Section 12.7 Cylindrical and Spherical
Coordinates
Recall that in R2, we had two different
coordinate systems rectangular and polar. In
{3, we have discussed rectangular coordinates,
but now we want to discuss two other ways of
describing points and
False
Mitochondrion
Transcribed from DNA
Carbon
Yes
ALL THE ABOVE
True
True
Hydrogen
Ionic
True
False
Billions
0%
False
Phospholipids
56%
True
15 Billion
Genotypic
True
5 Billion
False
True
Protons
Prophase 1
CO2
The # of electrons in atoms outer most she
Chapter 1 is background info & not very substantive.
In all appropriate assignments & quizzes calculations must be shown to support your answers.
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Quiz Chapter 1
2 points each.
1. Describe, with examples, discrete vs. contin
Quiz Chapter 7
1 point each
I use the z-table linked to my homepage as z Table Lind
NOTE: You may assume a normal distribution, unlless there is contrary information, such as "unknown distribution".
1. Explain what a z-score is.
A z-score is how far away
Quiz Chapter 9
1 point each
The calculations are done using Excel commands.
1. If xbar = 50, n = 49 & = 7 find the 95% Margin of Error for .
50
1.96
2. In a distribution of fingernail length where n= 196, = 7 & x bar = .75, compute a 92% Interval Estimat
Grade:
Quiz Chapter 5
1 point each
1. If P(A in Bus 220) = .08 & P(B in Bus 220) = .10, whats P( A or B in Bus 220)?
By using the special rule of addition, P(A in Bus 220 of B in Bus 220)= P(A in Bus 220)+P(B in Bus 220) we can determine that P(A or B in
Quiz Chapter 8
1 point each
I use the z-table linked to my homepage as z Table Lind
1. Explain what a sampling distribution is.
A sampling distrubution describes probablilites associated with a statistic when a random sample is drawn from a popualtion.
2.
Quiz Chapter 6
1 point each
Note: when using Greek letter symbols, like , , or others, I expect you to use the Insert Symbol command & insert the appropriate Greek letter.
1. What is the key characteristic of the binomial distribution?
Binomial Probablity
Grade:
Quiz Chapter 4
1 point each
1. Homer's IQ is in the 5th percentile; what exactly does that mean?
It means that 5 percent of peope have an IQ eual to or lower than Homer, while 95% of people have a higher IQ.
2. If Homer's IQ is in the 5th percentil
Section 1 1.1 Curves Defmed by Parametric
Equations
Example: Sketch the curve defmed
parametrically by x : 2 cost, y : r cos 11., over
the interval 0 E r E 227.
Example: Sketch the curve defmed
parametrically by x : r3 2, y : 5 2:, over the
interval 3 E r
12.2 Vectors
Denition: The term vector is used to indicate a
quantity, such as displacement or force, that has
both magnitude AND direction.
Suppose a particle moves along a line segment
from point A to point B, as shown below, while
another partic
Quiz Chapter 2
1 point each
1. In a frequency distribution, why do the classes have to be mutually exclusive?
The classes have to be mutually exclusive so that they do not overlap, meaning any particular item cannot be used in more than one catergory.
2.