QUANTITATIVE METHODS
Lecture 5
CH.12: DISPLAYING DISTRIBUTIONS WITH NUMBERS
Center and Spread measures
When describing data with graphs we are trying to determine if the data
tend to concentrate around a specific number (center) and how far away
from tha

QUANTITATIVE METHODS
Lecture 4
CH.11: DISPLAYING DISTRIBUTIONS WITH GRAPHS
Before the graphs
When data are quantitative we can group near-by values and present them
in the form of a frequency table, or we can leave them in raw form and
present them as a

QUANTITATIVE METHODS
Lecture 3
CH.8: MEASURING
In statistics we MEASURE a characteristic of individuals. It is important to
define:
Instrument: used to make a measurement. May have a choice of units
Variable: the results of the measurement give values t

QUANTITATIVE METHODS
Lecture 6
CH.13: NORMAL DISTRIBUTION
Density curve
A density curve is another kind of graph that describes distribution of
quantitative variables
It can be used instead of a histogram to picture the overall shape of
distribution
It

QUANTITATIVE METHODS
Lecture 7
CH.14:
DESCRIBING RELATIONSHIPS: SCATTERPLOTS
AND CORRELATION
In many cases two variables/characteristics of an individual can be related.
For example, the height and the weight of a person are positively related (on
average

LINEAR ALGEBRA
STUDY GUIDE FINAL
This is a general guideline, you are responsible for everything that was covered in class, the
assignments, the handouts, etc.
Linear Systems
Definitions (REF, RREF, homogenous systems, inconsistent systems, general
solut

SIMPLE RANDOM SAMPLES (SRS): How to collect an SRS?
To collect an SRS we need some device that assigns equal probability to any
individual on the population to be picked in the sample (e.g., write each
name of the individuals on a piece of paper and put a

SIMPLE RANDOM SAMPLES (SRS): How to collect an SRS?
To collect an SRS we need some device that assigns equal probability to any
individual on the population to be picked in the sample (e.g., write each
name of the individuals on a piece of paper and put a

SIMPLE RANDOM SAMPLES (SRS): How to collect an SRS?
To collect an SRS we need some device that assigns equal probability to any
individual on the population to be picked in the sample (e.g., write each
name of the individuals on a piece of paper and put a

Introduction to Financial accounting
Teacher Kimberly Ryan
Assignment #1
P1-2, P1-5,CP1-6,P2-3,P2-7
Student name: Andrei Gabriel Branzaru
Due date:16/09/13
P1-2 #1
BRIGITTE'S LAWN SERVICE
Income Statement
On the 3 Months Ended August 31, 2011
Service reve

Problems #2, 4, 6.
Hints:
#2 is a little bit like the related rates problems we've done, but uses the product rule instead of the chain rule. The "sides" of the right triangle mean its legs here.
In #4, identifying your three variables should be easy. In

QUANTITATIVE METHODS
ASSIGNMENT 1
This assignment is due Wednesday, February 20, in class. Late assignments
wont be accepted. You can work in groups of three people and submit only one
paper. Please write your answers in the space provided.
Name: _
ID: _

QUANTITATIVE METHODS
ASSIGNMENT 2
Suggested answers
1. Suppose that the Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) of students who drink five beers varies from student
to student according to a normal distribution with mean 0.07 and standard deviation 0.01.
a. What perc

warmup pushups
bench press12 rep up and down
superset
bent down pull wieght to stoamch up and down
weight lifting no back support then lift shoulders up
barbell curls without moving shuolder lift up
then do reps(sit behind something and put tension on you

There will be a quiz on Wednesday covering what we've done on trigonometric functions.
This includes:
- solving problems with triangles
- finding values using the unit circle
- using trigonometric identities
- graphing trig functions, especially by shift

FINAL EXAMINATION
Department of Mathematics
Calculus I (201-103-VA)
Instructors:
Mike Besner
Duration:
3 hours
Date:
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
weekend homework
Max Marks:
Section 2705
90
NAME:.
Student ID:.
Instructions
This exam consists of 9 pages in