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Please help me understand how to solve differential equations of the first order.

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Consider a circle, radius $a$, center at the origin. Let $P(x, y)$ be any point on the circle, and let the angle between $PO$ and the x-axis be $\theta$, then $x=a\cos\theta$ and $y=a\sin\theta$. These equations, which give the coordinates of any point on the curve in terms of $\theta$, are called parametric equations, and $\theta$ is called a parameter. Find the Cartesian equation of the locus given parametrically by the equations $x=\sin\theta$, $y=\sin2\theta$

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How do I solve systems of equations?

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Equations and Inequalities Task Background: Equations and inequalities are very useful in the real world. For example, when computing hours worked, there is a difference between working exactly 40 hours (equation = 40) or more than 40 hours (inequality > 40), if overtime is applicable. Scenario: You have just graduated college, and you have started your first project at your new job. Your boss informs you that you are responsible for the Equations and Inequalities sections of the project to ensure that the company is going to stay within some limits of cost. You have been asked to...

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Obtain parametric equations for the locus $y^2=x^3-x^2$.

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Algebra - Quadratic Equations and Limits A. The record for the fastest mile run by a person has been decreasing over time. Back around 1850, when record times were first record, the fastest mile time recorded was about 5 minutes. By around 1950, the fastest mile time recorded was about 4 minutes. Assume that the fastest mile time (run by a person) has been decreasing linearly over time since 1850. the function R(t) that models the (assume) linear decrease in the fastest timed mile records over time t, where t0 corresponds to 1850. This problem has two times. The years of record ...

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MATH 126 Week 2 Discussion 1 and 2 Week Two Discussion 1 This Discussion should be an eye opener for most students. We will look at our food shopping trends and how we spend our money. The outcomes should reveal some interesting facts. 1.Save a cash register receipt from a shopping trip to the food market, or borrow one from a family member or friend. The cost of four prepackaged food items that are sold by weight and the cost of at least three fresh fruits, or vegetables need to appear on the receipt. If you have no access to a receipt with these items, then you will need to go to...

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The roots of the equation $3x^2+4x-5=0$ are $\alpha$ and $\beta$. Find the values of (a) $\frac{1}{\alpha}+\frac{1}{\beta}$ (b) $\alpha^2+\beta^2$

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Find the equation of the regression line for the given data. Then construct a scatter plot of the data and draw the regression line. (The pair of variables have a significant correlation.) Then use the regression equation to predict the value of y for each of the given x-values, if meaningful. The number of hours 6 students spent for a test and their scores on that test are shown below. | | | | | | | | |-|-|-|-|-|-|-| | **Hours spent studying, x** | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 4 | 5 | | **Test score, y** | 42 | 47 | 52 | 50 | 62 | 69 | (a) x = 3 hours (b) x = 3.5 hours (c) x = 12 hours (d) x =...

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Let $P$ be any point and let $OP=r$, where $O$ is the origin and let $OP$ make an angle $\theta$ with the axis, then $r$ and $\theta$ are called Polar coordinates of the point $P$, and the coordinates may be written as $(r,\theta)$. Find the Cartesian equations of (b) $r\cos(\theta-\alpha)=p$

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You are given a uniform flexible chain whose mass is 5 kg and length is 5m, and a small frictionless pulley whose circumference is negligible compares to the length of the chain.  Initially the chain is hung over the pulley with nearly equal lengths on both sides, but just unequal enough so that the unstable equilibrium condition will let the chain start to move.  After some time, the longer end of the chain is a distance $l=4\,m$ down from the pulley's axle.  Find the acceleration $a$ of the chain when the chain is at this position.  Find the velocity of the $v$ of the chain...

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BUS 306 Systems of Linear Equations 1. Determine whether the lines will be perpendicular when graphed. 3x - 2y = 6 2x + 3y = 6 2. Alice's Restaurant has a total of 205 seats. The number of seats in the non-smoking section is 73 more than twice the number of seats in the smoking section. How many seats are in each section? 3. Solve the system of equations by the substitution method 4. Solve the system of equations 5. Ricks Paint Store sells a special shade of pink paint (Ricky's Blush) which can be made from red paint and white paint. The amount of red paint should...

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**MAT 116 Complete Course** **Week 1** **Discussion Questions** What is the difference between an equation and an expression? Include an example of each. Can you solve for a variable in an expression? Explain your answer. Can you solve for a variable in an equation? Explain your answer.  Write a mathematical phrase or sentence for your classmates to translate. What are the steps of the order of operations? Why is it important that you follow the steps rather than solve the problem from left to right? * Write an expression for your classmates to simplify using at least three of the...

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MAT 116 Complete Course Week 1 Discussion Questions What is the difference between an equation and an expression? Include an example of each. Can you solve for a variable in an expression? Explain your answer. Can you solve for a variable in an equation? Explain your answer. Write a mathematical phrase or sentence for your classmates to translate. What are the steps of the order of operations? Why is it important that you follow the steps rather than solve the problem from left to right? oWrite an expression for your classmates to simplify using at least three of the following:...

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**Systems of Linear Equations ** 1. Determine whether the lines will be perpendicular when graphed. 3x  -  2y = 6 2x  +  3y = 6 2. Alice's Restaurant has a total of  205 seats. The number of seats in the non-smoking section is 73 more than twice the number of seats in the smoking section. How many seats are in each section? 3. Solve the system of equations by the substitution method 4. Solve the system of equations 5. Ricks Paint Store sells a special shade of pink paint (Ricky's Blush) which can be made from red paint and white paint. The amount of red paint should be three...

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**BUS306 - Quantitative Reasoning - Systems of Linear Equations** 1. **1.** For this Session Long Project I want you to create a system of linear equations from your own life, it can be an extension of your module 2 SLP or something new entirely. Keep in mind that a system of linear equations will consist of two equations using the same variables and the variables will represent the same thing for both equations, i.e., if you use X as a variable in the first equation and X represents a number of Beers then you need to use X in the second equation and it needs to represent number of Beers...

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Basic Accounting Equations ACC 205 Basic Accounting Equations 1. Basic concepts. Jean's Marine Supply specializes in the sale of boating equipment and accessories. Identify the items that follow as an asset (A), liability (L), revenue (R), or expense (E) from the firm's viewpoint. a. The inventory of boating supplies owned by the company. (A) b. Monthly rental charges paid for store space. (L) c. A loan owed to Citizens Bank.(L) d. New computer equipment purchased to handle daily record keeping.(A) e. Daily sales made to customers.(R) f. Amounts due from customers.(R) g....

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Basic Accounting Equations ACC 205 Week One Exercise Assignment Basic Accounting Equations 1. Recognition of normal balances The following items appeared in the accounting records of Triguero's, a retail music store that also sponsors concerts. Classify each of the items as an asset, liability, revenue, or expense from the company's viewpoint. Also indicate the normal account balance of each item. Classification Normal Balance a. The albums, tapes, and CDs held for sale to...

