Math Exam 2
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- Domain of a function and how to write in interval notation OR set notation
- Finding the inverse for a function
- Calculating the composition of two functions
- Finding Local Max/
Factoring Review Day 1 FILLED IN.notebook
May 20, 2013
Example 1
Factor each completely.
Pre-Calculus
Factoring Review Day 1
Homework: Worksheet
Example 2
Factor each completely.
Example 3
Factor completely.
Example 4
Solve each equation by factoring.
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Evaluate the integrals. (3 pts each)
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Combinations and Permutations Worksheet 1
1. The Spanish Club has seven members
a. The club must have three officers: a president, a vice president, and a secretary.
How many different sets of these officers can be formed from this club?
b. How many three
1K1 Discrete Mathematics
Dr M. Coleman MSS/O8 (Mathematics), Mr M. Tso, MSS/M7 (Statistics)
This course is taken by students on CT108 and CT114.
Students on CT108 receive two hours a week on Mathematics and one hour a week on
Statistics.
Students on CT114
Discrete Mathematics
Test #2
Name:
1. How large a problem can be solved in one second using an algorithm that requires
where each bit operation is carried out in
2n bit operations,
109 seconds.(10pt)
2.
If you were writing a computer program and wanted it
Comp Sci 242 Discrete Mathematics II
Practice problems for Exam #3 Note: There were no relation-representation
problems on past exams because that material was not covered in time. Such
things can show up on your exam. Also, the strong form of induction w
Mathematics Standards of Learning
Discrete Mathematics
The following standards outline the content of a one-year course in Discrete Mathematics. If a onesemester course is desired, the standards with an asterisk (*) would apply. Students enrolled in
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BA 324
Business Communication
Fall 2009
Master Syllabus
Applies to All BA 324 Sections
Prerequisites
Required classes:
BA 324: RHE or E 306; MIS 301 or 310; and credit
or registration for BA 101S, 101T, or 101H
BA 324 Honors: RHE or E 306; and BA 101S or
National Research University Higher School of Economics
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Business Communication for the 2 year bachelor students
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Business Communication
2-4 module 2013/2014
Irina Shcherbakova,
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Using Videogame Poker to Learn Probability
Research Proposal
Submitted by
Adam R. Carberry
May 2, 2005
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Table of Contents
Abstract
2
Introduction
3
Research Question
4
Research Goals
4
Technology Description
5
Research Methods
8
Sample
8
Design
8
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Unit 1: Counting and Probability
MDM4U
Lesson Outline
Big Picture
Students will:
solve problems involving probability of distinct events;
solve problems using counting techniques of distinct items;
apply counting principles to calculating probabilities
PROBABILITY
Enduring Understanding: Develop a better understanding of the concepts of theoretical probability,
dependent and independent events and geometric probability. Develop a better understanding of how
to determine and use probabilities.
Essential
Permutations
Evaluate
1.
4P3
2.
7
P5
3.
P7
10
4.
P3
10
5.
How many 5 digit numbers can be named using the digits 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 without
repetition?, with repetition?
6.
How many 4 digit numbers can be named using the digits 2, 3, 4, and 5 without
repet
Review for Test on Probability, Permutations and Combinations
Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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1.
A captain and co-captain for a fencing team are chosen from a hat with the name
Rubric for Case Analysis
Criteria
External Analysis
(25%)
Excellent (A)
(100% of possible points)
A thorough External Analysis is
presented that addresses the major
opportunities and threats facing the
firm. Both general environment
(PESTEL) and industry
Venn Diagrams and Probability
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Date:
A number of probability laws can be established using Venn Diagrams.
This Venn diagram represents a sample space, S, of all children in a
class. The event, E, shows all those students with blue eyes.
E
8
15
S
Determin
Permutation and Combination Practice Worksheet
Name _
1. How many three person committees can be chosen from a group of six
people?
2. Dylan, Andrew, Hailey, and Jordan ran in a race. In how many different
orders can they finish the race?
3. There are 6 t
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AFDA
AFDA Test Review: Permutations and Combinations
Calculate each of the following. Show all work (Write everything out)!
1. 8!
2.
10!
6!
3.
10
P3
4. 7 C4
Discussion.
5. Explain the difference between an independent event and a dep
Introduction to the case
Midas is in the automotive repair business. Its strategy is to provide a narrow range of services at low
cost. National advertising is used to develop wide geographical coverage. The company is not a full
service repair shop, but
Math 12 Probability Practice Test
1.
40% of people can roll their tongue, and 10% of people surveyed had red
hair.
a) What is the probability of someone having red hair and having the
ability to roll their tongue?
b) In a random sample of six people, what
CCSD GHSGT Parent Guide
Subject: Math
Domain: Data Analysis
Lesson #1
Question: How do you use probability to predict outcomes of events?
Materials: Dice, coin
Introduction:
yellow
green
blue
red
Problem: A spinner has 4 equal sectors colored yellow, blue
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Simple Permutations and Combinations
Worksheet
1. How many ways can you arrange the letters of the word FACTOR?
2. How many ways can you choose two jellybeans from a bag of 15?
3. How many ways can five different textbooks be arranged on a shelf?
4.
Determining Sample Space Using Fundamental Counting Principle vs. Combinations
A. FUNDAMENTAL COUNTING PRINCIPLE: Use the fundamental counting principle to determine
the number of items in the sample space for the following events:
1a. Selecting a 4-digit
PROBABILITY KEY
Example 1: Simple Probability
You roll a six-sided die whose sides are numbered from 1 through 6. Find:
(a) P(4) =
1
, good place to talk about changing fractions to decimals and percents, 0.16 , approx. 16.7%
6
(b) P(rolling an odd number
Math 12/ Advanced Math 12 Probability Unit
Time frame: 10%-15% of total course time is suggested by the Department of Education.
We recommend 2 - 2
1
weeks at the beginning of the semester. Then include this topic
2
in the cumulative testing.
Suggestions:
ACT Probability Questions
Algebra II/Trigonometry
1.
If a marble is randomly chosen from a bag
that contains exactly 8 red marbles, 6 blue
marbles, and 6 white marbles, what is the
probability that the marble will NOT be
white?
3
a.
4
3
b.
5
4
c.
5
7
d.
1