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Q. 1 To solve the ordinary differential equation , by Euler‘s method, you need to rewrite the equation as A.

B.

C.

D. Q. 2 Given

and using a step size of h=0.3, the value of y(0.9) using Euler‘s method is most nearly A. -35.318 B. -36.458 C. -658.91 D. -669.05

Q 3. Given

and using a step size of h=0.3, the best estimate of dy/dx(0.9) using Euler‘s method is most nearly is A. -0.37319 B. -0.36288 C. -0.35381 D. -34341

Q 4. The velocity (m/s) of a body is given as a function of time (seconds) by v(t)=200 ln(1+t) -t, t≥0 Using Euler‘s method with a step size of 5 seconds, the distance in meters traveled by the body from t=2 to t=12 seconds is most nearly A.3133.1 B.3939.7 C.5638.0 D.39397

Q 5. Euler‘s method can be derived by using the first two terms of the Taylor series of writing the value of and all the derivatives of at , that is the value of . If at , in terms of

, the explicit expression

for if the first three terms of the Taylor series are chosen for the ordinary differential equation

would be A.

B.

C.

D.

Q 6. A homicide victim is found at 6:00PM in an office building that is maintained at 72˚F. When the victim was found, his body temperature was at 85 ˚F. Three hours later at 9:00PM, his body temperature was recorded at 78˚F. Assume the temperature of the body at the time of death is the normal human body temperature of 98.6˚F. The governing equation for the temperature θ of the body is

where = temperature of the body, ˚F θa = ambient temperature, ˚F t = time, hours k = constant based on thermal properties of the body and air. The estimated time of death most nearly is A.2:11 PM C.4:34 PM B.3:13 PM D.5:12 PM

Q 7. If production output doubles, variable costs PER UNIT will: a.Reduce by half B. Double C. Remain constant D. None of these

Q 8. If production output halves, fixed costs PER UNIT will: a.Reduce by half B. Double C. Remain constant D. None of these Q 9. A cost that behaves in the following way is a:

A.Fixed cost C. Mixed cost

B. Variable cost D. Step costs

Q. 10 In describing the cost equation, Y = a + bX, ‗a‘ is: A. the dependent variable, cost. B. the independent variable, the level of activity. C. the total fixed costs. D. the variable cost per unit of activity.

The probability of each outcome is between 0 and 1. B A random variable can only assume whole numbers. £12. £11. D. 13 Which of the following is not a requirement of a binomial distribution? A. A random variable does not include the probability of an event. Q. C. The Poisson distribution. None of the above. B. C. C. Hypergeometric D. D. p must be a multiple of .000 Using the high/low method of analysing costs. C.000 B. n must assume a number between 1 and 20 or 25. and 800 units in May with a total cost of £13. . The hypergeometric distribution.000 C. Binomial B.Q.10. Q. £14. constant probability of success. Equally likely probability of a success. what will be their total cost in June.000. if they make 700 units? A. £11. B. Q. Equally likely outcomes. The outcomes are mutually exclusive.15 In which of the following distributions is the probability of a success usually small? A. 17 For a binomial distribution A.375 D. Q. The binomial distribution.375 Q. All probability distributions. Poisson C. All distribution Q. 12 The difference between a random variable and a probability distribution is A.00. 14 The mean and the variance are equal in A. 16 Which of the following is not a requirement of a probability distribution? A. A probability distribution can only assume whole numbers. Sum of the possible outcomes is 1. B. 11 Jay PLC made 500 units of product Y in April with a total cost of £10. B. D. Only two possible outcomes. D. A fixed number of trials.

All the values within a certain range are possible. C. Become more negatively skewed.0. Q. there must be at least 3 possible outcomes. B. C. Q. None of the above. All of the above. Q. 21 The expected value of the random variable A. C.3944 D. 0. C. D. Only certain outcomes are possible. D.4649 C.0. Q. D.23 What proportion of salaries are at least £180 but no more that £230? A. 20 For a binomial distribution with n = 15 as p changes from . Is also called the variance. Q. B. The sum of the outcomes can be greater than 1 for the hypergeometric. Will also be the most likely value of the random variable. The outcomes cannot be whole numbers in the hypergeometric distribution. The sum of the outcomes is greater than 1.None of the above.00. 0. Cannot be greater than 1. What is the probability that the salary of an employee taken at random will be £250 or more? A. 22 The weekly salaries of a group of employees are normally distributed with a mean of £200 and a standard deviation of £40. D. Is another term for the mean value. 0.3830 B.50 toward . The number of trials changes in the hypergeometric distribution. D. The probability of a success changes in the hypergeometric distribution. 19 In a continuous probability distribution A.1915 D. 0. 18 Which of the following is a major difference between the binomial and the hypergeometric distributions? A. B. Become symmetrical.1056 B. B.2734 .3413 Q.2234 C.0.C. 0. Become more positively skewed.05 the distribution will A.

576 Q.608 C. 26 A firm estimates that the probability of having an employee off sick on any one day is 0.24.50 minutes Q. The probability of a session lasting 36 or more minutes is 0.392 D. 20. 25. What is the mean time spent on the internet? A. 24. A company finds that the useful life of its computers is normally distributed with a mean of 3. 18. What is the probability that at least two flaws will appear in a 20 metre sample? .472 B.10.5 years and a standard deviation of 0. 17.500 D. Assume that the time spent on the internet by a group of students is normally distributed. 0.001 B. 0.33. What is the probability that the firm experiences six days without a worker off sick? A.192 years D.531 C.When p is small and n is large D.4 years.00 minutes C. 0. 3. 0. 28 Under what conditions do the binomial and Poisson distributions give approximately the same results? A. 2.14 minutes D. Historically 22% of the computers have a useful life less than the computer manufacturer's advertised life. 0.When p and q are equal Q.When p and q are equal and n is small C. 0. 3.975 years Q.When p is small and n is small B. A 20 metre sample from each role is inspected.765 Q.250 years B. 27 What is the probability of at least two days with someone off sick in a twenty day period? A. A flaw occurs when the pattern is not consistent. 0.Q.54 minutes B.0.29 A manufacturer produces rolls of wallpaper.500 years C. It is believed that the number of flaws per sample follows a Poisson distribution with a mean of one flaw per 20 metre sample. 3.1 and the probability of a session lasting less than 12 minutes is 0. What is the manufacturer's advertised life for the computers? A.

the space shuttle. 0.2344 B.0003 Q.4568 Q. 0. 0. 31 In 1986. In 1995 NASA estimated that the probability of a catastrophic occurrence such as this was about 1 in 60000.A. Challenger exploded with the resulting death of all seven astronauts. 0. A. The Challenger flight was the 25th mission.32 FIND: A.1954 D.5665 C. 0. 0. 0. 30 A study shows that at the weekend the average number of cars queuing at a service station petrol pump in a garage is four. 0. 0. 0. Use the Poisson distribution to calculate the probability of the occurrence. 0.7358 D.0025 B.4335 Q.0001 C. What is the probability that during the weekend four or more cars were waiting? A.2642 C. B. 0. .0004 D.3246 B.