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i.Explain how to apply elimination in solving a system of equations. ii.Explain how to apply substitution in solving a system of equations. iii.Demonstrate each technique in solving the system 1.3x + 9y = 12 2.5x - 4y = 3 Translate the following into a system of equations, then solve it: A customer walks into an electronics store and buys five MP3 players and eight sets of headphones, paying $840. A second customer buys three MP3 players and four sets of headphones, and pays$480. How much does an MP3 player cost? How much does a set of headphones cost? For the systems of linear...

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MATH 126 Week 3 Discussion 1 and 2 1.Week Three Discussion 1 This Discussion will concentrate on functions and graphs. Understanding the definitions of words is the essence of mathematics. When we understand the meaning of words, finding a solution is much easier because we know what task the problem is asking us to complete. Part 1 1.In your own words, define the word function. 2.Give your own example of a function using a set of at least 4 ordered pairs. The domain will be any four integers between 0 and +10. The range will be any four integers between -12 and 5. Your...

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Expectations As this is a fundamental "hands on" course, it is expected that you master these basic calulation and problem solving exercises. Then it is expected that you demonstrate how these topics apply to the real world / healthcare setting. Systems of Equations 1. Solve the following problems for X and Y in these two system equations, and for X and Y and Z, in these three system equations. 2. Fill the table, but MAKE SURE you show all your work step by step, below the table, so you may get partial credit even if your final answer is wrong. 3. Fill table 1 (worth...

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Accounting Equations Paper ACC 300 The accounting equation is a formula that represents the relationship between the assets, liabilities, and owner's equity of a small business. Businesses use this to basically show what it owns what it owes and what its investors are investing. In order to understand these concepts it is important to have some knowledge of what is meant by each of the three basic components mentioned. "Assets refer to the worth of goods or products in the possession of the owner. Liabilities represent the amount of cash or resources that were borrowed in order to...

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MATH133 UNIT 2: Quadratic Equations Individual Project Assignment: Version 2A Name (Required): __________________________________________________ Show all of your work details for these calculations. Please review this Web site to see how to type mathematics using the keyboard symbols. Handwritten scanned work is not acceptable for AIU Online. Problem 1: Modeling Profit for a Business IMPORTANT: See Question 3 below. This is mandatory. Remember that the standard form for the quadratic function equation is y f (x) ax2 bx c and the vertex form is y f (x) a(x - h) 2 k, where (h,...

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Find the equation of the bisectors of the angles between the lines $4x+3y-12=0$ and $y=3x$.

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SOLUTIONS: Module 3 - Case Here are the problems in the table 1 solved, and with work shown 100% CORRECT Expectations 1. As this is a fundamental "hands on" course, it is expected that you master these basic calulation and problem solving exercises. 2. Then it is expected that you demonstrate how these topics apply to the real world / healthcare setting. Systems of Equations 1. Solve the following problems for X and Y in these two system equations, and for X and Y and Z, in these three system equations. 2. Fill the table, but MAKE SURE you show all your work step by step,...

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Relations and Functions In this discussion, you will be assigned two equations with which you will then do a variety of math work having to do with mathematical functions. Read the following instructions in order and view the example to complete this discussion: Find your two equations in the list below based on the last letter of your last name. If the last letter of your last name isOn pages 708 711, solve the following problems A or B22 and 30 C or D24 and 32 E or F26 and 34 G or H28 and 36 I or J12 and 46 K or L14 and 48 M or N16 and 50 O or P18 and 52 Q or R20 and...

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This problem is solved using the letter F In this discussion, you will solve quadratic equations by two main methods: factoring and using the Quadratic Formula. Read the following instructions in order and view the example to complete this discussion: Find the problems assigned to you in the table below. If the third letter of your last name isOn page 636, solve the following problem by factoringSolve the following problem by using the Quadratic Formula A or L4648 on p. 646 B or K8846 on p. 646 C or J8444 on p. 646 D or I1020 on p. 646 E or H818 on p. 646 F or G616 on p. 646...

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MAT 116 Week 3 DQs Discussion Questions Why does the inequality sign change when both sides are multiplied or divided by a negative number? Does this happen with equations? Why or why not? Write an inequality for your classmates to solve. In your inequality, use both the multiplication and addition properties of inequalities. Consider solving your classmates inequalities. Explain how you arrived at your answers. Also, help other students who may be having difficulty solving inequalities. Ask clarifying questions if you need additional assistance. How do you know if a value is a...

