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    • BSc, University of California, Los Angeles, 2002
    • MSc, University of California, Los Angeles, 2003

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    Probability: Analysis of Variance

    How would you explain the analysis of variance, assuming that your audience has not had a statistics class before?

    Mathematics / Probability » 591740

    Exponential Function V(t)

    A fax machine is purchased for $5,800. Its value each year is about 80% of the value of the preceding year. So after t years the value, in dollars, of the fax machine, V(t), is given by the exponential function

    V(t) = 5800 (0.8)t.

    a. Give a sketch of the graph of the function V(t). Your READ MORE »

    Mathematics / Calculus and Analysis / Functional Analysis » 585803

    Region Infected by Parasite Exponential Decay Functions

    Question 1

    The population of honey bees in a region is infected by a parasite that kills off bees, so that the number of bees decreases with time. Numbers of bees are usually measured by the number of 'colonies' (groups of bees living
    together) since it is very difficult to measure the e READ MORE »

    Mathematics / Algebra / Linear Algebra » 627357

    Need Assistance Understanding Taylor and Maclaurin Series

    Hello,

    I am in a fast-paced Calculus course where I must learn new concepts each week; I find it challenging to grasp the concepts while remaining on-pace and I am experiencing great difficulty. I have a few weeks before my semester is over, and thankfully, I have a passing grade.

    I am really READ MORE »

    Mathematics / Calculus and Analysis / Functional Analysis » 626920

    The Slope of the Line: Parallel and Perpendicular

    As I have learned about parallel and perpendicular slopes, the slope is m=rise/run. Completely understand the perpendicular with a 90 degree offset. Can someone explain, why the rise/run is the same anywhere on the straight line? Is there a mathematical argument for this? If so/not then can someone READ MORE »

    Mathematics / Algebra / Basic Algebra » 571709
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