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PROJECT 2 CHAPTER 2 MEASUREMENT PROJECT
Objective: The objective of this project is to use measurement tools, convert to various units and find
areas of solid shapes.
1. Use a ruler or tape measure to find in inches, the length and width of
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PROJECT #3-Salary and Housing (Chapter 3)
1.Think about where you would like to live after college and imagine that you want to buy a
house there. Research the price of a house in that location in both 1975 and in 2015.
Price in 1975:
Price
PreClassAssignment
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Readthroughsection4Ainyourbookandanswerthefollowingquestions.
1) Pick one luxury item that you spend money on. This could be anything from a daily
coffee, to a weekly manicure to a gym membership. Estimate how much you spe
Definitions
Logic is the study of the methods and principles of reasoning.
An argument uses a set of facts or assumptions, called premises, to support a conclusion.
A fallacy is a deceptive argument-an argument in which the conclusion is not well
supporte
California
Texas
New York
Florida
Illinois
Pennsylvania
Ohio
Michigan
Georgia
North Carolina
New Jersey
Virginia
Washington
Massachusetts
Indiana
Arizona
Tennessee
Missouri
Maryland
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Colorado
Alabama
South Carolina
Louisiana
Kentucky
Or
COURSE SYLLABUS
FINITE MATH
MGF 1106
GENERAL INFORMATION
PROFESSOR INFORMATION
Instructor: Lakshmy Menon Narayanankutty
Email: lmenonna@fiu.edu
Office: GL 263
Class meetings Tuesday and Thursday
10:50am- 2:10pm in PC 428
Office Hours: Tuesdays 10-11am and
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Pre-Class Worksheet 1b
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Read through sections 6.1 and 6.2 in your textbook.
Be prepared to answer questions based on the questions below.
1) How many rows does a truth table with only p and q have?
How should you set up that truth table
MGF 1106
Pre-Class Worksheet 1a
NAME/PID_
Read through sections 6.1 and 6.2 in your textbook.
Be prepared to answer questions based on the questions below.
1) Define:
a) Statement:
b) Connective:
c) Compound statement:
d) Tautology:
e) Antecedent:
f) Cons
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Pre-Class Worksheet 5b
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Read through section 1.2 in your textbook.
Be prepared to answer questions based on the questions below.
1) Define:
a) Feasible region:
b) Corner Points:
c) Optimal Function:
2) Graph the following linear
on then
COMBINATORICS
1.
Example: A senator must hire a new chief-of-staff and a new press secretary. If there are 5
applicants for chief-of-staff and 3 applicants for press secretary, how many different ways can
these two positions be filled?
Solution: Lets call
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SUPPLEMENTAL HOMEWORK/ CHAPTER 16
1. Consider the following two-person game between players ROW and COLUMN. ROW has two possible
strategies R1 and R2. COLUMN has the strategies C1 and C2.
C1 C 2
R1 1 2
R2 3 6
a) What is the minimax of this game?
Chapter 13: FAIR DIVISION
Example: Two legislative aides for a congressman are assigned to research 12 proposed bills. The congressman gives each aide 6 bills to work on. Juan complains that the division of the workload is unfair in that several of his bi
MGF 1107/ Combinatorics/ Homework
1. Simplify: a) 5! b) 0! c)
8 P3
d)
P 31 2
e) P. 426 #17 (P. 469 #13 in the 6th ed.)
2. Six candidates are in an election. How many different preference lists are possible? 3. How many subsets does cfw_A, B, C, D, E, F ha
MGF 1107 SUPPLEMENTAL HOMEWORK/ CHAPTER 11 1. Give an example of a weighted voting system with 4 voters that can be described by: a) dictatorship b) unanimity c) majority rules 2. For each of the following weighted voting systems with 3 voters, determine
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SUPPLEMENTAL HOMEWORK/ CHAPTER 9
1. What is the minimum number of votes that constitutes a majority if the number of votes cast is:
a) 98
b) 111
c) x, where x is odd. Express your answer as a single fraction.
d) x, where x is even. Express your a
Chapter 9 : VOTING
Elections with 2 alternatives
Suppose we poll the class to see whether you prefer the pizza at Dominos or Pizza Hut. How should we
determine the winner? This is called majority rule.
E.g. If there are 49 voters, how many are needed to c
CHAPTER 14:
APPORTIONMENT
I. Basics
Example 1: Suppose a country consists of five states (North, South, East, West and
Central) and representation in the National Assembly should be in proportion to each
states population. The latest census figures are:
N
MGF 1107 SUPPLEMENTAL HOMEWORK/ CHAPTER 14 1. Memorial Hospital has a nursing staff of 160 nurses working in four shifts: A (7am-1pm), B (1pm-7pm), C (7pm-1am), and D (1am-7am). The number of nurses apportioned to each shift is based on the average number
8.1StatementsandQuantifiers
Definitions:Astatementisasentencethatiseithertrueorfalsebutnotbothsimultaneously.Negatingastatement
makesatruesentencefalseorafalsestatementtrue,usuallyusingtheword not. Thenegationofsentence p is
expressedinwritingas~p.Quantif
9.3 PROBABILITY
Theoreticalprobabilityappliestosituationsinwhichthesetofallequallylikelyoutcomesisknown.Thesetofall
possibleoutcomesforanexperimentiscalledthesamplespace.ForanysamplespaceS,P(S)=1andP()=0.Any
subsetofthesamplespaceiscalledanevent.Thetheore
8.1: Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables
Unlike an equation in two variables where the solution set is the set of all points that lie on the line, the solution set of a linear inequality in two variables is the set of all points that fall in th
11.1 Frequency Distributions; Measures of Central Tendency
Population: The set containing all the people or objects whose properties are to be described and analyzed (the universal set). Sample: Subset of the population used to draw conclusions about the