MATH 230 - ASSIGNMENT 5
Problem 1: A restaurant oers a total of 14 desserts, of which 8 have ice cream as a main ingredient and 9 have have fruit as a main ingredient. Assuming that all of them have either ice cream
or fruit as a main ingredient, how many
MATH 230 - ASSIGNMENT 6
Problem 1: A die is rolled 60 times with the following result: 1,2 and 3 each come up 8 times,
4,5 and 6 each come up 12 times. Calculate the relative frequency that
(a) The number that comes up is even.
(b) The number that comes u
MATH 230 - ASSIGNMENT 6 - SOLUTIONS
Problem 1: (2 marks) A die is rolled 60 times with the following result: 1,2 and 3 each come up
8 times, 4,5 and 6 each come up 12 times. Calculate the relative frequency that
(a) ( 1 mark) The number that comes up is e
MATH 230 - ASSIGNMENT 5 - SOLUTIONS
Problem 1: A restaurant oers a total of 14 desserts, of which 8 have ice cream as a main ingredient and 9 have have fruit as a main ingredient. Assuming that all of them have either ice cream
or fruit as a main ingredie
MATH 230 - ASSIGNMENT 1
Problem 1: This a short story about the great mathematician Gauss, when he was 10 year old,
sometimes in the early nineteenth century. The class was too noisy and the teacher gave them the
task of adding all the numbers from 1 to 1
MATH 230 - ASSIGNMENT 2
Problem 1: Explain how to use the associative property of multiplication to make 16 25 easy
to calculate mentally. Write equations that show why your method is valid, and show specically
where you have used the associative property
PossibleProjects
Here is a list of possible projects, if there is a number beside the projects name that refers to
the corresponding section in the textbook. You can choose your own project as well.
Fibonacci numbers
2.2
Irrational numbers
2.6
Real number
MATH 230 - SAMPLE SOLTUIONS
Textbook I.
Sec.8.3 Problem 5: The sum of the digits of 571435A is: 26 + A. Now 26 is 24+2, so the number
is divisible by 3 if 2 + A is. The right values of A can be: A = 1, 4, 7.
Lets also discuss when this number is divisible
MATH 230 - ASSIGNMENT 3
Problem 1: In Mr Docks class there are twice as many boys as girls. Mr Dock asks the children
if they want pizza for lunch. It turns out that 1 of the boys and 1 of the girls want pizza for lunch.
3
2
What fraction of the children
MATH 230 - PRACTICE MIDTERM
Problem 1: Use the number line to plot two decimals which are larger than 1.5 but smaller than
1.6. Describe an innite list of decimals, all of which are larger than 1.5 but get closer and closer
to 1.5.
1
1
Problem 2: Using th
MATH 230 MIDTERM - MARKING SCHEME
In general, if you do not write any explanation just indicate the nal answer that is just half the
marks. If you dont explain your work, but it is more or less clear from your calculations that you
had the right reasoning