Fluttering Symmetry
By: Kong Vang
Project 1
DUE: 10 March 2017
Symmetry
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To make the picture a bit easier let define the word symmetry.
- Symmetry mean having one side exactly mirrors to the other.
* By the looks of the butterfly we can see that the wing
Math 10B Chapter 10
Data Analysis/Statistics
Main Concept
The main concept of this chapter is collecting and analyzing large
amount of data that can inferences about the whole. In this world
everybody use statistics to collect and analyze their rate.
Pol
Math 10B Chapter 11
Introductory Geometry
Main Concept
The main concept of this chapter is the focuses on the study of sizes,
relative configuration and shapes. Along with points, lines,angles,
surfaces and solids. Its important to learn geometry because
Math10B Chapter 9
PROBABILITY
Main Concept
In this chapter was about finding the ratio that we can compare how
many times the outcomes is. In life there would be a point where we
would want compares and figure it out how many choice we can
get.
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Weekly Reflection #5:
We didn't have a traditional assessment for Chapter 9-10;
instead, we had a game project. Reflect on this assessment. Which
game did you like the most and why? Would you implement projects
like these in your future classroom? Why or
Weekly Reflections #1
Discuss your experience with discovery approach. What are your thoughts on this
approach vs. the traditional formula -> examples approach?
*To be honest I really enjoy the discovery approach it was something new for me. I
thought tha
Chapter 6
Work
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Average Value of a Function
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Chapter 7
Precedence for choosing u:
Logs, Inverse Trigonometry, Algebraic, Trigonometry, Exponential
a) Integration by Parts:
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b) Trigonometry Substitution:
Power of s
Chapter 3: Statistics for Describing,
Exploring, and Comparing Data
3-1 Review and Preview
3-2 Measures of Center
3-3 Measures of Variation
3-4 Measures of Relative Standing and
Boxplots
1
Chapter 3 Preview
Statistics
Descriptive
Statistics
Inferential
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Math 11 Statistics Notes & Definitions (Triola 12 )
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CHAPTER 7
This chapter presents the beginning of inferential statistics.
The two major activities of inferential statistics are (1) to use sample data to estimate values of a
population parameters, an
Math 11 Statistics Notes & Definitions (Triola 12 )
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CHAPTER 4
Section 4-2: Basic Concepts of Probability
This section presents three approaches to finding the probability of an event. The most important
objective of this section is to learn how to int
Math 11 Statistics Notes & Definitions (Triola 12 )
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CHAPTER 2
Section 2-1: Review & Preview
Center A representative value that indicates where the middle of the data set is located.
Variation A measure of the amount that the data values vary.
Distribu
Math 11 Statistics Notes & Definitions (Triola 12 )
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CHAPTER 5
Section 5-2: Probability Distributions
This chapter combines the methods of descriptive statistics presented in Chapter 2 and 3 and
those of probability presented in Chapter 4 to describe a
Math 11 Statistics Notes & Definitions (Triola 12 )
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CHAPTER 3
Section 3-1: Review & Preview
Chapter 1 - Distinguish between population and sample, parameter and statistic, good sampling
methods: simple random sample, stratified sample, etc. Mainly all
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Instructions: You may only use a NONGRAPHING CALCULATOR on this portion of the exam.
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Find the function
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Instructions: You need a GRAPHING CALCULATOR to complete this portion of the exam.
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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Count
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Education Level
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12 years, High School Graduate
More than High School
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74% of the respondents have more than a high school education. The next category, those with
Transforming variables:
Always transform into a new variable
(keep original variables intact)
Why do you want to recode?
A. You want to collapse categories (only
interested in comparing whites versus
all people of color)
B. Would recoding significantly ch
Descriptive Statistics (required to show
one table with Descriptive stats) Often
TABLE 1 in research
-Describe the sample
-40% of the participants who identified
as evangelical disagreed with having any
type of abortion
Inferential Statistics (required to
Case Studies
A group of eight case studies will be available online. Work in groups of three (your group in the lab)
or you may choose to have a maximum of four people to work on a case. You should review the
cases and decide on the cases you would most l
Our independent variable influences our outcome
variable (dependent variable).
How long it has been since the child has taken
asthma medication will influence the amount of
physical activity of the child does (p<.001).
How long it has been since a child h
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1. A grocer makes up a 42-pound mixture of almonds and walnuts. If the almonds cost 89 cents
a pound and the walnuts cost 59 cents a pound, how many pounds of each mus
Math 4A HW 3.1-3.2
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SHORT ANSWER. Show all work for full credit.
Find the corresponding angle measure in radians.
1) 120
1)
Convert the degree measure to radians. Leave answer as a multiple of .
2) 36
2)
3) -30
3)
4) 570
4)
5) 810
5)
Find the exact v
Exam
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MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Convert the angle to decimal degrees and round to the nearest hundredth of a degree.
1) 5635 43
A) 56.56
B) 56.61
C) 56.60
D) 56.66
Convert t
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Math 5B Study Guide
Chapter 8
Find the length of the curves. Show all work including a sketch, f(x), [f‘(x)]2, the
antiderivative, and the evaluation of the definite integral. When specified, the
definite integral function on your c
Name
Number
Math 5B Study Guide
6.1
Chapter 6
For each set of curves, a) sketch a region bounded by the curves, b) sketch a vertical or
horizontal rectangular strip and state an expression for the area of the strip: and 0) state
the definite integral that