Math Exam 2
I've written Exam 2 and here are some things you should know:
- 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
Factor each completely.
Factoring Review Day 1
Factor each completely.
Solve each equation by factoring.
Math 119B Exam 1 - . r
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Find the derivative. Simplify answers. [4 pts each)
x+3 2x 3
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Fall 2014 Chaps. 7, 1o 1
Show all necessary work for credit Box your answers.
Evaluate the integrals. (3 pts each)
1. 200 dx 5 2. fi dx 3. f1 w; 4. feixdx
= 20W : idx : 5.8 tacit = Se'waix
=1000H.DO r'L _ 3 q/3
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Fall 2014 Chapter 11 Class Time
Show work for credit Box answers.
1. [8pt] Is the function f(x) =x~2 aprobability density function over the interval [4, 6]? Either prove that
it is or explain why not L,
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
Students on CT114
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,
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
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
Applies to All BA 324 Sections
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
Business Communication for the 2 year bachelor students
2-4 module 2013/2014
Associate professor at th
Using Videogame Poker to Learn Probability
Adam R. Carberry
May 2, 2005
Table of Contents
Unit 1: Counting and Probability
solve problems involving probability of distinct events;
solve problems using counting techniques of distinct items;
apply counting principles to calculating probabilities
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.
How many 5 digit numbers can be named using the digits 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 without
repetition?, with repetition?
How many 4 digit numbers can be named using the digits 2, 3, 4, and 5 without
Review for Test on Probability, Permutations and Combinations
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
A captain and co-captain for a fencing team are chosen from a hat with the name
Rubric for Case Analysis
(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
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.
Permutation and Combination Practice Worksheet
1. How many three person committees can be chosen from a group of six
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 Test Review: Permutations and Combinations
Calculate each of the following. Show all work (Write everything out)!
4. 7 C4
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
40% of people can roll their tongue, and 10% of people surveyed had red
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
Domain: Data Analysis
Question: How do you use probability to predict outcomes of events?
Materials: Dice, coin
Problem: A spinner has 4 equal sectors colored yellow, blue
Simple Permutations and Combinations
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?
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
Example 1: Simple Probability
You roll a six-sided die whose sides are numbered from 1 through 6. Find:
(a) P(4) =
, good place to talk about changing fractions to decimals and percents, 0.16 , approx. 16.7%
(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
weeks at the beginning of the semester. Then include this topic
in the cumulative testing.
ACT Probability Questions
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