2. D. D. 34 Evaluate A. 27 21 Q.882 C. D.4 B. C. and C = 50 when Y = 100? A. 33 EVALUATE: A. B.576. C.766 D.C.525. .8 Q. Q. B. 35 Which of the following represents the consumption function when .

20 Q. t3 - t2 5t2 . C. Q. C. determine the maximum profit. Find the value of a. 550 Q.3Q2 If fixed costs are 50.25 C.10 D.0. A. 38 The producer's surplus at Q = a for the supply function P = 6 + 8Q is known to be 400. A.Q. 39 Which of the following expressions represents the present value of a continuous revenue stream for n years at a constant rate of $S per year if the discount rate isr%? A.6Q2 and MC = 150 + 0. B.0 .36 firm's marginal revenue and marginal cost functions are given by MR = 240 . 5 B. .2x B. 800 C. 37 Which of the following is an expression for g'(x) when A. 150 D. 5x2 .2t D. 200 B.

36.. 25 years. x^3 sin2x C. x^3/3 (sin3x) Q.. e^31(x-3) B..43 The mean of the following frequency distribution will be Age (years) 50-55 45-50 40-45 A. -1 <= x < 1 C.3] . of workers 47 51 70 B. 0 < x < 2 D. -e^62(x+3) Q..8 years C. product rule or quotient rule integral(x^2 sin3x + x^3 cos3x) A.44 Which of the following floating point variable is invalid in Fortran ? .x4/4 + . 42 Find the interval of convergence for the series x . Q. A. -1 < x < 1 B.D. of workers 22 29 21 Age (years) 25-40 30-35 25-30 No. 33. Q.. y=3 e^31 x D. 41 Find an equation of the tangent line at the given value of x y= integral(e^(4t^2-5))dt in interval [x.. Q. x^3 cos3x B.8 years D. x=3 A.x2/2 + x3/3 . 1 < x <= 1... 41. x^2/3 (cos2x) D..40 Find an antiderivative by reversing the chain rule.8 years No. y=e(x+3) C..

p< 1 and q < 1. TEMP B.. DIGIT D. y = ax + b. ∫10 f (-x) dx B.4 D. 3. meanaμ + b and variance aσ2 + b D. 49 The series ∑ (1/ (p/n + q/n)) is convergent if A.A. where a and b are constants. ∫10 f (1-x) dx C. IST C. Q. meanaμ + b and variance a2σ2. P 25 x Y. 45 If x is normal with mean and variance σ2. 2 ∫10 f (x) dx D. Q. Q. meanaμ + b and variance aσ2 C. IF (A + B*C. Q. none of the above. 46 ∫10 f (x) dx is equal to A. Q. p> 1 D.9 C.20.2.4 B. What is the rate of change of Z when U = 30 and V= 10? A. U is decreasing at 3 cm/s. 47 In Fortran which of the following statement is correct ? A. is normal with A. 10 IF(X+Y)9. none of the above.4) 1. p> 1 and q < 1 B. 5400 D. 54000.9. p< 1 and q=1 C. mean μ and variance σ2 B. 48 In the expression Z= 3 U2V. when V is increasing at 4 cm/s. 540 C. IF (A + B . 54 B. .

0 104.80 14. 1. 1 C.2 108. 1/e. second order C. .2 if both numbers are approximate and true only to the number of digits given. none of the above.13 D. 14.69 C. 1.07 19.773201 B. 1.70 17.79. the graph of f(x) is nearly horizontal where it crosses the x-axis B. above prevail D.7732 C. third order D.0 96.Q. so that the function will be continuous at x = 0 A. 15. none of the above. e D. 52 In the quotient 876. 50 A table for values of x and y is given below: x 93.7 y 11. the graph of f(x) is nearly vertical where it crosses the x-axis C. Q. Q.773 D. 15. both conditions A.77.91 Using Lagrange's formula the value of y when x = 102 will be A. 1. 54 What value must be assigned to the function (cos x)1/x when x = 0. first order B. give the trust worthy figures in the quotient A. and B. Q. 51 The order of convergence of Newton-Raphson iterative algorithm is A. 14. Q.13 B.2 100. 0 B.3 / 494. 53 Newton Raphson method of solution of numerical equation is not preferred when A.38 12.

for x =0 = [ (x+bx2) 1/2-x1/2 ] / bx3/2.Q. 55 Which of the following is an implicit function of x A.1/2 Q. for x >0 A. b and c for which the function f(x) = [sin(a+1) x + sinx] / x . b !=0 . a= -3/2 . c = 0 C. 66 C. c = . a =1. 58 A table for values of x and y is given below x 93. 57 If A varies inversely as B 2-1 and A is equal to 24 when B = 10. 121 D.b = 1/2. Q. a= 3/2 .2 100.91 .c = 1 B. for x < 3 = C. 99.70 17. b !=0 . the value of A when B= 5 will be A. 33 B. c = 1/2 D. x3 = 3axy = y2 = 0 C. b= 1. y = sin-1 (2 x) / (1-x2) Q.7 y 11.07 19. y = 3x2-5x + 2 B.0 96. 56 The values of a. y = log (sin x) D. a = 0.2 108.0 104.38 12.80 14.

m B. 96.20.66 C. 439. by trapezoidal rule will be A.5 10. Q.65. 466.8 10. Q.75. 5.60. 460. 4.38 sq-m C.9 6.3 sq. m.Using Lagrange's formula the value of x when y = 13.48 sq-m D.4 The area between the survey line and the edges by Simpson's rule will be A. 60 The following perpendicular offsets were taken at 10 meter intervals from a survey line to an irregular boundary line 3. 97. 498 sq. the irregular boundary line. 5.65. 455 sq.5 will be A.43. 1230. 4. and the first and last offsets.3 7. 98. 6.5 8.99 D.7 12. 433 sq.25.25. 1215. 3.14 B. . 8. m B. 59 The off sets taken from a chain line are given below: Chainage(m) 0 15 30 45 60 70 80 100 120 140 Offset(m) 7. m D.6 sq. m C.20.4 4.20.3 sq. 401 sq.67 sq-m B.m D. m C.59 sq-m. 1245. 1198. The area enclosed between the survey line.6 9. 61 In the above case the area by Simpson's rule will be A. m.9 sq. 6.60 8. 96. 445. Q.

