Cynthia Vyle
MGF 1106
Module 3
Section 1.6
For questions 16, classify each triangle by its sides and by its angles.
# 4. Obtuse Scalene
Section 3.1
Algebra Connection In questions 2635 we will begin
Cynthia Vyle
MGF1106
Module 2
Compute the truth values of the following symbolic statements, supposing that the truth value
of A, B, C is T, and the truth value of X, Y, Z is F.
2. ~B X
TF
~T = F
FALS
Cynthia Vyle
MGF1106
Module 4
2. Suppose you write each letter of the alphabet on a different slip of paper and put the slips
into a hat. What is the probability of drawing one slip of paper from the
Cynthia Vyle
MGF 1106
MODULE 5 HW
Describing Data p2639
#8. You recorded the time in seconds it took for 8 participants to solve a puzzle. The times were:
15.2,18.8, 19.3, 19.7, 20.2, 21.8, 22.1, 29.
Cynthia Vyle
MGF1106
Module 1
6. Is cfw_A, B, C a subset of the set of letters of the alphabet? Yes, because it contains some of the
letters of the alphabet.
A = cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5 B = cfw_1, 3, 5 C =
ASSIGNMENT 4
ANSWERS IN RED
#2, 6, 8, 18, 26, 28, 32, 54, 64, 68
2. a. A consonant = 21/26
b. A vowel = 5/26, if you count Y than 6/26
6. 0/6
8.
18. 1/2
26. 1/17
28. A. 11/25, 14/24
B. 14/25, 11/24
C.
Assignment Blue
Discussion  Green
Test Red
MGF1106 MATHEMATICS FOR LIBERAL ARTS
WEEK 1  (8/27/2017)
Complete the required course orientation by 8/27/17
 Introduce yourself in Introductions thread

Assignment 3: Geometry
Section 1.6: #4
The sides classify as scalene because the triangles sides are all different lengths, if it is by angles
it is obtuse because one has an angle of 130.
Section 3.1
Assignment 5 ANSWERS IN RED
Pag 27: exercises 8 and 10
8. You recorded the time in seconds it took for 8 participants to solve a puzzle. The times were: 15.2,
18.8, 19.3, 19.7, 20.2, 21.8, 22.1, 29.4.
\fnZ
aggg
gagEgg
gagEa
Egggag
gaagag
Eggav
Eggmug?
Z
mm m
(BAC)V(YAZ)
LE) Cwa
n
m
in
z.
I.

~ [(A v ~C) v (c v ~A)]
(AmaB)>C]>Z
569 Eu
1H3)[(x>z)+c1_)v
58) ~(PV(PAQ)VP
L0
Module 3 Assignment Exercises
Classify the triangle by its sides and by its angles.
_ _ V\=2.l53i'b _. _
v2x7 _2 \l? \i/flx H]
3%h,;l _
_l e. :P"\
' cfw_J
of the line that is parallel to the g
Exam 2  Probability
Name_
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Solve the problem.
1) A family has three children. What is the probabi
Exam
Name_
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Find the median for the given frequency distribution.
Value Frequency
20
4
30
6
1)
40
00000 MetrOPCS "5 12:10 PM L @ 98% E'
a bconline.broward.edu C
The expected net loss here is $10/19, or about .53C, per play.
20f2
Note: In any expectation problem, the sum of the probabilities of a
"000 MetroPCS '5 12:10 PM L G 98% E
H bconline.broward.edu C
The expected net loss here is $10/19, or about .530, per play.
20f2
Note: In any expectation problem, the sum of the probabilities of al