Unit 3
Number theory
Introduction
Introduction
Number theory is a branch of mathematics concerned with properties of
the integers,
. . . , 2, 1, 0, 1, 2, 3, . . . .
The study of number theory goes back at least to the Ancient Greeks, who
investigated the
Unit 4
Conics
Introduction
Introduction
This unit is about three types of curve the parabola, the ellipse and the
hyperbola. (Each of these names is pronounced with the emphasis on the
second syllable.) An example of each type of curve is shown in Figure
Running head: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Discrete mathematics
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DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
2
Computer science is the study of problems, problem solving and the solutions that come out of
the problem solving process, B. Mill
KENYATTA UNIVERSITY
KITUI CAMPUS
SUBJECT METHODS: MATHEMATICS
UNIT CODE: ECT 302
COURSE DESCRIBITION
Mathematics as a subject. Historical development of nature of Mathematics.
Mathematics Education and Philosophy.
Perspective of Mathematics, Conceptions a
English Version
1. When asked what medication to take if they were on an abandoned island and could only
choose a painkiller, most doctors prefer Tylenol, Bufferin, or Advil, instead of Bayer. Was
this conclusion drawn from a sample or from a population?
Assignment 1 - Part 2
Short Answer (4 QUESTIONS x 9 POINTS each = 36 POINTS)
36. A researcher would like to determine whether an over-the-counter cold medication has an
effect on mental alertness. A sample of n = 16 participants is obtained and each perso
1.
a. Random sample.
Sampling is the process where a small section is taken from a larger population for
study. A sample is a subset of the total population. A random sample is the one where
each item in the population has an equal opportunity or chance o
You're the Chair of the English Department at a large university. In your department, all term papers are
graded by Teaching Assistants, and they are paid by the word. You need to know how much money to
put in the budget for this service. Estimating the n
Minimal Polynomials
Definition
Let be an element in GF(pe). We call the monic polynomial of
smallest degree which has coefficients in GF(p) and as a root,
the minimal polyonomial of .
Example: We will find the minimal polynomials of all the
elements of GF
Required Homework #5
1.a
Human blood is largely divided in to four blood groups (A, B, AB, and O) and also (separately) into
Rhpositive and Rh-negative. (There are also some very rare blood groupings, such as Mumbai, Lutheran, Kell,
and Kipp.) This is ver
Practice Problem Set 5 Solutions
1
In a city election, there is a proposition to raise the property tax rate slightly to improve the schools. The
following table summarizes the data- use the table for problems 1.a through 1.i.
Support tax increase Oppose
Geometry CCSS Sample Items 2014
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2014 Geometry Common Core State Standards Sample Items
1 What are the coordinates of the point on the
directed line segment from K(5,4) to L(5,1) that
partitions the segment into a ratio of 3 to 2?
1) (3,3)
2)
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INSTITUTE OF OPEN DISTANCE & e-LEARNING
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DEPARTMENT: ECONOMETRICS AND STATISTICS
UNIT CODE: EES 201
STATISTICS FOR ECONOMIST 1
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CMSC 350 Project 3
The third programming project involves writing a program that performs a sort by using a binary
search tree. The program should be able to sort lists of integers or lists of fractions in either
ascending or descending order. One set of
Simple Linear Regression
Least Squares Estimates of 0 and 1
Simple linear regression involves the model
Y = Y |X = 0 + 1 X.
This document derives the least squares estimates of 0 and 1 . It is simply for your own
information. You will not be held responsi
A Handbook of Statistical Analyses
Using R
Brian S. Everitt and Torsten Hothorn
CHAPTER 4
Analysis of Variance: Weight Gain,
Foster Feeding in Rats, Water
Hardness and Male Egyptian Skulls
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Analysis of Variance
4.3 Analysis Using R
4.3
Exercises on Chapter 3: Inferences in Regression Analysis:
Summary:
PROBLEMS
3.1. A student, working on a summer internship in the economic research office of a
large corporation, studied the relation between sales of a product (Y, in million
dollars) and
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JOURNAL OF THE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES
VOLUME 33
The Growth Rates and Densities of Ice Crystals between
3C and 21C
B. F. RYAN,1 E. R. WISHART AND D. E. SHAW2
CSIRO, Sydney, Australia _
(Manuscript received 4 June 1975, in revised form 5 January 1976)
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Multivariate
analyses
Learning objectives
By the end of this chapter you should be able to:
l Recognise when it is appropriate to use multivariate analyses (MANOVA) and
which test to use (traditional MANOVA or repeated-measures MANOVA)
l Understand
t
If K is linear => K (Z) = C1*Z + C2 => K (Z) = K top - Z/h
This means that the top will be K (0) =k top
And the bottom denotation will be K (h) = k bottom
So the equation to get K (Z) will be.
K (Z) = C1 * E^ (C2*Z)
But alternatively this one is also corr
Teaching of Probability 1
TEACHING OF PROBABILITY
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Teaching of Probability 2
Teaching of Probability
Probability entails study of random processes and events. It entails calculation of the
likelihood of an even