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School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 B C D E F G H I J Math 1070 Excel Project (Due: Friday, November 15, 2
School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
Year 1965 1974 1979 1983 1985 1987 1990 1992 1993 1995 2000 TotalPop. AllMales AllFemales 42.4 51.9 33.9 37.1 43.1 32.1 33.5 37.5 29.9 32.1 35.1 29.5 30.1 32.6 27.9 28.8 31.2 26.5 25.5 28.4 22.8 26.5 28.6 24.6 25 27.7 22.5 24.7 27 22.6 23.3 25.7 21 Males
School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
Test 1 study guide (Show all your work) Math 1101 Fall 11 No.: _ Name: _ 1. i). Consider the following table. s t 70 149 73 175 66 146 66 126 64 138 A) Is t a function of s ? B Is s a function of t ? ii). The following table gives values for a function f(
School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
Name: Ryan Lees No.: Due Oct 25th in class. Semester Project 2 Regression Line The following table shows (for the years 1965 to 2000 and for people 18 and over) the total percentage of cigarette smokers, the percentage of males who are smokers, and the pe
School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
HW#4-Solutions Page 1 HW#4-Solutions Page 2 HW#4-Solutions Page 3 HW#4-Solutions Page 4 HW#4-Solutions Page 5 HW#4-Solutions Page 6
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE II
MATH 2212 REVIEW EXERCISES 1-4. Find the derivatives: 1- y = $3 COS1(3):) 2. y : 3. y = 55 l sin5m 4.91 = (3 + e)3 512. Evaluate the integrals or prove divergence: % cos(3;c) 2$+5 5 3 7'f2 22361112 8.fl (272 e 42: + 5) In :1: d3: 9 f 63" am 10 f
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE II
CALCULUS II - EXAM I - FORMULAS TO LEARN f (f 1 (x) = x for all x in the range of f (f 1 (f (x) = x for all x in the domain of f the graph of f 1 is the graph of f reected in the line y = x 1 (f 1 ) (c) = , f (a) = c f (a) d 1 (ln |x|) = for all x = 0 dx
School: Georgia State
Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 3050 Geometry and Spatial Sense Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Basic Geometry for College Students, 2nd ed., Tussy, Gustafson, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 1 The Logic of Compound Statements 1.1 Logical Form and
School: Georgia State
Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3 rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 11 Graphs and Trees 11.2 Paths and Circuits The Seven Bridges
School: Georgia State
Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3 rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 11 Graphs and Trees 11.2 Paths and Circuits (part 2) Euler Ci
School: Georgia State
Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3 rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 11 Graphs and Trees 11.1 Graphs: An Introduction (part I) Def
School: Georgia State
Course: MATH 2212
Plant Reproduction Biol 2108 Lab Moss Moss Life Cycle Moss Sporophyte (Sphagnum) Moss Young Gametophyte Moss Antheridial Head Moss Archegonial Head Moss Protonema Moss Capsule Fern Fern Young Sporophyte Fern Antheridia Fern Archegonia Fern Indusium Fern S
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Course: MATH 2212
Protostomes Annelida Annelida Mollusca Arthropoda Platyhelminthes Evolutionary Relationships Amongst Animals Ecdysozoans & Lophotrochozoans In ancient times the protostomes split into 2 major clades that have been evolving independently ever since Lopho
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Course: MATH 2212
Plant Growth & Hormones Seed Dormancy Seed dormancy may last for weeks, months, years, or even centuries. What are the advantages of dormancy? Germination Plant Hormones What is a hormone? Hormones Naturally occurring regulatory compounds Substances tha
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 23, 2008 [LECTURE 6] What you need to know What you need to remember 1. One notice In a normal distribution, , , is actually the mean, and is the standard deviation. One interesting & important property of normal distribution 1
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 18, 2008 [LECTURE 5] What you need to remember for today's lecture? 1. IQR and outliers The interquartile range (IQR) is the distance between the first and third quartiles (the length of the box in the boxplot) IQR = Q3 - Q1 An outlier
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 16, 2008 [LECTURE 4] What you need to remember from today's lecture I. Measure of spread: quartiles and standard deviation Quartiles are three numbers that describe the trend, or statistically, the spread of the data. The calculation
School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
Test 1 study guide (Show all your work) Math 1101 Fall 11 No.: _ Name: _ 1. i). Consider the following table. s t 70 149 73 175 66 146 66 126 64 138 A) Is t a function of s ? B Is s a function of t ? ii). The following table gives values for a function f(
School: Georgia State
Course: MULTIVARIATE CALCULUS
Exam 1, Multivariables Calculus February 5, 2009 NAME: Calculators are allowed. Justify your answers. 1. (10 points) Show that the following equation represents a sphere and nd its radius and center: x2 + y 2 + z 2 + 4x 8y 2z + 5 = 0. 1 2. Consider the ve
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Course: MULTIVARIATE CALCULUS
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Course: MULTIVARIATE CALCULUS
Quiz 6 Math 2215 Spring 2010 1. Estimate the volume under the surface and above the rectangle by finding the average of and where with Note that consists of nine square boxes of size , and takes its maximums and minimums on the lower left corners and uppe
School: Georgia State
Course: MATH 2212
Hormonal Regulation in Plants 1. Define the term plant hormone. 2. Provide an example of how a single aspect of growth and development may be influenced by several hormones. 3. Provide an example for each of the following generalizations: a. A single plan
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE II
Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #1 Dr. J. Brazas Due Monday Jan. 27, 2014 Leave all numerical answers as exact values. Do NOT estimate with a calculator. cos x 1. (review) Let F(x) = 0 t4 dt. 1 t2 (a) Find F(/2). (b) Find F (/3) where F is the der
School: Georgia State
Course: Mathematical Modeling
