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- Course Code: MATH121
- Course Title: discrete mathematics
- Referencing Styles : Open

Question 1:1. Fill in the blanks to rewrite the following statement: For all objects Q, if Q is a quadrilateral then Q has four sides. (a) All quadrilaterals ______________________________________. (b) Every quadrilateral_____________________________________. (c) If an object is a quadrilateral, then it___________________________. (d) If Q is a quadrilateral, then Q__________________________. (e) For all quadrilaterals Q,________________...

- Course Code: MATH70095
- Course Title: Multivariate Statistical Methods
- Referencing Styles : Open

Task Q1) For the following matrices, Calculate all eigenvalues and eigenvectors; Find the geometric and algebraic multiplicities of each eigenvalue, and use these to establish whether the matrix can be diagonalised; If it exists, state the diagonalisation of the matrix; Provide a geometric interpretation of the linear transformation(s) represented by the matrix. For part (b), you should consider all possible matrices for a, b &isi...

- Course Code: CM1020
- Course Title: discrete mathematics- materials generated
- Referencing Styles : Not Selected

Task: Using materials generated by the project classes and through your independent study, populate a portfolio of evidence of your learning and development during the module. Write a 500 word reflective summary to explain how and why these materials have supported the development of your employability. This assignment requires you to Create a portfolio as below: 1. Create a minimum of 10 artefacts. (The individual artefacts and project mater...

- Course Code: MGF 1106
- Course Title: Liberal Arts Mathematics
- Referencing Styles : Open

Task Short Answer. Answer the indicated question. Given a group of students: G = {Allen, Brenda, Chad, Dorothy, Eric} or G = {A, B, C, D, E}, list and count the different ways of choosing the following officers or representatives for student congress. Assume that no one can hold more than one office. 1) Three representatives, if two must be male and one must be female. Use a tree diagram showing all possible results when...

- Course Code: MX3020
- Course Title: group theory
- Referencing Styles : Not Selected

Question 1: PermutationsDeadline for submission is 4pm Friday October 29th, 2021. Assignments should be submitted via MyAberdeen. Justify your answers. 1. (a) Let α: {1, . . . , 9} → {1, . . . , 9} be the permutation defifined by Write it as a product of disjoint cycles. [4 marks] (b) Let τ = (4 11 2 13)(1 7 9 3 10 15)(8 5 6 12) be a permutation in S15. Compute τ 16 . [4 marks] (c) Find a permutation α such that...

- Course Code: MATH22558
- Course Title: integral calculus
- Referencing Styles : APA

First Order Linear Differential EquationsThe purpose of this project is to provide an opportunity to explore a topic in integral calculus or one of its applications in engineering science. Besides your project report, the final submission for the project also involves solving a set of three problems related to the topic you have explored in the body of your project. These problems, which are from your course textbook, are assigned to you by yo...

- Course Code: PHIL120
- Course Title: Introduction to Philosophy
- Referencing Styles : Not Selected

Task(Fill in the blanks) The symbol called the ________ is used in derivations to explicitly indicate that a ________ has been derived. 1. (Pick one) How many lines should be cited for an application of⊥I? a. one b. two c. three 2. How many lines should be cited for an application of¬I? a. one b. two c. three 3. Can negation introduction (¬I) be used to derive any type of formula other than a n...

- Course Code: MS327
- Course Title: deterministic and stochastic dynamics
- Referencing Styles : Open

Assessment InformationYou will find information about TMAs in the â€˜Assessmentâ€™ area of the website. Please read that information before beginning work on this TMA. The marks allocated to each part of each question are indicated in brackets in the margin. You may use Maxima to check answers, but it should not be used otherwise to answer TMA questions except where explicitly indicated. TMA answers must show...

- Course Code: FM5001
- Course Title: probababilty and random var
- Referencing Styles : APA

Problem 1 - Types of Exams and First Question Difficulty Probability1. A professor gives only two types of exams, â€œeasyâ€ and â€œchallengingâ€. The probability of a challenging exam is 0.80. The probability that the first question on the exam will be difficult is 0.90 if the exam is challenging and is 0.15 if it is easy.a. What is the probability that the first question on you...

