1. Colombo-Dougovito, A. M. (2013).
Comparison of Physical Fitness Performance
Between Elementary-Aged Students With
and Without Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
Disorder. Physical Educator, 70(3), 262-281.
In the Summary of the Study section consider the
Fundamental Concepts
of Algebra
MAT-111A: Session 1
Slides and diagrams adapted from Blitzer, R. (2018). College Algebra (7th ed).
Algebraic Expressions
Variable
- a letter used to represent various numbers
Algebraic
Expression - a combination of variab
MAT-111A College Algebra, Course Syllabus (3 semester credits)
Course Description
Academic Catalog Description
This course is the study of equations, inequalities, functions, graphing, exponents, logarithms.
Prerequisites: None
General Course Description
Chapter 9
7. What does the actual critical value represent?
The critical value is a cutoff when less extreme values
occur by chance, and more extreme valuse indicate than
an outcome is due to something other than chance
8. What does the obtained value rep
A t-test for independent means tests two distict and different groups of participants, and each group is tested once. A t-test for
articipant is tested twice.
3a. Independent
3b. Independent
3c. Dependent
3d. Independent
3e. Dependent
Kareisha L. Hartsfie
1
Extra Credit #3
8.1
Number 6: I tossed a penny 100 times. The penny landed on tails 49 times and heads 51 times. The
percentage of the pennies landing heads up is 51%. 51/100 = .51
.51*100 = 51%
Tails
Tails
Heads
Tails
Tails
Heads
Heads
Tails
Heads
Tail
Extra Credit 4
9.4 #28
a.) Compute the proportion of attorneys from states mentioned by Rove who resigned or were fired.
3 Resigned + 9 Fired = 12 U.S. Attorneys/93 U.S. Attorneys = 12.9%
17 U.S. Attorneys divided by 93 = 18% were in the 12 states mention
April Riedel
Session One: Reading a Research Article
Using the worksheet and the research article (pp. 175-177) provided in your assignment
instructions, answer the questions. Use the worksheet provided to record your answers.
After completing the workshe
Session Two: Reading a Research Article
Using the worksheet and the research article (pp. 13-18) provided in your assignment instructions,
answer the questions. [NOTE: You may stop reading at the Regression Models section.] Use the
worksheet provided to r
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High Reliability
#6
How can a test be reliable and not valid?
It can do what it does over and over (reliability) but not be doing what it is meant to (
Session Three: Reading a Research Article
Using the worksheet and the research article (pp. 418-421) provided in your assignment instructions,
answer the questions. Use the worksheet provided to record your answers. After completing the
worksheet, submit
Session Three: Reading a Research Article
Using the worksheet and the research article (pp. 418-421) provided in your assignment instructions,
answer the questions. Use the worksheet provided to record your answers. After completing the
worksheet, submit
Discussion one
1
An unfriendly person pursues selfish ends and against all sound judgment starts quarrels. (Proverbs
18:1, NIV). This is stating that an unkind and selfish person will do anything to get what they want.
When you have someone that will do a
Descriptive statistics: used to organize and describe the characteristics of a
collection of data
Inferential statistics: often (but not always) the next step after you have collected
and summarized data. Used to make inferences based on a smaller group o
Alicia Lehnig
MONTH
DEC
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
AVERAGE
AFTER
BEFORE DIFF
87,890
58,676
29,214
87,876
45,567
42,309
56,768
87,656
-30,888
98,980
65,431
33,549
98,784
56,543
42,241
65,414
45,456
19,958
99,878
67,656
32,222
67,578
78,887
Chapter 9
7. What does the actual critical value represent?
The critical value is a cutoff when less extreme values
occur by chance, and more extreme valuse indicate than
an outcome is due to something other than chance
8. What does the obtained value rep
Session Two: Reading a Research Article
Using the worksheet and the research article (pp. 13-18) provided in your assignment instructions,
answer the questions. [NOTE: You may stop reading at the Regression Models section.] Use the
worksheet provided to r
Session One: Reading a Research Article
Using the worksheet and the research article (pp. 175-177) provided in your assignment
instructions, answer the questions. Use the worksheet provided to record your answers.
After completing the worksheet, turn the
Math Session 2 Quiz
1. Abaseballdiamondisreallyasquaremeasuring90feetonaside.Howfardoesacatcherneed
tothrowtheballtogetitfromhomeplatetosecondbase?Ifnecessary,roundtothenearestfoot.
A.
B.
C.
D.
90Feet
127Feet
180Feet
139Feet
Answer:
a2+b2=c2902+902=c2
8,1
MAT110A
Session 2
Geometry
Geometry
When you are at work, a sports game, in the
kitchen, or taking a walk, you will see many
elements in the surrounding world, but how
many times do you notice mathematics?
Geometry offers one technique for accessing
the
Colorado Christian University
College of Adult and Graduate Studies
MAT-110A, Math Concepts Course Syllabus (3 semester credits)
Course Description
Academic Catalog Description
This course gives students an awareness of the role mathematics plays in today
Session 1 Quiz
Question 1
You bought a shirt for $10, sold it for $14, bought it for $15, and sold it for $18. How much
profit did you make?
$7
$8
$18
$3
-10 -15 = -25
+14 +18 = 32
32 25 = 7 or
10 -+4- 14 - -5- 15 -+8- 18
+4 5 + 8 =
-1 +8 = 7
Question 2
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