MDM4U: Unit 1 Probability and Counting Test
Knowledge and
Application /24
Communication /6
Thinking Inquiry /
8
Total out of 38
Knowledge / Application
1. Determine the number of ways from point A to point B.[2 marks]
2. There are 52 cards in a standard d
4. Atwood's Machine Experiment
Atwood's machine is a device which allows a kinematic measurement of the acceleration of gravity by
slowing the motion of a pair of weights. You will measure a time interval with an electronic timer that
starts and stops aut
BIOL1003/BIOL 1103
Week of October 10
Before starting photosynthesis we will finish up
slides on Cellular Respiration and Fermentation
from the end of the Week of October 3
Photosynthesis
We are now going to consider this part
of the cycle
Photosynthesis
Carleton University
Laboratory Report
Course #: PHYS1007B
Experiment #: 4
Determination of The Acceleration due to Gravity
and The Torque of The Pulley Using Atwoods
Machine
Minh Le
(100990550)
Date Performed: November 10, 2016
Date Submitted: November 24
Carleton University
Laboratory Report
Course #: PHYS 1007B
Experiment #: 2
Determination of the Density of Aluminum Using
Various Instruments
Minh Le
(100990550)
Date Performed: September 29th, 2016
Date Submitted: October 20th, 2016
Lab Period: Thursday
THE PURIFICATION OF CHOLESTEROL BY BROMINATION AND DEBROMINATION
Debra Jones
Abstract:
The purpose of this experiment was to purify commercial cholesterol through
bromination. It was calculated that 1.37g of purified cholesterol should have been
extracted
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2012 Euclid Contest
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
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Thursday, April 12, 2012
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Solutions
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MDM4U / Review Package Probability
Remember: This review package is only an overview of the main topics covered this semester. For the final exam, you are
responsible for ALL topics covered throughout the course.
Key Ideas: |
The Birthday Problem
Find the probability that in a group of n ( n 365) people, at least two people share the same birthday.
Here n = 23 (and n = 106), but lets solve this rst for general n. We assume that all 365 days of the
year (for simplicity, we igno
More MDM 4U Probability Review
1. Microchips being manufactured have a 28% chance of not working when they come off the
production line. Of the not working microchips, 79% can be repaired and the rest are considered
defective.
a) What is the theoretically
Birthday Paradox
Yue Kwok Choy
(1) Introduction
Please make a guess:
In a class of 23 students, what is the
probability that at least two students sharing a birthday, assuming that there
are 365 days in a year (forget about the leap year) ?
This is the cl
r=
r=
n (Xi Yi) XiYi
(n Xi ( Xi) ) (nYi (Yi) )
2
2
2
2
38(296198) (2611.5)(4317)
(38(180044.15) (2611.5)2 ) (38(510789) (4317)2 )
r 0.1413
n (Xi Yi) XiYi
a=
n Xi 2 ( Xi)2
38(296198) (2611.5)(4317)
38(180044.15) (2611.5)2
a 0.8425
b = y a
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Euclid Contest
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
c 2011 Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing
Time: 2 1 hours
2
Calculators are permitted, provided they are non-programmable and
MDM4U REVIEW QUESTIONS #1: EXAM PREPARATION
WARNING: The following questions are meant to supplement your own review of the course for
the exam. Some of the concepts that we covered in the course may not come up in the following
review; however, you are s
2. Measurement of Density Experiment
In this experiment, you will calculate the density of an aluminum cylinder. You will need to perform
several length and mass measurements.
Purpose
The goal is to measure the density of a solid cylinder by two methods,