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8/25/2020Extra Credit Assignment - Up to 5 points added to -Dakota Dellafera1/6 1.friends meets for lunch. They greet each other by exchanging fist bumps. How many fist bumps are exchanged if each friend must bump with each of the others?2.and deductive reasoning to reach conclusions. Use the knowledge you've gained to answer the problem below.Rectangle ABCD is made up entirely of squares. The black square has a side of 1 unit. Find the area of rectangle ABCD.ABCD3.illustrate relationships among sets and to demonstrate survey results. Use the knowledge you've gained to answer the problem below.When a group of colleagues discussed where their annual retreat should take place, they found that of all the colleagues: would not go to a park, would not go to a beach, would not go to a cottage, would go to neither a park nor abeach, would go to neither a beach nor a cottage, would go to neither a park nor a cottage, would not go to a park or a beach or a cottage, and were willing to go to all three places. What is the total number of colleagues in the group?272825958324.distinct subsets. Use the knowledge you've gained to answer the problem below.How many elements must a set have if the number of proper subsets of the set is Student: Dakota DellaferaDate: 08/25/20Instructor: Florencio Ricohermoso,Dorothy Lewis-grace, Elizabeth Legault,Patricia EllingtonCourse: 2208-MATH-1301-500-CONTEMPORARY MATHAssignment: Extra Credit Assignment -Up to 5 points added toTo demonstrate competency in problem solving and critical thinking, a student should be able to identify and use inductive and deductive reasoning to reach conclusions. Use the knowledge you've gained to answer the problem below.A group of friends meets for lunch. They greet each other by exchanging fist bumps. How many fist bumps are exchanged if each friend must bump with each of the others? To demonstrate competency in problem solving and critical thinking, a student should be able to identify and use inductive and deductive reasoning to reach conclusions. Use the knowledge you've gained to answer the problem below.Rectangle ABCD is made up entirely of squares. The black square has a side of 1 unit. Find the area of rectangle ABCD.ABCD To demonstrate competency in problem solving and critical thinking, a student should be able to use Venn Diagrams to illustrate relationships among sets and to demonstrate survey results. Use the knowledge you've gained to answer the problem below.When a group of colleagues discussed where their annual retreat should take place, they found that of all the colleagues: would not go to a park, would not go to a beach, would not go to a cottage, would go to neither a park nor abeach, would go to neither a beach nor a cottage, would go to neither a park nor a cottage, would not go to a park or a beach or a cottage, and were willing to go to all three places. What is the total number of colleagues in the group?27282595832 To demonstrate competency in problem solving and critical thinking, a student should be able to determine numbers of distinct subsets. Use the knowledge you've gained to answer the problem below.How many elements must a set have if the number of proper subsets of the set is 2 1
8/25/2020Extra Credit Assignment - Up to 5 points added to -Dakota Dellafera2/6 5. To demonstrate competency in logical thought, a student should be able to determine truth values of statements. Use the knowledge you've gained to answer the two problems below.In symbolic logic, a statement is either true or false (consider true to have a value of 1 and false a value of 0). In fuzzy logic, nothing is true or false, but everything is a matter of degree. For example, consider the statement "The sun is shining." In

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