The Executive Bureaucracy
The bureaucracy is unpopular.
The bureaucracy is the organization through which authoritative decisions of the
government are implemented.
Bureaucracy: the complex structure of offices, tasks, rules, and principles of organizatio
Section 1.1
What is a function?
Example 1) Discrete
Table 1.1 Daily low temperature in International Falls, Minnesota,
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Quiz 1, Math 119, Summer I, IUPUI Name: . . University ID:
Section 1.4
Cost, Revenue, and Prot function.
Linear model for cost function:
C(51) =£i+gq
Where CO is called the xed or initial cost where must be paid
before producing any good, and m is cal
Math M119 Algebra Practice Questions
1
1. Write each expression as a power of x:
a.
b.
2. Find (9) if () =
2
3
3. Find (4) if
a.
5
c.
3
2
() =
1
2
1
2
1
3
d. 2
3
b. () = 3 2
4. Find (1) if () = 5 3
5. Given () = 35 and () = 700 + 15, write and simp
Chapter 2 Rate of Change: The Derivative
In this chapter we investigate the instantaneous rate of change of a
function at a point. This leads us to the concept of the derivative.
2.1 Instantaneous Rate of Change
This graph is the old stuff- average rate o
Practice Test #4
M118
1
Use Elimination to solve for x and y.
a.
2.
x 5y 4
b.
2x 2 y 5
x 2 y 5
5 x 10 y 25
Let A, B and C be the following matrices.
1
A 2 ,
1
2 0 2
B
1 2 3 ,
and
2 3 1
C
5 6 3
State which of the operations is possible. If an op
Chapter 6
Linear Systems of Equations and Matrices
Section 6.3
What is a Matrix?
A matrix is a rectangular array of real numbers having m rows and n columns. We say the dimension
of the matrix is m x n.
a11
a
21
a m1
Note: In the matrix above, the not
Chapter 9
Markov Chains
In this section, we will use a mathematical model that combines probability and matrices to
analyze and study experiments or processes, called stochastic processes, for which outcomes
depend on previous outcomes. Under certain cond
C: ANSWERS TO SELECTED PROBLEMS
Chapter 7.1, Systems of Linear Inequalities
1.
It is not a solution.
3.
Draw a dashed line, slope 2, containing (0,0) and shade the half-plane on right side of line.
5.
Draw a solid line, intercepts (0,5) and (2,0), and sha
Chapter 7
Linear Programming
You are taking an algebra test in which solving equations (questions of type A) are worth 10
points and story problems (questions of type B) are worth 15 points. It takes 3 minutes for each
question of type A and 6 minutes for
Exam #lB Name
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a. List the elements in A' n 3'
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b. List the elements in B A
92!
6. Evaluate 90!. Giveanumerical answer.
2_(2) 7. Shade the portion of the Venn Diagram corresponding to the set: (3 U A)
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venn diagram (2)
8.
C: ANSWERS TO SELECTED PROBLEMS
Chapter 6.1, Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables
1.
Yes, it is a solution.
3.
(3,2).
5.
No solutions, inconsistent, independent.
7.
( 4 , 14 ).
3 3
9.
11.
( 1 , 1 ).
(0,0).
3 2
13.
No, it is not a solution.
15.
No
Summary of Chapter 3 Concepts
Section
3.1
3.2
3.3
Method
F.C.P.
Permutations
Combinations
Repetition?
Order?
Examples
Order of
selection
matters
License plates, zip-codes,
phone numbers, SS#s,
passwords, seating people
in a row, answer sheets for a test,
Test #2 Review
Chapter 4
1. Given events A and B, with Pr(A) = 0.20 and Pr(B) = 0.60, nd
a. Pr(A U B) if A and B are independent. b. Pr(A (W B) if A and B are disjoint.
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c. Pr(A F) B) if A and B are independent. d. Pr(A U B)