Georgia State University Department of Computer Information Systems Course Syllabus CIS8630 (CRN xxxxx) Business Computer Forensics and Incident Response Spring 2010 Instructors : Name Office Office Hours Office Phone Office Fax Email Richard Baskerville
School: Georgia State
Course: Mathematical Modeling
CIS 4140E Spring 2010 Implementing IT-Facilitated Business Processes Richard Welke, Ph.D. Director, Center for Process Innovation Professor, Computer Information Systems Robinson College of Business Georgia State University Proposed Catalog Description Im
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 B C D E F G H I J Math 1070 Excel Project (Due: Friday, November 15, 2
School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
Year 1965 1974 1979 1983 1985 1987 1990 1992 1993 1995 2000 TotalPop. AllMales AllFemales 42.4 51.9 33.9 37.1 43.1 32.1 33.5 37.5 29.9 32.1 35.1 29.5 30.1 32.6 27.9 28.8 31.2 26.5 25.5 28.4 22.8 26.5 28.6 24.6 25 27.7 22.5 24.7 27 22.6 23.3 25.7 21 Males
School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
Test 1 study guide (Show all your work) Math 1101 Fall 11 No.: _ Name: _ 1. i). Consider the following table. s t 70 149 73 175 66 146 66 126 64 138 A) Is t a function of s ? B Is s a function of t ? ii). The following table gives values for a function f(
School: Georgia State
Course: Math Modeling
Name: Ryan Lees No.: Due Oct 25th in class. Semester Project 2 Regression Line The following table shows (for the years 1965 to 2000 and for people 18 and over) the total percentage of cigarette smokers, the percentage of males who are smokers, and the pe
School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
HW#4-Solutions Page 1 HW#4-Solutions Page 2 HW#4-Solutions Page 3 HW#4-Solutions Page 4 HW#4-Solutions Page 5 HW#4-Solutions Page 6
School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
HW#3-Solutions Page 1 HW#3-Solutions Page 2 HW#3-Solutions Page 3
School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
HW#2-Solutions Page 1 HW#2-Solutions Page 2 HW#2-Solutions Page 3 HW#2-Solutions Page 4 HW#2-Solutions Page 5
School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
HW#1-Solutions Page 1 HW#1-Solutions Page 2 HW#1-Solutions Page 3 HW#1-Solutions Page 4
School: Georgia State
Course: Foundations Of Numbers And Operations
Math 2008 Homework Section 2.1 Question 5-14 For these questions-Remember you only have: Y Yellow; H Hex; L Large; SY Small yellow and SB Small blue 5. Which pairs of sets, if any, can be put into one to one correspondence? Remember you only have: Y Yello
School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
HW#5-Solutions Page 1 HW#5-Solutions Page 2 HW#5-Solutions Page 3
School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
HW#6-Solutions Page 1 HW#6-Solutions Page 2 HW#6-Solutions Page 3
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
Math 2211, Homework 6 Due Tuesday March 13 1. Find the intervals on which f increases and the intervals on which f decreases. x (a) f (x) = . 1 + x2 (b) f (x) = x2 (1 + x)2 . (c) f (x) = x + sin x, 0 x 2 . (d) f (x) = sin2 x 3 sin x, 0 x 2 . 2. Find the c
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
Math 2211, Homework 5 Due Thursday February 23, 2012 1. Suppose a forest re spreads in a circle with radius changing at a rate of 5 feet per minute. At what rate is the area of the burning region increasing when radius reaches 200 feet? 2. Check the hypot
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
Math 2211, Homework 4 Due Thursday February 16, 2012 1. Find the derivative of f (x) = (x2 + 4x)25 . 2. Find the derivative of h(x) = 2x 1 x+3 2 . 3. Find a function whose derivative is 3x2 (x3 + 2)12 . 4. Dierentiate the function y = 3t2 tan t. 5. Dieren
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
Math 2211, Homework 3 Due Thursday February 9, 2012 1 Section 3.3 1. Find d3 3 (x 4x2 + x 3). dx3 2. Find a function f (x) for which f (x) = x 3. Find 2 2 x2 + 2. d d [(x 2) (5 x4 )]. dx dx Section 3.4 1. What is the rate of change of the circumference o
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
Homework for this week. You have until Thursday Feb 2 to submit it. I suggest that you do it before the test so that it would also be an extra practice for you for the test. Section 2.6 2, 4, 8, 20. #1 Use the Intermediate Value Theorem to show that there
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
MATH-2211, Spring-2012 Homework #1 Your name: MATH-2211 Calculus-I CRN 10831 Homework 1 Sections 2.1-2.5 x2 + x 20 . x 4 x4 x2 1 15 . 2. Find the limit: lim x 4 x4 1. Find the limit: lim x1 . x 1 | x 1| 3 x 3, for x < 2; 10, for x = 2; 4. Find lim f (x),
School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
HW#10-Solutions Page 1 HW#10-Solutions Page 2 HW#10-Solutions Page 3 HW#10-Solutions Page 4 HW#10-Solutions Page 5 HW#10-Solutions Page 6
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Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
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Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
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Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
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School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
1(a) Vertical Asymptote: This has no solution. Since the denominator has no zeroes, then there are no vertical asymptotes. 1(b) Horizontal Asymptote: Since the degree of is greater in the denominator than in the numerator, the y-values will be dragged dow
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
Homework for section 4.7 to section 4.8. This is due on Thursday March 29. 1. Find the vertical and horizontal asymptotes for the given functions 4x . +1 4x2 (b) f (x) = . (3x 1)2 (a) f (x) = x2 1 2. Determine whether or not the graph of f (x) = (x + 1) 3
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE II
Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #1 Dr. J. Brazas Due Monday Jan. 27, 2014 Leave all numerical answers as exact values. Do NOT estimate with a calculator. cos x 1. (review) Let F(x) = 0 t4 dt. 1 t2 (a) Find F(/2). (b) Find F (/3) where F is the der
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE II
Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #1 Dr. J. Brazas Due Monday Jan. 27, 2014 Leave all numerical answers as exact values. Do NOT estimate with a calculator. cos x 1. (review) Let F(x) = 0 t4 dt. 1 t2 (a) Find F(/2). (b) Find F (/3) where F is the der
School: Georgia State
Course: Pre Cla