6 C. 5 D. 35. π C.7 12.6 9.5 8.5 10. 63 The value of Lt x->0 (1-x) tan π x / 2 is A. Q. 38. 2/π B.3 . 64 The offsets taken from a chain line are given below: Chainage (m) 0 15 30 45 60 70 80 Offset (m) 7. 5 B.60 8. 1/2π Q. 41.Q. 39. 2π D. 6.8 10. 62 The following is the distribution of ages (in years) of teachers of an Engineering college Age 23-29 29-35 35-41 41-47 47-53 Total Numbers of teachers 10 12 22 16 7 67 The class marks and class size of the class (35 — 41) is A.

NONE Q. 0 C. Between 840 and 855 D. y( t ) = (C1 + C2t-t) e-t + 1 B. Q. Between 845 and 860. Find the value of the function and indicate how many figures of the result are reliable A. 1138 sq-m C. Q. 67 The solution of the differential equation y "( t ) . y( t ) = C1et + C2 e-t + 1 C. 66 The value of a function is given by the formula f = abc / 550 The value of 'a' varies from 62. Between 850 and 860 C.5 the measured value of b and c is 16.9 6. 68 In the solution of ordinary differential equations in case dy/dx is a function of alone. Trapezoidal rule and Euler's method C.4 The area between the survey line. 1049 sq-m B.42 463 respectively.3 to 62. then which pair of methods becomes identical A. 1219 sq-m D. 69 The mth derivative of enx with respect to x is .l)1/x is equal t A. -e. y( t ) =( C1 + C2t )et + 1 Q. Simpson's rule and Trapezoidal rule B. e D.4 4. 65 Lt x->0(x . 1 B.2 y' ( t )+ y ( t ) = 1 is A. Between 860 and 865 B.Chainage (m) 100 120 140 Offset (m) 7. and the edges by trape zoidal rule will be A. Simpson's rule and RungaKutta method D. Q. Euler's method and RungaKutta method. y( t ) = (C1 + C2t) e-t + 1 D.

which of the following expresses v in terms of x ? A. It has one relative maximum but no minimum point in the interval 0 <= x <= 2 π Q. v2= k2 (l . y >= 0 i A.k) B. x >= 0. 70 Simpson's formula is applicable to A.1/ √2) C. v = k (l . π/2 Q. of parachute falling vertically satisfies the equation v dv/dx = g( I . It has one relative maxima and one relative minimum point for the interval 0 <= x <= 2 π C.k C. π /2 B. It has no point of inflection D. If v and x are both initially zero. π/2 (1 . 72 For the function f(x) = x + sin(x) we may infer which one of the following : A. Q.v2/ k2) Where g and k are constants. mnx C. Trapezoidal rule D. It has no relative maxima or minima B. mnenx Q. odd or even number of intervals B.e ) D.A. v2= k2 (l + e29x / k. nmenx B. 75 The following table gives the relation between steam pressure and temperature: Temp.e-29 x / k.k) Q.1/ √2) D. π/2 (1 . even number of intervals D. odd number of intervals C. mnenx D.k) 2 2 29x / k.73 The velocity v. Weddle formula C. 361° 367° 378° 387° 399° . 71 Which of the formula does not require that the interval of integration be divided into an even number of intervals ? A. 74 The value of ∫∫dx dy / (Ω(1 + x2 + y2)3/2) where Ω is the region x2 + y2<= 1. None of the above. v2= k2 (l + e-29x / k. none of the above. Q. Simpson's formula B.

the allowable percentage error in r and h will be A.0 191.177 and 0. 177.2 The pressure at temperature 372.98 and 0.1° will be A. 177.4846555 0.98 B. 176. 0.5.98 and 0.48 0. ( 2 / π ) ∫0x e-x2 dx 0. 0.486936 B. Q. 0.46 0.77 In the formula D = d2/2h + h/2 the percentage error in D is not to exceed 0.49 167. will be A.487966 C. 0.177 C.47 and 0.9 C.5 244. 76 The values of the probability integral ( 2 / π ) ∫0x e-x2 dx are given in the table for certain values of x. 0.0 212. .3%. 176. 0.98 D.479663 D.49 The value of x for which this integral is equal to 1/2. 0.47 0.4 D.9 B.4937452 0. 0.Pressure 15. Q.5027498 0.476936.5116683 x 0.47.

2 4. Q.82877462 C.0 5.1 23o 24' 47''.4 23o 26' 50''.56861592 1. The values of the function for different values of x are given below X 4.Q.52605630 1.60943791 1.3 23o 25' 55''.82784726 B. 79 Which of the following formula is most accurate for numerical integration ? A.38629436 1. Gauss's Quadrature formula.43508453 1.6 4.1 . 80 For the year 1984 the declination of the sun at a city xyz.5 23o 26' 56''.5 23o 26' 19''.83874552 D. Weddle's formula D.84356129.2.2 loge x dx. Simpson's rule B.8 5.8 23o 26' 38''. 1. Trapezoidal rule C. 1. Q. the interval of integration is divided into six equal parts each of width 0. noon on certain dates was as given below: Date March 1 March 2 March 3 March 4 March 5 March 6 March 7 Declination 23o 25' 23''. 78 In order to evaluate the value of definite integral ∫4 5.0 4.48160454 1.2 loge x 1.1. 1.64865863 The value of the integral according to Simpson's rule will be A.4 4. .

5529 D. or B. March 3 C. a = -5. March 5 B. d. The value of a and b will be A.6 = 5 C. Q. Trapezoidal rule with h = 0.2 B. March 6. 67.42.15625.The declination was maximum on A. None of the above. Trapezoidal rule with h = 0. Simpson's 1/3 rule with h = 0. Which method will give the least error ? A.1. a = 3. 0. in all cases B. 432.4950899 is rounded off correctly to four significant figures. provided the boundary is convex towards the base line. Q.43. -1).0 x10. 84 A function (ax+B. b = 8. / ((x-1)(x+4)) turning value at the point (2. b = 7 D. Q. 82 The value of integral ex is evaluated from 0 to 0.51. 86. Either of A.49 C. The sum of the numbers will be A. 83 The results obtained by using Simpson's rule will be greater than those obtained by using the trapezoidal rule A. 85 Five numbers are given : 930. The number will become A. 67. above B. b=1 B.50 D. 191.1 C. a = -7.6. provided the intervals are small C. 81 When the number 67. 6749 B. none Q.4 by the following formula. . 67. provided the boundary is concave towards the base line D. Q. 5528 C. a = x. March 4 D.

