Assignment #4
Due: Thursday, November 24 by 5 pm
Remark: Follow the rules for submitting assignments. Dont forget your name and workshop
section. The material from problems 15 is included in Midterm #2. The material from problems
610 will not be covered
NonCalculus Statistics I
Fall 2016
Lecture Note 1
By Haile Gessesse
September 13, 2016
1.1 Overview
What is Statistics?
Statistics is the science of planning studies
and experiments, obtaining data, and then organizing, summarizing, presenting, analyzing
NonCalculus Statistics I
Fall 2016
Lecture Note 2
By Haile Gessesse
September 26, 2016
3.1 Overview
Descriptive statistics and inferential statistics
are two general divisions of the subject of statistics.
In Descriptive statistics, the objective is to
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Bonding
Ionic Bonding
Formation of ions, Ionic radii
Covalent Bonding
Polarity
Lewis Structures
Octet Rule
Resonance
Formal charge
VSEPR
Dipole Moments
Bonding Atoms: Introduction to Molecules
When two atoms come together, BONDING occurs.
There
MATH 1051H Assignment #1
Due: Thursday, Oct. 6 by 17:00
Remarks (PLEASE read):
Problems selected from the textbook are indicated here by chaptersection, number.
Completed assignments must be submitted by 17:00 on Thursday, Oct. 6. No late submissions
wil
Calculus I: Functions and calculus of one variable
MATH 1101

Spring 2012
Department of Mathematics
Mathematics 1110H: Calculus I
Midterm Examination
Instructor:
Total:
Prof. Kenzu Abdella
55 points
June 2, 2015
Time: 90 minutes
ID #
Name:
7 pts
No Calculator Allowed
1. Determine whether each of the following statements is TRUE
Calculus I: Functions and calculus of one variable
MATH 1101

Spring 2012
Trent University: PHYS 1001H/1002H; PHYS FRSC 1020H
Formula Sheet
1. Mechanics and Gravitation
velocity
slope =
a m/s2
v
v0
t
t0
t
time
2
2
v = v0 + 2a ( x x 0 )
!
!
p=mv
!
!
!
Fnet = dp / dt = m a
s = r
v = r
at = r
2. Fluids/Elasticity/Materials
p=F/A
Calculus I: Functions and calculus of one variable
MATH 1101

Spring 2012
1
EXPERIMENT 3
Chemical Analysis by Gas Evolution
Read before laboratory: Textbook, Chapter 5, sections 5.25.7
Principles
Chemical analysis is the determination of the composition of a material. In this lab, the amount of
active ingredient in two common
Calculus I: Functions and calculus of one variable
MATH 1101

Spring 2012
EXPERIMENT 2
Transformation of Copper: A Series of Chemical Reactions
Support Reading: Textbook, Sections 4.54.9
Principles
Copper is both a chemically interesting and commercially valuable transition metal. It is widely used
in its elemental form but al
Calculus I: Functions and calculus of one variable
MATH 1101

Spring 2012
Short Essay Questions
 when preparing your answers for these short essay questions, please keep in mind that each question is
worth 4 marks which implies that you need to make at least four distinct points. Also, please note that
terms like Describe, Dis
NonCalculus Statistics I
Fall 2016
Lecture Note 1
By Haile Gessesse
September 19, 2016
1.1 Overview
What is Statistics?
Statistics is the science of planning studies
and experiments, obtaining data, and then organizing, summarizing, presenting, analyzing
NonCalculus Statistics I
Fall 2016
Lecture Note 4
By Haile Gessesse
October 10, 2016
5.1 Discrete Probability Distribution
In Chapter 2 we constructed frequency tables
and histograms using observed sample values
that were actually collected, but in this
NonCalculus Statistics I
Fall 2016
Lecture Note 3
By Haile Gessesse
October 4, 2016
4.1 Probability
how do statisticians think?
They reject explanations based on very low
probabilities.
Rare Event Rule for Inferential Statistics
If, under a given assumpt
Math 105111 Quiz 1 Sept. 19, 2016
Name and Student Number goi \Jujiio r 5
MULTIPLE CHOICE (1 mark each). Please circle your answer
Determine whether the given value is a statistic or a parameter.
1) A health and tness club surveys 40 randomly selected me
Math 1050H Assignment 1
#1. The samples obtained by using the command sample 30, count were not the same each
time. In SRS (simple random sampling), a random sample of individuals are chosen from a larger
population, where each individual has an equal cha
MATH 1051H: Non
calculus Statistics I,
Elementary Probability and Statistics
Chapter Eight:
Hypothesis Testing
W
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MATH 1051H: Noncalculus Statistics I,
Elementary Probability and Statistics
Chapter Seven:
Estimates and Sample Size
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MATH 1051H: Noncalculus Statistics I,
Elementary Probability and Statistics
Chapter One:
Introduction to Statistics
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Elementary Probability and Statistics
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Summarizing and Graphing Data
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Elementary Probability and Statistics
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Exploring and Comparing Data
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Elementary Probability and Statistics
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Elementary Probability and Statistics
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Elementary Probability and Statistics
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MATH 1051HWeb
Assignment # 2
Summer 2016
INSTRUCTIONS: due May 27, 2016 by 1PM EDT. Solutions are to be typed, and written in a clear and
concise way. Note there are nine questions, and show your work. Please include your first and last name,
student ID,
MATH 1051HWeb
Assignment # 4
Summer 2016
INSTRUCTIONS: due June 15, 2016 by 1PM EDT. Solutions are to be typed, and written in a clear and
concise way. Note there are six questions, and show your work. When needed use the ttable, ztable and
2 tables f