Mathematics

Total Assignments: 32

Project 1 Survey of an Algorithm

Project 1 Survey of an AlgorithmOverviewThis assignment consists of writing a research paper surveying a popular algorithm. Your paper must conform to the American Psychological Ass...

The following expressions to minimal sum-of-products form using boolean algebra

(a) Simplify the following expressions to minimal sum-of-products form using boolean algebra. Verify using K-Map. (a' + c + d)(b + c + d)(a + b + c') HINT: Use consensus theorem(b) Simplify the following expressions to minimal product-of-sums form using boolean algebra. Verify using K-Map. a'c+a'b'd+cd'....

Expressions to minimal sum-of-products form using boolean algebra

(a) Simplify the following expressions to minimal sum-of-products form using boolean algebra. Verify using K-Map. (a' + c + d)(b + c + d)(a + b + c') HINT: Use consensus theorem(b) Simplify the following expressions to minimal product-of-sums form using boolean algebra. Verify using K-Map. a'c+a'b'd+cd'....

The concept of a variable and a constant

Explain the concept of a variable and a constant.Explain the differences between variables and data types.Explain the need for data types and...

Discussion about the IPAT equation

If one considers the IPAT equation, the P term is expected to increase by a factor of about 1.5 by 2050. The A term is expected to increase by a factor of 2-3 over the same period. To hold environmental impact to where it now is would then require a decrease in the T factor (Graedel and Allenby). What things do you think we should do to decrease the T factor? (opinion) (150 words)...

Universal healthcare in different countries

a paper relating to universal healthcare in different countries compared to the United States. I want to know what countries are doing differently than usIt should be between 8 and 10 pages...

Draw an Adelson-Velskii and Landis (AVL) tree .

[3 points] Draw an Adelson-Velskii and Landis (AVL) tree for the following nodes: 64,28, 51, 66, 15, 36, 74, 73, 12, 78, 82, 83, 86, 99, 21.Hint: No coding is involved with this problem. You need to draw the actual tree for this problem.When you draw your tree, it must an AVL tree instead of just a regular binary tree or binary search tree (BST). There are a few ways that you can arrange the layout for this tree;however, remember data within the tree must follow the rules of an AVL tree. I recommend that...

Mathematical operators and functions as well as creating more complex formulas by combining multiple functions.

This exam covers skills from Excel Chapters 1, 2, 7, 8 and 9. This exam focuses on your skills in creating formulas using cell references, mathematical operators and functions as well as creating more complex formulas by combining multiple functions. For full credit on these steps, please be sure to carefully read and follow the instructions. When writing formulas and functions, you should use cell references as opposed to numeric values whenever possible. Also, you should us...

The completed problem set to the 12A dropbox outside room 301 Moses Hall.

Due date: Feb 17, 6pm. Deliver completed problem set to the 12A dropbox outside room 301, Moses Hall. Reminder: late problem sets do not receive credit.1. Symbolize these sentences in pl. If the sentence is ambiguous, symbolize its distinct readings. If translation is not possible, indicate why....

A minimum sum of products solution using the Quine McCluskey method

(10p) For this function, find a minimum sum-of-products solution, using theQuine-McCluskey method:F(a,b,c,d,e) = Σm (0,2,3,7, 9,11,16,17,18,20, 23) + Σd(4,8, 10,15,21,31)...

The class declaration in a file called Employee h and the implementation in a file called Employee. cpp.

Employee Class. Write a class named Employee, with the class declaration in a file called Employee.h and the implementation in a file called Employee.cpp. The class should have the following data members:name – A string that holds the employee’s nameidNumber – An int variable that holds the employee’s ID numberdepartment – a string that holds the name of the department where th...

method ahowOdd that would traverse a linked list of this type This method would output only the odd numbers in this linked list

Write a class method ahowOdd that would traverse a linked list of this type. This method would output only the odd numbers in this linked list. Also, assume that you have two links lists of such nodes that are in increasing order. Write a method that will accept pointers to two linked lists of this type. The method should return a pointer to a linked list consisting of the two linked list combined but in reverse order. if the Lists started with p and q pointing to them, the returned list would be pointed to...

This lab has three sections In Section 1 write a class called Rectangle that represents a Rectangle object.

This lab has three sections. In Section 1, write a class called Rectangle that represents a Rectangle object. Rectangle objects will have length and width attributes, and they will have perimeter () and area () methods. The Rectangle class should also have get methods for all attributes and set methods for all attributes. The Rectangle class should also have a get Type () method that returns or outputs "Rectangle." In Section 2, write a class called Square that is a child class of Rectangle. A squar...

Mathematics 1550H – Introduction to probability Trent University, Winter 2016 Assignment #4 (Un)expected Value

Mathematics 1550H – Introduction to probability Trent University, Winter 2016 Assignment #4 (Un)expected Value Due on Friday, 1 Monday, 4 April, 2016. 1. Verify that f(t) = 1 π (1 + t 2) is a probability density function, but that a random variable X that has f(t) as its probability density does not have a finite expected value. [7] Hint: Try computing E(X) and see what you get . . . 2. Find a function g(t) such that a random variable X which has g(t) as its probability density function has a finite expecte...

Overview In the Week One Assignment, you formulated a concrete ethical question, took a position on that topic, and identified a reason supporting and a reason opposing that position. In the Week Three Assignment, you discussed either deontological or uti

Overview In the Week One Assignment, you formulated a concrete ethical question, took a position on that topic, and identified a reason supporting and a reason opposing that position. In the Week Three Assignment, you discussed either deontological or utilitarian theory, applied that theory to the question, and raised a relevant objection. By engaging with the course material, you now have had a chance to refine your thinking and broaden your understanding of the problem by approaching it from the perspecti...

Let n be an integer and x a floating-point number. Explain the difference between n = x; and n = static_cast(x + 0.5);

Let n be an integer and x a floating-point number. Explain the difference between n = x; and n = static_cast(x + 0.5); For what values of x do they give the same result? For what values of x do they give different results? What happens if x is negative?...

Let a0, a1, a2, a3, . . . be a sequence of integers such that a0 = 3, a1 = 10, a2 = 38, and an+3 =30·an − 31·an+1 + 10·an+2, for all integers n≥0

Let a0, a1, a2, a3, . . . be a sequence of integers such that a0 = 3, a1 = 10, a2 = 38, and an+3 =30·an − 31·an+1 + 10·an+2, for all integers n≥0 Prove that for all integers n≥0,a =2n+3n+5n....

Fibonacci sequence

The Fibonacci sequence is the series of integers 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 21, 34, 55, 89 ... See the pattern? Each element in the series is the sum of the preceding two items. There is a recursive formula for calculating the n th number of the sequence (the 0th number if Fib(0) = 0): a. Write a recursive version of the function Fibonacci b. Write a nonrecursive version of the function Fibonacci c. Write a driver to test the recursive and iterative versions of the function Fibonacci d. Compare the recursive and ...

Show all work necessary for your answers. 1. Compute the derivative of each of the following functions. (a) f(x) = 4√

Show all work necessary for your answers. 1. Compute the derivative of each of the following functions. (a) f(x) = 4√ x − 5 x 3 (b) y = 5x − 4x 2 2x 2 − 4x + 7 (c) f(x) = (5x 3 − 3x + 2) · e x (d) y =  7x 2 + 2x x + ln(x)  2. Suppose that the function f is given by f(x) = 12, 000 + 20x − 0.005x 2 . (a) If x changes from x = 100 to x = 103, find the following: ∆x, ∆y, and dy. (b) Estimate the change in y as x changes from x = 100 to x = 103. (c) To compute ∆y in part (a), you computed that f(100) = 13, 950...