Western Michigan University
Math 1160 Finite Mathematics
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Syllabus
Fall 2013
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Math 1160 Section 5.6 Homework Answer Key
4a. C(12, 4) = 495 4b. C(8, 4) = 70 4c. C(8, 2) x C(4, 2) = 168 Multiply because both must be true (2 red balls AND 2 white balls) 4d. C(8, 3) x C(4, 1) + C(8, 4) x C(4, 0) = 294 (3 red balls AND 1white bal
Math 1160 Section 6.6 Answer Key
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Draw the tree diagram. Add the probabilities of the branches that end with a red ball.
The probabilities of the different branches are as follows: Pr(white ball, white ball) = 1/3 Pr(white ball, red ball)
Math 1160 Section 6.4 Answer Key
8. Sample Space = 11 balls 6 White and 5 Red Sample Size = 4 balls selected at random Event = 2 white balls and 2 red balls C(6,2) x C(5,2) = 15 x 10 = C(11,4) 330 150 = 5 330 11
11. This is set up the same as the n
Math 1160 Section 6.3 Answer Key
4. 6/50 = 3/25 = .12 or 12% 6a. 3/9 = 1/3 6b. 5/9 6c. 6/9 = 2/3 8a. 8b. 8c. 8d. No (do not add up to 1) No (can not have a negative probability) No (do not add up to 1 and can not have a probability of 2) Yes (the pr
Math 1160 Section 10.2 Answer Key
2a. i = .005 or .5% n = 240 R = $520 P = $72582 2b. i = .02 or 2% n = 20 R = $700 P = $11446 4. $626.02 (outflow of cash to you) N = 14 I% = 2 PV = 0 PMT = ? FV = 10000 6. $7360.09 (outflow of cash to you) N = 10 I
Math 1160 Section 2.6 Answer Key
1. $.20 20 cents of energy is required to produce $1 worth of manufactured goods. 2. $.15 15 cents of energy is required to produce $1 worth of services. 3. The energy sector uses the greatest amount of services in o
Math 1160 - Section 5.4 Answer Key
2. 2 x 3 = 6 outfits 4. 26 x 25 = 650 words 8. 26 x 26 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 = 6,760,000 license plates 10. 4 x 3 x 2 x 1 = 24 ways 11. 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 26 = 64 sequences 19. 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 25 = 32 ways 20
Math 1160 Section 1.2 Answer Key
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12. y > 1/2x + 1 16. Yes. Plug the coordinates of the point into the inequality. 24. Cross out the points below the line. The solutions are on and above the line (>). 26. Cross out the points above the line. Th
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Western Michigan University
Math 1160 Finite Mathematics
Lecture / Recitation Sections
Syllabus
Spring 2016
Lecturer/Coordinator Information
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Math 1160 Section 5.1 Answer Key
2a. 2b. 2c. 2d. { 4, 5 } { 1, 2, 3, 5 } or { } {5} 4a. 4b. 4c. 4d. { a, b } {a} { a, c } { a, b, c }
8a. {All corporations with headquarters NOT in New York City} 8b. {All publicly-owned corporations} OR {All not p
Math 1160 Section 3.2 Answer Key
8. The objective function is maximized at (0, 0). 12. The objective function is minimized at (6, 0). 14. The vertices of the feasible set are: (0, 15), (5, 8), (10, 4), (20, 0) The objective function is maximized (1
Math 1160 - Section 5.3 Answer Key
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Math 1160 Section 1.3 Answer Key
2. x = 5, y = 0 10. x = 8 y = -2 16. Point A = (0, 14) Point B = (4, 6) Point C = (6, 3) Point D = (12, 0) *Remember, the equation of the line for the x-axis is y =0. The equation of the line for the y-axis is x = 0.
Math 1160 Section 2.4 Answer Key
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1 - 1 6. 0 2
.8 .6 x 2 14. x y = 1 .2 .4 x .8 .6 -1 2 y = .2 .4 x 1 2 2 - 3 x y = - 1 4 x 1 1 x y = 2
s x 1 / 3 1 / 4 16a. x y = w 2 / 3 3 / 4
Math 1160 Section 2.2 Answer Key
10. No solution (2nd row of matrix becomes the equation 0 = 1) 1 - 2 - 3 0 0 1 12. Infinite Number of Solutions x = 6y + 12 y = any value
16. Infinite Number of Solutions x = 3y + 2 y = any value z=4 18. No soluti
Math 1160 Section 10.1 Answer Key
2a. i = .06 or 6% n = 3 2b. i = .005 or .5% n = 54 2c. i = .0225 or 2.25% n = 15 4a. i = .000865 or .0865% n = 52 P = $7170.12 F = $7500 4b. i = .005 or .5% n = 360 P = $3000 F = $18,067.73 4c. i = .02 or 2% n = 152
Math 1160 - Section 11.3 Answer Key
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Montonic a, b, d, f, h Increasing a, b, d Unbounded b, d, e, f Constant - g Repelled from y = b/(1-a) b, d, e, f Decreasing f, h Absolute value of a < 1 a, c, h a < 0 c, e
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Executive Summary Statement
The problem that presents itself in this situation is meeting your companys order in such
a way to minimize the overall total cost of production. In the following mathema
To: Chuck Palanca
From: Lance DeJohnette
Date: October 23, 2016
Case Study Chapter #1
1. What are the key leadership issues at Samsung?
$4 billion or more in recall expenses and lost sales, analysts estimate, enough to wipe out
an entire quarter of mobile
To: Chuck Palanca
From: Lance J. DeJohnette
Date: November 30th, 2016
Re: Current Event 7
Current Event 7
1. What steps has Amazon management taken to manage its costs and incentivize
efficiency in its supply chain? Steps Amazon management has taken to ma
Lance J. DeJohnette
10/17/2016
Current Event 3
"How Google's Bicycle-Riding Internet Tutors are Getting Rural Women Online"
1. Why is Google investing in efforts to get more people in India to gain access to the web?
By giving people who have never sent
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Annotated Bibliography
Chris Provis (2000). Ethics, Deception and Labor Negotiation, Journal of Business
Ethics, Vol. 28, pp. 145-158 (Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands). -