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Jesenia Verdin-Delgado (username: jverdin3)
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Unit I Quiz.
Math 221 B/C
Write all your answers in complete sentences.
1. (1 point) In a complete sentence, state the Central Limit Theorem.
2. (1 point) In a complete sentence, state the Law of Large Numbers.
3. (1 point) How does the mean of the distri
Class Assignment - Lesson 05
1. Were you in class today (6 points) Yes!
2. Were you on time to class today? (3 Points) Yes!
3. The magnitude of earthquakes since 1900 that measure 0.1 or higher on the Richter scale in
California is approx. normally distri
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Class Activity Lesson 06 Great Penny Experiment
Complete Part A before the start of class. You will complete Part B later in class. You must
fully participate in the Great Penny Experiment to get these points.
Part A: This part of the worksheet should b
Lesson 03 Class Assignment
Note: If there are any graphs used, please paste your results in this assignment.
1. Did you attend class today (4 pts)? Yes
2. Were you on time to class (2 pts)? Yes
Work in a Group on this problem. The following are the ages o
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DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS
Over the semester as you are taking Math 108, please keep track of your sleep hours (rounded to the nearest .5
Be sure to finish the descriptive statistics at the bottom and do a Copy / Paste of the table to your PowerPoint slid
Sem
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Total Income:
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415.00
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Emergency
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Sarah's Financial Action Plan
Sarah's Daily Expense Record
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Debit
Cash
February Budget
Income
Employment
Financial Aid
Other
Total Income:
Goal
290.00
125.00
415.00
Goal
Savings (Short Term)
Emergency
Living Expenses
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Kelsey Turner
21 March 2015
Math 108
Sister Miles
The Pigeonhole Principle
Before reading the third chapter of the book To Infinity and Beyond, I had never heard
of the pigeonhole principle before, though I had heard of the idea of the principle before. T
Kelsey Turner
April 5th, 2016
Sister Miles
Math Foundations 108
To Infinity & Beyond
I enjoyed reading this because of how in depth it went on this topic of infinity. Georg Cantor
came up with a numerous amount of ideas to help discover, secrets you could
SLEEP DATA
Over the semester as you are taking Math 108, please keep track of your sleep hours (rounded to the nearest .5
You will need to use this data for the Time Series Chart a little later . . .
Semester's Log for Your Nights of Sleep
Week
Sunday
Mon
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150000.00
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($96,814.92)
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Sarah's Financial Action Plan
Sarah's Daily Expense Record
(* Do Not Type In Any Gray Boxes*)
Debit
Cash
February Budget
Income
Employment
Financial Aid
Other
Total Income:
Goal
290.00
125.00
100.00
415.00
Goal
Savings (Short Term)
Emergency
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Lesson 03 Reading & Writing Template (Submit by Due Date #1)
Name: Yuridia Banning
Date: May 2, 2017
As you read the teachings on the creation outlined in the lesson (Moses 1-2; Abraham 4; Russell
M. Nelson, The Creation, Ensign, May 2000, 84-86) ask your
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Unit 4 Exam Practice
4E Income Taxes
Course Outcomes:
1. Describe the marginal income tax brackets of our nations tax code and how calculations
are made based upon deductions and exemptions.
2. Calculate the FICA tax on wages, its history and impact on ou