### A Study on Statistics with Focus on Regression Analysis

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In the field of statistics, regression analysis uses the techniques of modeling and analyzing multiple variables focusing on the relationships between dependent and independent variables helping the analyst to understand how the change of criterion in one independent variable affects the criterion of other dependent...

Regression Analysis
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Background information on field experience school: Miami Coral Park Senior High School has 2,891 students of which 92% are Hispanic, 2% are Black, 4% White, and 2% Asian. 13% of the school’s students are ELL/LEP. The grades levels are 9-12 and the school has a...

Mathematical Models
Mathematics in Everyday Life
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Introduction In the science of the theoretical computation, the automata theory is the study of mathematical objects called abstract machines or the computer robots and problems that can be solved using them. Robot comes from the Greek word a?t?µata that means “autoactuante”. The automata theory...

Mathematical Models
Robots
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Mathematics is one of the mainly significant subjects of our life. No matter to which field or profession you belong to, its use is all over. That is why it is essential to have an excellent understand of the topic. Though the basics of mathematics...

Knowledge
Mathematics in Everyday Life
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R-square is a statistical measure of how close the data are to the fitted regression line. It is also known as the coefficient of determination, or the coefficient of multiple determination for multiple regression. It measures the proportion of the variation in your dependent variable...

Mathematical Models
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Leonhard Euler What mathematician contributed most to Calculus and Trigonometry? This is one of the most debatable questions of the centuries. Some might say Pythagoras contributed the most based on his famous formula, the Pythagorean Theory. While others argue that Plato is the most important...

Mathematical Models
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The set of complex numbers is two-dimensional, and a coordinate plane is required to illustrate them graphically. This is different to the real numbers, which are one-dimensional, and can be shown by a simple number line. The rectangular complex number plane is constructed by arranging...

Electrical Engineering
Mathematics in Everyday Life
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Correlations have two properties: strength and direction. The strength of a correlation is determined by its numerical (absolute) value. The direction of the correlation is determined by sign of the correlation coefficient ‘r’, whether the correlation is positive or negative. Correlation standardizes the measure of...

Algebra
Correlation
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Mathematics has thousands of branches, and each branch means something different to every person. Some may know it as a useful tool that is a key to getting civilizations rolling. Others may just see it as bothersome and a tough grade in a class. Still,...

Mathematics in Everyday Life
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Algebra is very complex, and has been a big problem for me ever since I started it in high school. A question that I have asked and many others ask is why do we even need to learn algebra? When you’re figuring out these problems...

Algebra
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Archimedes compared the area enclosed by a circle to a right triangle whose base has the length of the circle’s circumference and whose height equals the circle’s radius. If the area of the circle is not equal to that of the triangle, then it must...

Archimedes
Geometry
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Hypatia was the earliest female mathematician. She was born 350 CE and died 415 CE. This makes her about 65 years of age. She was the daughter of Theon. He was a mathematician and an astronomer. Theon is most known for his preservation of Euclid’s...

Algebra
Geometry
Personality
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The spiral model combines the idea of iterative development with the systematic, controlled aspects of the waterfall model. The spiral model has four phases. A software project repeatedly passes through these phases in iterations called Spirals. This means that the product is released incrementally. The...

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Project Management
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For this project, Grade 10 Math Project, we have to pick something from real life that I can explain how math affects it. I chose to do my project about the Pharmaceutical industry. The pharmaceutical mathematics curriculum includes measurements and calculations required to prepare, prescribe...

Mathematics in Everyday Life
Pharmacy
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Golden ration is a common mathematical ratio existing in the nature that is used to construct compositions in design work. The Golden ratio describes the perfectly symmetrical relationship between two proportions. It has been in use since many years and can be observed in music,...

Mathematical Models
Mathematics in Everyday Life
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Statistics is a topic that I have never really thought of until now. I didn’t know how it worked or how important and interesting it really is. It can open a whole new world of understanding the way we live as humans and why we...

Mathematics in Everyday Life
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“In mathematics the Pythagorean theorem, also known as pythagoras theorem is a fundamental relation in Euclidean geometry among the three sides of a right triangle.” Stephanie J. Morris says “This famous theorem is named for the greek mathematician and philosopher, Pythagoras. Pythagoras founded the pythagorean...

Geometry
Mathematical Models
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Early geometry goes back to about 3000 BC, as one of the first advancements of geometry. It started in Europe as the Egyptians used it in many ways such as, surveying of land, construction of the pyramids and astronomy. The next advancement came from the...

Geometry
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Introduction This paper will be a summary of my findings in answering the questions, “how large can a set with zero ‘length’ be?”. Throughout this paper I will be explaining facts regarding the Cantor set. The Cantor set is the best example to answer this...

Algebra
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