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Cale
B.reduce the demand for soda
and increase the demand for
tacos.C.increase the demand
for both soda and
tacos.D.reduce the demand for
both soda and tacos.AACSB:
Reflective Thinking SkillsBloom's:
ApplicationLearning Objective: 3-1Status:
NewTopic: Determin
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ECO 202
Professor Anderssen
3/4/17
McDonalds Selfie
To me, nothing is free in this world. With myself being in college I have bills those bills
include gas, rent, school supplies, and the most, important food. Working at a place that
Market Failures
Occurs when competitive markets do not allocate the scarce resources to their most
valued or best use.
Market failures can be of two types:
1) Demand Side market failures, 2) Supply Side market failures
Demand Side market failures
Occurs w
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PROJECT 2
Table 5.2
- FILL IN THIS TABLE for the first 10 points
Number of Candy Bars per
day
Total Utility
1
40
2
75
3
100
4
115
5
Number of Hot Dogs per
day
Marginal Utility
35
5
Total Utility
1
30
2
54
Marginal Utility
3
72
4
84
5
120
6
1.
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Duane Acosta
ECO 202
Professor Anderssen
3/18/17
America and Afghanistan
When NATO prematurely called time on combat operations in 2014, Afghan forces,
whom were not ready to take the role in the countrys security, were left unprotected. Below
ru
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Project 3
Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the
question.
1.
A person starts her own business after quitting a job in which
she made $75,000 a year. Expenses include $100,000 for wages
and salaries, $15,0
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Duane Acosta
ECO 202
Professor Anderssen
3/18/17
America and Afghanistan
When NATO prematurely called time on combat operations in 2014, Afghan forces,
whom were not ready to take the role in the countrys security, were left unprotected. Below
ru
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Duane Acosta
ECO 202
Professor Anderson
2/8/17
Can we all just get along?
Since President Donald Trump has been in office there has been an a surprising amount
of changes that he is commencing into law for example the restriction of other countri
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Duane Acosta
ECO 202
Professor Anderssen
4/1/17
Amazon Online Franchise
Amazon is the world's most remarkable company that is starting to believe that they are
going to be threatened by their own success. Amazon will have to grow faster than almo
NOTCHES
AND
THEIR EFFECTS
Ali Fatemi - University of Toledo
All Rights Reserved
Chapter 7 Notches and Their Effects
1
CHAPTER OUTLINE
Background
Stress/Strain Concentrations
S-N Approach for Notched Members
Strain-Life Approach for Notched Members
App
Buckling
Buckling
Buckling
Buckling
Example 1
Example 1-Solution
Example 1-Solution
Example 1-Solution
Example 2
Example 2-Solution
Column having various types of supports
Column having various types of supports
Example 3
Example 3-Solution
Example 3-Solu
Exercise 1
Exercise 1-Solution
Exercise 1-Solution
Exercise 2
A cast-iron machine part is acted upon by a
3 kN-m couple. Knowing E= 165 GPa and
neglecting the effects of fillets, determine
the maximum tensile and compressive
stresses
Exercise 2-Solution
E
Stress Concentration Factors and
Notch Sensitivity
Lecture 4
Engineering 473
Machine Design
Photoelasticity
Photoelasticity is a visual method for viewing the
full field stress distribution in a photoelastic
material.
www.measurementsgroup.com
Photoelasti
Formula Sheet
Equations of Equilibrium
Maximum Bending Stress
Centroid of an asymmetry cross-section (Centroid of a Composite Area.Pdf located in
Beam Formula Package Folder in Dropbox)
i: index 1,2,3, Ai: Area of sub-section, yi : Distance from centroid
Formula Sheet
Equations of Equilibrium
Maximum Bending Stress
Centroid of an asymmetry cross-section (Centroid of a Composite Area.Pdf located in
Beam Formula Package Folder in Dropbox)
i: index 1,2,3, Ai: Area of sub-section, yi : Distance from centroid
Larry K. \JilTIey
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Notation
r:
i :
s:
:
:
p:
sample size
sample mean
sample stdev
Qi
, Ttrr
6"
it:n quartile
population size
population mean
i :
SamftC
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.
*,= X-7
5
o Range: Range : Max - Min
.
Sample mean:
)(rt
n-l
or
Interquartile range: IQR
Chapt
MTH 1210
Formulas Final Exam
1
Chapter 3: Descriptive Measures
xi
n
Range = Max Min
Sample Mean: x
=
Lower Limit = Q1 1.5IQR
Sample Standard Deviation:
s
r
(xi x
)2
x2i (xi )2 /n
s=
=
n1
n1
Upper Limit = Q3 + 1.5IQR
xi
Population Mean: =
N
Populatio
Chapter 3 Probability Topics
About Probability
Probability and probability theory are the basis of making statistical decisions.
Did the experimental drug cure a certain type of skin cancer?
is really the question
What is the probability that the data val
MAT 135-360 Introduction to Statistics Syllabus
About the Course
Introduction to Statistics, MAT 135-360, 3 credits and 4 contact hours.
Explores and applies data presentation and summarization, introduction to
probability concepts and distributions, stat
Introduction to Course and Chapter 1
Thinking like a Statistician
Becoming a statistician involves learning to think like a statistician. Lawyers do not go
to school to study law. They go to school to learn how to think like lawyers. And along
the way the
Chapter 9 Hypothesis Testing
Introduction
As we know in statistics we use a random sample to learn something about a
larger populationthe shape of the population, its spread, its location, etc.
There are two basic ways to learn about a population:
Confide
Question 1
How many possible outcomes would there be if three coins were tossed once?
Answer:
8
Question 2
If one tosses a coin enough times, the number of heads and tails will tend to even
out. This is an example of the law of _. (2 words)
Answer:
Large
Chapter 7 the Central Limit Theorem
The Central Limit Theorem
The central limit theorem (CLT) revolves around selecting a large number of samples of
size n. If n is large, the CLT tells us that for a population (of any distribution shape),
the distributio
Question 1
When the majority of the data values fall to the right of the mean, the distribution is
said to be left-skewed.
Question options:
1) True
2) False
Question 2
In applied statistics, it is the area under the normal distribution curve which is mos