2. 3.75.6 .Q. How accurately should the diameter be measured ? A.36 C. Q.2 percent. 91 The following table gives the values in meters of the offsets taken from a chain line to an irregular boundary: Distance 0 Offset 10. the minimum value of x+y will be A.65. 1 C.87 sq-m B. 0.37. 48.80. 89 When the number 48. Q. 87 A series of offsets taken from a chain line at the intervals of 15 meters are in the following order: 0. the number will become A. 48. Q. ∂2u / ∂t2 = C2 ∂2u / ∂x2 Q. none of the above. the curved boundary and the end off sets by trapezoidal rule will be A. 88 The area of cross-section of a rod is desired to be 0.60.365 is rounded off correctly to four significant figures.95 and 5. ∂2u / ∂t2 = C ∂u / ∂x C. The area between the chain line. Q. ∂2u / ∂t2 = C B.90 If x and y be two real variables such that x > 0. and xy = 1. 2 D. ∂2u / ∂t2 = C2 ∂u / ∂x D. 48.65. 1% B.85 m.361 D.1% C. 0. 3. 398.36 B. 1/2 B. 4. 48. 399. 394. 4.01% D.86 Which of the following is one dimensional wave equation ? A. 3. 0.55 sq-m C.001%. 3.99 sq-m D.

0.6 Using Simpson's rule the area in square meters included between the chain line.-1). 0. x = 3 C.690304 C.18 sq-m C. irregular boundary and the first and the last offset will be A. 7. (1.3 17.48 sq-m.0) D.4 20. 880.1) B. 820.0) C. Q. Q. x = 2 D.4 19.690340. Q. none of the above.7 16.28 sq-m B.33. 92 If the determinant of coefficients is not very small. Gaussion elimination A. 744.4 20. 93 Compute loge 2 by taking three terms in the expansion of series A.50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 15. (0. x = 1 B.1 occurs when A. 95 The minimum value of the function y = x 5. (-1. 0.693004 B.8 22. Q. (0. x = 0. 0. gives solution D.2 18.94 The maximum and minimum values of sin2x are respectively A. .4x4 + 5x3 .690034 D.38 sq-m D. gives incorrect solution C. gives no solution B.

the function is A. b0.. 1/3 D. 72 x3 = y2 B. none of the above. the relation between x and y can be expressed as A. a constant B. Wave equation B. x = 72 / y D.The parts will be A. Q. convergent D. 101 An ordinary die numbered 1 through 6 is thrown.The integer 3 is a divisor of b if and only if A. Q.3. 97 The series ∑ 1 / ( log n )1 / n is A.Q..7). 100 If a function has a differential coefficient that vanishes for all values of x in the interval a<= x <= b. y = 3. 99 The partial differential equation ∂2y / ∂n2 = a2 ∂2y / ∂n2 is known as A. 1/4 C. Bessel's equation C. Fourier equation D. divergent to infinity C.. 1/6 B.50) C. be the binary representation of integer B. 98 If the cube of x varies as inverse square of y and when x = 2..60) B..∞ Q.51. What is the probability that the number which turns up is less than 4 ? A. 102 Let bq. (48. 4x3 = 9 / y2 Q. 9x3 = 4 / y2 3 2 C.. (50. a continuous function C... 1/2. Q.53) D. conditionally convergent B. Laplace equation. a discontinuous function D. (47. bq-1 .96 100 is to be divided into two parts such that their product is maximum. Q. (40. bi = b0 = 1 . divergent to ...

.052 and ∆ x = 0. Q.87.4.7. 0. is divisible by 3. 1/10 k C..1. (1/10) D.3 x 106.3.. 1. 9).105 The absolute error is A.1296 2. 3.3 x 106 B. 1% C.9898. 0.5. y = 9.3.0540 B.B. Q. from (0. ∆y = 0.0 0. 106 Using Simpson's rule find ∫0 2 f(x) dx given below x=0 f(x)=0 0 0. the alternating sum b0 +b1 + b2 .4458 D. 0.3521 1.6937 .1850 C. 0. the sum of the binary digit bi is divisible by 3 but not by 9 D.11.1.2..3 x 104 D. 0. 7. 104 The relative error of the function is A.016.5 0. 103 K digits are to be chosen at random (with repetitions alloweD. Q. 1/K B. ∆ z = 0. What is the probability that 0 will be chosen ? A. 0.5 0.8% B.3 x 103 C. the sum of the binary digits bi is divisible by g C. 0. (9/10)k For the function u = xy2 z3 if r = 37. 0.3989 0. z = 6. Q.2420 1..6%.6.9% D. 8. A.0 0.

variance D. standard deviation B.112 is an example of a A. such as sample mean.22 D. or equal to the population parameter D. none of the above. 0. population variance B. is known as a A. 0. sample statistic B. can be smaller. 107 If the letters of the word MISSISSIPPI are written down at random in a row. Q. population parameter C.001.110 A numerical value used as a summary measure for a sample. 1/3 B. can never be smaller than the population parameter Q. 7/33 C. Q.111 Since the population size is always larger than the sample size. sample parameter D. sample statistic D. 6/13 D.18 C.Q.113 The hourly wages of a sample of 130 system analysts are given below. mean C. mean = 60 mode = 73 range = 20 variance = 324 .14 B.3. larger. determine the chance that out of 20000 men more than 3 will be affected badly by the medicine A. then the sample statistic A. can never be equal to the population parameter C. range Q. population mean Q. 109 Which of the following provides a measure of central location for the data? A. 0. the probability of no two S's occurring together is A. 108 If the chance of a bad reaction from a certain medicine is 0. 0. can never be larger than the population parameter B. population parameter C. mode Q.

third quartile B. variance B. mean C. more than this value Q. 117 The 75th percentile is referred to as the A. less than this value C. is the same as the 50th percentile D. fourth quartile Q. second quartile D.median = 74 The coefficient of variation equals A. coefficient of variation Q. central location Q. contains at least one third of the data elements B. 0. range D. mode B. first quartile C. 576 B. 13 C. interquartile range C. 5.30% C.461 Q. relative location B. all of the above answers are correct Q. The standard deviation of the sample equals A. is the same as the 75th percentile .120 The first quartile A. 50th percentile D.116 The median is a measure of A. absolute dispersion D. 28. relative dispersion C.119 The difference between the largest and the smallest data values is the A. more than or equal to this value D. 54% Q.115 The median of a sample will always equal the A. is the same as the 25th percentile C.114 The variance of a sample of 169 observations equals 576.4% B. less than or equal to this value B. 30% D. 24 D.118 The pth percentile is a value such that at least p percent of the observations are A.

