MAT 12 Intermediate Algebra: Addendum/Homework Policy
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MAT 12 Intermediate Algebra: Addendum/Homework Policy
(MWF, 8:00 pm - 9:50 pm for Fall/2017)
Textbook: Beginning & Intermediate Algebra with POWER Learning, 4th edition written by
Sherri Messersmith and Robert S. Feldman
Contact Information:
Instructor: J
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Math 160
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Fall 2017
Instructions:
This assignment is due at the start of class on Monday, Sept. 11.
Quality of presentation is a significant part of your grade. This includes:
X Neatness. Sloppy work will score poorly, if it gets gra
7.36 Food intake and weight gain. If we increase our food intake, we generally gain weight.
Nutrition scientists can calculate the amount of weight gain that would be associated with a
given increase in calories. In one study, 16 non obese adults, aged 25
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Math 160 Section 002
Spring 2017
Exam 2
Instructions: This exam covers Chapters 4 and 5. Calculators may be used, but other electronic
devices ma not be used durin the exam.
Part 1: Short answer
The rst 3 pages are short answer.
Most problems do not
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Math 160 Section 002
Spring 2017
Exam 1
Instructions: This exam covers sections 2.4-3.5. Calculators may be used, but other electronic
devices ma not be used durin_ the exam.
Part 1: Short answer
The rst 4 pages are short answer.
Most problems do no
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Math 160 Section 002
Spring 2017
Exam 3
Instructions: This exam covers Chapter 6. Calculators may be used, but other electronic devices
ma not be used during the exam.
Part 1: Short answer
The rst 4 pages are short answer.
Most problems do not req
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Instructions.
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2. Extra paper is availabl
Computational Project 1
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Last updated August 19, 2014.
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IX. X-ray diffraction
9-1. Production of X-ray
Vacuum, thermionic emission, high voltage,
and a target
http:/www.arpansa.gov.au/radiationprotection/basics/xrays.cfm
Energetic electron hitting a target
Braking radiation
Characteristic
X-ray
Auger electrons
Chemistry 09-106: Modern Chemistry II
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Random Walk in 1-D
Random walks appear in many contexts:
diffusion is a random walk process
understanding buffering, waiting times, queuing (more
generally the theory of stochastic processes)
gambling (choosing the best strategies for specific desired
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A 0.5853 g sample of a pure soluble chloride compound is dissolved in
water, and all of the chloride ion is precipitated as AgCl by the
addition of an excess of silver nitrate. The mass of the resulting AgCl is
found to be 1.7619 g.
What is the mass perce
Press Release on GATE-2015 Results
Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is a national level examination that tests the
comprehensive understanding of the candidates in various undergraduate subjects in
Engineering/Technology/Architecture and post-
Nuclear Reactions
Please solve the following problems. You must show all work for full/partial credit.
1) Complete the follow nuclear reactions:
2) Consider the reaction
a) Use the masses of the nuclides involved to determine whether it is endogenic
or ex
Physics 422 - Spring 2016 - Assignment #5, Due February 26th
1. Consider the two-loop circuit shown below:
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(a) Write the coupled set of differential equations for the currents, i1 (t) and
i2 (t), which flow in each loop.
(b) Assuming the c
The laboratory measured PVT data for the sampled fluid from a reservoir is
presented in the attached sheet PVT.xls.
a. Find the oil formation volume factor, the solution gas oil ratio, the gas
formation volume factor and the two-phase formation volume fac
4.3 4.4, HW # 7 Random
Variables
Random Variable
Discrete Random Variables
Continuous Random Variables
Normal Distributions as Probability Distributions
The Mean of a Random Variable
The Law of Large Numbers
Rules for Means
The Variance of a Rando
2.4/2.5, HW # 4
Predictions
Residuals and Residual Plots
Outliers and Influential Observations
Lurking Variables
Correlation and Causation
The Two-Way Table
Joint Distribution
Conditional Distributions
1
Predictions Via Regression Line
For the returning b
6.1, HW # 9 (part 1)
Estimating with Confidence
Inference
Statistical Confidence
Confidence Intervals
Confidence Interval for a Population Mean
1
Statistical Inference
After we have selected a sample, we know the responses of the individuals
in the sa
5.1, HW # 8 (part 1)
The sampling distribution of a sample mean
Population Distribution vs. Sampling Distribution
The Mean and Standard Deviation of the Sample Mean
Sampling Distribution of a Sample Mean
Central Limit Theorem
1
Parameters and Statist
4.1/4.2, HW # 6
Randomness
The Language of Probability
Thinking about Randomness
The Uses of Probability
Sample Spaces
Probability Rules
Assigning Probabilities
Independence and the Multiplication Rule
1
The Language of Probability
Chance behavior
3.1 3.3, HW # 5
3.1 Design of Experiments
3.2 Sampling Design
3.3 Toward Statistical Inference
1
Observation vs. Experiment
When our goal is to understand cause and effect, experiments are the
only source of fully convincing data.
The distinction betwe
6.2, HW #10 (part 1) Tests of
Significance
The Reasoning of Tests of Significance
Stating Hypotheses
Test Statistics
P-values
Statistical Significance
1
Statistical Inference
Confidence intervals are one of the two most common types of statistical
in