- Course Code: MAE598
- Course Title: advanced computational mechanics
- Referencing Styles : Not Selected

Proving Exponential Convergence with Chebyshev Methods 1. Prove that Chebyshev methods have exponential convergence rate for smooth functions (you can follow the lecture notes at the end of Lecture 18, but please, make sure that you understand all the steps). 2. Here you will work with the following functions:(a) f (x) = x e−x, −1 ≤ x ≤ 1.(b) f (x) = sin (π x), −1 ≤ x ≤ 1.(c) f (x) = { 1 + x −1 ≤ x &...

- Course Code: MATH440
- Course Title: stochastic processes
- Referencing Styles : APA

Course DescriptionCourse Description:The goal of this course is to teach students statistical and stochastic concepts, methods and models throughexamples, help students relate stochastic models to real life problems, and also encourage students to develop critical thinking skills that will allow them to realize greater success as mathematics major. Course Scope:This course introduces probabilistic methods for analyzing random processes that...

- Course Code: MU123
- Course Title: Discovering Mathematics
- Referencing Styles : Not Selected

Instructions for completing TMAs and math questionsSubmission instructionsYou will find instructions for completing TMAs in the ‘Assessment’ area of the MU123 website. Please read these instructions before beginning work on this TMA.Reviewing your tutor’s comments on your previous TMA will help you as you work on this one. Special instructionsRemember that you need to explain your reasoning and communicate your ideas clearly...

- Course Code: EGR1010
- Course Title: engineering mathematics
- Referencing Styles : Not Selected

Question: The topic will be abstract linear algebra, real analysis, Kalman filter\'s and numerical analysis. I will send pdf on the exam date. Exam Date : 16 December 2021 12:00 PM Subject : Engineering Mathematics Exam Duration : 3 hour No Of Question : 10 Type Of Question : analysis No of Attempts : 1 University Url : www.google.com University Username : as University Password : as X = P(t) = {set of polynomials with real coecients}....

- Course Code: MA306
- Course Title: Combinatorial Optimisation
- Referencing Styles : Not Selected

Questions: 1.Formulate, but do not solve, the following mathematical problems: i) A courier traveling to Europe can carry up to 60 kilograms of a commodity. Each kilogram of such commodity can be sold for £35. The round trip air fare is £450 andincludes a checked and a carry-on luggage of up to 25 kilograms (combined), any kilogram in excess will cost £6 each. Ignore possible profits on the return trip, and formula...

- Course Code: CMDA3605
- Course Title: mathematical modeling
- Referencing Styles : Not Selected

Problem 1: Web network ranking using Google PageRank algorithmI need the answers generated for this HW in a latex file so I will need the original .tex file and the pdf. It involves the use of MATLAB and code needs to be included in the report. For reference purposes, I have attached a previous HW and HW submission report. A lot of MATLAB files need to be used for this assignment therefore they are attached too. 1. (25 pts) (Modified from L...

- Course Code: MAT137Y1
- Course Title: calculus with proofs
- Referencing Styles : Not Selected

InstructionsThis problem set is based on Unit 3 and 4: Derivatives and Transcendental functions. Please read the Problem Set FAQ for details on submission policies, collaboration rules, and general instructions. Remember 1. Submissions are only accepted by Gradescope. Do not send anything by email. Late submissionsare not accepted under any circumstance. Remember you can resubmit anytime before the deadline. 2. Submit your polished solut...

- Course Code: MX3536
- Course Title: differential equations
- Referencing Styles : Not Selected

Question1.(a) Find characteristics for the PDE describing u(t, x) for t ? R and x ? R Hence find the general solution.(b) Find the solution that satisfies the initial conditions Ã¯Â¿Â½ Ã¯Â¿Â½Ã¯Â¿Â½ 2. Consider the following equation for u(x,y) Ã¯Â¿Â½ (a) Assuming x 6=0classify this equ...

