ENG03 REVIEWER
By: Joshua Roberto Gruta (G213)
Disclaimer: This reviewer was NOT designed to give you an idea of what might appear in the
exam. It was made to serve as your guide through the lessons d
Central limit theorem
Castro, Jullieard Nicole O.
Central limit
theorem
7-7/260. The compressive
strength of concrete is normally
distributed with mean of 17237
KN/sq m and standard deviation of
345KN
Continuous Random
Variable
Castro, Jullieard Nicole O.
Continuous Random
Variable
4-3/111. Suppose that f(x) = 0.5
cos x for /2 < x < /2.
Determine the following:
(a) P(X < 0)
(b) P(X < /4)
(c) P(/4 <
Statistical Intervals for a Single
Sample
MATH30
Probability and Statistics
Objectives
At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to
Construct confidence intervals on the mean of a
normal di
Sampling Distribution and Point
Estimation of Parameters
MATH30
Probability and Statistics
Objectives
At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to
Explain the general concepts of estimating
Law of Conservation of
Energy
Prof. Anna Marie Benzon
Gravitational Potential Energy
Conservation of Mechanical
Energy
When forces other than gravity do
work
Gravitational potential energy for motion
Discrete Probability Distributions
Random Variables and Their Probability Distributions
A random variable is a real-valued function whose domain is a sample
space.
A random variable X is said to be di
MATH23-1
CALCULUS 3
VECTORS
BY: ENRICK ELLOSO
2015105701
Exercise 11.2
7. Find the components of the Vector
P1P2
Given P1(5,-2,-1) and P2 (3,2,3)
Note: Terminal Initial and from
() you change it to <
VECTOR VALUED FUNCTIONS
MATH23
MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS
GENERAL OBJECTIVE
At the end of the lesson the students are expected to:
Differentiate a vector valued function, and
Integrate a vector valued f
Measures of Describing Data
Numerical Summaries of Data
Measure of Central Tendency
- Also known as Measure of Center, Measure of Central
Location
- Measure of finding the mean, median or mode of the
SIMPLE LINEAR REGRESSION AND CORRELATION
The collection of statistical tools that are used to model and explore
relationships between variables that are related in a nondeterministic
manner is called
Correlation and Regression
McGraw-Hill, Bluman, 7th ed., Chapter 10
1
Overview
Introduction
10-1 Scatter Plots and Correlation
10-2 Regression
10-3 Coefficient of Determination and
Standard Error of t
Hypothesis Testing
McGraw-Hill, Bluman, 7th ed., Chapter 8
Overview
Introduction
Steps in Hypothesis Testing-Traditional
Method
z Test for a Mean
t Test for a Mean
z Test for a Proportion
2
Test f
Confidence Intervals and
Sample Size
McGraw-Hill, Bluman, 7th ed., Chapter 7
1
Overview
Introduction
Confidence Intervals for the Mean When
Is Known and Sample Size
Confidence Intervals for the Mean W
Chapter 6
The Normal Distribution
McGraw-Hill, Bluman, 7th ed., Chapter 6
1
Chapter 6 Overview
Introduction
Normal Distributions
Applications of the Normal
Distribution
The Central Limit Theorem
The N
Discrete Probability
Distributions
McGraw-Hill, Bluman, 7th ed, Chapter 5
1
Overview
Introduction
Probability Distributions
Mean, Variance, Standard Deviation,
and Expectation
The Binomial Distributio
CPR#1.2
Question 1. The following data are the joint temperatures of the O-rings (oF) for each test firing or actual
launch of the space shuttle rocket motor (from Presidential Commission on the Space
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
INTRAMUROS MANILA
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
PROJECT IN
MATH 30-8
C2
GROUP MEMBERS:
Dacatimbang, Jhoanna Mae
Sumaoang, Sarah Minette
Tadena, Ingrid Beatrice
SIR RICHARD EA
Sumaoang, Sarah Minette D.
Phy10L/B4
ChE-I
EXPERIMENT 101
REMARKS
Upon determining the
F4
using experimental method, the researchers found a hard time since there
are many answer that can be found in
1.
k = 1+3.322 log n
2.
C=R/k
3.
n=N / ( 1+ N e2 )
4.
R=H L
5.
x = x /n
6.
= x /N
[
*k
]
U
L
n
xi
np
100
CV =( s . d ./mean ) 100
22.
~
Sk ( Pearsonian )= 3 ( x x (median) ) /s . d .
23.
Sk = ( X )
CHAPTER 1
T H E N AT U R E O F A C A D E M I C T E X T S
WARM-UP ACTIVITY
Read the four texts and fill out this table based on
your evaluation of the texts.
Text 1
What is the text
about?
What is its
AMERICAN
PERIOD
Philippine literary production during the American Period in the Philippines was spurred
by two significant developments in education and culture. One is the introduction of free
publi
Brief introduction
Just as a walking stick or a baseball glove can supplement the functioning of the body, cognitive tools,
computational instruments, and external information sources can supplement t
Davin, Paul MC Artney C.
PHY01 G223
ANALYSIS
= We setup the launcher at the edge of the table so that whenever it moves, we know exactly
where to put it back. Using the wire in getting the vertical di
LESSON 2: READING
STRATEGIES
OBJECTIVES:
1. Identify the purpose of
reading academic text; and
2. Enumerate the different
strategies for academic
reading;
READING GOALS
1. Why am I reading this text?
Name:
Student Number:
Section:
PHY01 LINEAR KINEMATICS, PROJECTILE MOTION
1. A motorcyclist is heading east through a small Iowa city accelerates after he passes the
signpost marking the city limits.
ANALYSIS
In the first part of the experiment we determined the initial velocity of a projectile
launched horizontally. We first set the projectile launchers angle to 0o, we then used the
plumb line to
1. A commuter airplane takes the following routes. First, it flies from the origin of the coordinate system
to city A, located 175 km in a direction 30.0 north of east. Next, it flies 153 km 20.0 west
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
PROJECT
ABSTRACT
The aim of this study is to find out whether the two most extolled and renowned brand of smartphones,
i.e. iPhone and Samsung, can provide the same signa
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
MATH 30-6 SQ#1
NOTE: The answers given isnt guaranteed to be correct.
In how many ways can two committees (one of 4 members and other of 3 members) be formed out of 10
pe