Autumn Forcier
Math 106
Quiz 4
9/24/2016
1. A company produces two types of shoes casual and athletic at its two factories,
Factory I and Factory II. Daily production of each factory for each type of shoe is
listed below.
Factory I
100
300
Casual
Athlet
Autumn Forcier
MATH 106
Quiz 5
1 October 2017
1. Consider a family of three children. Find the following probabilities.
3
a. P(two girls and a boy)= 8
b. P(at least one girl)=
7
8
c. P(children of both sexes)=
d. P(at least two girls)=
6 3
=
8 4
4 1
=
8 2
Coulton 1
Juliana Coulton
Farshad Foroozan
MATH  106
08/28/2017
Quiz 1
1. Mary owes June $800, and wants to pay her off. She decides to borrow the amount from her bank
at a discount rate of 12%. If she borrows the money for 10 months, find the amount of
MATH 106 Finite Mathematics
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Quiz 2
1) If 57% more of a quantity is 169.1, what is the quantity?
2) Solve the inequalities for the following exercises. Express solution set using
interval notation, and graph the solution set on a number line
a. 4(5x + 12) + 2 < 52
b. 5x + 6 7x + 16
Quiz 5
1.
Consider a family of three children. Find the following probabilities.
a.
P (two girls and a boy)
b.
P (at least one girl)
c.
P (children of both sexes)
d.
P (at least two girls)
2.
A committee of four is selected from a total of 4 freshmen, 5 s
Quiz 3
1) Solve the following system by Gaussian elimination:
a) [
3
6
4
12

]
8 24
b) [ 6 2  4 ]
3 4
17
2) You invested $25,000 into two accounts: one that has simple 3% interest, the other with 2%
interest. If your total interest payment after one yea
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loan she should ask for so that her proceed
Quiz 1
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1. Mary owes June $800, and wants to pay her off. She decides to borrow the amount from her bank at a
discount rate of 12%. If she borrows the money for 10 months, find the amount of the loan she should
ask for so that her proceed
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Quiz 2
1) If 57% more of a quantity is 169.1, what is the quantity?
.57x + x = 169.1
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Project 1
Angela McEachern Macon
MGMT 395 Project One: Bias in Decision Making
Professor David Prince
PROJECT ONE: Bias in Decision Making
Every day we make decisions. Based on researchers at Cornell University, it is said that we make
226.7 decision abo
HW Week 2
Angela McEachern Macon
ACCT 323 6380 INCOME TAX I (Fall 2017)
Professor Greaney
) 6. Yes, except that the family as a whole would be better off if Ann filed MFS. You are correct that if Rob
and Ann file MFJ, they will have no tax liability. How
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Math 012 Midterm Exam
Spring 2017
Instructions:
The exam is worth 58 total points.
This exam is open book and open notes. You may refer to your textbook, notes, and
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HW Week 1
Angela McEachern Macon
ACCT 323 6380 INCOME TAX I (Fall 2017)
Professor Greaney
1) 7. The correct answer is $57,150, calculated as follows:
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$ 90,000
Larger of itemized deductions ($10,000) or standard
deduction ($12,600)
(12,600)
Personal a
HW Week 2
Angela McEachern Macon
ACCT 323 6380 INCOME TAX I (Fall 2017)
Professor Greaney
WEEK 2 HOMEWORK
1) Rob attended school during most of 2016, during which time he was supported by his parents.
In December 2016, Rob married Ann. He graduated and s
ACCT 323 6380 INCOME TAX I (Fall 2017)
WEEK 4 HOMEWORK
1) In the current tax year, Gunther earned $125,000 from his job as a civil engineer. In addition,
he received $30,000 of income from Activity A, and lost $40,000, and 20,000 from Activities B
and C r
HW Week 3
Angela McEachern Macon
ACCT 323 6380 INCOME TAX I (Fall 2017)
Professor Greaney
WEEK 3 HOMEWORK
1) On January 2, Year 1, the Philips paid $50,000 cash and obtained a $200,000 mortgage to
purchase a home. In Year 4 they borrowed $15,000 secured
HW Week 1
Angela McEachern Macon
ACCT 323 6380 INCOME TAX I (Fall 2017)
Professor Greaney
WEEK 1 HOMEWORK
1) Jack and Jill are married and have three dependent children, and they file a joint 2016 federal
income tax return in February 2017. If they wish
QUIZ 1
Angela McEachern Macon
ACCT 323 6380 INCOME TAX I (Fall 2017)
Professor Greaney
QUIZ I
1) Under a divorce agreement executed this year, an exwife receives from her exhusband cash
of $25,000 annually for ten years. The agreement does not say that
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