UPM-CALC/SEM 2/2014-15/CEL2102/PROJECT 2 WORKSHEET
CEL2102 Effective Listening and Speaking
Project 2: Share Your Thoughts
Name : MUHAMMAD REDZUAN BIN KAMARUDIN
Matric No. : 180590
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INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE ACT
Showing the law as at 31 December 2001
This is a revised edition of the law, prepared by the Law Revision Commissioner under the authority
of the Revised Edition of the Laws Act.
Chapter 3 : Annuity
CHAPTER 3 : ANNUITIES
The topics include the ordinary annuity,
annuity due, perpetuity and deferred
1. Annuity: is a sequence of periodic
payments often equal in amount,
made at equal
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ISLAMIC AND CONVENTIONAL
Before discussing the difference between Islamic and Conventional insurance
it is better to first understand the concept of insurance and the objection of
Shariah Scholars at it.
WHAT IS INSURANCE
Approximation to numbers
1. Round-off error
The simplest way of reducing the number of significant digits in the
representation of a number is merely to ignore the unwanted digits. This
procedure, known as chopping, was used by many early compute
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Mas314 Matlab Lab III
The goal of this lab is to study the convergence behavior of the following numerical
Secant method and method of false position;
Aitkens 2 method and Steffensens method;
Horners method and Mullers method.
Read the descrip
Chapter 4 Numerical Differentiation and Integration
At the end of this chapter, hopefully students will be able:
to calculate the approximation of numerical differentiation by
using two- and three-point formula
to calculate the approximation o
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Numerical Integration Using Maple
Learn how to approximate the value of a denite integral using the Trapezoidal Rule
and Simpsons Rule.
Learn how to decide how good your approximation of an integrals value is using the
error bounds for each rule.
Answers for THT 1
( Due Date : 4th March 2015)
Asking for and giving opinions
1. What are the differences between a fact and an opinion? Provide some examples.
An opinion is a statement that expresses a belief, value, or feeling. An opinion cannot be p
Listening for Main ideas, details, and specific details
The following is an online individual activity meant to help strengthen your language for
effective listening and speaking.
This is a weekly activity for you to carry out individually or in groups as instructed. The
activities should be completed before the next class.
There are two tasks for you to complete individually before your next cla
UNIVERSITI PUTRA MALAYSIA
MTH 3501 (Numerical Analysis)
1. By using
the posible accurate formula, find the values in the blank of the table
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
MODULAR APPROACH SERIES
MTH3701 FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS
aculty of Science
Universiti Putra Malaysia
MODULE TITLE ANNUITY
COURSE USED MTH3701 FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS
MODULE CODE/NO UPM/FS/MTH3701/TUT
Solutions of Equations of
In this chapter we consider one of the most basic problems of numerical approximation, the root-nding problem. This process involves nding a root, or solution, of
an equation of the form f
In Exercises 1-5, verify that the given map is an isomorphism.
Let G be the addative group of real numbers, and let G be the group of all positive real numbers
under multiplication. The mapping
: G G' defined by (
4.2 Integral domains dan Fields
4.2 INTEGRAL DOMAINS AND FIELDS
Let D be a ring. Then D is an integral domain if the following conditions are
D is a commutative ring.
2. D has a unity e, and e 0.
3. D doesnt have a zero divi
0 cos x 2 dx
using (a) the Trapezoidal Rule and (b) the Midpoint Rule, each with n =4.
5. Use (a) the Midpoint Rule and (b) Simpson's rule to approximate
0 x 2 sin x dx
with n = 8. Compare
your result to the actual value of the integral to d
4.1 Rings, And Sub-rings
RINGS, INTEGRAL DOMAINS AND FIELDS
RINGS AND SUB-RINGS
A ring has two binary operations called addition and multiplication.
A ring is a set R with addition and multiplication operations, denoted by +
4.3 Ideals and Quotient rings
IDEALS AND QUOTIENT RINGS
The non-empty subset of a ring R is an ideal of R if the following conditions hold:
is a sub-ring of R.
x and r R imply that xr and rx .
1. A right ideal of R is a s