182 results for "application".

Question in Andrew's workspace
A question testing the application of the Area of a Triangle formula when given two sides and an angle. In these questions, the triangle is always acute and both of the given side lengths are adjacent to the given angle.

Question in Andrew's workspace
Two questions testing the application of the Sine Rule when given two angles and a side. In this question, the triangle is always acute.

Question in Andrew's workspace
Two questions testing the application of the Sine Rule when given two sides and an angle. In this question, the triangle is always acute and one of the given side lengths is opposite the given angle.

Question in Andrew's workspace
Two questions testing the application of the Cosine Rule when given two sides and an angle. In these questions, the triangle is always acute and both of the given side lengths are adjacent to the given angle.

Question in Andrew's workspace
A question testing the application of the Cosine Rule when given three side lengths. In this question, the triangle is always acute. A secondary application is finding the area of a triangle.

Question in Stats
Assessment of application of different model selection approaches in multiple regression.

Question in CHY1201  SpectroscopyQuestion requires students to themselves calculate how many electrons are in the conjugated system for the molecules included in this question. As is standard for applications of the "particle in a box" model, the embedded assumption is that one electron is donated to the pisystem by each carbon within the conjugated chain. Students instructed to assume that there are 22 conjugated electrons in Betacarotene.

Question in Clodagh's workspace
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Application of the binomial distribution given probabilities of success of an event.
Finding probabilities using the binomial distribution.

Question in Julie's workspace
Application of the Poisson distribution given expected number of events per interval.
Finding probabilities using the Poisson distribution.
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Question in L4 TrigonometrySimple application of SOHCAHTOA

Question in Stats
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Question in Adelle's workspace
An applied example of the use of two points on a graph to develop a straight line function, then use the t estimate and predict. MCQ's are also used to develop student understanding of the uses of gradient and intercepts as well as the limitations of prediction.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
The human resources department of a large finance company is attempting to determine if an employee’s performance is influenced by their undergraduate degree subject. Personnel ratings are used to judge performance and the task is to use expected frequencies and the chisquared statistic to test the null hypothesis that there is no association.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Application of the Poisson distribution given expected number of events per interval.
Finding probabilities using the Poisson distribution.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Application of the binomial distribution given probabilities of success of an event.
Finding probabilities using the binomial distribution.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Given a random variable $X$ normally distributed as $\operatorname{N}(m,\sigma^2)$ find probabilities $P(X \gt a),\; a \gt m;\;\;P(X \lt b),\;b \lt m$.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Given data on probabilities of three levels of success of three options and projections of the profits that the options will accrue depending on the level of success, find the expected monetary value (EMV) for each option and choose the one with the greatest EMV.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Given a random variable $X$ normally distributed as $\operatorname{N}(m,\sigma^2)$ find probabilities $P(X \gt a),\; a \gt m;\;\;P(X \lt b),\;b \lt m$.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Example showing how to calculate the probability of A or B using the law $p(A \;\textrm{or}\; B)=p(A)+p(B)p(A\;\textrm{and}\;B)$.
Also converting percentages to probabilities.
Easily adapted to other applications.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Two questions testing the application of the Sine Rule when given two angles and a side. In this question, the triangle is always acute.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Two questions testing the application of the Cosine Rule when given two sides and an angle. In these questions, the triangle is always acute and both of the given side lengths are adjacent to the given angle.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
A question testing the application of the Cosine Rule when given two sides and an angle. In this question, the triangle is always obtuse and both of the given side lengths are adjacent to the given angle (which is the obtuse angle).

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
A question testing the application of the Cosine Rule when given three side lengths. In this question, the triangle is always acute. A secondary application is finding the area of a triangle.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
A question testing the application of the Cosine Rule when given three side lengths. In this question, the triangle is always obtuse. A secondary application is finding the area of a triangle.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Two questions testing the application of the Sine Rule when given two angles and a side. In this question the triangle is obtuse. In one question, the two given angles are both acute. In the second, one of the angles is obtuse.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Two questions testing the application of the Sine Rule when given two sides and an angle. In this question, the triangle is always acute and one of the given side lengths is opposite the given angle.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
A question testing the application of the Sine Rule when given two sides and an angle. In this question the triangle is obtuse and the first angle to be found is obtuse.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Application of the binomial distribution given probabilities of success of an event.
Finding probabilities using the binomial distribution.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Application of the Poisson distribution given expected number of events per interval.
Finding probabilities using the Poisson distribution.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Question on the exponential distribution involving a time intervals and arrivals application, finding expectation and variance. Also finding the probability that a time interval between arrivals is less than a given period. All parameters and times randomised.