Natalie Gregory
2/26/17
Professor Omar Crespo Cajigas
1. The "Business Discussions" section's Question 2 on Page 377
a. Yes Sophia should call her boss in an effort to confirm that her actions are within her responsibilities
as assistant manager. She woul
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The item that I would like to purchase in 12 years, would be vehicle for my daughter. The estimated cost
that I am willing to spend is $30,000 with an interest of 5%.
Using the Present Value Formula of: P = A (1 + r) ^-n, where P will amount to A dollars
I will be applying Cowlings Rule to solve the literal equations #16.
Cowling's rule. Cowling's rule is another function for determining the child's dosage of a drug. For this
rule, the formula
Expresses the child's dosage d as a function of the adult dosa
1. Question :
The solution in interval notation of the inequality presented in the
video, Example 34, Graphing Compound Inequalities, which is
located in the media section of Chapter 2, is bordered by both a
parenthesis and a bracket because
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SELF-CONCEPT
1. Read chapter 3 for clearer understanding
2. Consider in your life each of the four factors as your read the examples given
3. Answer the following questions with paragraphs for each, using correct grammar and spelling:
1. Question :
A GCF of 3x is removed from the first trinomial in the slideshow,
Factoring Completely, which is located in the media section of
Chapter 5. After the 3x is factored out, which trinomial remains?
x2 + 5x 14
Student Answer:
3x2 7x
2
x+6
x2 +
I will be applying the point-slope formula to solve the parallel and perpendicular equations of #16.
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The line parallel to the line y = -4x 5 and goes through the points or order pair (-1, 0) in slopeintercept form is given by the formula y y1 = m(x x
My birth date is 05/23/1986.
A=5
B = -23
C = 86
1. a^3 b^3
5^3 (-23) ^3
125 (-23) ^3
125 (-12167)
125 - (-12167)
= 12292
I wrote the equation as given. I then replaced the variables of a and b with the integers 5
and -23. I then multiplied the left half o
1. Question :
In the video Example 28, Dividing a Polynomial by a Binomial:
Long Division, located in the media section of Chapter 4, the
example has a remainder of 10.
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1. Question :
The presenter of example 48, Graphing the linear equation y =
mx + b, which is located in the media section of Chapter 3, that in
general when choosing x values it is recommended you choose:
Student Answer:
all positive values
a mixture of p
1. Question :
When looking at the example in the video, Example 44, Using
the Distributive Property to Factor, which is located in the media
section of Chapter 1, the presenter states, The given expression,
5x + 15 is the format of _.
Student Answer:
ab +
1. Greatest common factor of two multivariate monomials
Find the greatest common factor of these two expressions.
121,155r3u4 and 28v2u6
You answered correctly:
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2. Factoring out a monomial from a polynomial: Multivariate
Factor the following ex
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Oblique Triangle ~ triangle that have no right angle.
To solve an oblique triangle, you need to know the measure of at least one side and any two other
parts of the triangle either two sides, two angles, or one angle and one side. This breaks do
Piecewise-dened Function A function dened by two or more equations over a specied
domain.
x2 + 1, x<o
Example: x) =
X 1, X2 0
Domain of a Function
The domain of a mction can be described explicitly or it can be implied by the expression used
to dene the f
Precalculus Trigonometry Assignment
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2. Find the inverse of f(x) = .
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1. Given f(x) = 2x + x 2 and g(x) = x+2.
Find (f o g)(x) and (g o f)(x).
Solve for x.
1. 23x
1
= 4x + 2
2. 82x + 1 = (1/2)x
4
3. 33x
1
= 9x + 2
A sum of $5000 is invested at an a
11/10/09 Lecture 12: Consumer Products Video games (interactive par t of the business) 1970s Shifted from Analog to Digital (Pac man)
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Release Patterns Months in advance financier and distributors set the release schedule o o o
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Could potential break up the media conglomerates HOW TO MAKE THE MONEY BACK
First Revenue Stream 1. Domestic Theatrical o o o Works closely with market