Follow the instructions for for the following initial value problems:(a) dy/dt = y 5, y(0) = y0(b) dy/dt = 2y 5, y(0) = y0(c) dy/dt = 2y 10, y(0) = y0

Lecture 1: Individuals: are the objects described by a set of data. Variable: is any characteristic of an individual. Categorical Variable: places an individual into one of several groups. Quantitative Variable: takes numerical values for which arithmetic operations make sense. (Often there is a unit of measurement.) Distribution of a variable tells us what values it takes and how often it takes these values. The values of a categorical variable are labels for the categories. A distribution lists the categories and gives the count or the percent of individuals who fall in each category. The values of a quantitative variable are the possible numbers assigned to an individual. There are different ways to graphically represent data: pie chart