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HW10sols
School: Stony Brook University
Course: MAT 200
Solutions to HW10 Spring 2010 1. Prove, for positive integers n, that 7 divides 6n + 1 if and only if n is odd. Proof. This follows using the binomial theorem for (7 − 1)n and congruences mod 7: 6n +1=(7 − 1)n +1= n ∑ k=0 (n k ) (−1)k7n−...

Assignment 1 Solution
School: University Of Waterloo
Course: MATH 239
MATH 239 Fall 2007 Assignment 1 Solutions 1. Give two proofs, one combinatorial and one using the binomial theorem, of 3n = n ∑ k=0 (n k ) 2k . As a hint for the combinatorial proof, consider the strings of length n in which each term is one of ...

week4lab
School: DeVry University, Ft. Washington
Course: ACC Math 221
... 82%. 6. What is the probability that a cereal would be high calorie, given that is is low fiber? In other words, what is P(high calorie, given low fiber)? 36%. 7. Regarding Questions 5 and 6, how might you interpret this information as a consu...

math 311w midterm1
School: Pennsylvania State University
Course: MATH 311W
... 1. Formulate binomial theorem. Right the formula for (x+y)n and formula for the binomial coefficients. 2. For two positive integer numbers n, m define gcd(n, m) and prove that it exists. You can not use prime number factorization, you can use ...
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MATH1012LectureTutorialNotesAnswers
School: The Hong Kong University Of Science And Technology
Course: MATH 1012
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تمارين للمراجعه النهائية
School: Saudi Electronic University
Course: MATH 150
Remarks: read p415 binomial coefficient and identities carefully. (Binomial Theorem) is very important and all section 6.4. Concentrate on: ...

S4 Past Paper M2 Ch3
School: Math Science & Technology High School
Course: MATH 3
19902010 CE A.Math Questions P.1 of 3 S4 M2 Chapter 3: Binomial Theorem [10 Q5] The sum of the coefficients ...

Paper5
School: Stony Brook University
Course: MAT 132
... DUE IN RECITATION ON 4/30 OR 5/1 Problem 1. We will prove the Generalized Binomial Theorem; that is, for any k and for x < 1 (1 + x)k =1+ kx + ··· + k(k − 1) ··· (k − (n − 1)) n! xn + ··· = n=0 (k n ) xn. ...

Generalized Binomial Theory
School: University Of Toronto, Scarborough
Course: MAT 132
... DUE IN RECITATION ON 4/30 OR 5/1 Problem 1. We will prove the Generalized Binomial Theorem; that is, for any k and for x < 1 (1 + x)k =1+ kx + ··· + k(k − 1) ··· (k − (n − 1)) n! xn + ··· = n=0 (k n ) xn. ...
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Assignment_J
School: Ave Maria University
Course: STATISTCS 103
Q44. The manufacturer of an MP3 player wanted to know whether a 10 percent reduction in price is enough to increase the sales of its product. To investigate, the owner randomly selected eight ...

wksheet4_binomial_solns
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 10B
... 1. (a) Determine the coefficient of x3y4 in (3x − y)7. Answer: By the binomial theorem, the term we care about is (7 4 )(3x)3(−y) 4 = 7! 4!3! · 33 · (−1)4 · x3y4. ... Answer: By the binomial theorem, the term we care about is (10 2 )(...

sm127sol10
School: Carnegie Mellon University
Course: MATH 21127
... Since 372 = 1369 = 1370 − 1, by the Binomial Theorem we have that 371992 = 1369996 = (1370 − 1)996 = 1370996 + (996 1 ) 1370995(−1)+ + (996 2 ) 1370994(−1)2 + (996 3 ) 1370993(− 1)3 + ... + 996 995 ) 1370(−1)995 + (−1)996. ...

Ch4 HW2 Ans pg5
School: University Of California, Irvine
Course: MATH 130A
We consider the sum C k=0 (nk)pk (1  p) nkxk. By the binomial theorem we have ... Exercise 15 : (a) We use the binomial theorem to get (p + q) n = n C k=0 (nk)pkqnk and (q  p)n = n C k=0 (1) k(nk)pkqnk. Thus we get ...
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Lab 10 Examples
School: ITT Technical Institute Norwood Campus, Norwood OH
Course: MA 1310
MA1310. Week 10. Lab 10.1: Binomial Theorem, Counting Principle, Permutations, Combinations and Probability. Readings: Pages 1012  1049. Define Binomial Coefficient. Give an example. ...
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HW10sols
School: Stony Brook University
Course: MAT 200
Solutions to HW10 Spring 2010 1. Prove, for positive integers n, that 7 divides 6n + 1 if and only if n is odd. Proof. This follows using the binomial theorem for (7 − 1)n and congruences mod 7: 6n +1=(7 − 1)n +1= n ∑ k=0 (n k ) (−1)k7n−...

Assignment 1 Solution
School: University Of Waterloo
Course: MATH 239
MATH 239 Fall 2007 Assignment 1 Solutions 1. Give two proofs, one combinatorial and one using the binomial theorem, of 3n = n ∑ k=0 (n k ) 2k . As a hint for the combinatorial proof, consider the strings of length n in which each term is one of ...

week4lab
School: DeVry University, Ft. Washington
Course: ACC Math 221
... 82%. 6. What is the probability that a cereal would be high calorie, given that is is low fiber? In other words, what is P(high calorie, given low fiber)? 36%. 7. Regarding Questions 5 and 6, how might you interpret this information as a consu...

math 311w midterm1
School: Pennsylvania State University
Course: MATH 311W
... 1. Formulate binomial theorem. Right the formula for (x+y)n and formula for the binomial coefficients. 2. For two positive integer numbers n, m define gcd(n, m) and prove that it exists. You can not use prime number factorization, you can use ...
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Group_A
School: Ave Maria University
Course: STATISTCS 103
... Do not reject H 0 since the pvalue is greater than α. Do not reject H 0 since the pvalue is smaller than α. Question # 24. ssume that X is a binomial random variable with n = 10 and p = 0.70. Calculate the following probabilities. ...

Group_B
School: Ave Maria University
Course: STATISTCS 103
... P(X=4)+P(X=5) = 0.21+0.26 = 0.47. Probability, Ch. 4 Q 8. Assume that X is a binomial random variable with n = 27 and p = 0.92. Calculate the following probabilities. (Round your intermediate and final answers to 4 decimal places.) ...

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School: Rutgers University
Course: PRECALC 111
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Graphing a Polynomial Function
School: Rutgers University
Course: PRECALC 111
Graphing a Polynomial Function 1.Use the Leading Coefficient Test to determine the graph's end behavior 2.Find ...