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Sociology 101
Professor Benedict Ngala
Spring 2011
Since the first paragraph of the analysis paper, the social scientist, Steve
Striffler, mentioned the effects of Globalization on that Chicken Factory. There are four
or can be more than
6.006- Introduction to
Algorithms
Lecture 12 Graph Algorithms
Prof. Manolis Kellis
CLRS 22.2-22.3
Combinatorics
Ponytail
No ponytail
Beard
Erik
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No Beard
Piotr
Manolis
Unit #4 Games, Graphs, Searching, Networks
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Unit #4 Overview: Searc
1.8 Trig Functions of Special Angles
Tuesday, September 06, 2011
7:52 AM
Agenda:
1. Homework Roll
2. Whiteboard Warmup
3. Lesson: 1.8 Trig Functions of Special Angles
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Homework Roll
Roll
HW#
1,2
7
3,4
8
5
9
6
10
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Whiteboard Warmup
State the values of al
1.4 Angle Measure in Degrees and Radians
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
10:06 AM
Agenda
1. Classwork
2. Lesson: 1.4 Angle Measures in Degrees and Radians
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Lesson: 1.4 Angle Measures in Degrees and Radians
Goals:
1. Measure angles and arcs in degrees and radian
6.006 Intro to Algorithms
Recitation 15
April 1, 2011
Bellman-Ford
Given a weighted graph G(V, E ) with a source vertex s, we can solve the single-source shortest
paths problem using Bellman-Ford.
Previously, in 6.006 recitation:
w(u, v) - Weight of the
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EN 101
Professor Carroll
Spring 2011
I have been beaten by my alarm clock since right after the first day of my
8:00am EN 101 English class which I was late for 30 whole minutes on the first day.
Before I used to beat my alarm clock by c
6.006 Intro to Algorithms
Recitation 24
May 6, 2011
Convex Hull
Given a set of points Q, we may want to nd the convex hull, which is a subset of points that form
the smallest convex polygon where every point in Q is either on the boundary of the polygon o
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Professor Carroll
EN 101
Spring 2011
Annotation 1
The system doesnt treat mental health with the same urgency it treats general
health care, says one former Marine, Brain Hitchcock, who has been diagnosed with
PTSD and is trying to get
6.006 Intro to Algorithms
Recitation 23
May 4, 2011
Newtons Method
Newtons method is a method that iteratively computes progressively better approximations to the
roots of a real-valued function f (x). Its input is an initial guess x0 and the function f (
AMERICAN IDIOMS
(FROM IDIOM ADVANTAGE)
1. AHEAD OF ONES TIME New and revolutionary concept.
2. BEND OVER BACKWARDS To try very hard.
3. BOUNCE A CHECK To write a check without having sufficient money in ones
account to cover it.
4. BREATHING ROOM To have
6.006 Intro to Algorithms
Recitation 22
April 29, 2011
Modular Exponentiation
Modular exponentiation is the problem of nding an efcient way of computing ab mod n. Modular exponentiation is applicable in many security measures, such as RSA. The naive appro
6.006 Intro to Algorithms
Recitation 21
April 27, 2011
Dynamic Programming: Widget Layout
Setup
There are two types of widgets.
A leaf widget is a visible widget that someone may see or use, such as a button or an image.
Every leaf widget has a list of p
6.006 Intro to Algorithms
Recitation 19
April 15, 2011
Dynamic Programming: 1D Optimization
Fibonacci Sequence
To efciently calculate F [x], the xth element of the Fibonacci sequence, we can construct the array
F from left to right (or bottom up). We star
6.006 Intro to Algorithms
Recitation 14
March 30, 2011
Shortest Paths
In the past, we were able to use breadth-rst search to nd the shortest paths between a source
vertex to all other vertices in some graph G. We weighed each edges equally so the shortest
6.006 Recitation 17
Recitation today was quiz review. Most recitations went over the Spring 2010 Quiz 2. You can
find the problems and solutions here:
http:/courses.csail.mit.edu/6.006/oldquizzes/
Most recitations got through the True/False, problem 2, an
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EN 101
Professor Carroll
Spring 2011
A brief look at Jonathan Schulze would scare anyone. Standing at more
than six feet and weighing nearly 220 pounds, he indeed looked an intimidating figure.
Yet, a short conversation with the man, rev
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A brief look at Jonathan Schulze would scare anyone. Standing at more than six feet and
weighing nearly 220 pounds, he indeed looked an intimidating figure. Yet, a short conversation
with the man, revealed a very be
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Sociology 101
Professor Ngala
Spring 2011
Education system in South Africa
South Africa is known as a Rainbow nation due to the great diversity, different culture,
and subculture. The society is raised according to their ethnic group; th