Math 106
Quiz 4
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Math 106 Quiz 4
Use graphical methods to solve the linear programming problem.
1) Maximize
z = 6x + 7y
Subject to:
2x + 3y 12
2x + y 8
x 0, y 0
Critical Point
(0,0)
(0,4)
(4,0)
(3,2)
z is maxed when x=3 y=2
Use the Venn diagram to f
Math 106
Quiz 6
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MAT 106 Quiz 6
Construct a bar graph of the given frequency distribution.
1) The frequency distribution indicates the height in feet of persons in a group of 54 people.
Number of Persons
Height Within a Group
48
42
36
30
24
18
12
6
Math 106
Quiz 5
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Math 106 Quiz 5
Find the probability.
1) A card is drawn at random from a well-shuffled deck of 52 cards. What is the probability of
drawing a face card or a 6?
P ( face card6 ) =P ( face card ) :
12
4
+ P (6):
52
52
12 4 16
+ =
52
Write the augmented matrix for the system. Do not solve the system.
1) 7x - 2y = 36
8x + 9y = 75
The Linear Equations already have the variables in order to display the x on the left and y on the right. The
constants will be on the right side of the |. Th
Math 106
Quiz 4
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Math 106 Quiz 4
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Math 106
Quiz 3
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MAT 106 Quiz 3
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Math 106
Quiz 2
Math 106 Quiz 2
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Basic Statistics Assignment Solution
Question 1
Answers:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Intersection
Union U
Complement Al
Sum
Permutation P n, r
Combination C n, r
Empty set cfw_
Factorial n!
Question 2
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
6! = 720
5P2 = 20
0! = 1
5C2 = 10
8C4*6C
Math 106
Spring 2017 Quiz 1
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Math 106 Quiz 1
Name: _Key Quiz 1
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Date:
01/23/2017_
Instructions:
The quiz is worth 100 points. There are 10 problems, each worth 10 points.
This quiz is open book and open notes, and you may take as long as you like o
Math 106
Quiz 3
Write the augmented matrix for the system. Do not solve the system.
1) 7x - 2y = 36
8x + 9y = 75
Use the Gauss-Jordan elimination method to solve the system of equations.
2) -2x - 7y = -5
-8x - 28y = 4
Use the Gauss-Jordan elimination meth
Math 106
Quiz 1
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Make the indicated conversion. Assume a 360-day year as needed.
1) 150 days to a simplified fraction of year
150 30 5
=
360 30 12
Use I = Prt for simple interest to find the indicated quantity.
2) I = $750, r = 6%, t = 6 months. Fi
Math 106
Quiz 2
Math 106 Quiz 2
Solve the equation for x.
1) 3x - 7 - 7(x + 1) = - (6x + 3)
3 x77 ( x +1 )=( 6 x +3 )
3 x77 x 7=6 x3
4 x14=6 x3
+6+6
2 x 14=3
+14+14
2 x =11
2 x 11
=
2
2
x=
11
2
Solve for y.
2) 2x = 3y 10
2 x =3 y10
+10+10
2 x +10=3 y
3 y
University of Maryland University College
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Quiz 1 - KEY
Directions:
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carefully and answer them to the best of your ability. You may write
1. You visit your bank and have a talk with a financial planner. You would like to retire in 15 years.
Your are lucky in that you have some savings and retirement already, but you need $800,000
more to meet you financial goals for retirement. What monthly
1.
[
| ]
1
5 7
2 7 5
Multiply the top row by 2
[
| ]
2 10 14
2 7 5
We subtract the 1st row to the 2nd to simplify the matrix. We revert the 1 st row to the original
[ |]
1 57
0 39
We then divide the 2nd column by 3 to simplify it
[ |]
1 57
0 13
We now mul
Quiz 5
1. A coin is tossed until a tail appears. What is the probability that a tail will appear in at most 5
tries?
x x x x = 1/32 = 0.03125
2. If P(E) = 0.7, P(F | E) = 0.35, and E and F are independent, find P(F).
P(F | E)
= P(F E) / P (E)
0.35
= P(F
Quiz 4
1. Mr. Lothbrok has $10,000 to invest in two types of mutual funds, Coleman High-yield Fund,
and
Coleman Equity Fund. The High-yield fund gives an annual yield of 6%, while the Equity fund
earns 10%. Mr. Lothbrok would like to invest at least $5000
Quiz 6
Short Answer (4 points each). Show your work.
1. Andy has grades of 84, 95, and 86 on three math tests. What grade must he obtain on the
next test to have an average of exactly 90 for the four tests?
84 + 95 + 86 = 265
90 x 4
= 360
360 - 265
= 95
2
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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
Loan Project
By: Jacqulynne Hayden
1)
44932 Blackistone Circle Hollywood Maryland 206361
List Price $549,900
Purchase Price $549,900
Current Market Interest Rate 3.410%2
Square Footage 2,829
Land Acres
0.64
Features
Bedrooms
Bedrooms: 3
2 Full Bath(s)
1 H
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 012 Final Examination
Answer Sheet
Spring 2016
Math 012 Intermediate Algebra
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Name_Dariya
Final Examination: Spring 2016
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Math 106 Final Examination
Version 2165-OL1-6382
Summer, 2016
Math 106 Finite Mathematics
Name_
Final Examination: Summer, 2016
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Answer Sheet
Instructions:
This is an open-book exam. You may refer to your text and other course materials as you
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 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
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