The University of Sydney
School of Mathematics and Statistics
Assignment 1
MATH1905: Statistics (Advanced)
Semester 2, 2016
Web Page: http:/sydney.edu.au/science/maths/MATH1905/
Lecturer: Michael Stewart
This assignment is due by 11:59pm Monday 15th Augus
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
General Examination in Microeconomic Theory
Fall 2010
1. You have FOUR hours.
2. Answer all questions
PLEASE USE A SEPARATE BLUE BOOK FOR EACH QUESTION AND WRITE THE
QUESTION NUMBER ON THE FRONT OF THE BLUE BOOK.
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EXAM 3
Fall '07 Reiland
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INSTRUCTIONS:
Write your name, lab section #, and ID# above. Note the statement at the bottom of this page
that you must sign when you are finished with the exam.
Supply the following information
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
General Examination in Macroeconomic Theory
SPRING 2014
You have FOUR hours. Answer all questions
Part A (Prof. Laibson): 48 minutes
Part B (Prof. Aghion): 48 minutes
Part C (Prof. Basu): 72 minutes
Part D (Prof.
Math 1A: introduction to functions and calculus
Oliver Knill, Spring
2012
Problem 1) TF questions (20 points). No
justifications are needed.
5/8/2012: Final exam
The definite integral 02 sin2(5x) dx is zero.
1)
T
F
Your Name:
Solution:
The integrand is ne
Math 1A: introduction to functions and calculus
Oliver Knill,
Spring 2012
Problem 1) TF questions (20 points). No
justifications are needed.
5/8/2012: Final exam
The definite integral 02 sin2(5x) dx is zero.
1)
T
F
Your Name:
The intermediate value theore
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English test
KEY STAGE
2
LEVELS
3-5
Writing Test
Longer Task:
Instructions and Planning
Your teacher will read through this booklet with you.
You will have 45 minutes for your longer piece of writing,
including up to 10 minutes planning time. You may s
Harvard University
Department of Economics
General Examination in Macroeconomic Theory
Spring 2010
PLEASE USE A SEPARATE BLUE BOOK FOR EACH PART AND WRITE THE
QUESTION NUMBER ON THE FRONT OF THE BLUE BOOK.
PLEASE PUT YOUR EXAM NUMBER ON EACH BOOK.
PLEASE
Math 1A: introduction to functions and calculus
Oliver Knill,
Spring 2012 Problem 1) TF questions (20 points) No justifications are needed.
The anti-derivative of tan(x) is log(cos(x) + C .
1)
T
F
4/5/2012: Second midterm exam
Solution:
Differentiate the
3B Dynamics and Relativity
The motion of a planet in the gravitational field of a star of mass M obeys
d2r
,
r2 d
2
dt = h ,
where r(t) and (t) are polar coordinates in a plane and h is a constant. Explain one of
Keplers Laws by giving a geometrical inter
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
General Examination in
Macroeconomic Theory
Spring 2012
You have FOUR hours. Answer all questions
Part A(Laibson: 48 min)
Part B (Barro: 48 min)
Part C (Farhi: 48 min)
Part D (Rogoff: 96 min)
PLEASE USE A SEPARAT
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
General Examination in Macroeconomic Theory
Fall 2010
PLEASE USE A SEPARATE BLUE BOOK FOR EACH PART AND WRITE THE
QUESTION NUMBER ON THE FRONT OF THE BLUE BOOK.
PLEASE PUT YOUR EXAM NUMBER ON EACH BOOK.
PLEASE DO
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Mathematics test
KEY STAGE
2
LEVELS
Test B
3-5
Calculator allowed
First name
Last name
School
Page Marks
For markers use only
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
TOTAL
These three children appear in some of the questions in this test.
Stefan
Lara Amir
2
Instructio
Math 1A: introduction to functions and calculus
Oliver Knill,
Spring 2012
Problem 1) TF questions (20 points) No justifications are
needed.
The anti-derivative of tan(x) is log(cos(x) + C .
1)
T
F
4/5/2012: Second midterm exam
The fundamental theorem of c
4D
Analysis I
Find the radius of convergence of each of the following power series.
(i)
n2zn
n1
Known (Ratio Test): If
n anzn is a power series with an = 0 for all
n, and there exists l [0, ] such that |an+1 /an| l as n , then
the radius of convergence i
Ma
Mathematics test
KEY STAGE
2
LEVELS
Test A
3-5
Calculator not allowed
First name
Last name
School
Page Marks
For markers use only
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
TOTAL
These three children appear in some of the questions in this test.
Stefan
Lara Amir
2
Ins
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
General Examination in Macroeconomic Theory
SPRING 2013
You have FOUR hours. Answer all questions
Part A (Prof. Laibson): 48 minutes
Part B (Prof. Aghion): 48 minutes
Part C (Prof. Farhi): 72 minutes
Part D (Prof
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Name:
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and
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check your section in the box to the left.
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HARVARD UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
General Examination in Macroeconomic Theory
FALL 2012
You have FOUR hours. Answer all questions
PLEASE USE A SEPARATE BLUE BOOK FOR EACH QUESTION AND WRITE THE
QUESTION NUMBER ON THE FRONT OF THE BLUE BOOK.
PLEAS
1
Violence on The Avengers: Age of Ultron
Seleni Rodriguez-Cotto
California State University, Los Angeles
Shane Gomes, Ph.D
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Marvel Studios presents Avengers: Age of Ultron produced by Kevin Feige, the
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Lifespan Homework 5
1. The average weight for a typical 6-year-old child is between 40 and
pounds.
2. Between the ages of 1 and 6, appetite
.
3. The just right phase of childhood, characterized by rigidity about daily routines and food preferences
and rit
Psy 160 Spring 2016 Exam 2 Essay Questions
1. For each aspect of development between 2 and 6 years of age, name one important
theorist, the theorists name(s) for the stage(s), and an example that illustrates one of
those stages.
a. Personality
b. Psychoso
Berger: Quiz 6
1. The preeminent psychosocial accomplishment between the ages of 2 and 6 is learning when
and how to:
a. make friends.
b. know right from wrong.
c. regulate emotions.
d. make choices.
2. An angry 5-year-old girl might stop herself from hit
Berger Quiz 8
1. Children's increasing ability to regulate themselves, to take responsibility, and to
exercise self-control contributes to their:
a. conservation.
b. peer values.
c. autonomy.
d. egocentrism.
2. More than people of any other age, children
Berger Homework 9
1. The years of physical growth and sexual maturation that ends childhood is called _.
2. The first menstrual period is called _ and usually occurs between the ages of 9 and
15.
3. The first ejaculation of seminal fluid is called _.
4. _
Lifespan Homework 6
1. According to Erik Erikson, the crisis experienced by children during early childhood is
versus guilt.
2. When a child has formed an understanding of self, including gender, size, and personality, that
child has developed a
.
3. If a
Berger Quiz 9
1. The period when children's bodies become adultlike is called:
a. puberty.
b. youth.
c. the growth spurt.
d. secondary sex development.
2. Menarche is:
a. the beginning of growth of the uterus.
b. the first ovulation of a mature egg.
c. a
Lifespan Homework 7
1. Genetics and environmental factors safeguard
2. Active play in school hours has
_.
in the past two decades.
3. Having a body mass index (BMI) above the 85th percentile for one's age is the definition of
.
4. Having a body mass index
Berger Quiz 7
1. Children between the ages of 6 to 11 are within the developmental called:
a. infancy.
b. early childhood.
c. middle childhood.
d. adolescence.
2. When comparing the rate of growth for children from ages 6 to 11, one notices
that children: