Math 131 (Pastore) - Limit definition and limit laws
Formal definition of the limit of a function
The function has the limit as approaches , which is written
lim () =
if the value of () can be made a
MATH 131 Calculus for Social Sciences
Implicit Differentiation and Related Rates
1. A manager determines that when q-hundred units of a commodity are produced, the total cost is Cthousand dollars, whe
MATH 131: Calculus for Social Sciences (Pastore Fall 2017)
Section 3.4: Marginal Functions in Economics Notes and examples
Marginal Cost Function Example
1. A company manufactures a portable DVD playe
Math 131 Fall 2017 (Pastore)
Optimization I (Section 4.4)
Maximizing Profit
1. A company that produces speaker systems has a total profit from manufacturing and selling -units
given by the function
()
Math 131 (Calculus for Social Sciences)
Fall 2017 (Prof. Pastore)
Applications of the Derivative
1. Marine biologists undertake a 10-year whale conservation project to prevent extinction of certain
sp
Chapter 7- Sampling Distributions
7.1
The shape of the normal distribution is determined by its mean and its standard
deviation
In practical situations, you may be able to decide which type of prob
MTH 1250C
Exam 1 Solution
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Directions: You have 75 minutes to answer the following questions. You must show all
your work as neatly and clearly as possibl
Homework assignment #3 solution
1. (Page 150, # 4.46) Dice An experiment consists of tossing a single die and observing the
number of dots that show on the upper face. Events A, B, and C are defined a
Homework assignment #7 solution
1. (Page 221, # 6.12) A normal random variable x has mean = 10 and standard deviation
= 2. Find the probability associated with each of the following intervals.
(a) x
Homework assignment #4 solution
1. (Page 164, # 4.83) Probability Distribution II A random variable x can assume five values:
0, 1, 2, 3, 4. A portion of the probability distribution is shown here:
x
Homework assignment #8 solution
1. (Page 259, # 7.25) Suppose a random sample of n = 25 observations is selected from a
population that is normally distributed with mean equal to 106 and standard devi
Homework assignment #2 Solution
1. (Page 138, # 4.21) Choosing People In how many ways can you select five people from a
group of eight if the order of selection is important?
Solution. Since we are s
Homework assignment #6 solution
1. (Page 221, # 6.1) Consider a standard normal random variable with = 0 and standard
deviation = 1. Use Table 3 (the cumulative standard normal distribution table) to
Homework assignment #5 solution
1. (Page 193, # 5.36) Consider a Poisson random variable with = 3. Use the Poisson formula
to calculate the following probabilities:
a. P (x = 0)
b. P (x = 1)
c. P (x >
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Emergence of Global Society
November 21, 2014
The Supreme Court is the highest court within the hierarchy of many legal jurisdictions.
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Discover New York
December 3, 2014
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Brooklyn Heights is a neighborhood I learned to know and love. Going to B
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The Difference between the textbook and The Diligent
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Research Paper
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The Europeans felt that the Africans were only good for cultivating the fields and being
slaves in the colonies in America. They felt that enslavement of Africans was necessary to
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4.7 Inverse Trigonometric Functions
Students will be able to . . .
evaluate inverse sine functions
evaluate other inverse trigonometric functions
evaluate compositions of trigonometric functions
Re
4.8(a) Applications and Models
Students will be able to . . .
solve reallife problems involving right triangles
solve reallife problems involving directional
bearings.
Solving a right triangle
Find
4.8(b) Applications and Models
Students will be able to . . .
solve reallife problems involving right triangles
solve reallife problems involving directional
bearings.
Directional Bearings
A bearing
PCLesson47(b)_notes.notebook
October13,2015
4.7 Inverse Trigonometric Functions
Students will be able to . . .
Able to evaluate inverse sine functions
Able to evaluate other inverse trigonometric
fu
PCLesson46(b).notebook
September13,2016
4.6(b) Graphs of Other Trigonometric Functions
Goals
Students will be able to . . .
graph secant and cosecant functions
graph tangent functions
graph cotange