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 23, 2008 [LECTURE 6] What you need to know What you need to remember 1. One notice In a normal distribution, , , is actually the mean, and is the standard deviation. One interesting & important property of normal distribution 1
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 18, 2008 [LECTURE 5] What you need to remember for today's lecture? 1. IQR and outliers The interquartile range (IQR) is the distance between the first and third quartiles (the length of the box in the boxplot) IQR = Q3 - Q1 An outlier
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 16, 2008 [LECTURE 4] What you need to remember from today's lecture I. Measure of spread: quartiles and standard deviation Quartiles are three numbers that describe the trend, or statistically, the spread of the data. The calculation
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 14, 2008 [LECTURE 3] I. Stemplots: How to make a stemplot: 1) Separate each observation into a stem, consisting of all but the final (rightmost) digit, and a leaf, which is that remaining final digit. Stems may have as many digits as nee
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 11, 2008 [LECTURE 2] What you need to remember for today's class I. Histograms: The range of values that a variable can take is divided into equal-size intervals. The histogram shows the number of individual data points that fall in each
School: Georgia State
Course: Elementary Statistics
January 9, 2008 [OUTLINE OF LECTURE 1] What you need to know for today's lecture I. II. III. What is statistics, and what do statisticians do? Why statistics is useful in everyday life? What can you expect from statistics and statisticians? Wha
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE II
MATH 2212 REVIEW EXERCISES 1-4. Find the derivatives: 1- y = $3 COS1(3):) 2. y : 3. y = 55 l sin5m 4.91 = (3 + e)3 512. Evaluate the integrals or prove divergence: % cos(3;c) 2$+5 5 3 7'f2 22361112 8.fl (272 e 42: + 5) In :1: d3: 9 f 63" am 10 f
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE II
CALCULUS II - EXAM I - FORMULAS TO LEARN f (f 1 (x) = x for all x in the range of f (f 1 (f (x) = x for all x in the domain of f the graph of f 1 is the graph of f reected in the line y = x 1 (f 1 ) (c) = , f (a) = c f (a) d 1 (ln |x|) = for all x = 0 dx
School: Georgia State
Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 3050 Geometry and Spatial Sense Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Basic Geometry for College Students, 2nd ed., Tussy, Gustafson, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 1 The Logic of Compound Statements 1.1 Logical Form and
School: Georgia State
Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3 rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 11 Graphs and Trees 11.2 Paths and Circuits The Seven Bridges
School: Georgia State
Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3 rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 11 Graphs and Trees 11.2 Paths and Circuits (part 2) Euler Ci
School: Georgia State
Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3 rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 11 Graphs and Trees 11.1 Graphs: An Introduction (part I) Def
School: Georgia State
Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
11.1 Graphs: An Introduction (part 2)-supplement Special Graphs (continued) Definition Let m and n be a positive integers. A complete bipartite graph on (m,n) vertices denoted K m,n , is a simple graph with vertices v1 , v2 , , vm and w1 , w2 , wn that sa
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Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3 rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 10 Relations 10.3 Equivalence Relations The Relation Induced
School: Georgia State
Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3 rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 11 Graphs and Trees 11.1 Graphs: An Introduction (part 2) Exa
School: Georgia State
Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 10 Relations 10.2 Reflexivity, Symmetry and Transitivity Defin
School: Georgia State
Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 10 Relations 10.1 Relations on Sets Definition Let A and B be
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Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 7 Functions 7.4 Composition of Functions Definition Let f : X
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Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 7 Functions 7.1 Functions Defined on General Sets Definition A
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Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 7 Functions 7.2 One-to-One and Onto, Inverse Functions One-to-
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Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 5 Set Theory 5.2 Properties of Sets Theorem 5.2.1 Some Subset
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Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 5 Set Theory 5.3 Disproofs and Algebraic Proofs Disproving an
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Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3 rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 3 Elementary Number Theory and Methods of Proof 3.3 Direct Pr
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Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3 rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 3 Elementary Number Theory and Methods of Proof 3.1 Direct Pr
School: Georgia State
Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 1 The Logic of Compound Statements 1.2 Conditional Statements
School: Georgia State
Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3 rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 3 Elementary Number Theory and Methods of Proof 3.2 Direct Pr
School: Georgia State
Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 1 The Logic of Compound Statements 1.3 Valid and Invalid Argum
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Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 1 The Logic of Compound Statements 1.5 Application: Number Sys
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Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 1 The Logic of Compound Statements 1.4 Digital Logic Circuits