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1. Use a combination of Algebraic and Graphical techniques to determine **all** the solutions of the function:       **_f_**(x) = 2**x**5 ?3 **x**4 ?41x3+ 94**x**2 90**x + 200** 2. Divide the polynomial: by:    **(Show your work)** 3. How long will it take an investment of $35,000 to quadruple, if interest is compounded monthly at 3.25%? 4. The population of an island in the Pacific was 21,500 in 2001 and 27,300 in the year 2008. Use the exponential unconstrained growth model to estimate the population in the year 2015. State any qualifications that apply to your... Answered 3 years ago by 5xum 1 answers and 367 views **MAT 126 Week 2** MAT 126 Week 2 Quiz Assignments Following completion of your weekly readings, read Are You Sure Its Fat Free? on page 236 of Mathematics in Our World. Gather three of your favorite packaged foods; perhaps one from each: breakfast, lunch and dinner. Use the model explained in the Are You Sure Its Fat Free? to analyze, through the mathematical formula explained, the fat content and protein content from your foods. To analyze the protein content use 4 calories per gram of protein, rather than the 9 calories for grams of fat. The assignment must include (a) all math... Answered 3 years ago by Euler 1 answers and 129 views MATH 126 Week 2 MAT 126 Week 2 Quiz Assignments Following completion of your weekly readings, read Are You Sure Its Fat Free? on page 236 of Mathematics in Our World. Gather three of your favorite packaged foods; perhaps one from each: breakfast, lunch and dinner. Use the model explained in the Are You Sure Its Fat Free? to analyze, through the mathematical formula explained, the fat content and protein content from your foods. To analyze the protein content use 4 calories per gram of protein, rather than the 9 calories for grams of fat. The assignment must include (a) all math... Asked 3 years ago by Tonya 0 answers and 2 views MAT 116 Week 4 Appendix D Assignment: Solving Inequalities and Graphing Equations Resource: Appendix D, MyMathLab Due Date: Day 7 [Assignments Section and MyMathLab] Complete Appendix D to apply skills learned in Ch. 2 & 3 to a real-life situation. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical equations and expression in Appendix D. Asked 3 years ago by Tonya 0 answers and 0 views MAT 116 Week 4 Exercise: Week Four Concept Check Due Date: Day 4 [Assignments Section] Post your 50-word response to the following: Explain in your own words why the line x = 4 is a vertical line. Assignment: Solving Inequalities and Graphing Equations Resource: Appendix D, MyMathLab Due Date: Day 7 [Assignments Section and MyMathLab] Complete Appendix D to apply skills learned in Ch. 2 & 3 to a real-life situation. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical equations and expression in Appendix D. Asked 3 years ago by Tonya 0 answers and 0 views **MAT 116 Week 2 Appendix C Starting a Business** Assignment: Expressions and Equations * Resource: Appendix C, MyMathLab® * Due Date: Day 7 [Assignments Section and MyMathLab®]. * **Complete** Appendix C to apply the skills learned in Ch. 1 and Sections 2.1-2.6 of Ch. 2 to a real-life situation. * Use Equation Editor to write mathematical equations and expression in Appendix C. Answered 6 years ago by lancer 1 answers and 437 views MAT 116 Week 2 Appendix C Starting a Business Assignment: Expressions and Equations Resource: Appendix C, MyMathLab Due Date: Day 7 [Assignments Section and MyMathLab]. Complete Appendix C to apply the skills learned in Ch. 1 and Sections 2.1-2.6 of Ch. 2 to a real-life situation. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical equations and expression in Appendix C. Asked 3 years ago by Tonya 0 answers and 1 views MAT 116 Week 2 Exercise: Week Two Concept Check Due Date: Day 4 [Assignments Section] Post your 50-word response to the following: How do you know when an equation has infinitely many solutions? How do you know when an equation has no solution? Assignment: Expressions and Equations Resource: Appendix C, MyMathLab Due Date: Day 7 [Assignments Section and MyMathLab]. Complete Appendix C to apply the skills learned in Ch. 1 and Sections 2.1-2.6 of Ch. 2 to a real-life situation. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical equations and expression in Appendix C. Asked 3 years ago by Tonya 0 answers and 2 views MAT 116 Week 8 Appendix F Buying a Home Assignment: Systems of Equations and Inequalities Resource: Appendix F and MyMathLab Due Date: Day 7 [Assignments Section and MyMathLab] Complete Appendix F to apply the skills learned in Ch. 8 (8.1-8.4) & 9 (9.1, 9.2, and 9.4). Use Equation Editor to write mathematical equations and expressions in Appendix F. Asked 3 years ago by Tonya 0 answers and 0 views MAT 116 Week 8 Exercise: Week Eight Concept Check Due Date: Day 4 [Assignments Section] Post your response to the following: Describe what the graph of interval [-4,10] looks like. Assignment: Systems of Equations and Inequalities Resource: Appendix F and MyMathLab Due Date: Day 7 [Assignments Section and MyMathLab] Complete Appendix F to apply the skills learned in Ch. 8 (8.1-8.4) & 9 (9.1, 9.2, and 9.4). Use Equation Editor to write mathematical equations and expressions in Appendix F. Asked 3 years ago by Tonya 0 answers and 1 views Week Two Discussion 2 This Discussion will help us learn to develop our own mathematical models, write down the equations and then solve the equations for unknown values using algebraic methods. 1. Refer back to Week One Discussion and use the names and ages of yourself and the other two people you selected. Make sure one is older than you and one is younger than you. 2. In years, how old was the older person when you were born? 3. Write an equation that models how old in years each of you will be, when your ages add up to 150 years old. For example, if x your age and the eldest... Answered 3 years ago by hellothereson 1 answers and 1 views Solve the following equation$5x^2-6x-2=0$Answered 2 years ago by chegendungu 1 answers and 10 views MAT 275 Spring 2015 Week 7 Correct Answers: -19 0 Correct Answers: -13 -9 Correct Answers: -10 -6 -10 -2 0 0 Correct Answers: 8 -8 22 -11 -19 -13 17 13 25 0 -18 12 -14 -6 -28 8 -9 20 5. (1 pt) Match the differential equations and their vector valued function solutions: It will be good practice to multiply at least one solution out fully, to make sure that you know how to do it, but you can get the other answers quickly by process of elimination and just multiply out one row... Answered 3 years ago by jacob 1 answers and 3 views The roots of the equation$2x^2-7x+4=0$are$\alpha$,$\beta$. Find an equation with integral coefficients whose roots are$\frac{\alpha}{\beta}$,$\frac{\beta}{\alpha}$. Answered 2 years ago by chegendungu 1 answers and 22 views FIN 324 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment Key ?Financial Relationships Paper Introduction This Paper will compare and contrast the three major financial statements between eBay and Microsoft it will also give a brief detail of each statement of how and why they are beneficiary to each other. In addition, this paper will give the three key components of the basic accounting equations and how they are interpreted on each company financial statement as well as how and why they affect their company's end of the fiscal year earning. Finally, this paper will discuss why control techniques... Answered 3 years ago by solarc 1 answers and 0 views Another Mendelsohn game. Two players simultaneously choose an integer between 1 and n inclusive, where n 5. If the numbers are equal there is no payout. The player that chooses a number one larger than that chosen by his opponent wins 2. The player that chooses a number two or more larger than that chosen by his opponent loses 1. (a) Set up the game matrix. (b) It turns out that the optimal strategy satises pi > 0 for i = 1; : : : ; 5, and pi = 0 for all other i. Solve for the optimal p. (It is not too dicult since you can argue that p1 = p5 and p2 = p4 by symmetry of the... Answered 3 years ago by SubjectWiz 1 answers and 11 views Let$P$be any point and let$OP=r$, where$O$is the origin and let$OP$make an angle$\theta$with the axis, then$r$and$\theta$are called Polar coordinates of the point$P$, and the coordinates may be written as$(r,\theta)$. Find the Cartesian equations of (a)$r=a(1+2\cos\theta)$, Answered 2 years ago by chegendungu 1 answers and 7 views A+ SOLUTIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS Trigonometric Functions and Graphs Applications of Trigonometric Functions Trig Functions & Graphs Unit Assignment The following questions are to be answered with full solutions. Be sure to focus on proper mathematical form, including: Assessment OF Learning: Trig Functions & Graphs Unit Assignment 1.Determine the period, amplitude and phase shift for each given function: (12 marks) a.y = -4 cos 3x + 5 b.y = - 10 c.y = -0.38 tan d. 2.For the function between x = 0 and x = 2 : (6 marks) a.For what value(s) of x does y have its... Asked 3 years ago by Euler 0 answers and 2 views Acc 280 Financial Analysis Coca Cola and PepsiCo My analysis on this paper was derived from this year's numbers of both companies because I wasn't able to get their averages because of data limitations. My paper contains information about the attempt I made in analyzing the biggest corporation in the beverage industry and these are PepsiCo, Inc. and The Coca-Cola Company. The type of analysis I did was vertical analysis which others may know of as a common-size analysis. Using this technique means that every item in the financial statement is expressed as one part of another base... Answered 3 years ago by solarc 1 answers and 4 views ACC 205 (Principles of Accounting) Week 1 Week 1 DQ 1 (Account Means) As you have learned in this week’s readings the Accounting Equation is Assets = Liabilities + Owners’ Equity. Is the accounting equation true in all instances? Provide sample transactions from your own experiences to demonstrate the validity of the Accounting Equation. Week 1 DQ2 (Accounting Equation) What does the term account mean? What are the different classifications of accounts? How do the rules for debits and credits impact accounts? Please provide an example of how debits and credits... Answered 3 years ago by Cramster 1 answers and 5 views Week 3 discussion 1. This Discussion will concentrate on functions and graphs. Understanding the definitions of words is the essence of mathematics. When we understand the meaning of words, finding a solution is much easier because we know what task the problem is asking us to complete. **Part 1** In your own words, define the word function. Give your own example of a function using a set of at least 4 ordered pairs. The **domain** will be any four integers between 0 and +10. The **range** will be any four integers between -12 and 5. **Your example should not be the same as those... Answered 5 years ago by bhdrkn 1 answers and 530 views This Discussion will concentrate on functions and graphs. Understanding the definitions of words is the essence of mathematics. When we understand the meaning of words, finding a solution is much easier because we know what task the problem is asking us to complete. **Part 1** In your own words, define the word function. Give your own example of a function using a set of at least 4 ordered pairs. The **domain** will be any four integers between 0 and +10. The **range** will be any four integers between -12 and 5. **Your example should not be the same as those of other students or the... Answered 6 years ago by lancer 1 answers and 500 views A+ SOLUTIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS Law of Exponents Unit Summatives Law of Exponents Unit Assignment Summative: Law of Exponents Unit Assignment 1.Find the value of each of the following. Leave your answers as fractions where appropriate. Do not change bases. (4 marks) a. b.10-10log3 c.2log39 d.log332x 2.Write the expression as a logarithm of a single quantity. (4 marks) a. b. 3.Write an expression for the following using a sum, difference and/or multiple of logarithms. (4 marks) a. b. 4.Complete the following: a.Find the slope of the secant to the... Asked 3 years ago by Euler 0 answers and 0 views Answer the question and solve the problems below. Make sure you show all your work so you can get partial credit even if you get the final answer wrong. 1. What is a system of equations? 2. Solve for X and Y in the following problems using either substitution or elimination methods. Make sure you show all your work so you can get partial credit even if your final answer is wrong. a. X + Y = 10 , 3X + Y = 12 b. 2X + 5Y = 19 , 3X + 3Y = 15 c. 4X + Y = 22 , 2X + 3Y = 16 d. 12X + Y = 174 , 8X - 2Y = 36 2. Suppose Bob owns 2,000 shares of Company X and 10,000... Answered 3 years ago by Euler 1 answers and 4 views A teacher is looking for the best option in purchasing school supplies for a classroom. Company A is offering a discount for every dollar amount spent; Company B is offering a higher discount than Company A, but the discount is applicable only for every dollar amount spent above$20. Determine which company will offer a better price based upon the dollar amount the teacher spends on school supplies. **Task:** A.  Introduce the problem by doing the following: 1.  Describe the selected real-world scenario. 2.  Explain the needs of the hypothetical customer. 3.  Discuss **two**...

