C H A P T E R 7
Applications of Integration
Section 7.1
Area of a Region Between Two Curves
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Volume: The Disk Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Section 7.3
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3
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5
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3.88
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2.41
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1.55
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3.22
So, the range is approximately 3 standard deviations from the mean.
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Calculate the area under the standard normal curve to the left of these values:
a. z = 1.6
b. z = 1.83
c. z = 0.90
d. z = 4.18
Solutions
a. P(z < 1.6)
=NORMSDIST(1.6)
a. P(z < 1.83)
=NORMSDIST(1.83)
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Let x be a binomial random variable with n = 10 and p = 0.4. Find these
values:
P(x = 4)
P(x 4)
P(x > 4)
P(x 4)
= np
= npq
Solutions
a. =BINOMDIST(4,10,0.4,FALSE)
b. (x 4) = 1 - (x 3)
=1
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6.3
Calculate the area under the standard normal curve to the left of these values:
a. z = 1.6
b. z = 1.83
c. z = 0.90
d. z = 4.18
Solutions
a. P(z < 1.6)
=NORMSDIST(1.6)
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Sue and Ann decide to lose weight. Sue is rich and hires a trainer.
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5.9
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b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
Let x be a binomial random variable with n = 10 and p = 0.4. Find these
values:
P(x = 4)
P(x 4)
P(x > 4)
P(x 4)
= np
= npq
Solutions
a. =BINOMDIST(4,10,0.4,FALSE)
b. (x 4) = 1 - (x 3)
=1
Chapter 2
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Mean - average
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Too extreme? Here's another example. Students come to me and say
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The DVR is a common fixture in most American households. In fact,
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ELET 1400 Circuit Theory II
Review for Test 1
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Given any two of the quantities V, I, R, and P for a resistor; Calculate other quantities.
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4.1
Tossing a Die
An experiment involves tossing a single die. These are some events:
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1
Ussually a large pizza feeds 5 students with a standard deviation of 1.3 students.
What percent of the time will a large pizza feed more than 10 students?
6.0E-005
I order a pizza and it feeds 7 students? Is that unusual?
I think it would be unusual as
1
Ussually a large pizza feeds 5 students with a standard deviation of 1.3 students.
What percent of the time will a large pizza feed more than 10 students?
feeds 5 students
strandard deviation 1.3
feeds more than 10 studnets
5.99932E-005 1-NORMDIST(10,5,