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Course: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3 rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 2 The Logic of Quantified Statements 2.1 Introduction to Pred
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Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3 rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 2 The Logic of Quantified Statements 2.2 Introduction to Pred
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Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3 rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 2 The Logic of Quantified Statements 2.3 Statements Containin
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Math 2420 Discrete Mathematics Lecture notes prepared by Leslie Meadows based on the text: Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 3 rd ed,Susanna S. Epp, Brooks/ Cole, Cengage Learning Chapter 2 The Logic of Quantified Statements 2.4 Arguments with Quant
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Plant Hormones II and Plant Reproduction And some important information about your Research Papers! Lets Start with the Research Paper Information This should be review from last week! But use this guide to maximize your grade! How to Maximize Points Earn
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Phylogenetics, systematics and taxonomy Systematics: the study and classification of biodiversity. Taxonomy: the study and organization of groups of organisms based on shared traits, evolutionary history, genetics, etc. Phylogeny: the evolutionary hist
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Plant Hormone materials Posted Feb 12, 2013 4:13 PM I have posted the plant hormones lecture as well as a little review worksheet that should help you study the important aspects of plant hormones. Read through the chapter, look over the lecture notes and
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The Mammalian Cardiovascular System: Circulation I Biology 2108 You must have closed toe shoes on for this exercise you are working with Biohazardous material! The Mammalian Heart: The Basics Four chambers a right and left atrium; a right and left ventri
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Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
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Plant Reproduction Biol 2108 Lab Moss Moss Life Cycle Moss Sporophyte (Sphagnum) Moss Young Gametophyte Moss Antheridial Head Moss Archegonial Head Moss Protonema Moss Capsule Fern Fern Young Sporophyte Fern Antheridia Fern Archegonia Fern Indusium Fern S
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Protostomes Annelida Annelida Mollusca Arthropoda Platyhelminthes Evolutionary Relationships Amongst Animals Ecdysozoans & Lophotrochozoans In ancient times the protostomes split into 2 major clades that have been evolving independently ever since Lopho
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Plant Growth & Hormones Seed Dormancy Seed dormancy may last for weeks, months, years, or even centuries. What are the advantages of dormancy? Germination Plant Hormones What is a hormone? Hormones Naturally occurring regulatory compounds Substances tha
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January 23, 2008 [LECTURE 6] What you need to know What you need to remember 1. One notice In a normal distribution, , , is actually the mean, and is the standard deviation. One interesting & important property of normal distribution 1
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January 18, 2008 [LECTURE 5] What you need to remember for today's lecture? 1. IQR and outliers The interquartile range (IQR) is the distance between the first and third quartiles (the length of the box in the boxplot) IQR = Q3 - Q1 An outlier
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January 16, 2008 [LECTURE 4] What you need to remember from today's lecture I. Measure of spread: quartiles and standard deviation Quartiles are three numbers that describe the trend, or statistically, the spread of the data. The calculation
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January 14, 2008 [LECTURE 3] I. Stemplots: How to make a stemplot: 1) Separate each observation into a stem, consisting of all but the final (rightmost) digit, and a leaf, which is that remaining final digit. Stems may have as many digits as nee
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January 11, 2008 [LECTURE 2] What you need to remember for today's class I. Histograms: The range of values that a variable can take is divided into equal-size intervals. The histogram shows the number of individual data points that fall in each
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January 9, 2008 [OUTLINE OF LECTURE 1] What you need to know for today's lecture I. II. III. What is statistics, and what do statisticians do? Why statistics is useful in everyday life? What can you expect from statistics and statisticians? Wha
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Test 1 study guide (Show all your work) Math 1101 Fall 11 No.: _ Name: _ 1. i). Consider the following table. s t 70 149 73 175 66 146 66 126 64 138 A) Is t a function of s ? B Is s a function of t ? ii). The following table gives values for a function f(
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Exam 1, Multivariables Calculus February 5, 2009 NAME: Calculators are allowed. Justify your answers. 1. (10 points) Show that the following equation represents a sphere and nd its radius and center: x2 + y 2 + z 2 + 4x 8y 2z + 5 = 0. 1 2. Consider the ve
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Quiz 6 Math 2215 Spring 2010 1. Estimate the volume under the surface and above the rectangle by finding the average of and where with Note that consists of nine square boxes of size , and takes its maximums and minimums on the lower left corners and uppe
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Quiz 4 Math 2215 Spring 2010 1. Consider the function a. Find the domain and the range. b. Sketch the surface given by this function. 2. Identify the surface given by the following function, and graph it as accurately as possible. 3. Match the surface wit
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Math2215PracticeProblemsforExam1Spring2010 Solutions 18. Find the curvature at the given point using the cross product formula a. at point (0, 0, 0) b. at point (1, 0, 0) Solution: a. , , b. , , , 19. Find the curvature using the formula a. b. c. d. e. f.
