University of Maryland University College
MATH 106 6384 Finite Mathematics (2162)
(John Teke)
January 18, 2016
Quiz 1 ~ Key
For all problems in this quiz, 1 year = 12 months = 52 weeks 360 days
For problems referring to commission schedules, use the follo
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Week 2 LEO Discussion Topic Exercise List (OER)
Version: 2015-1
LINEAR EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES (Basic Mathematics Review, Chapter 5, Sections 5.5 5.8, and
Chapter 7, Sections 7.2 7.7)
Solve for the variable:
1.
a. (c/2) 8 = 0
b. 5(m 3) + 4 = 1
c. 3r +
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MATH106 DR. Izolda Fotiyeva
Quiz 5
Directions:
- Read and sign the academic honesty certification statement below, then read the questions
carefully and answer them to the best of your ability. You may write your
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MATH106 Dr. Izolda Fotiyeva
Quiz 2 - Key
1. 2. Solve for the variable. Check your answer in the original equation, if you determine the
equation has a single solution. For full credit, please show all work, includ
University of Maryland University College
MATH 106 6384 Finite Mathematics (2162)
(John Teke)
February 08, 2016
Quiz 4~Solutions
1. A politician received 12,457 votes in his first election, and 15,322 in his second election.
9,345 voted for him in both th
University of Maryland University College
MATH 106 6384 Finite Mathematics (2162)
(John Teke)
Question 1
Evaluate
,
February 22, 2016
Quiz 6
(probability of success in a Bernoulli trial) for the following values:
n = 10 x = 2 p = 0.6
SOLUTION: q = 1 p = 1
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MATH106 Dr. Izolda Fotiyeva
Quiz 4 - KEY
1. A politician received 12,457 votes in his first election, and 15,322 in his second election.
9,345 voted for him in both the first and second elections. How many people
Math 106 Final Examination
Version 2165-OL1-6382
Summer, 2016
Math 106 Finite Mathematics
Name_
Final Examination: Summer, 2016
Instructor _
Answer Sheet
Instructions:
This is an open-book exam. You may refer to your text and other course materials as you
University of Maryland University College
MATH 106 6384 Finite Mathematics (2162)
(John Teke)
February 01, 2016
Quiz 3 ~ Solutions
1. Solve the following system of linear equations using augmented matrix methods:
4 +3 =2
7 +5 =3
SOLUTION:
a. Create augmen
1.
In the recent New Carrollton, MD city elections,
(a) 363 people showed up to vote which is 5.8 % of the eligible voters in the city. How many
eligible voters are there?
5.8 of x=363
0.058 x=363
x=
363
=6258.62
0.058
6258.62
(b) The Chinn family has 6 e
Math 012 Final Examination
Answer Sheet
Spring 2016
Math 012 Intermediate Algebra
Klochkova_
Name_Dariya
Final Examination: Spring 2016
Dereshiwsky_
Instructor _Mary
1
Answer Sheet
Instructions:
This is an open-book exam. You may refer to your text and ot
Finite Math 106
Section 6382
Summer 2016
Quiz #1
Please answer all 10 questions. The maximum score for each question is posted at the
beginning of the question, and the maximum score for the quiz is 100 points. Make sure
your answers are as complete as po
MATH 106 QUIZ 1
NAME: Jacqulynne Hayden_
Date:_9/20/16_
INSTRUCTIONS
The quiz is worth 100 points. This quiz is open book and open notes. This means that you may refer to your
textbook, notes, and online classroom materials, but you must work independentl
MATH 106 Week 7 LEO Discussion Topic Exercises
Version: 2015-1
\NORMAL DISTRIBUTION (Online Statistics Education: A Multimedia Course of Study: Chapter 7,
Sections: Areas of Normal Distribution ; Standard Normal ; Normal Approximation to Binomial)
AREAS O
Quiz-4
Covers material from sections 5.3, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4
Section 5.3 (1 point)
Linear programming problem.
Maximize function: P=10x+5y
subject to the following constrains:
3x+6y18
2xy2
x 0,
y 0
Steps to follow:
Graph all border lines.
Shade the area wher
Quiz-1
7 problems, 6 points total
Show steps of solutions. Just right answers without explanation will not be graded with full
credit. You can type solutions in MS Word file and submit it in docx format or
you can write solutions on a paper and submit it
University of Maryland University College
MATH 106 6384 Finite Mathematics (2162)
(John Teke)
Quiz 2 ~ Solutions
January 25, 2016
1. 2. Solve for the variable. Check your answer in the original equation, if you determine the
equation has a single solution
University of Maryland University College
MATH106 Dr. Izolda Fotiyeva
Quiz 1 - KEY
Directions:
- Read and sign the academic honesty certification statement below, then read the questions
carefully and answer them to the best of your ability. You may write
University of Maryland University College
MATH106 Dr. Izolda Fotiyeva
Quiz 6
Directions:
- Read and sign the academic honesty certification statement below, then read the questions
carefully and answer them to the best of your ability. You may write your