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
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
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 que
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 o
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
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 que
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 o
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
Shift
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
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 recor
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.
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
PRECALCULUS
Name_
Limits Practice
Date_ Period_
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Evaluate each limit. Check your work using your graphing c
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,
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.
1.
2.
a.
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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 ind
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
P1: 1
ANS
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MHIA017-Rosen-v5.cls
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
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 t