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Quiz 5 Math 2215 1. Consider the function Spring 2010 and the point a. Describe the level curves for this surface. b. Find the gradient vector at P. c. Draw the gradient vector at P, along with the level curve that passes through P. What do you notice? d.
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Math2215PracticeProblemsforExam1Spring2010 Solutions 15. Find the equation of the tangent line to each curve at the given points: a. at b. at c. at Solution: a. Tangent point: Tangent vector: or Tangent line: b. Tangent point: Tangent vector: Tangent line
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Math 2215 Practice Problems for Exam 2 1. Find the domain and range of the following functions: a. b. 2. Indentify the surface: a. b. c. d. 3. Identify the level curves f(x, y)=c and sketch the curve for the given values of c: a. b. 4. Identify the level
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Answers to Practice Problems for Exam 2 1. a. Domain: = the first and second quadrants in the xy-plane Range: [ b. Domain: = solid ball of radius 2 centered at the origin Range: [ 2. a. Sphere of radius 3 centered at the origin b. Ellipsoid with c. Two-pi
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Math2215Quiz3Spring2010 1. Sketchthecurvebyplottingthepointscorrespondingtoand2. 2. Considerthecurve.Findtheequationofthetangentlineat(2,1),forwhich. 3. Findaparameterizationforthegraphofwithdirectionfromrighttoleft. 4. Findthearclengthforfromto 5. Find t
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Practice Problems for Exam 1 Math 2215 1. Find the equations of a sphere centered at (1, -1, 2) and tangent to the Spring 2010 -plane. 2. Find the equations of a sphere centered at (3, 1, -2) and tangent to the plane 3. Find the equation of a sphere cente
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Quiz 2 Math 2215 Spring 2011 1. The following three points are given: P (2, 1, 1), Q(3, 4, 2), R(1, 0, 2). (a) Find the area of the triangle P QR. (b) Find the volume of the parallelepiped with edges OP , OQ, and OR, where O is the origin. 2. Determin
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Quiz 1 Math 2215 Spring 2011 1. Find the equation of the sphere for which the line segment PQ, connecting P(4, 2, 1) and Q(5, -1, 3), is the diameter. 2. Show that the equation represents a sphere, and find its center and radius. 3. Find the vector of nor
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Answers to Practice Problems for Exam 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Center: (5, 0, -2) ; R=7 6. 7. (a) =-17 , intersection point: (-2, 3, 0) (b) | |= (c) 8. 9. (a) /2 (b) 10. V=6 11. 12. 13. 14. Distance= 1/2 (d) /3 intersection line: 15. (a) , (b) , (c) 16. (a) arc l
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Exam 3 (take-home) Math 2215 Spring 2011 1. (10 points) Consider the double integral over a region a. Describe the region by words and by graphing it. b. Rewrite the integral by switching the order of integration. 2. (10 points) Set up a triple integral i
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Final Exam Math 2215 Spring 2011 1. Derive the formula for the volume of a sphere of radius , using spherical coordinates. 2. Find the area of the region bounded by , and 3. Calculate the area of the region of in bounded by the curves by setting In additi
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Math2215PracticeProblemsforExam1Spring2010 1. Find the equations of a sphere centered at (1, -1, 2) and tangent to the -plane. 2. Find the equations of a sphere centered at (3, 1, -2) and tangent to the plane 3. Find the equation of a sphere centered at (
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Math 2215 Exam 1 Spring 2010 1. Find the equations of a sphere centered at (-1, 2, I) and tangent to the plane 2xy22+ 3:0 R: $2ch an (4)1) 4 HM Plane l2(~t)~<z)-2(i)+3l _ '3 _k M.- _. V 21+(-i)+(-z)1 l q '2. a. '1. mutation.- (vc+1)+(3-z) + (2-!) =1
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CALCULUS II - EXAM II Name ~_._._._~_ (5 pts) Calculate the integral ,. (IE-30 ] /z~-2(z+l)dz. X3 - 7 ' ~1 vi 4 (2.: yX/Xf/)*5(X*/!4CX1 XKsz) X ,r xf/ X?de 2. XJ #47; 5X+5 4.8x :zxg, . 4 ,3 4 X2; ap. :0] [1/67 7Lp7/ a/X , ,zo X3 fngo j: / 4&/X/51X,;/-/
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CALCULUS II .- FINAL EXAM I 7Name (5 ptS) Determine Whether or riot the function 1 1:1: x) a 1 I is one~to-one and, if so, nd the inverse. If the function has an inverse, give I, w I g; ' the domam ofthe mverse. f5$ <Q_ ag; if?%/f /%)/*~*~'%; J/gjx
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CALCULUS II EXAM II" Name (5 pts) Calculate the denite integral 2 r 2 2 d; ' 'a/X ' (2/ a; f z ,_ X ,3! X 1 w(x2+1)2 M M , i, _ 3 f ,1?! g, j 53;) r; g 5%: 23 ff - 2 a I f; +Qx5j9 x/fl X 3 f?! + cfw_yzjg /.- 535/? w ffffQXK r) _ /: Maggy? [ggaxaf 9
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CALCULUS II - EXAM III v Name ( 10 pts) Find the limits (10 pts) Evaluate the improper integrals (10 pts) Test these series for (a) absolute convergence, (b) con ditional convergence 00 em 32 k(1nk)3 LfMi k31/L/ V- K i a, M,.K w xi M,7f_:= ,
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CALCULUS II - EXAM III Name (10 pts) Find the limits 1iml:r1(secaz:) 3-40 x2 (z/mmw [may 21 m, _ I , . r 5% =3: g! W& (gag? 2, lim (ex + 1)2'1:E mace ,5 a V - X 3; W ,cfw_w x >5 'g; 5, 4, x Kw/w: m a E W; g,gpe Z 35,3 Q? ; 915 5: 5/ @5632 W