128 When data are positively skewed. is the average value of the two middle items when all items are arranged in ascending order Q. percentiles B. the mean will usually be A.129 Which of the following is not a measure of dispersion? .Q.124 The most frequently occurring value of a data set is called the A. is the average value of the two middle items C. mode Q. rounded up Q. interquartile range D. equal to the median D. mean D.122. 125 The interquartile range is A. median C. positive Q. negative B. range B. the median A. variance D. rounded down D. If a data set has an even number of observations. squared B.123 Which of the following is a measure of dispersion? A. greater than the median B. smaller than the media C. median Q. the measure of Skewness will be A. positive D. mean B.126 If index i (which is used to determine the location of the pth percentile) is not an integer. another name for the variance C. quartiles C. the difference between the third quartile and the first quartile Q. cannot be determined B. the difference between the largest and smallest values D. 127 When the data are skewed to the right. its value should be A. one Q. mode C. all of the above Q. divided by (n – 1) C. zero C. the 50th percentile B.121 Which of the following is not a measure of central location? A. must be equal to the mean D.

Q. the data set is a sample B. only when individual data values are unavailable C. the sum of the range variances is zero B. None of these alternatives is correct.134 When should measures of location and dispersion be computed from grouped data rather than from individual data values? A. the grouped data computations are used only when a population is being analyzed D.133 The measure of dispersion that is influenced most by extreme values is A. the range is influenced too much by extreme values D.1 in the denominator. the data set is from a census Q. the interquartile range Q. the standard deviation C. data values are treated as if they occur at the midpoint of a class B. the standard deviation B. as much as possible since computations are easier B. the data set is a population C.A.135 The descriptive measure of dispersion that is based on the concept of a . which of the following is true? A. A. the grouped data result is more accurate than the ungrouped result C. the range D. the range is negative Q. the range C. the range is difficult to compute C. the 50th percentile D. the interquartile range Q. whenever computer packages for descriptive statistics are unavailable D.130 The interquartile range is used as a measure of variability to overcome what difficulty of the range? A. the variance B.132 In computing descriptive statistics from grouped data. only when the data are from a population Q. the data set could be either a sample or a population D.131 If the variance of a data set is correctly computed with the formula using n .

smaller than the standard Q. zero C.140 The variance can never be A. variance Q. median D. mode B. larger than the variance B. zero deviation C. the interquartile range D.141 If two groups of numbers have the same mean. range C.138 The numerical value of the standard deviation can never be A. is always smaller than the true value of the population variance B. smaller than the variance Q. their medians must also be equal C. the range C. larger than the standard D. the absolute value of the range B. is always larger than the true value of the population variance C. negative D. None of these alternatives is correct Q. then A. can never be zero Q. their modes must also be equal D. median D.deviation about the mean is A. mean C. equal to.137 The most important statistical descriptive measure of the location of a data set is the A. or larger than the true value of the population variance D. could be smaller. the standard deviation Q.139 The sample variance A.136 The measure of location which is the most likely to be influenced by extreme values in the data set is the A. negative deviation B. mean Q. their standard deviations must also be equal B.142 The sum of deviations of the individual data elements from their mean is . mode B.

149 The symbol is used to represent A. N D. 143 Which of the following symbols represents the standard deviation of the population? A.147 Which of the following symbols represents the mean of the sample? A. always less than zero C. 2 C. D. 2 B. C. 144 Which of the following symbols represents the mean of the population? A. 146 Which of the following symbols represents the size of the population? A. x Q. C. x Q. 2 B. always equal to zero Q. C.148 Which of the following symbols represents the size of the sample A. 2 B. C. x Q. 2 B. B. D. C. x Q. the standard deviation of the population D. D. n Q. D. depending on the data elements D. 2 B.145 Which of the following symbols represents the variance of the population? A. always greater than zero B. the standard deviation of the sample C. the variance of the sample .A. N Q. sometimes greater than and sometimes less than zero. D. the variance of the population B.

152 Positive values of covariance indicate A.Q. a positive variance of the y values C. covariance C. standard deviation D. is the same as the coefficient of determination B. the standard deviation of the population D. the mode D. the standard deviation is positive D. coefficient of variation Q.153 A numerical measure of linear association between two variables is the A. minus infinity and plus infinity D. positive relation between the independent and the dependent variables Q. variance B. the trimmed mean B. 1 and 100 Q. the standard deviation of the sample C. a positive variance of the x values B. cannot be larger than 1 D. cannot be negative Q. variance B. any of the above . can be larger than 1 C. the median C. the mean of the remaining data is A.156 When the smallest and largest percentage of items are removed from a data set and the mean is computed. 0 and 1 B. the variance of the population B. correlation coefficient D.151 A numerical measure of linear association between two variables is the A. the variance of the sample Q.154 The coefficient of correlation ranges between A. standard deviation Q. -1 and +1 C.155 The coefficient of correlation A.150 The symbol 2 is used to represent A. coefficient of variation C.

161 Refer to Exhibit 3-1. is 10 C. standard deviation C.158 During a cold winter. is 11 D. Number of Hours 0.19 20 . is negative since all the numbers are negative B. can never be larger than the mean B. varies from class to class . it A. is always larger than the median C. which of the following is not used for data summarization? A. None of these alternatives is correct. mode B. must be at least zero C. the mean D. interqurtile range Q. is 9 B. the 25th percentile Q.39 Frequency 40 50 70 40 Q. can be either negative or positive Q. The following data show the number of hours worked by 200 statistics students.157 In a five number summary.9 10 .160 Since the mode is the most frequently occurring data value. the largest value C. cannot be computed since all the numbers are negative D.159 Which of the following is not a measure of dispersion? A. range D. the smallest value B. the temperature stayed below zero for ten days (ranging from -20 to -5). The class width for this distribution A. The variance of the temperatures of the ten day period A.29 30 .Q. is always larger than the mean D.

