tPart I. Basic Computations
1.
(3 points) Convert the binary form (base 2) to decimal form (base 10): 01110111
base 2
Coverted to decimal form is: 119 I typed the binary number into my calculator
that was set on programming mode.
2.
(3 points) Convert fro
Part I. Basic Computations
Questions 1 and 2 are based on the following information regarding this group of
students.
Student
Name
Gender
HairColor
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
John
Mary
Kerry
Michael
Nakita
Jill
David
Eric
M
F
F
M
F
F
M
M
Black
Blonde
Brown
Brown
Red
Part I. Basic Computations
1. (4 points 2 points each) Let p, q, and r represent the following simple statements:
p: The temperature outside is hot
q: The air conditioner in my house is working
r: The temperature in my house feels warm
Write each compound
MM250 Discrete Mathematics - ASCII Character Code Look-Up Table
Dec
32
Space
Binary
100000
Hex
Char
4
52
110100
Five Digit
Char
Char
Name
Four Digit
Char
Name
20
Dec
Binary
Char
Name
Char
34
Capital O
O
79
1001111
4F
Hex
Dec
Binary
Hex
5
53
110101
35
Capi
Set Theory and Relational Databases
MM250 Discrete Mathematics
Unit 5
Goncharenko Dmitry
The Relational database model was introduced by E.F. Codd in 1969. It allows anyone to
organize data into tables of columns and rows, with a primary key, that identif
A state transition diagram requires that your application have a finite number of states.
The diagram below shows the transitions that exist between those states.
A key concept is that each state is independent of the path taken to arrive at that state. I
Final Project Assignment
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Final Project Assignment
Kenya Smith
Kaplan University
MM250
Process Improvement Manager
July 10, 2014
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I attest that this is my original work.
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Part I. Basic Computations
1.
A restauraunt offers the following limited lunch menu:
Main Course
Vegetables
Beverages
Desserts
Ham
Chicken
Fish
Veggie Burger
Potatoes
Peas
Salad
Coffee
Tea
Milk
Soda
Cake
Pie
Ice Cream
a. (2 points) If one item is selected
Part I. Basic Computations
1.
According to the National Education Association 1, the average classroom teacher
in the US earned $43,837 in annual salary for the 1999-2000 school year.
a. If the teachers receive an average salary increase of $1096, write o
Part I. Basic Computations
1.
(4 points) The plan for a four-room house is shown below. Draw a graph that models the
connecting relationships between the areas in the floor plan. [Your graph does not
Kitchen
Den
Living
Room
Outsid
e
Hall
Answer:
Key: K =
1. For the given tree, which of the following node or nodes would be considered child nodes?
(Points : 3)
M
S
P
All of the above
2. Which of these graphs are trees? (Points : 3)
both a and b
neither a nor b
3. According to the spanning tree rule, how many
Part I. Basic Computations
1.
Using the following tree, name two vertices that are considered the following. Explain in your
own words how you know:
(a) parent-child (2 points).
Answer:
201 and 202
Explanation:
Both nodes are children of 101, and both hav
Envision a job in which you can see yourself upon graduation. Prepare a 5-page portfolio using
examples from discrete mathematics that you could use to convince an employer that you can
perform the duties of that job. Your portfolio will include 3 samples
MM250 Discrete Mathematics
1
1
MM250 Discrete Mathematics
Network Admin
I currently work in an IT Support position at this time. My goal is to be promoted to a
Network Administrator within the next year. By the time I graduate with my Bachelors Degree I
w
Web Design
Dollie Achenbach
MM250 Introductory Discrete Mathematics
Professor Kaskowitz
November 11, 2014
Why I chose Web Design
A web Designer is someone who prepares content for the Web. They style the layout of the pages to make them
attractive to view
Students: 1-Sam, 2-Becky, 3-Andy, 4-Sally, 5-Tom
Test 1
Students 1-5
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2
93
63
85
67
82
3
85 90
79 87
90 73
85 93
91 100
4
|]
72
91
92
75
97
85
80
85
80
92.5
Averages for each student
We can then average out all of the students averages to find the total
Seminar Option 2:
Determine if the below graph has an Euler circuit. If so, list the letters in order that form an Euler
circuit. If not, explain how you know that there is not an Euler circuit.
Based on Eulers Theorem we can determine that the graph pres
The scenario I used for last weeks discussion was a made up path for running errands. In the path, I
started at A and eventually made my way back to A, since that vertex was for home. For this weeks
spanning tree graph, I removed a couple of paths so that
For this scenario, lets say I need to run some errands. I start off and finish at vertex A (home). There are
6 vertices in total, with 6 edges. The path runs from AB, BD, DE, EC, CF, FA. The vertices stand for:
A: home
B: post office
C: grocery store
D: k
Test 1
Test 2
Test 3
Test 4
Kady
75
91
82
93
John
92
98
89
97
Avery
89
88
85
92
Mae
97
95
90
99
Jude
82
79
80
88
Kady, John, Avery, Mae, and Jude are all students in the same class. During the last term of the year, they
were given four major tests. For t
Part 1:
My scenario for part 1 is one that anyone with kids would be familiar with; picking up toys. The
algorithm is as follows:
At 4:30 p.m. start picking up toys.
If the baby cries, console her then continue picking up toys,
else continue picking up to