- Course Code: MATH232
- Course Title: integral calculus
- Referencing Styles : Open

1. Express the sum 22 + 33 + 44 + 55 + Â·Â·Â· + 2121 using the sigma notation. Â 2. Develop and evaluate 3.You must use the properties of the sigma notation. Â 4. Evaluate (k + 3). You must use the properties of the sigma notation. Â 5.Knowing that. Evaluate . 6. For which integer and positive value of not do we have that k = 105? Â 7.Julie estimat...

- Course Code: BA3020QA
- Course Title: using and managing data
- Referencing Styles : Harvard

Use Excel to perform the following calculations. For each case you should present the calculations and explain how you would use Excel as a basic calculator to perform the calculations and show the formulae you have used. (1 decimal place) a. 21.2 -16.8 x 0.17 b. 5.48 + 9.8 x 1.9 /√27 c. (869 – 173 / 4) ÷ 68 / √83 d. (2864 – (163 x 36)/32) ÷ √2568 − 121/4 x √630 − 5(89) e. (34.78 &ndas...

- Course Code: MTH100A
- Course Title: mathematics for information technology
- Referencing Styles : APA

InstructionsThere are 30 questions in total, make sure you attempt all and number them correctly on this document and in your working notes. Total = 100 Marks 1. Suppose p is true, q is true, s is false. Find the truth value of (~s?p) ?Â (q?~s) (4 MARKS) 2. Suppose p is false, s is false, r is true. Find the truth value of ~[(s?p) ?Â ~r] (4 MARKS) 3. Suppose p is false, q is true, s is true. Find the truth value of...

- Course Code: ECE131A
- Course Title: matlab project
- Referencing Styles : Not Selected

Part 1 - Tossing Fair and Unfair Dice1. (25 pts) Tossing a fair and unfair die. Suppose you have a 5-sided die, with sides numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. (a) Write a MATLAB program to simulate the tossing of a 5-sided fair die (i.e., all sides are equally likely), for t =10, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 tosses. Based on the simulation, what is the estimated probability of obtaining an odd number? (b) Suppose X is a random variable denoting the outcome o...

- Course Code: PHIL1145
- Course Title: critical thinking and problem solving
- Referencing Styles : APA

Identifying Indicator Words Context: you are thinking about getting a pet and have asked a friend whether you should get a cat or a pet rock. “Wow, that’s a weird question, but here goes. Rocks do not make good pets because they lack an emotional life. Besides, rocks do not have a heartbeat.” 1) underline indicator words, 2) label premises and conclusions, 3) identify any noise, 4) identify any hidden premi...

- Course Code: MATH440
- Course Title: stochastic processes
- Referencing Styles : APA

DescriptionCourse Description: The goal of this course is to teach students statistical and stochastic concepts, methods and models through examples, help students relate stochastic models to real life problems, and also encourage students to develop critical thinking skills that will allow them to realize greater success as mathematics major This course introduces probabilistic methods for analyzing random processes that allows students t...

- Course Code: MATH431
- Referencing Styles : APA

Questions: Analyze linear regression models to determine the nature of the relationship between sets of predictor variables and a particular response variable. Apply logistic regression, Poisson regression, and general linear regression models as nonlinear regression models when response outcomes are discrete and error terms are not normally distributed. At a minimum, your summary should include: What was learned during the weeks seven and eight...

- Course Code: CS 201
- Course Title: introduction to digital systems
- Referencing Styles : Open

Boolean Functions Simplificationin PDF. Be sure to follow all assignment expectations. Show your work in detail, and explain your process / reasoning. It is likely you will be able to find solutions for these questions online. Any similarity to online solutions, or other student solutions (current or past) will be identified and reported. Question 1: Simplify the following expressions to the given criteria (a) G(A,B,C) = (((A+C)B')+A')' to fewes...