MA 111 6.1 Circuit Training
MA 111
Can you draw the image below without lifting your pen from the page, starting and ending at
point X?
Graph Theory some definitions
A graph is a collection of points
Math 111 Mathematical Thought and Problem Solving
Battleships Solutions
File 1
We can immediately extend the ship segments in the corners. The one in the upper-right is
extended at least one left, and
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Begin with the circle in F3. We have to go straight through it in both directions, so the line can't
go straight up. Therefore we can draw a line from F2 to F4.
That line must be
Section 6.2 Feeling Edgy
Section 6.2
Feeling Edgy?
Try doodling something crazy
Exploring Relationships Among Vertices, Edges, and
Faces
Insight into difficult
challenges often
comes by first looking
Section 4.2
A View of an Art Gallery
MA 111
Using Computational Geometry to Place Security Cameras in Museums
How do we strategically place video cameras in an art gallery such that every point of the
Section 2.4: Crazy Clocks and Checking Out Bars
Cyclical Clock Arithmetic and Bar codes
Identifying similarities among different objects is often the key to understanding a deeper idea.
Section 2.4: C
MATH 111 Section 2.4 Crazy Clocks and Checking out Bars
UPC and ISBN bar coding
How does a register at the supermarket
accurately scan item numbers? Can mistakes in
scanning be detected? The purpose o
Fun With Prime Numbers
Worksheet 1
Suppose m and n are natural numbers. We say that m is a divisor of n or that m evenly divides n
or that n is a multiple of m if there is some natural number x such t
Worksheet 2 Knights and Knaves
These problems all take place on a mythical island where each person is either a knight or a
knave. Knights always tell the truth, while knaves always lie.
1. Three inha
The Re-Occurring Problem
Problem solving is equated to word problems in
the field and with current college students.
Part of the crusade with this presentation is to
increase the awareness that prob
Math 111: Mathema*cal
Thought and Problem Solving
2.1: Es*ma*on and the Pigeonhole
Principle
Chapter 2: Number Contempla*on
2.1: Coun*ng
2.2: Numerical [email protected] in Nature
Section 2.2
Subconsciously, we are sensing a hidden order.
Shasta daisy with 21 petals
Field daisy with 34 petals
Lets closely inspect the yellow in
the middle of the daisy.
The yellow area contains c
Pythagoras of Samos
ca. 560-ca. 480 BC)
"For I discerned a certain sublimity in the discipline of
Pythagoras, and how a certain secret wisdom enabled him
to know, not only who he was himself, but al
Mount St. Marys University
Spring 2014
Mount Saint Marys
Mathematical Thought and Problem Solving Math 111
Spring 2014
Instructor Information
Name: Professor Chris Jarvis
Room: Coad Science 118 C
Phon
Factors, Prime Numbers &
Composite Numbers
Definition
Product An answer to a
multiplication problem.
7 x 8 = 56
Product
Definition
Factor a number that is
multiplied by another to give a
product.
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Bayes Theorem
Example
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Three jars contain colored balls as described in the table
below.
One jar is chosen at random and a ball is selected. If the ball is
red, what is the probability that it came f
Math 111 Mathematical Thought and Problem Solving
Exam 1 Review Guide
Date: September 13, 2013
Value: 100 points
This exam covers all the topics we discussed (or will discuss) during the first four we
Math 111 Mathematical Thought and Problem Solving
Exam 2 Review Guide
Date: March 17, 2014
Value: 100 points
This exam covers all the topics we discussed between what was covered on the first exam and