13 CATEGORICAL DATA ANALYSIS
sec. 13.1 Categorical Data and the Multinomial Experiment
Qualitative data with more than two levels often result from a multinomial experiment.
Properties of the multinomial experiment with k outcomes:
1. The experime
Reflection #5
Karyna Quick
Chapter three from the book What Every Science Student Should Know offers advice
for STEM students regarding how to find success in their courses through studying tips, notetaking tips, and taking advantage of resource opportuni
Writing Assignment II
Karyna Quick
November 10th, 2016
Part 1
Consider the following two lines in space:
L1 : x = 4 + 5t, y = 5 + 5t, z = 1 4t and L2 : x = 4 + s, y = 6 + 8s, z = 7 3s
a) Show that these lines are not parallel nor intersect and conclude th
Calculus III Writing Assignment I
Due Date: October 13, 2016
Directions: You may work in groups of at most 3. All answers, formulas, and conclusions should be
explained. Your writing assignment must be written using LATEXthrough Share Latex, https:/www.
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MTH 371 Homework 5
Yu Guan
May 7, 2016
1
Problem 1
We know that p(x) = x4 x3 + x2 x + 1 so q(x) = p(x) + (x + 2)(x + 1)x(x
1)(x 2) + c. The only difference between p(x) and q(x) is when x = 3. There
for we plug x = 3 and let q(x) = 30, we get c = 89.
2
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MTH 371 Homework 6
Yu Guan
March 1, 2016
1
Problem 1
The code for linear spline
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Problem 2
The code for natural cubic spline
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MTH 371 Homework 4
Yu Guan
May 5, 2016
1
Problem 1
f (x) = 21 cos(x) is contitnous function from [0, 0.5] to [0, 0.5], by Brouwers fixed
point theorem, that is x = f (x) for some x in [0, 1].
xn+1 = 12 cos(xn ) By operation, we can get solution is x 0.451
MTH 371 Numerical Methods Homework 3
Phuc Pham
Yu Guan
February 16, 2016
1
Problem 1
x3 2x 5 = 0
x0 = 3, tol = 0.1
x0 = 3 + 2 0.1 = 3.2
x = 3.2 f (3.2)/f 0 (3.2)
x 2.45598
2
Problem 2
a. f (1) = 1, f (2) = 6. By the Intermediate Value Theorem, there is a
MTH 371 - Assignment 01
Phuc Pham
Yu Guan
May 7, 2016
1
a.
Problem 1
4
f (x + 2h) = f (x) + 2hf 0 (x) + 2h2 h2 f 00 (x) + h3 f (3) ()
3
4 3 (3)
0
2 2 00
f (x 2h) = f (x) 2hf (x) + 2h h f (x) h f ()
3
4 3 (
0
f (x + 2h) f (x 2h) = 4hf (x) + h [f 3)() + f (
MTH 371 - Project 03: TicTacToe Magic
Phuc Pham
Yu Guan
March 29, 2016
The project of mine is going to win a game which is TicTacToe or Pick15.
The rules of the game is really simple.The game involves two players. You start
by listing the single digit num
MTH 371 - Assignment 08
Phuc Pham
Yu Guan
April 5, 2016
1
a.
Problem 1
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sin(x)dx
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2.000269169948388
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R2
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MTH 353 Project 1
Yu Guan
February 22, 2016
In this project, I will focus on discussing about the the Whilson-Cowan
Nerual Population Model, which is a typical nerual network algrothim in many
mathematics modeling studys. First of all, let we state the th