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MDM4U- Simulations Assignment
Due Date: Tuesday July 7th, 2015
For this assignment you will be submitting your work as 2 digital files. One file should be a
PDF with your written responses to the questions and screen shots of your simulations; the
MATH 2030 Elementary Probability, W2017
Assignment 2 (Jan. 27)
Due: Monday, Feb 6: in class or drop off by 5:00 pm in the assignment box on the 5th floor
(North), Ross Bldg.
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MATH 2030 Elementary Probability Winter 2017
Test 2 March 10, 2017
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You have 50 minutes to solve the following problems: Show your complete work,
and write your final answers in ink! pen.
Permitted: 1 selfwritten helps
6.1 Basic Probability Concepts
Probability: a branch of mathematics that
deals with chance, random
variables, and the likelihood of
outcomes.
Questions Like: how likely
what are the chances
what are the odds
6.1
Definitions
Probability experiment
a well-d
2.6
MEASURES OF SPREAD (Part 1)
We have seen that measures of central tendency give us an
indication of where the center of the data is
Two sets of data, however, can have the same mean or
median but can be quite different if we look at the raw scores
H
2.6
MEASURES OF SPREAD (Part 2)
Quartiles and percentiles give us a picture of the dispersion of the
data around the median.
Quartiles and Interquartile Range
Quartiles divide a set of ordered data into four groups with
equal numbers of values
Very simi
2.5
MEASURES OF CENTRAL TENDENCY
When working with a set of data, it is often convenient to
summarize the data using a central value
In statistics, there are 3 commonly used measures to describe
where the center tends to be
Mean
Median
Mode
2.5
1) MEAN
MDM4U: Databases
Mr. Braithwaite
What is a Database?
Database: a collection of information which
has been organized to make it easy for a user
to find what they are looking for.
What are some examples of databases?
Using Databases
Database records are
DATA ANALYSIS WITH GRAPHS
One of the first steps in statistics is to organize, analyse and
present your data in a informative and understandable manner
We will look at different examples of tables and graphs that will
allow us to do this
2.1
Definitions
R
2.3 - SAMPLING A POPULATION
Most research begins with a question.
a) Who will win the next Ontario election?
b) Do Canadian men prefer Molson or Labatt beer?
c) What is CIC students favourite soft drink?
d) What section of the National Posts is the most r
Graph Theory
I. Braithwaite
MDM4U
Learning Goal
By the end of this class I will
Be able to iden?fy how graph theory can be
u?lized to simplify colouring, mapping, and
scheduling problems.
Be able to dene