Slow x vs.t.
Fast x vs. t.
Random x vs. t graph #1
Wait at 1.46m for about 2 seconds and walk backwards 1meter for 1.5 seconds then wait a bit
Start at 1.7 meters and walk backwards for 1.8seconds and keep walking backwards 1 meter for
1.3 seconds a
SUMMARY OF TESTS AND CONFIDENCE INTERVALS
Confidence interval for a large sample population proportion
Write justification for the interval.
1. Random sample
2. The sample size is large This interval is appropriate as long as both
Practice 3.3A Solutions
A door (seen from above in the figures below) has hinges on the left hand side. Which force
produces the largest torque? The magnitudes of all forces are equal.
Torque = (Fr) Choices A and E make zero to
Once youve carefully read the entire chapter on editorials in your textbook, consider how you
want to approach this type of article before you begin writing.
Recall from the textbook that editorials are/can be: