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Chapter 5 Properties of Whole Numbers

Chapter 5 Properties of Whole Numbers

Chapter 5 Properties of Whole Numbers. Some preliminary definitions. If we have whole numbers a , b , and c such that a × b = c then we say that a divides c or a is a factor of c or a is a divisor of c and c is a multiple of a or c is divisible by a

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13.1 Antiderivatives and Indefinite Integrals

13.1 Antiderivatives and Indefinite Integrals

13.1 Antiderivatives and Indefinite Integrals. The Antiderivative. The reverse operation of finding a derivative is called the antiderivative. A function F is an antiderivative of a function f if F ’( x ) = f ( x ). Find the antiderivative of f(x) = 5

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Section 2.4 The Angles of a Triangle

Section 2.4 The Angles of a Triangle

Section 2.4 The Angles of a Triangle. Def: A triangle ( △) is the union of three segments that are determined by three noncolinear points. Terminology: Vertices: The noncolinear points Sides: Lines connecting the vertices Naming Convention: Named by the three points

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CSI 3104 /Winter 2006: Introduction to Formal Languages Chapter 18: Decidability

CSI 3104 /Winter 2006: Introduction to Formal Languages Chapter 18: Decidability

CSI 3104 /Winter 2006: Introduction to Formal Languages Chapter 18: Decidability. Chapter 18: Decidability I. Theory of Automata  II. Theory of Formal Languages III. Theory of Turing Machines … . Chapter 18: Decidability. Examples of undecidable problems:

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Composition of Functions

Composition of Functions

Composition of Functions. Lecture 39 Section 7.4 Mon, Apr 9, 2007. Composition of Functions. Given two functions, f : A  B  and g : B  C , where B   B , the composition of f and g is the function g  f : A  C which is defined by ( g  f )( x ) = g ( f ( x )).

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Reductions

Reductions

Reductions. Problem is reduced to problem. If we can solve problem then we can solve problem. Definition:. Language is reduced to language There is a computable function ( reduction ) such that:. Recall:. Computable function : .

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Properties of the gcd

Properties of the gcd

Properties of the gcd. Theorem: For any two integers a,b there exist integers x,y such that xa + yb = gcd(a,b).

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Perfect Simulation and Stationarity of a Class of Mobility Models

Perfect Simulation and Stationarity of a Class of Mobility Models

Perfect Simulation and Stationarity of a Class of Mobility Models. Jean-Yves Le Boudec (EPFL) & Milan Vojnovic (Microsoft Research Cambridge). IEEE Infocom 05, Miami FL, March 2005. Examples. RWP: random waypoint (Johnson and Maltz, 1996). RWP on general connected domain.

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Warm Up

Warm Up

Warm Up. At a certain time of day, a 6 ft man casts a 4 ft shadow. At the same time of day, how long is the shadow of a tree that is 27 feet tall ? 3) ΔABC~ΔDEF. Solve for y . G. E. 2) Find JG . J. 6. x. H. 12. 4. F. D. A. 35 . 10 . Y. 14. 30°. 30°. C. B. F. E.

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Chapter 9 Polynomial Functions

Chapter 9 Polynomial Functions

Chapter 9 Polynomial Functions. The last functions chapter. Section 9-1 Polynomial Models. A polynomial in x is an expression of the form where n is a nonnegative integer and The degree of the polynomial is n

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Compiler ( scalac , gcc )

Compiler ( scalac , gcc )

Compiler. Id3 = 0 while (id3 < 10) { println (“”,id3); id3 = id3 + 1 }. Construction. source code. Compiler ( scalac , gcc ) . i d3 = 0 LF w. id3 = 0 while ( id3 < 10 ). assign. i 0. <. while. i. parser. 10. lexer. assign. +. a[i]. 3. *. 7.

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Population Dynamics

Population Dynamics

Population Dynamics. Katja Goldring , Francesca Grogan, Garren Gaut , Advisor: Cymra Haskell. Iterative Mapping. We iterate over a function starting at an initial x Each iterate is a function of the previous iterate Two types of mappings Autonomous- non-time dependent

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Perpendicular Lines

Perpendicular Lines

Perpendicular Lines. Geometry (Holt 3-4) K.Santos. Perpendicular Bisector. Perpendicular bisector of a segment is a line perpendicular to a segment at the segment’s midpoint. (could be a segment or ray) s M t Line s is perpendicular to line t at it’s midpoint M .

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Fundamental Theorems of Calculus

Fundamental Theorems of Calculus

Fundamental Theorems of Calculus. Basic Properties of Integrals Upper and Lower Estimates Intermediate Value Theorem for Integrals First Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Second Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Basic Properties of Integrals .

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UNIT 1B LESSON 8

UNIT 1B LESSON 8

UNIT 1B LESSON 8. Limits of Infinite Sequences. Important stuff coming! . Limits of Infinite Sequences. A sequence that does not have a last term is called infinite . . Look at the following sequence:  ½ , ( ½ ) 2 , ( ½ ) 3 , ( ½ ) 4 . . . (½) x . . . or

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Discrete Mathematics I Lectures Chapter 4

Discrete Mathematics I Lectures Chapter 4

Discrete Mathematics I Lectures Chapter 4. Some material adapted from lecture notes provided by Dr. Chungsim Han and Dr. Sam Lomonaco. Dr. Adam Anthony Spring 2011. Section 4.1. Elementary Number Theory Basic Proof Technique: Direct Proof. Tying It All Together: Self-Quiz.

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The Geometry of Generalized Hyperbolic Random Field

The Geometry of Generalized Hyperbolic Random Field

Yarmouk University Faculty of Science . The Geometry of Generalized Hyperbolic Random Field. Hanadi M. Mansour. Supervisor: Dr. Mohammad AL-Odat. Abstract. Random Field Theory. The Generalized Hyperbolic Random Field. Simulation Study. Conclusions and Future Work. Abstract.

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Learning Objectives for Section 13.1 Antiderivatives and Indefinite Integrals

Learning Objectives for Section 13.1 Antiderivatives and Indefinite Integrals

Learning Objectives for Section 13.1 Antiderivatives and Indefinite Integrals. The student will be able to formulate problems involving antiderivatives. The student will be able to use the formulas and properties of antiderivatives and indefinite integrals.

By tim
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Finding Minimum-Cost Circulation By Successive Approximation

Finding Minimum-Cost Circulation By Successive Approximation

Finding Minimum-Cost Circulation By Successive Approximation. Goldberg and Tarjan 1990. Advanced Algorithms Seminar Instructor: Prof. Haim Kaplan Presented by: Michal Segalov & Lior Litwak. Motivation. What is the minimum cost circulation problem?

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