Create a BMI calculator using the chart located on the BMI_Chart tab.
There are several elements to making this model:
1) Create validation boxes in cells C3 and C5 of the next tab.
These boxes should contain all positive whole numbers, up to the
maximum
University of Connecticut
Department of Mathematics
University of Connecticut
Department of Mathematics
Math 3160
Exam 1, Fall 2013
Duration: 50 minutes
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Question
Points
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2
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3
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50 Chapter 3 The Concept of Probability and Basic Results
DISCUSSION
(i) The constant c is determined through the relationship: 22:1 f (x) = 1
or 2:11 afx1 = 1. However, 2:11 c(%)"1 = c 23:1(110V1 =
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Preparation Guide Exam 1
The sections that go into the Exam 1 are : 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 4.1, 4.2.
The exam will contain multiple choice questions, "show your work" questions and 1-2 little
proofs. All proofs will be taken from sections 4.1 or 4.
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MA/STAT 416, SECTIONS 3 & 4
THIS EXAM CONTAINS 22 QUESTIONS, EACH OF THEM VALUING 10 POINTS. TOTAL: 220 POINTS.
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS.
For each question choose the unique correct answer.
1. A survey over a groups vie
German Film Final Study Guide
Week Seven
Auteur Film:
Mid 1950s concept in French film criticism
What is relevant is not WHAT (subject matter/content) but HOW (stylistic means)
a movie is put together.
Whoever controls the mise-en-scene is the true aut
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Math3160 Quiz #1
Question 1 (5 points total)
Consider a group of 20 people. If everyone shakes hands with everyone else, how many
handshakes take place?
Solution:
To answer this question we need to count the number of ways that we can choose 2
people from
Jones and Shephard Accountants Case Study
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Pledge of Academic Integrity
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honesty and scholarly values as established by WSUs Standar
Math3160 Quiz #6
Question (10 points total)
The density function of X is given by
f (x) =
a + bx2
0
if 0 x 1
otherwise.
If E[X] = 3 , then nd a and b.
5
Solution:
1
x(a + bx2 ) dx =
xf (x) dx =
E[X] =
So, if E[X] =
3
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0
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2 4
then
3
a b
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2 4
5
Math3160 Quiz #4
Question 1 (5 points total)
An insurance company writes a policy to the eect that an amount of money A must be paid
if some event E occurs within a year. If the company estimates that E will occur within
a year with probability p, what sh
Math3160 Quiz #3
Question 1 (5 points total)
Two cards are randomly chosen without replacement from an ordinary deck of 52 cards.
Let B be the event that both cards are aces, let As be the event that the ace of spades is
chosen, and let A be the event tha
Math3160 Quiz #2
Question 1 (4 points total)
A pair of fair dice is rolled. What is the probability that the second die lands on a higher
value than does the rst?
Solution:
Let E be the event that the second die rolled has a higher number than the rst. Th
University of Connecticut
Department of Mathematics
University of Connecticut
Department of Mathematics
Math 3160
Exam 2, Fall 2013
Duration: 50 minutes
Name:
Section:
Question
Points
1
10
2
10
3
10
4
10
5
10
6
10
Total:
Score
50
1. You should attempt 5 o
Chapter 4 Combinational Logic Design Principles
Logic circuits are classified into two types, "combinational" and "sequential." A combinational logic circuit is
one whose outputs depend only on its current inputs. The rotary channel selector knob on an ol
6.5.5 Encoders in Verilog
It is straightforward to write a behavioral description of an encoder in Verilog using a for loop. For
example, Table 6-31 is a behavioral Verilog module for a priority encoder function equivalent to the
74x148.
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Lecture 3, Act 1
Motion in One Dimension
When throwing a ball straight up, which of the following is
true about its velocity v and its acceleration a at the
highest point in its path?
(a) Both v = 0 and a = 0.
(b) v 0, but a = 0.
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(c) v = 0, but a 0.
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Case Study: SS Kuniang
Introduction
New England Electric System (NEES) is a public utility holding company that owned
four electric operating subsidiaries. This company needs an extra vessel to provide
sufficient tr
Lecture 26, Act 2
Physical Pendulum
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A pendulum is made by hanging a thin hoola-hoop of
diameter D on a small nail.
What is the angular frequency of oscillation of the hoop
for small displacements ? (ICM = mR2 for a hoop)
(a)
(b)
(c)
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MATH 3160 - Spring 2016 (J. P. Chen)
Assignment 6
MATH 3160 - Probability - Spring 2016
Assignment 6
(Due W 3/9 at the beginning of class. A quiz will be given the same day.)
Relevant sections: Ross, 4.7 (skip Example 7d and 4.7.1), 4.8 (skip 4.8.4).
Plea
MATH 3160 - Spring 2016 (J. P. Chen)
Assignment 3
MATH 3160 - Probability - Spring 2016
Assignment 3
(Due W 2/10 at the beginning of class. A quiz on this HW will be given the same class.)
Relevant sections: Ross, 2.5 (skip Example 5o), 3.4 (up to Example
MATH 3160 - Spring 2016 (J. P. Chen)
Assignment 7
MATH 3160 - Probability - Spring 2016
Assignment 7
(Due W 3/23 at the beginning of class. A quiz on this HW will be given the same day.)
Relevant sections: Ross, 5.15.4.
Please show all work, including all
Discrete Distributions
Name
Density
Geometric
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f x px q
x
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f x pxq1 x
x 0,1
0 p1
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r N r
x
n x
f x
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n
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Binomi