193 results for "under".

Question in Alan's workspace
Customised for the Numbas demo exam
Motion under gravity. Object is projected vertically with initial velocity $V\;m/s$. Find time to maximum height and the maximum height. Now includes an interactive plot.

Question in Adelle's workspace
Round random numbers to the closest whole number, 1 to 3 decimals places. Also rounding that could show common misunderstandings.

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 Demos
Customised for the Numbas demo exam
Motion under gravity. Object is projected vertically with initial velocity $V\;m/s$. Find time to maximum height and the maximum height. Now includes an interactive plot.

Question in Howtos
Numbas can now understand and use several different styles of notation for numbers.
This question shows off all the supported styles, both for display in text and in the answers to number entry parts.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Given a PDF $f(x)$ on the real line with unknown parameter $t$ and three random observations, find loglikelihood and MLE $\hat{t}$ for $t$.

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
Given the following three vectors $\textbf{v}_1,\;\textbf{v}_2,\;\textbf{v}_3$ Find out whether they are a linearly independent set are not. Also if linearly dependent find the relationship $\textbf{v}_{r}=p\textbf{v}_{s}+q\textbf{v}_{t}$ for suitable $r,\;s,\;t$ and integers $p,\;q$.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Real numbers $a,\;b,\;c$ and $d$ are such that $a+b+c+d=1$ and for the given vectors $\textbf{v}_1,\;\textbf{v}_2,\;\textbf{v}_3,\;\textbf{v}_4$ $a\textbf{v}_1+b\textbf{v}_2+c\textbf{v}_3+d\textbf{v}_4=\textbf{0}$. Find $a,\;b,\;c,\;d$.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Questions testing understanding of numerators and denominators of numerical fractions, and reduction to lowest terms.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
$X \sim \operatorname{Binomial}(n,p)$. Find $P(X=a)$, $P(X \leq b)$, $E[X],\;\operatorname{Var}(X)$.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
$W \sim \operatorname{Geometric}(p)$. Find $P(W=a)$, $P(b \le W \le c)$, $E[W]$, $\operatorname{Var}(W)$.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
$Y \sim \operatorname{Poisson}(p)$. Find $P(Y=a)$, $P(Y \gt b)$, $E[Y],\;\operatorname{Var}(Y)$.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Questions testing understanding of numerators and denominators of numerical fractions, and reduction to lowest terms.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Questions testing rather basic understanding of the index laws.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Questions testing understanding of the index laws.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Questions testing understanding of the index laws.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Questions testing understanding of the index laws.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Questions testing understanding of the index laws.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Questions testing understanding of the precedence of operators using BIDMAS, applied to integers. These questions only test DMAS. That is, only Division/Multiplcation and Addition/Subtraction.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Questions testing understanding of the precedence of operators using BIDMAS. That is, they test Brackets, Indices, Division/Multiplication and Addition/Subtraction.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Questions testing understanding of the precedence of operators using BIDMAS applied to integers. These questions only test IDMAS. That is Indices, Division/Multiplication and Addition/Subtraction.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Questions testing understanding of the precedence of operators using BIDMAS. These questions only test BDMAS. That is, they test Brackets, Division/Multiplication and Addition/Subtraction.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Questions testing understanding of numerators and denominators of numerical fractions.

Exam (16 questions) in Content created by Newcastle University
Refresher questions on topics in algebra that students beginning a maths undergraduate course should be familiar with.

Question in Transition to university
This question aims to assess the student's understanding of the difference between biased and unbiased events and also to assess the student's understanding of the fact that the experimental probability tends towards the theoretical probability as the number of trials increases.

Question in Transition to university
This question tests the student's understanding of what is and is not a surd, and on their simplification of surds.

Question in Transition to university
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 Transition to university
This question aims to test understanding and ability to use the laws of indices.

Question in Transition to university
This question assesses the students understanding of what it means for two events to be independent or dependent. Specifically, if two events are independent then the outcomes of one event do not affect the outcomes of the other event.