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To All You Mathletes...
"Some general (mostly) conceptual math questions ranging from freshman geometry to calculus."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
What is the exact value of pi?
none of these
both of the above
The Pythagorean theorem is best proved by using:
simple calculations involving the areas of squares and triangles
complex calculus equations
What is the derivative of (pi*e)
with respect to x?
What is a recursive series?
a polynomial expansion
a series whose first term is higher than its last
a series that derives its next term from the one preceding it
a series involving imaginary numbers
In statistics, if you were faced with an exponential regression equation that was spitting out numbers too large to work with, you might do which of the following?
run a t-test
do a hypothesis test
try a linear regression
linearize the data
What is the relationship between the volume of a tetrahedron and a parallelepiped (3-D form of a parallelogram) that shares the same three defining edges/vectors?
The tetrahedron has 1/2 the volume
The tetrahedron has 1/6 the volume
The tetrahedron has 1/4 the volume
The tetrahedron has 1/3 the volume
Which is NOT a way to find area under a curve?
If a$b means a
, a@b means a+b+ab, and a#b means a
, what is 8#(3@(3$2))?
(a very large negative number)
Which is NOT a fundamental trigonometric identity? (An identity is an equation that is satisfied for all defined values of x.)
Last one, so I'll go multivariable. What method could you use when trying to optimize a function subject to one or more constraints?
The Method of Lagrange Multipliers
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