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## math 116 man study guide 1

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# math 116 man study guide 1 MATH 116

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Math and Humanity
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William Case
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Math 116: Study guide- Exam 1. Convert 11011 into a base 10 number 4 3 2 1 0  Expand the number and multiply by base 2: 12 +12 +02 +12 12  Multiply the base by the given exponent: 116+18+04+12+11= 27 Convert 245 to a base 5: (when you go from base 10 to a smaller base divide) 0  5 =1 (put a 0 for numbers skipped)  5 =5 20/5 (4 remainder) 45=20 20-20=0 2  5 =25 120/25 (4 remainder) 425= 100 120-100=20  5 =125 245/125 (1 remainder) 1251=125 245-125=120  *you multiply the remainder and the number divided in order to get the next number. 3 2 1 0  15 +45 +45 +05 = 1440 5 Convert 3324 to 5 base 6 (convert b4 to a b10 # then convert to b6#)  35 +35 +25 +451 0  3125+325+25+41  375+75+10+4+ 464 base 6 0  6 =1 2/1 (2 remainder) 21=2 2-2=0  6 =6 32/6 (5 remainder) 65=30 32-30=2  6 =36 (put a 0 for numbers skipped) 3  6 =216 464/216 (2 remainder) 2216=432 464-432=32  26 +06 +56 +26 = 20520 6 Prime Factorization: 2 2 36= 3 2 *** in order to findout if a number is prime, use the square root test, find the square root of the number and knock off the decimal, continue until it is proven the number is prime If a set has 23 elements how many subsets does it have 23  2 =8388608  remember the base for finding out the subsets is always 2^ Set formula: n(A)+ n(B)- n(AB) **Important symbols: List all of the possible subsets of {A, B, C} {A} {B} {C} {} {A,B} {B,C} {A,C} A= {1,2,3,4,5} B= {2,4,6,8} U= {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9} to find A and B 1  A = {5,6,7,8,9} 1  B = {1,3,5,7,9} n(A)= 85 n(B)= 95 and ( A  B)= 54 find (A  B): 154=85+95-x -180 -180 -26= -x 26=x Write the following in builder set notation:  {1.4.9.16.25.36.40.64.81.100}: {x|x is a square}  Find n(A)= 3  Find n(N)= 4  Find n( A  B)= 5  Find n( A  B)= 2 Shade the portion that represents A  B:  Compliment of a set: { x1x  and x  } 1  Shade the portion that represents A (compliment) Are the following sets equivalent?  {A, B, C}  {H, F, G} Is A a proper subset of C? A  C, yes because every element that lies in set A also lies in set C with an extra element. A= {1,2,3,4,5} C= {1,2,3,4,5,6,7}

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