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Appendix F Buying a Home For most people, buying a house is a great investment that can offer security in an uncertain world, but buying a house is also a commitment. Application Practice Answer the following questions. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical expressions and equations. First, save this file to your hard drive by selectingSave Asfrom theFilemenu. Click the white space below each question to maintain proper formatting. you are in the market for a new home and are interested in a new housing community under construction in a different city. a)The...

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Project 1 Shantae Lovett MAT 126 Instructor: Farshad Foroozan September 4, 2012 For this project I will try my best to solve these equations. With solving these equations I will be using a method that came from India called quadratic equations. (a) Move the constant term to the right side of the equation. X2 - 2x - 13 0 X2 - 2x - 13 13 013 X2 - 2x 0 0 13 X2 - 2x 0 13 X2 - 2x 13 (b) Multiply each term in the equation by four times the coefficient of the x2 term. X2 - 2x 13 (4*1) * (x2 - 2x 13) 4 * (x2 - 2x 13) 4 * x2 (4) * (- 2x) ...

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**MAT 126 Week 3** MAT 126 Week 3 Quiz Assignments Following completion of your weekly readings, complete the exercises in the Projects section on page 331 of Mathematics in Our World. You should be concise in your reasoning. For Project #1, work only equations (a) and (c), but complete all 6 steps (a-f) as shown in the example.   For Project #2, please select at least five numbers; 0 (zero), two even, and two odd. Make sure you organize your paper into separate projects. The assignment must include (a) all math work required to answer the problems as well as (b) introduction...

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MATH 126 Week 3 MAT 126 Week 3 Quiz Assignments Following completion of your weekly readings, complete the exercises in the Projects section on page 331 of Mathematics in Our World. You should be concise in your reasoning. For Project #1, work only equations (a) and (c), but complete all 6 steps (a-f) as shown in the example. For Project #2, please select at least five numbers; 0 (zero), two even, and two odd. Make sure you organize your paper into separate projects. The assignment must include (a) all math work required to answer the problems as well as (b) introduction...

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**MAT 117 All DQs** **Week 1** **Discussion Questions** Explain three rules for exponents listed in the chart on p. 239 (section 4.2) and give an example illustrating each of these rules. Do not explain the first two definitions listed in the table (Exponent of 1 or 0) or the scientific notation. Create an expression for your classmates to solve that uses at least one of the rules for exponents you have described. Consider responding to your classmates by assisting them in solving the problem you created, developing their explanations of the rules of exponents, or describing real-life...

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**MAT 126 Week 3 DQs** Week Three Discussion 1 This Discussion will concentrate on functions and graphs. Understanding the definitions of words is the essence of mathematics. When we understand the meaning of words, finding a solution is much easier because we know what task the problem is asking us to complete. Part 1 In your own words, define the word function. Give your own example of a function using a set of at least 4 ordered pairs. The domain will be any four integers between 0 and +10. The range will be any four integers between -12 and 5. Your example should not be the...

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MAT 116 Week 7 DQs Discussion Questions Systems of equations can be solved by graphing or by using substitution or elimination. What are the pros and cons of each method? Which method do you like best? Why? What circumstances would cause you to use a different method? Consider responding to your classmates by indicating pros and cons they may not have considered or persuading them to see the value of the method you like best (if you chose different methods). Describe situations in which you might use their methods of solving. Review examples 2, 3, and 4 in section 8.4 of the text. How...

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SECTION 6.1 Exercise 4Use Substitution to solve First solve Insert solution for 1 into equation 2, Solution is Exercise 6 Use Substitution to solve First solve Insert solution for 2 into equation 1, Solution is Exercise 10Use Elimination to solve Add the equations together Solution is Exercise 14Use Elimination to solve Multiply the first equation by -3 Add the equations together. This is false. Exercise 20 Profit for each venue will be about 958,300 in 51.8 Weeks Multiply the 2nd equation by -1; Add and solve for x (weeks) To find...

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Chapter 10 and 11 Name QNT 561 Week 6 Ch. 10 of Statistics for Business and Economics 10.2 a) , Since Therefore the Slope 1 and y-intercept 0 b) , Since Therefore the Slope -1 and y-intercept 3 c) , Since Therefore the Slope 0.2 and y-intercept 1.2 d) , Since Therefore the Slope and y-intercept 10.3 Two equations can be written as: Solving two equations gives us Therefore the equation of the line is 10.4 a) If the line passes through (1,1) - , similarly, for (5,5) - Solving...

