SYSC 2100, Sample Solution to Winter 2014 Midterm
February 27, 2014
Duration: 70 minutes
Instructor: T. Kunz
Question 1. Big-O Notation (10 marks)
Suppose we have a method whose worstTime(n) is linear in n. Determine the effect of tripling n on the est
Control of an Inverted Pendulum
The purpose of this lab was to study the inverted pendulum that is a non-linear system.
This lab also required us to simulate this system when a proportional-plus-derivative
(March 7th, 2012)
All solutions must be shown clearly.
Agency revenues. An economic consultant was retained by a large employment
agency in a metropolitan area to develop a regression model for predicting monthly
agency revenues ( y )
School of Mathematics and Statistics
STAT 2507 Assignment #1
Section A due Tuesday, October 2, 2012 before 10:05am
Section B due Tuesday, October 2, 2012 before 6:05pm
Section C due Monday, October 1, 2012 before 2:35pm
STAT 2507 Fall 2011
Some sample questions for the term test (the actual test can have more
THE MIDTERM TEST COVERS CHAPTERS 1-6 INCLUSIVE.
Question 1. Consider the distribution of measurements above. Which of the following are
I) The mean
Midterm Stat2507 (D, E, F) Winter 2013 Duration: 90 minutes Closed book
Simple calculators allowed. Pages are two-sided. Total of marks=100.
Last Name FirstStudent #
Multiple choice questions part: every question is worth 5 marks. Please circle
Solution-Lab Assignment # 1
Note: Since the data are random, the answers may slightly dierent
Type the following Minitab commands to generate 200 numbers to be saved in a vector called
MTB> set c1
Soci 2001 Midterm Review
Research and Theory
*Theories are often used to make sense of the social world.
*Def/ an explanation of observed regularities or patterns
Components of a Theory:
1.Definitions which specify what the key
January 10th Representations and the Sociological Approach
The goal of this course is to understand how different social structures reflect
and perpetuate social inequality. We find this out through research.
Solution-Assignment # 4
Part I: Lab Part
Use spaces left to answer lab questions.
1. Generate and store in column c4 10,000 values from the normal distribution with = 6.5 and
= 3 as follows:
random 10000 c4;
normal 6.5 3.
(a)  use
1. Matrilineal: Was practiced at the time of Muhammads birth (circa 570) in Arabia. The
women would remain in her tribe and the man could visit or live with her. The children also
belonged to the mothers tribe. Yet even with the presence of mat
Assignment # 2
Section A due Tuesday, October 16, 2012 before 10:05am
Section B due Tuesday, October 16, 2012 before 6:05pm
Section C due Monday, October 15, 2012 before 2:35pm
Last Name -,
Part I: Lab Part
Chapter 1 pp8-19
FOUR SCIENTIFIC CYCLES
- First is give and take between theory and data: Scientists test theories through research
and, in turn, adapt their theories based on data that result from research.
- -give and take between applied research, whic
MIDTERM 1 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY CHAPTERS 1 6
Chapter 1- Abnormal Behavior: Historical Perspectives
Abnormality: if someone deviates from how society believes they should act
and what they deem as normal
Family Resemblance: shared comment elements in abnorma
Abnormal Psychology Final Exam Review - Chapter 11
What Is Psychosis?
A class of psychological disorders where reality contact (the ability to successfully
interact with ones environment) is impaired
Delusions or prominent hallucinations, wit
FINAL EXAM NOTES
Chapter 13 Paraphilias and Gender Identity Disorders
1. Fetishism: reliance on inanimate objects or on a body part of
Partialism: obsession with a single body part
2. Transvestism: sexual gratification th
PSYC 3402 Exam Review
Bartol and Bartol (2008): Criminal behaviour refers to intentional
behaviour that violates a criminal code; intentional in that it did not
occur accidentally or without justification or excuse. This definition
Child Development Exam Review
According to Biological theories, development happens based on a biological timeline
Two sub-theories within the Biological Theories:
o Maturation Theory: child development reflects a specific plan withi
PSYC2600 Midterm One Practice Quiz - Answers
1. Which of the following is NOT defined as part of the person-environment interaction?
2. Most grand theories of personality focu
Multiple Choice Sample Questions
1. Which one of the following would be most interested in a newspaper article declaring
New psychological study finds that children easily forget things that they have only
b) Von Schre
The aim of the current study was to examine and evaluate the utility of offender profiles
when presented to investigators. Profiling has been criticized due to the Barnum effect;
subjective validation in which a person find
Sample M ultiple Choice Questions for Final Examination Review
1. Which of the following is not a symptom typically related to psychopathy?
a) antisocial behaviour
d) shallow emotion
e) lack of guilt
2. One advantage of usin
Brain And Behaviour
Pharmacology : Scientific study of actions of drugs and their effects on a
living organism (mostly based on plants)
Neuropharmacology: how drugs change the function of neurons. Its
concerned with drug induced changes in the
Psychology II Notes: Intelligence I
PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY: study of how drugs affect the nervous system.
Drugs are grouped by there behavioural effects.
1. Principles of Psychopharmacology: Drugs are chemicals used to
bring about a change in the body. They are used to diagnose, treat, and prev
Abortion: The intentional removal of a fetus from a womens womb at her un-coerced request, before
the fetus has come to term, resulting in the death of the fetus.
Loaded Language: carries assumption (i.e. biases, s
Descartes, Freud, Watson, Skinner, Wundt, Rogers, Maslow
Descartes Rene Descartes.
- Combined ideas from ancient philosophers with advances in science, math and
- First to create ideas and concepts that were testable.
- I think, therefore I am.