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I CALCULUS II - EXAM I Name 1. (5 pts) Verify that f has an inverse and nd ( f'1)' (c) if f(zz:)=l-2zz:~333, c=4. i , e 75%: f%~f/ f,;!/ 3 g E 3 cfw_fl/2% 3;?in 2 cfw_/Ww jig/e; wagowegw aw/ 1 ~23 eggigg ? 2. (5 pts) Each radioactive substance d
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CALCULUS II - EXAM II - FORMULAS TO LEARN [r, ] = [r, + 2n], n N; [r, ] = [r, + ] x = r cos , y = r sin y tan = , x2 + y 2 = r2 x 1 Area in polar coordinates A = [2 ()]2 [1 ()]2 d 2 Tangent line for a parametric curve y (t0 )[xx0 ] = x (t0 )[yy0 ] Arc
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Quiz #13 Ch. 40, 42, 45.1, & 47 Answer 10 questions only! 1. Antibodies are made by A. T cells. B. Mast cells. C. macrophages. D. B cells. E. All of the above Name_ 6. The _ acid in gastric juice is lethal to many pathogens. A. sulfuric B. carbolic C. hyd
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Online Quiz- Sensory Systems (redux!) and CNS Points Awarded Points Missed Percentage 21 4 84% 1. In a famous medical case, both sides of a person's hippocampus were removed in an attempt to cure severe epilepsy. An unfortunate side effect of the surgery
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Your response has been submitted successfully. Points Awarded 20 Points Missed Percentage 5 80% 1. The resting membrane potential is created by A. B. C. D. E. proton pumps. osmosis. ion pumps. calcium. amino acids. Points Earned: 1/1 2. Neurons A. B. C. D
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Breathing provides the body with the oxygen required to support the energy metabolism of all cells and also eliminates _, one of the waste products of cell metabolism. A. carbon dioxide B. carbon monoxide C. carbon tetrachloride D. calcium carbonate E. ca
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Test File to accompany Life: The Science of Biology, Ninth Edition Sadava Hillis Heller Berenbaum Chapter 58: Ecosystems and Global Ecology TEST FILE QUESTIONS (By Norman Johnson) Multiple Choice 1. In most forests, most of the photosynthesis occurs a. ne
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Test File to accompany Life: The Science of Biology, Ninth Edition Sadava Hillis Heller Berenbaum Chapter 56: Species Interactions and Coevolution TEST FILE QUESTIONS (By Norman Johnson) Multiple Choice 1. Leaf-cutter ants that tend fungal gardens protect
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Course: Intro To Statistical Methods
Chapter 8: Tests of Hypothesis Help Guide Note that this guide is for sections 8.6. Using the Critcal Region Method Tests of Hypothesis For a Population Proportion p: Large Sample Size If np0 15 and nq0 15, where n is the sample size, p0 is the value of p
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Chapter 9: Tests of Hypothesis Help Guide Note that this guide is for sections 9.2-9.3. Using the Critcal Region Method Tests of Hypothesis For the Dierence Between Population Means 1 2 : Large Sample Size If n1 30 and n2 30, where n1 and n2 are the sampl
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Chapter 9: Tests of Hypothesis Help Guide Note that this guide is for sections 9.4. In this section we consider conducting hypothesis tests for two population proportions with large sample sizes n1 and n2. In this course we will not consider two populatio
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Chapter 9: Tests of Hypothesis Help Guide Note that this guide is for sections 9.3. For Paired Data Sets Using the Critcal Region Method Tests of Hypothesis For the Dierence Between Population Means d = 1 2 : Large Sample Size If nd 30, where nd is the nu
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Chapter 9: Tests of Hypothesis Help Guide Note that this guide is for sections 9.2. Using the Critcal Region Method Tests of Hypothesis For the Dierence Between Population Means 1 2 : Large Sample Size If n1 30 and n2 30, where n1 and n2 are the sample si
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Chapter 8: Tests of Hypothesis Help Guide Note that this guide is for sections 8.3-8.5. Using the Critcal Region Method Tests of Hypothesis For a Population Mean : Large Sample Size If n 30, where n is the sample size then use the following steps to compl
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Math 4547/6547 Test 1 Study Guide To be prepared for the test make sure you have done the following: 1. Complete the MyStatLab Online Homework from Chapters 1-3 2. Have a calculator and know how to use it. 3. Review your own written class notes and the no
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Math 4547/6547 Class Examples - Jan 28th Section 2.1: Example A physical therapist wants to get a sense of the types of rehabilitation required by her patients. To do so, she obtains a simple random sample of 30 of her patients and records the body part r
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Math 2212, Test 1 January 26, 2012 ( x+5) 1. Calculate the derivative of f (x) = (x2x2)2 (x2 5) mic dierentiation method (10 points ). 1 2/3 using the logarith- 2. Find the derivative of each of the following (7 points each ): (a) f (x) = ln(arcsin(x + 1)
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Hormonal Regulation in Plants 1. Define the term plant hormone. 2. Provide an example of how a single aspect of growth and development may be influenced by several hormones. 3. Provide an example for each of the following generalizations: a. A single plan