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**MAT 117 Week 7 DQs** How do you know if a quadratic equation will have one, two, or no solutions? How do you find a quadratic equation if you are only given the solution? Is it possible to have different quadratic equations with the same solution? Provide your classmate's with one or two solutions with which they must create a quadratic equation. Quadratic equations may be solved by graphing, using the quadratic formula, completing the square, and factoring. What are the pros and cons of each of these methods? When might each method be most appropriate? Which method do you prefer?...

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The Inverse Comp Jason Villanueva MAT 222: Intermediate Algebra Instructor: David Cook November 7, 2014 Composition and Inverse When working on math compositions, invers functions and transformations are very useful tools to utilize. They can be used to solve specific types of equations. Below, I will utilize the steps needed to solve for the given equations. The first step is to define the functions. The following functions are defined as: Now that we are aware of each functions and have defined them, we begin the process to solve them. First we have to solve Given...

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**Buying a Home** For most people, buying a house is a great investment that can offer security in an uncertain world, but buying a house is also a commitment. **Application Practice** Answer the following questions. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical expressions and equations. First, save this file to your hard drive by selecting **Save As** from the **File** menu. Click the white space below each question to maintain proper formatting. 1\. Suppose you are in the market for a new home and are interested in a new housing community under construction in a different city. The...

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Simplify the algebraic expression 5xy - 3yz - 5xz + yz - 4xz + 7xy and evaluate it for x = 10, y = -4, z = -6. Identify the variables, constants, and coefficients in the simplified expression.   Simplify the algebraic expression 6z + 1 + 4x2 - 3y3 + 7x - 8y2 + 2x2 - x + 5z - 17 and evaluate it for x = -2, y = -3, z = -5. Identify the variables, constants, and coefficients in the simplified expression. **Translate the following problems into algebraic equations.  It is not required that you solve the equations; simply translate them.  Identify the variables, constants,...

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Simplify the algebraic expression 2x - 3y - 7y + 4x - 5 and evaluate it for x = 10, y = 4. Identify the variables, constants, and coefficients in the simplified expression.   Simplify the algebraic expression 7x2 - 4y + 3x2 + 5y + 2 and evaluate it for x = 3, y = 9. Identify the variables, constants, and coefficients in the simplified expression.   Translate the following problems into algebraic equations.  It is not required that you solve the equations; simply translate them.  **Identify the variables, constants, and coefficients in each equation. Make equations with...

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Solve the following equations for the unknown.   1. (2 points)   6.2(x - 15.1) = 9.3(-x - 3.2)   2. (2 points)   x/3 - 7/8 = 2/5(x + 15/4)   Graph the following equations; calculate the slope, x-intercept, and y-intercept, and label the intercepts on the graph.   3. (5 points)   7.1x - 3.9y = 1.4   4. (5 points)   3x = -2   5. (5 points)   4.2x + 3.8y = 1.9   6. (5 points) A semiconductor manufacturer seeks to maximize its profits.  Testing indicates that they can produce 100,000 chips per week at a cost of $40 per chip, and sell them for$65 per chip. ...

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Expectations Module 5 Case 1. As this is a fundamental "hands on" course, it is expected that you master these basic calulation and problem solving exercises. 2. Then it is expected that you demonstrate how these topics apply to the real world / healthcare setting. The Assignment The problems below follow closely the examples shown in the background materials. Complete these problems showing your work and turn them in by the end of the Module. 1. Convert the following equations into logarithmic form: a. 9 = 5x b. 3 = 7y c. 5 = 9y d. X = 3y 2....

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Week 7 Discussion Questions 1. Systems of equations can be solved by graphing or by using substitution or elimination. What are the pros and cons of each method? Graphing 1. Pro -you can see geometrically how solutions are found. 2. Pro- useful when approximate answers are needed. 3. Pro -We can solve inconsistent systems with graphs that are parallel lines and systems of dependent equations that are the same line. 1. Con- If the solution does not involve integers or is too large to be seen on the graph, it is impossible to tell exactly what the solutions are. 2. It is...

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**Fueling Up** Motorists often complain about rising gas prices. Some motorists purchase fuel efficient vehicles and participate in trip reduction plans, such as carpooling and using alternative transportation. Other drivers try to drive only when necessary. Application Practice Answer the following questions. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical expressions and equations. First, save this file to your hard drive by selecting Save As from the File menu. Click the white space below each question to maintain proper formatting. 1\. Suppose you are at the gas station filling...

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FINANCE FIN564 - 6 Threaded Discussions "Please Read Directions Carefully:" 6 Threaded Discussions: The answer must be a paragraph that has "5 sentences or more" per question. This is Not a paper. "Place answer and references/ and or website UNDER EACH QUESTION." And no plagiarism please. Questions: 1) Discuss the major risks that U.S. financial institutions face which could lead to major profit and solvency issues. 2) Since we do not have to limit ourselves to the US only, we can also compare those risks with risks FI face in the EU? 3) What ratios are most important as far as mortgage...

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MAT 116 Week 5 DQs Discussion Questions What similarities and differences do you see between functions and linear equations studied in Ch. 3? Are all linear equations functions? Is there an instance when a linear equation is not a function? Support your answer. Create an equation of a nonlinear function and provide two inputs for your classmates to evaluate. What is the difference between domain and range? Describe a real-life situation that could be modeled by a function. Describe the values for x that may not be appropriate values even when they are defined by your classmates...

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Answer following questions showing your work for all problems. Part I Describe in words the graph of each of these curves below. Include in your description the shape, along with other possible relevant information such as length, width, and center points. a. Y = 3X2 b. (X-1)2 + (Y-8)2 = 16 c. (X+2)2 + (Y-4)2 = 36 d. Y = X2 + X Part II Find the equation for each of the following items below: a. A line that passes through (6,26) and has a slope of 3. b. A line that passes though the points (5,5) and (10,20) c. A line that passes through (9,25) and has a slope of...

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**Starting a Business** Starting your own business can be exciting and daunting at the same time. Businesses use math when managing finances, determining production levels, designing products and packaging, and monitoring labor. A bakery can be a highly profitable and rewarding business. During this activity, you will apply the skills from Ch. 1 & 2 to navigate some of the issues facing bakery owners. **Initial Budget:** \$80,000 loan from family \$38,250 small business loan from bank All loans to be repaid in 10 years **Application Practice** Answer the following questions. Use...

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**Polynomials** Retail companies must keep close track of their operations to maintain profitability. Often, the sales data of each individual product is analyzed separately, which can be used to help set pricing and other sales strategies. **Application Practice** Answer the following questions. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical expressions and equations. First, save this file to your hard drive by selecting **Save As** from the Filemenu. Click the white space below each question to maintain proper formatting. 1. In this problem, we analyze the profit found for sales...

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Which of the following is incorrect with respect to the use of models in decision making? they improve understanding of the problem they promote subjectivity in decision making they are generally easy to use they provide a systematic approach to problem solving   It's often \___\___\___\___ to validate that the results of a simulation truly replicate reality. easy difficult impossible out of the question   The maximax criterion results in the maximum of the minimum payoffs maximum of the maximum payoffs mnimum of the maximum payoffs minimum of the minimum payoffs   A...

