302 HW 2 SOLUTIONS - which these people arrive So we have...

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M302 HOMEWORK #2 Dr. Schurle Assignment: page 45, #4, 10, 14, 19, 22 Grade each problem with 2 points per problem, for a total of 10. #4. No to both questions. The student should give a reasonable reason, for example, three per shelf would mean just 3 times 5 or 15 CDs, but there are 16. #10. The next perfect number after 6 is 28. The student should show some work adding the divisors of numbers from 7 to 28. #14. Answers are 3, 5, and 12. Reasons aren't necessary for this one, but it's nice if they try! #19. There are 30 (or maybe 31, we can take either) different minutes during
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Unformatted text preview: which these people arrive. So we have to put 100 people into these 30 “minute boxes,” and to do this there must be a “minute box” containing at least two people. Be easygoing with grammar, English, etc., but they should express this idea somehow. #22. There are 32 possible models into which we must put the 100,000 cars. If we divide 100,000 by 32 we get 3125, so the answer is 3125. Give full credit for the correct answer – reasoning/reasons/etc aren't necessary in this one....
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course M 302 taught by Professor Irwin during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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