Theoretical Notes for Test #2
If A is a square matrix, then the minor of entry aij is denoted Mij and is defined to be the
determinant of the submatrix that remains after the ith row and jth column are deleted from A.
Tthe number (-1) ^ i+j M ij is denote
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COMM 210
Contemporary Business Thinking
Class 1
Introduction
Winter 2017
Welcome to COMM 210
Contemporary Business Thinking
Dr. Franois Bastien
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Office hours: Thursday 12:30 14:30
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COMM 210
Contemporary Business Thinking
Class 5
Vision: Ideology and Envisioned Future
Winter 2017
Objectives for today
Progress reports
Discussion on essay
Review: How to prep for class
Team project: Ethics of research with human participants
Uncove
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Contemporary Business Thinking COMM 210
Section G - Winter 2017
Thursday 2:45 5:30 / MB S2.115
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Sample midterm for MATH 200
1. Evaluate the following expressions:
a. |3 4|1 3|
b. 1.5(3 1) + 3(3 4)
c. 3x2 5x + 2(y + 2) y
for x = -1 and y = 1
2. The expression x(x 1) + x2 2x 5 can be written in the form Ax2 + Bx + C where A, B
and C are explicit numbe
Math Test #3 Notes
1) Derivative function DNE when a sharp/corner point exists
corner: slopes of both lines don't equal each other
sharp: tangent is vertical line.
2) Parallel line to the tangent: when you have a tangent line equation already made and y
Math Test #2 Notes
Limits
1) Horizontal Asymptotes: divide the rational function by the highest degree of "X" in deonminator
2) Vertical Asymptoes: make denominator = 0 but make sure that your fraction doesn't turn into 0/0
3) 0/0 limits (indeterminant fo
Section 1.2
Homogeneous Linear Systems
All constant terms are = 0
Solution is called Trivial
o Non-zero solutions are Non-Trivial
Always consistent
2 possibilities for solutions:
o Only Trivial
o Infinitely many on top of trivial
Theorem: A homogeneous sy
Math Review
1) If you find a restriction by which an equation does not =0 you still need to factor it to see what numbers x can't or can equal.
From there you can plug domain.
Also if there is an inequality, solve it by using an EQUATION (=)!
If the ineq
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Great Ideas in Mathematics
Winter 2015
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Winter 2016
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Sample midterm for MATH 200
1. [2 + 2 + 2 marks] Evaluate the expressions:
a. 2 |4 1|
b. 5(3 7) + 2(12 2)
c.
2. [2 + 2 + 2 marks] Evaluate the following expressions for x = 0 and y = 1:
a. 5x 2y + 1
b. 5(x 2y) + 1
c. 5(x 2y + 1)
3. [3 marks] Are the follo
MATH 200/2 2013 FINAL EXAM
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Course: MATH 200/2 2013
Date: Dec 6, 2013
Examination: Final Exam
Time: 7PM 10PM
Instructors: N. Hardy, B. Rhodes, J. Ruddy, P. Zorin
Course Examiner: N. Hardy
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MINI CASE 6:
ART EXHIBIT
ART EXHIBIT, UNDERSTANDING THE SOLUTIONS
EXHIBIT FACTORS
Using technological advances to determine
1.
Profits
2.
Revenue
3.
Costs
4.
Break-even
5.
Best possible outcome
FINAL RESULTS
By creating a spreadsheeet, the most profitab
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Religion of the Indus Valley
Religion of the Indus valley human civilization of old India were one of the
principal development on the planet's history. The Indus Valley human civilization of old Indi
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Fundamental Concepts of Algebra
Summer 2016
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