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Find the equilibrium vector for the transition matrix below $$\begin{bmatrix}0.4 & 0.4 & 0.2\\\\0.2 & 0.2 & 0.6 \\\\ 0.4 & 0.3 & 0.3\end{bmatrix}$$

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Bus 308 A) By using the Central Limit Theorem with the sample being greater than 30 we can assume that the distribution and shape of x will be normally distributed. B) Mean 20 (no equations as it was given) 4/ 64 4/8 0.5 Standard Deviation C) Z (21-20) / (4/ 64) (1/0.5) 2 P .0228 D) Z ( - 20) / (4/ 64) P A) Z ( - 0.3)/?(0.3(1 - 0.3)/1011) P (p' ) P (z ) B) If we set the a to anything below the claims can be refuted but on the other hand if we set it above than the claims would be true so the claims can neither be refuted or true . 8.8 A) N 100...

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Bus 308 Week 2 Assignments A) By using the Central Limit Theorem with the sample being greater than 30 we can assume that the distribution and shape of x will be normally distributed. B) Mean 20 (no equations as it was given) 4/ 64 4/8 0.5 Standard Deviation C) Z (21-20) / (4/ 64) (1/0.5) 2 P .0228 D) Z ( - 20) / (4/ 64) P A) Z ( - 0.3)/?(0.3(1 - 0.3)/1011) P (p' ) P (z ) B) If we set the a to anything below the claims can be refuted but on the other hand if we set it above than the claims would be true so the claims can neither be refuted or true...

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ACC 205 Week 1 Exercise Assignment 1200 Words Basic Accounting Equations 1. Recognition of normal balances The following items appeared in the accounting records of Triguero's, a retail music store that also sponsors concerts. Classify each of the items as an asset, liability, revenue, or expense from the company's viewpoint. Also indicate the normal account balance of each item. a. The albums, tapes, and CDs held for sale to customers. b. A long-term loan owed to Citizens Bank. c. Promotional costs to publicize a concert. d. Daily sales of merchandise sold, e. Amounts due from...

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**Radicals** **Application Practice** Answer the following questions. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical expressions and equations. First, save this file to your hard drive by selecting **Save As** from the File menu. Click the white space below each question to maintain proper formatting. Hint: Pay attention to the units of measure. You may have to convert from feet to miles several times in this assignment. You can use 1 mile = 5,280 feet for your conversions. 1. Many people know that the weight of an object varies on different planets, but did you know that the weight...

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Axia College Material Appendix E Radicals Application Practice Answer the following questions. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical expressions and equations. First, save this file to your hard drive by selecting Save As from the File menu. Click the white space below each question to maintain proper formatting. Hint: Pay attention to the units of measure. You may have to convert from feet to miles several times in this assignment. You can use 1 mile = 5,280 feet for your conversions. Many people know that the weight of an object varies on different planets, but did...

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Assignment 4 Michelle D. Griner MAT540 - Professor Johnson Strayer University Formulate a linear programming model for Julia that will help you to advise her if she should lease the booth. Formulate the model for the first home game. Explain how you derived the profit function and constraints and show any calculations that allow you to arrive at those equations. Let, X1 No of pizza slices, X2 No of hot dogs, X3 No of barbeque sandwiches Objective function co-efficient: The objective is to maximize total profit. Profit is calculated for each variable by subtracting cost from the...

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Assignment 4 Michelle D. Griner MAT540 - Professor Johnson Strayer University Formulate a linear programming model for Julia that will help you to advise her if she should lease the booth. Formulate the model for the first home game. Explain how you derived the profit function and constraints and show any calculations that allow you to arrive at those equations. Let, X1 No of pizza slices, X2 No of hot dogs, X3 No of barbeque sandwiches Objective function co-efficient: The objective is to maximize total profit. Profit is calculated for each variable by subtracting cost from the...

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Task , 11, 12 Western Governors University Task 2: QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS & Decision-Making Models X Y Flavor 6 12 Nutrient 7.5 7.5 Color 15 6 The maximum allowable for each of the parts of the equation are listed as: Nutrient Units, Flavor 72 Units and Color 90 Units. Number of units of N used must be less than or equal to units Number of units of F used must be less than or equal to 72 units Number of units of C used must be less than or equal to 90 units Variables: X Number of units of brand X Y ...

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Unit 2: Equations - Instructor Graded Project You must show your work on all problems. You may type your answer right into this document. Total points for project: 45 points. Projects must be submitted as a Microsoft Word document and uploaded to the Dropbox for Unit 2. All Projects are due by Tuesday at 11:59 PM ET of the assigned Unit. NOTE: Project problems should not be posted to the Discussion threads. Questions on the project problems should be addressed to the instructor by sending an email or by attending office hours. Part I. Basic Computations 1. A...

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Unit 2: Equations - Project You must show your work on all problems. You may type your answer right into this document. Total points for project: 45 points. Projects must be submitted as a Microsoft Word document and uploaded to the Dropbox for Unit 1. All Projects are due by Tuesday at 11:59 PM ET of the assigned Unit. NOTE: Project problems should not be posted to the Discussion threads. Questions on the project problems should be addressed to the instructor by sending an email or by attending office hours. Part I. Basic Computations 1. A discount store sold...

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MIDTERM EXAM These are the automatically computed results of your exam. Grades for essay questions, and comments from your instructor, are in the "Details" section below. Date Taken: 5/6/2011 Time Spent: 39 min , 49 secs Points Received: 200 / 200 (100%) Question Type: # Of Questions: # Correct: True/False 17 17 Multiple Choice 23 23 Grade Details 1. Question : A _________ period of real time is represented by a __________ period of simulated time. Student Answer: short / short short / long long / short long / long...

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MAT 116 Week 6 Appendix E Fueling Up Equation Editor Assignment: Functions and their Graphs Resource: Appendix E, MyMathLab Due Date: Day 7 [Assignments Section and MyMathLab] Complete Appendix E to apply the skills learned in Ch. 7 to a real-life situation. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical expressions and equations in Appendix E.

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MAT 116 Week 6 Exercise: Week Six Concept Check Due Date: Day 4 [Assignments Section] Post your 50-word response to the following: How can you determine if two lines are perpendicular? Assignment: Functions and their Graphs Resource: Appendix E, MyMathLab Due Date: Day 7 [Assignments Section and MyMathLab] Complete Appendix E to apply the skills learned in Ch. 7 to a real-life situation. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical expressions and equations in Appendix E.

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(II-30 1). Consider the game with matrix (a) Note that this game has a saddle point. (b) Show that the inverse of the matrix exists. (c) Show that II has an optimal strategy giving positive weight to each of his columns. (d) Why then, don't equations (16) give an optimal strategy for II? Consider the diagonal matrix game with matrix (18). (a) Suppose one of the diagonal terms is zero. What is the value of the game? (b) Suppose one of the diagonal terms is positive and another is negative. What is the value of the game? (c) Suppose all diagonal terms are negative. What is the...

