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Students are strongly advised to acquire a copy of the Textbook:
D. C. Lay, Linear Algebra and its Applications. Pearson, 2006 (or other editions).
Normally, homework assignments will consist of some odd numbered exe
MATH10232
Two and a half hours
THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
CALCULUS AND APPLICATIONS B
24 May 2013
09:45 _ 12:15
Answer ALL questions
Electronic calculators are permitted, provided they cannot store text.
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Preliminaries
These notes cover the course MATH10232 (Calculus & Applications) and are intended to supplement
the lectures. The course does not follow any particular text and you do not need to buy any
text books. A comprehensive summary of the
MATH10282  The Normal Approximation to
the Binomial Distribution
Let X1 , . . . , Xn be a random sample of Bi(1, p) random variables (rvs). We
have
P (Xi = 1) = p and P (Xi = 0) = 1 p
for every i = 1, . . . , n. ie. the rangespace of each Xi is the set
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ECON10042  Revision Session
Revision Session
Mobile Device Interaction
Paul Middleditch
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phone, web enabled device
visit www.rwpoll.com
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MATH10282  Some Common Probability Distributions
In the following, X denotes a random variable which is discrete for the distributions in section 1 and continuous for the distributions in section 2.
1. Discrete distributions.
(i) The discrete Uniform dis
MATH10001 Mathematical Workshop
Dr Louise Walker (Office: Alan Turing 2.243)
[email protected]
Course materials on Blackboard through My Manchester or www.maths.manchester.ac.uk/undergraduate/ ugstudies/units/201213/level1/MATH10001/
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MATH10001 Mathematical Workshop Word Processing Mathematics
There are several ways to word process mathematics. Most maths lecturers use a package called LaTeX. This produces professional looking documents and is used to write journal papers and produce t
MATH10001 Mathematical Workshop Introduction to MATLAB  part 1
1.1 Introduction
MATLAB is short for Matrix Laboratory and this package was originally designed for numerical linear algebra. It can be used to solve large systems of equations efficiently an