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CARCELLER vs. COURT OF APPEALS and SIHI
February 10, 1999
Quisumbing, J.
Petitioners:
Jose Ramon Carceller
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Neuroevolution in Mario Kart
February 7, 2017
Completed by
Magd Bayoumi
James Boyd
Vivian Kirby
North Carolina School of Science and Math
We have neither given nor received unauthorized assistance on this investigation assignments
Magd Bayoumi
James Boyd
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The Art Gallery
Magd Bayoumi, James Boyd, Rohan Reddy
October 6, 2016
Summary
The curator of a watercolor exhibit has 50 paintings that theyd like to showcase in
their gallery. The challenge is changing the layout of the gallery with portable walls
to uti
MATH355 Discrete Math / Quiz 6 / 2 Mar 2015
Name KE. 2 12 points
1. Base b numeration systems. Convert (2035),ight to base ten. Show work.
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2. Integer division
a. Prove: Let a, b, and c be integers with a at
MATH355 Discrete Math / Quiz 8 / 1 Apr 2015
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oYou'may use your own class-notes, textbook, other books, and previous quizzes.
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MATH355 Discrete Math / Quiz 41/ 11 Feb 2015
Name - K5 Y 12 points Box
1. (7 points) Congruence modulo m
a. List three positive integers and three negative integers that are congruent to 5 modulo 8.
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MATH355 Discrete Math / Quiz 1 / 12 Jan 2015
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1. (4 points) Write the converse and contrapositive of the following conditional proposition:
If n2 is even, then H is even.
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MATH355 Discrete Math / Quiz 9 / 13 Apr 2015
Name K E 2 12 points
1. (8 points) Complete the denitions, where A and B are sets.
a.Afunctionf:A > Bis one-to-one ifand only if. . V15) e A) 430g) :5?th A X, we.
b.AfunctionF:A ~+BmapsAontoBifandonlyif. V L B
MATH355 Discrete Math / Quiz 3 / 28 Jan 2015
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1. (3 points) Write the negation of each proposition.
a.p>q P A?-
b. All prime integers are odd. meal/e 15 at. Prime ~Hmi [5 even .
c. Vx e R (x is rational > x2 is rational)
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MATH355 Discrete Math / Quiz 7 f/ 25 Mar 2015
Name K as; 12 points Box
1. Complete the denitions, where A and B are sets.
a. A is a subset of B, denoted A 5 8 , if and only if . . .
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MATH355 Discrete Math / Quiz 2 / 14 Jan 2015
Name &5 z 12 points
1. (2 points) Write the contrapositive of the following conditional proposition:
If a matrix A is invertible, then det(A) = 1.
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2. (4 points) Complete the
Proofs
1. Choose Method
a. Let x be a element with a certain property something is true.
2. Direct
a. Assume p then q.
3. Contraposition
a. We will use the contrapositive so assume not q then not p.
4. Biconditi
Cardinality
Finite: If there are exactly n distinct elements in S where n is non negative
Same cardinality: one to one corr
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Div & Mod
Divides (Divisor): Let a&b be integers where a=/= 0. We say a divides b iff b=ak for
some integer k.
Modulo: Let a&b be integers and let m be a positive integer. We say a is congruent to
b mod
Worksheet # 1: Review
1. (MA 113 Exam 1, Problem 1, Spring 2007). Find the equation of the line that passes through (1, 2) and is parallel to the line 4x + 2y = 11. Put your answer in y = mx + b form. 2. Find the slope, x-intercept, and y-intercept of the
CHAPTER 2: METHODS OF PROOF Section 2.1: BASIC PROOFS WITH QUANTIFIERS Existence Proofs Our first goal is to prove a statement of the form (x) P (x). There are two types of existence proofs: Constructive Proofs of Existence: (a) One type of constructive p
Question 1
4 out of 4 points
Five
measurements are
taken and are:
59.5", 61.33",
60.55", 61.00",
59.8". Find the
likely size of the
chance error in a
single
measurement.
Answer
Selected Answer:
0.6943
Correct Answer:
0.6943
Response
Feedback:
That is cor
die is tossed 5 times. Find the probability that none of the rolls show 4 or more spots.
Answer
Selected Answer:
a.
1/32
Correct Answer:
a.
1/32
Question 2
4 out of 4 points
Find the chance
that if you toss a
pair of dice, you
get 6 for the sum.
Answer
a certain town, there are 40,000 registered voters, of whom 15,000 are Republicans. A survey
organization is about to take a simple random sample of 1,200 registered voters. Find the
expected value for the percentage of Republicans in the sample.
Answer
Math 170 Test #2 Review
DIRECTIONS: Show all steps leading to your answers, including any intermediate results obtained
using a graphing utility.
f ( x + h) f ( x )
1) Use the definition of a derivative f ( x) = lim
to find the derivative of f ( x) = 2 x