8 B. 7 D. cannot be determined A researcher has collected the following sample data 5 6 12 7 6 5 8 12 5 4 Q. 6 D. 6 D. 5 C. 8 Exhibit 3-3 A researcher has collected the following sample datA. The median is A. 7 Q.162 Refer to Exhibit 3-1.19 A.45 D. 7 B. 5 C.166 Refer to Exhibit 3-2. is 90 B. 7 Q. 5 B. 5 C. The 75th percentile is A.Q.165 Refer to Exhibit 3-2. 8 B. is . 8 Q. is .164 Refer to Exhibit 3-2. 3 5 12 3 2 . The mode is A. 6 D. The mean of the sample is 5.163 Refer to Exhibit 3-2. The cumulative relative frequency for the class of 10 .25 C. 6 C. The mean is A.

64 65 . The standard deviation is A.59 60 . 4. 1 C.944 B. 81. 8. 16. 4.062 C.24% C. 167 Refer to Exhibit 3-3. 169 Refer to Exhibit 3-3. 10 D. 12 Q.5 Q. 10 B.69 70 . The variance is A. The coefficient of variation is A. 13. The range is A. The interquartile range is A.74 75 . 168 Refer to Exhibit 3-3.66% B. 2 C. 330% Q. 170 Refer to Exhibit 3-3.2 D. 72. 12 Exhibit 3-4 The following is the frequency distribution for the speeds of a sample of automobiles traveling on an interstate highway.54 55 .062 D.2 B.Q. 1 B. Speed Miles per Hour 50 . 264% D. 13. 16. 80 C. 171 Refer to Exhibit 3-3.5 Q. 2 D.79 Frequency 2 4 5 10 9 5 35 .

4. 48.969 C. 10 Q. 4. 6 C. 50. 715 D. 480 D. 6 B. 2. 5. 179 Which of the following 4 × 4 domino covers represent two distinct hibachi grills? A. The standard deviation is A.570 D. The mean is A. 3.ABABAB B.BABABA D. 3. 1. 4. 4. 7. 3.071 C. 6 1. 2.174 Refer to Exhibit 3-4. In which case is the ﬁrst permutation less than the second in direct insertion order? A. 5. 35 C.071 D.ABBABA C. 2. 1. 5? A. 3. 6 2. 670 D. 5 2. 5. 4. 1. 6. in lex order. 4. 6 Q. 4. 176 What is the rank. 1. 6. in direct insertion order. 2 D. 4. of the permutation 6. 4 C. 5. 178 Consider the list of all sequences of length six of A‘s and B‘s that satisfy the following conditions: (i)There are no two adjacent A‘s. 3. 2.000 Q. 6. 48. 50. 6 4. 3 B. 177 What is the rank. 3. 1. of the permutation 5. 3. 3.hvvhvvhh and vvhhvvhh C. 1. two permutations on 6 are listed. 4.969 B. 600 Q.BABBAB Q. 2. 1? A. 30 C. 67 B. 717 Q. 7. (ii)There are never three B‘s adjacent.172 Refer to Exhibit 3-4. What is the next sequence after ABBABB in lex order? A. 3. The variance is A. 173 Refer to Exhibit 3-4.570 B.Q.vvhhvvhh and hhhhvvvv . 5.000 Q. 2.vhvvvhvh and hhvhvhvv D.175 In each case.hhhhhvvh and hvvhhhhh B. 1. 3. 6. 2. 5. 20 B. 6. 5. 1.

Pole G: 8.3. .an = A(−3)n + nB(−3)n Q. Which of the following is an explicit solution to this recurrence relation? A. 1 . 3. 2. .1/(k + 1). k = 0. 4 . an = n + (−1)nan−1 for n ≥ 2 What is the value of a4? A. Pole E: 1. k = 0. Which of the following gives an explicit formula for ak? A.1/(3k+1 − 2).3 .an = A3n + B3n B. the conﬁguration is Pole S: 6. . . Pole E: empty. 2.2.4.washer 1 from G to S followed by washer 2 from G to E C.washer 1 from G to E C. C.washer 2 from S to G D. 5. G).washer 1 from G to E followed by washer 2 from G to S B. . the conﬁguration is Pole S: 6. k = 0. a0 = 1.181 Given that ak = ak−1/(1 + ak−1) for k ≥ 1. . Q.ak = (−3)k − (−5)k B.1/2k.1/3k. . 1 B. B. What are the next two moves? A.washer 2 from E to G Q. E.ak = k(−3)k − k(−5)k C.ak = k(−3)k − (−5)k D. 2. 1. Which of the following is an explicit solution to this recurrence relation.washer 5 from S to E followed by washer 1 from G to S Q. What move was just made to create this conﬁguration? A. S. S. 3. 1.an = A3n + nB3n D. . . 3. provided the constants A and B are chosen correctly? A. S. G). 2. k = 0. .185 In the Towers of Hanoi puzzle H(8. . 4 . 5 D.183 Consider the recurrence relation ak = 6ak−1 − 9ak−2 with initial conditions a0 = 0 and a1= 2. 4 C.washer 5 from S to E followed by washer 1 from G to E D. 3. Pole G: 8. . G). the conﬁguration is Pole S: 6. 180 Given that a0 = 1. Pole E: 1.2. 1.3.182 Consider the recurrence relation ak = −8ak−1 − 15ak−2 with initial conditions a0 = 0 and a1 = 2. E. 184 In the Towers of Hanoi puzzle H(8.Q. E. . D. 1. 7.ak = (−5)k − (−3)k Q.washer 1 from S to E B.7. 5.186 In the Towers of Hanoi puzzle H(8. 7.an = A3n + B(−3)n C. Pole G: 8. 5. 8 Q. 2.

3 B.101011 B. the tournament is declared a draw. 16 C.110000 Q. E. 8 B.192 The probability of team A winning any game is 1/2. A ―play‖ consists of ﬂipping a fair coin and. S. 48 Q. that team is declared the winner. 19/4 Q.101000 C. •if heads occurs.The next move is washer 2 from S to G. 19/9 C. G)? A. what is the RANK of 110000? A. that team is declared the winner. doubling the amount in the pot. What is the expected number of games in the tournament? A. Team A plays team B in a tour. what is the next element after 111000? A.188 In the subset Gray code for n = 6.111100 Q. 205 B. . 215 Q. 214 D. 190 In the subset Gray code for n = 6. 206 C. 25/9 Q. if no team has won the tournament at the end of four games. 11/4 C.100000 C.191. If either team wins two games in a row. 13/4 D.110001 D. 4 B. what is the element of RANK 52? A.110100 Q.101110 C.111001 D. Atmost four games are played in the tournament and.101101 D. if no team has won the tour.nament at the end of three games. 187 In the subset Gray code for n = 6. 22/9 D.000111 B.nament.nament. Team A plays team B in a tour. What is the expected number of games in the tournament? A. 193 A man starts with one dollar in a pot. 32 D. the tournament is declared a draw. At most three games are played in the tournament and. what is the element just before 110000? A. If either team wins two games in a row.The probability of team A winning any game is 1/3.010000 B. What is the RANK of this move in the list of all moves for H(8. 189 In the subset Gray code for n = 6.

