5.1 Problem 84
Find the inverse of the given one-to-one function f. Give the domain and the range off and of f 1, and then graph
both f and f1 on the same set of axes.
f(x)-1 =
x
-8
-1
0
1
8
y
-3
-2
-1
0
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-3
-2
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Domain of f(x) and f
To get started with this assignment, write your goal statement. In one paragraph, describe your academic
goal(s). Then, in another paragraph, write about your career goal(s). Make sure each paragraph includes
answers to the following questions:
What is/ar
Module 3 LASA Template
How to use this Template:
Please do not remove or delete anything from this template.
Where you see the words Please show your work here please show all calculations and
explanations that helped you to reach your final answer.
Where
PROBLEM: Emily is a travelling representative for Star Communications. She is stationed out of the
company home office in Denver, Colorado. Over the next two(2) weeks Emily has meetings with possible
clients in Ogden, Utah, Las Vegas, Nevada, Tuscon, Ariz
In the 1950s the average personal debt was less than $2000. (Mulligan, September 2012). To
most of us that is an astoundingly low figure. I would be willing to bet nearly every student in this class
has more than double that amount in student loans per se
Credit card debt is a reality for many in todays world. Suppose that you had a $5,270.00 balance on a
credit card with an annual percentage rate (APR) of 15.53 percent. Consider the following questions and
prepare a report based upon your conclusions. Thi
The U.S. Census Bureau estimates the total population of the state of California to be 39,250,017
as of July 1st, 2016. This makes California the most populated state in the country. The population change
for this state expressed as a percentage is 5.4%.
Running head: CREDIT CARD DEBT
1
Analysis of Credit Card Debt
Anita M. Cline
Argosy University
MAT109/BLB
Faculty: Dustin Winfree
CREDIT CARD DEBT
2
Analysis of Credit Card Debt
With the average credit card debt in the US increasing by over 11 percent ove
3.1 simplify, write answers in form a+bi where a and b are real numbers
18.) (-5, -i) + (6+2i)
Answer : 1+i
-First I added the real parts (-5+6)=1
Then I added the imaginary parts (-i+2i)=1i
To get 1+i
-I had a little difficulty understanding imaginary nu
Discussion 2 questions
3.1 #40 (1 2i) (1 + 3i)
I took the equation and I applied the complex arithmetic rule. After applying the rule I got the answer of
7+i
3.2 #32
I took the equation and I subtracted 10x on both sides. Which left me with -8x=22. Then I
Vonetta Williams M3A1
5.1 Exercise Set #59
In Exercises 4560, for each function:
a) Determine whether it is one-to-one.
b) If the function is one-to-one, find a formula for the inverse.
f(x)=x+1
5.2 Exercise Set #27
Sketch the graph of the function. Descr
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1.4 Exercise Set #50
Write a slopeintercept equation for a line passing through the given point that is parallel
to the given line. Then write a second equation for a line passing through the given point
that is perpendicular to the
HOMEWORK CHAPTER 4:
IN ADDITION TO THE EXERCISES ALREADY ASSIGNED IN
CLASS, DO THE FOLLOWING PROBLEMS FROM THE BOOK
ARITHMETIC AND ALGEBRA BY IMMERGUT &SMITH
P93: EX4.1.1: ALL
P95: EX 4.2.1: ODDS
P99: EX 4.2.2: ALL
P100: EX 4.2.3: ODDS
P104: EX 4.3.1: OD
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HOMEWORK CHAPTER 1:
IN ADDITION TO THE EXERCISES ALREADY
ASSIGNED IN CLASS, DO THE FOLLOWING
PROBLEMS FROM THE BOOK ARITHMETIC AND
ALGEBRA BY IMMERGUT &SMITH
P7: EX1.2.2: ALL
P12: EX 1.2.5: ODDS
P14: EX 1.2.6: ALL
P16: EX 1.2.7: ODDS
P18: EX 1.2.8: ODDS
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HOMEWORK CHAPTER 3:
IN ADDITION TO THE EXERCISES ALREADY ASSIGNED
IN CLASS, DO THE FOLLOWING PROBLEMS FROM
THE BOOK ARITHMETIC AND ALGEBRA BY
IMMERGUT &SMITH
P64: EX3.1.1: ALL
P66: EX 3.1.2: ALL
P67: EX 3.1.3: ODDS
P69: EX 3.2.1: ODDS
P71: EX 3.2.2: ODDS
HOMEWORK CHAPTER 2:
IN ADDITION TO THE EXERCISES ALREADY ASSIGNED
IN CLASS, DO THE FOLLOWING PROBLEMS FROM
THE BOOK ARITHMETIC AND ALGEBRA BY
IMMERGUT &SMITH
P40: EX2.1.1: ALL
P42: EX 2.2.1: ODDS
P43: EX 2.2.2: ODDS
P44: EX 2.2.3: ODDS
P46: EX 2.2.5: ODDS
HOMEWORK CHAPTER 1:
IN ADDITION TO THE EXERCISES ALREADY
ASSIGNED IN CLASS, DO THE FOLLOWING
PROBLEMS FROM THE BOOK ARITHMETIC AND
ALGEBRA BY IMMERGUT &SMITH
P7: EX1.2.2: ALL
P12: EX 1.2.5: ODDS
P14: EX 1.2.6: ALL
P16: EX 1.2.7: ODDS
P18: EX 1.2.8: ODDS
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Assignment 2: Unhealthy Lunch
Joann Travers
Argosy University Online
Introduction
The Food & Drug Administration (FDA ) is an agency within the U.S Department of health and
Human Services. It consists of the office of the commissioner and four directorate
Hello everyone
When we refer to percent we are really saying per 100. A simple example is as follows:
If only 20 of 200 Apples are bad, what percent is that?
As a fraction, 20/200 = 0.10 or 0.1
As a percentage it is : 20/200 x 100
= 10%
Thus 10% of the ap
SlopeInterceptRummy
The concept addressed in this set of cards is to relate the slope-intercept form of an
equation of a line with its graph by recognizing how the values of m and b affect
the graph.
Activity 1: Remove all the slope-intercept form linear
8.1 Problem 22
Predict the general term, or nth term, an, of the sequence. Answers may vary.
2, 3, 8, 13, 18,
a(n)=2n or an=2n
an=a1+d(n-1)
d= common difference
d=5
adding 5 to the previous term in the sequence gives the next term
an= -2 + 5(n-1)
substitu
6.1 Problem 27
Solve using the substitution method.
x+ 2y= 2;
4x +4y= 5
x+2y =2
x= 2-2y
4x+4y= 5
solve for x
4(2-2y)+4y=5
substitute x
8-8y+4y= 5
remove parenthesis and multiply
8-4y=5
collect like terms and simplify
-4y= -3
subtract 8 from both sides
4y=
R.4 Problem 50
Write a slope-intercept equation for a line with the following characteristics.
m= -2/3 , y-intercept (0, 4)
y- (-4)= -2/3 [x-0]
point-slope formula
y+4= -2/3x [-2/3(-0)]
put in x,y points
y+4=-2/3x+0
simplify
y+4-4=-2/3x+0-4
subtract 4 fro
5.1 Problem 22
Given the function f, prove that f is one-to-one using the definition of a oneto-one function on p. 314.
g(x)= 3x+1
g (3) = 3(3) +1
g (-3) = 3(-3) +1
g (3) = 3(9) +1
g (-3) = 3(9) +1
g (3) = 27+1
g (-3) = 27+1
g (3) =28
g (-3) =28
When f is