3.1 Exponential Functions
Please review the identities previously listed under Algebra Tools.
Additional Properties of Exponents
For any real number a > 0, a 0, the following statements are true:
(1)
Math 1425 Midterm 2 Review Part 1
Find the extrema of each function, if they exist. List each extrema along with the x-value at which it
occurs.
1.
f ( x) x 2 6 x 3
2.
f ( x) 2 3 x 2 x 2
3.
f ( x) 0.5
4.1 Antidifferentiation
Antidifferentiation is the process of differentiation in reverse.
Theorem
The antiderivative of f(x) is the set of functions F(x) + C such that
d
F ( x) C f ( x) ,
dx
where C i
Definite Integrals
Properties of Definite Integrals
The properties of indefinite integrals apply to definite integrals.
For a < b,
b
f ( x)dx F (b) F (a)
(i)
a
b
(ii)
b
c f ( x)dx c f ( x)dx
a
b
(ii
5.111 Lecture Summary #14
October 13, 2009
MOLECULAR ORBITAL THEORY
QM theory to describe chemical bonding. We want to see what wavefunctions look like on
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MATH2412 Chapter 6-7 Test 4 Practice
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Write as a percent.
1) 0.5
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Write as a decimal.
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1.
Determine whether the data are qualitative or quantitative.
the numbers on the shirts of a girl's soccer team
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1.
QUESTION 2
Provide an appropriate resp
6.4
1. c = 0.8
n = 27
x squared L = 17.292
x squared R = 35.563
2. c = 0.98
n = 19
x squared L = 7.015
x squared R = 34.805
3. c = 0.98
n = 20
x squared L = 7.633
x squared R = 36.191
4. c = 0.98
s =
Ch. 2.2
1. Use the stem and left plot to list the actual data entries. What is the maximum data
entry? What is the minimum data entry?
Key: 2 | 5 = 25
2|5
3|2
4|1335667
5|0112333444456689
6|777
7|377
3.4
1. When you calculate the number of permutations of n
districts objects take r at a time, what are you counting?
The number of ordered arrangements of n objects taken r at
a time.
2. 55P2 = 2970
3
6.2
1. c = 0.98
n = 17
tc = 2.583
2. c = 0.90
n = 10
tc = 1.833
3. c = 0.95
x = 12.4 s = 3.0 n = 7
the 95% confidence interval using a t-distribution is 9.6,
15.2
4. (13.4, 19.6)
the sample mean is 16
5.5
1. n =1 7
p = 0.38 q = 0.62
Can the normal distribution be used to approximate the
random variable x?
Yes, because np > 5 and nq > 5
2. n = 20
p = 0.74 q = 0.26
Can the normal distribution be used
5.4
1. A population has a mean = 80 and a standard deviation =
28. Sample size = 49.
x = 80
=4
2. As the size of a sample increases, the mean of the
distribution of sample mean increases.
False, as th
5.1
1. In a normal distribution, which is greater, the mean or
the median?
Neither, in a normal distribution, the mean and
median are equal.
2. The points at x = - and x = + are the inflection
points