UMLProb101 Probability and Statistics: A Data Perspective
This course is a fast-paced but intuitive introduction to the topic of Probability, Random Processes and some Statistical Analysis with data.
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This course is a fast-paced but intuitive introduction to the topic of Probability, Random Processes and some Statistical Analysis with data.
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The students will build a low-cost biosensor using the principles of origami (paper folding). The advantageous properties of paper such as its low-cost, porosity, and flexibility make it an attractive material for the use in low-cost point-of-care (POC) diagnostics. In this project, we will design and fabricate a paper-based biosensor device using the principles of origami. The reagents will be stored in the testing zones of the sensor at small volumes. A sample will then be added to the sample zone where the fluid will wick through the hydrophilic channels by capillary action. The fluid will reach the detection zone where a color change will occur if the colored analyte is present in the sample. The paper-based biosensor can analyze multiple samples at the same time enabling efficient analysis of multiple analytes in one single test. In the future, a smart-phone application can be easily developed and integrated into this platform for evaluation of the color change. The data can then be transferred using a cloud-based application to medical facilities for evaluation and storage of the patient results. This biosensor can be modified for diagnosis of different diseases, detecting environmentally harmful agents, or testing forensic samples.
This is an interactive online lesson on Rotations in geometry. Throughout the course you will have an opportunity to watch videos, take notes, participate in activities, and answer questions. The course will prepare you for an in-class activity that you will complete with a partner. I hope you enjoy the lesson!
This course is the first in a series related to Community Action for Smart Environments (CASE) project at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. In this one semester course, students from Sociology and Electrical and Computer Engineering and industry participants will collaborate and acquire skills for mentoring and engaging elementary, middle and high school students on topics such as Internet of Things, Smart Environments and Community Issues.
This course includes a study of the concepts of coordinate and non-coordinate geometry from points and lines through triangles, polygons, and circles.
This course is designed to help you start thinking about math at home. These short videos and activities can be viewed on your computer or your phone. Just watch the teacher. In our next class we will work with the new information and your can RECALL what you learned.
Probability and Statistics is a course organized to assist the student who plans to enter such fields as economics, business, education, psychology, sociology, biology or medicine. Successful completion of this course will be adequate preparation for college courses offered in these fields. The syllabus includes the mathematical study of chance occurrences, situations involving uncertainty---- gathering, analyzing, and making inferences from data by mathematical methods.
This course introduces the basic components of computer network systems and introduces students to the fundamental concepts of communication between computers. Topics such as the Internet, Routing, and Fiber-optic networks are discussed.
Learn how to extract information from data using statistical methods and models.
Probability and Statistics is a course organized to assist the student who plans to enter such fields as economics, business, education, psychology, sociology, biology or medicine. Successful completion of this course will be adequate preparation for college courses offered in these fields. The syllabus includes the mathematical study of chance occurrences, situations involving uncertainty---- gathering, analyzing, and making inferences from data by mathematical methods.
CP1 Physics is an algebra based physics course which will cover motion, force, gravitation, momentum and energy.
AP Physics 1 is the equivalent to a first-semester college course in algebra-based physics. The course covers Newtonian mechanics (including rotational dynamics and angular momentum), work, energy, and power; and mechanical waves and sound. It will also introduce electric circuits. The course will be presented in form of lectures, problem solving methods, and hands on learning through laboratory experiments.
This course provides a brief summary of the environmental costs vs the economic benefits of the use of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) to extract oil and gas. Students are asked to evaluate the information and develop opinions regarding whether the US should support the practice of fracking, or be against the use of fracking.
This is a 1 lesson course for ELL students to learn about using parentheses in order of operations.
Algebra II is a continuation of the algebraic and geometric concepts developed in Algebra I and Geometry. Students in this class will review topics like: solving equations, inequalities, and graphing functions. Students will continue to develop their foundation of functions and use symbols and manipulations to simplify and solve, build connections between algebra and geometry, work with different methods to develop habits of mind for solving systems of equations, matrices, quadratic, square root, rational , exponential and logarithmic functions. In this course, students will continue to build as they expand their understanding through other mathematical experiences.Students are expected to think logically and discuss their understanding of the various concepts employing various resources for a deeper knowledge and appreciation of how mathematics can be used inside and outside the classroom.
This course aims to help students further develop the concepts and principles of beginning and intermediate algebra. Topics include operations with signed numbers; linear equations; linear inequalities; point plotting and graphs of straight lines; and systems of linear equations, exponents
This course aims to help students further develop the concepts and principles of beginning and intermediate algebra. Topics include operations with signed numbers; linear equations; linear inequalities; point plotting and graphs of straight lines; and systems of linear equations, exponents
This is a first year algebra course in which you will learn to reason symbolically. The key content involves writing, solving, and graphing linear and quadratic equations, including systems of two linear equations in two unknowns. Quadratic equations are solved by factoring, completing the square, graphically, or by application of the quadratic formula. The course also includes study of monomial and polynomial expressions, inequalities, exponents, functions, rational expressions, ratio, and proportion. Algebraic skills are applied in a wide variety of problem-solving situations.