My educational past has had its good and bad days. In early grades school was easy and school was enjoyable. Somewhere along the line I lost my talent and things went south quickly. For some reason I kept telling myself studying wasn’t necessary because of how well I did in
Elementary Statistics iLab Week 6 Statistical Concepts: * Data Simulation * Discrete Probability Distribution * Confidence Intervals Calculations for a set of variables Mean Median 3.2 3.5 4.5 5.0 3.7 4.0 3.7 3.0 3.1 3.5 3.6 3.5 3.1 3.0 3.6 3.0 3.8 4.0 2.6 2.0 4.3 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.3 3.5 4.1 4.5 4.2 5.0 2.9 2.5 3.5 4.0 3.7 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.3 4.0 Calculating Descriptive Statistics Descriptive Statistics: Mean, Median Variable N N* Mean SE Mean StDev Minimum Q1 Median Q3 Maximum Mean 20 0 3.560 0.106 0.476 2.600 3.225 3.550 3.775 4.500 Median 20 0 3.600 0.169 0.754 2.000 3.000 3.500 4.000 5.000 Calculating Confidence Intervals for The mean for the column “mean” is 3.56. It is very close to the parameter of interest but is not equal to it. You can calculate a confidence interval for the mean of the mean column, but a specific confidence interval would need to be provided. In that case, the confidence interval would be centered on 3.56, not 3.5.
Current Location MAT540046VA016-1132-001 Quantitative Methods Review Test Submission: Midterm Exam Menu Management Options Expand All Collapse All MAT540046VA016-1132-001 (Quantitative Methods) Course Home Student Center Announcements Email Gradebook Class Introductions Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Review Test Submission: Midterm Exam Content User | | Course | Quantitative Methods | Test | Midterm Exam | Started | 2/9/13 10:35 PM | Submitted | 2/11/13 5:07 PM | Status | Completed | Score | 150 out of 200 points | Time Elapsed | No data | Instructions | | Question 1 5 out of 5 points | | | Deterministic techniques assume that no uncertainty exists in model The average number of breakdowns from the simulation trials was 1.93 with a standard deviation of 0.20. No. of breakdowns per week
Common Core Math Imagine being given a math problem, such as, 7+7. Most people would do simple mental math to get the answer fourteen. But in American education millions of kids are forced to solve these problems with a concept called “number bonds,” and being restricted to one way of solving
Journal # 3 6/11 In high school, I struggled with both math and physics. Between the two, physics was more challenging for me than math. When my father realized I was failing both subjects (with flying colors) he immediately hired a tutor for me. Prior to getting help, I spent a lot of time in circles trying to figure out one question after another. For some reason I could not get the hang of physics. I started to feel embarrassed about not know how to solve my math and physics problems when I realized that one of my closest girlfriend was doing well in both subjects. After taking a quiz, I would hide my grade from my classmates because I was so embarrassed about it. When my father received my first quarter report card he was very disappointed
Haylee Feist Ever since I was little, starting in first or second grade, I was classified as something other than average. A “special” teacher came and took me from my classes once a week, along with some other kids, and here
Before the 6th grade, I really enjoyed math and I believed I was even good at it. Then to add to my excitement about math, I made a perfect score on my 6th grade Taks test. However, the next year (my 7th grade year) my teacher was a new teacher and you could tell she was struggling. She was a very nice teacher, and I loved her so much, I just struggled to understand what she was teaching. The next year, I transferred to a new school. Here, the teachers were not certified but they tried to help with everything they possibly could; however, their ability to help us was pretty limited. At my new school, we did all of our work on computers for half of the day and attended college classes at Panola and TSTC the rest of day. While I truly loved this
A: False A table of random numbers must be normally distributed and efficiently generated A: False Simulation results will always equal analytical results if 30 trials of the simulation have been conducted.
Math has never been difficult for me. I think math has always been one of my strongest subjects. I think this because when I was younger I spoke Spanish first and then my parents put me in an all English speaking school and the only thing that didn't change for
such a bad situation right? when you don't know how to understand Math's solution. Even my mom she didn't understand why on earth I didn't understand these super easy solution then I ask teacher for helping me about this, She told me that "I HAVE TO MORE CONCENTRATE ON THIS SUBJECT". Everyone knows If we've got problem in which subjects we have to be more ambitious and study harder (But I can't)
For the past three years of my high school career, and now my fourth, I have made it an obligation to continually expand my horizons in regards to math; when I cannot fully grasp an idea or concept, rather than giving up, I relentlessly pursue the idea until it is understood. During freshman year, math did not come easily to me. I was forced to go in early some days because, simply, I did not comprehend the concepts. However, taking initiative with my school work, and constantly working through problems that were difficult can be deemed one of the best decisions I have made. Although my final grade may not have been an
Math for me has always been difficult. I did struggle in middle school, I had both just a math class and an algebra class and I hated both classes. Algebra was what I struggled with the most, a had an F in that class and I don't remember if I ever brought that grade up. In the past, when I struggled on a problem I felt stupid. I didn't understand anything meanwhile, all my classmates were halfway done. If I were struggling on a difficult problem I would usually just give up and ask someone for the answers and I would just copy down their work. I would struggle for about half the class time until I just decided to give up.
1. Discuss the subjects in which you excel or have excelled. To what factors do you attribute your success? Use specific examples to illustrate how you succeed. Being the oldest of four children, it was always hard me to learn things fast. My parents weren’t able to help me with schoolwork
Equalizer: More structured to more open because student that are gifted or have more of a understanding of word problem will be able to fill in their own matrix and provide their own suggestion in order to create a word problem. The student that need more support will work in groups to provide suggestion to the teacher, then teacher will guide the student on which components they are choosing in correspondence to the number they roll with the dice.