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11/11/2020Southern New Hampshire University - 3-3 Problem Set: Module Three1/20[PRINT]MAT-136-T2129 20EW2 Intro to Quantitative Analysis, 3-3 Problem Set: Module Three Angie Mann, 11/11/20 at 3:28:44 PM ESTQuestion1:Score 3/3Solve the inequality.Enter the exact answer in interval notation.To enter , type infinity. To enter , type U. For example, to enter , type (-infinity,100].Your responseCorrect response(-infinity,5](-infinity, 5]Auto gradedGrade:1/1.0 Total grade: 1.0×1/1 = 100%Feedback:Multiply by .Express the inequality in interval notation.Question2:Score 3/3
11/11/2020Southern New Hampshire University - 3-3 Problem Set: Module Three2/20Solve the compound inequality.Enter the exact answer in interval notation.To enter , type infinity. To enter , type U. For example, to enter , enter (-infinity, 99) U ([101, infinity).Your responseCorrect response(-5,infinity)(-5, infinity)Auto gradedGrade:1/1.0 Total grade: 1.0×1/1 = 100%Feedback:Write two inequalities:and Therefore, the solution set is or in interval notation .Question3:Score 3/3
11/11/2020 Southern New Hampshire University - 3-3 Problem Set: Module ThreeA basic cellular package costs /month for minutes of calling with an additional charge of /minute beyond that time. The cost function for using minutes would beIf you used 60 minutes or less, i.e. if if , then (the base charge). If you used more than 60 minutes, i.e. minutes more than the plan came with, youwould pay an additional for each of those minutes. Your total bill would be .If you want to keep your bill at or lower for the month, what is the maximum number ofcalling minutes you can use?3/20 ..
11/11/2020Southern New Hampshire University - 3-3 Problem Set: Module Three4/20Question4:Score 3/6 Answer the functions questions below.a. Determine whether the relation represents as a function of .Your responseCorrect response Feedback: Correct.Auto gradedGrade:2/2.0 b. Determine whether the relation represents as a function of . Feedback: Correct.Auto gradedGrade:1/1.0 Show your work and explain how you arrived at your answers.

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