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Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #1 Dr. J. Brazas Due Monday Jan. 27, 2014 Leave all numerical answers as exact values. Do NOT estimate with a calculator. cos x 1. (review) Let F(x) = 0 t4 dt. 1 t2 (a) Find F(/2). (b) Find F (/3) where F is the der
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Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #1 Dr. J. Brazas Due Monday Jan. 27, 2014 Leave all numerical answers as exact values. Do NOT estimate with a calculator. cos x 1. (review) Let F(x) = 0 t4 dt. 1 t2 (a) Find F(/2). (b) Find F (/3) where F is the der
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Math 2212 - Calculus II Practice Dr. J. Brazas 8/30/2012 Alright, lets see what youve got! Give the following problems a shot for practice. You may work in groups or by yourself. Raise your hand if you or your group gets stuck. d 1. Find tan1 (2x2 + 2). d
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Math 2212 - Calculus II Practice Dr. J. Brazas 8/28/2012 Alright, lets see what youve got! Give the following problems a shot for practice. You may work in groups or by yourself. Raise your hand if you or your group gets stuck. d 4x+1 5e dx d Answer: 5e4x
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Math 2212 - Calculus II Practice Dr. J. Brazas 8/23/2012 Alright, lets see what youve got! Give the following problems a shot for practice. You may work in groups or by yourself. Raise your hand if you or your group gets stuck. ln(x 1) 1. What is the doma
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Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #11 Dr. J. Brazas Due Thursday Nov. 29, 2012 Show all work and leave all answers as exact answers (do NOT estimate with a calculator). 1. Translate the polar coordinates to rectangular coordinates: (a) (r, ) = 2, 4
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Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #10 Dr. J. Brazas Due Thursday Nov. 15, 2012 Show all work and leave all answers as exact answers (do NOT estimate with a calculator). 3 1. Find the 4th Taylor polynomial of f (x) = 2x 1 centered at x = 1. 1 for |x|
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Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #9 Dr. J. Brazas Due Thursday Nov. 1, 2012 Show all work and leave all answers as exact answers (do NOT estimate with a calculator). 1. Determine whether the series converges or diverges. (a) n=1 (b) n=1 (2n)! 5n (n
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Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #8 Dr. J. Brazas Due Thursday Oct. 25, 2012 Show all work and leave all answers as exact answers (do NOT estimate with a calculator). 1. Use the Integral Test to determine whether the series is convergent or diverge
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Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #7 Dr. J. Brazas Due Thursday Oct. 18, 2012 Show all work and leave all answers as exact answers (do NOT estimate with a calculator). 1. Find the sum of the series or show that it diverges. 1 (a) n=0 (b) n=0 2 4n 3n
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Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #6 Dr. J. Brazas Due Thursday Oct. 11, 2012 Show all work and leave all answers as exact answers (do NOT estimate with a calculator). 1. Determine whether the integral 0 converges, nd its value. Hint: Use your answe
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Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #5 Dr. J. Brazas Due Thursday Oct. 4, 2012 Show all work and leave all answers as exact answers (do NOT estimate with a calculator). 1. Find the greatest lower bound and least upper bound of the following sets (prov
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Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #4 Dr. J. Brazas Due Thursday Sept. 27, 2012 Show all work and leave all answers as exact answers (do NOT estimate with a calculator). 1. Find a general formula for the integral a = b separately! dx . Be sure to tre
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Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #3 Dr. J. Brazas Due Thursday Sept. 13, 2012 Show all work and leave all answers as exact answers (do NOT estimate with a calculator). 3 x ln x dx. 1. Evaluate the integral 1 1 2. Evaluate the integral t 1 t dt. 0 1
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Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #2 Dr. J. Brazas Sections: 7.4-7.7 Due Thursday Sept. 6, 2012 Show all work and leave all answers as exact answers (do NOT estimate with a calculator). 1. Dierentiate. (a) ex sin( x) (b) ln(cos(ex ) 1 2. The hyperbo
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Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #1 Dr. J. Brazas Sections: 7.1-7.3 Due Thursday Aug. 30, 2012 Leave all answers as exact answers. Do NOT estimate with a calculator. sin x 1. (review) Let F (x) = 0 t3 dt. 1 t2 (a) Find F (0). (b) Find F (/3) where
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Name: Math 2212 - Calculus II, Homework #1 Dr. J. Brazas Sections: 7.1-7.3 Due Thursday Aug. 30, 2012 Leave all answers as exact answers. Do NOT estimate with a calculator. sin x 1. (review) Let F(x) = 0 t3 dt. 1 t2 (a) Find F(0). (b) Find F (/3) where F
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Homework for section 5.6 to section 5.7. This is due on Tuesday April 17. 1. Calculate (2 x)(2 + x) dx. 2. Find the function f from the information given. (a) f (x) = 3 4x, f (1) = 6. (b) f (x) = sin x, f (0) = 2, f (0) = 1. 3. An object moves along a co