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Unit 2: Instructor Graded Assignment Equations In this and future Instructor Graded Assignments you will be asked to use the answers you found in the Unit 1 Assignment. Note: For these questions you need to cite a reliable source for information, which means you cannot use sites like Wikipedia, , and Yahoo answers. If you do use those sites the instructor may award 0 points for your response. The Assignment problems must have the work shown at all times. The steps for solving the problems must be explained. Failure to do so could result in your submission being given...

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MAT 540 QUIZ 1 Question 1 Probabilistic techniques assume that no uncertainty exists in model parameters. Answer True False 2 points Question 2 Fixed cost is the difference between total cost and total variable cost. Answer True False 2 points Question 3 Parameters are known, constant values that are usually coefficients of variables in equations. Answer True False 2 points Question 4 If variable costs increase, but price and fixed costs are held constant, the break even point will decrease. Answer True False 2 points Question 5 If...

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A \___\___\_____ probability is the probability that two or more events that are not mutually exclusive can occur simultaneously. joint marginal subjective binomial In a given experiment the probabilities of mutually exclusive events sum to 0.5 1 none of the above Objective probabilities that can be stated prior to the occurrence of an event are subjective a priori classical or a priori none of the above Variable costs are independent of volume and remain constant. True False Total cost equal the fixed cost plus the variable cost per unit divided by volume....

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A basketball player 2.0 m tall want to make a basket from a distance of 9.0 m.  The hoop is at a height of 3.0 m.  If he shoot the ball (from a height of 2.0 m) at a 30o angle, at what initial speed must he throw the basketball so that it goes through the hoop without striking the backboard?  Neglect air friction, the acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s2.

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A basketball player 2.0 m tall want to make a basket from a distance of 9.0 m.  The hoop is at a height of 3.0 m.  If he shoot the ball (from a height of 2.0 m) at a 30o angle, at what initial speed must he throw the basketball so that it goes through the hoop without striking the backboard?  Neglect air friction, the acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s2.

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A+ SOLUTIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS Trigonometric Functions and Graphs Graphing Trigonometric Equations Unit Summative Assessment The following questions are to be answered with full solutions. Be sure to focus on proper mathematical form, including: Assessment OF Learning: Trig Functions Mid Unit Assignment 1.Using proper graphing techniques, graph the functions given below. Be sure to show all work. (12 marks) a.y = 3cos2x + 1 for 0 table below you are asked to find the slope of the secant to the function f(x) = tan2x + 1 between two points. Note that the x-coordinate...

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Mat/117 Week 8 MAT 117 Week 8 CONCEPT APPLICATION Answer the following questions. Use Equation Editor or MathType when writing mathematical expressions or equations. Points will be deducted if a math editor is not used to properly format your work. First, download and save this file to your hard drive by selecting Save As from the File menu. Save with the filename: yourLastnameFirstnameMat117Week8CA. Click the 3rd column to enter your work, the rows will automatically expand as you enter text. Attach your completed document and post to the Assignments Section. # Show your work and...

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Mat 117 Week 2 Written Assignment 1 Answer the following questions. First, save this file to your hard drive by selecting Save As from the File menu. Click the white space below each question to maintain proper formatting. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical expressions and equations. Show your work (calculations and explanation) for every problem. The credit will not be given if work is not shown. Problem #1 (10 points) Business and finance. The cost, in dollars, of typing a term paper is given as 3 times the number of pages plus 20. Use y as the number of pages to be typed...

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ACC 205 (Principles of Accounting) Week 1 Week 1 DQ 1(Account Means) As you have learned in this week’s readings the Accounting Equation is Assets = Liabilities + Owners’ Equity. Is the accounting equation true in all instances? Provide sample transactions from your own experiences to demonstrate the validity of the Accounting Equation. Week 1 DQ2(Accounting Equation) What does the term account mean? What are the different classifications of accounts? How do the rules for debits and credits impact accounts? Please provide an example of how debits and credits...

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Qnt 351 Week 4, Dq 4 Week 4 DQ 4 Please explain terms related to hypothesis testing; please explain null and alternate hypotheses, explain the difference between two different test statistics, then define the equations used in both. Why do null and alternative hypotheses have to be mutually exclusive? Null and alternate hypotheses: The null hypothesis is a statement about the value of a population parameter developed for the purpose of testing numerical evidence. (Lind, et al., 2011) Null hypothesis basically means there is no change between the mean and a number. It is...

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PSYCH 610 Week 6 Individual Assignment Week Six Homework Exercise University of Phoenix A+ Grade Work Answer the following questions, covering material from Ch. 12 of Methods in Behavioral Research: 1. Define the following terms: 2. How are group means, percentages, and correlations used to describe research results? 3. How can graphs be used to describe and summarize data? 4. A researcher is studying reading rates in milliseconds per syllable. What scale of measurement—nominal, ordinal, interval, or ratio—is time in milliseconds? Explain your...

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**The Environment** Environmental and wildlife preservation ensures future generations will have available resources and can enjoy the beauty of Earth. On the other hand, some of the damage humans have already done to the environment is expensive and time consuming to eradicate. **Application Practice** Answer the following questions. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical expressions and equations. First, save this file to your hard drive by selecting **Save As** from the File menu. Click the white space below each question to maintain proper formatting. The cost, in millions...

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Following completion of your weekly readings, complete the exercises in the Projects section on page 331 of _Mathematics in Our World_. You should be concise in your reasoning. For Project #1, work only equations (a) and (c), but complete all 6 steps (a-f) as shown in the example.   For Project #2, please select at least **_five_** numbers; 0 (zero), two even, and two odd. Make sure you organize your paper into separate projects. The assignment must include (**_a_**) all math work required to answer the problems as well as (**_b_**) introduction and conclusion paragraphs. *...

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**Week Three Written Assignment** Following completion of your weekly readings, complete the exercises in the Projects section on page 331 of _Mathematics in Our World_. You should be concise in your reasoning. For Project #1, work only equations (a) and (c), but complete all 6 steps (a-f) as shown in the example.   For Project #2, please select at least **_five_** numbers; 0 (zero), two even, and two odd. Make sure you organize your paper into separate projects. The assignment must include (**_a_**) all math work required to answer the problems as well as (**_b_**)...

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Axia College Material Appendix D The Environment Environmental and wildlife preservation ensures future generations will have available resources and can enjoy the beauty of Earth. On the other hand, some of the damage humans have already done to the environment is expensive and time consuming to eradicate. Application Practice Answer the following questions. Use Equation Editor to write mathematical expressions and equations. First, save this file to your hard drive by selecting Save As from the File menu. Click the white space below each question to maintain proper...

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1. What three things did you learn this week? 2.Why are they important to you? 3. How do you plan to use them? As a general statement, although I previously studied and learned the objectives for week 1 (mathematical expressions and equations, applying the rules for order of operations, and identifying dependent and independent variables) it has been so long since these concepts were learned I consider everything covered this week as "newly learned." The first thing I learned this week is the importance of the order of operations when solving for an equation. I must admit, it...

