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1. The odds against finding out your child is a genius are 250 to 1 .
What is the probability that your child is a
Math 3B Lecture 1 Winter 2015 due Friday Feb 27
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Solutions to practice midterm 2
Sudesh Kalyanswamy and Jiayin Guo
(1) From the problem we know k = 0.25 while N = 5000, and we are going to solve
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with initial value y(0) = 1.
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Math 3B Exam I
Show all of your work. You may use a NON graphing
calculator. Turn your cell phones OFF and put them away.
2/9/2015
UCLA Department of Mathematics
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Problem Poi
Math 3B TEST 2
3/6/2015
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Problem
1
Points
10
2
10
3
10
4
10
5
10
Total
You earned :
50
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1. When a cake is removed from the oven, the temperature of the cake is 210 F. The cake is Eeft to
cooi at room temperature which is 70 F. After 30 minutes, the cake has a temperat
Practice for final exam Math 3B
Winter 2015
Part I Multiple choice
Circle the correct answer . Be careful to record the answer you think is correct . We will NOT
read your scratch paper . There will b
Practice for final exam Math 3B Winter 2015
Part 1 Multiple choice
Circle the correct answer . Be careful to record the answer you think is correct . We will NOT
read your scratch paper . There will b
Module 7:
Brain States and Consciousness
What is Consciousness, Exactly?
alertness; being awake
vs. being unconscious
self-awareness; the
ability to think about
self
having free wi
Module 13: Developmental Issues,
Prenatal Development,
and the Newborn
nature and
nurture
How do genes and experience
guide development over our
lifespan?
change and
stability
Issues i
Module 1:
The Story of
Psychology
From specula9on to science:
The Birth of Modern Psychology
Aristotle (4th century BCE) asked
ques9ons to understand the
rela9onship between body
Module 18: Vision, and Perceptual
Organiza9on and Interpreta9on
Vision:
Energy, Sensa,on,
and Percep,on
The
Visible
Spectrum
We encounter waves
of electromagne2c
radia2on.
Our eyes respon
Module 4:
Neural and Hormonal Systems
Overview: What We Have in Mind
Building blocks of mind: Neurons and how
they communicate (neurotransmi9ers)
Systems that build the mind:
Math 3B Practice for TEST 2.
You may use a non graphing calculator on the exam. Make sure you are familiar with
how to use it BEFORE the exam. We will not give calculator lessons during the exam.
Writ
Math 3B Exam l
Show all of your work. You may use a NON graphing
calculator. Turn your cell phones OFF and put them away.
2/9/2015
UCLA Department of Mathemagf
Name Section
1 1 O 2
1. Here is the fu
Math 3B, practice for TEST 1
You will be allowed to use a NON graphing
calculator for the exam. ( like the one pictured here ) NO
cell phone calculators.
1. Graph each function. Consider : where is f(
A few solutions to Prof. Greenes practice midterm 1
Sudesh Kalyanswamy
(8) (a) The graph of y =
36 x2 is shown below in gure 1.
Figure 1: The graph of f (x) =
36 x2
It is the top half of a circle of r
Math 3B, practice for TEST 1
You will be allowed to use a NON graphing calculator for
the exam. ( like the one pictured here ) NO cell phone
calculators.
1. Graph each function. Consider : where is f(