Seminar 6 Weekly Project
Factoring Polynomials With Leading Coefficient of One
The process is simple if you are factoring a trinomial with the leading coefficient of 1. Find two numbers whose
sum equals the coefficient of the x term and whose product is e
Seminar 2 Discussion Questions
1. Describe at least two real-life examples where inequalities are used either at home or on the
job. Try looking in the textbook or online to see what ideas you get. Then look around you at
home and at work and see what str
1. What is one basic principle that can be used to simplify a polynomial?
One basic principle to simplify a polynomial is to combine like terms. Combining like
terms makes them easier to deal with. Another basic principle is to factor the
polynomials. Fac
Math 111 Writing Assignment #1
Writing assignments should be completed in essay form in APA format.
The point breakdown for this assignment is as follows:
Your detailed answers, opinions, reections, exam-les, research, etc. ; 20 points
Spellin, _rammar, W
Matt Haber
May 17, 2014
Seminar 1 Application Activity
Shoe size as a function of Height
16
14
12
10
Shoe
Size
8
6
4
2
0
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
Height (in inches)
The scale chosen is appropriate for the data that was collected by the students. Yes, there
Matt Haber
June 7, 2014
Seminar 4 Journal Assignment
1a.) My grade on the midterm was 141/150. I missed 3 questions out of 50. I was happy with the grade
I got considering my level of preparedness.
b.) My preparation for the midterm wasnt anything special
Matt Haber
June 9, 2014
Seminar 4 Worked Out Homework
6.1
99.) To find the area we need to remember
The area of the square is
A=lw
4
5 x 10 x
If we factor out the width (5x) we are left with the length
5 x ( 5 x 410 x )=5 x ( x 32 )
So we are left with th
Matt Haber
June 2, 2014
Seminar 3 Worked Out Homework
5.1
3
2
17 x +450 x 6392 x+14764
103 a) 18 x 3+ 923 x 29603 x + 48446
b) X=14
3
=
35 x 3 +1373 x215995 x +63210
2
35 ( 14 ) + 1373 ( 14 ) 15995 ( 14 ) +63210
=
35 ( 2744 )+ 1373 ( 196 )223930+63210 =
9
Matt Haber
May 31, 2014
Seminar 3 Application Activity
For this assignment, we were asked to pick out 3 cell phone carriers and compare charges based
on minutes used. Among the nationwide contract carriers, the options for plans that are not unlimited
whe
Matt Haber
June 13, 2014
Seminar 5 Application Activity
1.) For this, Ill identify different variables of the pools border.
x = Pool Length
y = Pool Width
z = Border Width
In order to find the area of the border for the pool, we would need an equation tha
Matt Haber
May 26, 2014
Seminar 2 Worked Out Homework
4.1
y=4 x y =2 x +10
53.
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
a.) Intersection is (5,20)
b.) The price for 5 classes is the same for members and nonmembers ($20).
4.2
1. x + y = 4
Y = 3x
x + (3x) = 4
4x = 4
Matt Haber
June 11, 2014
Seminar 5 Worked Out Homework
7.1
85a.)
x=40
130 ( 40 ) 5200
=
=86.67 million dollars
10040
60
x=80
130 ( 80 ) 10400
=
=520 million dollars
10080
20
x=90
130 ( 90 ) 11700
=
=1170 million dollars
10090
10
b.) 100 is the value for x
Matt Haber
May 24, 2014
Seminar 2 Journal
For the seminar 1 quiz, I received a 28/30. I am definitely OK with this grade. I went back to
review what I missed and realized that they were silly errors that typically happen with math. I didnt
really do anyth
MTH109 College Mathematics II
Probability Project (40 points)
Name_
PART 1:
The following table shows the number of marriages in Michigan in 2010 broken down by age
groups and gender ( http:/www.mdch.state.mi.us/pha/osr/marriage/tab3.2.asp ):
AGE at the t
SPK401A
Assignment Summary
The instructor reserves the right to make changes to the tentative calendar throughout
the quarter.
Week One
Assignment/Assessment
Due
Week Two
Points
Due
This Week
Week Four
Week Five
Points
100
Due
Points
Week Four
Assignment/
Exponential Function Project
In 2009, the number of alcohol-related fatalities accounted for 12,744 deaths throughout the
United States. During that year, 51% (114/223) of all Connecticuts fatal automobile accidents
involved an intoxicated driver. Because
1
Running Head: HOUSE PROJECT PART 2
Professor Betsy Mccall
Mth 108
Baker College
Dixie La Rue
January 14th, 2016
2
HOUSE PROJECT PART 2
House Project Part 2
Finding a house:
1.) What makes a house a home? What is important to you and your family when
sel
Baker Online Mathematics Center
Assistance Request Form
-Student Name: Dixie La Rue
-Baker Email Address (Communication is only via Baker Email Address): dlarue01@baker.edu
-Student UIN: 10728491
-Course: mth 108
-Instructors Name: Professor Talton
Are yo
Statistics III Project.
1
Education and higher education are essential to surviving and thriving in the modern world.
As different firms across the board are seeking ever more qualified and educated candidates to
fill slots, several questions could be ask
Home Project: Section IV
1
Home Project: Section IV
2
QUESTIONS:
For this type of linear model, what would the y-intercept value represent?
Y intercept value is b, or down payment.
For this type of linear model, what would the slope value represent?
The s
Home Project: Section V
1
Home Project: Section V
2
Use your linear equations in part IV. After the loan is paid off, how much will you have paid
to the bank for your home? Show your work.
For the 30-year fixed mortgage
y= 1511.96(360) + 84,155.5
1511.96*
MTH109 College Mathematics II
Name_
Probability Project (40 points)
PART 1:
The following table shows the number of marriages in Michigan in 2010 broken down by
age groups and gender ( http:/www.mdch.state.mi.us/pha/osr/marriage/tab3.2.asp ):
AGE at the t
July 8,2016
Seminar 3 worked out problems
Kyle Hughes
1
11.1
105- T=2 years, P=$2000, A=$2880
A= P(1+r)^T
2880=2000(1+r)^2
Divide by 2000
1.44= (1+r)^2
1+r=1.2
Subtract 1 from both sides
R= 0.2 or for the investment, the annual interest rate is r=20%
107-
Math 111 Writing Assignment
Writing assignments should be completed in essay form in APA format.
The point breakdown for this assignment is as follows:
Your detailed answers, opinions, reflections, examples, research, etc.
Spelling, grammar, writing mecha
BAKER COLLEGE OF ALLEN PARK
MTH 111 - SYLLABUS
Introductory Algebra
Course Section: 00705
SPRING 2016
Credit Hours: 04
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Introduces elements of algebra including real numbers, linear graphing, variable expressions, linear equations, poly
Math 111 Writing Assignment
Writing assignments should be completed in essay form in APA format.
The point breakdown for this assignment is as follows:
Your detailed answers, opinions, reflections, examples, research, etc.
Spelling, grammar, writing mecha
Math 111 Writing Assignment
Writing assignments should be completed in essay form in APA format.
The point breakdown for this assignment is as follows:
Your detailed answers, opinions, reflections, examples, research, etc.
Spelling, grammar, writing mecha