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Kaitlyn Swecker
August 31, 2015
Cultural Context Letter
My name is Kaitlyn Swecker and I was born on Wright Patterson Air force base in
Dayton Ohio. All of my family is from Salzburg Austria, so as imagined, I am fluent in
German, and I have been European
1) Ms. D, a third year 7th grade math teacher, complains to her next door neighbor about
a difficult student in her class, identifying the child by name and providing specific
details about the students academic record (failed a grade). Ms. D says that th
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Grendels Mother
History
Beowulf is viewed as a historic puzzle piece to our modern literature today.
Also view as an Anglo-Saxon archetypal
Its peculiar history made the whole story confusing
There is no known author
Although it was told b
Lesson Plan #1
Content Area: Physical Education
Grade Level: 1st Grade
GEORGIA PERFORMANCE STANDARDS ADDRESSED:
PE1.1: Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to
perform a variety of activities.
OBJECTIVES: Students perform lo
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Essay 2
Professor Klein
June 12, 2015
Lynchian Original
Twin Peaks is an interesting and rather scattered and mysterious show. The plot and storyline is
anything but normal. However, this originality isnt only seen in Twin Peaks, but in al
Eddie Klingmann
Article 1
The Loss of Public Good
1. What public good or service is discussed in this article?
- Many types of public goods and services are stated in this article, however, this article mainly
focuses on public educational institutions an
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October 14, 2015
Essay 2
How purpose Affects Genre
As we have learned so far in class, there are many types of genres, some
we have never even heard of. However, the purpose and type of the text
determines this small, yet very powerful wor
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TED Video
Collaboration
Many students have preferences on how they like to learn and receive
information. Whether it is in a group, by themselves, by seeing the information, or even
hearing it and processing it. However, until a student ge
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Blooms Taxonomy Reflection Paper
June 16, 2015
The Andy Griffin clip shows the Blooms taxonomy in real life situations. But every day we apply
Blooms taxonomy to our everyday lives without even thinking about it. I work at Buffalo Wild Win
Real Statistics/ Real
Decisions: Putting It All
Together (Math 200 Project)
By Kitiya Hamilton
How Would You Do It?
A) How would you investigate the complaints from the renters who are unhappy about
their monthly rents?
- First, I would observe the rent o
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Hypothesis Testing
1. Null hypothesis H0, represents the status quo to the party performing the sample experiment
2. Alternative (or research) hypothesis, Ha, is that which will be accepted only if the data provide
convincing evidence of its truth
Example
Working on the Fundamental Counting Principle
How many license plates can you make when a license plate consists of
1. Six (out of 26) alphabetical letters, each of which can be repeated?
A-Z
(26 letters)
26
X
A-Z
(26 letters)
A-Z
(26 letters)
26
X
26
A-Z
Range of
Probabilities Rule
Complementary
Events
Conditional
Probability using
Multiplication Rule
Additional Rule
The probability of an
event is between 0 and
1, inclusive
The complement of
event E is the set of all
outcomes in a sample
space that are no
I.
II.
Each trial has only two possible outcomes (success or failure)
The probability of success remains constant across all trials
Values in a Binomial Experiment
I.
II.
III.
IV.
n = number of repeated identical trials
p = probability of success
q = prob
Basic Concepts of Probability and Counting
I.
II.
III.
IV.
Probability Experiment an action or trial through which specific results are obtained. Ex:
Roll a six-sided die.
Sample space the set of all possible outcomes in a probability experiment. Sample s
Finding Confidence
Coefficient (Small
Sample)
tc
xx t e
t=
zc
( sn )
x
s n
( n )
=E
- Confidence
Intervals for SMALL
samples (When is
not known and
n<30)
- Central Limit
Theorem does NOT
apply
Df = degree of freedom
Df = n-1
Finding Confidence
Interval/C