Math 100 Homework Diagnostic # 2
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Show all work for credit. Simplify as much as possible. All questions are worth 4
points.
(1) If n is an odd number greater than or equal to 3, can 71+ 1 ever be prime? What
if n. equals 1?
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Section 6.1 Circuit Training
Developing Ideas
1.
Map maker, map maker make me a graph.
2.
Unabridged list. AB, AB, BC, BD, CD, CD, CE, DE. (Note that each bridge can
be listed with the letters in either order. For example, BC denotes the same bridge
as CB
4.1. Pythagoras and His Hypotenuse
Developing Ideas
1. The main event. In a right triangle, the square of the length of the hypotenuse is equal
to the sum of the squares of the lengths of the other two sides.
2. Two out of three. A right triangle with leg
Math 100: Group Project 3
Due: May 5, 2017
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SHEET OF PAPER! All work must be shown for full credit!
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Math 100
In Class Review
1. State the Pythagorean Theorem.
2. A painter leans a 25 foot ladder against the wall. The top of the ladder reaches 16
feet up the wall. How far away from the wall is the bottom of the ladder?
3. Two trains leave a station. One
1. Is there a relationship between weather and violent crime? A sociologist classified 1361
homicide events in Baltimore over several years as follows:
Season
Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall
Count
328
334
372
327
The author wishes to investigate if there is evi
Section 9.2
Critical-Value Approach to
Hypothesis Testing
CSUSM, Math 242, L Chen
Figure 9.4
Graphical display of rejection regions for two-tailed, lefttailed, and right-tailed tests
CSUSM, Math 242, L Chen
Figure 9.5
Critical value(s) for a one-mean z-te
Example 1
Suppose a balanced die is tossed 5 times. What is the
probability of getting exactly 2 fours?
Success: getting a four after a roll of die
X: the number of times of getting four
n: 5
x: 2
p: 1/6
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Solution:
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Quiz 1
1. Solve for x given 12 3x < 6 (Write your answer in interval notation).
2. Sketch f(x) = -3x4 2x2 -7 (include n-1 turning points and end behavior).
3. Find an equation of the line with slope
3
2 passing through the point (-4,5).
4. Given f(x) = 2x
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Math 346: Mathematical Methods for Physics
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Textbook. We will be using Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences, 3rd ed., by Mary L.
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Math 346: Mathematical Methods for Physics
Spring 2014
HW 2: Complex numbers
Due: Not to be handed in
A. Let z = 1 + 2i. Write down, in rectangular form, the complex number that
we get by rotating z counterclockwise around the origin by the amount
given.
Math 346: Mathematical Methods for Physics
Spring 2014
HW 1: Complex numbers
Due: Wednesday, January 29
A. In 2.5, do problems 27, 29, 40, 43, 53, 55, 59. For 5359, you should draw
and describe your answer in words.
B. If z satises the equation z = z, the
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Math 346: Exam 1
February 5, 2014
Make sure to show all your work as clearly as possible. This includes justifying your answers if
required.
Question
Points
1
30
2
30
3
30
4
30
5
30
Total:
150
Score
1. Evaluate the following. Put your answer in the
Math 346: Mathematical Methods for Physics
Spring 2014
HW 3: Row reduction
Due: Wednesday, February 12
A. In 3.2, do 311 odd.
B. With a minimum of algebra, describe the solutions to the following systems.
(a)
2x 3y + z = 12
2 x 3y + z = 2
Solution: There
Math 346: Mathematical Methods for Physics
Spring 2014
HW 4: Determinants and vectors
Due: Wednesday, February 19
A. Find the area of the triangle with vertices at (2, 1), (1, 3) and (2, 1).
Solution: We translate the triangle to the origin via the rst (f
Math 346: Mathematical Methods for Physics
Spring 2014
HW 7: Hilbert Spaces
Due: Not to be turned in
A. A particle travels in R3 in a spiral. It starts at (1, 0, 0) and climbs to (1, 0, )
after 2 seconds, making a single counterclockwise revolution around
Math 346: Mathematical Methods for Physics
Spring 2014
HW 6: Projections and more
Due: Wednesday, March 5
A. In 3.8, do problems 1, 2, 3, 7 (you should ignore the hint), 9, 11.
B. Suppose w1 and w2 form a basis for R2 . Suppose v is a vector in R2 , v1
is