HW_4 - cars. There are three basic processes involved in...

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Name: Student 700 number: . ENGR-293 Fall – 2006 Instructor: Zach Witzgall Section 5: T/R 6:00 – 7:15pm Homework 4 After having carefully read lesson 1 and solved all the given examples, solve each of the following problems. For each problem, Define the problem in your own, simple terms List all givens and required variables or quantities Describe how you will approach the problem (use a sketch if applicable) Provide a detailed solution to the problem (check units) Check your answer for validity and suggest refinement (if applicable) 1. Solve the following “one-sided” inequalities: a) y - 7 < 5 b) 5x - 4 > 9 2. Graph the solution to the following inequalities (use the number line): a) -4z < 8 b ) 3x ≥ -7 3. Solve the following “two-sided” inequalities a) 4r – 7 < 6r + 5 b ) -3y + 4 ≤ 6 + 3 5y
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4. Solve and graph the following inequalities a) |y| ≥ 7 b ) |2x| - 2 < 4 c ) extra credit : |x + y| < 5 5. A high performance racing shop produces transmissions and carburetors for dirt track
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Unformatted text preview: cars. There are three basic processes involved in both products. The time requirements for each product on each process are shown below. Process Time to produces one Transmission Time to produce on Carburetor Total Time available (sec) A 30 15 60 B 10 25 60 C 15 25 80 The race shop makes $120 profit on each transmission and $180 profit on each carburetor. How many of each should the shop make to maximize profit? This assignment is due ( due to the Sep 4 06 holiday ): Section 1: Section 1: Tuesday, Sep 05, 2006 by 4 pm Tuesday, Sep 05, 2006 by 4 pm , Room 135 ESB Section 4: Section 4: Tuesday, Sep 05, 2006 by 4 pm Tuesday, Sep 05, 2006 by 4 pm , Room 135 ESB The assignment must be written using neat handwriting, and should be well organized, and stapled Don’ forget to print your name and 700 number on the top right-hand corner of your assignment...
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