MTH299 - Homework 1
Name: Ron Durga
Homework 1; Due Wed, 09/07/2016
Answer-Only Questions. Credit based solely on the answer.
Question 1. In each instance of the set, S, below, compute the cardinality of S (that is, |S|). If the
cardinality of a particula
MTH299 - Homework 5
Name: Ron Durga
Homework 5; Due Wednesday, 10/05/2016
Quick Answer Questions. No work needed. No partial credit available.
Question 1. Rewrite the following as if. . . , then . . . statements.
(a) A sufficient condition for my garden t
MTH299 - Homework 3
Name: Ron Durga
Homework 3; Due Wednesday, 02/03/2016
Answer-Only Questions. Credit based solely on the answer.
Question 1. Construct truth tables for the following:
(a) not(A and B),
Solution.
A B A
T T
T F
F T
F F
and B
T
F
F
F
not(A
MTH299 - Homework 2
Name: Ron Durga
Homework 2; Due Wednesday, 09/14/2016
Answer-Only Questions. Credit based solely on the answer.
Question 1. Describe the shaded regions in the following Venn diagrams using , ,
(a) (A B) \ (A B)
(b) (A B)cfw_ (A B)
(d)
MTH299 - Homework 6
Name: Ron Durga
Homework 6; Due Wednesday, 2/24/2016
Quick Answer Questions. No work needed.
Question 1. Rewrite the following using and .
(a) For all real numbers x, either x < 0 or x 0.
Solution. x R(x < 0 x 0).
(b) There exist two p
MTH299 - Homework 4
Name: Ron Durga
Homework 4; Due Wednesday, 02/10/2016
Answer-Only Questions. Credit based solely on the answer.
Question 1. Suppose that A is true and B is false. Which of the following are true?
(i) A B,
(ii) A A,
(iii) A or not B,
(i
MTH299 - Homework 6
Name: Ron Durga
Homework 6; Due Wednesday, 10/12/2016
Quick Answer Questions. No work needed.
Question 1. Rewrite the following using and .
(a) There exists a real number r such that r = er .
Solution. r R(r = er ).
(b) For all n N, th
MTH299 - Homework 5
Name: Ron Durga
Homework 5; Due Wednesday, 2/17/2016
Quick Answer Questions. No work needed. No partial credit available.
Question 1. Book Exercise 8.13 (i): Rewrite the following as if. . . , then . . . statements.
(a) A sufficient co
MTH299 - Homework 1
Name: Ron Durga
Homework 1; Due Wed, 01/20/2016
Answer-Only Questions. Credit based solely on the answer.
Question 1. State the cardinality of each of the given sets. If the cardinality of a particular set is not
defined, then state wh
MTH299 - Homework 3
Name: Ron Durga
Homework 3; Due Wednesday, 09/21/2016
Answer-Only Questions. Credit based solely on the answer.
Question 1. Construct truth tables for the following:
(a) not(A and (not B),
Solution.
A B A and (not B)
T T
F
T F
T
F T
F
Name: _ Section: _
Cry, the Beloved Country Study Guide
After, or as you read, write down your thoughts/notes/summary for each chapter, in the boxes provided.
There are additional questions to answer as you read, which will help you comprehend the book, a
Phys 101 Fall 2015
Homework 1
(Based on Chapters 1,2 and 4. Due online via Western Online by Wednesday Sept 30, 2015
Midnight)
Maximum Points: 150; Actual Weightage: 125 Points: You can get upto 25 Bonus Points.
Name: _
1. The constellation whose stars ar
Kenya Berkley
Dr. George Turner
10/13/2015
Music 196
Concert Review
I have recently enjoyed the Faculty Chamber Music Series Concert 1 that I attended at COFAC
Recital Hall at seven-thirty pm on Wednesday, October 7 th. This concert included many talented
ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
GABRIEL NAGY
Mathematics Department,
Michigan State University,
East Lansing, MI, 48824.
JANUARY 15, 2016
Summary. This is an introduction to ordinary differential equations. We describe the
main ideas to solve certain diff
MTH 310
Lecture Notes
Based on Hungerford, Abstract Algebra
Ulrich Meierfrankenfeld
Department of Mathematics
Michigan State University
East Lansing MI 48824
[email protected]
November 18, 2013
2
Contents
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Relations and Function
EC 301-2 Spring 2016: Midterm 1 solution key
Feb 16, 2016
Total Points: 100
Time: 1 hour 10 minutes
Version:
1.
A and C
(3 + 4 + 7 + 6 + 5 = 25 points)
The demand and supply function for taxicab rides at the Detroit airport are
given as follows:
Demand:
S
Michigan State University
Spring Semester, 2017
Intermediate Microeconomics
EC 301-02
Tu Th 2:404:00 PM
116 Farrall Ag Eng Hall
Preface:
Arijit Mukherjee
Office: 110 Marshall Adams Hall; Room 18F
Office hours: Tu Th 1112 PM (or by appointment)
Email: arij
EC 301-2 Spring 2016: Midterm 1
Feb 16, 2016
Total Points: 100
Time: 1 hour 10 minutes
Version:
A
NAME:
STUDENT ID #:
Note:
1. Show all logical steps in your arguments. If you cannot solve a problem
completely, discuss what logical steps you would take to
EC 301 Spring 2017: Problem set 2
Assignment date: Feb 2, 2017
Due date: Feb 9, 2017
Total Points: 15 points
Note: Your score will be based on your overall performance in answering all questions
in this problem set. Answers to specific questions will not
EC 301 Spring 2017: Solutions to problem set 1
Assignment date: Jan 19, 2017
Due date: Feb 2, 2017
Total Points: 15 points
1.
To solve this problem, we take the demand function given and plug in the price of
potatoes (0.25) and the price of butter (2). Si
MTH 299
Solutions to Exam 2
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MTH 132
Practice Exam 1
Name:
Section:
Instructor:
READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS.
Do not open your exam until told to do so.
No calculators, cell phones or any other electronic devices can be used on this exam.
Clear your desk of everything excepts p
MTH 132
MLC Practice Final Exam
Name:
Section:
PID:
Recitation Instructor:
DO NOT WRITE BELOW THIS LINE.
Page
GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE.
Points Score
3
20
4
30
5
20
6
20
7
20
8
20
9
25
10
25
11
20
Total:
200
Page 1 of 11
MTH 132
MLC Practice Final Exam
Name:
MTH 132
Practice Exam 2
Name:
Section:
Instructor:
READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS.
Do not open your exam until told to do so.
No calculators, cell phones or any other electronic devices can be used on this exam.
Clear your desk of everything excepts p
Self-Assessment 7
Zachary Cassidy
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Questions
1. A is highest, D is lowest.
2. I think that they do for the most part. Some options I felt conflicted on but most questions I felt
confident with my answer. I feel
Dinesh Kapuganti
IAH 211C
Dr. Gandhi
9/21/2016
Jefferson Reading Summary
Quotes
Possessed, as they became, of the powers of making, administering, and executing the laws,
they shewed equal intolerance in this country with their Presbyterian brethren, who
Dinesh Kapuganti
IAH 211C
Dr. Gandhi
9/14/2016
Summary of War and Culture: The Iroquois Experience by Daniel Richter
Quotes
The Iroquois conceptualized the process of population maintenance in terms of individual and
collective spiritual power. (Richter p
Dinesh Kapuganti
IAH 211C
Dr. Gandhi
10/24/16
DuBois Reading Summary
Quotes
The history of the American Negro is the history of this strife, -this longing to attain selfconscious manhood, to merge his double self into a better and truer self. (DuBois pg.3