CISC 2210 sample test questions
1. Put the sets , , , , and in order so that the one on the left is a subset of the one to its
right.
2. Set S = cfw_n : n+1 < 6. List the members of S.
3. Let U = cfw_ x : 5 < x <= 15 A = cfw_6,7,12, 14 B = cfw_x: x +1 A C
c) x must have exacatly 2 functions
e) None of these
d) x may have 1 or 2 functions, no more
12.
Say we define the class called A as follows:
class A cfw_
void z(int a) cfw_
System.out.println("Number = " + a);
Which of the following is legitimate? Assu
CISC 213- Practice Test 1
Part A- The following questions are either multiple choice or short answer. If the
question is multiple choice, select the best answer.
1.
Which of the following is true about every Java application:
a) It must must have at least
cfw_
int x = 1;
cfw_
int y = 2;
/Comment
By the time we reach the comment, which of the following variables are out of
scope?
a) Only x
b) x and y
c) Only y
d) It depends on the what follows
e) None of these
19.
Say we define the following classes:
class
22.
If we make the declaration String a[] = cfw_"one", "two", "three" then
explain what a[0], a[1], and a[2] represent.
23.
Assume we make the declarations
double[][] abc = new double[3][];
abc[0] = new double[5];
abc[1] = new double[3];
abc[2] = new doub
Pecos Campus
Modern Differential Equations
MAT 276 (LEC 30299) ) Syllabus - SPRING 2016
Jan 19, 2016 May 13, 2016
(Bradshaw Hall Rm 149)
TuTh 5:05PM - 6:45PM
Instructor's Name Dr. Paul Vaz
Phone 480-965-2254
Email vaz@asu.edu
Office Hours By appointment
P
MAT 241 INTEGRATION-A-PALOZZA #2
(1) Find the volume of the region behind the plane x + y + z = 8 and in front
3
3
of the region in the yz-plane
that is bounded by z = 2 y and z = 4 y.
f (x, y, z) dV as an iterated integral in six dif-
(2) Express the in
MAT 241 INTEGRATION-A-PALOZZA #1
(1) Set up but do not evaluate, an iterated integral that gives the volume of
the solid region that lies below the paraboloid x = x2 + y 2 and above the
2
2
region in the
xy-plane bounded by the curves y = 8x and y = x.
2
MAT 241 J. Springer
Name:
Exam 2
Thursday March 26, 2015
Show all work. Correct answers without appropriate supporting work will not recieve full credit. Do write your favorite television sitcom in the
margin of page four for one point extra credit. Graph
MAT 240 Calculus III
Syllabus Spring 2015
Chandler-Gilbert Community College
Jeff Springer
Office Hours: Before/After class
Office TBD
(520) 270-1564
daryl.springer@cgc.edu
Sect. #36016
M/W 6:10 PM 8:15 PM
BRD 147
TEXT: Calculus: Single and Mult
Final Exam Topics
Definite and Indefinite Integrals (Know how to evaluate with:
Geometric, Direct, Substitution, Integration by Parts, Integration
by Partial Fraction Decomposition)
Approximation Techniques (Left, Right, Midpoint, and Trapezoid)
What d
Basic Functions
Sarah Ringle
CIS 105 Tu-Th 10:00 AM
Add these number using the SUM function with cell references
54
655
84
921
1714
87
54
21
69
82
313
654
982
167
1803
25
58
36
69
14
47
249
74
41
85
52
96
63
122
533
Find the average of these numbers using
ABSTRACT
To answer Lucys questions,
we use fundamental
methods of integral calculus
as well as algebraic
equations to solve problems
related to estimating daily
productivity, earnings, and a
what-if scenario.
Brian Crethers, Hayden
Owen, Sarah Ringle,
BAT
Brian Crethers,
Hayden Owen,
Sarah Ringle,
Ana Woodward
PROBLEM #1: HOW MANY
CANDIES
How many chocolate candies would we estimate
Lucy and Ethel wrapped during the 1.5 minute time
period?
Approach:
Tabulated the points given
Plot the table on an X-Y Sca
A Kiss Is Just a Kiss
The Hersheys Kiss Volume Problem
Problem statement:
The recipe information was lost for the extrusion process at the
Hersheys chocolate factory, specifically for the Hersheys kiss
product.
A sample must be used to determine the volum
ABSTRACT
To answer Lucys questions, we
use fundamental methods of
integral calculus as well as
algebraic equations to solve
problems related to estimating
daily productivity, earnings, and a
what-if scenario.
Brian Crethers, Hayden
Owen, Sarah Ringle, Ana
CHAPTER ONE: USING TECHNOLOGY TO
CHANGE THE WORLD
- THE DIGITAL DIVIDE AND THE MOBILE BRIDGE
Sarah Ringle
Tu/Th-10:00am
WHAT IS THE DIGITAL DIVIDE?
The digital divide is the gap between those who have easy access to all
sorts of technology and those who
INDIANA JONES
Brian Crethers
Hayden Owen
Sarah Ringle
Ana Woodward
Problem Statement
Indiana Jones, a.k.a. Han Solo, got captured by Von Blaserfield when
he finally found the priceless manuscript.
Blaserfield then proceeded to tie up Jones then throw hi
INDIANA JONES
Brian Crethers
Hayden Owen
Sarah Ringle
Ana Woodward
Problem Statement
Indiana Jones, a.k.a. Han Solo, got captured by Von Blaserfield when
he finally found the priceless manuscript.
Blaserfield then proceeded to tie up Jones then throw hi
MAT276
Name_
MidtermTest
March 6, 2014
Use the space provided below each question for your response. Use the back of each page if you
need more space. Where indicated, provide as complete and as thorough of an explanation as
possible.
1. Ali claims that i
Fish Harvesting
A scientist at a fish hatchery has previously demonstrated that the rate of change equation
dP
P
= 2 P(1 ) is a reasonable model for predicting the number of fish that the hatchery can
dt
25
expect to find in their pond.
Recently, the hatc
How Many Bugs?
1. A group of biologists is studying a particular bug population in a rainforest. They gathered
data about these bugs for different population values, N, at different times, t. The scientists
reasoned that the rate of change depended only o
Cooling Coffee
A group of students want to develop a rate of change equation to describe the
cooling rate for hot coffee in order that they can make predictions about other cups of cooling
coffee. Their idea is to use a temperature probe to collect data o
Proposed Paths of Descent
dh
= h as a means
dt
to predict the height of a plane as it nears the ground while a different group of scientists
1
dh
proposed the rate of change equation
= h 3 (in both rate of change equations h is in feet and
dt
t is in minu
A Salty Tank
A very large tank initially contains 15 gallons of saltwater containing 6 pounds of salt. Saltwater
containing 1 pound of salt per gallon is pumped into the top of the tank at a rate of 2 gallons per
minute, while a well mixed solution leaves
Population Growth - Limited Resources
dP
P
= 0.3P(1
) in order to help
dt
12.5
them predict the future number of deer in Indiana (time measured in years).
A group of scientists developed the rate of change equation
dP
= 0.3P assumes that there is only on
Spotted Owls
A group of biologists are making predictions about the spotted owl population in a forest in the
Pacific Northwest. The differential equation the scientist use to model the spotted owl
dP P P P
=
1 1 , where P is in hundreds of owls and t is
Predator-Prey
Consider the following systems of rate of change equations:
dx
dt
dy
dt
System A
x
= 3x (1 ) 20 xy
10
xy
= 5 y +
20
dx
dt
dy
dt
System B
xy
= 0.3x
100
y
= 15 y (1 ) + 25 xy
17
In both of these systems, x and y refer to the number of two dif