5 Step Algorithm for Dividing an Estate
Each heir submits a bid for each item in the estate, except for any
A fair share is determined for each heir by finding the sum of his
or her bids and dividing this sum by the number of heirs. (
Apportionment: Jefferson & Webster Methods
A divisor method determines each states apportionment by div iding its population by a common
divisor d and rounding the resulting quotient. The standard divis or is the quotient of the
Apportionment: Hill-Huntington Method
In the Hill-Huntington method, the cutoff point depends upon the size of the
apportionment. If a states quota is n seats, then its cut-off point is the geometric mean of n
and n 1, which is n
Chapter 3: Planning and Scheduling
Resolving Conflict via Coloring
Vertex Coloring assign each vertex of the graph a color (label),
such that no two vertices joined by an edge are assigned the same
Chromatic Number The minimu
Define each of the following. It may be helpful to draw examples that illustrate the vocab word and/or
counterexamples to define the word.
1. Graph ~
2. Vertex ~
3. Edge ~
4. Connected Graph ~
5. Non-connected Gr
Deviation and Standard Deviation
Part One. For a summer job, you were working in the quality control department for a computer company that
manufactures computer parts. The specific part that you are to evaluate the quality of is supposed to be
Step 1: List the above data in the Observations column.
Step2: Find the average. Add up all the x-values and write next to
SUM. Divide by n.
42 7 = 6
6 6= 0
Step 3: Tak
Chapter 5: Exploring Data: Distributions
Normal Distributions (5.8)
When the overall pattern of a large number of observations is so
regular, we can describe it as a smooth curve.
Normal curves are
symmetric and bell-shaped,
Below are exam scores for 26 students in an English course. Make a histogram of the scores. Use the intervals;
Describe the distribution.
Chapter 9: Risk, Uncertainty
and the Market for Insurance
The policy of being too cautious is the greatest risk of all
Attributed to Jawaharlal Nehru (former Prime Minister of India)
Risk comes from not knowing what you're doing.