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PRE-CLASS ASSIGNMENT LINEAR PROGRAMMING, CONTINUED
Read through section 3.2 in your textbook.
Consider the following statement:
I need to buy a tee-shirt and a pair of pants and have at most
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PRE-CLASS ASSIGNMENT LINEAR PROGRAMMING, CONTINUED
Read through section 3.2 in your textbook.
Consider the following statement:
I need to buy a tee-shirt and a pair of pants and have at most
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Warm Up 5B
Readthroughsection5Binyourbookandanswerthefollowingquestions.
1) Explain what selection bias is and why you should take it into account when analyzing
data.
- Selection bias is when
Explain in your own words why it is important to read a statistical study carefully. Can you think
of circumstance where it might be okay to misrepresent data?
I believe it is important to read a stat
MGF 1107 Project #3 - Budget
Objective: This project is intended to give you practice with calculating income from investments and predicting
monetary needs based on future and current expenditures. W
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Warm Up 5A
Readthroughsection5Ainyourbookandanswerthefollowingquestions.
1) In your own words, explain what statistics means.
- Statistics means the practice or science of collecting and analy
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PRE-CLASS ASSIGNMENT LINEAR FUNCTIONS
1) Define:
a) Fixed cost: design the product, setting up factory, training workers, and more
b) Marginal cost: rate of change of cost C(x) at a level of
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PRE-CLASS ASSIGNMENTINTRODUCTION TO LINEAR PROGRAMMING
When solving an inequality, we follow all of the same steps as an equation, with one exception:
When multiplying or dividing by a negati
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PRE-CLASS ASSIGNMENT LINES
1) Define:
a) X-axis: the horizontal line and the 1st component of ordered pairs
b) Y-axis: Vertical line and then 2nd component of ordered pairs
c) Origin: point w
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PRE-CLASS ASSIGNMENT PROBABILITY, CONTINUED
A high school debate team is made up of 9 boys and 7 girls. Their coach is going to choose four
of them to go to a competition.
1) In how many diff
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PRE-CLASS ASSIGNMENTINTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY
1) Define:
a) Trial: The repetition if an experiment.
b) Outcome: Each trial has the outcome/ the results
c) Sample Space: The set of all possi
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PRE-CLASS ASSIGNMENT LOGIC, CONTINUED
Let p = My name is Fred and let q = The wheel is round.
1) Write the statement If my name is Fred, then the wheel is round in symbols:
p q
We will call t
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PRE-CLASS ASSIGNMENT INTRODUCTION TO SET THEORY
Read through sections 7.1 and 7.2 in your textbook. Be prepared to answer questions based on
the questions below.
1) Define:
a) Set: Well defin
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PRE-CLASS ASSIGNMENT INRODUCTION TO LOGIC
1) Define:
a) Statement: Sentence that is true or false, not both. Simple or Compound
b) Connective: Connect simple statements and create compound st
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PRE-CLASS ASSIGNMENT - COUNTING METHODS
Imagine that you are picking out what to wear to school. The uniform you must wear consists of
2 shirts (navy, white) 2 pairs of pants (navy, khaki) an
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PRECLASSASSIGNMENTCONDITIONALPROBABILITY
You have a jar filled with 3 red marbles, 5 blue marbles and 2 black marbles. Our plan is to pick
2 marbles from the jar without replacing the first o
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Conceptual Homework 4D
Suppose that you borrow $15,000 for a new car. You can select one of the following loans, each
requiring regular monthly payments:
Installment Loan A: three-year loan a
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Warm Up 4D
Readthroughsection4Dinyourbookandanswerthefollowingquestions.
1) Write down the Loan Formula here and list what all of the variables stand for.
PMT=P X (APR/n) / [1-cfw_1+APR/n)^n(y
Up in Smoke Lab Pre-lab 1
1. What is the purpose of this experiment? (1 pt)
To determine the effect of direct and indirect smoke.
2. What technique will be used in his experiment to achieve the purpos
MGF 1107 PROJECT #2 MISLEADING NUMBERS
Objective: The purpose of this project is to give you meaningful ways to think about how numbers are used to provide
information as well as how they can be misun
MGF 1107 PROJECT #2 MISLEADING NUMBERS
Objective: The purpose of this project is to give you meaningful ways to think about how numbers
are used to provide information
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Conceptual HW 3A
1) Think about your intended career. Research what your someone in your field makes
today and what the typical annual income was in 1967.
2016 salary:
1967 salary:
Find the a
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Conceptual Homework 2A/B
You must show work to receive credit.
1) Bill gates makes approximately $12 billion a year. On average, how much does he make
per minute?
2) A block occupies 0.2587 f
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Conceptual Homework 1D
1. Create an example that illustrates each type of argument below:
a) Inductive: Jennifer leaves for school at 7:00 a.m. Jennifer is always on time. Jennifer
assumes, t
Warm Up 4C
Read through section 4C in your book and answer the following questions.
1- Write down the Savings Plan Formula and what each of the variables in the formula
stands for:
A = PMT [(1 + APR/n
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PRECLASSASSIGNMENTCONDITIONALPROBABILITY
You have a jar filled with 3 red marbles, 5 blue marbles and 2 black marbles. Our plan is to pick
2 marbles from the jar without replacing the first o
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Pre-Class Assignment 1C
Read through section 1C in your book, take notes and answer the following questions.
1)
Define:
a)
set collection of objects, living or nonliving.
b)
member individual
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Pre-Class Assignment 3A
Read through section 3A in your book and answer the following questions.
1) After your amazing score on your second exam, your average in my class goes from an
82 to an
MGF 1107 PROJECT #1 FALLACIES
Objective: The objective of this project is to gain a better understanding of common fallacies
and explore how they show up in everyday life, and consider how they ca