M118 - PLEASE READ THIS SYLLABUS
Instructor: Steve McKinley
Office: Rawles Hall 309
Phone:
855-1644
Email:
[email protected]
(do NOT send email to Oncourse)
OFFICE HOURS: (RH 309)
Monday
2:00-3:30pm
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Week 14
Chapter 8. Markov Chains
8.1. States, transitions, transition diagrams and transition matrices
Recall:
An experiment is an activity that results in a well defined outcome.
The sample space
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Week 14
Chapter 8. Markov Chains
8.1. States, transitions, transition diagrams and transition matrices
Recall:
An experiment is an activity that results in a well defined outcome.
The sample space
Finite Notes and Rules
Rules about the solutions of augmented matrices:
1. How to solve systems of equations with more than two
variables/equations:
a. STEP 1: Set up the augmented matrix [A|B].
(A is
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PROBLEM 01: A universal set U has two disjoint subsets, A and B, with n(U) = 110, n(A) = 42, and
n(B) = 57. Which of the following is n( A' n B ) ?
A) 1 C) 68 E) 11
15 D) 21 N) none
STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR ROW-REDUCING AN AUGMENTED MATRIX:
For each row in the augmented matrix (starting with row 1 and working your way down and to the right, one row at a time), do the
followi
REVIEW MATERIALS FOR TEST 3
Because TEST 3 covers only chapters 5 and 6, the practice tests that can be found in the
M118 STUDENT RESOURCES LINK on Oncourse cannot be used as is to practice for the
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FINAL KEYS (NO WARRANTY; USE WITH CARE)
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GRADING RUBRIC FOR Y105
For a grade in the A range:
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argument will be excellent in all respects, and pe
Exam 3-Answer key
Identify your version using the answer choice (A) in Problem 1.
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MIDTERM-Answer key
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Math 210, Lecture 1 Exam 1, Fall 2010
Prof: Paul Terwilliger
SOL UTmNS
Your Name (please print)
Circle your section:
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Take-Home Quiz #2
Math M118
Name
Class #
see Oncourse/PostEm
Score
MW12 MW130
circle one
1. In a recent survey of 70 college students, it was found that of the three weekly magazines Time, Newsweek,
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Take-Home Quiz #1
Math M118
Name
Class #
see Oncourse/PostEm
Score
MW12 MW130
circle one
1. Let U = cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, A = cfw_2, 4, 6, 7, and B = cfw_ 2, 4, 5, 6, 8. Find the elements in eac
Math M118 Finite Mathematics
Suggested Practice Exercises
TEXTBOOK: Finite Mathematics: A Problem Solving Approach (copyright 2011 to present), by Watt, Hayden-McNeil
Publishing Co
To adequately prepa
M118 Midterm Review
Midterm: Saturday, October 18th, 8:00am—9:30am in BE 013.
Chapter 1
o operations on sets:
union U, intersection ﬂ, complement ’, Cartesian product x
o Venn diagrams
0' de Morgan’
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PROBLEM 01: A universal set U = { a, b. c. d, e, f, g. h ) has two subsets, A = { a, b. d. f. h }, and
B = { b, c, d, g. h}. Which of the following represents the set A n B ?
@{b,d.h}
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PROBLEM 01: A universal set U = { a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h } has two subsets, A = { a, b, o"= f, h ), and
B = { b, c. d, g, h ). Which of the following represents the set A rt B ?
A
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M118 Midterm Review
Midterm: Saturday, March 5th, 9:00am-10:30am in Hodge Hall
(Kelley School of Business) room 2075.
Chapter 1
operations on sets:
union , intersection , complement 0 , Cartesian p
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Exam 3 - Review
Chapter 5: Systems of linear equations
lines, slope, intercepts(to find the x-intercept, set y = 0 and solve
x, to find the y-intercept, set x = 0 and solve y) point-slope form
(y y
Nature of Science:
Tuesday 8/22
ALWAYS keep an open mind
be critical / evaluate and THINK about what you learn!
Information presented in this class has been acquired over
years of study & experimen
Week 1 Goals
To learn to work with:
terminology and notation for sets: membership
subset
operations on sets: union
, intersection ,
,
complement '
Venn diagrams, de Morgan's laws, the distributive
MATH M118, Spring 2016
Finite Mathematics Syllabus
Class time and place
Section 5287
Time: MWF 8:00 8:50 am
Location: Rawles Hall 100
Course web space
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FALL 03
QUIZ 9
PRINT NAME
SIGN NAME
SET UP FOR PROBLEMS 1 AND 2: The Old Town Canoe Company produces two types of canoes,
the Columbian and the Katahdin. The production of one Columb