Math 165
Chapter 4
Section 4.1
Measures of Center in a Distribution
1) Mean (Average) Add up all the numbers and divide the sum by number
of numbers you have. It represents the balance point for quantitative
data distribution.
Mean =
=
2) Median (Middle)
Math 165
Chapter 2
Section 2.1
Data comes in two basic types:

Qualitative (or Categorical) Data nonnumerical data (ie: eye color, favors of ice
cream, names of classmates, genders of animals)
Quantitative Data numerical data (ie: times of runners in a
Math 165
Chapter 3
Section 3.1
Frequency Table has two columns:
 First column lists all the categories of data
 Second column lists the frequency of each category (how many times it appeared)
Binning  When you make a frequency table and use an equal ra
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a. Find the sign chart for the function
b. Find all the asymptotes of .
c. Use the information in (a) and (b) to sketch the graph of . Note: the graph
must be consistent with (a) and (b) to get credit here.
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1. Given two functions,
and
Complete the following table.
2. Suppose
and
. Find the two composite functions
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three
functions
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b. Compute the derivative of each of the three component functions
c. Apply the chain rule twice to find
satisfying
.
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1. In each of Exercises (a) through (d), show that the function has exactly one zero
in the interval. Accomplish this by using the Intermediate Value Theorem to
show there is at least one zero, and show that the
Introducing Some Economics Terminology
This essay is intended to be read before the second test. The purpose is to
familiarize you with some terminology economists use and to provide some examples
of the use of calculus in economics. Five terms used consi
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1. Let
. Note that
.
a. Find the slope of the line joining the points
, where
b. Evaluate and simplify
expression as
c. Replace the
and
.
Then find the limit of the
approaches 0.
with 0 in your answer to (b) to fi
The Zero Over Zero Problem
1 FACTORING
One of the powerful ideas of calculus is the limit concept. The limit concept
enables us to discuss the zero over zero problems, which we write as 0/0. Lets rst
talk about real number division. We can say that 6/3 =
Introducing The Test Interval Technique
This essay is intended to be read before the class has discussed dierentiation
of elementary functions. One of the fundamental ideas in calculus involves the use
of the derivative function in nding the intervals ove
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1. A rancher wants to fence in an area of
square feet in a rectangular field
and then divide it in half with a fence down the middle parallel to one side. What
is the shortest length of fence that the rancher can
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a. Find all solutions of the equation
b. Find the (implied) domain of
answer in interval notation.
.
and write your
2. For each condition listed, express in interval notation the set of all numbers that
satisfy
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1. Find an equation for a line that is perpendicular to the line
and
which passes through the point
. Write your answer in slopeintercept form.
2. Find the exact value of the expression
your answer in a very simp