for each outcome of the game. A fair die is thrown. 197Ten percent of the students are science majors (S). Given that a student selected at random has read Newsweek. 2/9 C. 1/19 B. If either team wins two games in a row. For H they are 20. •10 percent are engineering majors. Team A plays team B in a tournament. 9/8 B. 4/13 B. 15. 20 percent have read Newsweek. what is the probability that a 1 or 2 appeared when the die was thrown? A. 10/8 C.10 percent have read 2 or more articles in Newsweek. •10 percent of the students are science majors. 7/13 Q. For E. •Of the engineering majors. Let Y denote the random variable which. 1/9 B. a draw is declared. If the number is a 1 or 2. 20 percent are engineering majors (E). that team is declared the winner.196 The probability of team A winning any game is 1/3. Of S. speciﬁes the amount of money in the pot. 4/9 D.195 In a certain college. •Of the humanities majors. 5/13 C. A ball is then drawn at random from the urn. 9/19 Q. what is the probability that A is the winner? A. Otherwise two red balls are added to the urn. 5/9 Q. 20 percent 1 article. if no team has won the tournament at the end of four games. losing one dollar from the pot. Given that a red ball was drawn. At most four games are played and. 20 percent have read Newsweek. 2/19 C. 10 percent have read Newsweek. and 70 percent are humanities majors (H). 12/8 D. one red ball is added to the urn. 30. •80 percent are humanities majors. 70 percent 0 articles.•if tails occurs. What is the value of Var(Y )? A. . 5/19 D. 6/13 D.ingpercents are 5. Given that the tournament lasts more than two games. what is the probability that that student is an engineering major? A. 14/8 Q. 80. The game ends if the man has zero dollars or if he has played three times. the correspond. •Of the science majors. 194 We are given an urn that has one red ball and one white ball.

what is the probability that the student is S or E (i.052 Q.NOT DETERMINED D.200 Using a computer with four significant digits with chopping.INVERTIBLE B. x1 = 8. 13/29 Q. A. Given that a student has read 0 articles in Newsweek.50. Naïve Gauss elimination solution to A. x1 = 8. not H)? A. x1 = 8.800.. 202 Find the consumer's surplus at Q = 8 for the demand function P = 50 .NONSINGULAR C.256 C.SINGULAR Q.800.051 D. 192 . 272 D.000 B. x2 = 1. DIAGONAL B. x2 = 1. x2 = 1.4Q. x2 = 1. x1 = 8. UPPER TRIANGLE Q. x2 = 1.771. x1 = 8.771.051 D. x1 = 26.051 C. x1 = 8. IDENTITY C.769.128 B. x2 = 1.769.051 C. A.052 Q.LOWER TRIANGLE D. x2 = 1.66. 12/29 D.000 B. 201 Using a computer with four significant digits with chopping.21/58 B.x1 = 26. x2 = 1.e. 23/58 C. Gauss elimination with partial pivoting solution to A.199 Division by zero during forward elimination steps in Naïve Gaussian elimination of the set of equations [A][X]=[C] implies the coefficient matrix [A] is A.66.198 The goal of forward elimination steps in the Naïve Gauss elimination method is to reduce the coefficient matrix to a (an) _____________ matrix.

be negative. what is a differential? A. and concavity is positive for values to the right of P. Controllable. Relative. 5. 5. 203 The table gives the values of a variable x and an unknown function y X 3 4 5 6 7 8 y -205 -240 -259 -262 -250 -224 For what value of x. C. Q. What must the concavity be to the left of P for P to be an inflection point? A. 5. A method of directly relating how changes in an independent variable affect changes in a dependent variable. Q. D. Relative. x3 D. be positive. 6x C. 206 Mathematically. A gear box on the back end of your car.784 C.6x + C Q. Q. 205 The two types of errors that are related to differentials are: A. B. Human. D. A method of directly relating how changes in a dependent variable affect changes in an independent variable.Q. B.888.697 D. B. Absolute. Controllable. Natural. C. 5. x3 + C B. 207 The 2nd derivative of a function at point P is 0. then F(x) = A. Absolute.204 If f(x) = 3x2. A word used a lot on a popular medical television series.976 B. . the value of the function y is minimum A.

constant of death and taxes.At q = fourth root of 14.16? A. What can be said of the function's concavity at that point? A. . g ''(p) >. -2).C. At q = 0. at (2. C0 = -1. C. at (-2. at (8. be imagin Q. w(q) Q.16t2.C0 = -1. -2). C1 = 21 C. B. C. Yes. B. D.211 What are the values of C0 and C1 in d(t) = C1 + C0t . Q. if w(q) = q4 . C is called: A. B. C1 Q. g ''(p) = 0 C. neutral (0). 213 Does fC. C. Never. 0 D. C1 = -21 D. D. D. = (c + 2)3 − 2 have an inflection point? If so.both a & B B. was determined to be 3d + C.6. constant of differentiation. D. Never. C0 = 0. A lot of luck. C1 = 19 B. NONE Q. here. C. Its real world application. if d(1) = 4 and v(2) = -65? A. where is it located? A. No. constant of integration. C0 = 1. -2). D. A boundary condition. Yes.212 GD.208 At what value of q is the concavity of w(q) = -2. Yes.209 What is needed to fully determine an anti-differentiated function? A. Q.210 It has been determined that g(p) has a maximum at p = -47. 0). constant of anti-differentiation.What its value is at (0. B.

The mean score must be 0. that there is a mistake in your calculation. Q. that the score is below the sample mean. C. B. D. 218 A z-score of -3. B. Standard deviation is always greater than the variance. The typical amount by which scores differ from the mean of a set of scores. Standard deviation always involves a particular unit of measurement such as kilograms. Q. 214 Which of the following is the best definition of standard deviation? A. . C. A. Standard deviation has few applications in statistics. The standard deviation formula gives greater emphasis to scores at the mean. Standard deviation is the 'average' variance. D. D. that the mean is three standard deviations below the particular score. The researcher should square the value to get rid of the minus sign. Q. Q. Standard deviation is the square of the variance. 216 Which of the following is true? A. Standard deviation is the square root of variance. We would expect negative values as often as positive ones. There must be an error in the calculation. The 'average' of the sum of squared deviations from the mean.23 for the variable 'achievement motivation'. 215 Which of the following is true? A. C.00 for this to happen. D. B.Q. that you have too few decimal places.1.0 means: A. The mean squared deviation from the average. B. The average of a set of scores. Standard deviation is variance divided by N . D. C. C. B. 217 A researcher obtains a standard deviation of -6.