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Homework for section 5.4 to section 5.5. This is due on Tuesday April 17. 1. Evaluate the given integrals: 2 3 + 5x x3 (a) 1 1 (b) dx. 3x2 (x3 + 1) dx. 0 /2 csc x(cot x 3 csc x) dx. (c) /4 2. Show that the function f (x) = x x + 1 is nonnegative on the i
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Homework for section 5.2 to section 5.3. This is due on Tuesday April 10. 1. Calculate Lf (P ) and Uf (P ). (a) f (x) = x, x [0, 1]; P cfw_0, 1/25, 4/25, 9/25, 16/25, 1. (b) f (x) = x2 , x [1, 1]; P cfw_1, 3/4, 1/4, 1/4, 1/2, 1. (c) f (x) = cos x, x [0, ]
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Math 2211, HW 9 These problems are due Tuesday April 3, 2012 1. An object moves along a coordinate line, its position at each time t 0 is given by x(t) = 42 + 6t t2 . Find the position, velocity (v ) and acceleration (a) at time t = 12. 2. An object moves
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Homework for section 4.7 to section 4.8. This is due on Thursday March 29. 1. Find the vertical and horizontal asymptotes for the given functions 4x . +1 4x2 (b) f (x) = . (3x 1)2 (a) f (x) = x2 1 2. Determine whether or not the graph of f (x) = (x + 1) 3
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Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
1(a) Vertical Asymptote: This has no solution. Since the denominator has no zeroes, then there are no vertical asymptotes. 1(b) Horizontal Asymptote: Since the degree of is greater in the denominator than in the numerator, the y-values will be dragged dow
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
Math 2211, Homework 6 Due Tuesday March 13 1. Find the intervals on which f increases and the intervals on which f decreases. x (a) f (x) = . 1 + x2 (b) f (x) = x2 (1 + x)2 . (c) f (x) = x + sin x, 0 x 2 . (d) f (x) = sin2 x 3 sin x, 0 x 2 . 2. Find the c
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
Math 2211, Homework 5 Due Thursday February 23, 2012 1. Suppose a forest re spreads in a circle with radius changing at a rate of 5 feet per minute. At what rate is the area of the burning region increasing when radius reaches 200 feet? 2. Check the hypot
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
Math 2211, Homework 4 Due Thursday February 16, 2012 1. Find the derivative of f (x) = (x2 + 4x)25 . 2. Find the derivative of h(x) = 2x 1 x+3 2 . 3. Find a function whose derivative is 3x2 (x3 + 2)12 . 4. Dierentiate the function y = 3t2 tan t. 5. Dieren
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
Math 2211, Homework 3 Due Thursday February 9, 2012 1 Section 3.3 1. Find d3 3 (x 4x2 + x 3). dx3 2. Find a function f (x) for which f (x) = x 3. Find 2 2 x2 + 2. d d [(x 2) (5 x4 )]. dx dx Section 3.4 1. What is the rate of change of the circumference o
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
Homework for this week. You have until Thursday Feb 2 to submit it. I suggest that you do it before the test so that it would also be an extra practice for you for the test. Section 2.6 2, 4, 8, 20. #1 Use the Intermediate Value Theorem to show that there
School: Georgia State
Course: CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
MATH-2211, Spring-2012 Homework #1 Your name: MATH-2211 Calculus-I CRN 10831 Homework 1 Sections 2.1-2.5 x2 + x 20 . x 4 x4 x2 1 15 . 2. Find the limit: lim x 4 x4 1. Find the limit: lim x1 . x 1 | x 1| 3 x 3, for x < 2; 10, for x = 2; 4. Find lim f (x),
School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
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School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
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School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
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School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
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School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
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Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
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Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
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School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
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School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
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School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Of One Variable II
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School: Georgia State
Course: Foundations Of Numbers And Operations
Math 2008 Homework Section 2.1 Question 5-14 For these questions-Remember you only have: Y Yellow; H Hex; L Large; SY Small yellow and SB Small blue 5. Which pairs of sets, if any, can be put into one to one correspondence? Remember you only have: Y Yello
School: Georgia State
Course: Mathematical Modeling
Georgia State University Department of Computer Information Systems Course Syllabus CIS8630 (CRN xxxxx) Business Computer Forensics and Incident Response Spring 2010 Instructors : Name Office Office Hours Office Phone Office Fax Email Richard Baskerville
School: Georgia State
Course: Mathematical Modeling
CIS 4140E Spring 2010 Implementing IT-Facilitated Business Processes Richard Welke, Ph.D. Director, Center for Process Innovation Professor, Computer Information Systems Robinson College of Business Georgia State University Proposed Catalog Description Im