MATH 230 INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS:
This course does meet the Natural Sciences and Mathematics NonLaboratory (GM)
(GM) general requirements at UWWhitewater.
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Mixture Problems
The mixture problems may take several forms, but they are all like. Let me explain one and then
show you how some others fit this same format.
Think of 2 bags of marbles being mixed together and put into a bigger bag. Were going to open
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MAT 105 FINAL EXAM REVIEW Fall 2015
1.) Simplify the expression using the order of operations.
2.) Solve the linear equation, simplify your answer.
13 4 1 3 3
2
5 5 3 y 2 3 2 y 8 6
3.) The discount on a new computer was $180. This was a discount of
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Math 117 Final Exam Spring 2016
Friday, May 13
7:30am 9:30am
Room _
Review A #114: with a calculator, #1545: no calculator. For the exam you should be
prepared for any of these questions. You will not be tested on all of these.
Math 105 Final Exam Review Fall 2015
1) State the domain and range. State whether each of the correspondences are a function?
a.
b.
1
0
4
5
2
5
3
1
6
3
2)
Given the graph of f, use interval notation to
state the:
Domain:
Range:
Find f(5) =
Find all value
Math 105 Final Exam Review Fall 2015
1) State the domain and range. State whether each of the correspondences are a function?
a.
b.
1
0
4
5
2
5
3
1
6
3
2)
Given the graph of f, use interval notation to
state the:
Domain:
Range:
Find f(5) =
Find all value
Homework 1
Chapters 4.1 4.2 and 5
Due date: _ (Turn in the hard copy of your HW to your TA)
1.
Plastic parts produced by an injection molding operation are checked for conformance to
specifications.Eachtoolcontains12cavitiesinwhichpartsareproduced,andthes
Date of interview: 4/05/15
Your name: Harrison Klein
Name of Interviewee: Matt Sisson
Organization / Company: Well Done Homes, LLC
Interviewee Role: Real Estate Agent
1. Tell me about your duties and responsibilities in your job.
The duties include renti
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Lecture April 14, 2015
The Rise of Jim Crow (18701900)
Lynching and enforcement of Jim Crow laws
Racism is about actiondenying people to civil rights and life
JIM CROW
o Racial discrimination African Americans by legal
enforcement or tradi
I definitely agree that a company's website can tell a lot about a
particular company's culture. In addition, I also think you are
correct about talking to the company's current employees and
get their take on the culture. If you are in search of more
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Mathematical Explorations For Elementary Teachers I
MATH 175

Fall 2015
Izabela Jaworska, Section 004, Homework#2
Q1: What is the expected cost of the portion of development work needed to include dynamic
links to customer databases?
The expected cost of the portion of development work needed to include dynamic links to
costu
Problem Set 4, Due Fifth Class Meeting
(1) Find the volume of the parallelopiped generated by the vectors
< 1, 2, 3 >, < 5, 9, 11 > and < 2, 3, 5 >. We know from class that the
volume is given by
 < 1, 2, 3 > < 5, 9, 11 > < 2, 3, 5 >  =
 < 5, 4, 1 > <
Problem Set 9, Due Tenth Class Meeting
(1) Draw the level curves for the function f (x, y ) = x2 + y 2 2x + 4y . Find a
level curve that consists of one point.
Before we try to draw the level curves we will complete the square:
f (x, y )
f (x, y ) + 1 + 4