R-8 Karl W.T Weierstrass
Karl Theodor Wilhelm Weierstrass was born on October 31, 1815 AD in Ostenfelde
Bavariadied. His father Wilhelm Weierstrass was a government official and his mother
Theodora Vonderforst , they had four children where Karl was the e
R-2 Archimedes
Archimedes was born on 287 B.C. in Syracuse on the island of Sicily, Greece and died
on 212 B.C. Little is known about his early life, since a friend of his Heracleides had written
his biography but it was lost over time. It was known that
Question 1
2.5 out of 2.5 points
Identify the sample and population.
An employee at the local ice cream parlor asks three customers if they
like chocolate ice cream.
Selected
Answer:
Sample: the 3 selected customers; population:
all customers
Question 2
R-10 Brahmagupta
Brahmagupta was born on 598 AD in Bhinmal, India . He was an ancient astronomer
and mathematician, and was head of an astronomical observatory at Ujjain in central India.
Brahmagupta saw himself as an astronomer who did mathematics, nut h
R-5 David Hilbert
David Hilbert was born on January 23, 1862 in Konigsberg or Wehlau, Province of Prussia
(today Znamensk, Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia). His father, Otto Hilbert was a judge and his
mother, Maria Therese Erdtmann was an enthusiastic amateur
R-6 Gottfried Leibniz
Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz was born in Leipzig, Germany on July 1, 1646 AD. He
was born into an influential family. His father, Friedrich Leibniz, was a lecturer of moral
philosophy at the citys university and his mother, Catharin
Question 1
1 out of 1 points
Identify which of these types of sampling is used: random, stratified,
systematic, cluster, convenience.
49, 34, and 48 students are selected from the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes
with 496, 348, and 481 students respe
R-1 Isaac Newton
Isaac Newton was born three months after the death of his father and prematurely
on January 4, 1643 (or Christmas day 1642) in Woolsthorpe. He was born into a poor
farming family, where he was expected to become one more farmer. At the ag
R-3 Carl F. Gauss
Carl Friedrich Gauss also known as the "prince of mathematics" was born in
Brunswick, Germany on April 30, 1777. Gauss was born into a poor, working-class family,
where education was not important to his father but essential to his mothe
R-9 Rene Descartes
Rene Descartes was born on March 30, 1596 AD in La Haye en Touraine, France. He
was the youngest of three children to his father, Joachim Descartes, who was a member of
provisional parliament and his mother, Jeanne Brochard, who passed
Exam 3 Review Sheet
Section 11.4 & 11.5
Solving Equations in Quadratic Form Using Substitution:
An equation that is quadratic in form is an equation that can be expressed as a quadratic
equation au2 + bu + c = 0 after performing a substitution. Solve the
Midterm #1 Review Sheet
General Info:
Covers chapters 2 through 4, (omit section 4-7).
There will be less than 20 questions on the midterm.
You have 2 attempts to take the midterm and 3 hrs per attempt to complete it.
I will record the higher score be
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Rank
Movie Title
1 Marvel's The Avengers
2 The Dark Knight Rises
3 The Hunger Games
6 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2
4 Skyfall
5 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
11 Dr. Seuss' The Lorax
8 Brave
7 The Amazing Spider-Man
10 Madagascar 3: Europe's
Density Lab:
We are going to be measuring the density of at least 3 cubes of various materials and comparing
our results with known values.
The density of an object,
, is defined as its mass (M) per unit volume (V). If the mass in an
object is distribute
Theoretical Computer Science Cheat Sheet
Deniticms Series
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0 g g cg(n) Vn 2 no.
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f0») 2 09(71): 0 W 2 no.
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f0») = 9-(9 71))-
f(n) = 0(g(n)) i Hmmo f(n)/g(n) = 0
STATISTICS
Standardizing Standard Deviations: Z-Scores
The heights of individuals within a certain population are normally distributed. That is, we find that most
peoples' heights are clustered around an average height and the farther a particular height
STATISTICS: TRADITIONAL HYPOTHESIS TESTING WHEN n>30
The effectiveness of a SAT preparation course was studied for a random sample of 75 subjects
who had taken the SAT twice; first without preparation and then again after taking the course.
The two sets o
t - Table For means, use when is NOT known (s is given)
(See Choosing z or t flowchart, below right, for details).
Also used for other applications.
Student's T-distribution (Probability Density Function)
Degrees
Confidence
of
Intervals
Freedom One Tail,
Part III of a three-part series
I-FCP, II-Permutations, III-Combinations
Part III: Combinations
COUNTING METHOD #3. COMBINATIONS
(Use only when neither order nor repetition are implied/required.)
Introduction
n!
(n things taken r at a time)
r! (n-r)!
n =
Part II of a three-part series
I-FCP, II-Permutations, III-Combinations
Part II: Permutations
COUNTING METHOD#2. PERMUTATIONS
(Use when order is implied or stated and repetition is not.)
Introduction
The permutations method of counting is a
specfic case t
Part I of a three-part series:
I-FCP, II-Permutations, III-Combinations
Part I: The FCP
How to Order, How to Repeat
Problems involving counting usually deal with ways of selecting objects, numbers, or
persons. Sometimes these selections involve a need to
Practice Final Exam
STA 2023
Name _
Section_
1. Identify the type of sampling used in each case.
(Random, Systematic, Stratified, Cluster, or Convenience)
a.
A pollster selects drivers who are having their cars
repaired at a local Sears auto store.
a._
b.
Practice Test #4
STA 2023
Name _
Section_
1. We want to estimate the mean energy consumption level for a home in one region. We want to
be 90% confident that our sample mean is within 25 kwh of the true population mean, and past
data strongly suggest that
Practice Test #3
STA 2023
Name _
Section _
1. A question on a proficiency test is multiple choice with four possible answers, one of which is
correct. Assuming that all responses are random guesses, find the probability that among 12
test subjects, exactl
Practice Final Exam
STA 2023
Name _
Section_
1. Identify the type of sampling used in each case.
(Random, Systematic, Stratified, Cluster, or Convenience)
a. A pollster selects drivers who are having their cars
repaired at a local Sears auto store.
a.
Con
Practice Test #1
STA 2023
Name _
Section _
1. Which of the following variables are quantitative and which are qualitative? Classify the
quantitative variables as discrete or continuous.
(a) The temperature of the water
_
(b) The tally marks on a frequency
Practice Test #2
STA 2023
Name _
Section _
1.
Nine Poker chips (4 red chips, 3 blue chips and 2 green chips) are placed in a hat and are
then randomly selected from the hat. Find the following Probabilities:
a) If a single chip is drawn from the hat, what