Calculus for Management, Biological, and Social Sciences
MATH 060

Spring 2014
MATH 060, EXAM 1 (SOLUTIONS), 13 JULY, 2005
(1) In a Student Evaluation of Teaching (SCOT) questionnaire, Marquette students are
asked to respond to eleven statements about the course they just took (and its instructor) by indicating degree of agreement,
Calculus for Management, Biological, and Social Sciences
MATH 060

Spring 2014
MATH 060, SAMPLE EXAM 1 (WITH SOLUTIONS), SUMMER 2, 2005
(Expect ten problems, each worth 6 points.)
(1) In a study of convicted felons who had served a single term in prison, it was found that
the recidivism rate (i.e., the percentage of individuals who
Calculus for Management, Biological, and Social Sciences
MATH 060

Spring 2014
MATH 060, SAMPLE EXAM 2 (SOLUTIONS), SUMMER 2, 2005
(Expect six problems, each worth 10 points.)
(1) Given the data set cfw_(1, 1), (2, 3), (3, 8), graph the data as a scatter diagram and calculate the correlation coecient r.
The scatter diagram is just t
Calculus for Management, Biological, and Social Sciences
MATH 060

Spring 2014
MATH 060, SAMPLE EXAM 3 (SOLUTIONS), SUMMER 2, 2005
(Expect six problems, each worth 10 points. Appropriate tables will be provided.)
(1) The verbal portion of the SAT exam for female students was found to be normally
distributed, with mean 500 and standa
Calculus for Management, Biological, and Social Sciences
MATH 060

Spring 2014
MATH 060, SAMPLE FINAL EXAM (WITH SOLUTIONS), SUMMER 2,
2005
(1) A certain population has an unknown mean and a known standard deviation of 12.
A random sample of size 121 is taken, and the sample mean is found to be x = 200.
Assume a condence level of 95
Calculus for Management, Biological, and Social Sciences
MATH 060

Spring 2014
Nebraska Wesleyan University
Math 060
Instructor: Austin Mohr
Test 4B
Spring 2014
Please write only your name on this sheet.
Write all work and answers on the blank sheets.
Only attempt problems for which you have not already received a grade of Master.
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Calculus for Management, Biological, and Social Sciences
MATH 060

Spring 2014
Nebraska Wesleyan University
Math 060
Instructor: Austin Mohr
Test 1
Spring 2014
Solutions
1. In each of the following situations, decide whether a linear function is an appropriate
model. If it is, provide the linear function f (t) and clearly state the
Calculus for Management, Biological, and Social Sciences
MATH 060

Spring 2014
Nebraska Wesleyan University
Math 060
Instructor: Austin Mohr
Test 2
Solutions
Spring 2014
Please write only your name on this sheet.
Write all work and answers on the blank sheets.
Only attempt problems for which you have not already received a grade of
Calculus for Management, Biological, and Social Sciences
MATH 060

Spring 2014
MATH 060, EXAM 2 (SOLUTIONS), 25 JULY, 2005
(1) Given the data set cfw_(1, 0), (2, 3), (3, 8), compute the slope and the yintercept of the
straight line y = mx + b that best approximates the data, in the least squares sense.
Draw a picture of the data an
Calculus for Management, Biological, and Social Sciences
MATH 060

Spring 2014
MATH 060, EXAM 3 (SOLUTIONS), 2 AUGUST, 2005
(1) A truefalse test has 100 questions. Using the normal approximation to the binomial
distribution, estimate the probability that one will obtain a score of at least 60% by
answering the questions randomly.
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Calculus for Management, Biological, and Social Sciences
MATH 060

Spring 2014
Nebraska Wesleyan University
Math 060
Instructor: Austin Mohr
Test 3B
Spring 2014
Solutions
Please write only your name on this sheet.
Write all work and answers on the blank sheets.
Only attempt problems for which you have not already received a grade of