Columbia Southern University
You know how you are sitting at work chatting with a co-worker and they say some
things that make you wonder about their situation? Well that happened to me, a former friend of
mine had gotten me a job a
Explain the difference between simple interest and compound interest. Provide an example
of when you would use simple interest and compound interest concepts in real life.
Compound interest, is interest that is paid on principal plus all previously earned
This course discussed a variety of concepts and formulas to include interest, area, counting,
probability, and statistical formulas. Select one formula that was introduced in Units IVII,
and explain how or why that formula would be used in a real-life sit
How is the decimal expansion of an irrational number different from that of a rational
The difference between the decimal expansions of an irrational number from a rational number is
that an irrational numbers have decimal expansions that never te
A. Find the number of square feet in a square meter? Explain how you found your answer.
1 meter = 3.28 ft. To find the square feet in a square meter, I first need to find how many feet are
in a meter. Once I found out how many feet are in a meter, I then
Go to the website Box Office Mojo by searching for the following
URL: http:/boxofficemojo.com. This site provides the top grossing movies of all time.
Click on "All Time" on the left side of the screen. Click on "Domestic." Click on the
"year" column to o
Cystic fibrosis is a serious inherited lung disorder that often causes death in victims during
early childhood. Because the gene for this disease is recessive, two apparently healthy
adults called carriers can have a child with the disease. We will denote
This question is a three-part problem. Please answer ALL questions to receive credit.
A. A computer interface for a Kawai digital studio piano has eight microswitches that can
be set in either the "on" or "off" position. These switches must be set properl
Explain how counting numbers, integers, and rational numbers are used in everyday life.
Then, describe a situation in which you used counting numbers, integers, or rational
numbers to perform a task or solve a problem.
Counting numbers, or natural numbers
Math 104 Final Exam Review
Find all six trigonometric functions of if (3, 7) is on the terminal side of .
Find cos and sin if the terminal side of lies along the line y = 2 x in
Find the remaining trigonometric functions of if csc =
Answers to Math 102 Final Exam Review
a. (i) 3, (ii) -2 (iii) [-2,6], (iv) [-5, 3], (v) -1
b. (i) 7, (ii) [-5,6], (iii) 3 , (iv) [-5, -1] [3.2, 6] , (v)
1. Identifyingpropertiesoflinearfunctions Section 4.1
Example: If f ( x ) = - 32 x +2,
a. Determinetheslopeandyinterceptof f.
b. Usetheslopeandyintercepttograph f.
c. Determinetheaveragerateof changeof fontheinterval .3, 49
1. Graphingpolynomialfunctions Section 5.1
Example: Let f ( x) = ( x - 2) 2( x - 3)( x +1).
Answers:a. xintercepts: ( 2, 0), ( 3, 0), ( -
1. Findingcompositefunctionsandtheirdomains Section 6.1
Example: For f ( x)=
and g ( x)=
,find ( f og )( x)anditsdomain.
Answer: ( f og )( x)=
,domain= cfw_ x x 53 , 2
3 x - 5
2. Findinginversefunctions Section
Math 102 Final Exam Review
f ( x +h)f (x)
for each of the following functions. Simplify your answers.
a) f ( x )=x 4 x+ 5
d) f ( x )= x
c f ( x ) =3 x 2 x+ 1
2. Find the domain of each of the following functions.
a f ( x )= 3
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Weighted average cost of capital) The target capital structure for Jowers Manufacturing is 52
percent common stock, 12 percent preferred stock, and 36 percent debt. If the cost of
common equity for the firm is 20.8 percent, the cost of preferred stock is
1. Short Answer Problems
 (a) State the three elementary row operations.
(1) Multiply a row by a non-zero scalar.
(2) Add a multiple of one row to another.
(3) Swap two rows.
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University of Waterloo
Faculty of Mathematics
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Math 136 Midterm Exam
(1) No aids allowed.
(2) Should you require additional space for your solution, use the backside of the previous page
Given the information in Figure 3.EX3 (Kendall & Kendall, page 99), make a PERT diagram
for her and identify the critical path.
Critical Path is : A-D-F-G-H-I (18 weeks)
University of California, Irvine
Statistics 67 - Winter Quarter 2016 SAMPLE FINAL EXAM
UCI Student ID Number:
Instructions. Closed book, closed notes. Standard normal table and one formula sheet allowed.
Calculator (with no integration function) all
1. Suppose there are two consumers, A and B.
The utility functions of each consumer are given by:
UA(X,Y) = X*Y
UB(X,Y) = X*Y3
For consumer A: MUX = Y; MUY = X
For consumer B: MUX = Y3; MUY = 3XY2
The initial endowments are:
A: X = 6; Y = 7
Term Test 1 Solutions
1. Short Answer Problems
 a) State the definition of a subspace of Rn .
Solution: A non-empty subset S of Rn is a subspace of Rn if it satisfies all ten properties
of addition and scalar multiplication of vectors in Rn .
Discussion One - At least 200 words - Cite all sources used in APA format.
Youth are being sent certain messages regarding gender roles and sexuality through the
internet and social media. Provide examples of some positive and/or negative examples.
There have been great and many debates on whether global warming is real or a hoax. The
scientific understanding of global warming is increasing day by day. From the various aspects of
scientific evidence, it can be seen that the climate sy