Math 148, Worksheet #2
Key Concepts
Derivatives: Addition/Subtraction/Constant Multiple and Power Rules
Tangent Line: Finding slope and Equation of line
Continuity and Differentiability
Applicatio
Math 148, Worksheet #6
Key Concepts
Relative Extrema and Increasing vs. Decreasing (Review)
Inflection Points and Concavity
1. Below are the graphs of the first and second derivatives of a function.
Math 148, Worksheet #9
Key Concepts
0 Antiderivatives, AKA Indenite Integrals
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3.4 Homework Answers
1. A rod has length 2 meters. At a distance meters from its left end, the density of the rod is given by
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1.3 Riemann Sums Activities
1. Estimate the area under the curve () shown below on [0, 8] using 4 , 4 , and 4 and sketch your
rectangles. Which of the three gives the best estimate? Which is definitel
1.2 The Area and Distance Problems
1. A car comes to a stop nine seconds after the driver applies the brakes. While the brakes are on the
velocities are recorded every three seconds in the table below
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THE INVISIBLE TURNS OF THE REPRODUCTIVE CYCLE SHAPE THE EVERYDAY
BEHAVIOR OF WOMEN AND MEN. A WOMAN'S CYCLE INFLUENCES NOT JUST HER
PREFERENCE IN A PARTNER, BUT HER PERSONALITY AS WELL.
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European Jews above all others. By decoding its lethal logic, we can learn
Characteristics of Data
Center representative value indicating middle of data
Distribution nature/shape of spread of data
Time any change in characteristics of data over time
Variation measure of amou
Chapter 5: Probability Distributions
Random Variable values determined by chance (X)
Discrete Probability Distributions consists of the values a random variable can assume and their corresponding prob
Chapter 1
Levels of Measurement
Nominal categories only, e.g. names and labels
Ordinal categories with some order, e.g. ABC grades
Interval differences but no natural zero, e.g. timeline
Ratio differe
Chapter 1
Population entire group to be studied
Parameter numerical summary of the whole population
Sample subset of a larger population to study
Statistic numerical summary of the sample
Descriptive
Chapter 3:
Mean (sum of all values)/number of values
Mean of a Frequency Distribution Find midpoint x frequency. Add all these products. Divide by sum of frequencies.
Weighted Mean multiply each weigh