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Axia College Material Appendix C Starting a Business Starting your own business can be exciting and daunting at the same time. Businesses use math when managing finances, determining production levels, designing products and packaging, and monitoring labor. A bakery can be a highly profitable and rewarding business. During this activity, you will apply the skills from Ch. 1 & 2 to navigate some of the issues facing bakery owners. Application Practice Answer the following questions. Use Equation Editor when writing mathematical expressions or equations. First, save...

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1. What three things did you learn this week? 2.Why are they important to you? 3. How do you plan to use them? As a general statement, although I previously studied and learned the objectives for week 1 (mathematical expressions and equations, applying the rules for order of operations, and identifying dependent and independent variables) it has been so long since these concepts were learned I consider everything covered this week as "newly learned." The first thing I learned this week is the importance of the order of operations when solving for an equation. I must admit, it...

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Team A Case Studies Paragraph QRB/501 Team A Case Studies Paragraph Issues and Successes in Answering Questions An issue can be plugging in the correct numbers into the formula from the questions, but a success can be the easiness of using the formula in Excel as the numbers are plugged in from the questions. Having the ability to plug in various numbers for the what- if- scenarios presented more understanding of the reference formulas and the problems overall. Challenges seemed to be difficult at first. Though, once the abbreviations and sums were identified, the problems were not...

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MAT101H Module 4 Case Assignment Example Question and Solution Solve graphically x - 2y = 1 and x + y = 4, and write down the co-ordinates of the point of intersection of the two lines. Use grid below. When you click on the arrows you can move and/or rotate them to the correct position. Plot only 3 points per line. Question 1 - Draw the graphs of 2x-y-1 = 0 and 2x + y = 9; Write down the co-ordinates of the point of intersection of the two lines. Question 2 - Solve graphically x + y + 2 = 0 and 3x - 4y = 5. Write down the co-ordinates of the point of intersection of the two...

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**Given: ** Company A produces and sells a popular pet food product packaged under two brand names, with formulas that contain different proportions of the same ingredients. Company A made this decision so that their national branded product would be differentiated from the private label product. Some product is sold under the companys nationally advertised brand (Brand X), while the re-proportioned formula is packaged under a private label (Brand Y) and is sold to chain stores. Because of volume discounts and other stipulations in the sales agreements, the contribution to profit from...

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**MAT 126 Week 3 Written Assignment** Assignments Following completion of your weekly readings, complete the exercises in the Projects section on page 331 of Mathematics in Our World. You should be concise in your reasoning. For Project #1, work only equations (a) and (c), but complete all 6 steps (a-f) as shown in the example.   For Project #2, please select at least five numbers; 0 (zero), two even, and two odd. Make sure you organize your paper into separate projects. The assignment must include (a) all math work required to answer the problems as well as (b) introduction...

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MATH 126 Week 3 Written Assignment Following completion of your weekly readings, complete the exercises in the Projects section on page 331 of Mathematics in Our World. You should be concise in your reasoning. For Project #1, work only equations (a) and (c), but complete all 6 steps (a-f) as shown in the example. For Project #2, please select at least five numbers; 0 (zero), two even, and two odd. Make sure you organize your paper into separate projects. The assignment must include (a) all math work required to answer the problems as well as (b) introduction and conclusion...

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MAT101H Module 4 Case Assignment Example Question and Solution Solve graphically x - 2y = 1 and x + y = 4, and write down the co-ordinates of the point of intersection of the two lines. Use grid below. When you click on the arrows you can move and/or rotate them to the correct position. Plot only 3 points per line. Question 1 - Draw the graphs of 2x-y-1 = 0 and 2x + y = 9; Write down the co-ordinates of the point of intersection of the two lines. Question 2 - Solve graphically x + y + 2 = 0 and 3x - 4y = 5. Write down the co-ordinates of the point of intersection of the two...

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FIN 501 Module 2 SLP Time Value of Money Time Value of Money is one of the most important concepts in the financial world. The principles of time value analysis have many applications, ranging from setting up schedules for paying off loans to decisions about whether to acquire new equipment for a company. Time value of money is also called discounted cash flow analysis. Your task for this module is to apply the concept of present value to your chosen SLP company. Suppose your company is selling a bond that will pay you $100,000 in one year from today. Keep in mind that if your... Answered 3 years ago by radykal 1 answers and 2 views MKT 571 Week 5 Quiz Questions All answers are found within the attached document. A+ Grade 1.In order to help anticipate public relations crises it’s important to think about the possible events that could occur and the appropriate management response. This is often referred to as 2.TBS Bikes has recently introduced a series of bikes called Surami. The core positioning of TBS Bikes is "speed". Surami is a five-gear bike and, apart from speed, the company promises to include other features such as safety, good performance, and pollution control features. This describes the... Answered 3 years ago by ajotatxe 1 answers and 3 views **Landscape Design** Landscape designers often use coordinate geometry and algebra as they help their clients. In many regions, landscape design is a growing field. With the increasing popularity of do-it-yourself television shows, however, many homeowners are becoming amateur landscape artists. Suppose you are a homeowner getting ready to sell your home. You realize that there are some landscaping problems that you want to address so that your home will sell quickly and you can get the best price. Since deciding to landscape your backyard, you have realized there are many things to... Answered 4 years ago by moduloP 1 answers and 1.2k views **Lesson 1** 1. (9/15)/(27/30) 2. The cost of two baseball bats is \$360. If the aluminum one costs \$40 more than the wood one, find the cost of the aluminum bat. 3. Graph the following set on a number line: {x | x ≤ -1}. 4. Write the numeral 0.0284 x 10^4 in scientific notation. 5. 3/26 - 9/13 6. Solve the following equation for q: (2q+3)/3+(3q-4)/6 = (q-2)/2 7. Simplify the expression -3^2 8. Solve the following equation for x: 5(x-4) = 10 9. Simplify the expression [ (3xy^(-3))/(5x^(-2)y^(2))]^2 10. If the sum of the measures of two angles equals _______, the angles are... Answered 6 years ago by JasonJones 1 answers and 2k views _A+ Grade Solutions_ ####**MBA 560 Quiz 6** Saint Leo University 1. Gypsy Joe's operates a chain of coffee shops. The company pays rent of$10,000 per year for each shop. Supplies (napkins, bags and condiments) are purchased as needed. The managers of each shop are paid a salary of \$2,500 per month and all other employees are paid on an hourly basis. The costs of supplies relative to the number of customers in a particular shop and relative to the number of customers in the entire chain of shops is which kind of cost, respectively? (Points : 2) Variable cost / fixed cost Fixed cost /...

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ACC 205 (Principles of Accounting) Week 1 Week 1 DQ 1 (Account Means) As you have learned in this week’s readings the Accounting Equation is Assets = Liabilities + Owners’ Equity. Is the accounting equation true in all instances? Provide sample transactions from your own experiences to demonstrate the validity of the Accounting Equation. Week 1 DQ2 (Accounting Equation) What does the term account mean? What are the different classifications of accounts? How do the rules for debits and credits impact accounts? Please provide an example of how debits and credits impact...

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