Study Guide-Exam 3
MAT 135
Chapters 14
Expected value and standard deviation of the discrete random variables
Binomial probability model
Shifting and scaling of a random variable
Combining random variables
Combining normal model
1. Find the expected
Study Guide Final Exam
MAT 135, fall 2015
1. Worksheet from Chapters 5, 7 and Chapters 14 to 19 (I strongly encourage
everyone to go thoroughly on each question from these worksheets making sure
that you completely understand the problems and build your c
Study Guide-Exam 2
Intro Stat-Spring 2016
MAT 135
Chapter 6
1. Interpreting Scatter plot. Use the scatter plot below, between speed and largest drop of
the roller coasters, to answer the following questions.
a. Describe the scatter plot between speed and
Study Guide-Exam 1
MAT 135
.
Chapter 1
For the following description of data, identify who and what was measured and when, and
why, it was measured. Then specify whether each variable is categorical or quantitative.
1. Because of the difficulty of weighin
Study Guide Final Exam
MAT 135, fall 2015
1. Worksheet from Chapters 5, 7 and Chapters 14 to 19 (I strongly encourage
everyone to go thoroughly on each question from these worksheets making sure
that you completely understand the problems and build your c
Study Guide-Exam 2
Intro Stat-Spring 2016
MAT 135
Chapter 6
1. Interpreting Scatter plot. Use the scatter plot below, between speed and largest drop of
the roller coasters, to answer the following questions.
a. Describe the scatter plot between speed and
In-Class Worksheet: Chapter 1
MAT 135
For the following description of the data (problems 1 and 2 below), identify Ws, name the
variables, specify for each as categorical or quantitative.
1. Because of the difficulty of weighing a shark off the coast, res
Study Guide-Exam 3
MAT 135
Spring 2016,
Chapters 14 : You should be able to do the following.
Expected value and standard deviation of the discrete random variables
Binomial probability model
Shifting and scaling of a random variable
Combining random
In-Class Worksheet: Chapter 2
MAT 135
1. The table below gives the number of passenger car occupants killed in accidents in 2009
by car type.
Subcompact and Mini
Compact
Intermediate
Full
Unknown
1545
4128
4393
2849
180
Based on the table above, answer th
Name:
Due on 3/15/16 before class begins (show work for full credit)
Adults and high school students were asked four trivia questions. The number of correct answers
given by each participant was recorded. Below is a table showing the results. Answer the
f
Calculus 1
Chapter 2 Practice Test
Instructor: T. Hartman
Circle the letter of the correct choice. Work problems in the space provided.
1. Complete the table and use the result to estimate the limit.
x + 12
lim 2
x 12 x + 27 x + 180
x
f(x)
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
Math 19: Calculus
Summer 2010
Practice Problems on Limits and Continuity
1 A tank contains 10 liters of pure water. Salt water containing 20 grams of salt per liter
is pumped into the tank at 2 liters per minute.
1. Express the salt concentration C (t) af
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Evaluate each limit. Check your work using your graphing calculator.
1) lim ( x 2)
2) lim s
3) lim 2t
4) lim (s +
More Practice, Take Home Practice Test, Calculus Concepts: Limits and Derivatives
Name_
May 13, 2015
Open Ended. Show all work. Circle your final answer.
Decide whether the limit exists. If it exists, find its value.
1) lim f(x) and lim f(x)
x 0x 0+
2) li
Honors Pre-Calculus
Limits Worksheet #5
Name_
May 2014
Use the graph to estimate the limits and function values, or explain why the limits do not exist or the function values
are undefined.
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Suggested Practice Problems
Math 229, Calculus I
Evaluate the following limits
1. lim
x1
3+x2
x1
(a) Try plugging in x = 1 to see what happens.
lim
x1
3+x2
=
x1
0
3+12
=
11
0
(b) This is called an indeterminate. It means we cant get the value by just plug
Suggested Practice Problems
Math 229, Calculus I
Evaluate the following limits
x2 4x
x4 x2 3x 4
1. lim
(a) Try plugging in x = 4 to see what happens.
x2 4x
(4)2 4(4)
0
=
=
x4 x2 3x 4
(4)2 3(4) 4
0
lim
(b) This is called an indeterminate. It means we cant
P1: 1
ANS
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May 13, 2011
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Answers to Odd-Numbered Exercises
CHAPTER 1
Section 1.1
1. a) Yes, T b) Yes, F c) Yes, T d) Yes, F e) No f) No
3. a) Mei does not have an MP3 player. b) There is pollution
in New Jersey. c) 2 +
22C:19 Discrete Math
Fall 2009
Hantao Zhang
So. What is it?
Discrete mathematics is the study of
mathematical structures that are fundamentally
discrete, in the sense of not supporting or
requiring the notion of continuity (wikipedia)
In other words, de