5.64% Q.04% C.5% B. -2.50 Q.-1. 97.3.00.00 and the standard deviation is 1.0.72%.00%.00.00 and the standard deviation is 3.97. a z-score. D.224 The z-score of Jack's age is -2.96? A.223 A standard score is: A.0.00.2.0. and 2. the mean score on multiplication is 5. Approximately what percentage of people are older than Jack but younger than Jill? .Q.00. What is a score of 8.98. 221If for three individuals the obtained z-scores were 3. C. C. and 5.222 Approximately how many people would have scores LOWER than an individual with a z-score of 1.00% C. the mean score.0.-2. the variance is 4.25 B.13%. cannot calculate this unless the standard deviation is given. 2.00 and the z-score of Jill's age is 1. a constant. and 1.00 D. The mean score on 'addition' is 20.00.00 on 'multiplication'? A.5% Q.28.64.1. what would be the proportion of individuals who scored higher than them according to the table of the standard normal z-distribution? A.5% B. impossible to calculate with the available information.00 on 'addition' and 8. B. and the mode is 3.28%.64% D.00 expressed as a zscore? A. the standard deviation is 2.00 Q.2.00 D.2. the standard deviation of a particular score.00. 219 The mean of a set of scores is 5. D.00%.00 C. What would be the score on mathematical ability for a child who scored 26.5. 220 A researcher decides to measure mathematical ability by adding together the z-scores on 'addition' and 'multiplication'. and 1. Q. 2.13%.00 B.1.

A. B. mode/ median / standard deviation D.231 If a distribution has a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 15. Q. mean / median / standard deviation C.A.82% Q. nominal data. Linear B.00% B.227 The normal curve is also called a A.226 The following data are needed to answer this question: The IQ scores of five children are 100. ___________. percentages. mean / median / mode Q.85 . range / standard deviation / variance B.5 feet 3 inches Q.229 One characteristic of a bell-shaped curve is that it is A.230 Given a population distribution of women‘s heights with a mean of 5 feet 6 inches.6 feet 1 inch D.70 B.115 C. which value is least probable? A.0 Q. none of these. 0. leptokurtic Q. 102. -1.00% D.225 z-scores should only be used with: A. 98.00% D. frequency data. s-curve Q. 97 and 103. triangular curve D.5. and ___________ are equal to each other. 0. even curve B. 5 feet 10 inches C. symmetrical D.95% C.bi-modal C.3. C.00 B.228 The normal curve represents a distribution where the __________.6 C.130 D. 0.5 feet 6 inches B. The z-score of an IQ of 100 is: A. bell-shaped curve C. D. what value would be +2 standard deviations from the mean? A.

22. .55 D. .2.15% C.5 D.90 to 110 B. 99.2. 85 to 115 D.13% B.45 B.60 Q.15% C.26% of the general population falls within them if the mean is 100 and the standard deviation is 15? A.42.44% D.50 C. 68. what percentage of scores would lie below 3 standard deviations? A.27.5 C.238 If a normal distribution of scores has a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 10. what value would be +1.234 If a distribution has a mean of 35 and a standard deviation of 5.Q.5 D. 95.5 Q.40 B.28% D. what percentage of scores would lie above 2 standard deviations? A.30 Q.5 standard deviateons from the mean? A.26% C.13% B. 50% B. 20 C.237 If a normal distribution of scores has a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 10.87% .236 What two scores would divide a normal distribution such that 64.232 If a distribution has a mean of 50 and a standard deviation of 5.97% Q. 2.35 B.233 If a distribution has a mean of 35 and a standard deviation of 5. 80 to 120 C.235 What percentage of scores will fall between –3 and +3 standard deviations in a normal distribution? A.28% D. 75 to 125 Q.97. 2.5 standard deviations from the mean? A. what value would be -2. what value would be –1 standard deviations from the mean? A. 99. 47.74% Q.

-1 B.-7% D.5. T Q. +15.-2.13% D. 34. unable to be calculated given the information Q.2. A. Q. Outlier C.239 What percentage of scores lies between the mean and –1 standard deviation for a normal distribution with a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 15? A. Normalized B.13% 240 What percentage of scores lies between 2 and 3 standard deviations below the mean? A.-13% C.3 D. standard D. 0 D. –34. There is not enough information.242 Z score is a type of ____________ score. –1 C.+27% B.241Standard scores are comparable because A.Q.15% Q.245 If a z score = 2. 0 C.+1 B. they are not comparable Q. they have the same distribution means D.–15.00 % B.243 The z score for the mean is A.00 % C. it is _____ standard deviations above the mean A.244 In a normal distribution.5 . they come from the same sample B.5 C. they are standardized in units of standard deviations C. +1 D.2. what is the z score associated with the mode? A. 1 B.

faster than SOR method B. g'(x)>1 B. slower than Gauss-siedel e) none of . 250 Jacobi Method for system of linear equations has convergence: A. f'(x) > 0 B. probability of a score occurring C. g'(x) =1 C.Raphson Method is A.246 A percentage or area under the curve can also represent the A.g'(x)>1 D. None of these Q. four Q. The order of convergence of Newton. 249 the fixes point iteration method defined in the form Xn+1 = g(Xn) converges of: A.f'(x) = 0 D.Q. at least one B. variance Q 247 .at least there D.248Newton-Raphson Method fails to find the root of f(x)=0 if: A.at most two C. f'(x) <0 Q. faster than Newton's method D. faster than Gauss_siedel C. f(x)< 0 C. mean B. standard deviation D.

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B. D. D. B. B. B. C. A. D. C. A. C. B. B. C. C. A. A. B. B. A. C. B. D. C. C. D. C. D. D. D. A. B. C. B. C. 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 A. C. D. A. D. C. C. C. C. D. C. . C. B. C. A. D. A. A. A. C. B. D. C. B. C. C. B. B. 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 B. C. C. B. A. B. B. D. D. B. A. C. D. C. D. B. C. D. C. A. D. C. C. B. D. B. C. A. D. C. B. A. D. D. C. A. D. A. C. D. D. C. 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 B. B. C. A. B. 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 D. D. A. B. D. C. D. C. B.126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 D. A. C. C. D.

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