The formulas for the BINOMIAL and POISSON and NORMAL distributions look VERY
scary, but you do not need to know how to type the whole thing in to find it your calc
and Excel and Statdisk have built in functions for these types of formulas.
NOTE: All of th
MTH 122 2.5 Graphing Techniques: Transformations
Objectives.
1. Graph Functions Using Vertical and Horizontal Shifts
2. Graph Functions Using Compression and Stretches
3. Graph Functions Using Reflections about the x-Axis or y-Axis
1. Graph Functions Usin
MTH 122 3.3 Quadratic Functions and Their Properties
Objectives.
1. Graph a Quadratic Function Using Transformations
2. Identify the Vertex and Axis of Symmetry of a Quadratic Function
3. Graph a Quadratic Function Using Its Vertex, Axis, and Intercepts
4
MTH 122 1.3 Solving Equations Using a Graphing Utility
Objectives.
1. Solve Equations Using a Graphing Utility
In this class, we will show you two methods for solving equations: algebraic and graphical. We shall see that
some equations can be solved by al
MTH 122 2.4 Library of Functions; Piecewise-defined Functions
Objectives.
1. Graph the Functions Listed in the Library of Functions
2. Graph Piecewise-defined Functions
1. Graph the Functions Listed in the the Library of Functions
Library of Functions.
1.
MTH 122 3.1 Properties of Linear Functions and Linear Models
3. Determine Whether a Linear Functions is Increasing, Decreasing, or Constant
Recall that when the slope m of line is positive (m S 0), then the line slants upward from left to right.
When the
MTH 122 3.1 Properties of Linear Functions and Linear Models
Objectives.
1. Graph Linear Functions
2. Use Average Rate of Change to Identify Linear Functions
3. Determine Whether a Linear Functions is Increasing, Decreasing, or Constant
4. Build Linear Mo
MTH 122 2.3 Properties of Functions
Objectives.
1. Determine Even and Odd Functions from a Graph
2. Identify Even and Odd Functions form the Equation
3. Use a Graph to Determine Where a Function is Increasing, Decreasing, or Constant
4. Use a Graph to Loc
MTH 122 4.1 Polynomial Functions and Models
Objectives.
1. Identify Polynomial Functions and Their Degree
2. Graph Polynomial Functions Using Transformations
3. Identify the Real Zeros of a Polynomial Function and Their Multiplicity
4. Analyze the Graph o
MTH 122 2.6 Mathematical Models: Building Functions
Objectives.
1. Build and Analyze Functions
1. Build and Analyze Functions
Real-world problems often result in mathematical models that involve functions. These functions need to be
constructed or built b
MTH 122 2.2 The Graph of a Function
Objectives.
1. Identify the Graph of a Function
2. Obtain Information from or about the Graph of a Function
Often, as in newspapers or new programs, a graph is used to demonstrate clearly the relationship between
two va
MTH 122 2.1 Functions
Objectives.
1. Determine Whether a Relation Represents a Function
2. Find the Value of a Function
3. Find the Domain of a Function Defined by an Equation
4. Form the Sum, Difference, Product, and Quotient of Two Functions
1. Determin
MTH 122 1.4 Lines
Objectives.
1. Calculate and Interpret the Slope of a Line
2. Graph Lines Given a Point and the Slope
3. Find the Equation of a Vertical Line
4. Use the Point-Slope Form of a Line: Identify Horizontal Lines
5. Write the Equation of a Lin
MTH 144 Worksheet 3
You must be able to show all your work to receive credit
1 3
1. Find the exact value of the expression cos 2
without the calculator.
3
()
2. Find the exact value of the expression
without the calculator.
tan 1
2
1
3. Find the exact v
Problem 1 (a)- 8 points, (b) 8 points, (c)- 9 points, (d) 10 points, (e)- 5 points)
For parts (a) through (d) evaluate each integral. _ I f _ _ m
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Problem 1 (a) 31 points, (b)- 9 points)
(a) Suppose a two dimensional plate with uniform density occupies the region
R=cfw_(x,y)|yScos(x) and yZO and 05xsg.
(i) Use the coordinate axes provided below to sketch a picture of the region R. Clearly
shade th
Amir Rouzat
Labeling Theory
In this program, first tme, non-violent criminal offenders are sentenced to a mental health care training
program. They are taught how to care for psychologically-troubled youth. After the training program,
they are then placed
Input-Output Homework: Solutions 1. p. 159 #8 a. [X] = 295.5 million ag 340.9 million manuf Consumed internally
b. [A][X] = 195.5 million ag 190.9 mil manuf 2. p. 159 #11
production [X] = 443.75 mil ag 381.25 mil man 281.25 mil trans
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