Determining the most efficient technique to use when solving a Quadratic Equation
1) a x
2
+ bx + c = 0 and it can
be factored easily
2
2) a x + bx = 0
3) a x
4)
2
+c=0
(u)2 = d; (u) is a first degree
polynomial
2
5) a x + bx + c = 0 and it cannot
be fact
1) You are choosing between two long distance telephone plans. Plan A has a monthly
fee of $20 with a charge of $0.05 per minute for all long-distance calls. Plan B has a
monthly fee of $5 with a charge of $0.10 per minute for all long-distance calls. For
1.
=
9 x 2 dx
A)
D)
2
x 9 x 2 9 1 x
sin C
2
2
3
x 9 x
9
x
sin 1 C
2
2
3
B)
E)
2
9 x 2 9 1 x
sin C
2
2
3
x 9 x
9
x
sin C
2
2 3
C)
9 x 2 9 1 x
sin C
2
2
3
Ans: D
Section: 7.4
2.
0
=
ex
(Approximate answer to three decimal places.)
9 3e 2 x dx
1
A)
May 30, 2016
Week 1 Discussion 2
Question 2 - Contingency Tables
Download the Excel file labeled for Discussion Question 2, week 1. This is a study of 1,000
inner city males and their levels of depression.
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Professor Allen
BST322
June 1, 2016
Week 1 Assignment
1.
For each of the following (a through d), indicate which is a variable and which is a constant:
a.
The number of minutes in an hour. C
b.
Systolic blood pressure V
c.
Blood type C
d.
The number of da
May 30, 2016
Week One Discussion One:
Question 1 - Analysis of Heart Rate
For fun a medical school professor once made a class of med students jump up and down for 1
minute and then measure their heart rate. Below are the values that were recorded:
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NOTE: FOR QUESTIONS 4,12, AND 13 USE THE FOLLOWING FILE WHICH HAS BEEN
E-MAILED TO YOU WITH THIS HINTS FILE
Week 2 Assignment Data_BB_final file to use for 4,12,and 13.xls
BST 322 Week 2 Assignment
What is the probability of rolling a four in the gambling
HOW SAFE IS YOUR CITY?
BY:
HYPOTHESIS
FINDINGS
Were we
RIGHT
OR
WRONG?
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Pomona
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Riverside
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San Bernardino
San Diego
San Jacinto
San Marcos
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Me
Findings:
Through our research, we found that there appears to be a negative correlation between a
city's income level and their crime rate. As income increases, the percentage of crime rate
decreases; validating our hypothesis. With all of our research,
Statistics Research Project
Introduction: You will create a hypothesis about a correlation between any two quantitative
variables for which you collect data, either by a reference, or by your own sampling, surveying
and data collection. You will then anal
Chapter 7
Advanced Integration Techniques
Before introducing the more advanced techniques, we will look at a shortcut for the easier of the
substitution-type integrals. Advanced integration techniques then follow: integration by parts,
trigonometric integ
Analysis of Functions: Increase, Decrease, and
Concavity
Solutions To Selected Problems
Calculus 9th Edition Anton, Bivens, Davis
Matthew Staley
October 7, 2011
1. In each part, sketch the graph of the function f with the stated properties, and
discuss th
As in exam 1, there are 10 questions worth 10 points each. The topics are:
Find a derivative using the limit definition
Find the equation (not just the slope) of the tangent line to a graph
Find the derivative
Find the derivative
Find the derivative
Find
(10 pts) Find the relative maxima and minima of a function (3.2)
Stationary and non-stationary points may be considered
(10 pts) Identify features of a function and its derivatives from a graph of the function (3.1, 3.2)
(20 pts) Graph a polynomial functi
Chapter 6 Sec. 6.1 Property Tax and Property Tax Rate
Directions
Solve the following problems. Write your answers in the blanks provided. Place commas
and dollar signs in answers as needed.
A.
Calculate the tax levied on property based on assessed value;
Chapter 5 Sec. 5.3 Payroll Deductions
Directions
Solve the following problems. Write your answers in the blanks provided. Place commas
and dollar signs in answers as needed; round answers to the nearest cent unless otherwise noted.
A.
Compute Social Secur
Chapter 5 Sec. 5.2 Gross Pay for Various Compensation Methods
Directions
Solve the following problems. Write your answers in the blanks provided. Place commas
and dollar signs in answers as needed; round answers to the nearest cent unless otherwise noted.
Chapter 5 Sec. 5.1 Payroll
Directions
Solve the following problems. Write your answers in the blanks provided. Place commas
and dollar signs in answers as needed; round answers to the nearest cent unless otherwise noted.
A.
For each annual amount of pay,
Chapter 3: Sec. 3.3 Percent of Increase and Decrease
Directions.
Solve the following problems. Write your answers in the blanks provided. Place
commas, dollar signs, and percent symbols as needed. For rate answers, round to the nearest
tenth of a percent.
Chapter 3: Sec. 3.2. Part, Rate, and Base
Directions.
Solve the following problems. Write your answers in the blanks provided. Place
commas, dollar signs, and percent symbols as needed.
A.
Identify the elements of the following problems. Do not calculate.
D.
Find the base - the total amount - in these problems, round to the nearest
hundredth. Objective 4
16.
125% of what total amount is 62?
_49.60_
17.
16 is 80% of what total amount?
_20.00_
E.
Find the part, rate, or base in the following problems. Round
0.027Chapter 3 Sec. 3.1 Introduction to Percent
Directions
Solve the following problems. Write your answers in the blanks provided.
A.
Write the following percents as decimals. Objective 2
1.
2.7% =
3.
6.5% =
B.
Write the following decimals as percents. O
Chapter 2 Sec. 2.3 Multiply and Divide Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Directions
Complete the following problems. Write your answers in the blanks provided. Reduce your answers in the
lowest terms.
I. Multiply the following fractions, whole numbers, and mixe
Chapter 2 Sec. 2.2 Add and Subtract Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Directions
Complete the following problems. Write your answers in the blanks provided.
Express your answers in the lowest terms.
I. Add the following fractions with like denominators. Objecti
Shona Cook
Chapter 1 Sec. 1.5 Division
Directions
Solve the following problems. Type your answers in the blanks provided. Place commas and dollar signs in
answers where appropriate.
I. Divide. Round decimal answers to the hundredth position. Objective 2,