MTH340, Seminar 6
Application Activity: From here to there (and all around)
In a town of mathematics appreciators, a bike messenger needs to deliver a package.
Avogadro Ave.
Bernoulli Ave.
Condorcet Ave.
Dodgson Ave.
Euler Ave.
Fibonacci Ave.
1st 2nd
3rd
Worked Out Problems
Seminar 2
Section 3.1: p. 94 #57
(p V q) ^ (p V r)
Section 3.2: p. 104 #22, 43, 67 (truth tables must be included and an explanation
of the answer's development is required for problems 22, 43, and 67).
p
T
T
T
T
F
F
F
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q
T
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Worked Out Problems
Seminar 5
Section 10.1: p. 523 #15
140+85+30 = 255 total employees
D = 140/255 = 0.5490
C = 85/255 = 0.3333
B = 30/255 = 0.1176
0.5490 * 12 = 6.588
0.3333 * 12 = 3.9996
0.1176 * 12 = 1.4112
With 12 members, division D is given 7 seats,
MTH340, Seminar 5
Application Activity: Fair is fair
Several communities have been chosen as finalists for a new sports complex. The complex is
seen as a benefit to the community. The possible locations for the complex were recently voted
on by three comm
MTH340, Seminar 3
Application Activity: On the road again
A salespersons route is shown below where the numbers on the roads indicate distances (in
miles) between cities.
1. Identify the odd vertices in the graph above. What does this mean about the graph
MTH340
Week 1 Worked out Problems
If Math is at 9, she can take English at 11, and Art History at 10
if Math is at 9, she can take English at 12, and Art History at 10
if Math is at 9, she can take English at 12, and Art History at 11
If English is at 9,
Worked out Homework
Seminar 3
Section 4.1: p. 155 #46
The trip is possible.
Section 4.1: p. 155 #50
I would place a door in room B towards the top. The guard can enter Room D where its
marked Enter, and lock that door. He can enter room A, lock that door,
MTH340, Seminar 5
Application Activity: Fair is fair
Several communities have been chosen as finalists for a new sports complex. The complex is
seen as a benefit to the community. The possible locations for the complex were recently voted
on by three comm
MTH112
Seminar 5 Application Activity: Conics Everywhere!
Conic sections appear all around us in various forms and materials. For this activity, you will need to
submit photo examples of each type of conic studied. Using photos from the web is allowed if
MTH112
Seminar 2 Journal Assignment Travis Weed
To be eligible for full credit, responses to EACH question must contain at LEAST one substantive, 3sentence minimum, well-written paragraph. This is an opportunity for you to have a private dialogue
with you
MTH112
Seminar 3 Application Activity: Angry Birds
Travis Weed
Consider the following scenario:
Red Bird, Yellow Bird, Blue Bird and Black Bird are angry with the pigs who stole the birds eggs. The birds
want their eggs back and will stop at nothing to ge
Seminar 1 Application Assignment
Travis Weed Baker College
1.)
Count of Favorite TV sport
WWE
Soccer
None, I don't watch TV
None, I don't watch sports
NASCAR
MMA
Hockey
Football
Basketball
Baseball
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
2.) I chose the scale that I did be
Statistics Project MTH 108
Name_Patrice Nelson_
Part 1: Decisions Made Using Data (20 points)
We all make decisions in our daily lives. Think about a decision you recently made. Type a minimum
of a one-page description using Times New Roman, 12-pt font an
Practice Drug Calculation Problems
Week 8
I did not get to double check these answers from the resource to make sure they are all correct. If you
have worked a problem several times and are still getting the wrong answer consult with one of your
colleague
Statistics project
Sarah Franz
*Introduction
I am interested in this study because it is interesting to know what other people pay for their cell
phone bills versus what I pay a month. It is something that is very popular in todays world and I
mean who is
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MTH 108 - Statistics Application
Name_Tieara Thomas_
Part C: Making Graph and Data-Based Decisions
The topic I chose was health care. The reason why I chose this topic is because thats
what I am currently enrolled in school for. Ive always had an
Scatter Plot
I chose the this scale because it represents the data well and shows all the information needed.
There seems to be a correlation between height and shoe size. The taller an individual is, the
larger the shoe size.
Ive chosen points (68,8) and
Alexandria Buckman
Seminar One Case Study
1.
Generally, only a little more than 1% of all tornadoes exceed F-3 on the Fujita Wind Damage
Scale. The frequency exceeds the normal. There were 24% F3 tornadoes, 16% F4 tornadoes, and
4% of F4 tornadoes.
2.
3.
Alex Buckman
Article Review 1
The authors main goal was to educate readers on buying things off of the internet. You may not
be buying what you think you are buying. The population is art work and the sample is Henry
Moores work. The study was observation
Alex Buckman
StatCrunch 2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The dependent variable is miles per gallon.
The independent variable is weight.
The correlation coefficient is -0.95962632.
The correlation is negative.
The lighter the car, the more miles per gallon you get. The h
Article Review 2
Alex Buckman
The authors primary goal in conducting this research is to see if smoking cigarettes
increases risk of cancer.
The population is people with cancer and the sample is those who smoke cigarettes that
have cancer.
The study was
Article Review 3
Alex Buckman
The authors primary goal was to see the relationships between the learning styles, study
habits, and learning performances in an online programming language course.
The population is students and the sample is sophomores enro
Seminar 5 Application Activity
Baker College
Application Activity: Fair is fair
Several communities have been chosen as finalists for a new sports complex. The complex is
seen as a benefit to the community. The possible locations for the complex were rece
S5 Worked Out Homework
Section 10.1: p. 523
#15
a. 140+85+30= 255 members
140/255*12= 6.588 (D) 85/255*12= 4 (C) 30/255*12= 1.412 (B)
D=7, C=4, B=1
b.
Council size
13
14
D
7 (7.13)
8 (7.68)
Members to be appointed
C
4 (4.33)
5 (4.66)
c. When assigning the
S6 Worked Out Homework
Section 12.1: p. 612
#23 (Must include process used to arrive at result)
16, 2x2 squares can be created. If the grid has 6x6 dots than one row can contain 4 squares
across, there can also be 4 squares created down. 4*4 = 16 squares.
MTH340, Seminar 6
S6 Application Activity
Application Activity: From here to there (and all around)
In a town of mathematics appreciators, a bike messenger needs to deliver a package.
Avogadro Ave.
Bernoulli Ave.
Condorcet Ave.
Dodgson Ave.
Euler Ave.
Fib
MTH340, Seminar 2
S2 Application Activity
Baker College
Application Activity: Bookworms
Abigail, Brandon, Cody, Jasmine, Ryan, and Zachary each have a different number of books (118,
140, 115, 149, 137, and 145). Here is the information about the books th