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DiscreteMath
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Unit:ProblemSolving
IndirectProofSetB(Cryptarithms)
Objective:Toselectandusevarioustypesofreasoningandmethodsofproof.Tousecommunicationtoorganizeandclarifytheir
mathematicalthinking.(NJCCC4.5D,4.5A,4.5B,4.5E)
For each ari
Discrete Math
Voting Theory
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THE RUN OFF Election
Objective: To compare three run-off election strategies. To describe the
winner o f elections using each run-off strategy.
1. Describe the three different run off strategies used in cl
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*You will need graph paper for this assignment.
The following data represents the number of representatives in each state in the U.S. Congress
(1995 to 1996).
7
1
6
4
52
6
6
1
23
11
2
2
20
2
10
5
4
6
7
8
10
16
8
5
9
1
3
2
2
13
3
3
Discrete Math
Voting Theory
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The Borda Count
Objective: To describe the winner of an election by calculating each candidates Borda
Score.
1. Use a color or symbol system to find the Borda score for each.
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12
10
9
4
2
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For each of the following calculate the probability for the indicated SUM from
rolling 2 fair 6-sided dice.
1. What is the probability of rolling an even?
2. What is the probability of rolling an odd?
3. What is the probability of rolling a one
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Normal Distributions
When the overall pattern of a large number of observations is so regular, we can describe it as a
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Normal curves are symmetric and bell-shaped,
The total area under the Normal curve is
(specific areas under the
cur
Discrete Math
Voting Theory
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Date: _
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The Majority RULES!
Objective: To describe the winner o f elections using Majority Rule. Describe
properties of Majority Rule.
Read the questions below. Then answer each as you read pages 339 to 344 in
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