GEN S100F Mathematics in Daily Life CMA01
Cut-off Date: 28/Feb/2017
Questions 1 to 2
Tommy deposited a principal $ 50,000 into a saving account for 5 years.
Q1 With simple interest at the annual rate of 6%, find the future value after 5 years.
A.
B.
C.
D.
2017 GEN S100F : MC questions for Unit 3 and Unit 4
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Provide an appropriate response.
1) For the stem-and-leaf plot below, find the range of the data set
GEN S100F
Mathematics in Daily Life
Unit 5 (Part 2)
Statistical Relationships
1
Correlation vs. Regression
A scatter plot (or scatter diagram) can be
used to show the relationship between
two variables
Correlation analysis is used to measure
strength of t
Unit LA5 Eigenvectors
Solutions to the exercises
1.1 We have
t(2, 2) = (2 8, 2 + 4) = (6, 6)
= 3(2, 2)
and
t(7, 7) = (7 + 28, 7 14) = (21, 21)
= 3(7, 7).
In each case the original vector is scaled by the
factor 3.
Let k and l be real numbers which are no
Solutions to the exercises
Solutions to the exercises
1.1 (a)
1.3 We use Strategy 1.1.
(a) First t(0) = 0, so t may be a linear
transformation.
Next we check whether t satises LT1:
t(v1 + v2 ) = t(v1 ) + t(v2 ), for all v1 , v2 R2 .
This is a (2, 3)-stret
Solutions to the exercises
Solutions to the exercises
1.1 (a) This is a linear equation.
(b) This is not a linear equation. The third term
involves the product of x3 and x4 .
(c) This is a linear equation.
(d) This is not a linear equation. For example
Unit LA1 Vectors and conics
Solutions to the exercises
1.1 Using the formula for the equation of a line
when given its gradient and one point on it, we nd
that the equation of this line is
y (1) = 3(x 2).
We can rearrange this in the form
y = 3x + 5.
1.2
Unit AA1 Numbers
Solutions to the exercises
1.1 Since 45 20 = 900 and 17 53 = 901, we have
1.7 (a) Putting all the fractions over the common
45/53 < 17/20. Thus
17
45
45
17
1 <
<
<0<
<
< 1.
20
53
53
20
denominator of 180, we obtain
3
7
1
11
7
<
< <
<
.
2
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M215 Linear Algebra
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M215 TMA 01 solution
Cut-o date: 24 May 2010
Question 1
(a) Set up the equations
2y + x + 1 = 6
(x y) = 1
and obtain
x = 1; y = 2:
(b)
(i) Every point X on CQ has a position vector of the form
r = q + (1
) c;
2 R and 0
1:
where q is the position vector of
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Part I
Question 1
(a) The position vectors c and d are given by
c = (3; 3) (2; 1) = (1; 2) ;
d = 9 (1; 2)
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Permutation and Combination
Section 1 Counting Principle
1.
Emily is going to choose a mobile phone service plan from either Smart Company or Global
Company.
Smart Company
Number of service plans
Global Company
6
8
In how many ways can she choose the serv
Solution
Section 1 Counting Principle
1.
By the addition rule,
the number of ways she can choose
6+8
14
2.
By the addition rule,
the number of ways to choose a cake
(5 + 1) + 3
9
3.
By the addition rule,
the number of choices she has
5+3+2
9.
By the mul
Section 1 Addition Law of Probability
1.
There are 8 story books, 3 dictionaries and 4 comics on a book shelf. If a book is selected at
random, find the probability of getting either a story book or a comic.
2.
In a wallet, there are two $10 bank notes, s