. centre de ressources dilemmes et doutes le visage humain de mathématiques Qui sommes-nous Problème de mois activités de promotion babillard
Centrale des maths - centraledesmaths.uregina.ca
Dilemmes & doutes
« D & D »
. .
topic card  



liste de
. .
nouvelle recherche

14 articles trouvés pour ce sujet.
Book sales 2015-12-30
Sandra pose la question :
Your finance text book sold 56,500 copies in its first year. The publishing company expects the sales to grow at a rate of 20.0 percent for the next three years, and by 8.0 percent in the fourth year. Calculate the total number of copies that the publisher expects to sell in year 3 and 4.
Penny Nom lui répond.
Buying school books 2012-05-06
abanoub pose la question :
the school fair books cost $4.89 each if Suzy brought $98.76 with her how many books could she buy?
Penny Nom lui répond.
Airline overbooking 2009-09-03
Nikita pose la question :
An airline company knows that 8% of it's passengers will not show up for their scheduled flights. A plane has 175 seats.

a) What is the probability that 10 passengers or fewer will not show up?

b) What is the probability that 10 to15 passengers will not show up?

c)What is the probability that exactly 10 passengers will not show up?

d) What is the probability that more than 19 passengers will not show up?

Robert Dawson lui répond.
Practical trigonometry 2009-05-04
Lori pose la question :
I am an ex-math major turned home-schooling parent. I would desperately like to find a word-problem based trigonometry book for my 17-year old son. I don't want graphing or other gobbledy-gook that he'll never use. Does such a thing exist?
Robert Dawson lui répond.
The page numbers in a book 2009-02-10
Nichole pose la question :
It takes 852 digits to number the pages of a book consecutively. How many pages are there?
Penny Nom lui répond.
Overbooking flights 2008-07-10
DON pose la question :
Overbooking by Airlines This is a simplified version of calculations used by airlines when they overbook flights. They realize that a certain percentage of ticketed passengers will cancel at the last minute. Therefore, to avoid empty seats, they sell more tickets than there are seats, hoping that just about the right number of passengers show up. We will assume that the no-show rate is five percent. For a flight with 220 seats, the airline wants to find how sensitive various probabilities are to the number of tickets it issues. In particular, it wants to calculate
a) the probability that more than 225 passengers show up
b) the probability that more than 220 passengers show up
c) the probability that at least 215 seats will be filled
d) the probability that at least 210 seats will be filled.
To assess the benefits and drawbacks of issuing various numbers of tickets on an airline flight with 220 seats, create a table showing as many different scenarios as possible (table only on one page when printed) and use a second page for your analysis and recommendation to the airline. Which are the good cases, which are the bad cases for the airline?

Janice Cotcher lui répond.
Would you please recommend a book 2008-07-05
Calvin pose la question :
I never enjoyed and understood the point in doing maths at high school. At college I studied Engineering and the mathematics was never covered to the level that I wanted. I want to study and fully understand and master mathematics by myself, and hence I would like a recommendation on which mathematics book I should bye. I want to understand and master every concept from logic,reasoning,axioms to algebra,calculus up to and including the latest mathematical fields and concepts.

So would you please recommend a book or books which may help me.

Claude Tardif lui répond.
A word problem 2005-12-19
Karen pose la question :
A package designer wants to protect an expensive book with a 5 cm wide cardboard rim. The area of the rim is equal to the area of the book. What is the length of the book? (The book is square)
Penny Nom lui répond.
The price of a book 2004-09-18
Dorly pose la question :
If the number of toonies required to buy a book is nine more than the number of five-dollar bills required to buy the same book, determine the cost of the book.
Penny lui répond.
The product of the page numbers 2003-11-07
Morgan and Mom pose la question :
You open a book and the product of the page numbers is 12,656. What are your page numbers?
Penny Nom lui répond.
Jo's books 2003-04-07
Miguel pose la question :
Jo announces, "I have more than 999 books."
Jean says: "No Jo! You have fewer than 1,000 books."
Mary says: "Jo has at least 1 book."
Only one of these statements is true. How many books does Jo own?

Penny Nom lui répond.
The interrelations of the propositions in Euclid I 2002-10-01
Rob pose la question :
I'm a student at St. John's College in Santa Fe New Mexico, are school is devoted to the great books and we're now reading Euclid's Elements in english and Attic Greek. We have an assignment to show a frequency or flow chart of how all the propositions of book one are interrelated.
Chris Fisher lui répond.
Books and cars 2001-02-13
Aquilya pose la question :
  1. A pile of books is 96.08cm. If each book is 0.8cm thick. How many books are in th pile?

  2. 2. A car travels 9.84km on 0.6 litres of petrol. How far will the car travel on 3.7 litres of petrol?

Penny Nom lui répond.
Writing in Math 2000-06-05
Laurel pose la question :
How can I incorporate writing into my math curriculum?
Penny Nom lui répond.



Centrale des maths reçoit une aide financière de l’Université de Regina et de The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.



accueil centre de ressources accueil Société mathématique du Canada l'Université de Regina PIMS