Probability Properties of probabilities 0 ≤ p(A) ≤ 1 0 = never happens 1 = always happens A priori definition p(A) = number of events classifiable as A total number of classifiable events A posteriori definition p(A) = number of times A occurred total number of occurrences So:

ByNUMBERS IN ASTRONOMY See Appendix 4 & 5 Some numbers are very small E.g. Diameter of Hydrogen Atom is about 0.00000001 cm .0000000000001 cm Proton Electron .00000001 cm Hydrogen Atom NUMBERS in ASTRONOMY NUMBERS in ASTRONOMY Some numbers are very small Other numbers are very large

ByIntroduction to CMOS VLSI Design Lecture 12: Datapath Functional Units. David Harris Harvey Mudd College Spring 2004. Outline. Comparators Shifters Multi-input Adders Multipliers. Comparators. 0’s detector: A = 00…000 1’s detector: A = 11…111 Equality comparator: A = B

ByEGR 106 – Week 4 – Math on Arrays. Linear algebraic operations: Multiplication Division Row/column based operations Rest of chapter 3. Array Multiplication (Linear Algebra). In linear algebra, the matrix expression F = A * B means

ByIntroduction to Programming and VBScript. Data and Information. Data are raw facts Examples of data include transactions, dates, amounts, etc. Information are data that have been processed into a usable form Information includes tables, documents, charts, etc.

ByComputer Graphics Conceptual Model API Output Devices Application Model Graphics System Application Program Input Devices Function Calls or Protocol Data Modeling in Three Dimensions Two Approaches Constructive Solid Geometry (CSG)

ByLattice Method. of Multiplication. 286 X 34. 1. Create a grid. Write one factor along the top, one digit per cell. Write the other factor along the outer right side, one digit per cell. 2. 8. 6. 1. 0. 2. Draw diagonals across the cells. 2. 0. 3. 6.

BySignificant Figures. Physical Science. What is a significant figure?. There are 2 kinds of numbers: Exact: the amount of money in your account. Known with certainty. What is a significant figure?. Approximate: weight, height—anything MEASURED. No measurement is perfect.

ByMultiplication. LI: To be able to write number sentences to describe an array. I have 12 counters. . How could I arrange them into equal rows?. What number sentences could you write to go with this array?. 2 x 6 = 12. 6 x 2 = 12. 6 + 6 = 12. 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 = 12.

ByMultiplying Decimals. Lesson 1-7. To Multiply:. You do not line up the factors by the decimal. Instead, place the number with more digits on top. Line up the other number underneath, at the right. Multiply Count the number of decimal places (from the right) in each factor.

ByBinary Multiplication. Binary Multiplication. Any multiplication can be re-expressed as a series of additions. For example, 7 * 3 (seven times three) is simply the sum of 3 sevens. 7 * 3 = 7 + 7 + 7 Since we already know how to perform addition, binary multiplication becomes easy.

BySignificant Figures. Physical Science. What is a significant figure?. There are 2 kinds of numbers: Exact: the amount of money in your account. Known with certainty. What is a significant figure?. Approximate: weight, height—anything MEASURED. No measurement is perfect.

ByChap. 8 Datapath Units: Multiplier Design. Prof. An-Yeu Wu Undergraduate VLSI Design Course Updated: June 12, 2002. Several Implementations of Multipliers. Array Multiplier 2’s Complement Array Multiplier Serial Multiplier CSD Code String-encoding Multiplier

By2. Using C++ Arithmetic Operators and Control Structures. Object-Oriented Programming Using C++ Second Edition. 2. Objectives. In this chapter, you will learn: About C++ arithmetic operators About shortcut arithmetic operators How to evaluate boolean expressions

ByFour Rules of Maths. In seven stages. Four Rules. Addition Subtraction Multiplication division. Addition Stage 1 (Reception). Practical activities and discussions Finding one more than a number from 1 to 10 Using vocabulary associated with addition. Addition Stage 2 (Year 1).

Bydots. 2 × TABLES. MULTIPLICATION. 10. dots. 2 × TABLES. MULTIPLICATION. dots. 2 × TABLES. MULTIPLICATION. 8. dots. 2 × TABLES. MULTIPLICATION. dots. 2 × TABLES. MULTIPLICATION. 16. dots. 2 × TABLES. MULTIPLICATION. dots. 2 × TABLES. MULTIPLICATION. 20. dots. 2 × TABLES.

BySignificant Figures. What is a significant figure?. The precision of measurements are indicated based on the number of digits reported. Significant figures are the digits that are reported Approximate: weight, height—anything MEASURED; no measurement is perfect.

ByDiscussion Time. Chapter 28 : Complex Numbers Page: 577. Question posed:. Work with a classmate to answer the following questions Let = 6 + 2 . Find the value of , , and . 2. Plot , , , and on an Argand diagram.

ByLongfield Primary School. Maths Workshop for Year 2 Parents and Carers 26 January 2015 Mrs Claire Searle – Maths Leader. Multiplication and Division. What do you understand by: Multiplication? Division? What vocabulary can you think of that applies to each of them?

ByVectors. Scalars and Vectors Vector Components and Arithmetic Vectors in 3 Dimensions Unit vectors i , j , k. Serway and Jewett Chapter 3. Physical quantities are classified as scalars, vectors, etc. Scalar : described by a real number with units

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